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OHL Roundup: London Knights crush Guelph Storm 11-1 for seventh straight win

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LONDON, Ont. - Michael Giugovaz stopped 44 shots and four different players scored twice for London as the Knights hammered the visiting Guelph Storm 11-1 on Thursday in Ontario Hockey League action.

Christian Dvorak, Matt Rupert, Owen MacDonald and Michael McCarron had a pair of goals apiece for the Knights (11-6-0), who extended their win streak to seven games, while Dvorak and Rupert tacked on three assists each for five-point outings.

Mitchell Marner scored once and set up three more for London as Tait Seguin and Aaron Berisha added the others.

Chadd Baumann scored the lone goal for the Storm (8-6-1).

Justin Nicholls started in net for Guelph but was pulled after allowing four goals on 17 shots in 30:35 of play. Bradley VanSchubert stopped just 10-of-17 shots in relief.

The Knights went 2 for 3 on the power play while the Storm failed to score on two chances with the man advantage.

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ICEDOGS 5 OTTERS 2

St. Catharines, Ont. ? Brent Moran stopped 38 shots as Niagara handed Erie its first regulation-time loss of the season.

Blake Siebenaler, Graham Knott, Cody Payne, Johnny Corneil and Hayden McCool supplied the offence for the IceDogs (3-13-0).

Kyle Petit and Kurtis MacDermid scored for the Otters (13-1-1) while Connor McDavid failed to pick up a point for the first time this season.

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PETES 2 BATTALION 1

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. ??? Matthew Mancina stopped 44 shots and Stephen Nosad broke a 1-1 deadlock with six seconds remaining in regulation as the Petes slipped past North Bay.

Nick Ritchie also scored for Peterborough (5-6-3), which won its third game in a row.

Brenden Miller scored for the Battalion (8-3-4) while Jake Smith made 31 saves in defeat.

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SPITFIRES 4 ATTACK 2

WINDSOR, Ont. ??? Alex Fotinos kicked out 28 shots as the Spitfires doubled up Owen Sound.

Trevor Murphy, Jamie Lewis, Aaron Luchuk and Cristiano DiGiacinto found the back of the net for Windsor (6-8-1).

Zach Nastasiuk had a pair of goals for the Attack (8-4-4), who got a 24-save outing from Jack Flinn.

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