Newspaper article The Canadian Press

OHL Roundup: McDavid Scores Twice, Adds Three Assists in Otters Rout of Petes

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

OHL Roundup: McDavid Scores Twice, Adds Three Assists in Otters Rout of Petes

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OHL: McDavid has five points in Otters rout

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ERIE, Pa. - Connor McDavid was up to his old tricks on Saturday night.

He had a five-point night -- including a pair of goals -- as the Erie Otters routed the Peterborough Petes 8-2 in Ontario Hockey League action.

Alex DeBrincat also scored twice in a four-goal third period for Erie (39-13-4). Nicholas Baptiste, Taylor Raddysh, Dylan Strome and Remi Elie also found the back of the net.

Greg Betzold and Jonathan Ang answered for the Petes (22-28-6).

Devin Williams picked up the win in net, making 27 saves. Matthew Mancina started for Peterborough and turned away 25-of-32 shots in 55:07. Dylan Wells finished the game by stopping five shots.

The Otters were successful on two-of-three power-play chances while the Petes went 0 for 3.

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67's 7 STEELHEADS 3

OTTAWA -- Nathan Todd and Dante Salituro both scored twice as the 67's used a five-goal first period to demolish Mississauga for their seventh-straight win.

Jeremiah Addison, Evan de Haan and Trent Mallette supplied the rest of the offence for Ottawa (33-20-3).

Bobby MacIntyre, Nathan Bastian and Brandon Devlin had goals for the Steelheads (22-32-3).

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BULLS 6 SPIRIT 1

BELLEVILLE, Ont. -- Michael Cramarossa scored once and added two assists in a five-goal first period for the Bulls as they beat Saginaw.

Brett Welychka, Brett Gustavsen, Niki Petti, Maurizio Colella and Adam Bignell rounded out the attack for Belleville (24-26-7).

Kris Bennett had a goal in the first the Spirit (23-30-3), as they dropped their seventh straight.

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FRONTENACS 5 GENERALS 4

OSHAWA, Ont. -- Jarkko Parikka had the first of four goals in the second period for Kingston as they hung on to beat the Generals.

Evan McEneny, Sam Field, Lawson Crouse and Spencer Watson supplied the rest of the offence for the Frontenacs (22-24-8).

Anthony Cirelli scored twice in a three-goal third for Oshawa (43-8-5). …

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