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Lindsay has shootout winner as Ottawa 67's down London Knights 3-2 @NHLdotcom

Practice makes perfect for the Ottawa 67's and Cody Lindsay.

Lindsay was the only scorer in the shootout as Ottawa defeated the London Knights 3-2 in Ontario Hockey League action Sunday afternoon.

Ottawa lost to the Peterborough Petes 4-3 in the shootout Friday night.

"We played well and had some great shifts Friday, but we also had a couple of bad ones that cost us," said 67's coach Chris Byrne. "It was nice to see us put a complete game together today."

Lindsay showed patience in the shootout Sunday, waiting for goaltender Michael Hutchinson to open his legs before sliding the puck past the goaltender.

Elsewhere in the OHL it was Brampton 5 Sarnia 2; Guelph 8 Sudbury 3; Mississauga 2 Owen Sound 1 (OT); Ottawa 3 London 2 (SO); Barrie 3 Saginaw 2; and Oshawa 6 Kingston 5 (SO).

At Ottawa, Julien Demers and Anthony Nigro had goals for Ottawa (22-17-7) and Petr Mrazek made 32 saves.

Nazem Kadri and Michael MacDonald both scored for the Knights (31-11-2), while Michael Hutchinson made 40 saves.


Battalion 5 Sting 2

At Brampton, Ont., Ken Peroff had the winner as the Battalion skated to a win over Sarnia.

Sam Carrick scored twice for Brampton (15-20-9), while Sean Jones and Matt McLeod also tallied.

Brandon Francisco and Kale Kerbashian replied for the Sting (14-29-3).


Storm 8 Wolves 3

At Guelph, Ont., Peter Holland scored four times to lead the Storm as they thrashed Sudbury.

Taylor Beck had two goals and three assists for Guelph (17-23-3), while Sam Lofquist and Tyler Carroll added singles.

John Kurtz had a goal and an assist for Sudbury (19-21-5), while Eddy Leitans-Rinke and Nick Trecapelli had markers.


Majors 2 Attack 1 (OT)

At Mississauga, Ont., Jordan Mayer's overtime goal lifted the Majors to a victory over Owen Sound.

Kelly Geoffrey had scored in regulation for Mississauga (31-8-5).

Garrett Wilson had a power-play marker for Owen Sound (20-21-6).


Colts 3 Spirit 2

At Saginaw, Mich., Alex Hutchings scored twice to lift Barrie over the Spirit.

Taylor Carnevale also had a goal for Barrie (36-6-1).

Michael Sgarbossa and Tyler Murovich replied for Saginaw (22-17-5).


Generals 6 Frontenacs 5 (SO)

As Oshawa, Ont., Calvin de Haan scored the shootout winner as the Generals toppled Kingston.

Andrew Wilson, Thomas, Daniel Pachis, Jeff Brown and Tony DeHart scored in regulation for Oshawa (19-21-5).

Defenceman Taylor Dorherty had a hat trick for Kingston (20-22-3), while Charles Sarault and Mitch Lebar added the other markers.

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