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Sudbury rolls Oshawa 7-4; O'Dell scores twice against former team @NHLdotcom

The Sudbury Wolves used the Oshawa Generals to rebound from Saturday night's loss.

Eric O'Dell and Eddy Leitans-Rinke both scored twice as part of a five-goal second period, leading the Sudbury Wolves to a 7-4 win over the Oshawa Generals in Ontario Hockey League play Sunday night.

O'Dell, originally a draft pick of the Generals, also had an assist in the game, as the Wolves bounced back from a 7-0 loss the night before in Belleville.

Although drafted by Oshawa, O'Dell was traded to Sudbury before getting the chance to play for the Generals.

Alain Valiquette stopped 38 shots in his sixth straight start for the Wolves.

Kevin Bailie started and finished the game in goal for Oshawa, but was pulled for a 4:53 stretch of the second period for Michael Zador.

Bailie stopped 22-of-27 shots, while Zador allowed two goals on just four shots.

Elsewhere in the OHL, it was Kingston 5 Ottawa 4 (OT); Windsor 4 Sarnia 1; Mississauga 3 Brampton 1; and Kitchener 3 Niagara 2.

At Oshawa, Ont., John Kurtz, John McFarland and Kain Allicock also scored for the Wolves (17-20-5).

Andy Andreoff, Jeff Hayes, Boone Jenner and Scott Valentine replied for the Generals (18-20-4).


Frontenacs 5 67's 4 (OT)

At Kingston, Ont., Nathan Moon had a hat trick, including the overtime winner, as the Frontenacs edged Ottawa.

Zach Harnden and Ethan Werek also scored for Kingston (20-19-3).

Cody Lindsay had a goal and two assists for the 67's (21-17-6), while Thomas Nesbitt, Tyler Toffoli and Corey Cowick also tallied.


Spitfires 4 Sting 1

At Windsor, Ont., Eric Wellwood scored twice, including the game winner, as the Spitfires defeated Sarnia.

Ryan Ellis and Adam Wallace had the other markers for Windsor (34-5-4).

Brent Sullivan had the only goal for the Sting (14-26-3).


Majors 3 Battalion 1

At Brampton, Ont., Devante Smith-Pelly's hat trick paced Mississauga to a victory over the Battalion.

JP Anderson made 17 saves for the Majors (28-8-5).

Philip Lane was the lone scorer for Brampton (14-19-7),


Rangers 3 IceDogs 2

At Kitchener, Ont., Jason Akeson scored the winner as the Rangers edged Niagara.

Michael Catenacci and Jeremy Morin both had a goal and an assist for Kitchener (28-11-3).

Ryan Strome and Josh Moes had markers for the IceDogs (13-24-5).

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