Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

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Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby attackisback on Thu Feb 08, 2018 12:00 pm

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FEBRUARY 7, 2018
Attack kick off road trip in Peterborough

In a fight for playoff positioning, the Owen Sound Attack will travel east in search of crucial cross-conference points as they look to continue climbing the OHL’s Western Conference standings.


Currently in 7th place in the Western Conference with a 23-19-2-5 record and 53 points, the Attack sit just three points back of the London Knights, who hold down the 4th spot in the standings.

Riding a four game winning streak, including wins over the 2nd place teams in both the East and West, Owen Sound will begin their trip in Peterborough against the Petes on Thursday night.

The first meeting of the season between the teams, puck drop is scheduled for 7:05pm at the Peterborough Memorial Centre, and is sure to be a crucial matchup that will set the tone for the road trip.

Sitting in 9th place in the East, Peterborough enters the weekend at 18-27-3-3 on the year and is led by overage forward Nikita Korostelev, who has 55 points in 47 games on the year.

Owen Sound seems to be finding its stride as of late though, and the top line of Nick Suzuki, Kevin Hancock, and Jonah Gadjovich have combined for 13 points in the team’s last three outings, with draft eligible forward Aidan Dudas and Philadelphia Flyers’ prospect Maksim Sushko combining for nine points over that stretch as well.

Suzuki continues to lead the team with 67 points in 45 games, while Sushko’s 25 goals is tied with the Vegas Golden Knights’ prospect for the team lead.

Following Thursday night’s contest, Owen Sound will head to Kingston to take on the Frontenacs on Friday evening in a 7:00pm affair.

While Peterborough sits low in the East, the Fronts are in 3rd place in the conference thanks to their 27-16-4-3 record and 61 points.

Having loaded up on Western Conference developed talent at the trade deadline by acquiring Gabriel Vilardi, Sean Day, Max Jones, and Cliff Pu, Kingston is an offensive powerhouse that is headed up by Jason Robertson’s 69 points in 50 games.

Currently on a five game winning streak, the Frontenacs have picked up points in eight of their last 10 games, while Owen Sound is 7-3-0 in their previous 10 outings. Friday night’s matchup will mark the final meeting of the year between the two teams after the Attack were defeated 2-1 in a shootout at the Bayshore back on Saturday, Dec. 16.

Following the game at the K-Rock Centre, the Attack will enjoy a day off in the nation’s capital before concluding their road trip on Sunday with a 2:00pm game against the Ottawa 67’s.

Sitting in 7th place in the Eastern Conference standings, the 67’s will have squared off against the Oshawa Generals on Saturday afternoon before playing host to the Attack on Sunday.

The first meeting of the year between the sides, the game will mark Olivier Lafreniere’s 1st trip back to Ottawa after being acquired by the Attack on Dec. 13.

Since being brought over from the 67’s, Lafreniere has posted a 5-5-0-2 record, with a 2.67 goals against average and an .894 save percentage.

He and the Attack will be tasked with shutting down Ottawa’s leading scorer, Sasha Chemelvski, who has 25 goals and 24 helpers through 50 games on the year.

All three games on Owen Sound’s road trip will be available live on Kia of Owen Sound/Terry’s Trailer Service Bear Radio on 560 CFOS or by watching live on Rogers Local 53.

The Attack will play their next home game on Wednesday, Feb. 14 when they play host tot he London Knights in a 7:00pm puck drop at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre.

Tickets are limited to standing room and can be purchased at the MacVicar & McComb ReMax Attack Box Office.

The Weekend Preview is presented by Joe Tomato’s, located next to the Galaxy Cinemas on the Sunset Strip. Attack fans can enjoy half priced wings and appetizers at Joe Tomato’s following each Attack home game, simply by presenting their ticket stub.

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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby hockeyhockeyhockey on Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:24 pm

The boys are pooping the bed in the 2nd period in Peterborough.
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby hockeyhockeyhockey on Thu Feb 08, 2018 10:02 pm

And now in the 3rd, the Petes are pooping their pants.

Zippy, Dudas and Dudas 5 sec later take a 5 -4 lead.
Dudes with his 1st career hatties.
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby hockeyhockeyhockey on Thu Feb 08, 2018 10:25 pm

Well that was close!!

