BELLEVILLE, Ont. -- Jordan DeKort made 35 saves for the Kitchener Rangers as they whipped the lowly Belleville Bulls 6-2 in Ontario Hockey League action on Wednesday.
Michael Cramarossa opened the scoring for Belleville (11-25-4) just 38 seconds into the game, but it was all Kitchener (15-24-1) after that.
Centre Radek Faksa scored twice, with Brent Pedersen, Max Iafrate Darby Llewellyn and Mike Davis getting singles for the Rangers, who were tied 1-1 after one period and led 2-1 after two.
Defenceman Justin Bean got his first goal of the season for the Bulls to close the scoring at 17:41 of the third period.
Belleville's Charlie Graham allowed six goals of 24 shots in a little over 50 minutes of playing time. Jason Da Silva finished in net, stopping all four shots he faced.
GREYHOUNDS 3 STING 2
SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. -- Blake Speers scored in regulation and had the deciding goal of the shootout to lead the Greyhounds to their win over Sarnia.
Nikolay Goldobin opened the scoring for Sarnia (12-23-5) with his 29th goal of the season in the opening period.
Speers tied it at 6:53 of the third, only to have Patrick White put the Sting back in front at 8:27. Tyler Gaudet tied it for Sault Ste. Marie (27-10-4) at 16:10.
Sarnia goalie Brodie Barrick had a busy night making 42 saves. Matt Murray handled 20 shots for the Soo.