OHL Roundup: Mews’ two-goal effort leads 67’s past Frontenacs 5-1
OTTAWA — Henry Mews scored twice to take the lead as the Ottawa 67 clinched their second straight win on Friday, beating the Kingston Frontenacs 5-1.
Will Gerrior, Jack Dever and Chris Barlas also scored for leaders Ottawa (25-6-0-1). Max Donoso had 24 saves.
Maddox Callens had the only goal for Kingston (17-14-1-1). Mason Vaccari stopped 33 shots.
Callens opened the scoring with 32 seconds remaining in the first period. But Mews responded 23 seconds later with his seventh of the season.
The 67ers scored four more unanswered goals the rest of the way, with the last three coming on the power play.
SPIRIT 7 FIRE BIRDS 4
FLINT, ME. – Calem Mangone, Zayne Parekh and Joey Willis each had a goal and an assist as Saginaw (22-9-2) won their third consecutive win, surpassing Flint (17-13-2-1). The Spirit trailed 3-22 4-3 in the third period before clinching victory with a streak of four unanswered goals.
KNIGHT 7 STITCH 5
SARNIA, ONT. – Logan Mailloux and Denver Barkey each had a goal and two assists as London (22-8-1) picked up their fifth straight win, beating Sarnia (16-11-4-2). The Knights took a 5-0 lead before Sting came on the board in the second half and went into the third with a 6-2 lead.
WOLVES 3 BATTALION 2ND
SUDBURY, ONT. – Landon McCallum scored the 10-18 third-half winner as Sudbury (11-17-3) beat North Bay (23-10-0-1). McCallum’s goal capped a series of two unanswered goals for Wolves, who went 1-2 into the final frame.
COLT’S 5 ATTACK 4 (OT)
OWEN SOUND, ONT. – Beau Akey scored the game winner with 45 seconds remaining in overtime as Barrie (16-9-4-2) defeated Owen Sound (17-12-3-1). With a 3-0 lead going into the second half, the Colts were outplayed 4-1 for the remainder of regular time before Akey dashed the attacking comeback hopes.
SPITFIRES 3 STORM 2
GUELPH, ONT. – Noah Morneau scored the decisive goal 15:35 in the third period to put Windsor (20-8-3-1) past Guelph (13-17-3-1). Spitfires’ netminder Joey Costanzo stopped 33 shots.
PETE’S 6 RANGER 2
KITCHEN, ONT. – Tucker Robertson had a hat-trick and an assist as Peterborough (17-13-1-2) recorded their fourth straight win, beating Kitchener (15-14-1). JR Avon contributed two goals and one assist and Connor Lockhart had four assists to win.
STEELHEADS 4 BULLDOGS 3 (OT)
HAMILTON — Zander Veccia scored the deciding goal 2:06 into overtime to put Mississauga (15-15-3) past Hamilton (14-13-4). Steelheads goalie Ryerson Leenders stopped 29 shots.
OTTER 4 ICE DOGS 3 (OT)
ST. CATHARINES, ONT. – Malcolm Spence scored the decisive goal with 3:01 in overtime as Erie (12-16-0-3) defeated Niagara (7-17-4-1) in a clash of the bottom ranked teams in each conference. The Otters scored four unanswered goals, including the winning goal, to earn the win.
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This report from The Canadian Press was first published on December 30, 2022.
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