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Bulls win third straight to force Game 7 of OHL final against Kitchener @NHLdotcom

BELLEVILLE, Ont. - The Belleville Bulls scored three unanswered goals in the third period to beat the Kitchener Rangers 6-3 on Saturday night and push the Ontario Hockey League final to the limit.

The Rangers had led the series 3-0, but it's now tied 3-3 after three straight Bulls wins, with Game 7 set for Monday night in Kitchener.

The Bulls got two goals from captain Matt Beleskey, including an empty-netter, before a crowd of 3,707 at Yardmen Arena.

The are attempting to become only the third team in OHL history to rally from a 3-0 deficit to win a best-of-seven series. The 2005 Windsor Spitfires and 1988 Ottawa 67's previously turned the trick.

Justin Azevedo scored twice for Kitchener in a losing cause.

Both teams go to the Memorial Cup starting Friday night in Kitchener but only one will enter the tourney as OHL champs.

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