October 25th Scoreboard

Kingston Frontenacs 3 @ Guelph Storm 2

  • The loss is Guelph’s 7th straight
  • Kingston outshot the Storm 48-23
  • Connor McGlynnRyan Verbeek and Chad Duchesne scored for Kingston
  • James McEwan and Givani Smith(1g1a) scored for Guelph

Saginaw Spirit 3 @ Kitchener Rangers 4

  • Dylan Sadowy(3a), Matthew Kreis(2g) and Markus Niemelainen(2a) had multi-point nights for Saginaw, Connor Brown also scored
  • Gustaf Franzen(1g1a), Brandon Robinson(1g2a), Darby Llewellyn and Ryan MacInnis(1g1a) scored for Kitchener
  • since returning from injury, Robinson has scored a goal in all five games with Kitchener this season
  • Kitchener is the only remaining team in the OHL without a regulation loss, they’ve won seven straight

North Bay Battalion 2 @ Mississauga Steelheads 4

  • Sean DayJosh BurnsideEverett Clark and Stefan LeBlanc scored for Mississauga
  • Michael McLeod and Alexander Nylander both had a pair of assists
  • Miles Liberati and Mike Amadio scored for North Bay
  • Jack Flinn stopped 20 shots to record his 6th win of the season

London Knights 3 @ Windsor Spitfires 6

  • Gabriel Vilardi(1g1a), Cole Carter(1g1a), Jalen Chatfield(1g2a), Bradley Latour(1g2a), Aaron Luchuk(1g1a) and Christiano DiGiacinto(1g1a) scored for Windsor
  • Chandler YakimowiczKole Sherwood and Aaron Berisha scored for London
  • Windsor went 3/8 on the powerplay

Peterborough Petes 1 @ Ottawa 67’s 4

  • Dante Salituro(2g1a), Travis Konecny(1g1a) and Ben Fanjoy scored for Ottawa
  • Konecny has a nine game point streak, scoring 3 goals and 17 assists during that span
  • CJ Clark scored the lone Petes goal
  • Ottawa went 2/3 on the PP, Peterborough went 1/6

Barrie Colts 5 @ Oshawa Generals 3

  • Barrie had multi point nights from Andrew Mangiapane(3g), Julius Nattinen(3a), Roy Radke(2a), and Kevin Lebanc(1g1a), Zachary Magwood also scored
  • Matt MisteleAnthony Cirelli and Kenny Huether scored for Oshawa
  • Oshawa goalie Logan Gauthier was pulled after allowing two goals on three shots, Jeremy Broduer stopped 14 of 16 in relief

Hamilton Bulldogs 6 @ Sudbury Wolves 3

  • Nick Petti(1g1a), Cole CandellaMaurizio Colella(2g), Benjamin Gleason(1g1a) and MacKenzie Entwistle scored for Hamilton
  • Kyle Cobianco(1g1a), Matt Schmalz and Conor Cummins scored for Sudbury
  • The Wolves went 2/6 on the PP
  • Matthew Menna stopped 33 shots for Sudbury, Connor Hicks made 29 saves to record his 2nd win of the season

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