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Friday Highlights: Rangers return to winning ways

 

KITCHENER 5, SAULT STE. MARIE 4
– The Rangers stayed a step ahead of the Greyhounds on the scoreboard, with Mitchell Martin scoring the third period game winner with 11:58 remaining.
– Overage defenceman Justin Nolet earned first star honours with his first career two-goal contest.
– The win snaps a Rangers three-game slide, giving them their first win at The Aud since Oct. 23.
– Tye Kartye scored his 16th and 17th of the season for the Greyhounds.
– Pavel Cajan made 36 saves for the win opposite Sault Ste. Marie’s Samuel Ivanov who stopped 34.
– Kitchener improves to 9-10-0-0 for fourth in the Midwest Division.
– The Greyhounds drop a second straight road decision but still lead the West Division with an 11-9-0-0 record.
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OSHAWA 4, OTTAWA 3 – OT
– A five-goal first period saw the 67’s climb out of a 2-0 hole to lead 3-2 after 20 minutes.
– Ryan Gagnier tied the score at three 2:13 into the third before Boston Bruins prospect Brett Harrison’s second of the night was the game winner 36 seconds into overtime.
– Andrew Whitton scored his first career OHL goal for the Generals.
– Defencemen accounted for two of three Ottawa goals, coming off the sticks of Matthew Mayich and Anthony Costantini.
– Jack Dever had an assist in his OHL debut for the 67’s, joining teammate Cooper Foster in his first career contest.
– Ottawa outshot Oshawa 36-22 as Patrick Leaver made 33 saves for the win.
– The Generals improve to 9-6-1-2, handing the 67’s their fourth straight loss and now sit one point back of the second place Barber Poles in the East Division.
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NORTH BAY 5, KINGSTON 2
– Kyle Jackson recorded his third four-point effort of the season with two goals and two assists.
–Β OHL scoring leader Brandon Coe posted two assists, giving him six consecutive multi-point efforts.
– Edmonton Oilers prospect Matvey Petrov scored his 16th of the season, extending his point streak to seven games.
– Nathan Poole scored his first career OHL goal for the Frontenacs.
– Ottawa Senators prospect Ben Roger made his Frontenacs debut.
– Kingston’s Lucas Edmonds saw a seven-game point streak snapped.
– North Bay outshot Kingston 34-26 as Joe Vrbetic made 24 saves for his fourth straight win.
– The Battalion improve to 13-7-0-1, three points up on Mississauga and Hamilton for first in the Eastern Conference.
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GUELPH 3, LONDON 2
– Ben McFarlane scored shorthanded and set up Cooper Walker for the third period game winner.
– Brett Brochu earned second star honours for London with 34 saves as the Knights were outshot 37-27.
– Luke Evangelista provided both London goals, giving him 18 on the season to tie Guelph’s Sasha Pastujov for the most in the League.
– Owen Bennett made 25 saves for the win.
– The Storm improve to 11-6-1-1, five points back of first place London in the Midwest.
– Rookie defenceman Carson Lloyd made his OHL debut for London.
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SAGINAW 6, WINDSOR 5
– Saginaw led 6-2 after two periods before the Spitfires made a comeback push in the third, falling a goal short.
– The Spirit had six different goal-scorers, capitalizing on just 19 shots.
– Top 2022 NHL Draft prospect Pavel Mintyukov earned first star honours with a goal and an assist.
– Matthew Maggio returned to the Windsor lineup to record a goal and two assists.
– Dallas Stars prospect Wyatt Johnston scored to extend his point streak to 11 games.
– The son of former Spits captain Mike Martin and nephew of long-time forward Jeff Martin, Ethan Martin scored his first career OHL goal for Windsor.
– Veterans Nick Wong and T-Bone Codd returned to the Spirit lineup.
– Saginaw improves to 9-7-1-0, pulling to within three points of first place Sault Ste. Marie in the West Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

SUDBURY 2, MISSISSAUGA 1
– Mitchell Weeks stopped 38 of 39 to help the Wolves snap Mississauga’s 11-game run of undefeated hockey in regulation.
– Chase Stillman and Landon McCallum scored Wolves goals.
– Rookie Zakary Lavoie scored his fifth goal in the last five games for Mississauga.
– Mississauga outshot Sudbury 39-28, suffering their first regulation loss since Oct. 24.
– The Wolves improve to 8-12-1-0 for fourth place in the Central Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

FLINT 6, SARNIA 3
– The Flint Firebirds let a 3-0 lead slip away, only to finish strong with three unanswered in the third period.
– Gavin Hayes scored the game winner with 5:46 remaining, giving him three points on the night.
– New York Rangers prospect Brennan Othmann collected three assists.
– Ty Petrou scored his first career OHL goal for Flint.
– Sarnia’s Nolan Dann scored to extend his point streak to 10 games, a span in which he’s scored nine times.
– Luke Cavallin stopped 34 of 37 for the win.
– Flint is now 9-6-0-1, three points back of first place Sault Ste. Marie in the West Division.
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