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Monday, January 23, 2017

Knights & Generals Lead Conferences

Regional | by Bayshore News Staff  

Ontario Hockey League Sunday Scores, Sked & Standings

Kris Bennett courtesy Ontario Hockey League 

 

Ontario Hockey League

London Knights 11 Niagara IceDogs 2
Guelph Storm 4 Windsor Spitfires 2
Kitchener Rangers 5 Ottawa 67's 3
Saginaw Spirit 6 North Bay Battalion 3
Oshawa Generals 5 Mississauga Steelheads 2


 

Knights 11 IceDogs 2

Owen MacDonald had two goals and 4 points as London took possession of first place in the Western Conference.

Mitchell Vande Sompel scored and also had a 4 point game for London.

Adrian Carbonara, JJ Piccinich and Sam Miletic scored twice in the victory while Evan Bouchard and Robert Thomas had single markers.

Ondrej Machala and Kirill Maksimov scored for the IceDogs



Storm 4 Spitfires 2

Isaac Ratcliffe scored the game winner late in the third period for the Storm and Kincardine native Garrett McFadden sealed the win with an empty netter
    
Nolan Makkonen and James McEwan also scored for Guelph who have won 2 in a row.

Connor Corcoran and Aaron Luchuk scored for the Spitfires.




Rangers 5 67's 3

Overage Darby Llewellyn scored the winner for the Rangers late in the second period

Nick McHugh ( on a penalty shot ), Cole Carter, Greg Meireles and Connor Bunnaman also scored for Kitchener.

Zack Dorval, Kody Clark and Travis Barron scored for the 67's.



Spirit 6 Battalion 3

Kris Bennett had a hat trick for the Spirit

Max Grondin, Hayden Hodgson and Cole Coskey also scored for Saginaw.

Evan Cormier made 28 saves for the win against his former club.

Brett McKenzie, Zach Poirier and Max Kislinger scored for the Battalion



Generals 5 Steelheads 2

Sean Allen, Eric Henderson, Medric Mercier, Kenny Huether and Robbie Burt scored for the Generals who moved back into first place in the Eastern Conference.

Stefan LeBlanc and Jacob Cascagnette scored for the Steelheads.



Thursday, the Owen Sound Attack who are on a 14 game win streak will be back in Barrie for a make-up game for the match that was postponed in mid-December.

You can hear Thursday's game live from the Molson Centre on 560 CFOS with Kia of Owen Sound-Terry's Trailer Service Bearadio

Bearadio is brought to you in part by King & Associates




Western Conference

LDN    44    30    7    3    4    67
SSM    46    32    11    2    1    67
ER    44    31    10    2    1    65
WSR    45    29    9    5    2    65
OS    44    30    13    1    0    61
KIT    45    26    15    2    2    56
SAR    46    22    18    5    1    50
FLNT    45    21    20    1    3    46
SAG    45    17    20    6    2    42
GUE    46    17    25    2    2    38


Eastern Conference

OSH    44    25    14    3    2    55
MISS    44    17    17    5    5    44
PBO    44    25    15    1    3    54
HAM    44    22    17    3    2    49
KGN    44    20    17    5    2    47
SBY    45    19    21    5    0    43
OTT    46    18    23    5    0    41
NB    45    18    24    3    0    39
NIAG    46    16    23    4    3    39
BAR    44    13    26    4    1    31

 

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