Andrew Mangiapane scored a hat trick in one of eight games on the Saturday schedule: London @ Erie, Ottawa @ Hamilton, Oshawa @ Niagara, Sudbury @ Peterborough, Guelph @ Sarnia, Saginaw @ Barrie, Sault Ste. Marie @ Flint and Kitchener @ Owen Sound
Alex DeBrincat scored a hat trick to lead Erie past Mississauga in one of three games on the Tuesday schedule: Mississauga @ Erie, Sarnia @ Kitchener and Kingston @ Peterborough.
Flint comes from behind to beat Oshawa in one of three games on the Sunday schedule: Oshawa @ Flint, Windsor @ Guelph and Saginaw @ Sarnia
Kingston becomes the first team to beat Kitchener in regulation in one of eight games on the Saturday schedule: Windsor @ Erie, Kitchener @ Kingston, Peterborough @ Niagara, Barrie @ Sault Ste. Marie, Mississauga @ Sudbury, Oshawa @ Saginaw, Guelph @ Flint and Hamilton @ Owen Sound
Christian Dvorak score 5 goals in a 9-2 blow out in one of eight games on the Friday schedule: Peterborough @ Erie, Barrie @ Sudbury, Kitchener @ Ottawa, Flint @ Sarnia, Mississauga @ Sault Ste. Marie, North Bay @ Kingston, London @ Guelph and Hamilton @ Oshawa
Kyle Langdon’s first OHL goal was the difference as Niagara beat Windsor in one of two games on the Thursday schedule: Windsor @ Niagara and North Bay @ Peterborough
Sarnia beats Owen Sound in overtime in one of four games on the Wednesday schedule: Kingston @ Ottawa, Sarnia @ Owen Sound, Mississauga @ Hamilton and Sault Ste. Marie @ Saginaw