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Friday Highlights: Katchouk comes through

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SAULT STE. MARIE 4 LONDON 3 OT
A night after their perfect road record fell by the wayside in Windsor, the Soo Greyhounds got back on track as Tampa Bay Lightning prospect Boris Katchouk (4, 5) scored twice in a 5-4 overtime win in London. Gustav Bouramman (1) and Morgan Frost (6) also scored for the Hounds, who improve to 9-5-1-0 and 6-1-0-0 on the road. The Greyhounds were outshot 34-25, getting a 31-save effort from Joseph Raaymakers who was beaten on goals by London’s Owen MacDonald (2), Janne Kuokkanen (6) and Cliff Pu (7). The loss ends London’s three game winning streak.
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BARRIE 5 NIAGARA 4 SO
Anthony Stefano lifted the Barrie Colts to a 5-4 win in Niagara, scoring the shootout winner as the Colts had a 47-save effort from goaltender Christian Propp. Roy Radke (5, 6) scored twice while Lucas Chiodo (4) and Adrian Carbonara (4) also found the back of the net. Graham Knott (4) scored in the third period to force overtime as the IceDogs gained a point in the loss. Chris Paquette (8), Oliver Castleman (4) and Ryan Mantha (4) also tallied for Niagara while Stephen Dhillon made 44 saves. Barrie improves to 6-6-2-0 with the win.
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SARNIA 5 MISSISSAUGA 2
Ryan McGregor (3) had a goal and an assist while Justin Fazio made 34 saves as the Sarnia Sting defeated the visiting Mississauga Steelheads 5-2. Anthony Salinitri (6), Jeff King (4), Franco Sproviero (2) and Louis Latta (1) also scored for Sarnia as the Sting improve to 9-3-1-0. Damian Bourne (2) and Aidan McFarland (4) scored for Mississauga as the Steelheads fell to 5-6-1-1.
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OSHAWA 3 SUDBURY 1
The Oshawa Generals keep finding a way to gain points, doing so for the fourth straight game in a 3-1 road win in Sudbury. Jack Studnicka (6), Daniel Robertson (1) and Eric Henderson (4) scored for the Gens while goaltender Kyle Keyser earned first star honours with a 33-save performance. Macauley Carson (7) scored the lone goal for Sudbury as the Wolves suffered their third straight loss. Zack Bowman made 32 saves for Sudbury.
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GUELPH 3 OWEN SOUND 1
The Guelph Storm avenged a Wednesday night loss in Owen Sound as Detroit Red Wings prospect Givani Smith (6, 7) scored twice in a 3-1 victory on home ice. Nate Schnarr (7) also tickled the twine while goaltender Liam Herbst earned first star honours with a 41-save performance. Nick Suzuki (6) provided the lone goal for the Attack who lost despite outshooting Guelph 42-29. The Storm improve to 6-7-1-1.
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KITCHENER 2 PETERBOROUGH 0
Chris McGonigle made 32 saves for his first career OHL shutout as the Kitchener Rangers blanked the visiting Peterborough Petes 2-0. Jacob Cascagnette (4) and Adam Mascherin (8) scored as the blueshirts claimed their third straight win, improving to 9-3-0-1. Peterborough’s Dylan Wells made 28 saves in the loss as the Petes fall to 6-6-0-2.
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KINGSTON 3 FLINT 0
Carolina Hurricanes prospect Jeremy Helvig stopped all 22 shots he faced for his third shutout of the season as the Kingston Frontenacs defeated the visiting Flint Firebirds 3-0. Linus Nyman (6), Liam Murray (1) and Stephen Desrocher (3) all scored for Kingston as the Frontenacs improved to 6-6-1-0. Rookie blueliner Eemeli Rasanen had a pair of assists in the victory. Flint’s third straight loss sees them fall to 7-7-0-1.
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