Marco Sedlar scored his first two Quebec Major Junior Hockey League goals Saturday as the Charlottetown Islanders defeated the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 5-4 in a shootout.
The 18-year-old right-winger from Germany had the first two goals of the game as the Islanders led 2-0 after 20 minutes in Rouyn-Noranda.
Despite being outshot 19-6 in the second period, Charlottetown led 3-1 going to the third.
The Huskies tied it midway through the final stanza. Islanders rookie Daniel Sprong gave his team the lead back 31 seconds later with his fifth goal of the season.
Jean-Sebastien Dea tied in on the power play with 52 seconds to go in the third period.
Marcus Power and Francis Perron had a goal and an assist and Steven Mercier a goal for the home team. Jeremy Lauzon, Jason Fuchs and Dea had helpers.
Islanders rookies Alexandre Goulet had a goal and an assist. Veteran winger Jack Nevins had two helpers while Deverick Ottereyes, Ryan Graves and Anthony Cortese one.
Charlottetown was outshot 45-25.
Antoine Bibeau made 41 saves for Charlottetown while Carl Hozjan stopped 21 shots.
It was a feisty game with five fights. Dropping the mitts for Charlottetown were Kameron Kielly, Cole Hutchinson, Nevins, Graves and Zach Beaton.
Charlottetown improves to 7-1-0-1 while Rouyn-Noranda is 4-3-1-1.
The Islanders return home after a 2-1 road trip to host Cape Breton Friday at 7 p.m. at Eastlink Centre before travelling to Saint John, N.B., Sunday to play the Sea Dogs at 3 p.m.