After the Erie Otters dodged a bullet late in regulation Monday afternoon, Derek Holden made no mistake in the shootout.
Holden score the only goal of the shootout as Erie beat the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors 1-0 in Ontario Hockey League play.
The loss snapped the Majors' three-game winning streak.
Mississauga appeared to win the game in regulation when Devante Smith-Pelly beat Erie goalie Adam Courchaine with a wrist shot in the dying seconds of the third. But the goal was disallowed after the officials determined there was no time left on the clock.
Elsewhere in the OHL it was: London 3 Guelph 1; Kingston 5 Ottawa 3; Brampton 3 Oshawa 2; and Sarnia 6 Sudbury 2.
At Mississauga, Ont., Smith-Pelly, Jordan Mayer and William Wallen failed to score for the Majors (37-13-6) in the shootout.
Greg McKegg and Mike Cazzola were unable to do so for Erie (27-23-7).
Couchrane finished with 37 saves, while the Otters had 28 shots on Majors goalie Chris Carozzi, including a penalty shot with 10 seconds remaining in the second.
Both teams went 0-for-3 on the power play.
Knights 3 Storm 1
At Guelph, Ont., Leigh Salters and Justin Taylor scored power-play goals to lead London over the Storm.
Salters and Taylor scored first-period goals to earn the Knights a 2-0 lead heading into the second. London finished 2-for-6 with the man advantage.
Michael D'Orazio had the other goal for London (41-14-2). Michael Hutchinson stopped 14 shots.
Conor O'Donnell had the lone goal for Guelph (25-27-4). Brandon Foote turned aside 20 shots.
Frontenacs 5 67's 3
At Kingston, Ont., Michael Fine scored two goals as the Frontenacs topped Ottawa.
Mitch Lebar, Zach Hamden and Joe Pleckaitis had the other goals for Kingston (27-25-4).
Tyler Beskorowany earned the win in goal, stopping 30 shots.
Corey Corwick, Thomas Nesbitt and Cody Lindsay replied for Ottawa (29-21-7). Chris Perugini made 29 saves.
Battalion 3 Generals 2
At Brampton, Ont., Stephon Thorne scored the game-winner as the Battalion knocked off Oshawa.
Thorne's goal was his 11th of the season and it came near the midway point of the third period, breaking a 2-2 tie.
Sean Jones and Matt Clark also scored for Brampton, while Battalion goalie Patrick Killeen made 20 saves for the win. The team improved its record to 21-23-12.
Andy Andreoff and Jeff Hayes scored for the Generals, who have now lost eight straight games and sit with a record of 21-30-5.
Sting 6 Wolves 2
At Sarnia, Tyler Peters had two goals and three assists to lead the Sting over Sudbury.
Sarnia (15-38-4) cemented the victory by outscoring the Wolves 5-1 in the third period.
Jesse Stoughton had two goals and Zack MacQueen and Brett Ritchie had the others for the Sting. Shayne Campbell stopped 38 shots on goal.
Eric O'Dell and Ben Chiarot scored for Sudbury (21-30-5).