SAULT STE MARIE, Ont. - Matt Murray stopped 34 shots as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds doubled up the visiting Kingston Frontenacs 4-2 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League play.
Patrick Watling scored twice for the Greyhounds (11-1-2), who have earned at least one point in eight straight contests, and Tyler Gaudet had a goal and two assists. Kyle Jenkins scored once to round out Sault Ste. Marie's offence.
Corey Pawley and Darcy Greenaway scored for the Frontenacs (8-3-3) who are winless in four outings, and Sam Povorozniouk assisted on both.
Kingston's Matt Mahalak turned away 40-of-43 shots in defeat.
The Greyhounds went 1 for 5 on the power play while the Frontenacs failed to score on three chances with the man advantage.
OTTERS 4 PETES 0
ERIE, Pa. — Devin Williams made 25 saves and Dane Fox scored twice as the Otters blanked Peterborough for their 10th win in a row.
The Petes (7-6-1) recorded 13 of their 25 shots in the opening 20 minutes of the game.
Peterborough's Andrew D'Agostini stopped 21 shots in a losing cause.
BULLS 4 WOLVES 3 (SO)
Troy Timpano stopped 41 shots for the Wolves.
GENERALS 5 STEELHEADS 2
OSHAWA, Ont. — Michael Dal Colle scored once and set up two others as the Generals defeated Mississauga.
Aidan Wallace, Scott Laughton, Jacob Busch and Hunter Smith also scored for Oshawa (10-3-1) and Chris Carlisle had three assists.
Jesse Barwell and Dylan Smoskowitz scored for the Steelheads (6-7-1).
WHALERS 5 STING 4
PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Zach Lorentz scored the winner with 47 seconds remaining in the third period to put the Whalers ahead for good.
Nikolay Goldobin had a goal and two assists for Sarnia (4-10-1) while Nickolas Latta, Davis Brown and Bryan Moore had a goal apiece.
Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 29 shots for the Whalers. Taylor Dupuis turned aside 41 shots for the Wolves.
SPIRIT 4 COLTS 1
SAGINAW, Mich. — Jake Paterson made 26 saves as the Spirit toppled Barrie.
The Colts (6-7-1) held a 1-0 lead midway through the second period on a Tyson Fawcett goal.
Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 43 shots for Barrie in a losing cause.
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