The Panthères feast on opponents


Grégoire. Boles leads his team in scoring, with a whopping 15 goals. The third period saw the Panthères dee- pen their 3-1 lead. Renaud scored his second goal of the game and his eight goal of the season, assisted by Roy and Tyler Cayen. “We played solid defensively and added a powerplay goal in the third to seal the 4-1 win,” said Campbell. The Panthères obliterate the Lions The Panthères then faced theMorrisburg Lions on November 22, at the Morrisburg arena.The Lions’ already struggling statistics, two wins and 14 losses, were made even grimmer, losing the game 10 to 3. TheMorrisburg teamopened up the sco- ring threeminutes into the first period, with an unassisted goal by Chris Spencer. The Panthères retaliated with a goal by Renaud, assisted by Ennis, with two minutes left in the period. But the visiting teampushed on, scoring one last goal before the buzzer ended the first period. Grégoire beat Lions goalten- der Kieran Weir, three seconds remaining. He was assisted by Tyler Jodoin. The Lions scored first in the second pe- riod, Justin Rousseau finding the back of the net, with the help of EvanNullen and Jordan Snail. Yet the home team’s defence seemed to have collapsed, as the Panthères’ scored five goals. Justin Raymond, Jacob Marley and Daniel Cogan all scored, with Renaud beating the opponent’s goaltender twice. The third period cemented the visiting team’s win, with Ennis adding one more

goal to his statistics and Adam Fillion sco- ring twice. The Panthères will face the NorthDundas

Rockets on November 27 at the Embrun arena and the Gatineau-Hull Volant, on November 29, at the Robert Guertin Arena.

The Embrun Panthères decided to lunch on the Aigles and Lions. The home team’s offense outscored the St-Isidore Aigles 4-1, on November 20, at the Embrun arena. Less than twominutes in the first period, the Panthères’ offense overwhelmed the vi- siting Aigles. Captain Shawn Ennis recorded his fifth goal of the season, assisted by Josh Renaud and Tyler Cayen. “It’s always hard-fought, tight hockey games when playing St-Isidore as they are a fast, hard working team,” explained Embrun coach and general manager Jay Campbell. “We got off to a great start, scoring less than 2minutes in. We controlled the play for most of the period, outshooting St-Isidore 23-6.” Yet the home team wasn’t done preying on their rival. With 5:27 remaining in the first period, Renaud managed to squeeze the puck behind St-Isidore goaltender Mi- guel Laroche. It was assisted by Ennis and Sébastien Roy. The Aigles tried soaring high early in the second period, when Mandel Jean-Louis beat Panthers goalie Dana Polex, 7:42 into the half. It was the assistant captain’s se- venth goal of the season and was assisted by Pascal Larocque. The Panthères quickly responded with their own goal, with 8:07 left in the period. Scored by Nathan Boles, it was assisted by Cody Lavictoire and Julien

VÉRONIQUE CHARRON Les Vikings enchaînent les victoires Collette (Brett Faber et Mantha) et Faber (Jérémie Lefebvre) ont aussi marqué lors du match.

C’est une belle saison pour les Vikings qui accumulent les victoires, eux qui n’ont perdu que trois matchs cette saison. Lors de leurs matchs du 19 et 22 novembre, ils ont vaincu les Rebels de Char-Lan 7 à 6 et les Aeros d’Athens par la marque de 6 à 3. Les Vikings sont sur une lancée qui ne semble pas prête de se terminer, alors qu’ils ont remporté leurs 11 derniers matchs. Sébastien Plante a ouvert la marque contre les Rebels, et ce, deux fois plutôt qu’une, alors qu’il a compté les deux pre- miers buts du match. L’équipe était alors en supériorité numérique. Il a été aidé de Carl Faucher, Oliver Castleman ainsi que de Matt Clément et Reilly Tondreau. Oliver Castleman, avec les passes d’Harri- sonWood et de Cameron Gallant, a fait le troisième point pour son équipe. EvanMantha (Castleman et Wood), Kyle

Matt Clément, lors d’un avantage nu- mérique, a permis à son équipe de repartir avec la victoire en marquant le 7e but de la partie, aidé de Carl Faucher et Maxime Choquette. Cette même semaine, les Vikings ont aussi affronté les Aeros d’Athens. Sébastien Plante s’est encore une fois démarqué, alors qu’il est à l’origine de quatre des six buts marqués par son équipe. Il a été aidé de Choquette, Faucher et Castleman. Oli- ver Castleman (Wood et Sean David) et Brett Faber (Clément et Castleman) ont compté les deux autres points pour leur équipe. Le prochainmatch des Vikings aura lieu le 26 novembre à l’aréna J.R Brisson. Ils y affronteront les Timberwolves de Renfrew. Ils se dirigeront ensuite du côté de West- port, où ils disputeront un match contre les Rideaus à l’Aréna de Westport.

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