Saturday Highlights: Terrance tallies twice as Otters treat capacity crowd to victory


Kitchener Rangers 4, Erie Otters 6

  • Draft-eligible centreman Carey Terrance scored a shorthanded goal and set up Ondrej Molnar’s game-winner within a 1:14 span in the third period before adding an empty-net goal
  • Sharks pick Liam Gilmartin scored a pair of goals to take his season total to eight
  • After dropping their first two matchups of the season, The Otters have now beaten the Rangers the last two times they have faced off
  • Rangers captain Francesco Pinelli opened the scoring for Kitchener and added three assists
  • Draft-eligible forward Carson Rehkopf scored and added an assist: he has three points in two games since being named MVP of the CHL Top Prospects game on Wednesday

Game Centre | Rangers Post-GameOtters Post-Game


Ottawa 67’s 4, Hamilton Bulldogs 5 – OT

  • Draft-eligible winger Cole Brown scored the overtime winner as Hamilton knocked off the first-place 67’s for the third time in four games this season
  • OA forward Sahil Panwar scored two goals and added an assist to earn first-star honours
  • Logan Morrison scored and was named the third star upon his return to Hamilton
  • Pavel Mintyukov converted on a two-on-one to net his first goal in a 67’s uniform
  • Draft-eligible forward Brad Gardiner scored a goal and set up two more for Ottawa
  • The 67’s have now lost four straight games for the first time this season

Game Centre | 67’s Post-Game | Bulldogs Post-Game


Sudbury Wolves 3, Owen Sound Attack 4

  • 2023 NHL Draft prospect Colby Barlow scored twice to pull into the OHL goal-scoring lead with 36 tallies on the season; he scored his league-leading 10th game winner
  • Ethan Burroughs joined Barlow with two goals, giving him a total of 19 on the season
  • Defenceman Sam Sedley finished with three assists to give him 39 points (5-34–39) in 43 games; Cedrick Guindon and Deni Goure had two assists each
  • Seattle Kraken prospect David Goyette scored his 30th for Sudbury, giving him back-to-back 30-goal seasons
  • Corbin Votary stopped 37 of 40 as the Attack won their fourth in a row, improving to 25-15-4-1

Game Centre | Attack Post-Game


Barrie Colts 6, Flint Firebirds 4

  • Colts captain Brandt Clarke scored two goals 23 seconds apart in the first period and was a +4. The Kings first-round pick has 15 points in eight games since returning to Barrie
  • Beau Jelsma scored the game-winner 1:45 into the third period before adding an empty-net goal
  • Anson Thornton turned aside 35 shots to earn his 16th win of the campaign
  • The Firebirds got four goals from four different goal-scorers
  • Draft-eligible forward Coulson Pitre scored and added an assist. He has a goal and two assists in two games since returning from the CHL Top Prospects game

Game Centre | Firebirds Post-Game


London Knights 3, Kingston Frontenacs 2 – SO

  • Draft-eligible forward Denver Barkey had a hand in both of London’s goals and was named the first star of the game as the Knights won in a shootout for the second night in a row
  • Brett Brochu stopped 28 of the 30 shots he faced, as well as all three shootout attempts, to earn second-star honours
  • OA forward George Diaco assisted Barkey’s opening goal and netted the shootout winner
  • Top prospect Ethan Miedema played a one-two with Paul Ludwinski to score his first goal in a Fronts uniform
  • Ludwinski and Linus Hemström each had an assist on both of Kingston’s goals

Game Centre | Frontenacs Post-Game


North Bay Battalion 8, Niagara IceDogs 2

  • Buffalo Sabres prospect Josh Bloom matched a career-high with four points (1-3–4), scoring shorthanded as North Bay won big in Niagara
  • Seattle Kraken pick Ty Nelson scored his 16th of the season from the back end, the league’s second-highest total among defencemen
  • Edmonton Oilers prospect Matvey Petrov had three assists, moving him into second in OHL scoring with 65 points (20-45–65)
  • Daniel Michaud scored both Niagara goals
  • The Battalion win their third in a row and eight in the last 10, improving to 32-11-1-1

Game Centre | Battalion Post-Game | IceDogs Post-Game


Sarnia Sting 8, Saginaw Spirit 2

  • Ducks pick Sasha Pastujov enjoyed his seventh-career four-point night, scoring a goal and setting up three more
  • Blue Jackets prospect Luca Del Bel Belluz scored his first two goals in a Sting uniform
  • Dallas Stars prospect Christian Kyrou finished with a goal and two assists while Marko Sikic chipped in three helpers
  • The Sting win their fourth in a row, climbing ahead of Saginaw in the Western Conference standings as the Spirit drop their seventh straight

Game Centre | Spirit Post-Game


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