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OHL Scores, Stories, Standings & Sked

Owen Sound | by Bayshore News Staff  

Attack Trail Sarnia By 1 For 4th

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Ontario Hockey League

    Guelph 3 Sarnia 1

   London 3 Erie 2 (OT)

    Ottawa 4 Kitchener 3

    Windsor 3 Sault Ste. Marie 2

    Saginaw 3 St Mike's 1

    Brampton 2 Sudbury 1

    Niagara 9 Peterborough 0

    Kingston 3 Belleville 2

    Oshawa 3 Barrie 0

 

Friday, the Owen Sound Attack are at Kitchener to meet the Rangers.

You can hear the game live on CFOS with Grey Motors Bearadio

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Storm 3 Sting 1

Francis Menard scored once and set up another for the

Hunter Garlent and Zack Mitchell also scored for Guelph.   

Connor Murphy scored the lone goal for the Sting who are 4th in the Western Conference, 1 point up on the Owen Sound Attack.

 


Knights 3 Otters 2 in overtime

Greg McKegg scored two goals, including the winner in overtime, and added an assist as the Knights defeated his former team; theOtters

Austin Watson had a goal and an assist for London who have won 5 in a row, including back to back wins over the Attack over the weekend.

Nick Betz and Luke Cairns scored for the Otters who have lost 11 in a row.

 


67's 4 Rangers 3

Tyler Toffoli scored once and set up another for the 67's

Sean Monahan, Tyler Graovac and Shane Prince also scored for Ottawa.

Andrew Crescenzi, Radek Faksa and Ryan Murphy had the goals for Kitchener.

 

Spitfires 3 Greyhounds 2

Jaroslav Pavelka made 32 saves,for the Spitfires

Kerby Rychel had a goal and an assist for Windsor while Brady Vail and underage Jordan Maletta scored the other Spitfire goals.

Gianluca Curcuruto and Joe Rogalski scored for the Greyhounds who have now dropped four straight contests.

 


Spirit 3 Majors 1

Brandon Saad scored a goal and set up another for the Spirit 

Michael Fine and Dalton Young also scored for Saginaw

Mika Partanen scored the lone goal for the Majors 


 

Battalion 2 Wolves 1

Ian Watters short-handed goal in the second period stood up as the game winner for Brampton.   

Underage Brandon Robinson also scored for the Battalion

Derek Schoenmakers scored the lone goal for the Wolves 


 

IceDogs 9 Petes 0

Mark Visentin made 21 saves for his fifth shutout of the season for the IceDogs.

Andrew Agozzino and David Pacan scored two goals apiece for Niagara while Jesse Graham, Luke Mercer, Shayne Rover, Freddie Hamilton and Brett Ritchie added singles.

   


Frontenacs 3 Bulls 2

Ryan Kujawinski scored twice, including the game winner for the Frontenacs.

Conor Stokes also scored for Kingston who snapped a four-game losing streak,

Austen Brassard and Joseph Cramarossa scored for the Bulls who have now lost five straight.


 

Generals 3 Colts 0

Kevin Bailie stopped 39 shots to post the shutout for Oshawa

Andy Andreoff scored two goals and set up Scott Laughton with the other.goal for the Generals.

 

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Midwest Division
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
London             45 35  9   0   1  190 117  71
Kitchener          44 30 13   1   0  162 120  61
Owen Sound         46 22 18   2   4  164 152  50
Guelph             43 19 19   2   3  148 149  43
Erie               45  5 36   3   1  103 221  14

West Division
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
Plymouth           46 31 12   2   1  187 122  65
Sarnia             46 23 18   1   4  163 153  51
Windsor            47 21 22   3   1  144 173  46
Saginaw            46 20 21   0   5  165 192  45
Sault Ste. Marie   47 19 24   2   2  149 188  42 


EASTERN CONFERENCE

East Division
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
Ottawa             45 29 11   4   1  184 142  63
Peterborough       46 21 19   3   3  152 180  48
Oshawa             46 21 21   1   3  170 168  46
Belleville         45 22 22   1   0  133 137  45
Kingston           46 13 29   2   2  130 194  30

Central Division
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
Brampton           46 26 11   3   6  142 114  61
Niagara            45 28 14   0   3  176 131  59
Sudbury            43 24 16   2   1  144 142  51
Barrie             44 23 18   2   1  166 156  49
Mississauga        46 21 19   1   5  137 156  48

 

Wed. Jan. 25
Kitchener at London 7:00 pm

Thu. Jan. 26
Saginaw at Windsor 7:05 pm
Plymouth at Barrie 7:30 pm
Belleville at Niagara 7:00 pm
Kingston at Peterborough 7:05 pm

Fri. Jan. 27
Owen Sound at Kitchener 7:15 pm for Grey Motors Bearadio on CFOS
Erie at S.S. Marie 7:35 pm
Windsor at London 7:30 pm
Niagara at Guelph 7:30 pm
Plymouth at Sudbury 7:35 pm
Barrie at Brampton 7:30 pm
Peterborough at Mississauga 7:30 pm
Sarnia at Ottawa 7:30 pm
Oshawa at Kingston 7:30 pm

Sat. Jan. 28
Guelph at Owen Sound 7:30 pm at JD McArthur Arena
London at Saginaw 7:11 pm
Erie at Sudbury 7:05 pm
Ottawa at Barrie 7:30 pm
Brampton at Oshawa 7:05 pm
Sarnia at Belleville 7:05 pm

Sun. Jan. 29
Ottawa at Owen Sound 2:00 pm at JD McArthur Arena
Plymouth at S.S. Marie 7:05 pm
Kitchener at Guelph 2:00 pm
Niagara at Brampton 2:00 pm
Sudbury at Mississauga 2:00 pm
Peterborough at Oshawa 6:05 pm
Sarnia at Kingston 2:00 pm


 

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