OSHAWA, Ont. - No one is happier to see Scott Laughton back in junior than the city of Oshawa.
The 19-year-old centre scored once and set up two more on Sunday as the Generals downed the visiting Guelph Storm 4-1 in Ontario Hockey League play.
Since being reassigned to Oshawa by the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday, Laughton has produced three goals and nine points in three outings, all victories for the club.
Michael Dal Colle had a goal and an assist for the Generals (5-2-0) while Jimi Kuronen and Bradley Latour scored the others.
Zack Mitchell scored the lone goal for the Storm (4-2-0), who have dropped back-to-back contests after starting the season with four straight wins.
Daniel Altshuller made 24 saves for the win and Matthew Mancina took the loss after allowing three goals on 17 shots. Justin Nichols replaced Mancina and stopped 17-of-18 shots in 29 minutes of relief.
Oshawa went 2-for-8 on the power play while Guelph scored once on five chances with the man advantage.
Frontenacs 3 Greyhounds 2
KINGSTON, Ont., — Henri Ikonen scored twice as the Frontenacs held on to defeat Sault Ste. Marie.
Matt Mahalak made 31 saves for the win. Matt Murray turned away 33-of-36 shots in defeat.
Battalion 4 Steelheads 1
MISSISSAUGA, Ont., — Brandon Robinson had a pair of goals for North Bay as it beat the Steelheads.
Jamie Lewis and Brenden Miller added goals for the Battalion (5-4-0) and Nick Paul had two assists.
Trevor Carrick supplied the scoring for Mississauga (4-2-0).
Jake Smith made 22 saves for the win as Spencer Martin stopped 35 shots in a losing cause.
67's 3 Petes 2 (OT)
Jacob Middleton and Taylor Fielding also scored for Ottawa (3-4-0), who were outshot 24-9 in the third period and overtime before winning in the shootout.
Michael Giugovaz made 34 saves in defeat.
Spitfires 7 IceDogs 4
WINDSOR, Ont., — Josh Ho-Sang had two goals and an assist and Kerby Rychel scored once and set up three more as the Spitfires downed Niagara.
The IceDogs (2-4-1) got goals from Mack Lemmon, Carter Verhaeghe, Mitchell Fitzmorris and Blake Siebenaler.
Dalen Kuchmey made 23 saves for the victory. Brent Moran picked up the loss after giving up seven goals on 29 shots.