The Sherbrooke Phoenix played three games in three days the past weekend coming away with a 1-1-1 record earning three points in the QMJHL standings. Last Friday, the Phoenix played the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada at the Palais des Sports earning their first point of the weekend in a hard fought 4-3 overtime loss against the league’s second ranked team. Against the Armada, new Sherbrooke net-minder Reilly Pickard got his first start since being acquired from the Acadie-Bathurst Titan.
The holiday break appears to have served the Sherbrooke Phoenix well. After a brief hiatus in QMJHL action, the Phoenix finished off 2017 with wins over Val-d’Or, 4-1, and Shawinigan, 1-0. The Birds’ loss was at the hands of the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, 7-4. Russian forward Yaroslav Alexeyev was the star of the game against the Foreurs scoring a goal and adding two assists in the road victory. See full story in the Wednesday, Jan. 3rd edition of The Record.
Bishop’s men’s basketball team will hope to bring in the new year with two wins, and do some good for their community as well before the calendar turns to 2018. The Gaiters will be hosting a set of two exhibition games against the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds. The games will serve as an opportunity for fans of the Purple and Silver to come together and collect coats, boots and other articles of winter clothing for families in need for a local charity. See full story in Dec. 27 Record
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Selecting a term
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