Submit an Article to JuniorHockey.com »
Sunday Action Around The OHL - Junior Hockey News
Published: Sunday, 23 Sep 2012
The first full weekend of OHL action is now in the books. Sunday's schedule saw four matinee games, which included a visit to Guelph by the defending OHL Champions, the Sudbury Wolves tries to get revenge against a Battalion team who knocked them out in the first round of last season's playoffs, a team with a new identity in Mississauga goes for their first win, as well a game decided by a shootout in Sarnia.
London Knights 8 (at) Guelph Storm 2
Seth Griffith and Matt Rupert each scored twice and Ryan Rupert registered four assists as the visiting Knights trounced the Storm at the Sleeman Centre. Kevin Bailie stopped 28 of 30 shots, including 15 in the second period for the Knights, who also got goals from Tommy Hughes, Remi Elie, Alex Broadhurst and Brett Welychka. The Storm got goals from Jason Dicinson and Matt Finn. Knight blueliners Kevin Raine and Nikita Zadorov each led their team with a plus/minus rating of +3.
Barrie Colts 2 (at) Mississauga Steelheads 3
Riley Brace netted the game winner at 12:17 of the third period and also registered an assist as the host Steelheads got their first win of the season. Stuart Percy and Andrew Goldberg also found the net for the home team, who trailed 2-0 4:56 into the game with goals by Josh MacDonald and Anthony Camara. Tyson Teichmann made 23 saves for the win while his counterpart Alex Fotinos stopped 27 shots in a losing cause.
Kitchener Rangers 3 (at) Sarnia Sting 2 (SO)
Radek Faksa scored the game-winner in the third round of the shootout and Matt Peumpel scored both regulation goals as the visiting Rangers clipped the Sting at the RBC Centre. JP Anderson made 47 saves, including 17 in the third period, in a losing cause for the Sting who got goals from Daniel Nikandrov and Reid Boucher. John Gibson made 28 saves for the Rangers.
Brampton Battalion 1 (at) Sudbury Wolves 4
Nathan Pancel scored twice and Frank Corrado notched three assists as the Wolves downed the visiting Battalion at the Sudbury Community Arena. The Wolves also got goals from Joshua Leivo and Charlie Dodero while Joel Vienneau made 30 saves for the win. Jamie Lewis scored the lone goal for the Battalion, who got 22 saves from Matej Machovsky.
* Article disclaimer:
This site may contain advice,
opinions and statements from various authors and information providers.
Views expressed in this article reflect the personal
opinion of the author, Alex Muscat, and not necessarily the
views of JuniorHockey.com.
JuniorHockey.com does not represent or endorse the accuracy
or reliability of any advice, opinion, statement or other
info provided in the article, or from any other member of this site.