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OHL Roundup: London Knights score four straight for fourth win in a row @NHL

The London Knights took advantage of a struggling Sarnia squad for their fourth straight win.

The Knights scored four unanswered goals to cruise past the Sting 4-1 in Ontario Hockey League play Thursday.

Christian Dvorak, Tait Seguin, Brett Welychka and Ryan Rupert each scored for the Knights (6-1-0), and Anthony Stolarz stopped 21 shots.

Nickolas Latta gave the Sting (1-6-1) a 1-0 lead in the first period while goaltender Taylor Dupuis allowed three goals on 29 shots.



PETERBOROUGH, Ont. ? Brandon Devlin scored twice, including once in overtime, to lift the Petes past Sudbury.

Chase Hatcher and Jonatan Tanus also scored for the Petes (4-3-1) and Andrew D'Agostini made 40 saves.

Dominik Kubalik tied the game with a pair of third-period goals for Sudbury (3-1-3) and Mathew Campagna added a single.

Franky Palazzese stopped 41-of-45 shots for the Wolves.



WINDSOR, Ont. ??? The Spitfires overcame an early 2-0 deficit to beat Belleville.

Brady Vail scored twice for the Spitfires (4-3-0), and Nick Ebert and Kerby Rychel added singles.

Garrett Hooey and Brendan Gaunce gave the Bulls (1-5-2) a lead just 3:51 into the game.

Spitfires goaltender Dalen Kuchmey was pulled after allowing both goals on three shots, but his replacement Jordan DeKort made 19 saves. Bulls goalie Charlie Graham stopped 41 shots.



BARRIE, Ont. ??? Scott Laughton's short-handed goal in the third-period was the winner for Oshawa.

Cole Cassels also scored for the Generals (6-2-0).

Kevin Labanc gave the Colts (3-3-1) a 1-0 lead 6:29 into the first.

Oshawa goaltender Daniel Altshuller and Barrie goalie Mackenzie Blackwood each stopped 24 shots.



ST. CATHARINES, Ont. ??? Brendan Perlini had a hat trick as the IceDogs cooled off the Attack.

Carter Verhaeghe scored twice for Niagara (3-4-1), and Graham Knott and Jordan Maletta added singles.

Gilbert Gabor and Jaden Lindo replied for Owen Sound (3-5-1).

Christopher Festarini made 32 saves for the IceDogs, while Attack starter Jack Flinn was pulled after allowing three goals on six shots. He was replaced by Brandon Hope, who stopped 22 shots.

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