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Campagna extends point streak to nine games as the Wolves crush the Whalers

Friday, 12.14.2012 / 11:14 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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Campagna extends point streak to nine games as the Wolves crush the Whalers

SUDBURY, Ont. - Mathew Campagna scored once and set up another to extend his point streak to nine games as the host Sudbury Wolves dominated the Plymouth Whalers 7-3 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action.

Jacob Harris scored two goals while Dominik Kubalik had a goal and two assists for the Wolves (13-16-5).

Frank Corrado, Nicholas Baptiste, and Evan de Haan rounded out the scoring for Sudbury while Joshua Leivo picked up four assists.

Garrett Meurs scored twice for the Whalers (14-10-8) while Alex Aleardi scored the other.

Joel Vienneau made 36 saves for the win as Riley Corbin allowed seven goals on 34 shots for the loss.

Meurs gave the Whalers the early lead as he scored 1:28 into the first period, but Campagna replied on the power play at 10:20 to tie the game.

Corrado made it 2-1 at 2:28 of the second period when he unloaded a blast from the point over Corbin's glove.

Aleardi tied the game on the power play at 4:20, but Baptiste regained the lead for the Wolves just over a minute later.

Kubalik made it 4-2 at 8:24 before de Haan increased the lead by three goals at 9:22.

Harris buried a goal 4:39 into the third period when Leivo found him alone at the side of the net before Muers made it 6-3 at 5:44.

Harris scored another goal for Sudbury at 10:10 to crush any hope for the Whalers.

Sudbury went 1 for 4 on the power play while Plymouth went 2 for 4.

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