A late addition to the Canadian Hockey League’s Top Prospects game in Quebec City on Wednesday night, David Perron set up a goal by Jakub Voracek in the second period for Team Bergeron/Burns in a game designed to showcase Canadian major junior hockey’s top draft-eligible players.

Perron’s team won the annual event by a score of 5-3.

Lewiston’s Kevin Marshall, one of the Maineiacs’ top defensemen. finished with two shots on goal, and was a minus-1.

Of the eight goals scored in the game, seven came off the sticks of skaters from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

Ruslan Bashkirov of the Quebec Remparts had a pair of goals in his home building, Voracek and Logan MacMillan of Halifax each had one, as did David Skokan and Maxime Gratchev of Rimouski and Keven Veilleux of Victoriaville.

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