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Saturday Highlights: Poitras piling up points as Storm win again

 

Kitchener Rangers 3, Guelph Storm 5

  • For the second consecutive game, Bruins prospect Matt Poitras put up four points to lead Guelph to victory
  • The newest member of the Storm, Max Namestnikov, scored a highlight-reel goal and added an assist. He has three goals and three assists in his first two games in a Guelph uniform
  • NHL Draft-eligible forward Carson Rekhopf scored his seventh goal of the season
  • The Storm retired Ryan Callahan’s #24 prior to puck drop

Game Centre | Rangers Post-GameStorm Post-Game

 

Saginaw Spirit 5, Hamilton Bulldogs 2

  • Michael Misa enjoyed the fourth multi-goal game of his OHL career, earning first-star honours
  • 2021 second-round pick Nic Sima scored his first goal as a member of the Spirit
  • Saginaw has now won six straight games and leads the West Division with a 14-6-1-0 record
  • Bulldogs forward Avery Hayes scored his fifth goal in as many games

Game Centre | Spirit Post-Game | Bulldogs Post-Game

 

London Knights 7, Flint Firebirds 4

  • Knights forward Sean McGurn scored a goal and set up two to extend his point streak to 11 games. During that period, he has six goals and 13 assists
  • Overage forward George Diaco led the way offensively for London, with a goal and three assists
  • Goaltender Zach Bowen stopped 24 of the 28 shots he faced to improve to 3-1 on the season
  • Firebirds defenceman Tyler Deline enjoyed his first-career multi-goal game

Game Centre | Firebirds Post-Game

 

Sarnia Sting 2, Barrie Colts 3

  • The Colts came back from a 2-0 deficit as Head Coach Marty Williamson recorded the 500th win of his OHL career
  • Evan Vierling scored the OT winner for Barrie, his sixth career game-winning goal
  • Rookie defenceman Lukas Fischer scored his first goal for the Sting after signing with the team this week

Game Centre | Sting Post-Game

 

North Bay Battalion 6, Owen Sound Attack 3

  • Dalyn Wakely scored two goals, including the game-winner as the Battalion improve to 8-2-0-0 in their last 10 games
  • North Bay’s Ty Nelson had two assists and seven shots on goal, earning third-star honours
  • NHL Draft-eligible winger Colby Barlow scored a goal and set up another for the Attack, he leads all draft eligibles with 12 goals on the campaign

Game Centre | Battalion Post-Game

 

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