Week That Was

Week That Was


Kevin Spinozzi (2g 1a) and Adam Ruzicka (3a) has three points in Sarnia’s 4-1 win over London. Jaden Lindo scored for the Sting, just days after being dealt from the Owen Sound Attack.

Matthew Menna made 23 saves as Flint blanked Saginaw 4-0. Big offensive nights for Nicholas Caamano (1g 2a) and Ryan Moore (2g 2a)


Cole Carter (1g 2a) had three points as Windsor beat Erie 4-1. Michael DiPietro made 18 saves in the Windsor net.

Drake Rymsha scored twice, while Artur Tyanulin (1g 2a) and Cart Robertson (3a) chipped in with three points in Ottawa’s 5-3 win over Peterborough.


The London Knights raised their Memorial Cup Championship Banner prior to a 6-2 win over Erie.

Matt Luff scored a hat trick and MacKenzie Entwistle added a pair of goals in Hamilton’s 7-0 win over Mississauga. Kaden Fulcher made 31 saves to record his first OHL shutout.

Sarnia scored two third period goals to come from behind and beat Owen Sound 3-2. Liam Stevens scored twice as Guelph beat Saginaw 5-1. Kitchener doubled up Flint 4-2 despite being out shot 30-15.

Matthew Philip scored his first OHL goal in Niagara’s 3-1 win over North Bay. Colton Incze made 32 saves in the victory.

Austin McEneny had four assists in Windsor’s 5-2 win in Sault Ste. Marie.

Sudbury got multi-point nights from Alan Lyszczarczyk (1g 1a), David Levin (1g 1a) and Aiden Jamieson (2a) in a 4-3 win over Sudbury. Eric Commisso (1g 2a) and Eric Henderson (1g 2a) both had three point efforts in the loss.

Ben Hawerchuk’s third period goal was the difference in Barrie’s 2-1 win over Kingston. Anthony Stefano added Barrie’s other tally, Jason Robertson scored for Kingston.


Flint beat Owen Sound 2-0, Garrett Forrest made 27 saves to record a shutout in his OHL debut.

Seven players scored for Hamilton in a 7-2 win over Kingston. Matt Luff (4) and MacKenzie Entwistle (3) scored again for the Bulldogs.

David Miller had a hat trick and Bobby MacIntyre had five points (2g 3a) in Sault Ste. Marie’s 8-5 win over Oshawa. Dman Connor Timmins has four assists. Second year forward Robbie Burt had a pair of goals for Oshawa.

Liam Herbst made 40 saves as Guelph beat Saginaw for the second straight night, this time it was a 2-1 decision.


Matt Brassard (2g 1a), Justin Murray (3a), Anthony Stefano (1g 2a) and Kirill Nizhnikov (1g 1a) had multi-point nights for Barrie in a 7-5 win over Ottawa. Chase Campbell scored twice for the 67’s.

Aidan McFarland scored a hat trick as Mississauga beat Sudbury 6-1. Ryan McLeod and Stefan LeBlanc both had three assists in the win. Matthew Mancina mae 24 saves for his first win as a Steelhead

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