Week That Was

Week That Was

aohl-week-that-was-resave-wide-angleGames from:
Wednesday, October 26 (1 game)
Thursday, October 27 (5 games)
Friday, October 28 (7 games)
Saturday, October 29 (6 games)
Sunday, October 30 (6 games)

Wednesday, October 26 (1 game)

· Guelph 2 @ Owen Sound 5 ·
With the game tied 2-2, the Attack scored three third period goals to secure the win. Owen Sound also scored a pair of shorthanded goals, including Petrus Palmu’s 11th goal of the season. Michael McNiven stopped 30 of 32 to record the win. Albert Michnac and Matt Hotchkiss scored for Guelph, James McEwan had a pair of assists.

Thursday, October 27 (5 games)

· Barrie 2 @ Erie 5 ·
Alex DeBrincat (2g 2a), Kyle Maksimovich (3a) and Taylor Raddysh (1g 2a) led the way offensively for the Otters. Troy Timpano stopped 24 of 26 to record the victory. Giordano Finoro (1st OHL goal) and Anthony Stefano scored powerplay goals for Barrie.

· Saginaw 3 @ Niagara 5 ·
After Saginaw scored three third period goals to pull even, Oliver Castleman scored with under seven minutes left to give Niagara the lead. Stephen Dhillon stopped 43 of 46 shots in the Niagara net.

· Oshawa 4 @ North Bay 5 (SO) ·
Cam Dineen and Brett McKenzie scored shootout goals to give the Battalion the victory. Adam Thilander’s goal with under two minutes left evened the game late. Oshawa scored on both power play opportunities while North Bay tallied on one of their two chances.

· Flint 2 @ Peterborough 4 ·
Dylan Wells stopped 36 shots in the Peterborough net. Cole Fraser, Nick Isaacson, Logan DeNoble and Adam Timleck score for the Petes, while Mathieu Henderson scored both goals for Flint.

· Sault Ste. Marie 2 @ Windsor 5 ·
GabierlVilardi (1g 1a), LoganBrown (1g 1a) and Sean Day (2a) had multi point nights in the win. The Greyhounds got goals from Morgan Frost and Tim Gettinger.

Friday, October 28 (7 games)

· Flint 0 @ Kingston 3 ·
Jeremy Helvig stopped all 22 shots he faced for his third shutout of the season, fifth of his OHL career. Linus Nyman, Liam Murray and Stephen Desrocher scored for the Fronts, while Eemeli Rasanen had a pair of helpers.

· Barrie 5 @ Niagara 4 (SO) ·
Anthony Stefano scored the only goal of the shootout. Roy Radke (2g 1a) and Adrian Carbonara (1g 1a) led the way offensively for the Colts. Graham Knott (1g 1a), Christopher Paquette (1g 1a), Oliver Castleman and Ryan Mantha (1g 1a) scored for Niagara.

· Oshawa 3 @ Kitchener 1 ·
Kyle Keyser made 33 saves in the win while Zack Bowman stopped 32 of 34 at the other end. Eric Henderson, Jack Studnicka and Daniel Robertson scored for Oshawa. Macauley Carson scored the lone Sudbury tally.

· Misssissauga 2 @ Sarnia 5 ·
Justin Fazio made 34 saves, including 16 in the first period. Jeff King, Anthony Salinitri, Louis Latta (1st OHL goal), Ryan McGregor (1g 1a) and Franco Sproviero scored for the Sting.

· Owen Sound 1 @ Guelph 3 ·
Liam Herbst stopped 41 of 42 shots for the Storm. After Nick Suzuki opened the scoring, Guelph got a pair of goals from Givano Smith and Nate Schnarr added the insurance marker.

· Peterborough 0 @ Kitchener 2 ·
Chris McGonigle stopped all 32 shots he faced to record his first OHL win and shutout in only his third start. Jacob Cascagnette and Adam Mascherin scored second period goals for Kitchener.

· Sault Ste. Marie 4 @ London 3 (OT) ·
Boris Katchouk’s second goal of the game was the overtime winner, Gustav Bouramman (1g 1a) had a pair of points in the victory. Owen MacDonald, Janne Kuokkanen and Cliff Pu scored for London. Knights goalie Tyler Johnson left the game early in the third period with a lower body injury.