6-5 Attack, Aiden Dudas with 3g, 2 a. This kid is on fire, folks !!
Huge points for the team tonight.
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby attackisback on Fri Feb 09, 2018 12:28 am

Dudas hat-trick wills Attack to road win
Greg Cowan, Pincher Creek Echo
By Greg Cowan, Owen Sound Sun Times
Thursday, February 8, 2018 9:59:14 EST PM



A trap game, as defined in sporting circles, is a game played against an opponent generally deemed to be easy to defeat often resulting in a leisurely approach from the more formidable team.

Heading into the Peterborough Memorial Centre on Thursday night the Attack had won seven of their last eight games, the Petes had lost nine straight.

The bait stank in Peterborough, but Aidan Dudas and his line mates took care of business and willed the Attack to a 6-5 win on the road.

It was a five point night for the 17-year-old Dudas and 11 points overall for the line he centres.

“Their goalie has won them games in the past. I think some of the last times we played them we weren’t our best - I want to change that,” said Nick Suzuki at practice in Owen Sound a few days before the team left for Peterborough.

The Attack’s second line opened the scoring in the first period when Ethan Szypula finished off a play started by line mates Maksim Sushko and Aidan Dudas.

Szypula, who played his 300th game as a member of the Attack recently, scored the 50th goal of his career on Thursday in game No. 302.

The Petes spoiled the milestone celebration when Moscow-born Pavel Gogolev fired his 20th goal of the season past Olivier Lafreniere to tie the game less than two minutes later.

After getting outshot 7-1 early, the Attack would climb back and finish the first period with the lead in shots, 17-8.

If “bus legs” are a real thing for junior hockey players, they weren’t reflected on the shot clock.

“It’s tough to play on the road as a young player,” said Suzuki. “The young guys have done a good job this year, trying to deal with that.”

Jacob Friend doesn’t seem to care if he’s in Owen Sound or abroad when it comes to laying out opposing players, the Attack captain had a couple of hits which brought the Petes players off their skates in the opening frame.

In the second period, the Petes leading scorer and former Toronto Maple Leafs prospect, Nikita Korostelev walked through the Attack defence and gave Peterborough their first lead of the game.

The lead would be short lived, however, as just 27 seconds later a puck deflected off Dudas’ skate and into the Petes net for his 24th tally of the season.

The Petes took the lead again less than two minutes later, this time on the power play, as captain Logan DeNoble scored his 22nd of the year - 12 of the 22 DeNoble has scored have been with the man-advantage.

Nick Robertson provided a little insurance for the Petes snapping a quick shot off the draw past Lafreniere, putting Peterborough up 4-2.

By the close of the second frame the Petes had regained the lead on the scoreboard, and the shot clock, 30-28, with 22 shots coming in a wide open period.

The Attack’s second line struck for a third time in the game just 42 seconds into the final period on a goal from Dudas. The National Hockey League prospect’s second of the game, 25th on the year, brought Owen Sound back to within one goal.

When does a second line become a top line? After four goals in a game?

Szypula’s second of the game, assisted by Dudas, tied it, 4-4.

Five seconds later Dudas capped-off his first career hat-trick to put the Attack back on top.

Owen Sound rolled on with a tipped-shot goal from Alan Lyszczarczyk to give the Attack a two-goal lead, and they needed it as DeNoble’s second goal of the game minutes later brought the Petes back within one of tying the game with just over five minutes left to play.

The back and forth action would have most fans cracking their necks, coaches loosening their ties and goalies rolling their eyes.

The buzzer sounded with the Attack last in the lead, saved by the ticking clock as the Petes poured on the pressure with their net empty.

Not a comfortable win for Owen Sound, by any stretch, but they all count for two points in the standings.

“We have to take all these games as playoff games and not let any points get away,” said Suzuki.

Lafreniere stopped 34 of 39 shots while Dylan Wells stopped 34 of the Attack’s 40 chances on net.

Defenceman Brady Lyle returned to the lineup for the Attack in Peterborough, he had four shots in the game.

The Attack continue their eastern road swing Friday night in Kingston against Gabe Vilardi and the Frontenacs, puck drop at the Rogers K-Rock Centre goes at 7 p.m.

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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby Noofgoof on Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:05 am

Not a pretty 2 points but 2 important points none the less... the boys will have to be much better tomorrow if they want a chance against the fronts. Id have to think Guzda starts maybe in Ottawa. Good thing the Dudas line showed up tonight . Man are they good together. When line 1 didn't show up Line 1A lead the way thank god.
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby attackisback on Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:30 am

Peterborough Petes tie record for losing streak after blowing 4-2 lead for 10th loss in a row

By Mike Davies, Peterborough Examiner

Friday, February 9, 2018 12:14:17 EST AM


Petes launch minor hockey skills program

Peterborough Memorial Centre


The 2017-18 Peterborough Petes hit a dubious milestone Thursday night.

