The Booms in the driver’s seat
Three-Rivers — The Booms have taken the lead 2-1 in their series, three of five in a 2-0 facing the Royal-Rousseau in Laval-Montreal, Friday.
The training midget AAA) has benefited from an output without reproach the goalkeeper Olivier Leclair, who stopped 29 pucks to save the laundry. At the other end of the rink, teen Frédéric Lavoie have framed 37 washers, a dam that has enabled Zachary Gravel and Maxime Pellerin to register the nets winners.
Ahead 2-0 after 40 minutes, the Booms needed their disadvantage to digital to cross the third. Their guests were treated to three games to power on, without being able to deceive Leclair.
“It was a great team victory. Everybody contributed, everybody played. For a coach, this game is fun to direct!”, noted Lavoie. “You face a team that defends very well. We must work hard to create scoring chances. This is what we have done.”
Lavoie complimentait also its special units. “Without scoring, our power play has generated momentum. And then third, our disadvantage digital has taken over. It was nice to see.”
The Booms will attempt to finish off their rivals on Sunday.