Josh Currie scored twice and setup four more as the P.E.I. Rocket doubled up the visiting Saint John Sea Dogs 6-3 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. The 20-year-old forward is the first player in the QMJHL to reach the 30-goal mark and he leads all scorers with 30 goals and 61 points in 34 games. Den Duffy scored twice and added an assist for the Rocket (19-13-2), who have won back-to-back games, while Victor Provencher had a goal and two assists. Duffy has three goals and seven points in his last two outings and is second only to teammate Currie in league scoring with 58 points in 34 contests. Alex Micallef added a single goal to round out P.E.I.s offence. Aidan Kelly and Stephen Anderson each had a goal and an assist for the Sea Dogs (16-17-0), who lost for the first time in three outings, while Stephen MacAulay scored once. MacAulay has now picked up a point in four straight games and has two goals and five points in the process. Antoine Bibeau stopped 23-of-28 shots for his 10th victory of the season as Alex Fournier made 36 saves in a losing cause. Neither club could produce with the power play as P.E.I. went 0 for 2 and Saint John 0 for 3. Elsewhere in the QMHJL, it was: Cape Breton 7, Acadie-Bathurst 5; Quebec 3, Chicoutimi 2 (SO); Drummondville 3, Baie-Comeau 2; Rimouski 4, Shawinigan 1 and Victoriaville 3, Sherbrooke 0. At Charlottetown, Duffy scored twice in the first period to give the Rocket a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes of play. Provencher made it 3-0 for P.E.I. before Anderson put Saint John on the board at 12:36 of the second period. Micallef, however, restored a three-goal lead for the Rocket at 19:25. Currie made it 5-1 1:35 into the third period, however, Kelly and MacAulay scored back-to-back goals to bring the Sea Dogs within two goals. 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Allen hit Louis with a block after an interception by Antoine Winfield. Louis didnt see Allen coming, and his leg stuck in the turf on the hit and tore the ACL in his left knee. Several Bears, including coach Lovie Smith, said they thought the hit was unnecessary and dirty. "We have an injured player right now based on it," Smith said this week. "I think he could have gotten blocked a little bit differently, but thats about all I can probably say about it." Allen was unavailable for coomment on Wednesday, but said after the game he never intended to injure Louis.dddddddddddd "I never, ever try to intentionally hurt anybody," Allen said after the 28-10 loss to the Bears. "Just trying to make a block and spring our guys down sidelines. Thats unfortunate." Some wondered if the hit would earn Allen a suspension, but hes never had the reputation as a dirty player and has earned admiration across the league for his charitable work with wounded veterans. Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he had great respect for Allen, both as a player and a person. "I just think personally I have a lot of respect for him as Ive got to know him," Rodgers said. "I appreciate not only the way he plays on the field, and he plays hard and between the whistles, but especially the stuff that he does off the field with his foundation for the Wounded Warriors, thats just a very classy thing." ' ' '