OHL Roundup: Luchuk Scores OT Winner as Spitfires Edge Greyhounds

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OHL Roundup: Luchuk Scores OT Winner as Spitfires Edge Greyhounds


OHL Roundup: Spitfires edge Greyhounds in OT

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WINDSOR, Ont. - Aaron Luchuk scored 37 seconds into overtime to lift the Windsor Spitfires to a 3-2 victory over the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League action.

Jalen Chatfield, on the power play, and Bradley Latour also scored for the Spitfires (14-4-3), who have won four straight, while Luchuk added an assist for a two-point outing.

Gabe Guertler had both goals for Sault Ste. Marie (8-9-3).

Michael DiPietro stopped 26 shots for the victory. Brandon Halverson made 30 saves in the losing effort.

Windsor was 1 for 3 on the power play while the Greyhounds scored once on two chances with the man advantage.

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STEELHEADS 6 WOLVES 0

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Jake Flinn stopped all 28 shots he faced and Alexander Nylander scored two goals and added an assist to power the Steelheads past Sudbury.

Nathan Bastian had a goal and three helpers for Mississauga (10-10-2), Michael McLeod scored one goal and assisted on another, and Brendan Harrogate and Owen Tippett rounded out the attack.

Matthew Menna started in net for the Wolves (5-15-1), giving up three goals on 14 shots through 20 minutes. Zack Bowman stopped 19-of-22 shots in relief the rest of the way.

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BATTALION 7 COLTS 3

NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Mike Amadio scored two goals and helped set up four more as the Battalion downed Barrie.

Matthew Santos had a goal and four assists for North Bay (9-8-2), and Zach Shankar, Daniil Vertiy, Miles Liberati and Mark Shoemaker supplied the rest of the offence. …

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