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Seguin bounces back to extend OHL scoring lead as Whalers rout Sudbury 9-2 @NHLdotcom

Tyler Seguin can't be kept silent for long.

Held off the scoresheet for the first time this season against the London Knights on Friday, the Ontario Hockey League's leading scorer added five more points on Saturday night, including a hat trick as the Plymouth Whalers demolished the Sudbury Wolves 9-2.

Seguin, projected as a top-five pick in the 2010 NHL entry draft, rebounded from Friday's effort with his third hat trick in 10 games this season. The Brampton, Ont., native has 25 points and leads all scorers by five goals with 14.

After John MacFarland opened the scoring for the Wolves with a short-handed marker six minutes into the game, Plymouth responded by scoring the next seven goals of the game, including a pair of power-play goals in the first period.

Myles McCauley scored twice and added an assist, Garrett Meurs had a goal and two assists, while Leo Jenner, Mitchell Heard and Tyler J. Brown also scored for the Whalers (6-4-0).

Kristoff Kontos scored the other goal for Sudbury (4-4-1).

Elsewhere in the OHL it was: Owen Sound 6 Sault Ste. Marie 3; Barrie 7 Erie 4; and Saginaw 8 Belleville 3.

At Plymouth, Mich., Seguin's first goal of the game, scored seven minutes into the second period to give the Whalers a 5-1 lead, chased Wolves starter Alain Valiquette from the net.

Valiquette finished with 15 saves on 20 shots. His replacement, Andrew Loverock, allowed four goals on 28 shots.

Matt Hackett made 30 saves for Plymouth.


Attack 6 Greyhounds 3

At Owen Sound, Ont., Bobby Mignardi scored twice and Scott Stajcer stopped 41 shots as the Attack stunned Sault Ste. Marie.

Curtis Crombeen, Garrett Wilson, Brendan Childerley and Marcus Carroll also scored for Owen Sound (2-7-1), which is tied with the Sarnia Sting for last place in the Western Conference.

Brett Thompson and Vern Cooper each had a goal and an assist for the conference-leading Greyhounds (7-2-0), who have lost two straight after winning their first seven games.


Colts 7 Otters 4

At Barrie, Ont., Michael Sgarbossa led the way with two goals and two assists as the Colts defeated Erie.

Alexander Burmistrov scored twice and added an assist, Josh Brittain had a goal and two assists, while Alex Hutchings and Colin Behenna also scored for Barrie (7-2-0).

Anthony Luciani scored as part of a three-point game for the Otters (2-5-2). Brett Cook, David Shields and David Broll added goals.


Spirit 8 Bulls 3

At Saginaw, Mich., Josh Shalla scored three goals and added an assist to help power the Spirit over Belleville.

Barry Sanderson, Jordan Skellett, Jordan Szwarz, Garrett Ross and Joe Pleckaitis all scored for Saginaw (6-2-1), while Tyler Morovich and Ivan Telegin - who ran his point streak to eight games - had two assists each.

Shawn Lalonde, Tyler Taylor and Adam Payerl scored for the Bulls (3-5-1) and Steven Strong contributed two assists.

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