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October 23rd Scoreboard

Windsor Spitfires 1 @ Sudbury Wolves 3

  • First matchup between top draft picks David Levin(2a) and Gabriel Vilardi(1g)
  • Zack Bowman made 34 saves to pick up his first win with Sudbury
  • Patrick MurphyPavel Jenys and Dmitry Sokolov scored for Sudbury

Kingston Frontenacs 3 @ Erie Otters 2 (OT)

  • Spencer Watson scored twice, including the OT winner
  • Otters outshot Fronts 39-25 but lose first game of the season
  • Dylan Strome scored his first goal of the season, he had 10 assists in his first five games
  • Lucas Perissini made 37 saves in the Kingston net
  • Roland McKeown had three assists

Oshawa Generals 2 @ Ottawa 67’s 4

  • Travis Konecny(2g1a) and Travis Barron(3a) both had three-point nights
  • Oshawa Dman Jalen Smereck scored his first OHL goal
  • Drake Rhymsha(1g1a) and Jeremiah Addison also scored for Ottawa, Lukas Lofquist added Oshawa’s other tally

Sarnia Sting 7 @ Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 2

  • Sarnia scored three straight first period goals, and followed that up with four unanswered in the second
  • Jakob Chychrun(2g1a) was a +6, Jeff King(2a) was a +5
  • Troy LajeunesseBrandon LindbergRyan McGregor and Nikita Korostelev(1g2a) scored goals for Sarnia
  • Blake Speers and Hayden Verbeek scored for the Greyhounds

Owen Sound Attack 1 @ London Knights 5

  • JJ Piccinich(2g1a), Jack Hidi, Cliff Pu and Kole Sherwood scored for London
  • Matthew Struthers scored his first OHL goal for Owen Sound
  • Tyler Parsons made 26 saves in the London net

Saginaw Spirit 4 @ Mississauga Steelheads 3 (SO)

  • Dylan Sadowy(1g1a) and Kris Bennett(2g) scored for Saginaw
  • Michael McLeod(2g) and Josh Burnside scored for Mississauga
  • Evan Cormier made 29 saves for Saginaw, Cameron Zanussi stopped 24 shots in the Mississauga net

Niagara IceDogs 5 @ Guelph Storm 1

  • In 11 games this season, Guelph has scored one or fewer goals seven times
  • Captain CJ Garcia scored Guelph’s only goal
  • Ben JonesJordan Maletta(1g1a), Graham KnottJohnny Corneil(1g2a) and Josh Ho-Sang(1g1a) scored for Niagara
  • Stephen Dhillon stopped 29 of 30 shots in the Niagara net

Peterborough Petes 1 @ Kitchener Rangers 4

  • Kitchener has yet to lose in regulation and have won six straight
  • Brandon RobinsonRyan MacInnisJacob Cascagnette and Frank Hora scored for Kitchener
  • Adam Mascherin extended his point streak to 11 games
  • Dawson Carty stopped 23 shots for Kitchener
  • Greg Betzold‘s 10th of the season was the lone Petes marker

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