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OHL Roundup: Oshawa Generals seige Peterborough Petes in 7-1 victory

Thursday, 10.03.2013 / 11:04 PM / News

The Canadian Press

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. - The Oshawa Generals scored seven unanswered goals in a 7-1 win over the Peterborough Petes in Ontario Hockey League play Thursday.

Josh Sterk and Scott Laughton each scored twice for Oshawa (3-2-0), while Bradley Latour, Cole Cassels and Hunter Smith had singles.

Jonatan Tatus gave Peterborough (3-2-0) its first and last lead 5:30 into the first period.

Daniel Altshuller made 26 saves for Oshawa, while Michael Giugovaz allowed all seven goals on 42 shots.

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GREYHOUNDS 4 67'S 1

OTTAWA — Scoring first wasn't much of an advantage for the 67's.

Sault Ste. Marie (3-0-1) rebounded from an early deficit with goals from Andrew Fritsch, Jared McCann, Patrick Watling and Tyler Gaudet.

Travis Konecny gave Ottawa (2-3-0) a 1-0 lead at 8:39 in the first period.

Greyhounds goaltender Matt Murray finished with 31 saves, while at the other end of the ice Philippe Trudeau stopped 29 shots.

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ICEDOGS 4 BATTALION 2

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Niagara scored three unanswered goals to down North Bay.

Luke Mercer, Brook Hiddink, Brendan Perlini and Carter Verhaeghe scored for the IceDogs (1-3-1).

Brandon Robinson and Matt MacLeod had singles for the Battalion (4-3-0).

Christopher Festarini earned the win with 27 saves in Niagara's net. Jake Smith stopped 24 shots for North Bay.

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SPITFIRES 5 WHALERS 1

WINDSOR, Ont. — Ben Johnson scored a hat trick, including a short-handed goal, as the Spitfires overwhelmed Plymouth.

Ryan Moore and Brady Vail also scored for Windsor (2-2-0).

The Whalers' (2-4-0) lone goal came shorthanded on a penalty shot by Ryan Hartman.

Dalen Kuchmey made 21 saves for the Spitfires. Alex Nedeljkovic was far busier for Plymouth, letting in all five goals on 42 shots.

For me, it's a great win for our hockey team and for a lot of people back in Columbus, especially our fans in particular … people who have been devoted to this organization, it's big.

— Blue Jackets coach Todd Richards on their win vs. the Penguins in Game 2, the franchise's first-ever Stanley Cup Playoff victory