Luke Adam continued his recent tear on Sunday, scoring his 12th goal of the season and leading the way with a game-high six shots on goal as Cape Breton fell to Quebec, 3-2 in overtime. Adam, who also blocked five Remparts shots, was rewarded for his all-around effort by being named the game's #1 star. The Sabres second round pick in 2008, Adam has collected seven goals and four assists over his recent seven-game point streak. Maxime Legault continues to have a positive impact since his return to juniors, scoring a goal and an assist as Shawinigan dropped a 3-2 decision to Victoriaville. Also in Sunday Q play, Jacob Lagacé returned to the Chicoutimi lineup after missing a week's worth of games, picking up a pair of assists as the Sags defeated Baie-Comeau, 4-3. The helpers raise Lagacé's season total to 20 points (10+10). However, just as one table in the Sabres prospects training room was vacated, another was getting prepped as Brayden McNabb left Kootenay's game with Seattle in the second period with a left knee injury. The rugged defender is expected to miss at least a week of action pending further evaluation. In the OHL, Marcus Foligno (-1) assisted on the only Sudbury goal in a 3-1 loss to Mississauga-St. Mike's. Rounding out Saturday's slate, Roo Adams was +1 in Chicago's 6-5 win over Cedar Rapids.