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Monday, March 18, 2013

Hamelin Scores For Knights

Regional | by Bayshore News Staff  

OHL Roundup

Ontario Hockey League

    London 6 Sault Ste. Marie 2

    Plymouth 4 Windsor 0

    Kingston 5 Ottawa 1

     Brampton 5 Peterborough 2

    Oshawa 3 Sudbury 2 (OT)

 

 

Knights 6 Greyhounds 2

Owen Sound Minor Hockey grad Ryan Hamelin was among the goal scorers for the Knights who won their 50th game of the season.

Hamelin, who has been playing for the St Thomas Stars in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League, was in action as London elected to rest more than a half dozen regulars for the final game of the season.

 
Brett Welychka scored twice for the Knights while Corey Pawley, Jacob Jammes and Kyle Platzer also scored in the victory.

Michael Schumacher and Nick Cousins scored for the Greyhounds who sat out 3 of their regular defenders.

Sault Ste Marie will meet the Owen Sound Attack in the first round of the playoffs.

Game 1 in the Western Conference Quarterfinal is Thursday at 7 pm at the JD McArthur Arena.

 


Whalers 4 Spitfires 0

Vincent Trocheck had 3 assists for the Whalers as he clinched the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy as the Ontario Hockey League's top scorer.

Ripley native Garrett Meurs also scored for Plymouth who finished the regular season with 16 wins in their last 17 games

Stefan Noesen, Cody Payne and Sebastien Uvira also scored while Matt Mahalak posted the shutout

The Spitfires failed to qualify for the post season.

 


Frontenacs 5 67's 1

Cody Alcock and Samuel Schutt both scored two goals for Kingston as they clinched the seventh spot. in the Eastern Conference.

Billy Jenkins had the other goal for the Frontenacs who will meet Barrie in the first round of the playoffs.

Overage defender Michal Cajkovsky scored the lone goal for the 67's who were last in the OHL standings this season.

 


Battalion 5 Petes 2

An impressive attempt for a playoff position by the Petes fell just short.

Mike Amadio's goal proved to be the winner for the Battalion who will face Sudbury in the playoffs.

Francis Menard, Barclay Goodrow, Matt MacLeod and former Attack forward Brendan Childerley also scored for Brampton.

Michael Clarke and Brett Findlay scored for the Petes who bridged a 16 point gap in the stretch, only to fall 1 point short of a playoff berth.

 

 

Generals 3 Wolves 2 in overtime

Lucas Lessio completed a hat trick with 12 seconds left in overtime to win it for the Generals.

Backup Ken Appleby made 17 saves for Oshawa who will meet Niagara in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

Ray Huether and Nicholas Baptiste scored for the Wolves

 

 

Final Standings

WESTERN CONFERENCE
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
r-London           68 50 13   2   3  279 180 105
y-Plymouth         68 42 17   5   4  292 202  93
x-Owen Sound       68 44 18   1   5  231 165  94
x-Kitchener        68 39 20   1   8  216 185  87
x-Guelph           68 39 23   2   4  253 210  84
x-S.S. Marie       68 36 26   3   3  262 257  78
x-Sarnia           68 35 28   1   4  247 254  75
x-Saginaw          68 32 29   4   3  250 264  71
Windsor            68 26 33   3   6  212 278  61
Erie               68 19 41   3   5  206 312  46

 


EASTERN CONFERENCE
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
z-Belleville       68 44 16   5   3  228 167  96
y-Barrie           68 44 20   2   2  245 185  92
x-Oshawa           68 42 22   1   3  235 192  88
x-Brampton         68 34 25   3   6  193 190  77
x-Sudbury          68 29 27   5   7  214 234  70
x-Niagara          68 30 34   2   2  227 250  64
x-Kingston         68 27 35   3   3  217 273  60
x-Mississauga      68 26 34   0   8  179 221  60
Peterborough       68 26 35   3   4  202 254  59
Ottawa             68 16 46   0   6  208 323  38
  
x  = clinched playoff berth;
y  = clinched division;
z  = clinched conference;
r  = clinched regular-season title.
 

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