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O'Dell and Leitans-Rinke both score twice as Sudbury beats Oshawa 7-4 @NHLdotcom

OSHAWA, Ont. - Eric O'Dell and Eddy Leitans-Rinke both scored twice as part of a five-goal second period, leading the Sudbury Wolves to a 7-4 win over the Oshawa Generals in Ontario Hockey League play Sunday night.

O'Dell, originally a draft pick of the Generals, also had an assist in the game, as the Wolves bounced back from a 7-0 loss the night before in Belleville.

John Kurtz, John McFarland and Kain Allicock also scored for the Wolves (17-20-5), while Marcus Foligno had three assists.

Andy Andreoff, Jeff Hayes, Boone Jenner and Scott Valentine replied for the Generals (18-20-4), who trailed 6-1 through two periods.

Alain Valiquette, making his sixth straight start in net for the Wolves, stopped 38 shots.

Kevin Bailie started and finished the game in goal for the Generals, but was pulled for a 4:53 stretch of the second period for Michael Zador.

Bailie stopped 22 of 27 shots, while Zador allowed two goals on just four shots.

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