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BY THE NUMBERS: Niagara vs Oshawa

[4] Niagara (35-23-7-3) vs [5] Oshawa (36-29-3-0)

The Niagara IceDogs come into the playoffs on a seven game winning streak. Sam Miletic will be one to watch, he scored 20 goals and 38 points in 28 games since being acquired from London. Akil Thomas (22g 59a) and Kirill Maksimov (34g 46a) also had big years offensively. Jack Studnicka led the Generals in scoring with 22 goals and 72 points, while Kenny Whether scored 30.

Here’s how the series looks by the numbers.

– Home | Away –

NIA: 21-10-2-1 | 14-13-5-2
OSH: 20-12-2-0 | 16-17-1-0

– Special Teams –

NIA: PP 19.5 (12th)  |  PK  80.1% (8th)
OSH:  PP  18.8% (14th) |  PK  74.9% (18th)

– In Net –

NIA: Stephen Dhillon (52GP | 28-16-4-3, 3.34GAA, .899sv%, 1SO)
OSH: Kyle Keyser (47GP | 28-13-2-0, 3.16GAA, .904sv%, 4SO)

– Leading scorers –

Niagara                                            Kingston
Sam Miletic (36-56-92)                Sam Studnicka (22-50-72)
Akil Thomas (22-59-81)              Allan McShane (20-45-65)
Kirill Maksimov (34-46-80)       Domenico Commisso (23-39-62)
Ben Jones (30-49-79)                  Kenny Huether (30-24-54)
Danial Singer (26-22-48)            Serron Noel (28-25-53)

– Head-to-Head –

Niagara
Danial Singer (2-2-4)
Philip Tomasino (0-3-3)
Ben Jones (2-0-2) 

Oshawa
Kyle MacLean (1-2-3)
Kenny Huether (1-1-2)
William Ennis (0-2-2)

(season series was split 1-1)

– Playoff history –

The Generals and IceDogs have met in the post season five times, with Oshawa winning three of those meetings

(Most recent meeting: 2015 second round – OSH in 5)

J. Ross Robertson Cups / Memorial Cup Championships
OSH: 1(1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1966, 1983, 1987, 1990, 1997, 2015) / 5 (1939, 1940, 1944, 1990, 2015)

Photos: Lost Monster Productions, Aaron / OHL Images

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