OHL Roundup: Clark scores deciding goal late as 67’s topple Colts


OTTAWA — Kody Clark’s second goal of the game broke a tie late in the third period and the Ottawa 67’s held on to beat the Barrie Colts 4-3 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action.

Clark’s first goal, on a power play 18:35 into the first period, had tied the game 1-1.

Marco Rossi also scored twice for the 67’s (4-3-0) and Austen Keating chipped in with a pair of assists.

Ben Hawerchuk, Lucas Chiodo and Matej Pekar provided the offence for Barrie (2-3-1).

Ottawa’s Cedrick Andree stopped 33 shots. Maksim Zhukov made 32 saves for the Colts.

The 67’s were 1 for 7 on the power play while Barrie converted once on five chances with the man advantage.


HAMILTON — Brandon Saigeon scored the eventual winner while on the power play at 17:38 of the second period to lift the Bulldogs over Peterborough.

Avery Hayes and Tim Fleischer also scored for Hamilton (3-2-1) as Nick Donofrio kicked out 28 shots for the victory.

Matt McNamara and Cameron Butler replied for the Petes (4-2-0). Hunter Jones made 32 saves in a losing cause.


ERIE, Pa. — Nicholas Porco scored two goals 33 seconds apart as Saginaw slipped past the Otters.

Damien Giroux and DJ Busdeker also scored for the Spirit (4-2-1). Ivan Prosvetov turned away 28 shots for the win.

Emmett Sproule, Gera Poddubnyi and Petr Cajka scored for Erie (1-4-0). Noah Battaglia made 22 saves in defeat.


FLINT, Mich. — Keegan Stevenson scored twice and Isaac Ratcliffe had a goal and two helpers as Guelph downed the Firebirds.

Tag Bertuzzi, Nate Schnarr and Mark Woolley also scored for the Storm (4-1-1). Nico Daws made 21 saves for the win.

Ty Dellandrea and Jacob Winterton found the back of the net for Flint (0-6-0). Luke Cavallin turned away 29 shots in defeat.


SARNIA, Ont. — Rickard Hugg had a hat trick as Kitchener held on to beat the Sting.

Joseph Garreffa also scored while Luke Richardson made 23 saves for the Rangers (4-0-1).

Hugo Leufvenius, Jacob Perreault and Ryan McGregor had goals for Sarnia (3-3-0). Ethan Langevin made 16 saves in defeat.


OWEN SOUND, Ont. — Andrew MacLean made 25 saves as the Attack doubled up Oshawa.

Bryce Caruk, Cade Robinson, Aidan Dudas and Kevin Hancock suplied the Owen Sound (3-4-0) offence.

Giovanni Vallati and Nando Eggenberger scored for the Generals (3-3-0). Kyle Keyser turned aside 31 shots in the loss.

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