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OHL Roundup: Belleville Bulls shock Oshawa Generals 3-2 in shootout

Wednesday, 12.04.2013 / 10:54 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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OHL Roundup: Belleville Bulls shock Oshawa Generals 3-2 in shootout

BELLEVILLE, Ont. - Cameron Brace and Jordan Subban each scored in the shootout as the Belleville Bulls stunned the Oshawa Generals 3-2 in Ontario Hockey League play Wednesday.

Justin Lemcke and Remi Elie had goals in regulation for lowly Belleville (7-18-4) as both teams combined for a four-goal second period.

Jimi Kuronen and Jacob Busch scored for Eastern Conference-leading Oshawa (21-7-2).

Bulls goaltender Charlie Graham made 36 saves and stopped both shooters in the shootout, while Ken Appleby stopped 42 shots for the Generals.

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KNIGHTS 3 GREYHOUNDS 2

LONDON, Ont. — Anthony Stolarz made 43 saves as the Knights edged Sault Ste. Marie.

Chris Tierney, Ryan Rupert and Brett Welychka scored for London (20-6-2), which won its third straight game.

David Miller and Jared McCann replied for the Greyhounds (19-6-3).

Sault Ste. Marie goalie Matt Murray finished with 33 saves.

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ATTACK 5 RANGERS 3

OWEN SOUNDS, Ont. — Jaden Lindo's two goals led the Attack past Kitchener.

Gemel Smith, Ethan Szypula and Holden Cook each scored for Owen Sound (14-10-5), which scored four unanswered goals for a 5-1 lead.

Mason Kohn, Nick Magyar and Ryan MacInnis had a goal apiece for the Rangers (10-16-1).

Brandon Hope stopped 37 shots for the Attack, while Rangers goalie Matthew Greenfield allowed all five goals on 32 shots.

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