OHL Roundup: Week two in the booksSunday, September 29, 2013 by: Brad Coccimiglio
Week two of action in the Ontario Hockey League wrapped up on Sunday with six games on the schedule.
In Guelph, Justin Nichols made 37 saves as the Guelph Storm beat the London Knights 6-3. Jason Dickinson, Ryan Horvat, Hunter Garlent and Scott Kosmachuk had a goal and an assist each for Guelph in the win. Tyler Bertuzzi and Zack Mitchell also scored for Guelph. Matt Finn added two assists for the Storm. Kyle Platzer, Chris Tierney and Brett Welychka scored for London in the loss. Sault Ste. Marie native Jake Patterson stopped 29 shots for London in the loss.
In Kingston, Matt Mistele scored the shootout winner as the Plymouth Whalers beat the Kingston Frontenacs 3-2. Whalers goaltender Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 42 shots in the win. Mistele and Bryce Yetman scored in regulation time for Plymouth. Ryan Kujawinski and Henri Ikonen scored for Kingston in the loss.
In Mississauga, Trevor Carrick scored on the power play at 2:39 of overtime to give the Mississauga Steelheads a 5-4 win over the Sudbury Wolves. Carrick had two goals and an assist in the win while Bryson Cianfrone and Jesse Barwell had a goal and an assist each for the Steelheads. Dylan Smoskowitz also scored in the win. The Wolves needed a pair of goals in the final minute of regulation time – from Connor Crisp and Nick Baptiste – to get the game to overtime. Nathan Pancel added a pair of goals for the Wolves.
In Ottawa, Joseph Blandisi’s second goal of the game, at 14:14 of the third period was the winning goal as the Ottawa 67’s beat the Niagara IceDogs 3-2. Taylor Fielding had the other goal for Ottawa in the win. Anthony DiFruscia scored a pair of goals for Niagara while Carter Verhaeghe added two assists.
In Sarnia, Nick Paul had a pair of goals while Brett McKenzie chipped in with a goal and an assist as the North Bay Battalion beat the Sarnia Sting 5-2. Marcus McIvor and Steven Duda set up a pair of goals each in the win. Blake Clarke and Barclay Goodrow had the other goals for North Bay. Anthony DeAngelo scored both goals for Sarnia in the loss.
In Oshawa, Radek Faksa scored three goals to lead the Kitchener Rangers to a 5-3 win over the Oshawa Generals. Eric Ming Nick Maygar and Matia Marcantuoni chipped in with two assists each for Kitchener. Max Iafrate and Curtis Meighan also scored for the Rangers. Former Ranger Josh Sterk had a goal and two assists for the Generals in the loss. Bradley Latour added a goal and an assist while Chris Carlisle also scored in the loss.