Olympiques dump Rocket in QMJHL action

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P.E.I. Rocket

The Gatineau Olympiques grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first period and went on to a 4-2 win over the P.E.I. Rocket in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Friday night at the Civic Centre.

Alex Pepin and Matthew Bursey scored for the Rocket (24-16-2), who trailed 3-1 after two periods and was outshot 37-27.

Taylor Burke, with two goals, Tomas Hyka and Simon Tardif-Richard scored for the Olympiques (17-21-1-2).

The Rocket outshot its opponents 37-27.

Antoine Bibeau was in goal for P.E.I. while Robert Steeves was the Gatineau netminder.


The Rocket is at Halifax tonight.

Organizations: Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

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  • west fan
    January 12, 2013 - 16:28

    Went to the rocket last night. I traveled from west of summerside to watch this game. Well i certainly know 2 reasons why the attendace is down. When we arrived at 6:20pm there was no parking and no one looking after the parking lot.. There was 2 large tour buses parked sideways taking up 20 plus spots so we had to park 2 blocks down from the rink,(NO PARKING) When we walked in at 6:32pm the line up was from one end of the rink to the other and only 3 tellers open. We stood in the lineup and only got into the rink with 9 minutes remaining in the 1st.. Gate 3 was closed so we had to walked back and forth twice to get to our setas. NOT IMPRESSED and will likely not return again after this experience.