SYDNEY, N.S. -- Carl-Antoine Delisle snapped a tie in the third period with his second goal of the game to lead the Tigres past Cape Breton 4-3 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Wednesday as Victoriaville won its eighth in a row. Francois Tremblay had a busy night for the Tigres (24-19-6) making 42 saves, including 18 in the second period. The Screaming Eagles (26-21-3) grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first period with goals from Charles-Eric Legare and Cameron Darcy. Delisle and Petr Sidlik sandwiched second-period goals around one by Cape Bretons Bronson Beaton, and trailed 3-2 going into the third period. Yan Pavel Laplante got the equalizer for Victoriaville in the third period. Alex Bureau made 24 saves for Cape Breton. --- ARMADA 5 OCEANIC 2 BOISBRIAND, Que. -- Danick Martel scored 17 seconds into the game and the Armada had two more goals in the opening period to beat Rimouski. Samuel Tremblay, Dominic Talbot-Tassi, Daniel Walcott and Emil Aronsson also scored for Blainville-Boisbriand (30-10-9), who are one point back of league-leading Baie-Comeau. Peter Trainor and Jimmy Oligny replied for the Oceanic (29-14-7). Armada goaltender Etienne Marcoux finished with 31 saves, while at the other end of the ice Philippe Desrosiers stopped 23 shots. --- CATARACTES 4 SEA DOGS 2 SHAWINIGAN, Que. -- Alexis DAoust scored twice as the Cataractes doubled Saint John in a battle of QMJHL basement dwellers. Jeremy Auger and Gabriel Slight also scored for the league-worst Shawinigan (13-30-7). Noah Zilbert had a pair of goals for the Sea Dogs (15-30-4). Both Shawinigan goaltender Marvin Cupper and Saint Johns Sebastien Auger finished with 24 saves. --- OLYMPIQUES 6 TITAN 2 GATINEAU, Que. -- The Olympiques scored four unanswered goals including a pair shorthanded to cruise past Acadie-Bathurst. Simon Tardif-Richard and Emile Poirier scored shorthanded, with Vincent Dunn, Taylor Burke, Alexis Pepin and Derek Sheppard adding singles for Gatineau (30-17-3). Simon Fortier, with a short-handed goal of his own, and Alexandros Soumakis countered for the Titan (17-29-5). Robert Steeves made just 10 saves in net for Gatineau. At the other end of the ice, Jacob Brennan was pulled after giving up five goals on 34 shots. Miguel Sullivan took over and stopped 14 shots for the Titan. Fake Jordan 1 . The Brazil defender was substituted 13 minutes into Wednesdays 2-1 Copa del Rey win at Athletic Bilbao because of a right hamstring problem. Scans revealed a second grade tear which could keep him out for a reported four to six weeks. 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Stastny scored twice and added two assists and the Avalanche beat the Dallas Stars 6-2 on Monday night. Erik Johnson and Andre Benoit also scored in a four-goal second period, and Nathan MacKinnon and Tyson Barrie scored for Colorado. Stastny hadnt notched a point since Nov. 19, when he had a goal and assist against Chicago. The scoring drought grew to nine games before he put together one of his best periods of his career. "I always put pressure on myself," Stastny said. "Of anyone I was probably the most frustrated. Whether I show it or not, you guys wont see it." It was a familiar feeling for Stastny, who had a two-goal game against the Stars on Nov. 1. The lone hat trick of his career came against Dallas on Oct. 3, 2007. His breakout couldnt have come at a better time for him or his team, which has struggled to score lately. "I feel like that, especially for Stast," said forward P.A. Parenteau, who tied a career high with three assists. "We were on the puck the last few games and couldnt get it done. The confidence was low for a couple of guys and its tough on you. Youre playing decent hockey and youre not rewarded." Tyler Seguin had a goal and an assist and Kevin Connauton scored his first NHL goal for the Stars, who have dropped three of the past four. Goalie Kari Lehtonen stopped 42 shots for Dallas in a rare poor start against Colorado. Lehtonen was 8-3-2 with a 2.52 goals-against average against the Avalanche before Monday. "That was pretty much us laying an egg," forward Jamie Benn said. "They came out strong and jumped all over us." The Avalanche outshot Dallas 21-10 in the first period, but managed just one goal against Lehtonen. It was a different story in the second. Stastny broke a 1-all tie when he knocked in Jamie McGinns tip pass 8:29 into the period for his ninth goal of the season. Benoit made it 3-1 when he pinched in from the blue line and blasted a shot through traffic past Lehtonen.dddddddddddd. Stastny scored again when he tipped a shot by Gabriel Landeskog in front of the net, and Johnson finished the run with a shot from the top of the right circle with 3 seconds left in the period to make it 5-1. Seguin scored early in the third, but Barries first goal of the season on Stastnys second assist made it 6-2. It was more than enough for the Avalanche, who improved to 3-0 against the Stars this season. Colorado scored six goals despite going 0 for 5 on the power play and failing to score on a pair of two-man advantages. "The power play was really good, to be honest. We had a lot of shots," Avalanche coach Patrick Roy said. "What else can you do? I dont want to over talk about the power play; tonight we didnt need the power play." The teams will play again in Dallas on Tuesday night. Colorado took a 1-0 lead midway through the first period when MacKinnon beat Lehtonen with a shot from the left circle. It was his seventh goal of the season. The Avalanche continued to get shots on Lehtonen, and had a chance to add to their lead when they had 1:26 of a two-man advantage. They couldnt convert, and moments after the Stars killed off Sergei Gonchars penalty, Matt Duchene was sent off for hooking. Connauton tied it on the ensuing 4-on-4 with 33 seconds left in the first. "I was elated," Connauton said. "The elation wore off pretty quick -- as quick as it took them to take over in the second period." Dallas nearly scored again with 12 seconds left, but Seguins shot from a sharp angle never crossed the goal line before resting on goalie Semyon Varlamovs back. Varlamov had 31 saves for Colorado. NOTES: Colorado D Ryan Wilson (back) was activated from the injured list, but did not return to the lineup. Wilson has missed 18 games after being injured Nov. 6 against Nashville. ... MacKinnon extended his points streak to four games. ... The 48 shots were the second most Lehtonen has faced this season. Chicago had 50 shots in a 4-3 loss to Dallas on Dec. 3. ... Colorados six goals tied a season high. ' ' '