Week That Was

Week That Was

aohl-week-that-was-resave-wide-angleGames from:
Wednesday, October 19 (2 games)
Thursday, October 20 (5 games)
Friday, October 21 (8 games)
Saturday, October 22 (6 games)
Sunday, October 23 (5 games)

Wednesday, October 19 (2 games)

· Erie 6 @ Niagara 5 ·
The two teams combined for six third period goals, including a pair fro Aaron Haydon and Ryan Mantha 29 seconds left apart in the game’s final two minutes. Taylor Raddysh (2g 2a), Ivan Lodnia (1g 2a) and Alex DeBrincat (1g 1a) led the way. Graham Knott (3a) and Christopher Paquette (2g) had big nights for Niagara.

· Sudbury 6 @ Sault Ste. Marie 2 ·
The Wolves scored three first period goals and added three more in the second to lead 6-1 through 40 minutes. Dmitry Sokolov (3g), Shane Bulitka (2a), Ryan Valentini (1g 1a). Jake McGrath made 40 saves for Sudbury, while Joseph Raaymakers was pulled after allowing six goals on 19 shots.

Thursday, October 20 (5 games)

· Kitchener 4 @ London 5 ·
Trailing 3-0, London scored a pair of late second period goals, and added three more in the third. JJ Piccinich scored twice, Victor Mete (1g 2a), Max Jones (3a), Robert Thomas (1g 2a) and Brandon Crawley (2a) had multi point nights for London.

· Ottawa 5 @ North Bay 8 ·
North Bay scored five third period goals, out shooting Ottawa 16-7. The Battalion got strong nights from Cam Dineen (2a), Brett Hargrave (2g), Zach Poirier (2g), Daniil Vertiy (4a) and Adam McMaster (1g 1a). For the 67’s, Patrick White (1g 2a) and Artur Tyanulin (1g 2a) had good offensive nights.

· Sarnia 6 @ Peterborough 1 ·
Justin Fazio made 38 saves, including 18 in the second period alone. Despite taking five first penalties, Sarnia led 4-0 through 20 minutes. The Sting added two more in the second before the Petes broke Fazio’s shutout bid midway though the third. Anthony Salinitri (3g 1a), Brady Hinz and Nikita Korostelev (1g 2a) had multi point nights.

· Kingston 0 @ Windsor 2 ·
Sean Day scored in his Spits debut and Michael DiPietro stopped all 25 shots he faced. Cole Purboo also scored for Windsor. Jeremy Helvig stopped 29 of 31 shots in the loss.

· Mississauga 4 @ Barrie 5 (SO) ·
Ryan McLeod (1g 2a) scored with a minute left to force OT, while Roy Radke scored the only goal of the shootout. Owen Tippett scored for the fourth straight game.

Friday, October 21 (8 games)

· Owen Sound 4 @ Erie 3 (OT) ·
Maksim Sushko scored the OT winner, while Kevin Hancock, Jonah Gadjovich and Zachary Roberts also scored for Owen Sound. Erie got goals from Taylor Raddysh, Shaun Bily and Allan McShane.

· Niagara 5 @ Mississauga 6 (OT) ·
The IceDog’s scored three third period goals to force overtime before Ryan McLeod (2g)  scored the winner. Owen Tippett (2g 1a), Nicolas Hague (1g 1a) and Jeremy Goodwin (1st OHL goal) scored for the Steelheads. Oliver Castleman (1g 2a), Danial Singer (1st OHL goal), Ben Jones (1g 2a) and Christopher Paquette (2g 1a) scored for the IceDogs.

· Peterborough 4 @ Sudbury 2 ·
Dylan Wells stopped 49 of 51 shots, while Josh Coyle, Steven Lorentz  (1g 1a), Adam Timleck and Logan DeNoble scored for the Petes. Chandler Yakimowicz and Smitry Sokolov scored for the Wolves. Peterborough finished the game with a 51-20 shot advantage, that included a 19-2 third period.

· Flint 4 @ Sault Ste. Marie 3 (OT) ·
Mathieu Henderson scored the overtime winner with 18 seconds left in the extra period. Everett Clark (2g) and Cullen Mercer also scored for the Firebirds. Morgan Frost (1g 1a) and Bobby MacIntyre (1g 2a) scored power play goals, Hayden Verbeek also scored for the Soo.

· North Bay 2 @ Guelph 5 ·
Givani Smith (2g 1a), Matt Hotchkiss, Nate Schnarr and Cedric Ralph (1st OHL goal), Austin Hall and Nic Sicoly had a pair of assists each. Brett Hargrave and Adam Thilander scored for the Battalion. Liam Herbst stopped 35 of 37 shots for the win.

· Hamilton @ Kitchener 2 ·
Dawson Carty stopped all 44 shots he faces, while Adam Mascherin (1g 1a) and Connor Bunnaman (1g 1a) provided the offence. Kaden Fulcher stopped 28 of 30 shots in the Hamilton net.

