HALIFAX - Anthony DeLuca scored the only goal in a shootout to lift the Rimouski Oceanic over the Halifax Mooseheads 1-0 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action on Saturday. Philippe Desrosiers stopped 42 shots through overtime and three more in the shootout to pick up his third shutout of the season for Rimouski (31-15-7). Zachary Fucale made 28 saves for Halifax (34-17-3) in the loss. DeLuca led all Oceanic skaters in shots on net with five, while Mooseheads Matt Murphy, MacKenzie Weegar and Brent Andrews had five shots apiece. --- SEA DOGS 5 TITAN 3 BATHURST, N.B. -- Oliver Cooper scored two goals to lead Saint John over the Titan. Jason Cameron and Nathan Noel had a goal and an assist apiece for the Sea Dogs (17-32-4), and Nicolas Hebert scored the other. Scott Oke had a goal and an assist for Acadie-Bathurst (17-33-6), and Nicholas Blanchard and Matthew Boudrea each scored once. Christopher Smith made 26 saves for the victory while his Titan counterpart Jacob Brennan stopped 24 shots. --- ARMADA 5 ISLANDERS 2 CHARLOTTETOWN -- Danick Martel scored two and assisted on another as the visiting Armada toppled the Islanders. Christopher Clapperton and Nikita Jevpalovs had a goal and an assist apiece for Blainville-Boisbriand (34-10-9) and Philippe Sanche added an empty-net goal at 17:54 of the third period. Alexandre Goulet scored both goals for Charlottetown (17-32-5), who has now lost 11 in a row. Armada goaltender Samuel Montembeault made 28 saves. Eric Brassard stopped 27 shots in the losing effort. --- TIGRES 3 REMPARTS 2 (SO) QUEBEC CITY -- Jean-Francois Plante and Samuel Blais both scored in a shootout to lead Victoriaville to its 12th straight victory. Philippe Hudon scored two in regulation for the Tigres (28-19-6), while Angelo Miceli and Cameron Yarwood chipped in with assists on both goals. Quebec (31-14-9) got goals from Mikhail Grigorenko and Oliver Archambault, while outshooting the Tigres 40-31. Francois Tremblay turned aside 38 shots to pick up the victory. Callum Booth made 29 saves for the Remparts. --- FOREURS 4 SAGUENEENS 3 VAL-DOR, Que. -- Jeremie Frasers third-period goal held up as the winner as the Foreurs held off the Sagueneens. Anthony Mantha scored twice for Val-dOr (33-18-2), and Pierre-Maxime Poudrier added a goal and an assist. Fraser also chipped in with an assist on the night. Jane Puhakka and Nicolas Roy had a goal and an assist apiece for Chicoutimi (25-27-1). Jeremy Bouchard recorded two assists. Val-dOrs Antoine Bibeau made 29 saves for the win, while Julio Billia stopped 26 shots for the Sagueneens. Clearance MLB Jerseys . "Im going to send Webbie a six-pack (of beer) tonight," she said. Webb wasnt sure that would help. "Ill probably drink one and go to sleep," the Australian veteran said. 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Levante, which had lost five straight including a Copa del Rey game last weekend, fell behind at its Ciutat de Valencia stadium when Ionut Sapanura opened the scoring for Elche in the 26th minute.GLENDALE, Ariz. -- When Mike Ribeiro first arrived in Phoenix, he wasnt sure how he would fit in, on the ice and in the locker room. Having the added honus of being the scoring saviour on a team thats needed one for a decade didnt help much. Once Ribeiro found his comfort level with his new teammates and role on his new team, the points started flowing -- and havent stopped since. Ribeiro scored two goals for the second straight game and extended his points streak to seven games, lifting the Coyotes to a 4-2 win over the Calgary Flames Tuesday night. "It took a while for me to get comfortable with the guys and for them to know me and, I guess to like me," Ribeiro said. "So now that we did that, Im comfortable and its fun to come to work." Ribeiro had a quiet start in the desert after signing a four-year, $22 million contract, failing to register a point his first three games. Realizing he had been thinking too much instead of reacting, Ribeiro shifted his game into a new, freewheeling gear, starting with an assist in Phoenixs 3-0 win over Detroit on Oct. 10 that kick-started what had been an awful start to a five-game road trip. Ribeiro hasnt stopped scoring since, notching two goals against the Red Wings in Phoenixs comeback victory on Saturday and two more against Calgary, including the game-winner just a few minutes after the Flames tied it in the third period. Rob Klinkhammer added an empty-net goal for Phoenix, which has earned 12 of a possible 14 points in its past seven games. The Coyotes, with 14 points (6-2-2), are off to their best start since opening the 2000-01 season 7-1-2. "He likes to make a difference in games and hes doing that for us right now," Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said. The Coyotes needed Ribeiros big night after a couple of defensive miscues allowed the Flames back into a game they had been dominated in for most of the first two periods. Sluggish after facing Los Angeles the night before, Calgary fell behind 2-0 in the second period after Radim Vrbatas 200th career goal and Ribeiros first of the night. The Flames finally found some life late in the second, using a turnover to set up Lee Stempniaks goal in the second period and another that led to Joe Colbornes breakaway goal early in the third. Calgary couldnt sustain it, though, unable to get anythiing past Mike Smith the rest of the third period to lose for the third time during a five-game road trip that ends at Dallas on Thursday.dddddddddddd Jiri Hudler had an assist to extend his season-opening points streak to nine games for the Flames. "The first period, we didnt skate very well, I felt our energy level was not very good, we were not throwing enough pucks at the net," Flames coach Bob Hartley said. "The second period, we got going. I really liked our last 40 minutes. We gave ourselves a chance to win the game." Phoenix wanted to jump on the Flames early after they played the night before and did just that, scoring on a power play when Vrbata gathered a pass from Keith Yandle and wristed it past Joey MacDonald from the right circle for his fifth goal of the season. Phoenix was at its defensive best early on as well, blocking shots and pushing the Flames toward the boards while holding them to three shots in the first period. Ribeiro made it 2-0 in the second period, raising his stick waist high to deflect a shot by Mikkel Boedker past MacDonald. "They took it to us in the first period," Stempniak said. "I didnt think we played very well, lost a lot of puck battles. Calgary finally showed some life late in the second period, with Stempniak scoring late on a rebound and Colborne tying it early in the third. Ribeiro came through again less than three minutes later. Set up to the right of MacDonald, he ripped a one-timer from a tough angle on another crossing pass from Yandle, putting the Coyotes up 3-2 with his fifth of the season. The Flames tried to generate a final push, but Smith made some big saves and Klinkhammer sealed Phoenixs victory with his fourth of the season. "It wasnt a masterpiece, lets put it that way," Tippett said. "It was a quirky game that could have gone a lot of different ways." It ended up in Phoenixs favour, thanks to Ribeiro. NOTES: Both teams played without their captains. Phoenixs Shane Doan was out with a lower-body injury and Calgarys Mark Giordano was scratched after leaving during pregame warm-ups. ... The Coyotes recalled F Brandon Yip before the game and sent F Tim Kennedy to Portland of the AHL before the game. Yip started in place of Doan. ... Hudler has 12 points in nine games this season. ' ' '