OHL Roundup: Donoso, 67's cruise past Colts 4-1

BARRIE, Ont. — Max Donoso had a stellar 36-save performance to help lead the Ottawa 67's to a 4-1 victory over the Barrie Colts on Thursday.

Brady Stonehouse, Frankie Marrelli, Luca Pinelli and Jack Matier scored for Ottawa (31-7-1-1), which has won two in a row and eight of its last 10.

Tyler Savard was the lone scorer for Barrie (23-11-4-2). Anson Thornton made 24 saves.

The 67's scored four unanswered goals in the final two periods after going down early. Savard scored 12:07 into the first to get the Colts on the board first.

After Matier's goal at 5:06 of the second evened the score, Pinelli got things going 1:34 into the third. The final frame was the lone period Ottawa outshot Barrie (11-7).

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SPITFIRES 6 OTTERS 3

WINDSOR, ONT. — Jacob Maillet had two goals, including one short-handed, and an assist as the Windsor Spitfires downed the Erie Otters 6-3.

Matthew Maggio, Rodwin Dionicio, Shane Wright and Liam Greentree also scored for Windsor (27-9-3-1), which extended its winning streak to five games.

Sam Alfano, Pano Fimis and Carey Terrance scored one apiece for Erie (13-22-1-3).

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BULLDOGS 4 BATTALION 3 (OT)

NORTH BAY, ONT. — Jorian Donovan scored the game-winning goal 20 seconds into overtime to lead the Hamilton Bulldogs past the North Bay Battalion 4-3.

Patrick Thomas, Nick Lardis and Cole Brown added the others for Hamilton (18-18-4), which won its third in a row.

Matvey Petrov had a hat trick for North Bay (29-10-1-1), which had its six-game winning streak snapped.

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PETES 3 GENERALS 2

PETERBOROUGH, ONT. — Brennan Othmann capped a two-goal night with the game-winning goal with 52 seconds remaining as the Peterborough Petes edged the Oshawa Generals 3-2.

Tucker Robertson scored the other for Peterborough (23-15-1-2).

Calum Ritchie and Ryan Gagnier responded for Oshawa (15-20-1-3)

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STEELHEADS 6 ICEDOGS 2

ST. CATHARINES, ONT. — Zander Veccia had two goals and an assist as the Mississauga Steelheads defeated the Niagara Icedogs 6-2.

Angus MacDonell, Luke Misa, Jack Van Volsen and Justin DeZoete added the others for Mississauga (19-8-4). James Hardie dished out a game-high four assists.

Alex Assadourian and Kevin He replied for Niagara (8-23-6-1), which has lost eight in a row.

This roundup was generated automatically with a CP-developed application.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 19, 2023.

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