Ontario Hockey League
Barrie Colts 4 Owen Sound Attack 1
Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds 4 Flint Firebirds 1
Kitchener Rangers 7 Guelph Storm 4
Colts 4 Attack 1
Underage Connor Punnett of Huntsville scored his first 2 Ontario Hockey League goals and was + 3 for the Colts
Ethan Cardwell, who was acquired in a transaction with Saginaw along with Punnett, had a goal & an assist for Barrie while Jet Greaves made 42 saves to post the victory.
Overage Josh Nelson had the other marker in the victory.
Saturday, Barrie will host the North Bay Battalion.
Barret Kirwin had the lone goal for the Attack
Owen Sound's magic number to clinch a playoff spot remains at 1 & 1/2 or 3 points
Owen Sound travels to Sarnia to face the Sting tomorrow night
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1, Barrie, Punnett 1 (Hadfield, Cardwell), 2:34.
2, Owen Sound, Kirwin 30 (Popov, Perrott), 10:41.
3, Barrie, Nelson 16 (Tabak, Clarke), 13:21 (SH).
Penalties-Lawrence Os (hooking), 5:00; Machacek Os (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 11:18; Cardwell Bar (slashing), 11:59.
4, Barrie, Cardwell 23 2:55.
5, Barrie, Punnett 2 (Brown, Vierling), 15:27.
Shots on Goal
Owen Sound 18-12-13-43
Barrie, Greaves 13-15-2-0 (43 shots-42 saves).
Owen Sound, Guzda 24-20-4-3 (31 shots-27 saves).
Power Play Opportunities
Barrie 0 / 2
Owen Sound 0 / 1.
Referees-Pat Myers (40), Brent Coulombe (22).
Linesmen-Kevin McArthur (47), Mike Harrington (90).
Attendance = 2,683
Greyhounds 4 Firebirds 1
Greyhounds netminder Nick Malik made 31 saves as the Soo won their 3rd straight and moved to within 1 point of Erie for the final playoff position in the Western Conference.
Joe Carroll, Tye Kartye, Jaromir Pytlik and Robert Calisti scored for Sault Ste. Marie
Jack Phibbs had the lone goal for Flint
Rangers 7 Storm 4
Rangers overage Greg Meireles had a hat-trick and finished with 6 points.
Former Storm forward Liam Hawel, Serron Noel Declan McDonnell and Jonathan Yantsis also scored for Kitchener who move to within 5 points of London for 1st in the Western Conference.
Cam Hillis, Danny Zhilkin, Pavel Gogolev and Jacob Roach scored for the Storm in what might have been a first round playoff preview.
XLondon 62 45 15 1 1 92
XSaginaw 62 41 16 3 2 87
XKitchener 63 40 16 5 2 87
XFlint 63 40 21 1 1 82
XWindsor 62 34 20 8 0 76
XGuelph 63 32 23 3 5 72
Owen Sound 62 30 24 4 4 68
Erie 63 26 26 4 7 63
Sault Ste Marie 64 29 31 3 1 62
Sarnia 62 22 34 5 1 50
XyOttawa 62 50 11 0 1 101
XSudbury 63 34 27 1 1 70
XPeterborough 62 37 21 2 2 78
XOshawa 62 31 20 6 5 73
XBarrie 63 29 28 4 2 64
XMississauga 61 27 29 4 1 59
XHamilton 62 24 30 7 1 56
Kingston 62 19 39 2 2 42
Niagara 63 18 39 5 1 42
North Bay 62 17 41 4 0 38
Kia CHL Top 10 Rankings
Sherbrooke Phoenix (51-8-3-1)
Ottawa 67's (50-11-0-1)
Moncton Wildcats (49-13-1-0)
Portland Winterhawks (45-11-3-4)
Everett Silvertips (46-13-3-1)
London Knights (45-15-1-1)
Chicoutimi Sagueneens (44-12-5-1)
Edmonton Oil Kings (42-12-6-4)
Saginaw Spirit (41-16-3-2)
Spokane Chiefs (41-18-4-1)
Kitchener Rangers (39-16-5-2)
