OHL Roundup: Foegele Has Three Points, Timpano Has Shutout as Otters Rout Petes

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OHL Roundup: Foegele Has Three Points, Timpano Has Shutout as Otters Rout Petes


OHL Roundup: Otters rout Petes 7-0

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ERIE, Pa. - Warren Foegele had a goal and two assists and Troy Timpano made 12 saves for his fourth shutout of the season as the Erie Otters routed the Peterborough Petes 7-0 on Sunday in a matchup between the top teams in their respective Ontario Hockey League conferences.

Kyle Maksimovich, Kyle Pettit, Taylor Raddysh, Dylan Strome, Anthony Cirelli and Ivan Lodnia supplied the rest of the offence for Erie (48-14-3), which won its third straight. The Otters lead the Western Conference by three points with three games remaining in the regular season.

Dylan Wells turned away 25 shots for the Petes (40-20-5), who lead the East and also have three games remaining in their schedule.

Peterborough's Cole Fraser received a match penalty for cross checking in the second period.

Erie was 1 for 4 on the power play while the Petes failed to score on two opportunities.

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KNIGHTS 6 STORM 2

GUELPH, Ont. -- Adrian Carbonara and Dante Salituro had a goal and an assist apiece and Robert Thomas had two helpers to lead London over the Storm.

Brando Crawley, Sam Miletic, Mitchell Vande Sompel and Janne Kuokkanen rounded out the offence for the Knights (43-14-7).

Nate Schnarr and Givani Smith scored for Guelph (20-38-6).

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BULLDOGS 3 67'S 2 (OT)

HAMILTON -- Matt Luff scored 47 seconds into overtime as the Bulldogs edged Ottawa.

Matthew Strome and Brandon Saigeon, with the tying goal midway through the third period, also scored for Hamilton (32-25-8).

Artur Tyanulin found the back of the net for the 67's (25-32-8) and assisted on Mathieu Foget's goal.

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ICEDOGS 7 BATTALION 1

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. -- Johnny Corneil scored two goals and set up another, and Akil Thomas had a goal and four assists as the IceDogs routed North Bay. …

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