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Peterborough Petes goaltender Trevor Cann did everything but score the winning goal against the Mississauga-St. Michael's Majors.

Cann stopped 39 shots en route to his first shutout of the season as the Petes won their second game in as many nights, a 1-0 victory that also ended Mississauga's four-game winning streak in Ontario Hockey League action Friday night.

"Given our record this year, we needed the last couple of wins," said the 19-year-old netminder. "That was enough motivation for me. They (the Majors) had quite a few chances but it's my job to stop them."

Tony Romano scored the only goal of the game, a second-period power-play goal for Peterborough (4-6-0-0). Romano came out from the corner with the puck, skated into the slot and beat rookie netminder JP Anderson with a 15-foot wrist shot. It was his third goal of the season.

Elsewhere in the OHL, it was: Sault Ste. Marie 7, Brampton 1; Saginaw 7, Kingston 3; Guelph 4, Niagara 3 (SO); Kitchener 7, Owen Sound 6; London 4, Plymouth 1; Ottawa 6, Belleville 3; Windsor 4, Sarnia 3; Barrie 3, Sudbury 0; and Oshawa 6, Erie 2.

At Mississauga, Ont., the St. Michael's Majors (4-2-0-0) had not lost since their first game of the season, a 3-1 loss to the Barrie Colts on September 18th.

Anderson, making his third start of the season, made 21 saves for Mississauga.


Greyhounds 7, Battalion 1

At Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Matt Caria led the way with a goal and three assists as the Greyhounds trounced Brampton.

Tomas Rachunek, Matthew Lyall, Anthony Peluso, Jake Carrick, Michael Fine and James Livingston also scored for Sault Ste. Marie (5-2-1-0).

Scott Tanski had the lone marker for the Battalion (2-5-0-0).


Spirit 7, Frontenacs 3

At Saginaw, Mich., Adam Comrie scored once and added three assists as the Spirit cruised to victory over Kingston.

Jordan Szwarz scored a pair, while Ken Allicock, Jordan Skellett, Joe Pleckaitis and Chris Chappell rounded out the scoring for Saginaw (4-3-0-0).

Bobby Magnardi, Stephen Francella and Andris Dzerins countered for the Frontenacs (1-5-1-0).


Storm 4, IceDogs 3 (SO)

At Guelph, Ont., Anthony Nigro and Peter Holland scored shootout goals as the Storm beat Niagara to collect their first win in four games.

Ben Chiarot, Matt Kennedy and Cody McNaughton scored in regulation for Guelph (6-2-0-1).

Matt Piva, Freddie Hamilton and Chris DeSousa replied for the IceDogs (2-3-1-3).


Rangers 7, Attack 6

At Kitchener, Ont., Brandon Mashinter had a hat trick as the Rangers outlasted Owen Sound.

Scott Timmins and Kevin Hudes each scored a pair for Kitchener (4-2-0-1).

Joey Hishon netted three for the Attack (2-4-1-0), while Garrett Wilson, Steven Shipley and Marcus Carroll also scored.


Knights 4, Whalers 1

At London, Ont., Phil Varone scored the winner and added an insurance as the Knights peppered Plymouth with 49 shots for the victory.

Matt Clarke and Christian Thomas also scored for London (5-3-0-0).

Chris Perry scored the only goal for the Whalers (3-4-0-0).


67's 6, Bulls 3

At Ottawa, Logan Couture scored twice to help lead the 67's past Belleville.

Tyler Toffoli, Michael Latta, Sean Ryan and Thomas Kiriakou scored the other goals for the 67's (5-4-0-0).

Shawn Lalonde, Eric Tangradi and P.K. Subban scored for the Bulls (6-2-0-0).


Spitfires 4, Sting 3

At Sarnia, Ont., Andrew Yogan's third-period goal turned out to be the winner as Windsor held on to beat the Sting.

Taylor Hall, Jacob Lalonde and Mark Cundari also scored for the Spitfires (8-1-0-0).

Daniel Lombardi scored and Matt Martin added a pair for Sarnia (2-5-0-1).


Colts 3, Wolves 0

At Sudbury, Ont., Peter Di Salvo stopped 32 shots for his second shutout of the season as Barrie blanked the Wolves.

Ryan Gottschalk, Alex Hutchings and Mitch Lebar scored for the Colts (4-1-1-0).

Andrew Loverock made 28 saves for Sudbury (3-1-0-1).


Generals 6, Otters 2

At Oshawa, Ont., John Tavares scored twice to maintain his OHL scoring lead and help the Generals defeat Erie.

Alexander Denezhkin, Brett Parnham, Taylor Carnevale and Shea Kewin also scored for Oshawa (5-4-0-0).

Sean Jones and Luke Gadzic scored for the Otters (2-5-1-0).

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