OSHAWA, Ont. - Tyler Toffoli had three points in regulation and the only goal of the shootout to lead the Ottawa 67's to a 5-4 win over the Oshawa Generals in Ontario Hockey League action Saturday.
Toffoli, the OHL's leading scorer last season, had two goals and an assist in regulation time, helping the 67's improve to 6-2-1.
Lucas Lessio led the Generals (4-4-2) with a natural hat trick and four points, but he didn't get the call in the shootout.
Instead, 67's goalie Peter Mrazek, who made 44 saves, including three in overtime, stopped Andy Andreoff, Christian Thomas and Nicklas Jensen in the tiebreaker.
Andreoff, who was just assigned to the Generals by the Los Angeles Kings last week, had a goal and an assist, while Thomas had three assists for Oshawa.
Sean Monahan and Steven Janes scored the other Ottawa goals, with Jones's coming 4:41 into the third period to tie the game 4-4.
Rookie Dan Altshuller, making his tenth start in 12 games for the Generals, made 36 saves.
Oshawa converted three of seven power-play chances, while Ottawa was 0-for-5.