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Friday Highlights: Goalies get the job done

 

Barrie Colts 4, Sudbury Wolves 3

  • Chris Grisolia’s second of the night with 7:08 remaining in the third period was the game winner as the Colts overcame a 3-1 deficit to win
  • Ben West made 42 saves for Barrie as the Colts won despite being outshot 45-32
  • Seattle Kraken prospect David Goyette led the way for Sudbury with two goals and an assist
  • Derek MacKenzie made his coaching debut for Sudbury before a crowd of 4,727

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Kingston Frontenacs 5, Soo Greyhounds 4 – SO

  • The Greyhounds overcame a 4-1 deficit with three third period goals, but Kingston prevailed in a shootout on goals from Francesco Arcuri and Maddox Callens
  • Arcuri had two goals and an assist on the night as the Frontenacs were short on the back end, with Paul Hughes slotting in on defence
  • Sault Ste. Marie won 53 of the game’s 69 faceoffs as Bryce McConnell-Barker had a goal, assist and 10 shots on goal
  • Sault Ste. Marie outshot Kingston 48-15 as Fronts netminder Ivan Zhigalov was the game’s first star with 44 saves
  • Defenceman Alessandro Petreccia made his OHL debut for Kingston

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Kitchener Rangers 3, North Bay Battalion 2

  • Joseph Serpa scored twice, with Roman Schmidt gathering a pair of primary assists for the Rangers
  • Marcus Vandenberg earned first star honours, making 39 saves for the win as Kitchener was outshot 41-20
  • Dalyn Wakely scored his 10th goal of the season for North Bay as the Troops fell to Kitchener for the second time in a week

Game Centre | Rangers Post-Game | Battalion Post-Game

 

Owen Sound Attack 3, Oshawa Generals 2

  • 2023 NHL Draft prospect Colby Barlow scored the game winner with 3:43 remaining in the third period
  • James Petrovski made his Attack debut, collecting an assist on the game winner
  • Nick Chenard returned to the Attack crease, making 19 saves for the win in his first start since Oct. 21
  • Generals captain Lleyton Moore had a pair of assists as Oshawa suffered a seventh straight loss

Game Centre | Attack Post-Game

 

Flint Firebirds 6, London Knights 4

  • Marko Stojkov’s first career OHL goal with 2:18 remaining stood as the game winner as the Firebirds extended their point streak to six games
  • Zacharie Giroux scored a pair of goals for the Firebirds while Dmitry Kuzmin and Amadeus Lombardi both had a goal and a helper
  • Oliver Bonk recorded a pair of assists for London as the Knights had their four-game winning streak snapped

Game Centre | Firebirds Post-Game

 

Peterborough Petes 7, Mississauga Steelheads 3

  • New Jersey Devils prospect Chase Stillman recorded a career-high four goals and an assist
  • Brennan Othmann collected a pair of helpers and blueliner Samuel Mayer finished with a plus-5 rating
  • Mississauga lost despite outshooting Peterborough 34-30 as goaltender Michael Simpson made 31 saves for the Petes

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Sarnia Sting 3, Windsor Spitfires 2

  • Cooper Way scored the deciding goal 4:48 into the third period as Sarnia earned its 10th win
  • Anaheim Ducks prospect Sasha Pastujov scored in his Sting debut, firing home his 12th of the season
  • Sting rookie Porter Martone scored his first career OHL goal and added an assist in his return from the World U17 Hockey Challenge
  • Rookie defender Lukas Fischer made his OHL debut for Sarnia

Game Centre | Spitfires Post-Game

 

Guelph Storm 6, Niagara IceDogs 4

  • The Storm overcame a 3-1 deficit, scoring five consecutive goals to wrestle away momentum and defeat Niagara on home ice
  • Max Namestnikov scored twice in his Storm debut while Winnipeg Jets prospect Danny Zhilkin joined him with two goals and Matthew Poitras racked up four assists
  • Gavin Grundner scored his first career OHL goal for the Storm
  • Guelph outshot Niagara 44-28 as Owen Flores turned aside 38 shots in the loss
  • Guelph’s Brayden Gillespie earned his first OHL win with a 24-save performance

Game Centre | IceDogs Post-Game

 

Ottawa 67’s 4, Hamilton Bulldogs 3

  • Ottawa climbed ahead 3-0 in the first period, giving them enough to withstand a late Hamilton surge and hold on for their eighth straight win
  • Thomas Sirman extended his point streak to five games, scoring the game winner
  • Gavin White recorded a pair of assists for Hamilton as the Bulldogs saw their three-game winning streak snapped

Game Centre | 67’s Post-Game | Bulldogs Post-Game

 

 

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