October 18th Scoreboard

Windsor Spitfires 3 @ Owen Sound Attack 4 (OT)

  • Sean Durzi scored his first OHL goal, Dman Jarrett Meyer scored the OT winner
  • Ethan Szypula scored twice, Santino Centorame picked up three assissts
  • Anthony StefanoGabriel Vilardi and Aaron Luchuk scored for Windsor

Sudbury Wolves 5 @ Hamilton Bulldogs 2

  • Sudbury’s first road win of the season
  • First overall pick David Levin scored his fourth of the season
  • Matt Schmalz(1g1a), Jacob Harris(1g1a), Patrick Murphy(1g1a) and Alan Lyszczarczyk(1g2a) also scored for Sudbury
  • Stephen Harper scored a pair for Hamilton
  • Matthew Menna made 35 saves to record his first OHL win

Niagara IceDogs 3 @ North Bay Battalion 4

  • Jake Smith sets franchise record with 65th career win
  • Zach Bratina extends scoring streak to six games, he has 11 goals over that span
  • Mike Amadio had three goals, capping off a seven point weekend for the Battalion captain
  • Jordan MalettaAnthony DiFruscia and Johnny Corneil scored for Niagara

Ottawa 67’s 6 @ Saginaw Spirit 4

  • 67’s captain Travis Konecny had four assitsts, finishing the three-game weekend with eight helpers
  • Travis Barron scored his first career OHL hat trick, Drake Rhymsha has three assists
  • Dylan Sadowy scored three goals for Saginaw, Ty Felhaber added the other

Kitchener Rangers 2 @ Guelph Storm 0

  • Luke Opilka made 30 saves to record his first OHL shutout
  • Brandon Robinson and Brian Brosnan scored goals for Kitchener
  • The fourth time in nine games the Storm have been shutout, have scored a league low 15 goals
  • In Justin Nichol’s five losses this year, he’s given up more than two goals just once

Kingston Frontenacs 1 @ Oshawa Generals 0

  • Spencer Watson scored the OT winner on a beautiful sprawling feed from Lawson Crouse
  • Lucas Peressini stopped all 35 shots he faced to record the shutout
  • Logan Gauthier stopped 24 of 25 saves in the Oshawa net

Mississauga Steelheads 1 @ Sarnia Sting 4

  • The Sting have won three straight, and have picked up 11  points in their last six games
  • Troy Lajeunesse scored twice, his second multi-goal game of the season
  • Pavel Zacha and Patrick White also scored for Sarnia
  • Justin Fazio made 26 saves to record his fifth straight win, has allowed two or less goals in each of those games
  • Nathan Bastian‘s sixth of the year was the lone goal for Mississauga




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