OHL Roundup: Battalion rally past Wolves

Cam Dineen. (OHL Images)

SUDBURY, Ont. — Luke Burghardt scored a hat trick and added an assist as the North Bay Battalion rallied past the Sudbury Wolves 6-5 on Sunday afternoon in Ontario Hockey League action.

Burghardt had winner at 19:56 of the third period as North Bay scored five times in the final frame.

Cam Dineen, Brady Lyle and Daniil Vertiy rounded out the attack for the Battalion (2-0-0).

Michael Pezzetta struck twice with Nolan Hutcheson, Shane Bulitka and David Levin also chipping in for the Wolves (0-2-0).

Mat Woroniuk combined with Julian Sime for 21 saves for North Bay. Jake McGrath turned aside 37 shots for Sudbury.

The Battalion went 1 for 5 with the man advantage and the Wolves were 0 for 3.

SPITFIRES 4 STORM 0

WINDSOR, Ont. — Michael DiPietro stopped all 30 shots he faced as the Spitfires shut out Guelph.

Mathew MacDougall, Aaron Luchuk, Luke Kutkevicius and Igor Larionov scored for the Spitfires (3-0-0).

Anthony Popovich turned aside 24 shots for the Storm (0-1-1).

GREYHOUNDS 5 KNIGHTS 1

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Tim Gettinger had a goal and two assists as the Greyhounds downed London.

Keeghan Howdeshell, Morgan Frost, Barrett Hayton and Hayden Verbeek rounded out the attack for the Greyhounds (1-1-0).

Adrian Carbonara scored for the Knights (1-2-0).

Matthew Villalta turned away 21 shots for Sault Ste. Marie. Tyler Johnson kicked out 34 shots for London.

67’S 6 OTTERS 4

OTTAWA — Austen Keating had a hat trick and an assist as the 67’s beat Erie.

Graeme Clarke, Sasha Chmelevski and Tye Felhaber also scored for Ottawa (2-1-0).

Carson Edwardson, Kyle Maksimovich, Gera Poddubnyi and Jordan Sambrook scored for the Otters (1-1-1).

Olivier Lafreniere turned aside 23 shots for Ottawa. Anand Oberoi stopped 20 shots for Erie.

Otters defenceman Jack Duff was give a match penalty for slew footing at 17:50 of the second period.

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