Saturday Highlights: Sirizzotti shines for Greyhounds

Windsor Spitfires 2, Soo Greyhounds 8

  • Brenden Sirizzotti scored twice and set up three more as the Hounds put a season-high eight goals past the Spitfires
  • The veteran winger is scoring at a point-per-game clip after 37 games in Sault. Ste. Marie
  • Canucks prospect Kirill Kudryavtsev scored and added an assist, earning second-star honours
  • Hounds forward Owen Allard scored an incredible goal while falling in the Play of the Night
  • Spitfires forward Jacob Maillet’s goal at the end of the second period was his 75th point of the campaign
  • Mathias Onuska made 44 saves in the losing effort

Game CentreGreyhounds Post-Game


Guelph Storm 5, Erie Otters 2

  • The Storm scored four unanswered goals to erase a 1-0 lead, earning their 15th road win of the season
  • Braeden Bowman scored his 31st of the season and set up 2022 first-round pick Jett Luchanko’s game-winning goal within 50 seconds in the second period
  • Blues pick Michael Buchinger had three helpers, taking his season total to 50. Only three defencemen have more
  • Bruins pick Matthew Poitras’s 73 assists are the third most in a single season in franchise history
  • Otters defenceman Artyom Kulakov opened the scoring in his 100th OHL game
  • NHL Draft prospect Ondrej Molnar had a pair of assists

Game Centre | Otters Post-Game


London Knights 3, Flint Firebirds 4

  • Gavin Hayes and Riley Piercey scored 15 seconds apart midway through the third period to erase a 3-2 deficit and earn the Firebirds their eighth-consecutive home win
  • Hayes picked up a pair of goals to extend his point streak to five games. The Blackhawks prospect has nine goals and 12 points during that span
  • The Firebirds are 9-1-0-0 and have won eight straight at home, currently sitting four points out of home-ice advantage in the first round
  • Red Wings prospect Amadeus Lombardi broke Kole Sherwood’s 2016-17 single-season assist record with his 53 assist on the game’s opening goal and added his 54th on Riley Piercey’s game-winner
  • Knights veteran forwards Sean McGurn and Max McCue each had a goal and an assist
  • Oliver Bonk picked up his 30th assist of the season on McGurn’s opener, good enough for fourth among first-time NHL Draft-eligible defenceman

Game Centre | Firebirds Post-Game


Hamilton Bulldogs 3, Saginaw Spirit 5

  • Sebastian Gervais’ third-period tally stood as the game-winner as the Spirit scored three unanswered goals to overcome a 2-1 first-period deficit
  • Wild second-round pick Hunter Haight scored a pair of goals in a first-star performance
  • Mitchell Smith and Michael Misa each had two helpers
  • Bulldogs OA centreman Sahil Panwar had a goal and two assists. Defenceman Lucas Moore and Artem Grushnikov also scored for Hamilton

Game Centre | Spirit Post-Game


Kingston Frontenacs 3, Sarnia Sting 4

  • Rookie forward Marcus Limpar-Lantz broke a 3-3 tie, scoring the game-winner 2:31 into the final frame
  • The Sting sit three points behind second-place London and five points behind first-place Windsor with a game in hand on both
  • Predators prospect Nolan Burke’s 50th goal of the season was also his 23rd power-play goal, tying him with Steven Stamkos for the most in a season in franchise history
  • Blue Jackets prospect Luca Del Bel Belluz was named first star of the game with a one-goal, one-assist performance
  • Maple Leafs prospect Ty Voit picked up his 78th assist
  • NHL Draft prospect Ethan Miedema picked up his 30th assist of the season
  • Alec Belanger and Maddox Callens scored 57 seconds apart on the same penalty-kill to tie the game at three late in the second period

Game CentreFrontenacs Post-Game


Niagara IceDogs 4, Barrie Colts 11

  • Brandt Clarke set a career-high for points in a single game with a hat trick and two assists as the Colts put a season-best 11 goals past the IceDogs
  • The LA Kings prospect extended his point streak to 15 games: the 2021 eighth-overall pick has 11 goals and 35 points during that span
  • Golden Knights pick Artur Cholach had a career-high four helpers, earning second-star honours
  • Evan Vierling picked up an assist to extend his point streak to 14 games (12-20-32)
  • Sharks pick Ethan Cardwell scored two goals, including the game-winner, and prolonged his point streak to 11 games (14-8-22)
  • Colts winger Cooper Matthews had a career-best three assists
  • Barrie improves to 8-1-0-1 in the last 10 games, sitting two points behind North Bay for the Central Division lead
  • Kevin He, Zakary Lavoie, Michael Podolioukh, and Declan Waddick all scored as the IceDogs dropped their final road game of the season

Game CentreIceDogs Post-Game


Kitchener Rangers 3, Owen Sound Attack 2 – OT

  • Canadiens prospect Filip Mesar set up Kitchener native Matthew Sop for the overtime winner as the Rangers overcame a 2-1 deficit
  • Kitchener finishes the season series with a 4-2-2-0 record against the seventh-place Attack, but sits two points behind them with four games remaining
  • NHL Draft prospect Carson Rehkopf assisted two goals, taking his season total to 29
  • Francesco Arcuri’s point streak ended at 10 games, the longest of any Ranger this campaign
  • OA netminder Marco Costantini stopped 40 to earn his 23rd win of the season

Game Centre | Rangers Post-Game | Attack Post-Game

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