The black series Drakkar continued for more, Friday night when he lost by 6-1 before the Sherbrooke Phoenix.
Victims of a sixth straight setback, the sailors of the ship experienced another painful exit in the Estrie region, which resulted in a 54th defeat in 64 games since the beginning of the calendar.
Victims of their indiscipline, visitors have seen the local enjoy their power play to open the scoring and set the tone for the convincing win. Ahead 3-1 after two periods, Phoenix added insult to the last third with a push three goals, two scored in the same shorthanded.
Key Schweri and Hugo Roy (including one on a penalty shot) scored twice in the win. Guillaume Gauthier and Anthony Chapados completed the scoring against the goalie Bo Taylor, who gave way to rookie Mathieu Paradis late in the game.
The defender Matteo Pietroniro rang the low response Drakkar, who lost the services of his number one keeper, Samuel Antoine, suspended for five games following his fight against Francis Leclerc in Thursday night's game against the Armada Blainville-Boisbriand.
Coach players Acting Steve Ahern are Saturday leave. They will complete this hard journey, Sunday afternoon, when they visit the Quebec Remparts on the ice of Videotron Centre.