Week That Was

Week That Was

Wednesday

· Hamilton 5 @ Owen Sound 7 ·
Wild night in Owen Sound, Marcus Phillips and Jonah Gadjovich scored a pair. Petrus Palmu tied an OHL record by scoring a goal four seconds into the second period, he finished the night with a goal and three assists. Matthew Strome scored twice for the Bulldogs. Starting goalies Cole Ceci and Bradley Van Schubert were pulled from the game, Kaden Fulcher (L) and Riley Daniels (W) finished the game.

· Oshawa 1 @ Peterborough 4 ·
Dylan Wells turned away 37 of 38 shots for the Petes while Logan DeNoble scored twice in the victory. Zach Gallant and Matyas Svoboda also scored for the Petes, while Domenic Commisso scored the lone Oshawa goal.

Thursday

· Sault Ste. Marie 3 @ Windsor 1 ·
Joseph Raaymakers made 28 saves in the Greyhound net while David Miller, Bobby MacIntyre and Barrett Hayton (first OHL goal) scored goals for Sault Ste. Marie. Cole Purboo scored Windsor’s only goal, Michael DiPietro stopped 25 of 27 shots.

Friday

· Windsor 4 @ Mississauga 1 ·
Logan Brown (4a), Aaron Luchuk (1g 1a) and Cole Carter (2g 1a) had multi point nights for the Spitfires, while rookie Cole Purboo score for the fourth straight game to start his OHL career. All four of Windsor’s goals came on the power play. Mario Culina stopped 24 of 25 shots for the Spits, Matthew Mancina turned aside 30 of 34. Shaw Boomhower scored for Mississauga.

· Kitchener 6 @ North Bay 3 ·
Trailing 3-1, Kitchener scored five unanswered goals to beat North Bay. Jake Henderson (1g 1a), Darby Llewelyn (2a), Jacob Cascagnette (1g 1a) and Greg Meireles had multi point nights for the Rangers. Steve Harland (1g 1a) and Maurizio Colella (1g 1a) and Brady Lyle scored for the Battalion.

· Kingston 4 @ Niagara 0 ·
Jeremy Helvig stopped all 29 shots he faced. Linus Nyman (1st OHL goal), Nathan Billitier, Zack Dorval and Ted Nichol scored for the Fronts. Niagara went 0/9 on the power play while Kingston went 1/7.

· Barrie 4 @ Sudbury 5 (OT) ·
Reagan O’Grady scored the game winning goal 18 seconds into overtime. Lucas Chiodo and Cordell James scored third period goals for the Colts to force OT, Tyler Tucker (1st OHL goal) and Roy Radke also scored for Barrie. Sudbury’s Owen Lane (1st OHL goal) scored on a penalty shot, Kyle Capobianco, Darian Pilon and Drake Pilon (1st OHL goal) also scored.

· Ottawa 4 @ Sarnia 7 ·
Nikita Korostelev scored three goals in his season debut, while Kevin Spinozzi, Anthony Salinitri and Troy Lajeunesse each had a pair of assists. Filip Helt scored his first OHL goal in his first game. Sasha Chmelevski (1g) and Patrick White (2a) faced their former team for the first time. Jeff King finished the game with an assist and a +4 rating.

· Hamilton 6 @ Guelph 3 ·
Michael Cramarossa (2g), Benjamin Gleason (2a) and Marian Studenic (1g 2a) had multi point nights for the Bulldogs. Studenic and Isaac Nurse scored their first OHL goals in the victory. Isaac Ratcliffe, James McEwan and Matthew Hotchkiss scored for Guelph.

· Peterborough 1 @ Oshawa 4 ·
Jeremy Brodeur stopped 24 shots in the Oshawa net, while Eric Henderson, Anthony Cirelli, Jack Studnicka and Joe Manchurek scored for the Gens. Matyas Svoboda scored for the Petes.

· Sault Ste. Marie 3 @ London 2 (SO) ·
Jack Kopacka and Gustav Bouramman scored in the shootout while Janne Kuokkanen had the lone London shootout tally. Great goaltending in both nets, Emanuel Vella stopped 34 of 36 for London, Joseph Raaymakers turn aside 35-37. Cliff Pu (1g 1a) and Victor Mete scored for the Knights, Bobby MacIntyre and Morgan Frost (1g 1a) scored for the ‘Hounds.

Saturday

· Kingston 1 @ Erie 6 ·
Christian Girhiny scored his first two OHL goals, while Ivan Lodnia (2g 1a) and Taylor Raddysh (1g 2a) both had three point nights. Ted Nichol scored the only goal for Kingston. Jake Lawr stopped 19 of 20 for Erie, while Jeremy Helvig faced 47 shots in the loss, and stopped 41.