The Petes tied a club record for longest losing streak when they lost their 10th game in a row.

The Petes blew another third period lead as the Owen Sound Attack rallied from a 4-2 deficit to a 6-5 win before 2,786 fans at the Memorial Centre.

The Petes lost 10 in a row in 2010-11 and 2009-10. It's a record somewhat skewed by the introduction of overtime and shootouts. The Petes longest winless streak is 17 games set in 1993-94 when teams played to ties.

The Attack scored tying and go-ahead goals five seconds apart during a four-goal run in the third period.

Petes interim head coach Andrew Verner said the back-to-back goals are killing them.

“It couldn't have happened any quicker if I'd told them all to skate to the bench and let him go in on a breakaway,” Verner said.



“It was that quick. We had a game plan and the game plan was good. We piled up almost 40 shots on that team and we gave up six goals. That's on everyone. That's your 16-year-olds, your 20-year-olds, all seven defencemen and your goaltender. They all had a hand in it.”

It's the 10th time in 13 games with Verner at the helm the Petes have led a game they lost.

“We've had this conversation quite a bit lately. We played a pretty good team pretty well for two periods. The DNA of that team right now is one that teams around the league will say, 'Hey, just hang around and you can come back on these guys.'”

The Attack's fifth straight win left the Petes five points behind the Mississauga Steelheads for the eighth and final OHL Eastern Conference playoff spot. The Petes have 16 games left and the Steelheads 18.

Linemates Aiden Dudas, with a hat trick, and Ethan Szypula accounted for five of the Attack's six goals including three in a row to start the third rallying the Attack to a 5-4 lead.

Alan Lsyszczarczyk tipped Trenton Bourque's shot in with just over seven minutes left to make it 6-4.

Logan DeNoble's second goal of the game drew the Petes within a goal but they got no further.


“It's almost like you expect it to happen at this point,” DeNoble said.

“I hate to say it. We talked about it in the intermission going into the third, just keep doing what we're doing. I think that second period was the best period we've had in a while. We were doing all the little things right and paying attention to detail. Then they get three quick ones and that was it.”

The Attack outshot the Petes 17-8 in the first period but the only one they got past goalie Dylan Wells was a bit of an unfortunate break for the Petes.

Maksim Sushko took a shot from the corner that Wells saved but the puck ricocheted off two players in front of him and Szypula shovelled the loose puck home at 10:34.

The Petes tied it 1:57 later as Semyon Der-Arguchintsev's pass found Pavel Gogolev in the high slot and he snapped the puck over goalie Olivier Lafreniere's glove. It was Gogolev's 20th goal of the season and 33rd point compared to last year's rookie totals of five goals and 11 points.

Nikita Korostelev celebrated his 21st birthday by scoring his 22nd goal of the season for a 2-1 lead 4:50 into the second period. It was a beauty, too, as Korostelev toe-dragged the puck to get by a defender then deked Lafreniere to the backhand in tight.


The lead was short-lived as the Attack got another pinball goal 27 seconds later. Szypula tried a wraparound and the puck deflected off Dudas's skate past Wells.

The Petes went ahead again on a power play as Der-Arguchintsev played set-up man again feeding DeNoble in the slot where he put his 22nd of the season five-hole eight seconds into a power play at 7:14.

The Petes made it 4-2 as Nick Robertson ripped a shot glove-side on Lafreniere right off a faceoff win by Chris Paquette. It was Robertson's third goal in two games.


Dudas's second goal 42 into the third drew the Attack within a goal. Sushko delivered a hit to free up the puck and Szypula fed it to Dudas who put the puck blocker-side.

The Attack tied it at 6:29 when Dudas hit the post off a draw and Szypula jammed the loose puck in. Dudas put the Attack in front just five seconds later when he took the puck off the faceoff, cruised over the blue-line and snapped a long shot past Wells.

Paquette's line was on for both goals against and he was -4 on the night.

“We had a two-goal lead and that just can't happen,” Paquette said. “I was on for those two goals and it just can't happen. I have to bear down and we have to bear down and put it behind us. We just can't let that happen again.”

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ATTACK 6 PETES 5

Petes record: 18-28-3-3

Attack record: 24-19-2-5

3-stars: 1. Aiden Dudas (O); 2. Ethan Szypula (O); 3. Logan DeNoble (P)

Hardest Working Pete: Nick Robertson

Special Teams: The Petes were 1/5 on the PP, the Attack 0/1.

