OHL Roundup: Spitfires demolish Attack, Battalion double up Bulldogs

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WINDSOR, Ont. — Louka Henault had a hat trick Thursday, powering the Windsor Spitfires to a decisive 7-4 victory over the Owen Sound Attack in Ontario Hockey League action.

Will Cuylle scored twice for the Spitfires (2-2-1), who also got goals from Wyatt Johnston and Nicholas DeAngelis.

Deni Goure found the back of the net twice for the Attack (1-3-1), while Stepan Machacek contributed a goal and an assist and Colby Barlow also scored.

Windsor's Kyle Downey had 32 saves for the win and Corbin Votary 16-of-22 shots for Owen Sound.



PETERBOROUGH, ONT. — Peterborough (2-4-0) earned its second win of the season, thanks to a three-point night from Joe Carroll who had two goals and an assist. Ty Tullio and Ryan Gagnier scored for Oshawa (2-3-1).



NORTH BAY, ONT. — Hamilton (4-1-0) suffered its first loss of the season and Mitchell Russell scored twice to keep North Bay (4-2-0) atop the Central Division.



ST. CATHARINES, ONT. — Danil Gushchin had three goals and an assist for Niagra (3-2-0) and Oskar Olausson scored a hat trick of his own for the Colts (2-3-1).

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 21, 2021.

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