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OHL Playoff RoundUp

Regional | by Bayshore News Staff  

Attack at London Tonight For Game 3


Ontario Hockey League Playoffs

Western Conference Quarterfinals


 Kitchener Rangers 2 Guelph Storm 1
 (Rangers lead the series 2-0)

 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 8 Saginaw Spirit 0
(Greyhounds lead 2-0)



Eastern Conference Quarterfinals

 Ottawa 67's 5 Hamilton Bulldogs 4
(Series tied 1-1)

 Kingston Frontenacs 4 North Bay Battalion 3
(Series tied 1-1)

 Niagara IceDogs 6 Oshawa Generals 1
(IceDogs lead the series 2-0)



Rangers 2 Storm 1

Mario Culina made 41 saves to backstop the Rangers to a 2-0 series lead.

Kole Sherwood with the game winner and former Storm forward Givani Smith scored for Kitchener.

Cam Hillis scored the lone marker for the Storm who will host Game 3 tomorrow night.


Greyhounds 8 Spirit 0

Jack Kopacka scored twice for the Greyhounds who got Globetrotter-like goals from Keeghan Howdeshell and Barrett Hayton.

Morgan Frost, Boris Katchouk and Conor Timmins also scored for Sault Ste Marie who lead the best of 7; 2-0.

Matthew Villalta made 21 saves to record the shutout.

Game 3 of the series goes tonight in Saginaw.


67's 5 Bulldogs 4

Sam Bitten scored the game winner for the 67's who have tied the series at 1 win apiece.

Shaw Boomhower scored twice for Ottawa while Sasha Chmelevski and captain Travis Barron also scored in the victory.

Noel Hoefenmayer had three assists

Will Bitten, Justin Lemcke, Riley Stillman and Brandon Saigeon scored for the Bulldogs.

Game 3 is tomorrow night in Ottawa


Frontenacs 4 Battalion 3

Jacob Paquette scored the game winner for the frontenacs who evened the series at 1 win apiece.

Linus Nyman scored twice for Kingston whileBrett Neumann had the other marker.

Kyle Potts, Brandon Coe and Brad Chenier scored for the battalion who will be the host team for the next two games in the series.


IceDogs 6 Generals 1

Sam Miletic scored twice for the IceDogs who have a 2-0 series lead.

Liam Ham, Adrian Carbonara, Bradey Johnson and Akil Thomas also scored for Niagara in the penalty filled game.

Collingwood native Allan McShane opened the scoring for Oshawa who will host Game 3 tomorrow night.


Tonight the Owen Sound Attack are at London for Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals

The Attack lead the series 2-0.

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