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Monday, January 30, 2017

Stephens Stars Again

Regional | by Bayshore News Staff  

OHL Roundup

 

Ontario Hockey League

Owen Sound Attack 6 Kitchener Rangers 4
London Knights 4 Oshawa Generals 0
Windsor Spitfires 5 Hamilton Bulldogs 3
Sarnia Sting 6 Saginaw Spirit 5
Mississauga Steelheads 3 Sudbury Wolves 1
Peterborough Petes 2 North Bay Battalion 1




Attack 6 Rangers 4

Owen Sound captain Santino Centorame had a goal and 3 assists as the Attack extended their point streak to 17 games.

Kevin Hancock had 2 power play goals while Aidan Dudas, Cordell James and Matt Schmalz with an empty netter also scored in the win.

Connor Bunnaman had a pair of power play goals for the Rangers while Riley Damiani and Adam Mascherin added the other Kitchener goals.




Knights 4 Generals 0

Red hot Mitchell Stephens scored twice for the Knights.

Stephens had 6 goals over the weekend for London.

Janne Kuokkanen and Evan Bouchard had the other goals in the victory.

Tyler Parsons posted the shutout.




Spitfires 5 Bulldogs 3

Hayden McCool had a goal and 3 points for the Spitfires while Aaron Luchuk scored the game winner late in the third period

Adam Laishram, Graham Knott and Luke Boka also scored for Windsor.

Brandon Saigeon, Matt Luff and Michael Cramarossa scored for the Bulldogs




Sting 6 Spirit 5

Jordan Kyrou had two goals and 4 points for the Sting who have won 3 straight.

Troy Lageunesse also scored twice for Sarnia while Drake Rymsha and Sean Josling added singles.

Overage defender Jeff Kings had 4 assists

Kris Bennett scored twice for the Spirit who had a 4 game win streak snapped.

Brady Gilmour, Matthew Kreis and Hayden Hodgson also scored for Saginaw while Marcus Crawford had 5 assists



Steelheads 3 Wolves 1

Michael McLeod had a goal and 3 points to lead the Steelheads.

Jacob Cascagnette and Spencer Watson also scored for Mississauga

Fomer Attack forward Liam Dunda scored for the Wolves



Petes 2 Battalion 1

Speedster Jonathan Ang scored the game winner for the Petes.

Nikita Korostelev had the other goal for Peterborough who extended their winning streak to 5 games.

Defenceman Zach Shankar had the Battalion goal




Western Conference

ER    47    34    10    2    1    71
SSM    48    33    12    2    1    69
LDN    47    32    8    3    4    71
WSR    48    30    11    5    2    67
OS    47    32    13    1    1    66
KIT    48    27    17    2    2    58
SAR    48    24    18    5    1    54
FLNT    47    22    21    1    3    48
SAG    48    19    21    6    2    46
GUE    48    17    27    2    2    38
 

Eastern Conference

PBO    47    28    15    1    3    60
MISS    48    20    17    6    5    51
OSH    47    27    15    3    2    59
KGN    47    22    17    5    3    52
HAM    47    22    20    3    2    49
OTT    49    20    24    5    0    45
SBY    47    19    22    6    0    44
NB    47    18    25    3    1    40
NIAG    48    16    24    5    3    40
BAR    47    13    27    6    1    33

 

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