Thursday Highlights: Othmann’s trio leads Petes to victory


Niagara IceDogs 3, Peterborough Petes 5

  • OHL Performer of the Night Brennan Othmann earned his first hat trick as a Pete, scoring Peterborough’s first three goals
  • Petes leading scorer Tucker Robertson scored the game-winning goal: the Kraken prospect enjoyed a two-goal, two-assist performance
  • Flyers prospect Brian Zanetti returned to the lineup and assisted on Robertson’s game-winner
  • Michael Podolioukh scored for the IceDogs in his 100th OHL game
  • Niagara netminder Josh Rosenzweig made a career-high 61 saves, including the Save of the Night. His 61 saves set a new Niagara IceDogs single game record and are the most by an OHL goaltender in a single game this season

Game Centre | IceDogs Post-GamePetes Post-Game


Guelph Storm 4, Erie Otters 3 – SO

  • Storm import pick Valentin Zhugin scored the shootout winner as Guelph earned their fourth win in five games
  • Braeden Bowman scored his team-leading 18th goal of the season to end a three-game goalless drought
  • Otters import pick Ondrej Molnar netted his third OHL goal. The draft-eligible Slovak forward now has 10 points in 17 games with Erie
  • Defenceman Spencer Sova set up two of the three Erie goals, taking his assist total to 19

Game Centre | Storm Post-GameOtters Post-Game


Mississauga Steelheads 4, North Bay Battalion 2

  • The Steelheads went up 3-0 with three minutes remaining in the second period and held off the Battalion offence to earn their fifth win in six games
  • 2022 fifth-overall pick Porter Martone scored the game-winning goal 17 minutes into the second frame
  • Newly acquired Steelheads defenceman Stevie Leskovar set up Martone’s winner to extend his point streak to three games
  • Oilers prospect Matvey Petrov scored his 22nd goal of the season: the Battalion forward sits second in league scoring with 70 points

Game Centre | Steelheads Post-Game | Battalion Post-Game


Soo Greyhounds 4, Windsor Spitfires 7

  • The Spitfires went up 5-1 after the first period, getting goals from five different goal-scorers
  • Winger Colton Smith earned first-star honours with a two-goal, one-assist performance
  • Islanders prospect Matthew Maggio’s incredible opening goal earned the Play of the Night: the captain added an empty-net goal and an assist
  • Kraken first-round pick Shane Wright scored his sixth goal of the campaign and added two assists upon returning from injury
  • 10 Greyhounds players earned a point on the night, with none earning more than one

Game Centre | Greyhounds Post-Game | Spitfires Post-Game

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