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Saturday's OHL Roundup @NHL

The Barrie Colts are making their case for the Ontario Hockey League's Central Division lead.

Bryan Cameron scored twice as the Barrie Colts doubled up on the Saginaw Spirit in Ontario Hockey League action Saturday night. Barrie has now won 10 consecutive games, and are 12-0-1 in their last 13. Only the league-leading Windsor Spitfires have been hotter.

This streak has put them within one point of the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors, who currently lead the Central Division.

Mississauga has gone 8-0-2 in their last 10 games. The two teams next meet Friday Nov. 27.

Elsewhere in the OHL it was Peterborough 3 Niagara 2; Belleville 3 Plymouth 1 ; Mississauga 5 Sudbury 1; Owen Sound 3 Erie 2; and Sault Ste. Marie 2 Sarnia 0.

At Barrie, Ont., Ryan Strome and Alex Hutchings also had goals for the Colts (19-4-1).

Michael Sgarbossa and Ivan Telegin tallied for Saginaw (15-8-2).


Petes 3 IceDogs 2

At St. Catharines, Ont., Jamie Doornbosch scored the winner on the power play as Peterborough edged Niagara.

Joey West and Zack Kassian also had goals for the Petes (13-13-0).

Matt Petgrave and Matt Baldassarra tallied for Niagara (8-14-4).


Bulls 3 Whalers 1

At Belleville, Ont., Shawn Lalonde scored the winner and added an assist as the Bulls defeated Plymouth.

Luke Judson and Kyle DeCoste also had goals for Belleville (9-13-4).

Joe Gaynor had the only tally for Plymouth (13-11-0).


Majors 5 Wolves 1

At Sudbury, Ont., Rob Flick had a pair of goals as Mississauga drummed the Wolves.

Cameron Gaunce, Kelly Geoffrey, and Joseph Cramarossa also scored for the Majors (19-4-2).

Kyle Tarini was the only scorer for Sudbury (9-14-2).


Attack 3 Otters 1

At Owen Sound, Ont., Mike Halmo had the winner and an assist as the Attack beat Erie.

Garrett Wilson and Jason Wilson also scored for Owen Sound (9-14-3).

Greg McKegg was the lone scorer for Erie (9-11-4)


Greyhounds 2 Sting 0

At Sarnia, Ont., Robin Lehner made 25 saves as Sault Ste. Marie blanked Sarnia.

Brett Thompson and Daniel Catenacci provided all the offence the Greyhounds (13-11-2) needed for the win.

Shayne Campbell stopped 18 shots for the Sting (10-14-1).

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