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Thursday, December 5, 2019

Attack Nip Niagara

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  
Dec 5/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports


Ontario Hockey League

Owen Sound Attack 6 Niagara IceDogs 5  (OT)
Guelph Storm 3 Saginaw Spirit 2  (SO)


Attack 6 IceDogs 5 (OT)

It was a succesful homecoming for re-acquired Attack forward Matthew Struthers.

Struthers who was acquired in a deal with the North Bay Battalion on Monday returned to where he started his OHL career and marked the occasion by snapping in the overtime game winner on a power play for the Attack, capping a 3 point performance

Barret Kirwin and Ethan Burroughs both scored twice for Owen Sound who have won their last 2 outings and move to 28 points on the season

Deni Goure on a power play had the other Attack marker as Owen Sound never trailed in the game, but twice gave up 2 goal leads as Niagata fought back twice to tie the game at 3 and again in the 3rd period to tie the game at 5 and force overtime.

Kyen Sopa had 2 goals and 4 poinys for Niagara who now have points in their 3 outings.

Along with Sopa, Philip Tomasino, Jae Uberti and Andrew Bruder fired solo markers.

Tomasino was penalized in overtime for interfering with Attack defender Brady Lyle on a potential break and was in the penalty box when Struthers scored the game winner.

Tomorrow, Niagara returns home to host the Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds

The Attack are at London on Friday night to face the Knights,
( 7 pm for Terry's Trailer Service-Kia of Owen Sound Bearadio on 560 CFOS )


1st Period
1, Owen Sound, Kirwin 13 (Pearson, Popov), 1:17. 
2, Owen Sound, Burroughs 5 (Philip, Struthers), 3:15. 
3, Niagara, Sopa 13   15:10. 
Penalties-Perrott Os (interference), 9:05; Popov Os (high sticking, high sticking), 17:51; Lodnia Niag (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 20:00.

2nd Period
4, Owen Sound, Goure 4 (Popov, Struthers), 8:49 (PP). 
5, Niagara, Tomasino 17 (Sopa, Castleman), 9:22. 
6, Niagara, Uberti 7 (Castleman, Sopa), 19:47 (PP). 
Penalties-Agostinelli Niag (slashing), 7:27; Howard Niag (kneeing), 11:02; Robertson Os (cross checking), 18:52.

3rd Period
7, Owen Sound, Kirwin 14 (Woolley, Popov), 0:23. 
8, Owen Sound, Burroughs 6 (Robertson, Samanski), 4:04. 
9, Niagara, Sopa 14 (Tomasino), 11:32. 
10, Niagara, Bruder 6 (Cook), 14:16. 
Penalties-Kirwin Os (hooking), 6:31.

OT Period
11, Owen Sound, Struthers 12 (Lyle, Popov), 2:19 (PP). 
Penalties-Tomasino Niag (interference), 1:33.
 

Shots on Goal
Niagara 16-12-10-0-38
Owen Sound 14-22-8-4-48

Goalies
Niagara, Sbaraglia 1-5-1-0 (48 shots-42 saves)
Owen Sound, Guzda 10-8-3-1 (38 shots-33 saves).

Power Play Opportunities
Niagara 1 / 5
Owen Sound 2 / 4.

Referees-Joe Celestin (4), Brandon Biggers (56).
Linesmen-Kevin McArthur (47), Chris Chapman (50).

Attendance = 2,389



Storm 3 Spirit 2  (SO)

Pavel Gogolev scored in the shootout as the Storm moved into a tie for 1st in the Midwest Division with London.

Nico Daws made 38 saves in the game plus denied all 3 Saginaw shooters.

Matthew Papais & Cooper Walker scored in regulation for Guelph.

Dalton Duhart and Mason Millman scored for the Spirit


Tonight

Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds at Niagara IceDogs  7 pm
London Knights at Peterborough Petes  7 pm
Kitchener Rangers at Windsor Spitfires  7:05 pm
Kingston Frontenacs at Oshawa Generals  7:05 pm  ( make up game from Sunday )
Flint Firebirds at Barrie Colts 7:30 pm

Friday, the Attack are at London to meet the Knights

You can hear the game on Terry's Trailer Service-Kia of Owen Sound Bearadio

Bearadio is brought to you in part by Crouse Mechanical





WESTERN CONFERENCE

London            24 17 5 1 1 36
Windsor           23 15 5 3 0 33
Guelph             25 16 5 1 3 36
Flint                   26 16 10 0 0 32
Saginaw            27 14 9 2 2 32
Erie                     27 11 8 2 6 30
Owen Sound     26 12 10 3 1 28
Sarnia                 26 12 14 0 0 24
Kitchener            24 10 10 2 2 24
Sault Ste Marie 27 10 15 2 0 22


