Sunday Highlights: MacDonell caps quartet in overtime


Sarnia Sting 6, Oshawa Generals 5 – OT

  • NHL Draft-eligible forward Angus MacDonell scored a natural hat-trick before adding a fourth to win the game for the Sting in overtime
  • Maple Leafs prospect Ty Voit had four assists to improve his season total to 30
  • Recently acquired Ducks prospect Sasha Pastujov also had three helpers
  • Brett Harrison led the way offensively for the Generals as they lost their ninth consecutive game. The Bruins prospect had two goals and an assist

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Ottawa 67’s 3, Mississauga Steelheads 2 – OT

  • Habs prospect Vinzenz Rohrer scored the OT winner for Ottawa after setting up the game-tying goal with 18 seconds left He was named the game’s first star
  • Nashville pick Jack Matier scored to extend his point streak to eight games as the 67’s won their ninth consecutive game
  • Columbus pick Luca Del Bel Belluz scored his 11th and 12th goals of the season. The centreman has 24 points thus far: only Owen Beck (14-11-25) has more for Mississauga

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London Knights 4, Soo Greyhounds 3 – SO

  • NHL Draft-eligible defenceman Oliver Bonk scored the shootout winner for the Knights
  • Canadiens prospect Logan Mailloux scored his seventh goal of the season: he is tied for third in goals amongst defencemen
  • London has won six of their last seven games and sits second in the Midwest with 23 points after 19 games
  • Kalvyn Watson set up all three of the Greyhounds’ goals

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Kingston Frontenacs 6, Sudbury Wolves 2

  • Stars pick Francesco Arcuri scored two powerplay goals to bring his season total to eight as the Frontenacs won the first meeting of these two teams this season
  • Linus Hemström and Quinton Burns each had a pair of assists for Kingston
  • Ivan Zhigalov stopped 49 of 51 shots he faced. The Avalanche pick made 24 saves in the second frame alone
  • Kraken prospect David Goyette scored for the Wolves: he leads the team in scoring with 12 goals and 23 assists

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Windsor Spitfires 8, Kitchener Rangers 4

  • The Spitfires charged out to a 4-0 first period lead, staying one step ahead of Kitchener the rest of the way
  • Alex Christopoulos led Windsor with two goals and an assist while Michael Renwick had a goal and a helper
  • Rangers captain Francesco Pinelli scored twice in the loss
  • Windsor improves to 12-4-3-0, two points back of first place Saginaw in the West Division

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