OHL Roundup: Knights down Attack, Rangers blank Greyhounds

OHL Roundup: Knights down Attack, Rangers blank Greyhounds

LONDON, Ont. – Ruslan Gazizov scored twice in the first half to help the London Knights win a crucial 5-2 win over the Owen Sound Attack of the Ontario Hockey League on Friday.

Sean McGurn and Oliver Bonk each had a goal and an assist for the Knights (20-8-1), while Landon Sim also scored.

London went 5-0 into the third period but Owen Sound’s Matthew Papais and Ben Cormier spoiled the shutout with goals 13 seconds apart.

Brett Brochu stopped 36 of 38 shots for the Knights and Nick Chenard made 10 saves on offense (16-11-3) before being substituted at the start of the second period. Corbin Votary had 15 saves to relief.


KITCHEN, ONT. – Marco Costantini stopped all 22 shots he faced when Kitchener (14-13-0) faded out Sault Ste. Marie (10-12-8). Francesco Pinelli had a great night for Rangers with one goal and four assists. The result extended Kitchener’s winning streak to five games.


GUELPH, ONT. – Roenick Jodoin scored 3:34 into overtime as Barrie (14-9-5) beat Guelph (11-16-4). The Colts kept storm goalie Brayden Gillespie busy and beat the home side 34-24.

67’S 5 GENERAL 4 (SO)

OTTAWA — Brad Gardiner had a goal and an assist as Ottawa (23-5-1) completed a thrilling comeback win over Oshawa (11-14-4) in a shootout. The 67ers were 4-1 down midway through the third period but bounced back with three unanswered goals over 71 seconds late in the game to force overtime.


FLINT, ME. – Marcus Limpar-Lantz scored the crucial 12:57 third-half goal as Sarnia (16-10-6) doused Flint (16-12-3). Nicholas Surzycia stopped 31 of 34 shots for the Sting.


SUDBURY, ONT. – James Hardie had a hat-trick – including two goals 47 seconds apart in the third period – and Mississauga (14-13-3) beat Sudbury (9-16-3) to suffer a three-game slip. Zander Veccia completed the rating for the Steelheads.

Frontenacs 3 Bulldogs 2 (OT)

KINGSTON, ONT. – Paul Ludwinski put the winning goal 1:14 into overtime and Kingston (16-12-2) beat Hamilton (12-13-3). Ludwinski and Matthew Soto scored the regular goals for the Frontenacs, who extended their winning streak to four games.

This summary was automatically generated using an application developed by CP.

This report from The Canadian Press was first published on December 16, 2022.

The Canadian Press

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