OHL Roundup: Solovyov, Wilde help Spirit down Bulldogs to extend point streak

The Canadian Press

HAMILTON — Ilya Solovyov and Bode Wilde each scored twice as the Saginaw Spirit defeated the Hamilton Bulldogs 8-6 on Saturday to pick up at least one point in an eighth straight Ontario Hockey League game.

Dalton Duhart, Danny Katic, Cole Coskey and Damie Giroux also scored for Saginaw (40-16-5) while Mason Millman tacked on three assists. The Spirit are 7-0-1 in their last eight.

Isaac Nurse and George Diaco led the Bulldogs (24-30-8) with a goal and a helper apiece. Arthur Kaliyev, Lawson Sherk, Tag Bertuzzi and Navrin Mutter supplied the rest of the offence.

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Spirit goaltender Marsahll Frappier made 29 saves. Hamilton's Marco Costantini stopped 25 shots.

The Bulldogs have lost six straight (0-5-1).

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OTTERS 4 ICEDOGS 2

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Brendan Sellan scored on a power play and again while shorthanded, leading Erie (26-25-11) over the IceDogs (18-37-6).

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PETES 5 STEELHEADS 1

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. — Toronto Maple LEafs prospect Nick Robertson scored a pair of goals and added two assists to power the Petes (36-21-4) over Mississauga (27-29-5).

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GREYHOUNDS 5 FRONTENACS 3

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Zack Trott scored twice and tacked on a helper and Bailey Brkin made 35 saves as the Greyhounds (28-31-4) topped Kingston (19-38-4).

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FIREBIRDS 4 SPITFIRES 3 (OT)

FLINT, Mich. — Vladislav Kolyachonok scored 2:52 into overtime, Evgeniy Oksentyuk had a goal and two assists in regulation, and the Firebirds (40-20-2) edged Windsor (34-19-8).

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67'S 6 COLTS 0

BARRIE, Ont. — Joseph Garreffa and Graeme Clarke had a goal and two helpers apiece and Cedrick Andree made 13 saves for the shutout as Ottawa (48-11-1) blanked the Colts (28-28-6) for their fifth straight win.

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KNIGHTS 3 ATTACK 1

OWEN SOUND, Ont. — Connor McMichael's 46th goal of the season stood as the winner as London (44-15-2) stretched its win streak to six by beating the Attack (30-23-8).

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This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 7, 2020.

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