Sunday Highlights: Sedore’s natural hat trick lifts Otters

Natalie Shaver


Erie Otters 5, Flint Firebirds 2

  • Overage forward Noah Sedore scored his first career OHL hat trick in natural fashion, helping the Otters earn their first road win of 2023
  • Kyle Downey earned first star honours with a 41-save performance, helping the Otters win despite being outshot 43-28
  • Pano Fimis opened the scoring with a shorthanded marker for Erie
  • 2023 NHL Draft prospect Coulson Pitre ended Downey’s shutout bid with 8:06 remaining in the third

Game Centre | Otters Post-Game | Firebirds Post-Game


Kitchener Rangers 5, London Knights 2

  • Dallas Stars prospect Francesco Arcuri scored twice, giving him 30 goals on the season as Kitchener prevailed in their first trip to London this season
  • The Rangers scored a pair of empty netters in the 5-2 final as Marco Costantini earned second star honours with 36 saves
  • Easton Cowan and Ruslan Gazizov scored London goals as the Knights lost despite outshooting the Rangers 38-28
  • Kitchener improves to 18-20-2-0, sitting two points back of eighth place Sault Ste. Marie in the Western Conference with three games in hand

Game Centre | Rangers Post-Game


Kingston Frontenacs 2, Guelph Storm 6

  • Max Namestnikov scored twice and St. Louis Blues prospect Michael Buchinger had a goal and two assists
  • Charlie Paquette had a goal and a helper while Braeden Bowman and Ryan McGuire each had two assists
  • Chris Thibodeau and Tommy Budnick scored Kingston goals
  • Guelph outshot Kingston 30-19, closing out the weekend with a record of 19-19-4-1 for seventh in the Western Conference

Game Centre | Frontenacs Post-Game


Niagara IceDogs 4, Mississauga Steelheads 5

  • Luke Misa scored the third period game winner with two minutes remaining as the Steelheads capped a 3-0 week
  • Porter Martone scored his first in a Steelheads uniform while Chas Sharpe and Zander Veccia each had two assists
  • Daniel Michaud had two goals and an assist and newcomer Alex Assadourian had a goal and a helper for Niagara
  • Josh Rosenzweig made 52 stops as the IceDogs were outshot 57-17 in the loss
  • The Steelheads improve to 21-18-4-0 for fifth in the Eastern Conference while Niagara suffers a 10th straight loss

Game Centre | Steelheads Post-Game | IceDogs Post-Game


Sudbury Wolves 1, North Bay Battalion 2

  • Seattle Kraken prospects Ty Nelson and Kyle Jackson hooked up for the third period game winner, with Jackson scoring 3:50 into the final frame
  • Oilers prospect Matvey Petrov scored his 20th of the season for North Bay
  • Kraken pick David Goyette provided Sudbury’s lone goal, his 27th of the campaign
  • North Bay outshot Sudbury 34-21, putting a pair of losses in the rearview mirror
  • Dom DiVincentiis made 20 saves to improve to 23-6-1-0 opposite Sudbury’s Kevyn Brassard, who stopped 32

Game Centre | Battalion Post-Game


Ottawa 67’s 1, Owen Sound Attack 4

  • Montreal Canadiens prospect Cedrick Guindon scored the deciding goal 7:40 into the second period before Colby Barlow netted his 33rd of the campaign
  • Corbin Votary earned first star honours, turning aside 32 of 33 shots as the Attack won despite being outshot
  • Landen Hookey picked up an assist, giving him five points (3-2–5) through his first seven games with Owen Sound
  • Rookie defenceman Henry Mews scored Ottawa’s lone goal as the Barber Poles lost their second straight
  • The 67’s were without forwards Logan Morrison and Vinzenz Rohrer to injury throughout the weekend
  • The Attack improve to 23-15-4-1 for third place in the Western Conference

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


Windsor Spitfires 5, Oshawa Generals 9

  •  The Generals closed out the week’s action with a high-scoring victory as NHL Draft prospect Calum Ritchie earned first star honours with a goal and two helpers
  • Dylan Roobroeck had a goal and three assists while Joseph Serpa had a goal and two assists
  • Cameron Butler scored twice and added a helper for the Generals
  • Rookie forward Liam Greentree scored his first career OHL hat trick in the loss, doing it in his hometown
  • Islanders prospect Matthew Maggio scored twice, giving him a League-leading 34 goals on the season
  • Windsor outshot Oshawa 36-30 as the Spits surrendered at least seven goals on a second straight night
  • The Spits were missing Oliver Peer and Daniil Sobolev, who each played on Saturday, from their lineup

Game Centre | Spitfires Post-Game

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