QUEBEC - Kurt Etchegary scored a power-play goal 2:25 into extra time as the Quebec Remparts held on to defeat the visiting Rimouski Oceanic 5-4 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Authentic Caris LeVert Jersey . Anthony Duclair scored once and set up three others for the Remparts (20-11-7), who blew a 4-2 lead in the third period, while Olivier Archambault had a pair of goals. Cody Donaghey added a single goal to round out Quebecs offence. Peter Trainor and Samuel Morin each had a goal and an assist for the Oceanic (21-11-7), who picked up at least one point in their seventh straight game, and Alexis Loiseau and Michael Joly had a goal apiece. Francois Brassard made 30 saves for the Remparts while Rimouskis Philippe Desrosiers stopped 24-of-29 shots in a losing cause. Quebec went 2 for 6 on the power play as the Oceanic scored three times on six chances with the man advantage. --- SAGUENEENS 2 DRAKKAR 1 BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Julio Billia stopped 46-of-47 shots, including all 17 he faced in the third period, as Chicoutimi held on to edge the Drakkar. Thomas Gobeil gave the Sagueneens (19-19-1) a 1-0 lead in the first period and Laurent Dauphin scored the eventual winner midway through the second. Baie-Comeaus (24-10-4) Alexandre Ranger scored at 14:58 of the second to make it a one-goal game heading into the final period. Philippe Cadorette made 14 saves for the Drakkar, who have dropped back-to-back contests. --- TIGRES 5 CATARACTES 3 SHAWINIGAN, Que. -- Mathieu Ayotte scored twice and Samuel Blais had a goal and two assists as Victoriaville came from behind to down the Cataractes. Ross Johnston had a goal and an assist for the Tigres (14-17-6), who trailed 3-1 after 20 minutes of action, while Gabriel Gagnes power-play goal at 17:07 of the third period stood up as the eventual winner. Alex Pawelczyk had a pair of goals for Shawinigan (9-26-3) and Dylan Labbe scored once. Victoriavilles Charles-Olivier Lajoie made 30 saves for the win as Storm Phaneuf turned aside 27 shots for the Cataractes. --- VOLTIGEURS 5 PHOENIX 2 SHERBROOKE, Que. -- Matthew Boudens scored once and set up two more and Frederick Gaudreau added two goals as Drummondville extended its win streak to six games by downing the Phoenix. Olivier Caouette and Jerome Verrier also scored for the Voltigeurs (25-11-2), who are 9-1-0 in their last 10 outings. Time Wieser and Jean-Christophe Laflamme supplied the offence for Sherbrooke (13-22-4), which is on a three-game slide. Louis-Philip Guindon made 22 saves for Drummondville while Francis Desrosiers kicked out 32-of-36 shots for the Phoenix. --- ISLANDERS 4 TITAN 0 CHARLOTTETOWN -- Antoine Bibeau earned his first shutout of the season and sixth of his career as the Islanders blanked Acadie-Bathurst. Bibeau stopped 30 shots for Charlottetown (15-19-5) while Daniel Sprong led the club offensively with a goal and two assists. Jack Nevins, Alexandre Goulet and Alexis Pepin also scored for the Islanders. Matthew Boudrea led the Titan (14-20-4) with six shots on Bibeau and Jacob Brennan made 18 saves in defeat. --- MOOSEHEADS 5 SCREAMING EAGLES 3 HALIFAX -- The Mooseheads scored four unanswered goals in the third period to hand Cape Breton its fourth loss in a row. Nikolaj Ehlers scored twice for Halifax (24-14-1), who trailed 3-1 heading into the third, while Vincent Watt, Cavan Fitzgerald and MacKenzie Weegar added a goal apiece. Julien Pelletier, William Carrier and Charles-Eric Legare scored for the Screaming Eagles (19-16-3) and Justin Hache chipped in with two assists. Keven Darveau made 42 saves for the Mooseheads as Chase Marchand allowed four goals on 18 shots for Cape Breton. --- WILDCATS 5 SEA DOGS 4 SAINT JOHN -- Christophe Lalondes goal at 14:26 of the third period stood as the winner as Moncton slipped past the Sea Dogs for its ninth straight victory. Ryan Penny, Will Smith, Stephen Johnson and Christopher Caissy also scored for the Wildcats (21-17-2) while Lalonde tacked on two assists for a three-point night. Matthew Highmore had two goals for Saint John (9-24-3) and Jurij Repe and Stephen Anderson each scored once. Alex Dubeau made 35 saves for Moncton as Sebastien Auger turned away 27-of-32 shots for the Sea Dogs. --- OLYMPIQUES 4 ARMADA 2 GATINEAU, Que. -- Emile Poirier had a hat trick for the Olympiques as they doubled up Blainville-Boisbriand, the leagues top team. Poirier scored even strength, shorthanded and once on the power play for Gatineau (24-13-1) while Marc Beckstead produced his clubs fourth goal. Nikita Jevpalovs and Olivier Picard scored for the Armada (25-6-7), which has a five-point edge over Baie-Comeau for first in the QMJHL. Robert Steeves made 17 saves for the Olympiques as Etienne Marcoux stopped 13-of-16 shots for Blainville-Boisbriand. --- FOREURS 5 HUSKIES 4 (OT) VAL-DOR, Que. -- Guillaume Gelinas scored 47 seconds into overtime as the Foreurs downed Rouyn-Noranda. Randy Gazzola, Samuel Henley, Nicolas Aube-Kubel and Jeremie Fraser also scored for Val-dOr (26-12-1) and Louis Marcotte chipped in with two assists. Gabriel Slight scored twice for the Huskies (22-10-5), Jean-Sebastien Dea had a goal and two assists and Francis Perron added a single goal. Francois Tremblay made 27 saves for the Foreurs while Alexandre Belanger stopped 32 shots for Rouyn-Noranda. 