Kamloops Blazers (41-18-3-1)
Cape Breton Eagles (40-19-2-1)
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Greater Metro Junior Hockey League Playoffs
Temiscaming Titans 7 Bradford Rattlers 5
Marc-Antoine Turcotte had 2 goals & 4 points for the Titans
Temiscaming leads the best of 7; 2-1
Georgii Larshin had a 4 point game for the Rattlers who will host Game 4 tonight at 7:30 pm
07:51 Bradford Rattlers Power Play - Mike Dyck (Marek Martiška, Georgii Larshin)
10:24 Temiscaming Marc-Antoine Turcotte (Zacharie Maheu, Yannick Ethier)
11:07 Temiscaming Reingold Shtemke (Aleck Forcier)
14:46 Bradford Rattlers Denis Valguzov (Georgii Larshin, Linus Brofaldt)
16:42 Bradford Rattlers Georgii Larshin (Jack Varga, Brayden Morris)
18:55 Temiscaming Power Play - Nicolas Tremblay (Marc-Antoine Turcotte, Josh Labelle)
13:07 Temiscaming Power Play - Yannick Ethier (Aleck Forcier, Marc-Antoine Turcotte)
14:42 Temiscaming Mikhail Akatnov (Nicolas Tremblay, Alex Provost-Ross)
19:07 Temiscaming Marc-Antoine Turcotte (Mikhail Akatnov, Dakotah Woods)
07:34 Bradford Rattlers Matvey Trubachyov (Unassisted)
09:34 Bradford Rattlers Georgii Larshin (Vojtech Pfeifer, Carter Wade)
17:24 Temiscaming Yannick Ethier (Zacharie Maheu, Aleck Forcier)
Niagara Whalers 9 St. George Ravens 3
( St George leads the best of 7; 2-1 )
04:17 Niagara Kellan Rosenbaum (Brendan D'Agostino, Jesse Masterson)
06:06 Niagara Matt Johns (Maxim Antonov, Dillon Hill)
18:49 Niagara Pavel Kotov (Unassisted)
03:13 St. George Bailey Pritchard (Unassisted)
03:27 Niagara Pavel Kotov (Maxim Antonov, Jesse Masterson)
06:09 Niagara Maxim Antonov (Jake Price, Dillon Hill)
11:37 St. George Bret Mcinall (Christian Polillo, Zac Mcinall)
19:56 St. George Kyle West (Nick Boehmer, Matthew Volpato)
10:02 Niagara Jesse Masterson (Maxim Antonov, Brendan D'Agostino)
11:16 Niagara Brendan D'Agostino (Dillon Hill, Kellan Rosenbaum)
14:04 Niagara Pavel Kotov (Dillon Hill)
18:39 Niagara Dillon Hill (Matt Johns)
PJHL Carruthers Division Final
The PJHL Carruthers Division Championship Series begins tonight
The Stayner Siskins host the Alliston Hornets in game 1 of the best of 7 series.
The Siskins eliminated Orillia in 6 games in the semifinals while the Hornets needed 7 games to get by Penetanguishene.
Game time tonight is 8:10 pm in Stayner.
Game 2 is Friday night in Alliston
PJHL Carruthers Division Championship Series
Stayner Siskins vs Alliston Hornets
Thr Mar 12 Alliston Hornets at Stayner Siskins 8:10 pm
Fri Mar 13 Stayner Siskins at Alliston Hornets 7:30 pm
Sun Mar 15 Stayner Siskins at Alliston Hornets 7 pm
Tue Mar 17 Alliston Hornets at Stayner Siskins 8 pm
Fri Mar 20 Stayner Siskins at Alliston Hornets 7:30 pm
Sat Mar 21 Alliston Hornets at Stayner Siskins 8 pm
Sun Mar 22 Stayner Siskins at Alliston Hornets 7 pm
PJHL Pollock Division Championship Series
Mount Forest Patriots vs. Wingham Ironmen
Sat Mar 7 Wingham Ironmen 2 at Mount Forest Patriots 3 (OT)
Sun Mar 8 Mount Forest Patriots 1 at Wingham Ironmen 4
Sat Mar 14 Wingham Ironmen at Mount Forest Patriots 8 p.m.
