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QMJHL Roundup: Mooseheads' Zach Fucale becomes youngest goalie to reach 100 wins

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SAINT JOHN, N.B. - Zachary Fucale became the youngest goaltender in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League history to reach 100 wins when the Halifax Mooseheads beat the Saint John Sea Dogs 5-2 on Tuesday.

The 18-year-old reached 100 wins in 145 games after making 24 saves against Saint John.

The record was previously held Jacques Cloutier, who at 19 reached win No. 100 during his 150th appearance in 1979.

Halifax (31-16-1) won its fifth straight on goals by Andrew Ryan, Danny Moynihan, Nikolaj Ehlers, Matt Murphy and Brent Andrews.

Nathan Noel and Nicolas Hebert replied for the Sea Dogs (14-28-4), while Sebastien Auger allowed four goals on 33 shots.

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SCREAMING EAGLES 6 TITAN 3

SYDNEY, N.S. — Charles-Eric Legare scored twice as Cape Breton overwhelmed Acadie-Bathurst.

Clark Bishop, Raphael Corriveau, Maxim Lazarev and Jeremy Beaudry also scored for the Screaming Eagles (25-19-3), who won their third straight game.

Gabriel Gosselin, Guillaume Brisebois and Scott Oke had a goal each for the Titan (17-25-4), who are on a three-game slide.

Alex Bureau allowed three goals on 19 shots in net for Cape Breton. Miguel Sullivan was far busier at the other end of the ice with 42 saves.

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