NORTH BAY, Ont. - Robby Fabbri scored his thrid goal of the game at 4:46 of overtime to lift the Guelph Storm over the North Bay Battalion 5-4 in Ontario Hockey League action on Thursday.
Fabbri, a first-round pick of the St. Louis Blues in the 2014 NHL draft, also added an assist for a four-point night.
Jason Dickinson and Tyler Boston had a goal and a helper apiece to round out the offence for the Storm (13-9-1), who won their third straight game.
Mike Amadio scored one goal and assisted on two more for the Battalion (12-5-5). Ray Huether, Mike Baird and Brenden Miller also scored.
Guelph goaltender Justin Nichols stopped 39 shots to pick up the win. North Bay's Jake Smith made 21 saves in the losing effort.
The Storm were 1 for 5 on the power play while the Battalion had one goal through six opportunities with the man advantage.
ICEDOGS 9 BULLS 2
ST. CATHARINES, Ont. ? Graham Knott scored two goals and assisted on one more to lead Niagara's rout over Belleville.
Vince Dunn had a goal and two assists, Anthony DiFruscia, Carter Verhaeghe and Josh Ho-Sang had a goal and an assist apiece, and Jordan Maletta, Ryan Mantha and Aaron Haydon also scored for the IceDogs (7-16-0).
Michael Cramarossa and Niki Petti replied for the Bulls (12-11-2), who have dropped six straight.
PETES 3 RANGERS 1
PETERBOROUGH, Ont. ??? Steven Lorentz had two consecutive goals in the third period to lead the Petes over Kitchener.
Nick Ritchie added an empty netter with nine seconds to go for Peterborough (8-11-3), which trailed 1-0 heading into the final period.
Mike Davies opened the scoring for the Rangers (12-5-6), finding the back of the net at 11:03 of the second period.
OTTERS 5 STEELHEADS 1
ERIE, Pa. ??? Daniel Dekoning made 23 saves and the Otters got goals from five different skaters while toppling the Steelheads.
Kyle Pettit, Taylor Raddysh, Dylan Strome, Kurtis MacDermid and Trent Fox all scored for Erie (20-3-1), which outshot Mississauga 35-24 to pick up its fourth straight victory.
Everett Clark had the lone goal for the Steelheads (9-12-1), and Spencer Martin stopped all nine shots he faced in relief of Cameron Zanussi, who allowed five goals on 29 shots through the first two periods.