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Friday Highlights: Young Wolves run wild on TSN

 

SUDBURY 8, KINGSTON 4
– The Sudbury Wolves skated to a second straight road win as 2022 NHL Draft prospect David Goyette scored an OHL season-high four goals, becoming the first Wolves player to score four in a game since Adam Ruzicka on Mar. 15, 2019.
– Rookie forward Kocha Delic racked up four assists while first overall 2021 OHL Priority Selection choice Quentin Musty scored twice.
– Marc Boudreau scored his first goal in a Wolves uniform.
– Francesco Arcuri and Lucas Edmonds each had a goal and an assist for the Frontenacs.
– Alec Belanger scored his first goal in a Frontenacs uniform.
– Kingston outshot Sudbury 48-28 as Mitchell Weeks turned aside 44 shots to earn third star honours for the Wolves.
– Sudbury pulls head of Peterborough for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, improving to 10-18-3-0.
– The Frontenacs drop a second straight decision, falling to 17-7-3-0 for fourth in the Eastern Conference.
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SARNIA 6, WINDSOR 5
– Boston Bruins prospect Ryan Mast celebrated his 19th birthday with his first career multi-goal effort, scoring the game winner with 2:56 remaining.
– The Sting rallied from down 5-3, scoring three unanswered goals in the latter half of the third period.
– Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Ty Voit racked up five assists for Sarnia while Nolan Burke had two goals and an assist.
– Detroit Red Wings prospect Pasquale Zito scored twice for Windsor while Will Cuylle and Andrew Perrott both had a goal and two assists.
– With three assists, Dallas Stars prospect Wyatt Johnston climbs into the OHL scoring lead with 57 points (20-37–57) in 30 games.
– The Spitfires outshot the Sting 34-23 and went 5-for-7 on the power play.
– Sarnia improves to 12-13-3-0, tied with Saginaw for the eight spot in the Western Conference.
– Windsor falls to 16-10-2-2, sitting tied for third in the Western Conference.
– The Spitfires have won three of five matchups against the Sting this season.
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OTTAWA 4, PETERBOROUGH 2
– Brady Stonehouse recorded his second straight multi-goal effort as the 67’s doubled-up the Petes.
– Vinzenz Rohrer scored the game winner 8:56 into the third period as Ottawa’s power play went 2-for-4 on the night.
– The 67’s snapped a four-game slide at TD Place, earning their first home win since Dec. 8th.
– Emmett Sproule had a goal and an assist for Peterborough while Philadelphia Flyers prospect Brian Zanetti scored his first OHL goal.
– St. Louis Blues prospect Will Cranley made 21 saves for the win in goal opposite Peterborough’s Michael Simpson, who stopped 26.
– Ottawa improves to 14-17-1-1 for seventh in the Eastern Conference.
– Peterborough suffers a third straight loss, trailing eighth place Sudbury by a point in the Eastern Conference.
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