QUEBEC CITY, QC. - The Mooseheads fell to the Quebec Remparts 4-2, meaning the Herd are once again behind in the seven game series.
A shortage in offence muzzled the Herd and now Halifax is behind 3-2 in the series.
No scoring in period number one resulted in four tallies in the second.
Matthew Grouchy, Pier-Olivier Lacombe and Pierrick Dube scored for the Remparts, putting the Mooseheads in a deep hole.
Raphaël Lavoie scored in the dying minutes of the second, giving the Mooseheads some life heading into the third.
However, The Remparts offence was too much to handle, as Edouard St-Laurent scored on a penalty shot.
Halifax added a late tally to cut the deficit in half, with Arnaud Durandeau potting a goal.
The Mooseheads will be back home on Monday night at Scotiabank Centre for game six as they try to avoid elimination in the first round matchup.
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