Hockey Fan Forums banner

1 - 9 of 9 Posts

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,276 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Frontenacs double up Generals

Kingston Frontenacs beat the visiting Oshawa Generals 6 - 3 this afternoon at the Kingston Memorial Centre.

Fronts' Cory Emmerton scored his 3rd and 4th goal of the 2006-07 season. Bobby Hughes (2) added a goal along with first of the season goals for Peder Skinner and Luke Pither. Bobby Bolt (2) scored an empty-netter near the end of the game.

John Tavares (2), Dale Mitchell (1) and Cal Clutterbuck (1) each replied for Oshawa.

Goaltender Daryl Borden registered his second win of the season as the Frontenacs record advances to 2-0-0-0.

Next game is Friday, September 29th to host the Belleville Bulls. Game time at the Kingston Memorial Centre is 7:30pm.
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,276 Posts
Discussion Starter #2
Petes defeat Bulls

Kris Krolouski scored twice and added an assist to lead the Peterborough Petes to a 4-2 win over the Belleville Bulls on Saturday in the Ontario Hockey League.

Brendan Taylor and Brett Theberge also scored for the Petes (1-1).

Matt Beleskey and Bryan Cameron replied for the Bulls (1-1).

Trevor Cann made 32 saves for Peterborough, while Kevin Lalande stopped 22 shots for Belleville.
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,276 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
Hounds Attacked in Owen Sound

The Soo Greyhounds surrendered three power play goals and couldn't recover in a 4-3 loss to the Owen Sound Attack on Saturday night.

The Attack opened up a 3-1 lead that included two power play markers 32 seconds apart in the final minute of the first period.

Scott Tregunna added another power play goal in the second period for a 4-1 lead.


complete article
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,276 Posts
Discussion Starter #4
OHL roundup

There are few players in the Ontario Hockey League as comfortable in a shootout as Chris Terry.

Terry's shootout goal lifted the Plymouth Whalers to a 7-6 win over the Erie Otters in OHL action Saturday.

"I love it," Terry said of playing in shootouts. In his rookie season, the Brampton, Ont., native had three shootout winners.

complete article
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,276 Posts
Discussion Starter #5
Plymouth sink Otters

Chris Terry's shootout goal lifted the Plymouth Whalers to a 7-6 come-from-behind victory over the Erie Otters before 2,963 at the Compuware Sports Arena in Ontario Hockey League action Saturday.

"I love it," Terry said of participating in shootouts. In his rookie season, the Brampton, Ont., native had three shootout winners.

complete article
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,276 Posts
Discussion Starter #6
McLean leads Storm over Saginaw

The Guelph Storm scored four unanswered goals to erase an early two-goal deficit and come from behind to win 4-3 over the Saginaw Spirit in Ontario Hockey League action Saturday.

Storm (2-0-0-0) forward Mike McLean led the way with a hat trick, including the eventual winner at 8:45 of the third period.

complete article
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,276 Posts
Discussion Starter #7
Owen Sound edges Sault Ste. Marie

Scott Tregunna's goal stood as the winner as the Owen Sound Attack edged the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 4-3 in Ontario Hockey League action Saturday.

Anton Hedman, Trevor Lewis and Marek Bartanus added goals for Owen Sound (1-1-0-0).

complete article
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,276 Posts
Discussion Starter #8
Troops spoil victory party

The Brampton Battalion spoiled the party in Peterborough on Thursday night.

The Battalion opened its Ontario Hockey League season against the defending champion Peterborough Petes, handing the the Petes a 3-2 loss on a night the city of Peterborough was celebrating a trifecta of wins-- the OHL Petes, the Mann Cup champion Major Series lacrosse Lakers and the Minto Cup Canadian champion junior A lacrosse Lakers.

But the 3,189 Peterborough fans in attendance went home a little unfulfilled when the Battalion rallied from a 2-0 second period deficit to edge the Petes 3-2.

complete article
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,276 Posts
Discussion Starter #9
IceDogs Carry the Play Against the Majors

Toronto, Ont. (September 24, 2006) - The St. Michael's Majors hosted the Mississauga IceDogs this afternoon and watched their crosstown rivals take the play to them. The IceDogs utilized four 2nd period goals to carry them to a 6-2 victory.

Luca Caputi got the scoring started for Mississauga at 7:33 of the opening period, on the power-play, off of Nathan Martine and Alex Pietrangelo feeds. Kaspars Daugavins responded for the Majors, also on the man-advantage, at 15:15 off of support from Matt Caria and Justin Donati. Jordan Owens answered quickly for the IceDogs, only 40 seconds later, with the helpers getting credited to Martine and Keith Wynn.

Then, Mississauga took over in the 2nd period, chasing Majors netminder Wayne Savage from the game and ringing up 4 goals. The scorers were Chris Lawrence (power-play), Wynn, Stefan Legein and Michael Swift with the assists going to Owens (2), Caputi, Lawrence, Andrew Loverock and Brett Oliphant. Anthony Tapper provided a power-play goal for the Majors at 9:12 of the 3rd period, off of Cassidy Preston and Troy Murray passes, to round out the scoring.

The IceDogs dominated the shot department as Loverock was forced to make only 18 stops. In return, Savage had 38 saves for the Majors and replacement Chris Carrozzi had 13 of his own. The game's three stars were Owens (1st), Lawrence (2nd) and Swift (3rd). The IceDogs were 2 for 14 on the power-play while the Majors were 2 for 8.

The Majors host the Brampton Battalion on Thursday evening (September 28) at 7:30 pm. Then, they embark on a home-and-home series with Sudbury, visiting the Wolves on Friday night at 7:30 pm and welcoming them to St. Mike's Arena next Sunday afternoon at 2 pm.

The IceDogs have a light weekend ahead as their only game takes place in Barrie on Saturday night (September 30) at 7:30 pm. Their home-opener will unfold on Friday, October 6 versus the Erie Otters at 7:30 pm.
 
1 - 9 of 9 Posts
Top