BARRIE, ONTARIO, Canada — Andrew Mangiapane and Anthony Stefano both scored twice, with each recording a short-handed goal, as the Barrie Colts stormed back for a 7-6 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs on Thursday in Ontario Hockey League action.
Julius Nattinen and Kevin Labanc also scored in the third period as Barrie (33-16-2) reeled off four unanswered goals in the last frame. Dylan Sadowy had a power-play goal in the first.
Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 25 of 29 shots in the first two periods for the Colts before being replaced by David Ovsjannikov, who turned aside all 10 shots he faced.
Matt Luff had back-to-back goals 22 seconds apart for Hamilton (19-28-6). Niki Petti had a goal and two assists, while Matthew Strome, Joseph Mizzi and Michael Cramarossa also found the back of the net.
Kaden Fulcher stopped 30 shots for the Bulldogs.
Barrie went 1 for 2 on the power play and Hamilton was 0 for 4 with the man advantage.
BATTALION 4, SPIRIT 1
NORTH BAY, Ont. — Brett Hargrave struck twice to help the Battalion march past Saginaw.
Cam Dineen and Justin Brazeau rounded out the attack for North Bay (26-17-8).
Mitchell Stephens was the lone scorer for the Spirit (20-27-6).
GENERALS 4, PETES 1
PETERBOROUGH, Ont. — Jalen Smereck’s power-play goal early in the second was the first of three unanswered goals in the period as Oshawa rolled past the Petes.
Alexandre Renaud and Domenic Commisso also scored in the first 4:15 of the second for the Generals (19-27-7). Riley Stillman had the game’s first goal.
Eric Cornel replied for Peterborough (24-22-6).