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Tony DeHart scores in overtime as Oshawa beats Peterborough 5-4 @NHL

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. - Tony DeHart's power-play goal in overtime lifted the Oshawa Generals past the Peterborough Petes 5-4 in Ontario Hockey League action Saturday.

The win moved Oshawa (24-28-2-4) three points ahead of the Petes (24-32-1-2) and kept pace with the Sudbury Wolves for seventh spot in the Eastern Conference.

Brett Parnahm and Calvin de Haan had a goal and assist each for Oshawa who jumped ahead 4-2 in the second period with four goals in a 8:14 span, including two short-handed markers.

Jeff Brown and Andy Andreoff also scored for the Generals.

Sergey Korostin led the Petes with two goals while Zack Kassian had a goal and two assists and Tony Romano a short-handed goal and assist.

Michael Zador got the win goal and Ryan Daniels took the loss as Oshawa outshot Peterborough 39-31.

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