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OHL Roundup: Harper has four-point night as Bulldogs edge Generals @NHL

HAMILTON - Stephen Harper was all over the ice on Saturday night.

He contributed on all of Hamilton's goals, scoring twice and adding two assists, as the Bulldogs edged the Oshawa Generals 4-3 in Ontario Hockey League action.

Trent Fox and Christian Mieritz rounded out the attack for Hamilton (1-1-0). Charlie Graham turned away 29 shots for the win in goal.

Lukas Lofquist had two goals and an assist for the Generals (1-1-0) with Anthony Cirelli adding the other. Jeremy Brodeur kicked out 32 shots in net.

The Bulldogs scored once on five power plays while Oshawa converted twice on seven opportunities.



LONDON, Ont. ? Juho Lammikko had the shootout winner and scored in regulation as Kingston slipped past the Knights.

Jared Steege struck twice for the Frontenacs (1-0-1) while Ryan Cranford and Spencer Watson also chipped in.

Matthew Tkachuk had a goal and two assists for London (1-0-1). Olli Juolevi, Owen MacDonald, Kole Sherwood and JJ Piccinich supplied the rest of the offence.



SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. ??? Tim Gettinger struck twice as the Greyhounds downed Niagara.

Boris Katchouk had the other for Sault Ste. Marie (1-0-1) on the power play.

Anthony DiFruscia opened the scoring for the IceDogs (1-1-0) in the second period.

Niagara's Matt Gillard received a major penalty and game misconduct for cross checking at 13:06 of the third period. Teammate Zach Wilkie was assessed a match penalty for slew footing at 15:24 of the second period.



FLINT, Mich. ??? Matyas Kantner scored the shootout winner as the Firebirds won their inaugural home opener over Saginaw.

Mathieu Henderson and Connor Chatham had the others for Flint (2-0-0).

Mitchell Stephens and Matthew Kreis found the back of the net for the Spirit (0-1-1).



OWEN SOUND, Ont. ??? Michael McNiven stopped all 30 shots he faced as the Attack blanked Guelph.

Jaden Lindo had the winner at 3:44 of overtime for Owen Sound (2-0-0).

Justin Nichols turned away 45 shots in net for the Storm (0-1-1).

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