· Sarnia 4 @ Flint 7 ·
Nicholas Caamano (2g 3a), Mathieu Henderson (4a), Ryan Moore (1g 2a), Kole Sherwood (2g) and Jalen Smereck (3a) had big offensive nights. Jordan Kyrou had three assists for Sarnia. Connor Hicks stopped 35 of 39 in his Firebirds debut.

· Hamilton 4 @ Niagara 3
Matt Luff scored the winner with 16 seconds left in regulation.All three of Niagara’s goals (Ben Jones, Ryan Mantha, Liam Ham) came in the second period, two of which were on the power play. It was Liam Ham’s first goal in the OHL. Benjamin Gleason, Michael Cramarossa (1g 1a) and MacKenzie Entwistle scored for Hamilton.

· Ottawa 6 @ Saginaw 3 ·
Patrick White (2a), Sasha Chmelevski (2a), Artur Tyanulin (1g 2a) and Austen Keating (1g 2a) paced the offence for Ottawa. Brady Gilmour (1g 1a), Kirill Maksimov (1g 1a) and CJ Garcia scored for Saginaw. Olivier Lafreniere stopped 39 of 42 shots to record his first OHL win.

· London 3 @ Barrie 1 ·
JJ Piccinich (1g 1a), Alex Formenton (1st OHL goal) and Janne Kuokkanen scored for London, while James Cordell scored Barrie’s only goal. Tyler Johnson stopped 20 shots, while David Ovsjannikov kicked aside 35 of 38.

 

· Guelph 4 @ Owen Sound 2 ·
Garrett McFadden, Austin Hall, Albert Michnac (1g 1a) and Matthew Hotchkiss scored for Guelph. Petrus Palmu and Markus Phillips tallied for Owen Sound, both coming with the man advantage. Storm rookie Anthony Popovich stole the show in net, stopped 53 of 55 shots for his first OHL victory.

Sunday

· North Bay 7 @ Mississauga 4 ·
Brett Hawgrave (2g) and Brett McKenzie (1g 2a) led the offence for the Battalion. Zach Shankar (+3), Zach Poirier (+4) and Justin Brazeau also scored. Stephen Gibson, Nathan Bastian (2g 1a) and Nicolas Hague (1g 1a) scored for the Steelheads. Michael McLeod and Owen Tippett both chipped in with a pair of assists.

· Kitchener 9 @ Sudbury 3 ·
Kitchener’s offence was led by Mason Kohn (1g 2a), Adam Mascherin (2a), Darby Llewellyn (2g 1a), Connor Bunnaman (2g 1a) and Greg Meireles (2a). Giovanni Vallati and Riley Damiani eached scored their first OHL goals. Alan Lyszczarczyk, Macauley Carson and David Levin scored goals for Sudbury.

· Niagara 3 @ Peterborough 5 ·
Matyas Svoboda scored the go ahead goal in the games final four minutes as both teams scored three times in the third period. Adam Timleck (2g), Steven Lorentz (2a), Nick Asaacson (1g 1a) and CJ Clarke (1g 1a) led the way for the Petes. Johnny Corneil (1g 1a), Kyle Langdon and Hayden Davis scored for the IceDogs. Dylan Wells stopped 28 of 31 shots for the Petes, Colton Incze stopped 38 of 42 in the loss.

· Sault Ste. Marie 4 @ Sarnia 2 (OT) ·
The Sting scored a pair of goals 35 seconds apart (by Anthony Salinitri and Troy Lajeunesse) to take a 3-1 lead early in the third period. David Miller (1g 1a) pulled the ‘Hounds within one and Tim Gettenger scored with just over a minute left to tied tie it. Otto Makinen (1g 1a) scored this winner 47 seconds into overtime, it was also his first OHL goal. Hayden Verbeek opened the scoring for the Soo.

· Ottawa 4 @ Flint 5 (OT) ·
Luke Kirwain’s second goal of the night was the overtime winner. Kole Sherwood (1g 2a), Ryan Moore (1g 2a) and Nicholas Caamano (1g 1a) helped the Flint offence. Sasha Chmelevski (2g), Travis Barron (2a) and Austen Keating had multi point nights for the 67’s.

· Windsor 2 @ Oshawa 5 ·
Anthony Cirelli (3g 1a) led the way for Oshawa, while Eric Henderson (2a), Riley Stillman (2a) and Kenny Heuther (2a) chipped in as well. Logan Brown and Cole Carter scored for Windsor.

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