EASTERN CONFERENCE

Peterborough   27 19 6 1 1 40
Sudbury            28 16 11 1 0 33
Ottawa               26 20 6 0 0 40
Oshawa             25 16 8 0 1 33
Barrie                 23 13 8 1 1 28
Niagara              28 11 12 3 2 27
Hamilton            28 12 14 2 0 26
Mississauga      26 8 16 2 0 18
Kingston            25 6 15 2 2 16
North Bay          27 5 22 0 0 10

 

Kia CHL Top 10 Rankings  Week 12

Sherbrooke Phoenix (22-4-2-0)
Moncton Wildcats (21-6-0-0)
Ottawa 67's (20-6-0-0)
Prince Albert Raiders (18-5-3-1)
Chicoutimi Sagueneens (20-5-3-0)
Everett Silvertips (17-6-1-0)
London Knights (17-5-1-1)
Windsor Spitfires (15-5-3-0)
Medicine Hat Tigers (19-7-1-0)
Peterborough Petes (19-6-1-1)
 

Honourable Mention:

Portland Winterhawks (17-6-1-2)
Rimouski Oceanic (17-6-2-3)
Edmonton Oil Kings (18-6-4-2)




Greater Metro Junior Hockey League

West Nipissing Lynx 5 Bradford Bulls 3

The Lynx jumped out to a 5-0 lead before holding off the Bulls

The Knights of Meaford host the South Muskoka Shield tonight

Meaford will try and snap a 3 game losing streak on home ice

 

Lynx 5 Bulls 3

1st Period
00:42 West Nipissing Chad Lafortune  (Isak Vacietis)
10:17 West Nipissing Power Play - Tanner Webkamigad  (Jacob Stos, William Michaud)

2nd Period
03:18 West Nipissing Shadow Reuben  (Tanner Webkamigad, Jacob Stos)
09:24 West Nipissing Marcus Rabbitskin-Blackned  (Kodiak Whiteduck, Chad Lafortune)
14:00 West Nipissing Kodiak Whiteduck  (Chad Lafortune, Braden Simon)
16:00 Bradford Bulls Braden Handley  (Logan Emery, Josh Labelle)

3rd Period
10:30 Bradford Bulls Power Play - Allister O'Hagan  (Nathan Curley, Roope Kalanti)
14:43 Bradford Bulls Power Play - Josh Labelle  (Hughie Sheppard)


Tonight

South Muskoka Shield at Knights of Meaford
7:30 pm at the Meaford & St Vincent Community Centre

West Nipissing Lynx at New Tecumseth Civics  7:30 pm
Bradford Bulls at Temiscaming Titans  8 pm



North Division

Temiscaming 25 19 5 0 1 39
Ville-Marie 25 19 5 0 1 39
N Tecumseth 27 18 9 0 0 36
Brad Rattlers 24 15 7 0 2 32
Brad Bulls 23 15 7 0 1 31
Bancroft 25 13 12 0 0 26
Almaguin 27 10 16 0 1 21
W Nipissing 25 10 14 0 1 21
Meaford 21 8 12 0 1 17
S Muskoka 26 7 17 0 2 16
Ottawa 24 3 21 0 0 6

South Division

St. George 22 18 4 0 0 36
Kingsville 23 15 4 0 4 34
North York 26 15 9 0 2 32
Niagara 22 15 6 0 1 31
Windsor 23 11 10 0 2 24
Durham 26 12 14 0 0 24
Nthumberland 24 10 11 0 3 23
London 20 11 9 0 0 22
Tottenham 27 6 18 0 3 15
Toronto 27 6 19 0 2 14




Ontario Junior Hockey League

Pickering Panthers 3 Georgetown Raiders 2
Buffalo Jr Sabres 7 Wellington Dukes 5

 

Tonight

Oakville Blades at Brantford 99'ers 7:30 PM
Pickering Panthers at Stouffville Spirit 7:30 PM
 

Tomorrow night, the Collingwood Colts are at Aurora to face the Tigers

The Colts are 1 point back of Stouffville for 1st place in the North Division.


