3/13 Recap: Gauthier-Leduc pots deux; Pair dishes 50

Jerome Gauthier-Leduc scored a pair of goals Sunday to extend his point streak to seven games as Rimouski cruised past Rouyn-Noranda, 6-1. The 6'2 defenseman has scored six goals and seven assists over the streak, and currently sits 6th among QMJHL in scoring with 51 points (14+37). He previously had a seven-game run in October that saw him collect a goal and seven assists.

In the WHL, Kevin Sundher dished a pair of assists as Chilliwack lost in overtime to Kelowna, 3-2. The six-footer, who has clicked for 26 points (5+21) in his last 18 games. ups his season line 22-52-73 with three games remaining on the regular season slate. Sundher spoke of needing to be a more consistent player at the time of his drafting, and on a broader scope he has. In his first 34 games, the Surrey product totaled 11+25. In 33 games since January 1st, he has netted 11 goals and 26 assists.

Matt MacKenzie notched a power play assist to help Tri-City to a 6-3 win over Prince George. The 6'2 defender, who has points in just three of his last 17 games, elevates his line to 7-28-35 though 69 starts. Tri-City currently holds down the #4 spot in the Western Conference playoff standings.

In the OHL, Zack Kassian returned to action after a one-game benching due to indifferent play, notching an assist on the first Spits goal as Windsor edged Sarnia in a shootout, 4-3. The assist, his 50th of the season, gives the budding power forward 76 points in 53 games.

Steven Shipley (+1) picked up an assist as Niagara used the shootout to defeat Kingston, 4-3. The 6'3 third-line center has a goal and four assists in his last four games.

Gregg Sutch was even with a hooking minor as Mississauga earned a 3-2 overtime win over Ottawa. Sutch was a healthy scratch in five of the previous twelve Majors' tilts heading into the weekend.

In the USHL, Christian Isackson skated -1 with two shots on goal as Sioux Falls lost to Omaha, 2-1. The Minnesota commit has 15 points in his last 15 games.
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