OHL Roundup: Steelheads beat Spitfires to snap losing streak


Mississauga Steelheads defenceman Nicolas Hague. (Aaron Bell/OHL Images)

WINDSOR, Ont. — Nicolas Hague scored the shootout winner as the Mississauga Steelheads snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory over the Windsor Spitfires on Thursday in Ontario Hockey League action.

Trent Fox, Ryan McLeod and Michael Little scored in regulation for the Steelheads (12-19-1).

Connor Corcoran, Mathew MacDougall and Curtis Douglas supplied the offence for the Spitfires (17-11-3).

Emanuel Vella made 27 saves for the win as Lucas Patton turned away 37 shots in defeat.

Mississauga went 1 for 4 on the power play while Windsor failed to score on three chances with the man advantage.

67’S 5 PETES 2

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. — Graeme Clarke broke a 2-2 deadlock at 4:44 of the third period as Ottawa beat the Petes to snap a four-game slide.

Kody Clark, Quinn Yule, Sasha Chmelevski and Mitchell Hoelscher also scored for the 67’s (15-15-3). Olivier Tremblay made 23 saves for the win.

Logan DeNoble and Pavel Gogolev found the back of the net for Peterborough (15-15-2). Hunter Jones kicked out 32 shots in a losing cause.


BARRIE, Ont. — Aaron Luchuk had a goal and two assists in his debut with his new team and Andrei Svechnikov scored a hat trick as the Colts downed Owen Sound.

Justin Murray and Lucas Chiodo also scored for Barrie (18-10-3). Leo Lazarev made 30 saves for the victory.

Chase Campbell, Jacob Friend, Ethan Szypula and Aidan Dudas scored for the Attack (14-12-4). Mack Guzda 29-of-34 shots in defeat.

Owen Sound forward Daylon Groulx was given a major and game misconduct for checking to the head in the first.


NORTH BAY, Ont. — Benjamin Gleason and Arthur Kaliyev scored 40 seconds apart in the third period to seal Hamilton’s victory over the Battalion.

MacKenzie Entwistle, Matthew Strome and Marian Studenic also scored for the Bulldogs (19-7-6), who got a 24-save outing from Nick Donofrio.

Cam Dineen and Riley Bruce responded for North Bay (11-17-4). Christian Propp turned aside 31-of-36 shots in defeat.

Battalion forward Brad Chenier received a match penalty for slew-footing midway through the third period.


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