Newspaper article The Canadian Press

OHL Roundup: Foegele Nets Two Power-Play Goals as Frontenacs Top Sting Late

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

OHL Roundup: Foegele Nets Two Power-Play Goals as Frontenacs Top Sting Late

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OHL Roundup: Frontenacs top Sting late


SARNIA, Ont. - Warren Foegele's second power-play goal of the game came late in the third period and stood as the winner as the Kingston Frontenacs topped the Sarnia Sting 5-4 on Saturday night in Ontario Hockey League action.

Foegele added two assists for the Frontenacs (8-10-1), with Linus Nyman also striking twice. Ryan Cranford had the other.

Alex Black, Troy Lajeunesse, Ryan McGregor and Kevin Spinozzi supplied the offence for Sarnia (12-6-2).

Jeremy Helvig made 29 saves for the win as Justin Fazio kicked out 21 shots in defeat.

Kingston finished the game by going 2 for 5 on the power play while the Sting were scoreless on four attempts.



FLINT, Mich. -- Jalen Smereck scored at 3:49 of overtime as the Firebirds edged Windsor.

Ryan Moore and Kole Sherwood had third-period goals for Flint (11-8-1), with Luke Kirwan opening the scoring 18 seconds into the first period. Connor Hicks turned aside 22 shots.

Logan Stanley, on the power play, Julius Nattinen and Gabriel Vilardi found the back of the net for the Spitfires (12-4-1). Michael DiPietro stopped 20 shots in net.



HAMILTON -- Riley Stillman scored midway through extra time and Oshawa extended its point streak by beating the Bulldogs.

Medric Mercier had a power-play goal to tie the game in the third for the Generals (13-5-1), who are 8-0-1 in their last nine games. Jeremy Brodeur stopped all 20 shots in 41:35 of relief for the win. Kyle Keyser started but left after kicking out 10-of-11 shots.

Matthew Strome scored on the power play early in the second for Hamilton (10-6-3) and Kaden Fulcher turned away 37 shots.



LONDON, Ont. -- Cliff Pu struck twice and Jordan Kooy made 32 saves as the Knights got past Guelph.

Liam Foudy and Alex Formenton also scored for the Knights (12-3-3).

Albert Michnac had a power-play goal midway through the first for the Storm (7-11-3) and Liam Herbst turned aside 33 shots.



ST. CATHARINES, Ont. -- Danial Singer scored the winner in the second and Stephen Dhillon stopped 44 shots as the IceDogs toppled Sudbury. …

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