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Bryan Cameron and the Barrie Colts continue to dominate Ontario Hockey League's Central Division.

Bryan Cameron scored three goals and Mavric Parks posted his second shutout of the season as the Barrie Colts triumphed over the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors 4-0 Friday night.

Cameron, a native of Brampton, Ont., put the Colts ahead 1-0 with a power-play goal late in the first period. He completed the hat trick with an unassisted marker and another power-play goal less than three minutes apart in the final period to raise his goal total to 36 on the season.

"We're a good team overall," said Cameron after the Colts moved 10 points ahead of the second-place Majors in the Central Division standings. "We're pretty strong up front and every game, it always seems that different lines step up.

"We knew this game wasn't going to be easy," continued Cameron. "We put in a lot of work and we were able to sneak a few past their goalie."

Parks, acquired by the Colts in a trade with Kitchener on Jan. 11, stopped 23 shots for his first shutout since joining Barrie.

Elsewhere in the OHL it was Erie 2 Niagara 1 (SO); Windsor 7 London 3; Plymouth 2 Brampton 1 (OT); Guelph 6 Owen Sound 1; Kingston 4 Peterborough 1; Ottawa 6 Oshawa 0; Saginaw 7 Sarnia 2; and Kitchener 5 Sudbury 2.

At Mississauga, Ont., Alexander Burmistrov scored the other goal for Barrie (40-7-1).

Chris Carrozzi started in goal for Mississauga (33-11-5), but was lifted early in the third period after stopping 15 of 18 shots. JP Anderson came on in relief of Carrozzi and made two saves.


Otters 2 IceDogs 1 (SO)

At Erie, Pa., Derek Holden scored on the Otters' final attempt to seal the Otters' win over Niagara.

Greg McKegg scored for Erie (22-21-7).

Reggie Traccitto replied for the IceDogs (17-27-6).


Spitfires 7 Knights 3

At London, Ont., Taylor Hall scored twice and added two assists as Windsor flew to a win over the Knights.

Scott Timmins had two goals and an assists for the Spitfires (39-7-5), while Cam Fowler, Justin Shugg and Eric Wellwood had markers.

Nazem Kadri had a goal and two assists to lead London (35-11-2), while Daniel Erlich and Chris DeSousa also scored.


Whalers 2 Battalion 1 (OT)

At Plymouth, Mich., Phil McRae's goal 39 seconds into overtime gave the Whalers a win over Brampton.

Tyler Seguin's OHL-best 36th goal of the year gave Plymouth (29-20-1) a 1-0 lead in the final minute of the second period.

Stephon Thorne evened the game at 7:22 of the third period for the Battalion (17-21-10).


Storm 6 Attack 1

At Guelph, Ont., Peter Holland had a hat trick and an assist as the Storm whipped Owen Sound.

Tyler Carroll, Adam Comrie and Mathew Sisca also scored for Guelph (21-24-3).

Garrett Wilson was the lone scorer for the Attack (22-23-6).


Frontenacs 4 Petes 1

At Kingston, Ont., Joe Pleckaitis scored twice and added an assist as the Frontenacs prevailed over Peterborough.

Taylor Doherty and Michael Farrell added singles for Kingston (22-23-4).

Joey West had a short-handed goal for the Petes (23-25-3).


67's 6 Generals 0

At Ottawa, Chris Perugini made 22 saves as the 67's blanked Oshawa.

Cody Lindsay had a hat trick for Ottawa (25-17-7), while Jon Carnevale, Anthony Nigro and Corey Cowick also scored.

Michael Zador started in net for the Generals (21-23-5) stopping six of nine shots. He gave way to Kevin Bailie who made 33 saves.


Spirit 7 Sting 2

At Sarnia, Ont., Captain Tyler Murovich and Ryan O'Connor both scored a pair of goals as Saginaw defeated the Sting.

Jordan Szwarz, Michael Kantor and Josh Shalla had markers for the Spirit (23-21-5).

Braden Kavaratzis and Craig Hottot replied for Sarnia (14-33-3).


Rangers 5 Wolves 2

At Sudbury, Ont., Jason Akeson scored twice to lead Kitchener past the Wolves.

Jeff Skinner had a goal and an assist for the Rangers (32-14-4), while Julian Cimadamore and Tyler Randell also found the back of the net.

Matias Sointu and Marcus Foligno supplied the offence for Sudbury (20-25-5).

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