ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - Stefan Legin had two goals and an assist and Mike Swift a goal and three assists as the Niagara IceDogs blanked the Peterborough Petes 7-0 in Ontario Hockey League action Sunday afternoon.
The IceDogs picked up where they left off in a 10-2 romp over the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors Friday night, racing out to a 3-0 lead in the first period.
Legein's shot from the blue-line went off a Petes defender past goaltender Jason Missiaen on a power play, ending a home scoreless streak datiing back to Oct. 18.
Mike Swift picked a rebound out of the air just past the 13-minute mark and Josh Day's shot from the blue-line eluded Missiaen three minutes after that.
Alex Friesen scored his first of the season on a long shot and Andrew Agozzino poked home a rebound in the second period. Legein and Luca Caputi added third-period goals.
Andrew Loverock was solid in goal for his first shutout, of the season stopping all 35 shots he faced. The IceDogs fired 46 at Missiaen.
Peterborough's Zack Kassian was assessed a match penalty at 16:31 for viciously cross-checking Niagara's Chris DeSousa, who left the ice under his own power.
Niagara improved to 12-7-0-0 with their second straight win while the Petes, losers of five straight, fell to 8-7-0-1.