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Sarnia upsets the Colts 5-2 on the strength of DiBenedetto's four-point night @NHLdotcom

SARNIA, Ont. - Justin DiBenedetto had a goal and three assists as the Sarnia Sting built a four-goal lead and cruised to a 5-2 win against the Barrie Colts on Saturday night in the Ontario Hockey League.

DiBenedetto's goal came on the power play less than a minute into the second period, one of three power-play goals scored by the Sting, who led 4-0 after the second period.

Barrie scored twice in the final 20 minutes before Jamie Arniel scored his second goal of the game to seal the deal for Sarnia (5-6-0-1).

Steve Ferry and Mark Katic also scored for the Sting, who are on a three-game winning streak. Alex Hutchings and Stefan Della Rovere answered for the Colts (6-4-1-0).

Matt Hache stopped 29 shots to earn the win, while Barrie's netminding duty was split between Michael Hutchinson, who made 11 saves, and Peter DiSalvo, who made 23.

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