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Sunday Highlights: Bulldogs close out November on top of East Division

 

HAMILTON 6, OSHAWA 4
– Logan Morrison recorded a career-high five points with a goal and four assists as the Bulldogs defeated Oshawa to collect five of a possible six points on the weekend.
– George Diaco’s ninth of the season was the game winner as he extended his point streak to nine games.
– Avery Hayes scored twice to record his second straight two-goal effort.
– Oshawa’s Ryan Stepien scored his first OHL hat trick in the loss.
– Generals captain Ty Tullio led all players with 13 shots on goal.
– Marco Costantini made 36 saves for the win opposite Oshawa’s Zach Paputsakis who made 33 saves in his first start since Oct. 22nd.
– Hamilton holds down first place in the East Division with a record of 12-5-1-2.
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BARRIE 4, SUDBURY 2
– Down 2-1 to start the third, goals from Jacob Frasca, Cooper Matthews and Evan Vierling gave the Colts a 4-2 win.
– Captain Brandt Clarke recorded a pair of assists, giving him seven over his last four games.
– Rookies and former North Jersey Avalanche 16U teammates Quentin Musty and Matthew Mania both scored for Sudbury, with the latter scoring his first OHL goal.
– Matteo Lalama made 26 saves for the win while Sudbury’s Mitchell Weeks stopped 30 at the other end.
– Barrie wins a second straight to improve to 10-7-2-0 for third in the Central Division.
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KINGSTON 5, MISSISSAUGA 4
– Kingston led 4-1 after one period before Mississauga stormed back with three in the second to tie things at four.
– Dallas Stars prospect Francesco Arcuri’s second of the afternoon with 4:13 left in regulation stood up as the game winner.
– James Hardie earned first star honours with a goal and two assists for the Steelheads.
– Leevi Merilainen stopped 32 of 36 for the win as Kingston was outshot 36-27.
– Newly acquired defenceman Ben Roger was out of the Kingston lineup.
– Fifth round 2021 OHL Priority Selection choice Duncan Schneider made his debut for Kingston.
– The Fronts take four points from weekend stops in Mississauga and Hamilton, improving to 11-5-3-0, two points back of first place Hamilton in the East Division.
– The Steelheads suffer their first home loss since Oct. 29th, falling to 11-6-1-1.
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GUELPH 7, ERIE 3
– Jacob Maillet’s first career two-goal effort led the Storm to a second straight win over Erie, this time on home ice.
– Guelph led 3-1 after one period, extending that lead to 6-3 after two.
– Jake Karabela and Matthew Papais both had two assists while Matthew Poitras finished with a goal and an assist.
– Otters defenceman Christian Kyrou had a goal and an assist in the loss.
– Owen Bennett stopped 20 of 23Β as the Storm won their fourth in a row, improving to 13-6-1-1 for second in the Midwest Division.
– Erie drops a second straight, falling to 5-13-1-0.
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PETERBOROUGH 3, OTTAWA 2
– Tye Austin stopped a season-high 41 shots to backstop the Petes to their third straight win.
– Mason McTavish needed just 4:30 to score his fourth goal in two games.
– Emmett Sproule scored to extend his point streak to 19 games, knotting Nick Robertson’s high watermark from the 2019-20 season.
– Kaspars Ziemens’ fourth of the season midway through the second period was the game winner.
– Ottawa had goals from Jack Matier and Brady Stonehouse in the latter half of the third period.
– The 67’s outshot the Petes 43-29.
– Max Donoso made his OHL debut in goal for Ottawa, stopping 26 of 29.
– Peterborough improves to 8-10-1-0 and sits fifth in the East Division.
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SAULT STE. MARIE 2, SARNIA 0
– Samuel Ivanov stopped all 2o shots he faced for his first OHL shutout.
– Calgary Flames prospect Rory Kerins assisted on both Hounds goals, coming off the sticks of Tye Kartye and Robert Calisti.
– San Jose Sharks prospect Ben Gaudreau earned first star honours with 32 saves as Sarnia was outshot 34-20.
– The Greyhounds improve to 12-9-0-0 and sit three points up on Saginaw for the West Division lead.
–Β Local product Austin Harper made his OHL debut for the Sting.
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