OHL: Smith, Dal Colle power Generals over Sting

The Canadian Press
9/21/2013 12:52:29 AM
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SARNIA, Ont. -- Hunter Smith scored the winner with just 12 seconds remaining in the third period as the Oshawa Generals edged the host Sarnia Sting 5-4 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action.

Forward Michael Dal Colle led the Generals (2-0-0) offensively with two goals and an assist and now leads the OHL with seven points in two games.

Brian Hughes and Bradley Latour also scored for Oshawa while Josh Sterk chipped in with two assists.

Nikolay Goldobin scored two goals and set up one more for the Sting (0-1-0) as Daniel Nikandrov and Craig Duinick added single goals.

Danial Altshuller made 27 saves for the victory while Brodie Barrick stopped 25-of-30 shots in a losing cause.

Duinick opened the scoring 4:46 into the first period to give Sarnia a 1-0 lead.

Hughes responded with a short-handed goal at 9:23 to tie the game, however Goldobin scored at 14:05 to give the Sting a one-goal edge after 20 minutes of play.

Dal Colle scored the only goal in the second period, which came by way of the power play with only four seconds left on the clock.

Nikandrov and Latour traded goals midway through the third period before Dal Colle gave the Generals their first lead of the game at 15:31.

Goldobin looked to force overtime for Sarnia when he tied the game 4-4 with only 37 seconds remaining in the period, however Smith scored the eventual winner on the next shift for Oshawa.

Oshawa went 1 for 6 on the power play while Sarnia failed to score on ten chances with the man advantage.


Storm 4 Otters 3 (OT)

GUELPH, Ont. -- Zac Leslie scored 13 seconds into overtime and added two assists in regulation as the Storm edged Erie.

Jason Dickinson had a goal and an assist for the Storm (1-0-0) while Robby Fabbri and Tyler Bertuzzi each scored once.

Stephen Harper, Connor Brown and Michael Curtis supplied the offence for the Otters (0-0-1).

Justin Nichols made 36 saves for the win as Oscar Dansk turned aside 33 shots in defeat.


Rangers 4 Spirit 2

KITCHENER, Ont. -- Darby Llewellyn scored twice as the Rangers doubled up Saginaw.

Justin Bailey and Matia Marcantuoni also scored for the Rangers (1-0-0) and Brent Pedersen had two assists. Tyson Teichmann made 25 saves for the win.

Cody Payne scored both goals for the Spirit (0-2-0) and Jake Paterson stopped 52-of-55 shots to give his team a chance for the two points.


Knights 3 Whalers 0

LONDON, Ont. -- Anthony Stolarz stopped all 30 shots he faced as the Knights blanked Plymouth.

Kyle Platzer scored twice for London (1-0-0) while Dakota Mermis had a goal and an assist.

Francesco Vilardi was a team worst minus-2 for the Whalers (0-1-0) while Alex Nedeljkovic made 37 saves in a losing cause.


Attack 5 Steelheads 3

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Gemel Smith recorded his second career hat trick as Owen Sound downed the Steelheads.

Holden Cooke and Daniel Milne each scored for the Attack (1-0-0) and Kyle Hope chipped in with three assists.

Trevor Carrick, Sam Babinstev and Bryson Cianfrone scored for Mississauga (1-1-0).

Brandon Hope made 28 saves for the win as Spender Martin turned aside 17 shots in defeat.


67's 5 Bulls 4

OTTAWA, -- Taylor Fielding scored twice and Mike Vlajkov had a goal and two assists as the 67's came from behind to defeat Belleville.

Joseph Blandisi and Sam Studnicka also scored for Ottawa (1-0-0), which trailed by two goals in the third period, and Jacob Blair made 17 saves for the win.

Brady Austin and David Tomasek had a goal and an assist each for the Bulls (0-1-0) while Garrett Hooey and Scott Simmonds rounded out the offence. Charlie Graham stopped 34 shots in a losing cause.


Frontenacs 5 Battalion 2

KINGSTON, Ont. --Ryan Kujawinksi and Darcy Greenaway had two goals each as the Frontenacs beat North Bay.

Billy Jenkins also scored for Kingston (2-0-0) and Matt Mahalak stopped 32-of-34 shots for the win.

Mark Raycroft and Mike Amadio scored for the Battalion (0-1-0) while Jake Smith made 26 saves in defeat.


Greyhounds at Wolves

SUDBURY, Ont. -- Game was postponed at the 1:21 mark of the first period due to fog in the arena. A new date has yet to be determined.

Oshawa Generals (Photo: TSN)


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