BAIE-COMEAU, Que. . - Philippe Cadorette made 28 saves as the Baie-Comeau Drakkar beat the Shawinigan Cataractes 3-1 to take a 2-0 series lead in the first round of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoffs on Saturday. Alexandre Ranger, Gabriel Verpaelst and Charles Hudon each scored for the Drakkar. Alex Filiatrault had the lone goal for Shawinigan in the dying minutes of regulation. Marvin Cupper did all he could to keep the Cataractes in the game. He finished with a jaw-dropping 61 saves, and was especially good in the first when he kept the game scoreless despite Shawinigan being outshot 23-13. --- OCEANIC 6 SAGUENEENS 1 RIMOUSKI, Que. — Samuel Morin scored a pair of goals as the Oceanic crushed Chicoutimi. Beau Rusk, Jimmy Oligny, Frederik Gauthier and Francois Beauchemin also scored for Rimouski, which took a 2-0 series lead. Dominic Beauchemin had the only goal for the Sagueneens. Philippe Desrosiers made 17 saves in net for Rimouski. At the other end of the ice, Julio Billia allowed five goals on 27 shots. He was replaced late by Domenic Graham, who gave up one goal on four shots. --- MOOSEHEADS 7 ISLANDERS 1 HALIFAX — The Mooseheads spotted Charlottetown an early lead before scoring seven in a row to take a 2-0 series lead. Jonathan Drouin had two goals and two assists while Philippe Gadoury also scored twice for Halifax. Darcy Ashley, Nikolaj Ehlers and Andrew Shewfelt chipped in a goal apiece. Daniel Sprong gave Charlottetown a brief lead 5:23 into the first period. Zachary Fucale stopped 10 shots for Halifax. Mason McDonald meanwhile was a lot busier, allowing all seven goals on 49 shots. --- VOLTIGEURS 6 TIGRES 5 DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. — Christophe Lalancette scored to lift the Voltigeurs past Victoriaville in a slugfest. Charles-David Beaudoin scored twice for Drummondville, which tied the series at one. Matthew Boudens, Jerome Verrier and Georgs Golovkovs also scored. Philippe Hudon had two goals for the Tigres, with Antoine Marcoux, Jean-Francois Plante and Angelo Miceli adding singles. Louis-Philip Guindon stopped 28 shots for Drummondville, while Francois Tremblay made 26 saves at the other end of the ice. --- OLYMPIQUES 8 SCREAMING EAGLES 2 GATINEAU, Que. — Emile Poirier scored a hat trick as the Olympiques rolled over Cape Breton to take a 2-0 series lead. Adam Stevens, Vaclav Karabacek, Jonathan Bourcier, Simon Tardif-Richard and Vincent Dunn also scored for Gatineau. Cameron Darcy opened the scoring 34 seconds into the game for the Screaming Eagles and Raphael Corriveau also scored in the second period. Olympiques goaltender Robert Steeves made 22 saves, while Alex Bureau stopped 21-of-27 shots before being lifted in Cape Bretons net for Zachary Fortin, who allowed two goals on five shots. --- FOREURS 3 TITAN 0 VAL-DOR, Que. — Samuel Henley had a pair of goals as the Foreurs shutout Acadie-Bathurst. Pierre-Maxime Poudrier also scored for Val-dOr, which took a 2-0 series lead. Foreurs goaltender Antoine Bibeau stopped 19 shots including a first-period penalty shot by Rafael Lafontaine. Jacob Brennan, meanwhile, finished with 34 saves for the Titan. --- REMPARTS 7 HUSKIES 3 QUEBEC CITY — Nick Sorensen scored a hat trick as the Remparts evened their series with Rouyn-Noranda at a game apiece. Fabrice Herzog scored twice for Quebec, with Kurt Etchegary and Adam Chapman providing singles. Jean-Sebastien Dea had a pair of goals for the Huskies and Jack Nevins added one. Remparts goaltender Francois Brassard finished with 34 saves. Alexandre Belanger allowed all seven goals on just 17 shots in the Huskies net. Guillaume Decelles came on to stop five shots in 10 minutes of relief. . Both of Padakins goals came in the second period while Zane Jones added a single in the first period for Calgary (13-6-4). Hitmen goaltender Chris Driedger finished with 30 saves for the shutout. . Interestingly, the culprits were not rookies, but well paid, experienced pros. The first gaffe came in the 24th minute of arguably the biggest early season MLS game in history between Seattle and Toronto. Sounder newcomer Marco Pappa, (with over 100 MLS games, and 39 Guatemalan Caps to his name) attempted a back pass to one of his central defenders.TORONTO - Edmonton welterweight Ryan (The Real Deal) Ford has been suspended for six months for stepping into the cage with a broken arm to face Jake Shields on a World Series of Fighting card last month.Pat Reid, executive director of the Edmonton Combative Sports Commission, said Ford got the ban for lying about his health on his statutory declaration to a commissioner of oaths.Ford (22-5) took the main event fight to Shields (30-7) in the early going but lost via submission at four minutes 29 seconds of the first round aat the Edmonton Expo Centre on Oct. . 11.After the fight, Ford released a video, which he said was made Oct. 2, acknowledging he had broken his ulna — one of the two long bones in the forearm — two days earlier in training.He said he fought with the injury because he needed the paycheque.Fighters had to go through pre-fight blood work, MRIs and eye examination before going through physical testing in front of a doctor and an exercise physiologist.Ford had to do 10 knuckle push-ups among the tests. 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