CHARLOTTETTOWN, P.E.I. - Olivier Archambault scored three times and added an assist as the Quebec Remparts doubled up the host Charlottetown Islanders 6-3 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Nick Sorensen also had a hat trick for the Remparts (17-10-6), who have won back-to-back contests, and Adam Erne had three assists. Ryan Culkin and Anthony Duclair each chipped in with two assists. Daniel Sprong, Alexandre Goulet and Yan Pavel LaPlante scored for the Islanders (13-15-4), who are winless in seven contests. Ryan graves had two assists. Quebecs Callum Booth made 31 saves for the win as Antoine Bibeau stopped 29 shots for the Charlottetown. The Remparts went 2 for 4 on the power play while the Islanders scored once on five chances with the man advantage. --- VOLTIGEURS 2 DRAKKAR 1 BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Frederick Gaudreau had a goal and an assist as Drummondville slipped past the Drakkar. Gaudreau opened the scoring for the Voltigeurs (20-11-2) at 17:47 of the first period and then set up Nikolas Brouillards eventual winner at 9:07 of the third, which came on the power play. Alexandre Ranger responded for Baie-Comeau (20-8-4) while playing six-on-four at 18:25 of the third, but the Drakkar couldnt get another past Drummondvilles Louis-Phillip Guindon. Guindon stopped 31 shots for Drummondville as Simon Lemieux made 21 saves for Baie-Comeau. --- SCREAMING EAGLES 9 SEA DOGS 6 SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- Cameron Darcy had three goals and an assist and Raphael Corriveau scored twice as Cape Breton toppled the Sea Dogs for its fourth win in a row. Justin Hache scored once and set up three more for the Screaming Eagles (17-11-3) while Michael Lyle, Bradley Lalonde and Kyle Farrell added the others. Spencer Smallman and Nathan Noel had a goal and two assists apiece for Saint John (7-22-3), which is on a four-game slide, and Oliver Cooper had a goal and an assist. Jason Cameron, Jurij Repe and Stephen Anderson each scored once to round out their clubs offence. Cape Bretons Chase Marchand picked up the win, despite being pulled early in the third period. Marchand allowed five goals on 19 shots before giving way to Alex Bureau, who stopped 2-of-3 shots in 18 minutes of relief. Sebastien Auger took the loss for the Sea Dogs after giving up six goals on 27 shots in 28 minutes of action. Antoine Landry turned away 17-of-20 shots in relief. --- HUSKIES 8 OCEANIC 3 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Maxime St. Cyr scored twice and Julien Nantel had a goal and two assists as the Huskies handed Rimouski its fifth straight loss. Justin Guenette and Jason Fuchs each had a goal and an assist for Rouyn-Noranda (18-9-3), which has won six of its last seven outings, while Steven Mercier, Quinn OBrien and Marcus Power also scored. Frederik Gauthier, Tyler Boland and Anthony DeLuca supplied the offence for the Oceanic (16-11-5). 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Ejims a very good athlete who has good compete level and I love how hes able to finish on the break and play the game inside and out. Ejim attacks the basket hard and I love his energy. Hes gotten better every year, which is a testament to his work ethic and love for the game. Hes a beast on the glass and has really improved his three-point-shooting stroke. Ejims stock is really rising. 5. KEVIN PANGOS (Gonzaga): Pangos is a shooter with deep range and a guy who can get on a roll if you leave him open. Hes a gym rat who gets after it for you. Pangos isnt the biggest guy, yet plays as hard as you can ask and creates his shot well and has a knack for freeing himself up in the five-on-five game and you better not leave him open in transition. Pangos moves his feet and fights through screens on the defensive end and relishes the challenge of getting stops. Hes steady and reliable in every situation. In short, Pangos is a winner. ' ' '