Vanessa Davidson lit the lamp four times and Noemie Marin added two goals as the Montreal Stars had a goal scoring parade in a 9-3 win over the Burlington Barracudas at Arena Etienne-Desmarteau Saturday.
Sarah Lynch got the Barracudas on the board first with a power-play goal at 4:07 in the first period but Montreal would net seven goals before the Cudas could make the score sheet again.
Caroline Ouellette (11 goals, 15 assists), who leads the league in scoring, had a goal and three assists while Meghan Agosta (10 goals, 12 assists), second in scoring, had four assists.
Out of the top 10 scoring leaders in the CWHL, seven of them play for the Stars.
Also scoring for Montreal were Rebecca Martindale and Sarah Vaillancourt, who had a goal and an assist.
Sommer West scored twice for Burlington in the third period.
Goal Scoring Parade Continues
Sunday’s rematch was much the same for both teams as Montreal’s snipers rounded off the score sheet again.
Sabrina Horbec scored two goals and an assist, while Ouellete, Vaillancourt, Marin and Davidson each had a goal and two assists in the Stars 7-2 win.
Emmanuelle Blais and Agosta each had two assists.
Montreal was 4-for-12 on the power play while Burlington scored one power-play goal on four chances.
Annina Rajahuhta and Shannon Moulson scored for the Barracudas.