· Sarnia 2 @ Oshawa 6 ·
Serron Noel (1g 2a), Eric Henderson (1g 2a), Anthony Cirelli (2g 1a) and Mitchell Vande Sompel (1g 1a) had multi point nights fro Oshawa. Jordan Kyrou scored both Sting goals. Jeremy Brodeur stopped 28 of 30 shots.

· Saginaw 1 @ London 5 ·
Tyler Johnson stopped 37 of 38 shots in the London net. Max Jones (2g 2a), Sam Miletic (2g), Cliff Pu (2a), JJ Piccinich (1g 1a), Victor Mete (2a) and Olli Juolevi (2a) had multiple points for London. Tye Felhaber scored the only goal for Saginaw.

Saturday, October 22 (6 games)

· Owen Sound 2 @ Erie 5 ·
A day after losing to the Attack in OT, Erie scored four third period goals Saturday night. Kyle Pettit (1g 2a), Taylor Raddysh (1g 1a) and Darren Raddysh (1g 1a) had multi point nights, while Gera Poddubnyi, Alex DeBrincat added single tallies. Ethan Szypula and Kevin Hancock scored for Owen Sound. Troy Timpano made 23 saves to improve to 6-0 with the Otters.

· Windsor 1 @ Flint 4 ·
Gabriel Vilardi scored a first period power play goal before Flint fired pack with a pair of goals in the second and third periods. Dane Johnstone, Everett Clark, Luke Kirwan and Hunter Holmes (1st OHL goal) scored for the Firebirds. Garrett Forrest made 23 saves in the victory, Michael DiPietro stopped 33 of 35 in the loss.

· North Bay 3 @ Hamilton 2 (OT) ·
Cam Dineen tied the game with a minute left and Steve Harland won it in overtime. Kyle Potts opened the scoring with the Battalion. North Bay went 0/5 with the man advantage while Hamilton scored on their only opportunity. Marian Studenic and Matthew Strome scored for the Bulldogs.

· Kingston 2 @ Saginaw 3 ·
A pair of goals from Linus Nyman gave Kingston a 2-0 second period lead before Saginaw scored three unanswered goals. Damien Giroux, Hayden Hodgson and Jesse Barwell scored goals for the Spirit.

· Ottawa 3 @ Sault Ste. Marie 4 (OT) ·
The 67’s scored a pair of third period goals to force overtime, and Boris Katchouk netted the winner 2:06 into OT. Bobby MacIntyre (1g 2a), Otto Makinen and Tim Gettinger (1g 1a) scored for the Soo, Drake Rymsha, Patrick White and Jared Steege scored for Ottawa.

· Guelph 5 @ Barrie 4 (OT) ·
Noah Carroll scored the OT winner 2:16 into the extra frame. Isaac Ratcliffe (2g), Matt Hotchkiss and Garrett McFadden scored for the Storm, Nate Schnarr had a pair of helpers. Matt Brassard, Anthony Stefano (1g 1a), James Cordell and Kirill Nizhnikov scored for the Colts.

Sunday, October 23 (5 games)

· London 7 @ Hamilton 2 ·
The Knights scored three in the first, and added a pair in the second and third to cruise to a 7-2 win over Hamilton. Janne Kuokkanen (2g 1a), Sam Miletic (2), Cliff Pu (1g 1a), JJ Piccinich (2a), Cole Tymkin (1st OHL goal) had big games for London. Miletic now has back to back two goal games. Justin Lemcke (1g 1a) and Brandon Saigeon (1g 1a) scored for Hamilton, with both goals coming in the third period.

·  Kitchener 3 @ Mississauga 2 (OT) ·
Trailing 2-0 through 40 minutes, Adam Mascherin scored a pair of third period goals to force OT and Jeremy Bracco scored the winner. Owen Tippett scored goals 34 seconds apart to give the Steelheads a first period lead. Tippett has 11 goals in his last six games.

· Ottawa 6 @ Sudbury 2 ·
The 67’s held a 45-22 shot advantage through 40 minutes and lead 5-2. Noel Hoefenmayer (1g 1a), Ben Fanjoy, Austen Keating (1g 1a), Artur Tyanulin (1g 1a), Jared Steege and Chase Campbell scored while Drake Rymsha and Sasha Chmelevski had a pair of helpers. Macauley Carson and Kyle Copobianco (1g 1a) scored for Sudbury.

· Kingston 5 @ Flint 3 ·
Warren Foegele (1g 1a), Nathan Dunkley (1g 1a), Jason Robertson (1g 1a), Sergey Popov (1st OHL goal) and Stephen Desrocher scored for Kingston. Mathieu Henderson (1g 1a), Ryan Moore and Ty Dellandrea had goals for Flint.

· Guelph 4 @ Oshawa 5 · 
The Storm scored three first period goals and the Gens answered back with three of their own in the second. Danil Antropov (1st OHL goal) scored to give Oshawa an early third period lead, but James McEwan tied the game with under a minute left. Kenny Huether scored 2:09 into OT to give Oshawa the extra point. Isaac Ratcliffe, Nic Sicoly (1st OHL goal) and Givani Smith scored for Guelph. Anthony Cirelli, Domenic Commisso and Jack Studnicka scored for Oshawa.

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