(Three Rivers) Cataractes took advantage of their visit to Val-d'Or last night to record the 1400th victory of the organization. And the men of Eric Veilleux did not do things by half, doubling the Drillers 6-3 to line up sixth straight gain.
"Apart from a second release, it was a good game with good chances to score for us. Secondly, it was mental mistakes, there were a couple of sleeping! But I liked our way back in third, "Veilleux testified.
Benjamin Casavant led the winners with an attack of producing a goal and two assists. Dave Labrecque has meanwhile offered a net and an assist for his birthday, while Justin Haché found the back of the net for the second time in 24 hours, he who had taken the bus to the Abitibi no purpose to his record.
"He plays with confidence since his return from the World Under 17 years. He takes good shots on net, it also benefits because it is used more. We knew it was only a matter of time for him. "
Furthermore Casavant, Labrecque and Hache, Peter Sakaris, Loïc Poudrier and Yannick Veilleux also blackened the score sheet in the court visitors, while their teammate Gabriel Girard stopped 36 pucks at the other end of the rink.
Cataracts, who returned this morning in Shawinigan, will now prepare to face the Drummondville Voltigeurs on Sunday afternoon.
Stationed in the eighth place overall, the crew of Veilleux lagging five points on their sworn enemies and they have two games in hand.
The Voltigeurs were installed for their part in the fourth row, like what the ranking is extremely tight between positions 4-8.