Next for the Petes: Host North Bay Battalion at 7:05 p.m. Saturday at the Memorial Centre.

PETES SUMMARY

First Period

1-Attack, Szypula 8 (Sushko, Dudas) 10:34

2-Petes, Gogolev 20 (Der-Arguchintsev, Dow) 2:31

Penalties: Doherty (O) interference 2:32.

Second Period

3-Petes, Korostelev 22 (DeNoble) 4:50

4-Attack, Dudas 24 (Szypula, Sushko) 5:17

5-Petes, DeNoble 22 (Der-Arguchintsev, Korostelev) 7:14 pp

6-Petes, Robertson 8 (Paquette) 15:26

Penalties: Cameron (O) hooking 7:05; bench (O) too many men 16:45.

Third Period

7-Attack, Dudas 25 (Szypula) 0:42

8-Attack, Szypula 9 (Dudas) 6:29

9-Attack, Dudas 26 6:34

10-Attack, Lyszczarczyk (Bourque) 12:14

11-Petes, DeNoble 23 (Timms, Korostelev) 14:28 pp

Penalties: DeNoble (P) checking from behind 7:10; Bourque (O) tripping 12:56; Sushko (O) tripping 19:20.

Goaltenders: Wells, Petes; Lafreniere, Attack.

Referees: Gill, Montsion. Linesmen: Tang, Wilson.

Attendance: 2,879 at the Memorial Centre.

Shots: 1 2 3 T

Petes 8 22 9 39

Attack 17 11 12 40

OHL ROUNDUP

The Canadian Press

Hayton scores winner as Greyhounds beat IceDogs 4-3 for seventh straight win

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Morgan Frost scored twice as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds extended their win streak to seven games, defeating the Niagara IceDogs 4-3 on Thursday in Ontario Hockey League action.

Boris Katchouk scored once and added two assists for the league-leading Greyhounds (44-5-3), while Peterborough native Barrett Hayton’s goal 1:01 into the third period stood up as the winner.

William Lochead, Sam Miletic and Kirill Maksimov replied for the IceDogs (26-18-7), who are on a five-game slide.

Matthew Villalta made 29 saves for Sault Ste. Marie as Stephen Dhillon turned aside 32 shots for Niagara.

The Greyhounds went 2 for 4 on the power play while the IceDogs went 0 for 5.

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COLTS 5 BULLDOGS 1

HAMILTON — Andrei Svechnikov scored twice and Leo Lazarev made 37 saves as Barrie toppled the Bulldogs for its third straight victory.

Jaden Peca, Aaron Luchuk and Dmitry Sokolov also scored for the Colts (30-18-3).

Isaac Nurse found the back of the net for Hamilton (33-13-6). Kaden Fulcher stopped 23-of-27 shots in defeat.

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STORM 4 SPITFIRES 3

WINDSOR, Ont. — Alexey Toropchenko broke a 3-3 tie at 16:07 of the third period as Guelph handed the Spitfires their seventh straight loss.

Liam Hawel, Nate Schnarr and James McEwan also scored for the Storm (26-21-4). Anthony Popovich made 27 saves for the win.

Luke Boka, Chris Playfair and Jake Smith supplied the goals for Windsor (23-24-4). Michael DiPietro turned away 21 shots in a losing cause.

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BATTALION 4 FIREBIRDS 3 (SO)

NORTH BAY, Ont. — Adam Thilander scored the shootout winner to lift the Battalion over Flint.

Kyle Potts, Luke Burghardt and Matthew Struthers scored in regulation for North Bay (24-21-7). Christian Propp made 25 saves for the win.

Jalen Smereck scored his second goal of the night at 19:58 of the third period to force extra time for the Firebirds (16-30-5). Former Peterborough Pete C.J. Clarke had the other while Garrett Forrest made 37 saves in defeat.

