Milestone Moments: Nov. 1/17


Three players scored their first career OHL goals on Wednesday including Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds teammates Cole MacKay and Rasmus Sandin as well as Sudbury Wolves forward Noah Serre. Here’s a closer look at those goals.


Cole MacKay opened the scoring 6:07 into the first period on Wednesday, taking advantage of a Sudbury Wolves turnover claimed by linemate Boris Katchouk. MacKay finished from close quarters, putting a puck underneath Sudbury goaltender Jake McGrath. MacKay spent the 2017-18 season with the Kitchener Rangers Minor Midgets before being drafted in the fifth round by the Greyhounds. The 16-year-old has two goals, three assists and five points in as many games this season.


Swedish blueliner Rasmus Sandin scored his first career OHL goal in his third game of the season, finishing off a pretty passing play with Morgan Frost and Boris Katchouk. Sandin scored 12:02 into the second period in what was an eventual 5-4 Greyhounds overtime win on home ice over the Sudbury Wolves. Sandin was Sault Ste. Marie’s first round pick in the 2017 CHL Import Draft and is considered a coveted prospect for the 2018 NHL Draft.


Noah Serre scored his first career OHL goal in his first game on Wednesday, getting some help from 16-year-old linemate Anthony Tabak before beating Sault Ste. Marie’s Tyler Johnson through the five-hole. A 19-year-old Sudbury native, Serre has spent this season with the NOJHL’s Rayside-Balfour Canadians, recording eight points (3-5–8) over 17 contests. He is a former Great North Midget League champion with the Soo Thunderbirds in 2015.



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