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Pre-Season Pulse: Saturday September 18th

 

NORTH BAY 4, OWEN SOUND 2
Josh Currie broke a 2-2 tie 7:22 into the third period, scoring the unassisted difference maker as the Troops won their pre-season opener.
– Rookies Owen Van Steensel, Dalyn Wakely and Owen Outwater all scored for North Bay while defenceman Ty Nelson earned first star honours with an assist and a plus-2 rating.
Logan LeSage and Sam Sedley scored Owen Sound goals.
Reece Proulx stopped 28 of 30 for the win opposite Owen Sound rookie Corbin Votary who turned aside 26 shots.
GAME CENTRE

ERIE 7, SAGINAW 4
Noah Sedore and Cameron Lowe each scored twice as the Otters outgunned Saginaw, racking up 17 goals over two weekend victories on home ice.
– Rookie Kaleb Smith scored the game winner and finished with a goal and an assist.
– Saginaw blueliners Pavel Mintyukov (2G) and P.J. Forgione (1G, 1A) both had multi-point outings in the loss.
– Erie outshot Saginaw 32-16.
GAME CENTRE

KINGSTON 5, OTTAWA 1
– Rookie Paul Ludwinski followed-up a Thursday hat-trick by opening the scoring 7:41 into action.
– Overage forward Lucas Edmonds scored twice and was joined on the scoresheet by rookies Christopher Thibodeau and Mitchell Brooks.
– Ottawa newcomer Vsevolod Gaidamak scored in his 67’s pre-season debut.
– Kingston rookie Mason Vaccari carried a shutout to the midway point of the third period, stopping 22 of 23 for the win.
GAME CENTRE

NIAGARA 2, OSHAWA 0
Tucker Tynan was perfect in his pre-season debut, recording a 28-save shutout in his first OHL action since suffering a severe injury on Dec. 7, 2019.
– CHL Import Draft selection Rodwin Dionicio scored 9:28 into the first period, a lead Niagara would hold until Cameron Snow hit the empty net in the final minute.
– Oshawa’s Matthew Sbrocca stopped 33 of 34 in the loss, surrendering one goal before Niagara hit the empty net.
– The IceDogs rebound from a Friday night loss in Oshawa, outshooting the Generals 35-28.
GAME CENTRE

BARRIE 5, KITCHENER 4 – SO
– Last minute goals from Ryan Del Monte and Hunter Haight drew the Barrie Colts even, forcing a shootout where Del Monte would score the winner before a home crowd.
– Overage defender Nathan Allensen led the way with three points (1G, 2A) while Del Monte and Haight both finished with a goal and an assist.
– Kitchener rookie Carson Rehkopf tallied three points (2G, 1A) and was 10-for-15 in the faceoff circle while Mitchell Martin also scored twice.
– Czech netminder Pavel Cajan made 32 saves in his first OHL pre-season action as Kitchener was outshot 36-17. Barrie’s Tanner Wickware stopped 3-of-4 in the shootout to secure the win.
GAME CENTRE

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