DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. -- Once the Drummondville Voltigeurs started scoring they couldn't stop.
Jerome Verrier's power-play goal in the second period kicked off a six-goal scoring run by Drummondville in a 7-2 victory over the Val-d'Or Foreurs on Saturday.
Verrier scored twice for the Voltigeurs (2-0-0), while Mitch Graham, Georgs Golovkovs, Alexandre Roy, Cameron Askew and Giovanni Fiore also scored.
Pierre-Maxime Poudrier and Guillaume Gelinas replied for Val-d'Or (0-2-0).
Drummondville goaltender Joe Fleschler made just 16 saves for the win, while at the other end Keven Bouchard allowed all seven goals on 31 shots.
Oceanic 4 Drakkar 3 (SO)
BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Left-winger Anthony DeLuca had two power-play goals and an assist, and Alexis Loiseau set up a pair of goals and had the only goal in the shootout for Rimouski.
Samuel Laberge also scored for the Oceanic (2-0-0).
Julien Lepage, Alexander Ranger and Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau replied for the Drakkar.
Olivier Tremblay was busy in the Rimouski net making 44 saves, including 19 in the opening period. Philippe Cadorette made 24 saves for Baie-Comeau (0-1-1).
Armada 2 Huskies 1 (OT)
BLAINVILLE, Que. -- Christopher Clapperton scored a power-play goal 4:38 into overtime to lift the Armada.
Maxime St-Cyr opened the scoring for the Huskies, and Danick Martel tied it for Blainville-Boisband (2-0-0) with a short-handed goal nine seconds into the third period.
Carl Hozjan made 38 saves, including 19 in the second period, for Rouyn-Noranda (0-1-1).
Armada goalie Guillaume Decelles stopped 27 shots.
Islanders 3, Screaming Eagles 2 (SO)
CHARLOTTETOWN -- Bradley Kennedy scored the only goal in the shootout as the Islanders won their second straight game to start the season.
Matthew Bursey, with a short-handed goal, and Anthony Cortese scored in regulation for Charlottetown (2-0-0).
Jason Bell opened the scoring for Cape Breton (0-1-1) 2:58 into the first on a power-play, while Julien Pelletier also scored.
Islanders goaltender Antoine Bibeau made 39 saves in regulation and stopped all four shooters in the shootout, while at the other end Maxime Lagace stopped 30 shots for the Screaming Eagles.