OTTAWA - Brian Kilrea added to his already impressive career win total on Friday night.
The Ottawa 67's, with Kilrea coaching for one night only to celebrate his 80th birthday, doubled up the Mississauga Steelheads 6-3 in Ontario Hockey League action.
Kilrea extends his lead as the Canadian Hockey League's all-time coaching leader with a total of 1,194 wins.
Travis Barron and Dante Salituro each scored twice for the 67's (3-5-0). Artur Tyanulin and Erik Bradford rounded out the attack.
Lucas Venuto had two goals for the Steelheads (4-2-0) with Josh Burnside also finding the back of the net.
Liam Herbst kicked out 33 shots in the win while Spencer Martin made 23 saves for Mississauga.
Ottawa was perfect on the power play, scoring on all three opportunities while the Steelheads went 1 for 2.
OTTERS 3 WOLVES 2
ERIE, Pa. ? Dylan Strome scored twice for the Otters in their win over Sudbury.
Patrick Fellows got his second goal of the year for Erie (7-0-1).
Austin Clapham and Danny Desrochers both chipped in with their first goals of the season for the Wolves (1-8-0).
FRONTENACS 6 WHALERS 4
KINGSTON, Ont. ? Robert Polesello had a goal and two assists to lead the Frontenacs over Plymouth.
Ryan Kujawinski, Samuel Schutt, Lawson Crouse, Conor McGlynn and Spencer Watson rounded out the Kingston (4-3-1) offence.
Danny Vanderwiel scored twice for the Whalers (3-4-1) while Cullen Mercer and Matt Mistele also found the back of the net.
STORM 3 ICEDOGS 2
GUELPH, Ont. ??? Tyler Bertuzzi struck twice for the Storm in their victory over Niagara.
Robby Fabbri had Guelph's (5-2-0) other goal.
Cody Payne and Aaron Haydon replied for the IceDogs (1-7-0) in the loss.
RANGERS 4 COLTS 3
KITCHENER, Ont. ??? Darby Llewellyn scored shorthanded at 12:25 of the third period as the Rangers rallied back to beat Barrie.
Nick Magyar, Curtis Meighan and Ryan MacInnis rounded out the attack for Kitchener (4-3-1).
Kevin Labanc, Justin Scott and Brendan Lemieux all had a goal for the Colts (5-3-1).
KNIGHTS 3 ATTACK 2 (OT)
LONDON, Ont. ??? Max Domi had his first goal of the season 2:46 into overtime to lead the Knights past Owen Sound.
Drake Rymsha and Matt Rupert both scored in regulation for London (4-5-0).
Ethan Szypula and Holden Cook responded for the Attack (4-2-3).
GENERALS 6 STING 4
OSHAWA, Ont. ??? Aidan Wallace had a goal and an assist as the Generals held off a third period surge by Sarnia.
Bradley Latour, Josh Sterk, Jacob Busch, Hunter Smith and Mitchell Vande Sompel rounded out the Oshawa (7-1-1) offence.
Anthony DeAngelo, Hayden Hodgson, Pavel Zacha and Nikita Korostelev all had third-period goals for the Sting (4-4-1).