OHL roundup: Bulldogs sink teeth into 67's with win
HAMILTON — Nick Lardis and Sahil Panwar each scored twice and added an assist as the Hamilton Bulldogs chomped down on the visiting Ottawa 67's with a 6-3 Ontario Hockey League victory on Sunday.
Florian Xhekaj and Lawson Sherk also scored for the Bulldogs (33-26-4-0), who led 2-1 after the first period and 5-2 heading into the third.
Gavin Ewles, Luca Pinelli and Jack Beck scored for the Eastern Conference-leading 67's (46-12-3-2), who outshot the Bulldogs 37-17.
Bulldogs netminder Matteo Drobac stopped 34 of 37 shots in the victory.
Elsewhere in the OHL:
BATTALION 4 KNIGHTS 0
NORTH BAY, Ont. — Kyle McDonald scored his 31st goal of the season and Dom DiVincentiis made 27 saves to earn the shutout as the North Bay Battalion blanked the visiting London Knights 4-0.
Kyle Jackson, Anthony Romani and Liam Arnsby also scored for the Battalion (43-17-2-1). Ty Nelson chipped in with two assists.
Knights Goaltender Brett Brochu saved 23 of 26 shots for the Western Conference-leading Knights (42-18-2-0), who trailed 2-0 after the first period and 3-0 heading into the third.
Both teams had 27 shots on goal and both went 0-for-2 on the power play.
STING 6 RANGERS 3
SARNIA, Ont. — Nolan Burke scored three goals and Luca Del Bel Belluz added three assists as the Sarnia Sting defeated the visiting Kitchener Rangers 6-3.
Ty Voit, Sandis Vilmanis and Ethan Ritchie all scored for the Sting (35-24-2-2), who led 3-1 after the first period and 5-2 after 40 minutes.
Lleyton Moore, Hunter Brzustewicz and Francesco Pinelli scored for the Rangers (30-28-4-0), who were outshot 34-30.
FIREBIRDS 5 GENERALS 1
OSHAWA, Ont. — Gavin Hayes scored twice and Amadeus Lombardi added two assists as the visiting Flint Firebirds marched past the Oshawa Generals 5-1
Artem Guryev, Tyler Deline and Nolan Dann also scored for the Firebirds (32-26-4-1), who outshot the Generals 35-26.
Cameron Butler scored for the Generals (24-32-1-5).
* This roundup was generated automatically with a CP-developed application.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 12, 2023.