Islanders lose 6-3 to Quebec
Anthony Duclair scored three straight third-period goals to lead the Quebec Remparts to a come-from-behind 6-3 victory Saturday over the Charlottetown Islanders.
The Islanders were leading 3-1 before Duclair, a New York Rangers draft pick, scored his first of the night three minutes into the third. He tallied power-play markers at 13:08 and 17:16 to give the host Remparts the lead.
Nick Sorensen and Duclair scored empty-net goals in the final 1:16 to seal the victory. Duclair now has 14 goals on the season.
Kurt Etchegary also scored for Quebe while Ryan Culkin had three assists.
Matej Beran scored two the Islanders and Alexis Pépin one. Alexandre Goulet, Bradley Kennedy, Yan-Pavel Laplante and Deverick Ottereyes had assists.
Francois Brassard made 25 saves for the win, while Antoine Bibeau had 30 saves in the loss.
The teams played a scoreless first period while Charlottetown took a 2-1 lead to the third period.
The Islanders (10-4-0-1) play Rimouski (8-5-1-2) Sunday at 5 p.m. Atlantic.
In Halifax Saturday night, Islanders Brent Andrews and Darcy Ashley each scored as the host Mooseheads defeated the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 4-3.
Ashley, who was named the first star, had the game-winning goal and an assist on the night.