OHL Roundup: Spitfires offence erupts for 10 goals in rout of Greyhounds


SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Will Cuylle and Ethan Miedema each scored twice and six other Windsor players found the back of the net as the Spitfires routed the Soo Greyhounds 10-4 Sunday in a battle of the OHL West Division’s top two teams.

Wyatt Johnston and Matthew Maggio had a goal and three assists apiece, while James Jodoin, Michael Renwick, Ryan Abraham and Avval Baisov all scored for Windsor (16-9-4) for the team’s eighth win in its last 10 games.

Louka Henault chipped in with three assists and Cuylle had two helpers for the four-point game.

Spitfires starting goaltender Mathias Onuska gave up three goals on 11 shots in the first 15:34 of the first period before being pulled. Xavier Medina stopped 18 shots in relief.

Marco Mignosa, with two, Rory Kerins and Cole MacKay scored for the division-leading Greyhounds (18-12-2).

Goalie Tucker Tynan was beaten five times on 15 shots. He was puled in the second period for Samuel Ivanov, who stopped 16-of-21 shots.

The Spitfires broke a 3-3 tie by scoring six unanswered goals _ three in the second period and another three in the third.


MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — James Hardie scored twice and assisted another for Mississauga (21-7-3), which has not lost in regulation in seven straight games. Roman Basran made 28 saves in the win. J.R. Avon and Joe Carroll scored for Peterborough (10-16-2).


OWEN SOUND, Ont. — Ethan Cardwell had two goals and Brandt Clarke provided three assists as Barrie (15-7-3) returned to its winning ways after its six-game win streak was snapped Saturday. Deni Goure had a goal and two assists for Owen Sound (12-11-3).


KITCHENER, Ont. — Antonio Stranges led the way on offence with two goals and two assists, and Logan Mailloux scored his first two OHL goals in the third period for London (19-8-1). The Knights have won two in a row. Pavel Cajan stopped 31-of-37 shots in defeat for Kitchener (13-14-2).


OSHAWA, Ont. — Ty Tullio’s two goals and one assist propelled Oshawa (14-11-3) to its fifth win over the past six games. Jack Thompson and David Goyette replied for Sudbury (8-18-3).

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