NORTH BAY, Ont. – Jason Robertson scored twice as the Kingston Frontenacs defeated the North Bay Battalion 4-1 on Tuesday in Ontario Hockey League action.
Kingston now leads the best-of-seven playoff series 2-1.
Gabriel Vilardi had a pair of goals, including the power-play winner 3:04 into the second period, for the Frontenacs at 3:04 of the second period.
Jake Henderson scored for the Battalion.
Jeremy Helvig kicked out 31 shots for Kingston. Christian Propp turned aside 27 shots for North Bay.
BULLDOGS 8 67’S 1
OTTAWA — Brandon Saigeon scored twice as Hamilton cruised past the 67’s to take a 2-1 series lead.
Nicholas Caamano had the eventual winner for the Bulldogs on a power play at 4:11 of the second period. Will Bitten, Isaac Nurse, Ryan Moore, Riley Stillman and Arthur Kaliyev also scored for Hamilton.
Mitchell Hoelscher had the only goal for Ottawa
STEELHEADS 2 COLTS 1
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Owen Tippett put away the winner early in the third period as the Steelheads took a 2-1 series lead over Barrie.
Michael McLeod also scored for Mississauga.
Dmitry Sokolov replied for the Colts.
STORM 7 RANGERS 5
GUELPH, Ont. — Zach Poirier’s goal with 1:45 left in the third period was the winner as the Storm downed Kitchener.
The Rangers lead the series 2-1.
Garrett McFadden, Barret Kirwin, Liam Hawel, Nate Schnarr, Alexey Toropchenko and Cedric Ralph also scored for Guelph.
Kole Sherwood had a pair of goals for Kitchener, while Logan Stanley, Givani Smith and Riley Damiani also scored.
GENERALS 6 ICEDOGS 2
OSHAWA, Ont. — Alex Di Carlo and Kyle MacLean had two goals apiece as the Generals subdued Niagara.
The IceDogs lead the best-of-seven series 2-1.
Danil Antropov and Renars Krastenbergs also scored for Oshawa.
Akil Thomas and Danial Singer scored for the IceDogs.
STING 5 SPITFIRES 3
WINDSOR, Ont. — Jordan Ernst chipped in the game-winning goal for the Sting at 17:27 of the third period to down the Spitfires.
Sarnia takes a 2-1 series lead.
Drake Rymsha, Theo Calvas, Hugo Leufvenius and Sean Josling also scored for the Sting.
Daniel D’Amico, Cole Purboo and Connor Corcoran scored for Windsor.