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Vincent Lamar Carter is no longer the lean, athletic dynamo who dazzled Raptors fans with eye-popping dunks that posterized even the leagues best defenders. Carter is also no longer the petulant man-child who fans feel gave up on his team and his city and forced a move away from the franchise that he legitimized. At almost 37, Vince Carter is an NBA veteran, perhaps not grizzled, but a far cry from the two sides of the one man that Toronto Raptors fans remember with both fondness and disdain. In Torontos case, the latter greatly outweighs the former. Carter first returned to Toronto after his acrimonious exit as a member of the then-New Jersey Nets in April, 2005. To say that the reception he received was unwelcome would be kind. Few things stir up anger in sports fans like being jilted by a player they once idolized. The torrent of abuse directed Carters way didnt seem to faze him as he ended up dropping 39 on his former mates in a Nets win. When Carters Dallas Mavericks take on the Raptors on Wednesday night, Carter is likely to once again be met by vociferous boos as he always has been since the first time he came back to the ACC as a member of the enemy, but, of course, with each subsequent visit, the jeers have gotten quieter. The anger that once consumed Raptors fans just isnt there anymore for the most part. When Vince Carter is booed again tonight, it will be more out of habit than anything else. Much like the case with his cousin, the now-retired Tracy McGrady, the booing is just what you do. All of this, then, begs the question: Should time heal all wounds? In what might be the last time Toronto Raptors fans see Vince Carter at the Air Canada Centre, is it time for Raptors fans to let the good outweigh the bad and welcome the prodigal son back into the fold? Lets not kid ourselves. The break-up was bad and Carter had more than a big hand in it. On the morning of the biggest game in franchise history - Game 7 of the 2001 Eastern Conference Semifinals with the Philadelphia 76ers - Carter decided to fly to Raleigh to collect his degree from the University of North Carolina. Its anybodys guess as to why he chose to go then and not in the summer, but unrelatedly or not, Carter missed the game-winning shot that evening with only two seconds left on the clock. And then there was the meddling with the front office. Obviously, most franchises try to jibe with their best players wishes, but many felt Carter overstepped his bounds. The impetus to bring in a broken-down Hakeem Olajuwon and offer him a pricey extension appeared to come from Carter. It was a spectacular failure. Carter was constantly in managements ear and attemptingg to mold the club in ways that he wanted. Authentic Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Jersey. Outside of a brief stint in the Orlando Magic front office as vice-president, Julius Erving had no managerial experience, yet this was the man who Carter championed to almost the point of insistence for the Raptors general manager job in 2004. When the team went with Rob Babcock, Carter took this as an affront. When the situation became untenable that season, Babcocks hands were tied to the point that all he could fetch from the Nets in exchange for Carter were bench pieces Eric Williams and Aaron Williams, a past-his-prime Alonzo Mourning - who never played a game for the team and was almost immediately released, but not before receiving a $9 million buyout package – and a pair of first-round draft picks. The cruelest blow, though, came the month after he was traded when he sat down with legendary Georgetown coach John Thompson, then working as an analyst for TNT, and told him that he had begun to coast in his last years in Toronto. "I was just fortunate enough to have the talent," Carter said. "You know, you get spoiled when youre able to do a lot of things and you see that, and you really dont have to work at it. But now, I think with all the injuries and the things that have gone on, I have to work a little harder and Im a little hungrier. Thats why getting the opportunity to have a fresh start with New Jersey has made me want to attack the basket for a lot of reasons." To hear your franchise player admit to dogging it is beyond the pale and probably reason enough alone for the idea of some sort of reconciliation to be out of the question. Recently, though, Carter has claimed that he never wanted to leave the Raptors and told as much to Babcock, but was informed that a deal had already been agreed upon with the Nets. Former Raptors coach Sam Mitchell corroborated Carters account, but considering this information became public almost 10 years after the fact, it came across as little more than damage control for what is seemingly an irreparable image in this city. Still, as the spectre of Carters exit still casts a shadow over what he did as a Raptor, is it time that the two arent mutually exclusive? It was Carter who led the team to its first ever playoff spot. It was Carter who led the team to its first ever series win. It was Carter who got the Raptors onto national American television broadcasts and into the larger basketball consciousness as something other than just that team that plays in Canada. To say nothing of the fact that Carter remains the franchise leader in points per game and second in total points. Is it time Raptors fans let Carters legacy outshine the acrimony of his exit? Or is the exit his legacy with the Toronto Raptors? As always, its Your! 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