Sun Mar 15 Mount Forest Patriots at Wingham Ironmen 3 p.m.
Wed Mar 18 Wingham Ironmen at Mount Forest Patriots 8 p.m.
Fri Mar 20 Mount Forest Patriots at Wingham Ironmen 8 p.m.
Sat Mar 21 Wingham Ironmen at Mount Forest Patriots 8 p.m.
WOAA " AA " Semifinals
Ripley Wolves vs Minto 81's
Sat Feb 29 Minto 81's 6 at Ripley Wolves 0
Sun Mar 1 Ripley Wolves 4 Minto 81's 3
Sat Mar 7 Minto 81's 6 at Ripley Wolves 4
Tue Mar 10 Ripley Wolves 2 at Minto 81's 5
Fri Mar 13 Minto 81's at Ripley Wolves 8:30 pm
Sun Mar 15 Ripley Wolves at Minto 81's 7 pm
Tue Mar 17 Minto 81's at Ripley Wolves 8:30 pm
Clinton Radars vs Tillsonburg Thunder
Feb 28 Tillsonburg Thunder at Clinton Radars ppd
Feb 29 Clinton Radars 1 at Tillsonburg Thunder 2
Mar 6 Tillsonburg Thunder 4 at Clinton Radars 5
Mar 7 Clinton Radars 5 at Tillsonburg Thunder 0
Mar 8 Tillsonburg Thunder 1 at Clinton Radars 6
Mar 13 Tillsonburg Thunder at Clinton Radars 8:30 pm
Mar 14 Clinton Radars at Tillsonburg Thunder 7:30 pm
Mar 15 Tillsonburg Thunder at Clinton Radars 5 pm
" A " Championship Series
Tavistock Royals vs Milverton Four Wheel Drives
Sat Mar 14 Milverton Four Wheel Drives at Tavistock Royals 7:30 pm
Sun Mar 15 Tavistock Royals at Milverton Four Wheel Drives 2 pm
Sat Mar 21 Milverton Four Wheel Drives at Tavistock Royals 7:30 pm
Sun Mar 22 Tavistock Royals at Milverton Four Wheel Drives 2 pm
Sat Mar 28 Milverton Four Wheel Drives at Tavistock Royals 7:30 pm
Sun Mar 29 Tavistock Royals at Milverton Four Wheel Drives 2 pm
TBA Milverton Four Wheel Drives at Tavistock Royals
OFSAA " A " Girls Volleyball Championship
at Walkerton District Community School
University of Toronto Schools defeated Notre Dame ( Sudbury )
(25-19, 25-19,18-25, 25-15)
Exhibition Baseball Today
at TD Bank Ball Park, Dunedin
Toronto Blue Jays vs Canada's National Juniors
Mason Dobie of Meaford is an infielder with the National Junior team.
Dobie's primary position is shortstop but he also plays 2nd base
After competing for the Ontario Nationals and playing for the Fieldhouse Pirates, Dobie who is 17 committed to the University of Dayton.
Previously, Dobie attended Georgian Bay Community School in Meaford
Owen Sound Puffer Hockey League Playoffs
Gary Byers Sound & Lighting tied Great Lake Drywall 1-1
Chris Publuskie & Jared Coop exchanged goals
Thom Construction 5 Tamming Law 4
Ralph Harding scored the game winning goal for Thom Construction
Hobart's 5 M & M Food Market 2
Mike Krault had a 3 goal game for Hobart's