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BY THE NUMBERS: Hamilton vs Ottawa

[1] Hamilton (43-18-4-3) vs [8] Ottawa (30-29-6-3)

The Hamilton Bulldogs led after two periods 37 times this season, they ended up winning 33 of those games. If the regular season match up is any indication then this will be a quick series, with Hamilton winning all five meetings. Ottawa’s Nikita Okhotyuk returns to the 67’s line up for game one after serving his eight game suspension.

Here’s how the series looks by the numbers.

– Home | Away –

HAM:  22-9-0-3  |  21-9-4-0
OTT:  17-11-4-2  |  13-18-2-1

– Special Teams –

HAM:  PP 24.6% (4th)  |  PK 77.1% (16th)
OTT:  PP 16.3% (18th)  |  PK 78.8% (14th)

– Leading Scorers –

Hamilton                                                 Ottawa
Robert Thomas (24-51-75)                  Sasha Chmelevski (35-41-76)
Brandon Saigeon (35-35-70)               Tye Felhaber (31-39-70)
Matthew Strome (37-31-68)                Travis Barron (21-36-57)
Will Bitten (20-44-64)                          Austen Keating (24-28-52)
Ryan Moore (18-42-60)                        Kody Clark (18-21-39)

– In Net –

HAM: Kaden Fulcher (55GP | 32-17-4-2, 2.86GAA, .899sv%, 3SO)
OTT: Olivier Tremblay (52GP | 25-15-4-2, 3.27GAA, .891sv%, 3SO))

– Head-to-Head –

Hamilton
Matthew Strome (7-2-9)
Will Bitten (4-5-9)
Marian Studenic (3-5-8) 

Ottawa
Austen Keating (1-3-4)
Jacob Cascagnette (1-2-3)
Sasha Chmelevski (0-3-3)

(HAM won season series 5-0)

– Playoff History –

These two teams have never met in the playoffs.

J. Ross Robertson Cups / Memorial Cup Championships
OTT:  3 (1977, 1984, 2001) / 2 (1984, 1999)

Photos: Lost Monster Productions

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