ERIE, Pa. - Erie's top line of Dane Fox, Connor Brown and Connor McDavid combined for six goals and 14 points as the Otters crushed the visiting Windsor Spitfires 9-0 on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League play.
Fox scored three goals and now has a league-best 51 goals on the season. Brown had two goals and four assists, which gives him 88 points in 43 contests, and McDavid tacked on a goal and four assists.
Erie goaltender Oscar Dansk made 26 saves for the shutout.
Dalen Kuchmey started in net for the Spitfires (25-16-2), but was pulled after giving up four goals on 12 shots through just over 35 minutes of action. Kuchmey was replaced by Alex Fotinos, who block just 13-of-18 shots he faced in relief.
The Otters went 4 for 6 on the power play while Windsor failed to score on five chances with the man advantage.
STORM 5 RANGERS 0
GUELPH, Ont. — Brock McGinn scored twice and Justin Nichols made 29 saves as the Storm shutout the Rangers for their third straight victory.
Jordan DeKort made 42 saves for Kitchener (15-25-2).
Guelph was 2 for 5 on the power play while the Rangers failed to score on their only chance with the man advantage.
GREYHOUNDS 5 KNIGHTS 4 (SO)
SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Jared McCann scored in regulation and again in a shootout to lift the Greyhounds over London.
Greyhounds goalie Matt Murray made 28 saves while Anthony Stolarz turned aside 30 shots in the losing effort.
BATTALION 3 FRONTENACS 2
NORTH BAY, Ont. — Brett McKenzie had a pair of goals as the Battalion held on to defeat Kingston.
Matt MacLeod also scored for North Bay (21-17-5), which had a 3-0 lead early in the second period.
Roland McKeown and Spencer Watson brought the Frontenacs (24-14-4) within a goal.
Jake Smith made 27 saves for the Battalion as Lucas Peressini turned away 27-of-30 shots for Kingston.
GENERALS 2 WOLVES 1 (SO)
SUDBURY, Ont. — Bradley Latour scored once in regulation and then added the shootout winner as Oshawa slipped past the Wolves.
Latour opened the scoring at 4:39 of the third period for the Generals (27-12-4).
Dominik Kahun responded for Sudbury (24-10-7) at 13:40 to force overtime.
Oshawa's Daniel Altshuller made 34 saves for the win as Franky Palazesse turned away 28-of-29 shots for the Wolves.