GUELPH, Ont. — Kyle Maksimovich put away the winner 3:10 into overtime as the Erie Otters edged the Guelph Storm 5-4 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action.
Chad Yetman had a hat trick for Erie (5-6-1) and Kurtis Henry added a goal.
Nate Schnarr, Liam Hawel, Jack Hanley and Isaac Ratcliffe scored for the Storm (7-4-2).
Daniel Murphy turned away 28 shots for the Otters. Anthony Popovich made 23 saves for Guelph.
Erie went 1 for 4 on the power play and the Storm were 1 for 3 with the man advantage.
67’S 2 KNIGHTS 1 (OT)
OTTAWA — Austen Keating scored in overtime as the 67’s slipped past London.
Jack Quinn had a goal in regulation time for Ottawa (11-3-1).
Adam Boqvist was the lone scorer for the Knights (6-4-2).
FRONTENACS 4 WOLVES 1
KINGSTON, Ont. — Jason Robertson had the eventual winner as the Frontenacs outpaced Sudbury.
Ian Derungs, Matt Hotchkiss and Ryan Cranford rounded out the attack for Kingston (4-9-1).
Quinton Byfield scored for the Wolves (8-6-0).
GENERALS 5 BULLDOGS 3
HAMILTON — Kyle MacLean had a pair of goals as Oshawa sank the Bulldogs.
Nick Wong’s goal late in the third period was the winner for the Generals (7-4-1), while Serron Noel and Danil Antropov also scored.
Brandon Saigeon struck twice for Hamilton (7-6-1) and Avery Hayes also scored.
ATTACK 5 STEELHEADS 3
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Nick Suzuki chipped in the game-winning goal as Owen Sound topped the Steelheads.
Kevin Hancock, Daylon Groulx, Maksim Sushko and Griffin Wilson also scored for the Attack (7-5-1).
Owen Tippett, Cole Carter and Richard Whittaker responded for the Steelheads (8-4-1).
STING 4 FIREBIRDS 2
SARNIA, Ont. — Franco Sproviero’s goal 5:35 into the third period was the winner as the Sting downed Flint.
Kelton Hatcher, Calvin Martin and Ryan McGregor also scored for Sarnia (5-6-1).
Jack Wismer and Jacob Winterton supplied the offence for the Firebirds (0-12-0).
GREYHOUNDS 7 RANGERS 4
KITCHENER, Ont. — Morgan Frost scored twice as Sault Ste. Marie dispatched the Rangers.
Ryan Roth, Joe Carroll, Barrett Hayton and Jordan Sambrook also scored for the Greyhounds (10-3-2) and Mac Hollowell put away the winner at 8:58 of the second period.
Greg Meireles led Kitchener (6-5-2) with a pair of goals, while Jonathan Yantsis and Riley Damiani also found the back of the net.