Two close games in the OHL on Wednesday.
The Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds lost 6-4 to the Sudbury Wolves.
Mikkel Aagaard had a pair of goals for the Wolves (9-26-4) while Danny Desrochers, Brady Pataki, Ryan Valentini and Ben Garagan rounded out the attack.
Zachary Senyshyn scored twice for the Greyhounds (17-16-5), who also got goals from Gabe Guertler and Keigan Goetz.
The Greyhounds remain tied with the Owen Sound Attack for 6th in the Western Conference.
Also of note, Jordan Maletta scored twice as the Niagara IceDogs got past the Hamilton Bulldogs 5-3.
The IceDogs blew a 3-0 lead before winning it in the third period.
Graham Knott, Ryan Mantha and Johnny Corneil supplied the rest of the offence for Niagara (19-13-5), which got two assists each from Josh Ho-Sang and Aaron Haydon.
Mason Marchment struck twice for the Bulldogs (14-21-3), with Niki Petti adding the other. It was Hamilton's fourth-straight loss.
Stephen Dhillon turned away 26 shots for the win in net as Connor Hicks made 29 saves in defeat.
The Owen Sound Attack are at Windsor for a game Thursday night.
The Owen Sound Attack look to snap a two game losing streak while the Spitfires have won three in a row.
But Owen Sound has won the previous two meetings against Windsor.
Attack defender Damir Sharipzyanov is due back in Canada after competing in the World Junior Championship Tournament for Russia.
However, it's anticipated that Sharipzyanov may not see game action until Saturday night when the Attack host Kingston
Game time is 7:05 PM on Thursday
The pregame begins at 6:35 PM on Terry's Trailer Service Kia of Owen Sound Bearadio.
Also in the OHL tonight, the Barrie Colts host Mississauga.
The Erie Otters are in North Bay, while Oshawa visits Peterborough.