QMJHL finals tied two-all after Armada downs Acadie-Bathurst Titan in Game Four
Nobody said winning the QMJHL finals would be easy.
The Blainville-Boisbriand Armada downed the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 5 - 1 on Wednesday to even the best-of-seven series two games-a-piece.
The lone Titan goal came from Adam Holwell on a power play, assisted by Mitchell Balmas and Liam Murphy in the third period.
Ethan Crossman was named Third Star of the Game.
The Armada outshot the Titan 25 - 24.
Head coach Mario Pouliot says he's pleased with how his squad played defensively, but says they failed to press the Armada's defense which cost them momentum and time in their opponent's end.
But Pouliot says his men know what they need to do going into Game Five in Boisbriand on Friday.
He says his team needs to regroup, simplify its offensive game and hunt the puck every chance it gets.
The series shifts back to the KC Irving Centre in Bathurst for Game Six on Sunday.