The Remparts are doing well

The Remparts are doing well


Théo Rochette brought a sigh of relief to the Quebec Remparts camp by scoring in overtime against the Gatineau Olympiques. Dominant throughout the game, the Red Devils resisted the comeback of the local team to win 3 to 2 on Saturday night at the Slush Puppie Centre. 

The captain of the Remparts did not take time before striking in extra time. With Cole Cormier in the dungeon for an obstruction penalty, Rochette delivered his team with his first goal of the season.

After Pier-Olivier Roy made it 2-0 for the visitors in the start of the third period, the Olympiques came back from behind. Antoine Michaud was the first to beat William Rousseau, then Cormier tied the game with 71 seconds to go.


Rousseau, author of 26 saves, nevertheless signed a good performance in front of his goal, depriving Gatineau of any joy for more than 50 minutes. He made a real flight in front of Isaac Belliveau at the start of the second period. Tristan Luneau joined the defender in the crease and the latter attempted a shot while turning around. Rousseau, however, was on the lookout and pulled out the mitt.

Even the employee assigned to the lights of the amphitheater was deceived, activating the strobe behind the net as if there had been a goal.< /p>

Remparts forward Nathan Gaucher scored on his return from training camp with the Anaheim Ducks. The 18-year-old forward made a good impression there by collecting an assist in the preseason game.

Luneau is another who left his calling card in Anaheim, he who had amassed a goal and an assist in an exhibition game against the Arizona Coyotes.

Going back to Gaucher, his snap in front of the Olympiques net deflected off Charles-Antoine Pilote before passing behind Emerik Despatie . The Gatineau goalie blocked 27 pucks in the loss.