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Friday Highlights: High-scoring Hounds strike for seven

 

SAULT STE. MARIE 7, GUELPH 2
– The Greyhounds scored fiveΒ goals on 21 first period shots, never looking back in a 7-2 win.
– Calgary Flames prospect Rory Kerins recorded his fourth 4+ point effort of the season with two goals and two assists, going 11-for-15 in the faceoff circle.
– Robert Calisti scored his League-leading eight of the season by a defenceman.
– Tye Kartye scored his 19th of the season, capitalizing for his League-leading 13th power play goal.
– Sasha Pastujov and Daniil Chayka were Guelph scorers as the Storm saw their four-game winning streak snapped.
– Sault Ste. Marie leads the West Division with a 13-9-0-0 record, and has scored a League-leading 95 goals.
– The Storm sit five points back of first place London in the Midwest Division with a 13-7-1-1 record.
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MISSISSAUGA 1, OTTAWA 0
– Joe Ranger made 22 saves for his second shutout of the season as the Steelheads put consecutive losses in their rearview mirror.
– Aidan Prueter’s power play goal 11:09 into the first period was all Mississauga needed to collect two points.
– Ottawa’s Max Donoso stopped 31 of 32 in his second OHL start.
– The Steelheads improve to 12-6-1-1, four points back of first place North Bay in the Central Division.
– Ottawa has lost three straight, falling to 11-11-1-1 for third in the East Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

NORTH BAY 5, HAMILTON 2
– OHL scoring leader Brandon Coe led the way with two goals and an assist as the Battalion maintained their grip on first in the Eastern Conference.
– Edmonton Oilers prospect Matvey Petrov had three assists while recently-named OHL Player of the Month Kyle Jackson had a goal and a helper.
– Hamilton’s George Diaco extended his point streak to 11 games with his 10th goal of the season.
– Bulldogs defender Nathan Staios played in his 200th career OHL contest.
– North Bay outshot Hamilton 37-21, going 2-for-5 on the power play.
– The 12-6-2-2 Bulldogs trail first place Kingston by one point in the East Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

KINGSTON 5, OSHAWA 0
– Ottawa Senators prospect Leevi Merilainen made 28 saves for his first OHL shutout.
– Jordan Frasca brought down the teddy bears 2:57 into the second period.
– LA Kings prospect Martin Chromiak scored his 10th and 11th goals of the season.
– 2022 NHL Draft prospect Shane Wright finished with three assists, giving him five points over his last two games.
– Dallas Stars prospect Francesco Arcuri had a pair of assists to stretch his point streak to 10 games.
– Kingston takes possession of first place in the East Division, improving to 13-5-3-0 with a fourth straight win.
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WINDSOR 7, SARNIA 5
– Dallas Stars prospect Wyatt Johnston extended his point streak to 14, recording a career-high six points (2-4–6) as the Spitfires shook-off a four-game slide. Johnston’s six points are the most in a single game by a Spitfire since Josh Ho-Sang (2-4–6) on Feb. 9, 2014.
– Trailing 6-2, Sarnia scored three straight third period goals inside the final five minutes to pull within one.
– Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Ty Voit had three assists for Sarnia.
– Sting rookies Andrei Malyavin and Ben Lalkin both scored their first career OHL goal.
– Windsor climbs into second in the West Division with a 9-8-2-2 record.
– Sarnia falls to 8-9-3-0.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

KITCHENER 4, OWEN SOUND 3
– Rookie Carson Rehkopf scored the deciding goal 7:44 into the third period as the Rangers came back to defeat Owen Sound.
– Reid Valade scored the third period tying goal and racked up 11 shots on goal for the Rangers.
– Owen Sound’s Ethan Burroughs posted his first two-goal game of the season.
– The Attack outshot the Rangers 42-27 and went 1-for-10 on the power play compared to Kitchener’s 0-for-2 mark in a physical affair.
– Kitchener rookie Jackson Parsons made 39 saves for the win.
– The Rangers win a second straight, improving to 10-10-0-0, one point back of third place Owen Sound in the Midwest Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

LONDON 4, ERIE 1
– 2022 NHL Draft prospect Ruslan Gazizov recorded his first multi-goal effort, scoring twice in a 4-1 win.
– Luke Evangelista strung together three assists, giving him 17 points over his last six games.
– Carolina Hurricanes prospect Bryce Montgomery scored his first career OHL goal.
– Brendan Hoffmann scored the lone Erie goal.
– Brett Brochu stopped 32 of 33 as the Knights were outshot 33-27.
– Tye McSorley made his Knights debut, wearing number 12.
– Jackson Edward returned to the Knights lineup for the first time since Nov. 9th.
– London leads the Midwest Division with a record of 16-4-1-0.
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