Sunday’s action featured a first career shutout and a first career OHL goal. Here’s a closer look at Sunday’s milestones.
COLE CECI (OSHAWA GENERALS):
Nineteen-year-old goaltender Cole Ceci made 35 saves to record his first career OHL shutout as the Oshawa Generals blanked the visiting Mississauga Steelheads 6-0. Ceci joined the Generals earlier this month after time spent in both the Hamilton Bulldogs and Guelph Storm organizations. The Ottawa native is the younger brother of former OHL defenceman Cody Ceci and was a 10th round pick of the Belleville Bulls in 2014.
RICKARD HUGG (KITCHENER RANGERS):
Swedish winger Rickard Hugg got the monkey off his back in Sudbury on Sunday, scoring his first career OHL goal on his 36th shot of the season. Hugg has a total of 13 assists over 25 games this season and lit the lamp for the first time on an assist from captain Connor Bunnaman. The Rangers fell 4-2 to the Wolves, but Hugg had a game to remember. He was Kitchener’s second round pick in the CHL Import Draft this past summer.