Sunday Highlights: Former Petes strike in return to Peterborough
Barrie Colts 4, Saginaw Spirit 1
- LA Kings pick Brandt Clarke scored his first career OHL hat trick, scoring three and picking up an assist to have a part in all four Barrie goals.
- Trailing 1-0 to start the third period, Barrie scored four unanswered goals in the final 10 minutes to hand the Spirit an eighth straight loss.
- Arizona Coyotes prospect Anson Thornton stopped 33 of 34 for the win as the Colts return home from Michigan with four points to their credit.
Game Centre | Spirit Post-Game
Niagara IceDogs 2, Erie Otters 6
- Niagara opened the scoring, but the Otters responded with six straight goals.
- Sharks prospect Liam Gilmartin scored twice in a second straight game for Erie, he was named the first star.
- Blue Jackets prospect Nolan Lalonde made 29 saves in the win, his second in 48 hours.
- The 16-24-1-3 Otters sit four points out of a playoff spot in the Western Conference.
Game Centre | IceDogs Post-Game | Otters Post-Game
Sudbury Wolves 4, Guelph Storm 5 OT
- Nearing the halfway mark of the third period with Sudbury in the lead 4-1, Guelph scored three goals in the final 12 minutes to tie the game and send it to overtime.
- Capitals prospect Jake Karabela tied the game in the final 90 seconds to force the extra frame.
- In the final minute of overtime, Boston Bruins prospect Matthew Poitras scored for the Storm to complete the comeback, he was named first star with three assists.
- Guelph improves to 20-20-4-1 for seventh place in the Western Conference.
Ottawa 67’s 4, Mississauga Steelheads 2
- The 67’s put an end to their four-game losing streak with a Sunday afternoon victory in Mississauga.
- Anthony Costantini scored for Ottawa, ending a 20-game goalless drought. The goal also gave him 26 points on the season, matching his career high from 2021-22.
- Max Donoso earned first star honours, making 29 saves to improve to 22-7-0-2.
- After scoring his first career OHL point on Friday night, Steelheads blueliner Stevie Leskovar scored his first career goal on Sunday.
Game Centre | 67’s Post-Game | Steelheads Post-Game
Hamilton Bulldogs 7, Peterborough Petes 4
- Trailing 3-0 and 4-2 the Bulldogs scored five straight goals to win the game 7-4.
- Sahil Panwar led the comeback for Hamilton, scoring twice and adding three assists against his former club.
- Cole Brown also scored twice for Hamilton, his fourth multi-point game in his last five games.
- Avery Hayes scored a pair of goals for Peterborough, finding the back of the net against his former club.
Game Centre | Bulldogs Post-Game | Petes Post-Game
Windsor Spitfires 9, Soo Greyhounds 4
- Brett Harrison, Alex Christopoulos and Liam Greentree each scored twice for Windsor, and eight different Spitfires had multi-point games.
- Windsor ended their three-game losing streak, moving back into first in the Western Conference.
- Jordan D’Intino scored twice for the Greyhounds in his 100th career OHL game.
- The Greyhounds have lost four in a row, sitting tied for the Western Conference’s last playoff spot with Kitchener.
Game Centre | Spitfires Post-Game | Greyhounds Post-Game
North Bay Battalion 0, Oshawa Generals 4
- Ryan Gagnier scored three for his first career OHL hat trick and added an assist, contributing to all four Generals’ goals.
- After recording his first OHL shutout on Friday, Jacob Oster posted a 30-save shutout for back-to-back doughnuts.
- The loss was the first time North Bay had been shut out this season.
- Rookie netminder Mike McIvor made 25 saves for the Battalion in the loss.