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Monday, December 3, 2018

Streaks Continue For Knights & 67's

Provincial | by Bayshore News Staff  
Sunday OHL RoundUp


Ontario Hockey League

London Knights 6 Sarnia Sting 3
Guelph Storm 8 Kitchener Rangers 1
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 5 Flint Firebirds 3
Windsor Spitfires 4 Oshawa Generals 1
Ottawa 67's 6 North Bay Battalion 3
Niagara IceDogs 5 Hamilton Bulldogs 1
Sudbury Wolves 7 Mississauga Steelheads 0
 


Knights 6 Sting 3

The Knights won their 14th in a row and now have at least a point in 17 straight games

Adam Boqvist, Liam Foudy, Josh Nelson, Antonio Stranges, Evan Bouchard and Alec Regula scored for London who will be in Owen Sound Saturday to face the Attack.

Franco Sproviero with 2 and captain Ryan McGregor scored for the Stin who are 0 & 3 against the Knights this year.

 

Storm 8 Rangers 1

Keegan Stevenson and Cam Hillis both scored twice for the Storm who jumped over the Attack into 3rd place in the Western Conference.

Rookie Daniil Chayka, Barret Kirwin, Cedric Ralph and Dmitri Samorukov also scored for Guelph.

Alexey Lipanov scored for Kitchener who lost their 3rd in a row.

Owen Sound native Lucas Pfeil took the loss in goal for Kitchener.


 

Greyhounds 5 Firebords 3

Keeghan Howdeshell scored his second straight hat-trick for the Greyhounds who lead the West Division.

Alex Johnston and Morgan Frost also scored for Sault Ste Marie.

Jake Durham with 2 & Ty Dellandrea scored the Firebirds.



Spitfires 4 Generals 1

Luke Boka scored twice for the Spitfires while underage Kyle McDonald and Daniel D’Amico had single markers.

Michael DiPietro made 24 saves for Windsor

Jack Studnicka had the lone goal for the Generals



67's 6 Battalion 3

Tye Felhaber had a hat-trick for the 67's who have points in 23 consecutive games.

Mitchell Hoelscher of Elora had a goal & 3 points for Ottawa while Sasha Chmelevski and defender Hudson Wilson also scored in the victory.

Brad Chenier, Adam McMaster and Luke Moncada scored for the Battalion.
 


IceDogs 5 Bulldogs 1

Kirill Maksimov scored twice for the IceDogs while rookie Christian Sbaraglia made 26 saves in his OHL debut 

Ivan Lodnia on a penalty shot, Jason Robertson and Bradey Johnson scored for Niagara who have won 3 in a row.

Brandon Saigeon scored the lone Hamilton goal. 



Wolves 7 Steelheads 0

Blake Murray scored twice for the Wolves while Quinton Byfield and David Levin both had 3 point games.

Owen Gilhula, Drake Pilon and Owen Robinson also had goals for Sudbury.

Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen posted the shutout.



WESTERN CONFERENCE

London Knights           26 20 4 2 0 42
Sault Greyhounds      29 17 7 4 1 39
Guelph Storm             27 14 7 3 3 34
Owen Sound Attack  29 15 11 1 2 33
Saginaw Spirit             27 14 10 1 2 31
Windsor Spitfires        29 14 13 1 1 30
Sarnia Sting                29 12 13 2 2 28
Kitchener Rangers     28 12 14 2 0 26
Erie Otters                   28 11 16 1 0 23
Flint Firebirds               29 3 24 2 0 8
 

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Ottawa 67'S                29 22 3 3 1 48
Sudbury Wolves         27 17 8 1 1 36
Niagara IceDogs        27 16 7 4 0 36
Oshawa Generals      28 17 9 2 0 36
Peterborough Petes   28 16 12 0 0 32
Miss Steelheads         28 14 12 2 0 30
Barrie Colts                  27 14 12 1 0 29
Hamilton Bulldogs      28 13 14 1 0 27
North Bay Battalion    28 11 15 1 1 24
Kingston Frontenacs 29 8 20 1 0 17
 


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