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OHL Roundup: Strome, DeBrincat lead Otters over Petes in shootout @NHLdotcom

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. - Dylan Strome and Alex DeBrincat scored in a shootout to lift the undefeated Erie Otters to a 4-3 victory over the Peterborough Petes on Thursday in Ontario Hockey League action.

DeBrincat had a goal and an assist in regulation time for Erie (7-0-0), and Taylor Raddysh and Patrick Fellows supplied the rest of the offence.

Greg Betzold, Matthew Timms and Adam Timleck, on a power play, scored for the Petes (5-3-1).

Otters goaltender Devin Williams made 27 saves through regulation and overtime and stopped both shots he faced in the shootout.

Peterborough's Matthew Mancina stopped 45 shots in the losing effort.



NORTH BAY, Ont. ? Zach Bratina had a hat trick and an assist to propel the Battalion past Oshawa.

Mike Amadio and Mark Shoemaker scored had short-handed goals for North Bay (4-3-0). Amadio also added two helpers.

Lukas Lofquist supplied the offence for the Generals (4-4-1).



ST. CATHARINES, Ont. ? Adam Laishram scored 2:36 into overtime as Hamilton edged the IceDogs.

Stephen Harper, Jesse Saban and Trent Fox, shorthanded, had goals in regulation time for the Bulldogs (3-4-0).

Jordan Maletta, Matt Gillard and Josh Ho-Sang replied for Niagara (2-5-1).



WINDSOR, Ont. ??? Austen Keating scored his second goal of the game 2:03 into overtime to lead Ottawa over the Spitfires.

Sam Studnicka and Dante Salituro had regulation-time goals for the 67's (5-3-0).

Cristiano DiGiacinto had goal and an assist and Hayden McCool and Daniel Beaudoin supplied the rest of the Windsor (5-1-2) offence.



BARRIE, Ont. ??? Mackenzie Blackwood made 32 saves and Justin Scott had the deciding goal as the Colts trampelled Owen Sound.

Cordell James also scored for Barrie (5-3-0).

Liam Dunda had the lone goal for the Attack (4-3-1), and Michael McNiven stopped 38 shots.


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