If you couldn’t get enough of the Halifax Mooseheads in their 6-1 romp over the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies on Wednesday, there could be more where that came from.
In a rare scheduling occurrence in the QMJHL, the Mooseheads host the Huskies again on Friday at 7 p.m. and are looking to build momentum with another win against an opponent that has lost 13 straight.
“That’s kind of weird how the schedule’s set up like that,” said Mooseheads defenceman Trey Lewis.
“It’s good we got that first win and we feel confident going into Friday’s game, knowing we can beat them if we play to our ability.”
The Mooseheads, who also host the Val-d’Or Foreurs on Saturday at 4 p.m., have a fantastic opportunity to improve their 8-15-0-1 record and move up in the standings.
“They’re going to come out hard again on Friday and it’s going to be another battle,” Lewis said.
Rookie goaltender Anthony Terenzio, with 29 saves on Wednesday, is expected to get the start on Friday.
– For more on Terenzio’s opportunity in goal, and weekend coverage of the Mooseheads, visit Matthew Wuest’s Q Files blog at www.metronews.ca/qfiles.
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