Thursday Highlights: Bulldogs blitz Battalion in overtime

Ontario Hockey League


Hamilton Bulldogs 4, North Bay Battalion 3 – OT

  • 2023 NHL Draft prospect Nick Lardis set up Senators prospect Jorian Donovan just 20 seconds into overtime as the Bulldogs snapped the Battalion’s six-game hot streak, ending a string of nine consecutive wins at home
  • Bulldogs overage forward Sahil Panwar had three assists
  • Patrick Thomas had a goal and an assist for Hamilton; the local product is on an eight-game point streak
  • Battalion leading scorer Matvey Petrov scored all three of his team’s goals: the Oilers pick was named the first star

Game Centre | Bulldogs Post-Game | Bulldogs Post-Game


Mississauga Steelheads 6, Niagara IceDogs 2

  • Steelheads captain James Hardie enjoyed a career-high four-assist night as the Steelheads improved to 3-1 in the season series against Niagara
  • 2020 third-round pick Zander Veccia had a career-best three points, scoring twice and assisting another
  • Rookie forward Kevin He scored a goal and added an assist for Niagara
  • The IceDogs have now lost eight consecutive games; they were without injured Juan Copeland, Gerard Keane, Landon Cato, Anthony Agostinelli and Owen Flores

Game Centre | Steelheads Post-Game | IceDogs Post-Game
Oshawa Generals 2, Peterborough Petes 3

  • NY Rangers first round pick Brennan Othmann’s second goal of the night came with 52 seconds left in the third period for the game winner; Peterborough improves to 4-1 against Oshawa this season
  • Petes leading scorer Tucker Robertson scored a spectacular goal to take his season total to 24
  • Ryan Gagnier scored a shorthanded goal to open the scoring. The Generals overage forward has seven points in his last three games
  • Michael Simpson made 25 saves for his 17th win opposite Jacob Oster, who stopped 35 for Oshawa

Game Centre | Petes Post-GameGenerals Post-Game


Erie Otters 3, Windsor Spitfires 6

  • Jacob Maillet and Matthew Maggio each enjoyed three-point nights as the Spitfires won their fifth consecutive contest
  • Recently acquired Swiss defenceman Rodwin Dionicio went between the legs for the Play of the Night 
  • Rookie forward Liam Greentree had a goal and an assist, giving him 11 goals and 21 points in his last 19 games
  • 2023 NHL Draft prospect Carey Terrance netted his 17th goal of the season to lead the Otters
  • Recently acquired centreman Pano Fimis had a goal and an assist for Erie
  • Joey Costanzo made 24 saves for his 10th consecutive win

Game Centre | Spitfires Post-GameOtters Post-Game


Ottawa 67’s 4, Barrie Colts 1

  • Max Donoso stopped 36 of 37 shots and was named first star as the 67’s put an end to the Colts’ five-game winning streak and won in Barrie for the first time this season. Donoso also robbed Cole Beaudoin for the Save of the Night
  • Draft-eligible forward Luca Pinelli’s goal less than two minutes into the third served as the game-winner
  • Brady Stonehouse scored his team-leading 24th goal
  • Predators prospect Jack Matier has six points in four games since returning from the World Juniors
  • Tyler Savard netted his second goal since joining Barrie
  • The loss is Barrie’s first in regulation at home since Dec. 1st, a run of nine contests

Game Centre | 67’s Post-Game 

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