Thursday Highlights: Duarte helps Hounds take third straight win

Soo Greyhounds 4, North Bay Battalion 3 – SO

  • Overage forward Mark Duarte scored his 11th of the season in the third period before later scoring the shootout winner as the Hounds won their third in a row
  • Kalvyn Watson had a goal and an assist while Tyler Savard picked up two helpers
  • Battalion forward Anthony Romani scored the Teddy Bear Toss goal just 12 seconds in
  • Luc Brzustowski made his debut on the Battalion blue line against his former club
  • Samuel Ivanov made 35 saves for the win

Game Centre| Greyhounds Post-Game Battalion Post-Game

Kingston Frontenacs 3, Niagara IceDogs 2 – SO

  • Stars prospect Francesco Arcuri scored the shootout winner for the Fronts
  • Avalanche pick Ivan Zhigalov turned away 34 shots, including three in overtime, earning second-star honours
  • Swiss defenceman Rodwin Dionicio scored the game-tying goal for the IceDogs: he was named to Team Switzerland’s selection camp for the upcoming World Juniors
  • The Frontenacs are now 2-1 on the season in shootouts. The IceDogs lost in their first shootout of the season

Game Centre | Frontenacs Post-Game | IceDogs Post-Game

Kitchener Rangers 4, Peterborough Petes 3

  • A three-goal first period led the Rangers over the Petes as Peterborough hosted Kitchener for the first time since 2019
  • OA forward Reid Valade scored a pair of goals for Kitchener and Habs first-rounder Filip Mešár had two assists
  • NHL Draft-eligible forward Carson Rehkopf scored his 13th goal of the campaign
  • Marcus Vandenberg made 43 saves for the win in Kitchener’s crease
  • Kraken prospect Tucker Robertson scored a goal and assisted another for Peterborough

Game Centre | Rangers Post-Game | Petes Post-Game

Ottawa 67’s 3, Windsor Spitfires 5

  • The Spitfires got goals from five different scorers as they won their fourth consecutive contest
  • 67’s veteran Cameron Tolnai picked up an assist in his 200th OHL game: he has points in five straight
  • Windsor forward Alex Christopoulos scored his team-leading 19th goal
  • The 67’s saw their three-game winning streak snapped to start a Western Conference road trip

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

Saginaw Spirit 2, Barrie Colts 5

  • Jacob Frasca enjoyed a career night, recording a goal and three assists
  • Former Colt Hunter Haight scored a goal and assisted another on his return to Barrie: he has four goals and six assists in four games since joining Saginaw
  • Anson Thornton was named the first star after turning away 45 shots on the night
  • The Colts got goals from five different scorers
  • 15-year-old Michael Misa scored his 16th goal of the season for Saginaw

Game Centre | Spirit Post-Game

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