Owen Sound 3 – Guelph 2
OWEN SOUND – The Attack (17-11-1-2) scored a pair of third period goals to come from behind and beat Guelph (14-9-3-4) Tuesday night, picking up their third straight victory with the 3-2 win.
Nate Schnarr (16) and Liam Hawel (12) gave the Guelph Storm a 2-0 first period lead, before Owen Sound chipped away at the deficit.
Kevin Hancock (26), Sean Durzi (1) and Kaleb Pearson (6) scored for the bears, with Pearson netting the game winner with 8:20 left in the third period.
It was fitting that Durzi would score his first of the season, considering the Attack were giving away Durzi bobbleheads to fans prior to the game.
Andrew MacLean had another strong performance for Owen Sound, stopping 44 of the 46 shots as the Attack were outshot 46-39. Anthony Popovich made 36 saves in the loss for Guelph as the Storm dropped their third straight contest. Owen Sound now sits seven points back of first place London in the Midwest Division.
Oshawa 4 – Kitchener 3 (OT)
KITCHENER – The Oshawa Generals (19-10-2-0) spoiled the teddy bear toss celebrations in Kitchener (13-15-3-0) with a 4-3 win in overtime.
The Rangers rallied back from a 3-1 deficit to at least pick up a single point.
Serron Noel’s (18, 19) second of the night was the OT winner, as Kyle Keyser back stopped the Gens’ with 34 saves. Former Ranger Giovanni Vallati (7) and Danil Antropov (8) also scored in the win.
For the Rangers, Nick McHugh (7) brought down the Teddy Bears in the second period, that saw a season high total of 10,630 bears collected. Donovan Sebrango (1) also scored for the Rangers, netting his first OHL goal. Rickard Hugg (15) capped off a multi-point effort, scoring with 42 seconds left in regulation to force overtime.