Friday Highlights: Storm outpower Petes on TSN


Peterborough Petes 4, Guelph Storm 6

  • Ben McFarlane, Chandler Romeo and Jesse Fishman scored third period goals in a span of 1:05 as the Storm climbed ahead for good
  • Braeden Bowman extended his goal-scoring streak to six games with a pair of markers, giving him 17 in 28 games this season
  • Bruins prospect Matthew Poitras scored to extend his point streak to six games
  • Canucks pick Connor Lockhart scored twice for Peterborough while Seattle Kraken prospect Tucker Robertson had three helpers
  • Patrick Leaver made 24 saves to improve to 3-0 in a Storm uniform

Game Centre | Petes Post-Game


Ottawa 67’s 2, Kitchener Rangers 4

  • Winnipeg Jets prospect Danny Zhilkin had two goals and an assist to lead Kitchener over first place Ottawa
  • Marco Costantini faced twin brother Anthony, stopping 32 of 34 shots in the win
  • LA Kings prospect Francesco Pinelli faced younger brother Luca, scoring and adding an assist
  • Cameron Tolnai and Caden Kelly scored Ottawa goals as the 67’s remained without injured Logan Morrison and Vinzenz Rohrer
  • The Rangers improve to 17-19-2-0, three points back of eighth place Sault Ste. Marie in the Western Conference

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


North Bay Battalion 4, Mississauga Steelheads 5

  • Zander Veccia scored in the opening minute of the first and second periods before scoring the third period game winner to complete his first OHL hat trick
  • James Hardie recorded a second straight four-assist outing, extending his current point streak to nine games
  • Edmonton Oilers prospect Matvey Petrov followed-up a Thursday hat trick with a goal and two helpers
  • Kyle McDonald, Ty Nelson and Pasquale Zito each had a goal and an assist
  • Alessio Beglieri made 28 saves for the win as Mississauga kept pace ahead of Kingston for fifth place in the Eastern Conference

Game Centre | Steelheads Post-Game


Erie Otters 3, Sarnia Sting 4

  • Dallas Stars prospect Christian Kyrou scored the third period game winner against his former club, his 12th goal of the season
  • Sting captain Nolan Dillingham scored shorthanded while Nolan Burke and Ethan Ritchie added other goals
  • 2023 NHL Draft prospect Carey Terrance scored a shorthanded penalty shot for Erie while Colby Saganiuk logged two assists
  • The Sting outshot the Otters 29-19, improving to 20-14-4-2 for fifth in the Western Conference

Game CentreOtters Post-Game


Oshawa Generals 2, Kingston Frontenacs 3

  • Frontenacs captain Paul Ludwinski set up Maddox Callens for the deciding goal with 5:40 remaining
  • Gage Heyes and Owen Outwater also scored Kingston goals in front of a 28-save performance from Ivan Zhigalov
  • Calum Ritchie and Stuart Rolofs each scored their 16th of the season for Oshawa
  • Raine Nadeau made his OHL debut for Kingston in the win
  • The Fronts improve to 20-19-1-1, good for sixth in the Western Conference.
  • The 15-21-1-3 Generals sit five points back of eighth place Sudbury in the Eastern Conference

Game Centre | Frontenacs Post-Game | Generals Post-Game


Hamilton Bulldogs 2, Sudbury Wolves 5

  • Five different Wolves had multi-point outings as Sudbury racked up 50 shots in a win over Hamilton
  • Chase Coughlan scored his first in a Wolves uniform while Marc Boudreau scored in a fourth straight game
  • Jorian Donovan and Cole Brown both had a goal and an assist for the Bulldogs
  • Sudbury has points in their last five, improving to 17-18-3-2, five points up on Oshawa for the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference
  • The Bulldogs sit at 18-19-4-0, one point up on Sudbury

Game Centre | Wolves Post-Game | Bulldogs Post-Game


Flint Firebirds 5, Soo Greyhounds 1

  • Nolan Dann scored twice, earning first star honours as Flint shook-off a four-game slide, improving to 6-0 against Sault Ste. Marie
  • Rookie netminder Nathan Day stopped 26 of 27 opposite Samuel Ivanov, who also made 26 saves
  • Marco Mignosa opened the scoring for the Greyhounds before they surrendered five unanswered
  • Flint improves to 20-18-2-1, good for sixth in the Western Conference

Game Centre | Firebirds Post-Game | Greyhounds Post-Game


Owen Sound Attack 1, London Knights 9

  • George Diaco led the way with a goal and three assists while Seattle Kraken prospect Ryan Winterton had a goal and two helpers
  • Brody Crane scored twice for London while Montreal Canadiens pick Logan Mailloux had three assists
  • Ethan MacKinnon was a plus-4, returning to the lineup for the first time since Nov. 20th
  • Brett Brochu made 28 saves to record his 80th career OHL win
  • Landen Hookey opened the scoring 14 seconds into the first period before Owen Sound proceeded to surrender nine unanswered

Game Centre | Attack Post-Game

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