Thursday Highlights: Cohen delivers late pair as Otters take Thanksgiving clash


Soo Greyhounds 2, Erie Otters 4

  • Otters forward Elias Cohen scored the game-tying and game-winning goals just one minute and 42 seconds apart
  • All six goals were scored at even strength
  • Sharks prospect Liam Gilmartin picked up two assists: The Otters winger has a goal and four assists in his last three contests
  • Overage forward Mark Duarte scored both goals for the Hounds: he’s up to ten on the season

Game Centre | Greyhounds Post-Game | Otters Post-Game


Ottawa 67’s 0, North Bay Battalion 5

  • Kraken prospect Kyle Jackson scored twice as the Battalion netted five or more goals for the eighth time this season
  • Rookie netminder Charlie Robertson earned his first-career shutout, stopping all of the 18 shots he faced against the league-leading 67’s
  • The now 18-3-0-0 67’s lose back-to-back games for the first time this year

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


Sudbury Wolves 6, Peterborough Petes 4

  • Derek MacKenzie inspired his team to a comeback victory to earn his first win as an OHL Head Coach
  • Evan Konyen scored his first OHL hat-trick and Quentin Musty tied his career-high for assists with three
  • Rookie import pick Tommy Purdeller led the way offensively for the Petes: The Italian winger enjoyed his first multi-goal game and had a career-best three points

Game Centre | Petes Post-Game


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