London, Barrie, Kingston and Oshawa have all taken commanding 3-0 leads in their first round OHL playoff series.
London crushed Windsor 10-2 in Game 3 on Tuesday night -- and what's worse, Spitfires goalie Dalen Kuchmey pulled himself from the game when the Knights made it 8-1 in the second period. Kuchmey actually drove away from the arena.
Windsor's other goalie Alex Fotinos was sick, but came in to play the final 25 minutes.
The game also featured a high stick from London goalie Anthony Stolarz to Windsor forward Josh Ho Sang that the league may review.
Barrie held on for a 6-4 win in Sudbury on Tuesday night to move to within a win of a sweep -- Andrew Mangiapane and Brendan Lemieux each scored twice for the Colts.
Kingston got two goals from Samuel Schutt and Matt Mahalak made 43 saves as the Frontenacs doubled Peterborough 4-2 to grab a 3-0 series lead.
Oshawa needed double overtime to beat Mississauga 6-5 to give the Generals a 3-0 series lead -- Josh Sterk scored the winner, 11:28 into the second overtime.
Spencer Martin made 58 saves in the loss for the Steelheads.
The other two games were upsets.
Plymouth beat Guelph 2-1 as Alex Nedeljkovic turned aside 52 shots -- and the Storm's lead in the best of 7 series is 2-1.
Niagara also won their second in a row, beating North Bay 2-0 -- Brent Moran made 42 saves for the shut out and the Ice Dogs now lead the series 2-1.