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OHL Roundup: League postpones Saginaw Spirit games in wake of Trafford death

Thursday, 03.13.2014 / 12:14 AM / News

The Canadian Press

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OHL Roundup: League postpones Saginaw Spirit games in wake of Trafford death

SAGINAW, Mich. - The Ontario Hockey League postponed three Saginaw Spirit games on Wednesday so that the team may mourn the death of centre Terry Trafford.

Trafford's body was found dead in his car on Tuesday. The 19-year-old from Toronto was last seen on March 3rd.

The OHL postponed Wednesday's game between the Spirit and Ste. Sault Marie Greyhounds in Saginaw. The league offered to reconvene the team's regular season when the Spirit's players felt ready.

After consulting with the team, Saginaw's players asked to resume their season on Friday in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

The Spirit will then play in Saginaw against the London Knights on March 15 and host the Greyhounds on March 17.

Wednesday night's game between the Plymouth Whalers and Owen Sound Attack was postponed due to inclement weather.

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STORM 7 RANGERS 3

GUELPH, Ont. — Brock McGinn had a hat trick as the Storm downed Kitchener.

Jason Dickinson scored and added three assists for Guelph (51-12-3), while Kerby Rychel and Scott Kosmachuk both had a goal and two assists. Robby Fabbri added a single and Matthew Mancina made 19 saves for the win.

Dominik Kubalik struck twice for the Rangers (22-41-3) and Jimmy Soper also scored. Matthew Greenfield stopped 46 shots.

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COLTS 7 FRONTENACS 5

KINGSTON, Ont. — Zach Hall scored and added two assists to lead Barrie past the Frontenacs.

Brendan Lemieux, Cordell James and Tyson Fawcett had a goal and an assist each for the Colts (35-28-3), while Andrew Mangiapane and Garrett Hooey also scored. Mackenzie Blackwood earned the win in net with 41 saves.

Lawson Crouse two goals and two assists for Kingston (37-23-6). Robert Polesello and Darcy Greenaway both scored and added three assists, while Evan McEneny had a goal. Lucas Peressini made 25 saves on 30 shots in 51:25 of work before being replaced by Matt Mahalak, who stopped six-of-seven shots.

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BULLS 6 PETES 2

BELLEVILLE, Ont. — Cameron Brace had a four-goal night to power the Bulls past Peterborough.

Scott Simmonds and Niki Petti also scored for the Petes (32-29-5), while Charlie Graham made 38 saves.

Josh MacDonald and Michael Clarke had goals for Belleville (22-38-6). Jason Da Silva stopped 27 shots for the Bulls.

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