Game Summary
Mississauga Reps  4 -  Gaulois du Collège Antoine-Girouard  6
 

BERGERON SCORES FOUR DURING GAULOIS VICTORY

LÉVIS, QUE. – The Gaulois du Collège Antoine-Girouard took a big step towards qualifying for the playoff round of the 2010 TELUS Cup.

After two consecutive ties at the National Midget Championship, the Gaulois used a great third period to knock off the Mississauga Reps 6-4 on Wednesday. The win gives Antoine-Girouard a record of 1-0-2 and four points in the standings. Mississauga is 1-2-0.

The Gaulois scored two goals 17 seconds apart in the third period to erase a one-goal deficit and take a 4-3 lead on the Reps.

Kevin Bergeron (Ste. Julie, Que.) entered Wednesday’s game without a goal for the Gaulois. But his four-goal effort versus the Reps vaulted him into a tie for the scoring lead. Everything Bergeron touched on Wednesday found the back of the net.

Antoine-Girouard also got a goal from Cédric Leblanc (Marieville, Que.) and an empty-netter from Sébastien Sylvestre (Boucherville, Que.).

Mississauga led 2-1 after the first period and 3-2 after two but couldn’t deliver the final blow. Antoine-Girouard took a 5-3 lead early in the third before Jordan Auld (Toronto, Ont.) stopped the bleeding with a power play goal at 7:22. The Reps also got goals from Wes Deme (Mississauga, Ont.), Gianluca Curcuruto (Richmond Hill, Ont.) and Andreas Tsogkas (Toronto, Ont.).

The Gaulois will face the Red Deer Optimist Rebels on Thursday, with the Reps facing off against the St. John’s Fog Devils.

 

Game Information
Game Number Round Round Robin
Arena Aréna de Lévis City, Country Lévis, Que., Canada
Month / Day / Year 04/21/2010 Time (local) 11:00 AM ET
Attendance Game Status Final

Box Score   1     2     3   Total
Mississauga Reps (CEN) 2 1 1 4
Gaulois du Collège Antoine-Girouard (QUE) 1 1 4 6
Goals/Penalties
First Period
Goals:
   06:58 QUE 61 Kevin Bergeron (24 Dominic Beauchemin, 12 Guillaume Mollicone)
   15:09 CEN 13 Wes Deme (21 Patrick Megannety)
   17:16 CEN 4 Gianluca Curcuruto (12 Kevin Pietrobon, 9 Josh Wiley) PP

Penalties:
   03:32 CEN 48 James Ryan (Hooking)
   07:42 CEN 13 Wes Deme (Hooking)
   08:01 CEN 55 Eric Locke (Interference)
   12:43 QUE 12 Guillaume Mollicone (Hooking)
   15:37 QUE 61 Kevin Bergeron (Cross Checking)
   17:36 QUE 24 Dominic Beauchemin (Cross Checking)
   17:36 QUE 61 Kevin Bergeron (Roughing)

Second Period
Goals:
   01:52 QUE 61 Kevin Bergeron (25 Samuel Benoit, 24 Dominic Beauchemin) PP
   04:15 CEN 11 Andreas Tsogkas (4 Gianluca Curcuruto, 27 Chris Rygus) PP

Penalties:
   00:55 CEN 4 Gianluca Curcuruto (Tripping)
   03:41 QUE 22 Jason Houde (Slashing)
   06:45 CEN 2 Jordan Auld (Holding)
   13:05 CEN 9 Josh Wiley (Roughing)
   15:37 CEN 61 Santo Provenzano (Delay of Game)
   16:23 QUE 24 Dominic Beauchemin (Spearing)
   18:08 CEN 9 Josh Wiley (Interference)

Third Period
Goals:
   01:16 QUE 17 Cédric Leblanc (20 Alexandre Lemieux)
   01:33 QUE 61 Kevin Bergeron (10 Sébastien Sylvestre, 16 Marc-Olivier Brouillard)
   05:56 QUE 61 Kevin Bergeron (16 Marc-Olivier Brouillard, 12 Guillaume Mollicone)
   07:22 CEN 2 Jordan Auld (77 Jake Crow, 55 Eric Locke) PP
   19:20 QUE 10 Sébastien Sylvestre (55 Francis Lambert-Lemay) EN

Penalties:
   03:27 QUE 17 Cédric Leblanc (Holding)
   06:06 QUE 9 Olivier Jodoin (Interference)
   16:26 CEN Team (Too Many Men)
   18:00 QUE 14 Simon Desmarais (High Sticking)


Goaltenders
Mississauga Reps
61 Santo Provenzano On 1/00:00   Off 3/18:53
61 Santo Provenzano On 3/19:20   Off 3/20:00
Gaulois du Collège Antoine-Girouard
30 Julien Giroux On 1/00:00   Off 3/20:00

Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
Mississauga Reps 11 17 15 43
Gaulois du Collège Antoine-Girouard 11 16 20 47

Player of Game
Mississauga Reps 4 Gianluca Curcuruto
Gaulois du Collège Antoine-Girouard 61 Kevin Bergeron
Officials
Referee Peter Moraitis
Lines People Benoit Martineau, Yannick Charette