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Mississauga wins again, full OHL playoff recap from Tuesday night

The Owen Sound Attack are in action on Wednesday night in Sault Ste. Marie for game four of their Western Conference Quarterfinal -- which Owen Sound leads 2-1.

You can hear the game live on with Terry's Trailer Service Kia of Owen Sound Bear Radio.

There were five games in the Ontario Hockey League Playoffs on Tuesday night.

Scott Kosmachuk scored a tie-breaking goal with under two minutes left to play as the Guelph Storm edged the Rangers 3-2 to cut Kitchener's lead in the best-of-seven OHL opening-round series to 2-1.

The Rangers took a 2-0 lead after a first-period goal by Ben Thomson and Radek Faksa's goal at 8:56 of the third period.

But the Storm rallied in the third with two straight goals by Andrey Pedan before Kosmachuk's go-ahead marker at 18:11.
Garrett Sparks made 33 saves for Guelph, while John Gibson stopped 40 shots at the other end.
Game 4 is Thursday in Guelph.

Alex Broadhurst scored three goals and Anthony Stolarz made 32 saves as the London Knights trounced the Saginaw Spirit 7-1 to take a commanding 3-0 series lead.

Kyle Platzer, Remi Elie, Paxton Leroux and Nikita Zadorov also scored for the Knights, while Max Domi and Dekota Mermis pitched in with a pair of assists each.
Dalton Young scored the only goal for the Spirit, who will try to avoid a sweep in Game 4 Thursday night at the Dow Event Center.
Saginaw outshot London 33-28 but Stolarz was outstanding once again turning aside all but one for the Knights. Jake Paterson finished with 21 saves at the other end.
Broadhurst got the Knights up and running as he finished off a three-way passing play early in the game at the 2:12 mark.
Less then four minutes later London made it 2-0 as Platzer scored unassisted after moving in front before putting the puck past Paterson.

Chris Festarini made 40 saves, and former Owen Sound Attacker Steven Shipley had two goals and an assist as the Niagara IceDogs defeated the Oshawa Generals 4-2.

Brett Ritchie, back from missing the last game with the flu, and Anthony DiFruscia, also scored for Niagara, which trails the Eastern Conference quarter-final 2-1.
Cole Cassels and Scott Laughton replied for Oshawa, which outshot the IceDogs 42-35.
Daniel Altshuller turned aside 31 shots for the Generals.
Niagara finished the game 0 for 6 on the power play, while Oshawa was 0 for 3.

Frank Palazzese made 39 saves as the Sudbury Wolves defeated the Brampton Battalion 3-1 to take a 2-1 lead in their OHL playoff.
Mathew Campagna, Dominik Kubalik and Nathan Pancel scored for the Wolves, who managed only 13 shots on goal.
Blake Clarke opened the scoring for Brampton, when he fired home a shot over Palazzese's left shoulder at 4:19 in the first period.
Campagna tied the game at 19:07 of the second period after he backhanded the puck over Matej Machovsky's glove.
Kubalik put Sudbury up 2-1 at 5:01 of the third period when he beat Machovsky between the legs on a shot from the right face-off circle.
Pancel added an empty-net goal at 18:53.

Dylan Smoskowitz scored a pair of goals to lead the Mississauga Steelheads to a 5-2 victory over the Belleville Bulls.

Riley Brace, Josh Burnside and Andres Kopstals each scored a goal and an assist for the eighth-seeded Steelheads, who overcame a 2-0 deficit in the second period to tie the best-of-seven series 2-2.
Joseph Cramarossa opened the scoring 11 seconds after the opening face off and Jake Cardwell made it 2-0 for the No. 1 Bulls with a power-play goal early in the second.
Smoskowitz cut the lead to 2-1 at 4:08 before Brace tied the game five minutes later in the second.
Smoskowitz scored the eventual winner with a second-period power play at 16:31.
Burnside stretched the lead to 4-2 late in the third and Kopstals added an empty-netter.




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