OHL Roundup: London Knights return to winning ways with triumph over Owen Sound

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OWEN SOUND, Ont. — The London Knights were back in the win column Saturday with a 5-4 shootout victory over the Owen Sound Attack in the OHL, one day after seeing their three-game win streak snapped.

Antonio Stranges and Abakar Kazbekov scored in the shootout as the division-leading Knights improved to 15-4-1. Luke Evangelista scored twice and added an assist in regulation. Liam Gilmartin and Colton Smith also scored.

Deni Goure had a goal and two assists for Owen Sound (9-7-3), which also got goals from Servac Petrovsky, Cedrick Guindon and Ethan Burroughs.

Brett Brochu made 44 saves for London. Nick Chenard stopped 27 shots for the Attack.

The Knights had won three straight before losing to the Guelph Storm 3-2 on Friday.

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67'S 3 BATTALION 2 (OT)

OTTAWA – Vsevolod Gaidamak scored the overtime winner after Cameron Tolnai tied the game for Ottawa (11-8-2) in the third period. Kyle Jackson had a goal and an assist for North Bay (13-7-2).

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FRONTENACS 5 BULLDOGS 4 (SO)

HAMILTON, Ont. – Christopher Thibodeau scored the only goal of the shootout in the seventh round as Kingston (10-5-3) topped Hamilton (11-5-3), which had won three straight. Shane Wright and Lucas Edmonds had two goals and one assist apiece for the Frontenacs.

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STORM 3 OTTERS 2

ERIE, Penn. – Danny Zhilkin, Matthew Poitras and Braeden Bowman scored for Guelph (12-6-2). Brendan Sellan and Cameron Lowe replied for Erie (5-12-1).

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STING 4 FIREBIRDS 3

FLINT, Mich. – Ethan Ritchie and Ty Voit each had a goal and an assist to lead Sarnia (8-7-3) past Flint (9-7-1).

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SPIRIT 6 SPITFIRES 5 (OT)

SAGINAW, Mich. – Josh Bloom scored twice and had two assists in regulation, and Calem Mangone netted the overtime winner for Saginaw (10-7-1). Five different scorers found the back of the net for Windsor (8-8-3), which has lost three in a row.

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COLTS 5 ICEDOGS 4 (SO)

BARRIE, Ont. – Ethan Cardwell scored the shootout winner and Brandt Clarke had three assists in regulation as Barrie (9-7-2) handed Niagara (5-13-1) its fifth straight defeat.

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This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 27, 2021.

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