The Drakkar in the quest for a 7th gain in a row

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BAIE-COMEAU – The Drakkar of Baie-Comeau will try to continue his streak fruitful to his supporters, on Saturday afternoon, when he crossed the iron with the Olympic of Gatineau on the ice at the Centre Henry-Leonard.

In quest of a seventh gain in a row, the North-Coastal produce at full capacity these past few weeks and don’t seem too want to slow down the pace.

Inspired by their recent overwhelming victory of 8-1 on the Drillers Val-d’or, the men of head coach Martin Bernard will be looking to maintain their level of productive on the plan offensive.

The members of the crew will however, show alerts in the face of opponents who have just won two triumphs away abroad. “There is nothing gained in advance, in this league, and it all happens on the ice”, has taken the trouble to remind the boss behind the bench.

The pilot of the ship wants to take full advantage of this long stay at home to create a nice chemistry within their alignment rather disturbed following the recent period of trade.

Alex Orio

Latest acquisition to board the ship, the goalkeeper Alex Orio seem to acclimate very quickly to its new environment, as evidenced by his 2-0, his average goals allowed at 1.00, and its effectiveness rate 0,950 his first two starts.

The ex-cerberus of the Sea Dogs of Saint-John likes what he sees since his arrival in soil north of the coastal area. “The Ship has completed several transactions to grow, in addition to fetching a lot of experience, and that’s what it takes to be successful in the playoffs,” admitted the porter of 19 years.

The masked man of 6 ‘ 3 ” has tasted the glory in 2016, during his first campaign in the QMJHL. “I’ve been there and, today, with my experience, I am ready to help the Ship to get as far away as possible,” assured the guard veteran who will be back in front of the net.