LONDON, Ont. - Petr Mrazek stopped 39 shots, and Cody Ceci scored with less than six minutes left to help the Ottawa 67's to a 2-1 win Saturday over the London Knights in OHL action.
London (45-15-1) would have clinched first place in the MidWest Division with a win.
Defenceman Brett Cook opened the scoring for the Knights by ripping a shot past Mrazek 5:43 into the first period.
Ottawa's Tyler Toffoli tied the game in the second period just moments after a Knights power-play ended, with his league-leading 47th goal at 1:54.
Ottawa winger Shane Prince had his 21-game point streak end. The longest point streak in the OHL this season included 22 goals and 18 assists since Jan. 7.
The 67's (38-16-7) had already clinched the East Division title, but with Niagara also winning Saturday, Ottawa remains two points behind the Eastern Conference leaders.