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Greyhound scorers come through in the shootout to beat Kitchener @NHLdotcom

KITCHENER, Ont. - The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds have the perfect shootout strategy: don't miss.

All three Greyhounds shooters scored in the tiebreaker to send the Kitchener Rangers packing 3-2 in Ontario Hockey League action Friday night. Sault Ste. Marie held a 2-0 lead late in the third period, but watched it slip away as Brandon Mashinter scored twice for Kitchener in less than a minute - his second goal coming with only 26 seconds left - to tie things up.

Mashinter's goals spoiled Greyhounds goalie Bryce O'Hagan's shutout bid. O'Hagan ended the game with 23 saves for Sault Ste. Marie (4-1-1-0). Parker Van Buskirk stopped 24 shots for the Rangers (1-2-0-1).

Jordan Carroll and Michael Fine notched goals for the Greyhounds, who are only three points behind the undefeated Windsor Spitfires in the West Division.

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