La Tuque gives Trois-Rivières a win


The Loups de La Tuque had not yet been broadcast to the world at the Jean-Guy Talbot Colosseum with 2,800 fans, meaning the Lions de Trois-Rivières were playing during the same time. They are coming off a 6-3 win to read the series 2-1 orders.

Louis-Patrice Giguère had come into contact with Marquant in the 6th minute of the game as one of his teammates was looking for the win. Puis quelque dix minute plus tard, Jean-Simon Bélanger doubles the advanced Latuquoise and towers over this number. Three Rivières rooms with private bathrooms before departure by Pier-Olivier Lacombe.

Julien Houle, a regular in the elimination series, made his debut in the middle half with two advances ahead of Loups. La Tuque dominated this period of outrage and was eventually joined by a Frédéric Piché in great form (17 recordings).

Trois-Rivières experienced three periods of indiscipline on her debut, which allowed Bélanger to retaliate to end the fight against three days.

Alexis Millette gloated over the partisans for 9 minutes arguing at the encounter, but the Loups responded with two other people. Julien Houle was the second son, but at the meeting he was ahead of Cédric Dubé.

Nathan Baribeau was on top at the end of the game, but the Climatization Cloutier guy had been there for years.

The two teams returned to La Tuque on September 20th to compete in the fourth duel of this final 4th and 7th season.