OTTAWA — Henry Mews notched two goals — his second and third of the season — as the Ottawa 67s snapped a three-game losing streak with a 5-1 win over the Sudbury Wolves on Sunday.
Cameron Tolnai, Tyler Boucher and Brad Gardiner also scored for Ottawa (19-4-0). Max Donoso stopped 27-of-28 shots.
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Alex Pharand scored the lone goal for Sudbury (7-11-3). Joe Ranger made 18 saves.
After Pharand tied the game at 1-1 at 11:57 of the second period, Mews responded with two consecutive goals in a span of 1:35 to restore the 67s’ advantage. Boucher and Gardiner extended Ottawa’s lead in the third to put the game out of reach.
STEELHEADS 5 FRONTENACS 3
MISSISSAUGA, ONT. — Isaac Enright scored the winner, James Hardie netted the game-tying goal and insurance marker as Mississauga (12-7-3) defeated Kingston (12-10-1-1). Enright and Hardie led the Steelheads’ comeback scoring in a span of 10:01 in the final period.
BULLDOGS 10 GREYHOUNDS 6
HAMILTON — Jorian Donovan netted a hat trick along with one assist, Logan Morrison scored two goals and added two assists as Hamilton (9-10-1) pushed past Sault Ste. Marie (6-10-4-4) in a high-scoring affair. Avery Hayes also notched two goals for the Bulldogs.
KNIGHTS 4 GENERALS 2
OSHAWA, ONT. — Sean McGurn led the way with one goal and two assists as London (13-7-1) downed Oshawa (6-12-1-2). Ben Bujold, Easton Cowan and Denver Barkey added the others for the Knights while Brett Brochu made 34 saves.
RANGERS 8 OTTERS 4
KITCHENER, ONT. — Carson Rehkopf recorded a hat trick and one assist as Kitchener (9-12-0) cruised past Erie (10-9-0-2). The Rangers broke the game open turning a 1-1 tie near the midway mark of the first period into a run of six unanswered goals.
— This roundup was generated automatically with a CP-developed application.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 27, 2022.