Juniors-Remparts: Montreal Ends Road Trip With 3-1 Loss

Gary WhittakerCorrespondent IFebruary 1, 2009

Fresh off their 6-1 win against the Huskies on Wednesday night, the Juniors faced the Quebec Remparts Sunday night in the final game of their seven game road trip. The juniors fell to Quebec, 3-1.

Remparts right-winger Mikhail Stefanovich got his team on the board and out of the first period with a one goal lead at the 19:35.

Going into the second period, Angelo Esposito made sure his return to Quebec wouldn't go unnoticed, after being traded by the Remparts in the off-season to Montreal. He potted a goal against goalie Charles Lavigne to tie the game at one.

The tie game would not last long as the Remparts struck again, as Dmitri Kugryshev beat goalie Jake Allen to restore his team's lead at 2-1.

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