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OHL Roundup: Moran stops 53 shots, Perlini scores twice as IceDogs halt five-game slide

Saturday, 02.22.2014 / 10:54 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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OHL Roundup: Moran stops 53 shots, Perlini scores twice as IceDogs halt five-game slide

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - Brent Moran stopped 53 shots and Brendon Perlini had two goals and an assist as the Niagara IceDogs downed the visiting North Bay Battalion 4-1 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action.

Eric Ming and Vince Dunn also scored for the IceDogs (19-31-8), who snapped a five-game winless streak, and Carter Verhaeghe chipped in with two assists.

Ben Thomson scored for the Battalion (31-22-6).

North Bay's Brendan O'Neill stopped 17-of-21 shots in 31 minutes of action. Evan Cormier replaced O'Neill and turned aside each of the six shots he faced.

Niagara went 2 for 5 on the power play while the Battalion failed to score on four chances with the man advantage.

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GENERALS 4 BULLS 1

BELLEVILLE, Ont. — Justice Dundas had a pair of goals and Ken Appleby made 36 saves as Oshawa toppled the Bulls.

Cole Cassels and Aidan Wallace also scored for the Generals (38-16-5), who led 2-0 after 20 minutes of play.

Remi Elie scored the lone goal for Belleville (18-35-5).

Charlie Graham turned away 27-of-30 shots for the Bulls, who fell to 10-16-2 on home ice.

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KNIGHTS 4 WHALERS 3

PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Nikita Zadoroz broke a 3-3 deadlock at 14:25 of the third period while on the power play as London edged the Whalers for its seventh win in a row.

Jake Patterson stopped 35 shots for the Knights (42-12-5), including 14 in the final 20 minutes.

Owen MacDonald, Brady Austin and Mitchell Marner also scored for London.

Zach Lorentz, Victor Crus Rydberg and Danny Vanderwiel scored for Plymouth (23-30-6) while Alex Nedeljkovic turned away 50-of-54 shots in defeat.

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STING 6 67's 1

SARNIA, Ont. — Anthony DeAngelo, in his first game back since serving an eight-game suspension, had two goals and an assist as the Sting avoided their 12th straight loss by defeating Ottawa.

Noah Bushnell, Brandon Lindberg, Nickolas Latta and David Brown also scored for Sarnia (15-37-6), which last won on Jan. 25 against the Plymouth Whalers.

John Urbanic scored the lone goal for the 67's (20-33-4), who are on a four-game skid.

Brodie Barrick made 24 saves for the Sting as Philippe Trudeau stopped 24-of-30 shots for Ottawa.

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GREYHOUNDS 8 OTTERS 2

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Bryan Moore scored three times and added an assist as the Greyhounds hammered Erie.

Andrew Fritsch, David Miller, Sergey Tolchinksy, Tyler Gaudet and Kyle Jenkins also scored for Sault Ste. Marie (38-16-5) while Darnell Nurse had three assists.

Connor Brown and Nick Betz scored for the Otters (43-13-2), who dropped their third in a row.

Matt Murray made 24 saves for the Greyhounds. Erie's Oscar Dansk allowed six goals on 32 shots before giving way to Devin Williams, who failed to stop the only two shots he faced in 16 minutes of relief.

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COLTS 2 WOLVES 1

BARRIE, Ont. — Daniel Gibl kicked out 30 shots as the Colts edged Sudbury.

Aaron Ekblad and Andrew Mangiapane scored for Barrie (30-24-3) and Andreas Athanasiou assisted on both of his club's goals.

The Wolves (30-18-9) got their lone goal from Danny Desrochers.

Franky Palazzese turned aside 28 shots for Sudbury.

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SPIRIT 5 ATTACK 2

OWEN SOUND, Ont. — Eric Locke scored once and set up two more as Saginaw downed the Attack.

Justin Kea, Kristoff Kontos, Jesse Graham and Mitchell Stephens also scored for the Spirit (28-26-5) while Nikita Serebryakov made 34 saves for the victory.

Daniel Milne and Kyle Platzer replied for Owen Sound (26-25-7).

Brandon Hope stopped 23-of-27 shots for the Attack.

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