Wednesday Highlights: Miedema’s four-goal night keeps Fronts’ playoff hopes alive


Oshawa Generals 2, Kingston Frontenacs 6

  • 2023 NHL Draft prospect Ethan Miedema celebrated his 18th birthday with a career-high four-goal night
  • Chris Thibodeau collected three assists in the winning effort
  • Colorado Avalanche prospect Ivan Zhigalov made 28 saves for the win
  • Keeping their playoff hopes alive, the Frontencs now find themselves one point back of the Generals following Wednesday night’s victory

Game Centre | Frontenacs Post-Game


Kitchener Rangers 6, Erie Otters 1

  • Francesco Pinelli recorded his third hat-trick of the season, while also becoming the 11th OHLer to reach 40 goals this season
  • Filip Mesar’s pair of assists brought his totals back to a point-per-game (51 PTS in 51 GP)
  • Otters blueliner Spencer Sova opened the scoring 3:50 into the first period before Kitchener responded with six unanswered
  • The Rangers outshot Erie 46-26, handing the Otters their eighth straight loss
  • The Rangers climb over Guelph and into sixth place in the Western Conference standings
  • The loss locks Erie into 19th place in the OHL standings, giving them a 30 percent chance of drawing the first overall pick in the 2023 OHL Priority Selection Lottery

Game Centre | Rangers Post-GameOtters Post-Game


Guelph Storm 1, Windsor Spitfires 4

  • Matthew Maggio recorded his 108th and 109th points of the season
  • Shane Wright’s 14th goal of the season extended his point streak to six games
  • Alex Christopoulos scored his 46th goal of the season for Windsor
  • Aidan Castle scored Windsor’s third goal of the night via penalty shot
  • The Spits end Guelph’s three-game winning streak, improving to 43-17-4-2

Game Centre | Spitfires Post-Game

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