Tonight, McGill's Francis Verreault-Paul had a good week.
The left wing had seven points as the Redmen won, wait for it, 15-4 at Ottawa. Verreault-Paul's four-goal, three-assist night included a natural hat trick in the first period (where he also assisted on the first Redmen goal), two helpers in the middle frame and a goal 3:53 into the final frame. His seven points came in the span of McGill's first 10 goals, as did linemate Alexandre Picard-Hooper's six (one goal, five assists)
It was sixth time a team has put a 10-spot (or more) on the scoreboard. UNB had a 10-0 win earlier this season and Saint Mary's won 11-zip another night; may you guess which conference has accounted for the other four?
That would be the OUA. McGill, out of the oft-maligned OUA East, has done it twice. Lakehead and Western have each done the double-digit deed once. Make of it what you will.
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