OHL Roundup: Sam Rhodes lifts Barrie Colts over Hamilton Bulldogs


HAMILTON — Sam Rhodes scored twice, including the power-play winner, as the Barrie Colts doubled the Hamilton Bulldogs 6-3 on Wednesday in Ontario Hockey League play.

Lucas Chiodo also had a pair of goals for Barrie (10-9-1), while Jason Willms and Matej Pekar also scored.

Brandon Saigeon scored all three goals for the Bulldogs (10-9-1).

Hamilton’s Navrin Mutter was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct a check to the head at 5:45 of the second period.

Maksim Zhukov made 33 saves for the win and Zachary Roy stopped 19 shots for the Bulldogs.

The Colts went 2 for 5 on the power play and Hamilton was 2 for 7 with the man advantage.


MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Owen Tippett’s power-play goal 13:42 into the second period was the eventual winner as the Steelheads held off Guelph.

Michael Little, Cole Carter and Alan Lyszczarczyk also scored for Mississauga (12-6-2).

Daniil Chayka was the lone scorer for the Storm (10-5-5).


ERIE, Pa. — Petr Cajka and Chad Yetman had two goals apiece as the Otters sank Kitchener.

Brendan Kischnick and Kyle Maksimovich also scored for Erie (9-10-1).

Jonathan Yantsis struck twice for the Rangers (9-10-2), while Joseph Garreffa and Rickard Hugg added goals of their own.


OWEN SOUND, Ont. — Nick Suzuki’s goal early in the first period stood as the winner as the Attack routed Sarnia.

Kevin Hancock, Brady Lyle, Trenton Bourque, Kaleb Pearson and Daylon Groulx rounded out the offence for Owen Sound (12-7-2).

Hugo Leufvenius scored for the Sting (7-9-4).


FLINT, Mich. — Blade Jenkins struck twice as Saginaw doubled the Firebirds.

Cole Perfetti had the power-play winner in the first minute of the second period and Nicholas Porco also scored for the Spirit (11-7-2).

Ethan Keppen and Jake Durham scored for Flint (2-18-1).

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