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Monday, March 7, 2011

Ontario Hockey League Scores & Standings

Owen Sound | by Bayshore News Staff  

Kitchener Moves To Within 2 Of Attack

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Ontario Hockey League

    Ottawa 2 Kitchener 1 (OT) 

    Windsor 4 Guelph 3 (SO)

    Erie 8 Sarnia 2

    Sault Ste. Marie 4 Plymouth 1

    Mississauga 4 Sudbury 0

     Barrie 5 Kingston 4 (SO)

    Brampton 4 Peterborough 1

    Oshawa 5 Belleville 4

 

 67's 2 Rangers 1 in overtime

Cody Ceci scored in overtime for the 67's who have won 4 in a row.

 With the win, Ottawa maintained its five-point advantage over the Oshawa Generals for the East Division lead,

Tobias Rieder scored for the Rangers who gained a point & sit 2 points back of the Owen Sound Attack for first place in the MidWest Division & Western Conference

 

Spitfires 4 Storm 3 in a shootout

Tom Kuhnhackl and Taylor Carnevale scored in the shootout and Jack Campbell made 28 saves for the Spitfires

Nick Ebert, Kenny Ryan and Kerby Rychel scored in regulation for Windsor while Taylor Beck, Sam Lofquist and Michael Latta replied for Guelph.

 

Otters 8, Sting 2

Mike Cazzola had a hat trick and Greg McKegg scored twice and added two assists for the Otters thumped Sarnia.

Sarnia has surrendered 28 goals against in their last 3 games

Shawn Szydlowski added a goal and an assist for the Otters while Connor Crisp and Brett Thompson also scored.

Kale Kerbashian had a goal and an assist for Sarnia while German import Nick Latta also scored for the Sting

 

Greyhounds 4 Whalers 1

Nick Cousins scored twice for the Greyhounds while Rudy Sulmonte and Carson Dubchak had the other Soo markers

Robbie Czarnik had the only goal for the Whalers

 

 Majors 4 Wolves 0

Justin Shugg scored twice  and goaltender JP Anderson posted his second shutout of the weekend for the Majors

Anderson blocked 29 shots as the Majors won their fourth game in a row 

The victory gave the Majors a 10-point lead over the idle Niagara IceDogs in the conference standings. Both Mississauga and Niagara have six games remaining in the regular season.

 

Colts 5 Frontenacs 4 in a shootout

Eric Locke and Mark Scheifele scored in the shootout for the Colts 

 Scheifele scored twice in regulation for Barrie, while John Padulo and Colin Behenna had the other goals.

Mitch Lebar had two for Kingston  while Ryan Spooner added a goal and three assists. Erik Gudbranson chipped in with a goal as well.

 

Generals 5 Bulls 4

Nicklas Jensen scored twice for the Generals

Andy Andreoff added a goal and two assists as Oshawa snapped a three-game losing streak.

Defenceman Daniel Maggio had a goal and assist while Alain Berger scored the other Oshawa goal.

Brendan Guance, Luke Judson, Mike Mascioli and Joe Underwood replied for the Bulls who hold the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference

 

Battalion 4, Petes 1

Overage Scott Tanski scored twice as the Battalion outshot Peterborough 41-8 in the game.

Barclay Goodrow and Domenic Alberga also scored for Brampton

Geoff Bezruchko replied for Peterborough who trail Belleville by 2 points for the final playoff spot in the East

 


The Owen Sound Attack are at Windsor & Kitchener Thursday & Friday

You can hear both games live on CFOS with Grey Motors Bearadio

Bearadio is brought to you in part by the Brian E. Wood Funeral Home

www.attackhockey.com

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
dx-Owen Sound      62 41 17   1   3  257 199  86
dx-Saginaw         62 38 20   3   1  223 189  80
x-Kitchener        63 38 17   4   4  243 197  84
x-Windsor          63 35 22   3   3  263 230  76
x-Plymouth         63 35 23   1   4  236 201  75
x-Erie             64 36 26   1   1  260 214  74
x-London           63 32 26   4   1  216 233  69
x-Guelph           63 31 25   4   3  232 241  69
Sault Ste. Marie   63 22 33   5   3  224 259  52
Sarnia             62 22 34   4   2  219 299  50   

 

EASTERN CONFERENCE
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
dx-Mississauga     62 47 13   0   2  264 161  96
dx-Ottawa          63 41 19   1   2  258 186  85
x-Niagara          62 40 16   2   4  247 180  86
x-Oshawa           62 35 17   4   6  251 220  80
x-Kingston         62 28 26   4   4  223 246  64
x-Brampton         62 27 29   0   6  174 196  60
x-Sudbury          63 27 33   2   1  214 253  57 
Belleville         62 19 39   0   4  157 245  42
Peterborough       63 19 42   1   1  181 276  40
Barrie             63 13 46   2   2  214 331  30

x  _ clinched playoff berth;
d  _ division leaders ranked 1-2 in conference regardless of points.
   

 Wednesday

     Oshawa at Belleville, 7:05 p.m.
    Ottawa at Kingston, 7 p.m.
    Saginaw at Sault Ste. Marie, 7 p.m.


 Thursday 

     Owen Sound Attack at Windsor Spitfires    6:50 for Grey Motors Bearadio on CFOS

     Brampton at Niagara, 7 p.m.
    Mississauga at Peterborough, 7 p.m.
    Guelph at Sarnia, 7 p.m. 
    Sudbury at Barrie, 7:30 p.m.
   


 

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