QMJHL - Montreal Juniors Fall to Drummondville Voltigeurs 4-1

Gary WhittakerCorrespondent IJanuary 23, 2009

Despite having seven chances on the power play, only Luke Adam could find the back of the net against Drummondville this evening.

The Montreal Juniors, allowing 47 shots fired towards Jake Allen, faced a tough test falling to the Drummondville Voltigeurs by a score of 4-1. 

Goalie, Jake Allen, kept the score as close as possible in the first period, when he stopped 17 of 19 shots, with Yannick Riendeau and Chris DiDominico each tallying for Drummondville.

The Voltigeurs added another goal by Benoît Lévesque in the second period, forcing the juniors into a 3-0 deficit entering the third.

Only Luke Adam managed to get the juniors on the board with his 21st of the season, in the third period.

Despite the junior’s effort, Drummondville's, Mike Hoffman made no mistake on a shorthanded attempt to bring the score to 4-1, ultimately ending the Juniors night.

The junior’s current road trip has now seen two losses and a win, bringing the teams record to 24-19-1-1.

They will head to Lewiston, QC for the first time this season on Saturday night to continue their road trip, followed by stops in Val-D'Or, Abitibi and Quebec City before returning home on February 2nd.

From official juniors press release. Photo by Amanda Stein.