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Saturday Highlights: One-goal margins Leaguewide

 

OTTAWA 3, NORTH BAY 2 – OT
– Vsevolod Gaidamak tied a League-high with his fifth game winning goal of the season, scoring 2:11 into overtime as the 67’s snapped a four-game slide.
– Cameron Tolnai tied the score at two midway through the third period as rookie Cooper Foster picked up his first OHL point with an assist.
– North Bay’s Kyle Jackson had a goal and an assist while Brandon Coe picked up a helper, extending his point streak to 11 games.
– Ottawa outshot North Bay 32-22 as Will Cranley earned the win opposite Battalion netminder Joe Vrbetic.
– The 67’s improve to 11-8-1-1, one point back of first place Hamilton in the East Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

SAGINAW 6, WINDSOR 5 – OT
– Josh Bloom set up Calem Mangone for the OT winner as the Spirit defeated the Spitfires 6-5 for a second straight night.
– Bloom collected his third four-point effort of the season, scoring his League-leading sixth shorthanded goal and now has more goals (15) than he did points (14) in all of the 2019-20 season.
– Draft eligible defender Pavel Mintyukov had two assists, recording his third consecutive multi-point game while extending his point streak to six contests.
– Windsor trailed 5-2 late in the second before three consecutive tied the score at five, forcing overtime.
– Chris O’Flaherty and Oliver Peer both scored their first career OHL goal for Windsor.
– Wyatt Johnston picked up two helpers to extend his point streak to 12 games.
– Brett Fullerton stopped 22 of 27 to earn the win in his first career OHL start.
– Saginaw improves to 10-7-1-0, one point back of first place Sault Ste. Marie in the West Division.
– The Spitfires have dropped three in a row, falling to 8-8-1-2.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

KINGSTON 5, HAMILTON 4 – SO
– Rookie forward Christopher Thibodeau was the shootout hero for Kingston, breaking the silence in the seventh round for a 5-4 victory.
– Ottawa Senators prospect Leevi Merilainen stopped all seven Hamilton shooters, improving to 13-for-13 in shootouts this season.
– Shane Wright and Lucas Edmonds each scored twice as the Frontenacs went 3-for-8 on the power play and outshot the Bulldogs 40-30.
– Dallas Stars prospect Francesco Arcuri collected three assists.
– Avery Hayes scored twice for Hamilton before Mark Duarte forced overtime, tying the score with 3:56 remaining.
– Marco Costantini helped the Dogs earn a point, making 36 saves before stopping six-of-seven in the shootout. The Bulldogs saw a three-game winning streak snapped.
– Kingston improves to 10-5-3-0, two points back of the first place Bulldogs in the East Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

LONDON 5, OWEN SOUND 4 – SO
– Antonio Stranges and Abakar Kazbekov scored shootout goals as the London Knights edged Owen Sound 5-4 on the road.
– Luke Evangelista earned first star honours with his League-leading 19th and 20th goals of the season.
– Colton Smith scored his 11th of the season and seventh on the power play to lead OHL rookies in both departments.
– Deni Goure recorded a goal and two assists while Cedrick Guindon had a goal and a helper. The two players combined for 24 shots on goal.
– Brett Brochu made a career-high 44 saves and recorded an assist, improving to 14-4-1-0 on the season.
– The Attack see a four-game winning streak on home ice come to an end, suffering their first loss at the Bayshore since Oct 27.
– Former 15th round OHL Priority Selection choice Nicholas Yearwood made his OHL debut for London.
– The Knights lead the OHL with a record of 15-4-1-0.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

GUELPH 3, ERIE 2
– Braeden Bowman scored the game winner with 6:06 remaining in the second period, his ninth goal of the season.
– Jacob Oster earned third star honours, stopping 25 of 27.
– Brendan Sellan brought the bears to the ice 4:57 into the first period on Teddy Bear Toss Night in Erie.
– Nolan Lalonde earned second star recognition with 36 saves.
– Sasha Pastujov was held off the scoresheet in consecutive games for the first time all season.
– The Storm have won three straight one-goal decisions, improving to 12-6-1-1 for second in the Midwest Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

 

BARRIE 5, NIAGARA 4 – SO
– Mack Guzda stopped an overtime breakaway with two seconds remaining before denying three shootout opponents as the Colts beat visiting Niagara 5-4 on an Ethan Cardwell winner.
– Los Angeles Kings prospect Brandt Clarke collected three assists while fellow blueliner Nathan Allensen had a goal and an assist.
– Barrie’s Roenick Jodoin and Tai York each picked up assists in their OHL debut.
– San Jose Sharks prospect Danil Gushchin scored twice for Niagara.
– The Colts climb to 9-7-2-0 for third in the Central Division.
– The IceDogs lose their fourth straight, falling to 5-13-0-1.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

SARNIA 4, FLINT 3
– The Sarnia Sting fell behind 2-0 before scoring four consecutive goals to pull ahead for good in a 4-3 road win.
– Defenceman Ethan Ritchie scored his first in a Sting uniform.
– Nolan Dann extended his point streak to 11 games with a goal in a third straight contest.
– Theo Hill’s sixth of the season two minutes into the third period stood as the game winner.
– New York Rangers prospect Brennan Othmann had a goal and two assists as well as nine shots on goal.
– San Jose Sharks prospect Ben Gaudreau stopped 27 of 30 for the win.
– Sarnia improves to 8-7-3-0, drawing even with the third place Firebirds in the West Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

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