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OHL Roundup: Steven Lorentz has four points as Petes get past 67's 5-2 @NHLdotcom

OTTAWA - Steven Lorentz had a four-point night ? including two goals ? as the Peterborough Petes got past the Ottawa 67's 5-2 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League play.

Greg Betzold, Josh Maguire and Michael Clarke also found the back of the net for the Petes (19-24-5). Matthew Mancina turned away 31 shots for the win, as Peterborough snapped a two-game slide.

Dante Salituro opened the scoring on the power play for Ottawa (26-20-3). Brendan Bell added the other. Leo Lazarev started in goal for the 67's, stopping 14-of-17 shots in 30:36. Liam Herbst entered in relief and made four saves in 27:05.

The Petes scored three times on four power-play chances while Ottawa was 1 for 4.



ERIE, Pa. ? Zachary Senyshyn scored his first of two goals to open the game as Sault Ste. Marie dominated the Otters.

Anthony DeAngelo had a goal and three assists for the Greyhounds (38-10-2). Colton White, Michael Bunting and Sergey Tolchinsky also chipped in.

Nicholas Baptiste scored on the power play in the first period for Erie (35-11-3), which had a two-game winning streak snapped.



KINGSTON, Ont. ??? Trent Fox scored Belleville's second goal of the third period and it stood as the winner as the Bulls edged the Frontenacs.

Brett Welychka also had a goal in the third for Belleville (21-23-6). Jake Bricknell and Jordan Subban supplied the rest of the offence as Belleville overcame a 3-0 deficit to start the game.

Lawson Crouse, Samuel Schutt and Evan McEneny opened the scoring for Kingston (19-21-8).



SAGINAW, Mich. ??? Dylan Sadowy scored twice ??? including the winner ??? as the Spirit came back to beat Owen Sound.

Connor Brown and Arten Artemov supplied the rest of the Saginaw (23-23-3) offence.

Zach Nastasiuk struck twice for the Attack (22-17-9), with Justin Brack adding the other.



GUELPH, Ont. ??? Travis Wood scored the game-winning goal in the third period as Sudbury ended an 18-game losing streak by slipping past the Storm.

Jacob Harris, Ivan Kashtanov and Brody Silk also chipped in for the Wolves (8-39-2).

Phil Baltisberger and Noah Carrol started the scoring for Guelph (28-19-4). Tyler Bertuzzi added the other.



KITCHENER, Ont. ??? Brandon Robinson scored the winner in the third period as the Rangers edged Sarnia.

Nick Magyar and Darby Llewellyn had goals in the second period for Kitchener (24-16-9).

Alexandre Renaud started the scoring in the first period for the Sting (24-20-6). Jakob Chychrun scored on the power play in the third.



LONDON, Ont. ??? Carter Verhaeghe scored the first of three goals in the second period as Niagara got past the Knights.

Ryan Mantha and Aaron Haydon also scored in the second for the IceDogs (23-23-4). Brendan Perlini opened the scoring 31 seconds into the first.

Matt Rupert replied on the power play in the third period for London (30-17-3), which lost its third straight.



MISSISSAUGA, Ont. ??? Joseph Blandisi and Brendan Lemieux each had a pair of goals as Barrie held on to beat the Steelheads.

Justin Scott added the other for the Colts (31-17-2), who won their third straight. Barrie outshot its opponent 25-8 in the first period.

Sam Babintsev struck twice in a four-goal third period for Mississauga (20-27-3). Bryson Cianfrone and Michael McLeod also chipped in while Jimmy Lodge added three assists.



OSHAWA, Ont. ????????? Matt Mistele had a pair of goals ????????? including one of the power play ????????? as the Generals beat Windsor.

Aidan Wallace, Brent Pedersen and Hunter Smith also found the back of the net for Oshawa (39-7-4).

Logan Brown and Sam Povorozniouk scored for the Spitfires (21-27-2).


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