Mikhail Grigorenko connected for his second-straight four-point game Tuesday, notching a pair of goals, including the game winner just over three minutes into the third period, and two assists to help Quebec to a 7-5 win over the QMJHL's top club, Blainville-Boisbriand. The talented Russian is finding a better level of engagement of late, collecting seven goals and four assists in his last five games to get the Remparts within six points of the league's top spot with 10 dates left on the regular season schedule.
In the OHL, Nikita Zadorov and Brady Austin each posted two assists as London earned a 6-5 overtime victory at Windsor. Zadorov, who drew the lone helper on Matt Rupert's game winner, now has 25 points (10+15) in 26 games with the Knights. Austin's assists up his career-best point total to 29 (8+21) through 57 contests.