OHL Roundup: Connor Crisp scores two to lead Wolves over 67's

Sunday, 12.01.2013 / 9:04 PM The Canadian Press

SUDBURY, Ont. - Connor Crisp scored his 11th and 12th goals of the season to lead the Sudbury Wolves to a 4-3 victory over the Ottawa 67's in Ontario Hockey League action on Sunday.

Dominik Kahun and Craig Duininck also scored for the Wolves (13-9-6), who outshot Ottawa 48-29. Nathan Pancel chipped in with two assists.

Ryan Van Stralen, Joseph Blandisi, and John Urbanic scored for the 67's (10-14-3).

Franky Palazzese made 26 saves for the win, while Philippe Trudeau stopped 44 shots in the losing effort.

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SPITFIRES 3 STING 2 (SO)

SARNIA, Ont. — Taylor Dupuis turned away 56 shots to earn the Sting one point in a shootout loss to Windsor.

Josh Ho-Sang and Kerby Rychel scored in regulation for the Spitfires (17-10-0) while Rychel also added the shootout winner.

Jimmy McDowell and Zachary Core supplied the offence for Sarnia (9-17-2), which has dropped back-to-back contests.

Windsor's Alex Fotinos made 24 saves for the victory.

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BATTALION 4 RANGERS 0

KITCHENER, Ont. — Jake Smith made 22 saves and North Bay scored twice shorthanded en route to blanking the Rangers.

Vincent Praplan had two goals for the Battalion (13-14-1), who won for the first time in three outings, while Barclay Goodrow and Ben Thomson added short-handed goals.

Kitchener (10-15-1) defencemen Frank Hora and Logan Schimidt were caught on the ice for both short-handed goals against.

Matthew Greenfield stopped 40 of 44 shots for the Rangers, who went 0 for 5 on the power play.

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FRONTENACS 2 GENERALS 1

OSHAWA, Ont. — Matt Mahalak made 29 saves, including one on a Scott Laughton penalty shot, as Kingston edged the Generals for its fourth straight victory.

Conor McGlynn put the Frontenacs (15-9-3) on the board at 8:48 of the first period and Sam Bennett scored the eventual winner early in the second.

Oshawa's (21-7-1) Josh Sterk opened the scoring 3:57 into the contest.

Daniel Altshuller turned away 27 shots for the Generals, who lost for the first time in three outings.

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