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Monday, March 12, 2012

OHL Scores, Standings & Sked

Regional | by Bayshore News Staff  

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Ontario Hockey League

Plymouth Whalers 4 Owen Sound Attack 3

    Windsor 7 Sarnia 5

    Guelph 6 Erie 4

    Kitchener 1 London 0

    Niagara 5 Kingston 2

    St Mike's 6 Ottawa 3

    Oshawa 5 Brampton 2

 

Whalers 4 Attack 3

Stefan Noesen had two goals as the Whalers scored 4 times on the power play to beat the Attack

Tom Wilson and JT Miller also scored power play goals for the Whalers who have now won nine straight,

Jay Gilbert, Cameron Brace and Devon Rymarchuk with his first OHL goal scored for the Attack who sit fifth in the West.

Friday, the Attack will be at Guelph to meet the Storm

You can hear the game Friday live from the Sleeman Centre on CFOS with Grey Motors Bearadio

 


Spoitfires 7 Sting 5

Kerby Rychel scored twice for the Spitfires while Michael Clarke scored once and set up three more

Stephen Alonge, Zack MacQueen, Brady Vail and Ben Johnson scored the other goals for Windsor who are 7th in the Western Conference

Charles Sarault paced the Sting with two goals while Reid Boucher, Connor Murphy and Ludvig Rensfeldt added single markers

 

Storm 6 Otters 4

Scott Kosmachuk scored once and set up two more for the Storm while Brock McGinn had a two goal game

Hunter Garlent, Jason Dickinson and Zack Mitchell added single goals.for Guelph

Jake Evans, Mitchell Eisenberg, Anthony Cortellessa and Dane Fox scored for the Otters who have dropped five straight.

The Storm hold down the 8th and final playoff spot in the Western Conference, 2 points up on Sault Ste Marie

 

Rangers 1 Knights 0

John Gibson stopped 37 shots for his first shutout of the season 

Eric Ming scored the lone goal of the game 

Kitchener is cemented in third place in the Western Conference while the Knights are tied with Plymouth for the Western Conference lead

London has played 1 less game than Plymouth


 

IceDogs 5 Frontenacs 2

Andrew Agozzino and David Pacan had a goal and an assist each for the IceDogs

Trevor Petersen, Alex Friesen and Ryan Strome also scored for Niagara   

Ryan Kujawinksi and Warren Steele scored for Kingston who have lost 7 in a row

 

Majors 6 67's 3

Spenser Cobbold and Jamie Wise each had a goal and an assist for the Majors.

Trevor Carrick, Sergey Kuptsov, Doug Harvey and Mika Partanen also scored for St Mike's.

Mike Cazzola scored twice for the 67's & Shane Prince added a goal for Ottawa

 

Generals 5 Battalion 2

Lucas Lessio had a goal and an assist for the Generals

With the victory, Oshawa clinches a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

Daniel Maggio, Nicklas Jensen, Scott Laughton and Christian Thomas also scored for Oshawa.

Mitchell Porowski & Ian Watters scored for Brampton

 


WESTERN CONFERENCE
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
y-London           65 47 17   0   1  271 174  95
y-Plymouth         66 46 17   2   1  272 196  95
x-Kitchener        65 41 22   1   1  243 201  84
x-Sarnia           65 33 25   2   5  234 223  73
x-Owen Sound       66 32 27   3   4  233 213  71
x-Saginaw          65 30 27   1   7  243 254  68
Windsor            65 28 30   5   2  201 243  63
Guelph             65 28 31   2   4  222 234  62
Sault Ste. Marie   65 27 32   2   4  209 256  60
Erie               65 10 49   3   3  165 325  26   

 

EASTERN CONFERENCE
 
                   GP .W. L .OTL SOL. GF. GA. Pt 
y-Niagara          65 44 18   0   3  274 165  91
y-Ottawa           65 39 18   5   3  256 201  86
x-Barrie           65 39 22   2   2  238 197  82
x-Brampton         66 34 22   3   7  193 183  78
x-Sudbury          64 35 24   4   1  229 226  75
x-Mississauga      65 31 27   1   6  194 214  69
x-Oshawa           64 30 28   3   3  230 224  66
Belleville         65 32 32   1   0  191 216  65
Peterborough       65 26 32   3   4  207 263  59
Kingston           66 19 40   3   4  184 281  45

x  _ clinched playoff berth;
y  _ clinched division;
d  _ division leaders ranked in top two positions regardless of points;


Tue. Mar. 13
Barrie at Sudbury 7:35 pm
Oshawa at Peterborough 7:05 pm

Wed. Mar. 14
Plymouth at S.S. Marie 7:05 pm
Saginaw at Sarnia 7:00 pm
Erie at Guelph 7:00 pm
Oshawa at Belleville 7:05 pm

Thu. Mar. 15
London at Windsor 7:05 pm
Peterborough at Niagara 7:00 pm

Fri. Mar. 16
Sarnia at London 7:30 pm
Erie at Kitchener 7:30 pm
Windsor at Saginaw 7:11 pm
Owen Sound at Guelph 7:30 pm for Grey Motors Bearadio on CFOS
Barrie at Mississauga 7:30 pm
Sudbury at Ottawa 7:30 pm
Belleville at Kingston 7:30 pm

Sat. Mar. 17
Windsor at S.S. Marie 7:35 pm
Sarnia at Plymouth 7:05 pm
London at Erie 7:00 pm
Kitchener at Saginaw 7:11 pm
Guelph at Owen Sound 7:30 pm at Harry Lumley-Bayshore
Brampton at Barrie 7:30 pm
Ottawa at Niagara 7:00 pm
Mississauga at Oshawa 7:05 pm
Sudbury at Belleville 7:05 pm

Sun. Mar. 18
Kitchener at S.S. Marie 7:05 pm
Ottawa at Brampton 2:00 pm
Niagara at Mississauga 2:00 pm
Peterborough at Oshawa 6:05 pm
Sudbury at Kingston 2:00 pm

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