The sixth time was the charm for the Ottawa 67's, at least when it comes to the shootout.
Defenceman Tyler Cuma scored the deciding goal in the shootout's sixth round as the Ottawa 67's beat the Niagara IceDogs 2-1 in Ontario Hockey League action Sunday afternoon.
Cuma beat Visentin with a nifty one-handed deke after all six Niagara shooters failed to score on Ottawa's Perugini and the first five Ottawa shooters all came up short.
"There's a couple of moves that I've kind of got up my sleeve," said Cuma. "I wasn't really looking for that one."
"I wanted to shoot low blocker and I saw that he was taking it away, he went down and I've got a nice long reach here so I pulled it back to the backhand and put it in one-handed."
Cuma has four assists so far this season.
Elsewhere in the OHL, it was Windsor 3 Brampton 2 (OT); Kingston 4 Sarnia 3; Guelph 3 Oshawa 2; London 3 Sault Ste. Marie 2.
At Ottawa, Thomas Nesbitt had a goal for Ottawa (7-10-5), while Chris Perugini stopped 36 shots.
Reggie Traccitto was the lone scorer for Niagara (8-12-4), while Mark Visentin finished with 28 saves.
Spitfires 3 Battalion 2 (OT)
At Brampton, Ont., Mark Cundari's overtime goal capped Windsor's come-from-behind win over Brampton.
Harry Young and Eric Wellwood also had goals for Windsor (19-3-3). Windsor has not lost in regulation time since Oct. 11, compiling a 13-0-2 record in that span.
Thomas Stajan and Ian Watters replied for Brampton (9-10-3).
Frontenacs 4 Sting 3
At Kingston, Ont., Nathan Moon had the game winner and an assist as the Frontenacs edged Sarnia.
Kaine Geldart had a goal and a helper for Kingston (11-11-2), while Steven Broek and Brian Lashoff also scored. Tyler Beskorowany made 31 saves.
Kale Kerbashian, Miroslav Preisinger, and Brett Appio all had singles for Sarnia (10-12-1), while goaltender Adam Courchaine stopped 34 shots.
Storm 3 Generals 2
At Oshawa, Ont., Cody McNaughton scored twice to lift Guelph over Oshawa.
Tyler Carroll scored the other goal for the Storm (11-9-1).
Conor Stokes and rookie Boone Jenner scored for Oshawa (8-12-2).
Knights 3 Greyhounds 2
At Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Jared Knight scored the game-winner early in the second period as London hung on for a victory over the Greyhounds.
Nazem Kadri and Justin Taylor also scored for the Knights (14-7-1), who snapped a three-game losing skid.
Vern Cooper and Jordan Nolan had a goal and an assist each for Sault Ste. Marie (10-11-2).