Saturday, October 29 (6 games)

· Saginaw 0 @ Erie 6 ·
Troy Timpano stopped all 27 shots he faced to record his second shutout of the season, fifth of his OHL career. Brett Neumann (1g 3a), Taylor Raddysh, Patrick Fellows (2g), Ivan Lodnia (1g 2a) and Gera Poddubnyi scored for Erie.

· Sarnia 3 @ London 5 ·
Cliff Pu and Janne Kuokkanen (2g) scored third period goals for London, Sam Miletic scored a pair of first period tallies. Jaden Lindo, Nikita Korostelev and Sean Josling scored for Sarnia. London’s Chris Martenet (crosschecking) and Max Jones (interference) both received five minute majors and game misconducts during the game.

· Hamilton 4 @ Ottawa 5 ·
Noel Hoefenmayer, Austen Keating, Artur Tyanulin, Patrick White and captain Travis Barron scored for Ottawa. Adam Laishram, Matt Luff, Marian Studenic and captain Justin Lemcke scored for Hamilton. It was the 67’s first home win of the season.

· North Bay 4 @ Windsor 5 (OT) ·
Jalen Chatfield scored the overtime winner, while Jeremiah Addison and Aaron Luchuk both had a pair of goals. Steve Harland, Brett Hargrave, Brett McKenzie and former Spit Daniil Vertiy scored for Windsor.

· Sudbury 4 @ Barrie 1 ·
Zack Bowman stopped 34 of 35 shots in the Sudbury net. Darian Pilon, Liam Dunda, David Levin and Dmitry Sokolov scored for the Wolves. Tom Hedberg scored the lone Barrie goal.

· Niagara 2 @ Owen Sound 2 (OT)
Petrus Palmu scored the OT winner and Michael McNiven stopped 20 of 21 shots for Owen Sound. Johnny Corneil opened the scoring four minutes into the first period. Markus Phillips tied the game for the Attack with 21 seconds left in the second period.

Sunday, October 30 (6 games)

· Sault Ste. Marie 5 @ Guelph 2 ·
Bobby MacIntyre (2g 2a) led the way offensively for the ‘Hounds while Matthew Villalta stopped 31 shots in net. Boris Katchouk, Connor Timmins and Tim Gettinger also scored for the Soo. Cedric Ralph and Albert Michnac had goals for the Storm.

· Hamilton 4 @ Kingston 2 ·
Mattew Strome (2g 1a), Jack Hanley (1g 1a), MacKenzie Entwistle (2a) and Matt Luff (2a) led the way for Hamilton offensively. Warren Foegele and Jason Robertson scored for Kingston.

· Saginaw 5 @ Kitchener 6 (OT) ·
Adam Mascherin (1g 2a) scored the OT winner on an end to end rush. Joseph Garreffa, Dylan Seitz (1g 2a), Cedric Schiemenz (1st OHL goal), Jeremy Bracco (1g 2a) and Dylan Di Perna also scored for Kitchener. Mitchell Stephens (1g 2a) had a multi point night for the Spirit.

· Flint 8 @ Ottawa 6 ·
Luke Kirwan (4g 1a), Mathieu Henderson (1g 2a) and Jalen Smereck (3a) led the way for the Firebirds’ offence. Patrick White and Sasha Chmelevski each had a pair of goals for Ottawa.

· North Bay 6 @ Sarnia 4 ·
The Battalion scored four third period goals, including the GWG from Steve Harland with under two minutes left. Brady Lyle, Brett McKenzie (2g), Maurizio Colella and Justin Brazeau scored for North Bay. Sarnia got goals from Troy Lajeunesse, Ryan McGregor, Adam Ruzicka and Anthony Salinitri.

· Mississauga 2 @ Oshawa 3 (OT) ·
Medric Mercier scored to overtime winner, Eric Henderson and Danil Antropov also tallied for the Generals. Nicolas Hague and Owen Tippett scored for the Steelheads. Jeremy Brodeur turned aside 41 of 43 shots, Matthew Mancina stopped 29/32.

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