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OHL STANDINGS

The Canadian Press

Eastern Conference

East Division

GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts

Hamilton 52 33 13 3 3 191 151 72

Kingston 51 28 16 4 3 187 145 63

Oshawa 52 25 24 3 0 182 190 53

Ottawa 50 21 21 5 3 164 195 50

Peterborough 52 18 28 3 3 165 213 42

Central Division

GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts

Barrie 51 30 18 2 1 206 165 63

Niagara 51 26 18 4 3 180 179 59

North Bay 52 24 21 6 1 170 185 55

Mississauga 50 23 26 0 1 179 192 47

Sudbury 51 13 32 6 0 147 216 32

Western Conference

Midwest Division

GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts

Kitchener 52 35 15 2 0 195 160 72

London 50 26 20 2 2 163 156 56

Guelph 51 26 21 1 3 172 193 56

Owen Sound 50 24 19 2 5 195 183 55

Erie 51 15 27 6 3 161 200 39

West Division

GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts

x-Sault Ste. Marie 52 44 5 2 1 234 140 91

x-Sarnia 52 36 12 4 0 234 157 76

Saginaw 50 25 19 6 0 160 171 56

Windsor 51 23 24 2 2 160 175 50

Flint 51 16 30 3 2 148 225 37

Note: x - clinched playoff berth; Two points for a team winning in overtime or shootout; the team losing in overtime or shootout receives one which is registered in the OTL or SOL columns.

Tuesday’s results

Kitchener 3 Niagara 1

Wednesday’s results

Kingston 5 Oshawa 3

Thursday’s results

Barrie 5 Hamilton 1

Sault Ste. Marie 4 Niagara 3

Flint at North Bay, 7 p.m.

Guelph 4 Windsor 3

Owen Sound 6 Peterborough 5

Friday’s results

Barrie at Mississauga, 7 p.m.

Owen Sound at Kingston, 7 p.m.

Flint at Sudbury, 7:05 p.m.

Erie at London, 7:30 p.m.

Sarnia at Kitchener, 7:30 p.m.

Saginaw at Guelph, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday’s games

Oshawa at Ottawa, 2 p.m.

Kitchener at Hamilton, 4 p.m.

Sudbury at London, 7 p.m.

Sault Ste. Marie at Erie, 7 p.m.

Niagara at Sarnia, 7:05 p.m.

Windsor at Saginaw, 7:05 p.m.

North Bay at Peterborough, 7:05 p.m.

Flint at Barrie, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday’s games

Owen Sound at Ottawa, 2 p.m.

North Bay at Kingston, 2 p.m.

Sault Ste. Marie at Hamilton, 2 p.m.

London at Guelph, 2 p.m.

Mississauga at Erie, 2 p.m.

Sudbury at Sarnia, 2:05 p.m.

Niagara at Windsor, 2:05 p.m.

Peterborough at Oshawa, 6:05 p.m.
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby PensFan101 on Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:40 am

Crazy that after everything that happened in December and January, this team could be in fourth place at the end of the weekend.
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Postby stevey on Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:14 pm

That is crazy but that's the way this league is you have 3 teams at the top that kinda checked out on everyone then the rest of the conference is a log jam. Nobody will be able to make playoff plans till the regular season is over.
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby attackisback on Fri Feb 09, 2018 3:07 pm

guelph london and windsor all sold off. im not sold yet on this turn around. 2 losses this weekend and its all for not.
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby cubby01 on Fri Feb 09, 2018 4:01 pm

Three out of four if you include the London home game is what they need. Kingston should be the tough game. If they win that one it adds to the list of contenders that they have beaten recently and should get everyone back on the bandwagon! If the top line can start producing again, this could happen.
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby CHL Watcher on Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:11 pm

I wouldn't worry too much about the top line. They'll be silent now and then....but it only makes them a little more due for an outburst.

It's the second, and third lines, and maybe even the fourth that set the Attack apart from some of their opponents.

If the first line can hold it's own the others usually can, too.

I don't like what I saw last night. Peterborough outplayed them in certain parts of the game and by a wide margin. Granted, the Attack also dominated in big stretches.....but they probably should....if they're serious.


They're up against a stacked team tonight....stacked at the deadline. These guys are serious.

Here we go....
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby hockeyhockeyhockey on Fri Feb 09, 2018 10:29 pm

Sounds like the refs have done everything they could to give the Fronts every chance to win .

And as I type Zippy with the hatty in OT!!!

FRED loses his voice, and slams Dave Lewis and Sean Reid for a poor job .
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Postby CHL Watcher on Fri Feb 09, 2018 10:49 pm

Sounds like it.......


Whatever. All is well that ends well. They're finding a way.

That's 6 straight....broke another win streak (Kingston 6 and Kitchener 7)...beat another ringer filled team. That's a decent run.


Don't even think of letting up against Ottawa! Ollie deserves a defensive wall for his return.
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Re: Games 50,51,52/58 Eastern Road Trip Feb 8, 9, 11,2018

Postby hockeyhockeyhockey on Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:15 pm

Sweet justice, Ollie assists the game winning ot goal!!
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