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Thursday, March 8, 2018

Knights Solidify 4th, Colts Clinch

Regional | by Bayshore News Staff  

Attack at Barrie Tonight in OHL Play

courtesy ontariohockeyleague.com 

 

Ontario Hockey League

London Knights 5 Guelph Storm 2
Barrie Colts 6 Hamilton Bulldogs 3
Flint Firebirds 7 Erie Otters 4
Oshawa Generals 5 Kingston Frontenacs 3

 

Knights 5 Storm 2

The Knights scored twice less than a minute apart late in the 3rd period before adding a pair of empty netters to defeat the Storm for their fourth straight win.

Star defender Evan Bouchard had a goal and 4 points to lead London.

Bouchard tied the game with just over 3 minutes remaining on a power play, then he set up a Cole Tymkin tip-in on the game winner.

Nathan Dunkley, Alex Formenton and Liam Foudy also scored for London who sit 4th in the Western Conference, 4 points up on the Owen Sound Attack.

Cedric Ralph and Isaac Ratcliffe scored for the Storm who have lost 10 of their last 11.

 

 

Colts 6 Bulldogs 3

The Colts clinched the Central Division title with their 5th straight win.

Lucas Chiodo had two goals and 4 points for Barrie who will host the Owen Sound Attack tonight. ( 7 pm for Kia of Owen Sound-Terry's Trailer Service Bearadio on 560 CFOS ).

Aaron Luchuk, Dmitry Sokolov, Andrei Svechnikov and Zach Magwood also scored in the victory.

Robert Thomas had a goal and 3 points for Hamilton.

Captain Justin Lemcke and Isaac Nurse also scored for Hamilton who lead the Eastern Conference by 7 points over the Colts.

 

 

Firebirds 7 Otters 4

Owen Sound native Connor Roberts scored twice for the Firebirds who have won 3 in a row.

Hunter Holmes also scored twice for Flint while Riley McCourt, Ty Dellandrea and Ethan Keppen added singles.

Owen Headrick, Kyle Maksimovich. Collingwood native Emmett Sproule and Gera Poddubnyi had the goals for Erie.

 


Generals 5 Frontenacs 3

Jack Studnicka, Serron Noel and Renars Krastenbergs each had a goal and an assist for the Generals who have won 8 of their last 10.

Domenico Commisso scored the game winner for Oshawa while Matt Brassard added an empty netter.

Gabriel Vilardi, Jason Robertson and Tyler Burnie (17) scored for the Frontenacs.

 

 

Tonight 

Owen Sound Attack at Barrie Colts   7 pm for Bearadio on 560 CFOS
Flint Firebirds at Niagara IceDogs  7 pm
Sudbury Wolves at North Bay Battalion   7 pm
Mississauga Steelheads at Peterborough Petes   7:05 pm
Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds at Windsor Spitfires  7:05 pm

 

 

Western Conference

xyz Sault Greyhounds  62 52 6 2 2 108
xy Kitchener Rangers   63 42 19 2 0 86
x Sarnia Sting                64 43 16 4 1 91
x London Knights          63 36 23 2 2 76
x Owen Sound Attack 62 32 22 3 5 72
x Guelph Storm            63 28 26 5 4 65
x Saginaw Spirit            62 28 26 8 0 64
x Windsor Spitfires       62 29 28 3 2 63

Erie Otters                    64 21 33 7 3 52
Flint Firebirds               63 19 39 3 2 43

 

Eastern Conference

xy Hamilton Bulldogs 64 41 17 3 3 88
xy Barrie Colts            63 39 21 2 1 81
x Kingston Frontenacs 63 33 21 6 3 75
x Oshawa Generals     63 33 27 3 0 69
x Niagara IceDogs       62 29 23 7 3 68
x North Bay Battalion 63 28 25 7 3 66
x Ottawa 67's              62 28 26 5 3 64
Mississauga Steelheads 62 29 30 1 2 61
Peterborough Petes  62 22 34 3 3 50
Sudbury Wolves          62 15 38 9 0 39

 


CHL Announces Top 10 Rankings

 
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (52-6-2-2)
Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (44-10-4-3)
Swift Current Broncos (46-14-4-2)
Moose Jaw Warriors (48-14-1-2)
Kitchener Rangers (42-19-2-0)
Sarnia Sting (43-16-4-1)
Halifax Mooseheads (41-16-6-1)
Everett Silvertips (44-18-2-3)
Hamilton Bulldogs (41-16-3-3)
Acadie-Bathurst Titan (39-15-7-2)

   
 
Honourable Mention:
  
Rimouski Oceanic (40-16-6-1)
Portland Winterhawks (41-20-1-4)
Barrie Colts (38-21-2-1)


 


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