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OHL Roundup: A look at Saturday's games @NHLdotcom

The London Knights are back atop the Ontario Hockey League standings.

Seven different player's scored for London, including Dane Fox who also had three assists, as the Knights crushed the Erie Otters 7-2 on Saturday.

Scott Harrington, Vladislav Namestnikov, Matt Rupert, Ryan Rupert, Josh Anderson and Andreas Athanasiou also scored for the Knights (19-5-1).

Connor Brown and Luke Cairns responded for the Otters (3-22-0).

Michael Houser made 10 saves for the win while Tyson Teichmann turned aside 33 shots in defeat.

London went 1-for-4 on the power play as Erie failed to score on either of their two opportunities with the man advantage.

Elsewhere in the OHL, it was: Niagara 4, Sarnia 2; Saginaw 4, Peterborough 3; Sudbury 6, Barrie 5; Guelph 4, Plymouth 1; Owen Sound 5 Sault Ste. Marie 2.

At Erie, Pa., Harrington scored 45 seconds into the game to give the Knights a quick 1-0 lead.

Cairns responded for the Otters at 8:26 and three minutes later Brown would score short handed giving Erie a 2-1 lead after 20 minutes of play.

Unfortunately for the Otters, Fox tied the game six minutes into the second period.

Athanasiou and Matt Rupert followed that up to make it 4-2 London heading into the third period.

Namestnikov added to the lead 59 seconds into the third before Ryan Rupert scored at 3:07.

Anderson added one more at 8:12 to make it 7-2 for London.


IceDogs 4 Sting 2

At Sarnia, Ont., David Pacan scored two goals as Niagara (14-10-2) defeated the Sting (15-5-5).


Spirit 4 Petes 3

At Saginaw, Mich., Tadeas Galansky stopped 38 of 41 shots, leading the Spirit (10-15-2) past Peterborough (14-8-3).


Wolves 6 Colts 5

At Barrie, Ont., Michael Sgarbossa had a goal and two assists to lead Sudbury (12-10-1) past the Colts (13-9-3).


Storm 4 Whalers 1

At Guelph, Ont. Scott Kosmachuk and Tanner Richard each scored twice as the Storm (11-9-4) defeated Plymouth (17-8-3).


Attack 5 Greyhounds 2

At Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Mike Halmo and Joseph Blandisi each scored twice as Owen Sound (13-11-4) beat the Greyhounds (14-11-1).

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