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Monday, March 12, 2018

Sunday OHL RoundUp

Regional | by Bayshore News Staff  
Scores & Standings

 

Ontario Hockey League

 Owen Sound Attack 6 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 5 (SO)
 Kitchener Rangers 3 Saginaw Spirit 2
 Niagara IceDogs 3 Windsor Spitfires  2
 Mississauga Steelheads 5 Ottawa 67's 1
 Sudbury Wolves 4 Peterborough Petes 0
 Hamilton Bulldogs 6 Oshawa Generals 4

 


Attack 6 Greyhounds 5 (SO)

The Attack won their 3rd straight as they shaded the CHL's # 1 ranked team 6-5 in a shootout as Maksim Sushko scored the game winner.

The Greyhounds scored 3 third period goals in a span of 66 seconds to tie the game at 5 and force extra time.

Brett McKenzie scored twice for the Attack while Aidan Dudas, Jonah Gadjovich and Nick Suzuki also scored for Owen Sound who move to within 2 points of London for the 4th i n the Western Conference.

The Attack will play their final 2 road games of the regular season at Flint on Wednesday and at Windsor on Thursday.

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Morgan Frost scored twice for the Hounds who lost 2 out of 3 on their final road swing of the regular season.

Keeghan Howdeshell, Conor Timmins and Rasmus Sandin also scored for Sault Ste Marie who move to 111 points and will finish the regular season with 3 straight home games.

 

 

Rangers 3 Spirit 2

Austin McEneny, Adam Mascherin and Joseph Garreffa scored for the Midwest Division leading Rangers.

Luke Richardson stopped 32 shots as Kitchener won their 43rd game of the season.

Cole Coskey and former Ranger Mason Kohn scored for the Spirit who are tied with Windsor for 6th in the Western Conference.

 


IceDogs 3 Spitfires 2

Sam Miletic scored twice for the IceDogs who have won 4 straight while Akil Thomas had a goal and 3 points for Niagara.

Cole Purboo and Luke Kutkevicius scored for the Spitfires.

 

 

Steelheads 5 67's 1

Ryan McLeod scored twice for the Steelheads who are tied with Ottawa for 7th in the Eastern Conference.

Keean Washkurak, Cole Carter and Trent Fox also scored for Mississauga.

Former Attack netminder Emanuel Vella stopped 28 shots for the win.

 

 

Wolves 4 Petes 0

Marshall Frappier made 27 saves for his first OHL shutout.

Liam Ross scored twice for the Wolves while Macauley Carson and underage Blake Murray also scored.

The Petes have lost 7 in a row.

 

 

Bulldogs 6 Generals 4

Ryan Moore led the Bulldogs with a goal & 3 points.

Rookie Arthur Kaliyev scored twice, becoming the OHL’s first underage rookie to score 30 goals in a season since Sarnia’s Alex Galchenyuk did so in 2011.

Riley Stillman, Robert Thomas and Will Bitten also scored for Hamilton who will enter the OHL Playoffs as the # 1 seed in the eastern Conference.

Undergae Nick Wong, Kenny Huether of Londesborough, Jack Studnicka and overage Hayden McCool scored for the generals who were 0 & 6 head to head with Hamilton this year.

 


Western Conference

xyz Sault Greyhounds 65 53 7 2 3 11
xy Kitchener Rangers 65 43 20 2 0 88
x Sarnia Sting 65 44 16 4 1 93
x London Knights 65 38 23 2 2 80
x Owen Sound Attack 65 35 22 3 5 78
x Windsor Spitfires 65 30 29 4 2 66
x Saginaw Spirit 65 29 28 8 0 66
x Guelph Storm 65 28 28 5 4 65

Erie Otters 66 22 34 7 3 54
Flint Firebirds 65 19 41 3 2 43

 


Eastern Conference

xy Hamilton Bulldogs 66 42 18 3 3 90
xy Barrie Colts 65 40 21 3 1 84
x Kingston Frontenacs 65 35 21 6 3 79
x Niagara IceDogs 65 32 23 7 3 74
x Oshawa Generals 65 34 28 3 0 71
x North Bay Battalion 65 29 26 7 3 68
x Mississauga Steelheads 65 31 31 1 2 65
x Ottawa 67's 65 28 28 6 3 65

Peterborough Petes 65 22 37 3 3 50
Sudbury Wolves        65 17 39 9 0 43

 

x = Clinched Playoff Position
y = Clinched Division
z = Regular Season Champion


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