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Scott Timmins' four points lead Spitfires past Attack 8-2 in OHL action @NHLdotcom

Scott Timmins scored twice and added two assists as the Windsor Spitfires hammered the Owen Sound Attack 8-2 in Ontario Hockey League play Thursday.

Philipp Grubauer had to make just 16 saves to pick up the win for the Spitfires (41-7-5).

After a first period that saw the score deadlocked 2-2, Windsor scored six unanswered goals - two in the second period and four in the third.

Elsewhere in the OHL it was: Brampton 4 Erie 2; Kingston 5 Peterborough 4; Mississauga St. Michael's 3 Barrie 2 (SO); and Niagara 2 London 1.

At Windsor, Ont., Kenny Ryan chipped in with a goal and three assists for the Spitfires, while Stephen Johnson and Justin Shugg both had a goal and an assist.

Mark Cundari, Derek Lanoue and Harry Young also scored for Windsor.

Brendan Childerely and Bobby Mignardi scored for Owen Sound (23-24-6), while Jordan Binnington made 42 saves.

The Spitfires cashed in on three of five power-play chances while the Attack did not score on any of their six opportunities.

Battallion 4 Otters 2

At Brampton, Ont., Sam Carrick's power-play goal with under three minutes to go in the third helped the Battalion double up Erie.

After a scoreless opening period, Andrew Yogan opened the scoring 1:57 into the second for Erie (23-22-7).

Shawn Szydlowski added to Erie's lead at 7:21 before Philip Lane found the net twice at 7:45 and 12:03 to tie the game for Brampton (18-21-12).

Cody Hodgson then set up Scott Tanski's eventual game-winner at the 18:41 mark before adding another helper on Carrick's power-play goal late in the third.


Frontenacs 5 Petes 4

At Peterborough, Ont., Kingston jumped out to a 4-0 lead but were forced to hang on against the Petes.

Charles Sarault had two goals, while Brian Lashoff, Derek Froats and Tyler Mort also scored for Kingston (24-24-4).

Christopher Breen, Pat Daley, Justin Larson and Liam Heelis replied for the Petes (24-26-3).


Majors 3 Colts 2

At Barrie, Ont., Jordan Mayer scored the only goal of the shootout and JP Anderson stopped all three shooters as Mississauga St. Michael's beat the Colts.

Mayer and Casey Cizikas scored in regulation for Mississauga (34-12-5), while Anderson turned aside 39 shots, including eight in overtime.

Kyle Clifford and Alexander Burmistrov replied for Barrie (41-7-2).

Mavric Parks made 30 saves in taking the loss.


IceHogs 2 Knights 1

At St. Catharines, Ont., Freddie Hamilton had both goals for Niagara, including the game-winner in the third, as the IceDogs beat London.

Mark Visentin made 27 saves for the Niagara (18-28-6).

Steven Tarasuk scored midway through the third for London (35-14-2) but the Knight wouldn't get any closer.

Michael Hutchinson made 36 saves in defeat for London.

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