2/14 Recap: Lagacé nets winner, Adams hits 40 in big win

In Sunday QMJHL action, Luke Adam buried a backhand for his 40th goal of the season and Jacob Lagacé notched the controversial game winner as Cape Breton defeated top-ranked Saint John, 4-2.

Lagacé made a clean steal and found Adam in front of the Sea Dogs net to get the Eagles on the board in the opening period. The mark extended Adam's current streak to 10 straight games with a goal. The Q's leading goal-getter, Adam would later return the favor, earning an assist as Lagacé finished off a short-handed transition play in the third period to cement the win over the reigning #1 club in CHL Mastercard Rankings. Play continued after Lagacé's winning shot, but the goal was awarded after review. Maxime Legault (6 PIM) did not factor in to any of the Eagles goals.

Adam and Lagacé's goals are captured as part of the video recap below:



Elsewhere, Brayden McNabb was even as Kootenay doubled up Saskatoon, 6-3. The 6’4 defender was victimized by an ill-advised pinch that led to the first Blades goal. Later in the second, McNabb was cross-checked hard into the boards by Charles Inglis causing a pair of fights and two ejections.

In the OHL, Marcus Foligno was even as Sudbury continued their recent struggles with a 5-0 loss at London.
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Tuesday, February 16, 2010 ×

Luke could have at least a few more goals. jebus

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Thursday, February 18, 2010 ×

Luke Adam is such a nice prospect. Buffalo has done very well with prospects. Tyler Myers is a stud.

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Thursday, February 18, 2010 ×

Not to mention we have another AHL rookie of year candidate with Ennis, a year after Gerbe won it. (I'd love to see him play but I'm thinking Gerbe's trade bait)

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