North Division

Stouffville 27 16 9 1 1 34
Collingwood 29 13 9 1 6 33
Markham 27 13 11 0 3 29
Pickering 26 12 13 1 0 25
Aurora 28 4 21 0 3 11


West Division

Oakville 29 21 5 2 1 45
Burlington 28 19 5 1 3 42
Buffalo 26 14 11 0 1 29
Georgetown 28 11 12 3 2 27
Brantford 29 13 15 0 1 27
Milton  27 8 16 1 2 19


South Division

Tor Patriots 27 22 4 0 1 45
Jr Canadiens 29 18 6 2 3 41
St Michaels 29 13 11 1 4 31
North York 29 11 13 2 3 27
Mississauga 27 10 14 1 2 23
Brampton 26 9 17 0 0 18


East Division

Wellington 31 24 5 2 0 50
Trenton 32 24 6 1 1 50
Whitby 28 11 13 1 3 26
Cobourg 28 8 15 3 2 21
Lindsay 30 4 23 1 2 11



PJHL

Mooretown Flags 8 Wallaceburg Thunderhawks 2
Lakeshore Canadiens 2 Wheatley Sharks 0
Glanbrook Rangers 5 Hagersville Hawks 0

 

PJHL Carruthers Division Tonight

Midland Flyers at Schomberg Cougars 7:30 PM
Huntsville Otters at Stayner Siskins 8:00 PM
 

Carruthers Division Standings 

Alliston 23 18 2 0 3 39
Stayner 24 17 7 0 0 34
Orillia    22 13 8 0 1 27
Schomberg 26 12 11 1 2 27
Caledon 24 10 11 1 2 23
Penetang 23 10 12 0 1 21
Midland 24 8 16 0 0 16
Huntsville 24 6 18 0 0 12


PJHL Pollock Division November Awards

Miller Insurance Rookie of the Month-Nolan Gagnier-Goderich Flyers
Howick Insurance MVP of Month-Tanner Hertel-Mitchell Hawks


Pollock Division Standings

Wingham 26 19 5 1 1 40
Mount Forest 21 17 3 1 0 35
Mitchell 24 14 8 0 2 30
Hanover 21 12 8 0 1 25
Kincardine 23 11 10 0 2 24
Walkerton 23 3 18 1 1 8
Goderich 22 2 19 1 0 5


Yeck Division Standings

Mt.Brydges 25 17 8 0 0 34
Exeter 25 16 7 1 1 34
Dorchester 22 16 6 0 0 32
Thamesford 23 15 7 0 1 31
Aylmer              26 14 12 0 0 28
N Middlesex 23 10 10 1 2 23
Lucan  22 6 15 0 1 13
Port Stanley 24 0 24 0 0 0



WOAA Senior Hockey Standings

Ripley Wolves 10 10 0 0 0 0 20
Saugeen Whawks 11 10 1 0 0 0 20
Clinton Radars 13 9 4 0 0 0 18
Shelburne Muskies 11 9 2 0 0 0 18
Seaforth Cents 11 7 3 0 0 1 15
Tavistock Royals 12 5 5 0 1 1 12
Durham Tcats 10 5 4 0 0 1 11
Tillsonburg Thunder 9 5 4 0 0 0 10
Milverton Drives 11 3 5 0 1 2 9
Elora Rocks    11 4 6 0 1 0 9
Petrolia Squires 12 4 8 0 0 0 8
Minto 81's          10 3 6 0 0 1 7
Lucknow Lancers 10 1 7 0 1 1 4
Shallow Lake Crushers 9 0 9 0 0 0 0



Wednesday Morning Ladies Bowling League

Standings

Grey Bruce Patio Enclosures 61
Ron Downs at Royal LePage 48
Krueger Custom Steel 42
The Bread Depot 31

High Single- Marj Casselman 238
High Triple- Marj Casselman 492




Owen Sound Puffer Hockey League

Great Lakes Drywall 2 Tamming Law 1

Len Ainsford scored the winning goal for Great Lakes Drywall


Gary Byers Sound & Lighting 6 Hobart's 4

Joe Carter scored twice for Gary Byers Sound & Lighting including a shorthanded goal


M & M Food Market 7 Thom Construction 2

James Lorenz & Jim Richardson both scored twice for M & M Food Market





Owen Sound Futsal

Under 10

TD Bank 6 CSN VR Collision 4
McGregor Automotive 9 King Courier 7
 

TD Bank 6 CSN VR Collision 4

Goal scorers for TD Bank were; Hunter Ward 1, Robiel Omer 1, and 
Vincent Johnston 4.

Goal scorers for CSN VR Collision were; Ben Ditkovsky 2, and 
Cole McKee-Highfield 1.

 

McGregor Automotive 9 King Courier 7

Goal scorers for McGregor's were; Cole Kamrath 1, Wyatt Baker 1, 
Ben DeBoer 2, and Isaac Flood-Brown 5.

Goal scorers for King Courier were; Nicholas Thompson 5, Evan Lundy 1, and 
Colby Lesperance 1.
 

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