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OHL: Appleby gets first shutout, Generals win fourth in a row, 2-0 over Bulls

Wednesday, 01.22.2014 / 10:14 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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OHL: Appleby gets first shutout, Generals win fourth in a row, 2-0 over Bulls

BELLEVILLE, Ont. - Ken Appleby made 32 saves for his first shutout of the season to lead the Oshawa Generals to a 2-0 win over the Belleville Bulls on Wednesday in Ontario Hockey League action.

It was Oshawa's (30-12-4) fourth win in a row.

Michael Dal Colle opened the scoring for the Generals with his 29th goal of the season on a power play at 8:43 of the first period.

Justice Dundas scored the game's other goal a little over two minutes later.

Charlie Graham made 23 saves for Belleville (13-28-4).

Oshawa was 1 for 2 on the power play, while the Bulls were 0 for 7.

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FRONTENACS 6 67's 4

OTTAWA — The Kingston Frontenacs used a four-goal second period to open a 5-0 lead before holding off the 67s.

Six players shared in the scoring for Kingston (25-17-4) with Corey Pawley getting the Frontenacs on the board first.

Goals by Michael Moffat, Spencer Watson, Slater Doggett and Lawson Crouse made it 5-0 in the second period. Henri Ikonen added an empty netter with two seconds left in the game after Ottawa's fourth straight goal cut the margin to 5-4.

Ryan Van Stralen scored twice for the 67s. Brett Gustavsen and Travis Konecny got the other Ottawa (15-26-4) goals. Konecny's goal made it a one-goal game at 14:34 of the third.

Matt Mahalak made 23 saves for Kingston, which ended a four-game losing streak.

Philippe Trudeau was lifted after allowing his fifth goal on 19 shots at 14:11 of the second period. Liam Herbst went the rest of the way and turned back all 15 shots he faced.

The Frontenacs were 0 for 3 on the power play, and the 67s were 1 for 4.

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