OTTAWA -- Tyson Fawcett scored two goals and Andreas Athanasiou had a goal and three assists to lift the Barrie Colts over the Ottawa 67s 7-2 in Ontario Hockey League action on Sunday. Mitchell Theoret and Andrew Mangiapane had a goal and two assists apiece for the Colts (16-11-3), while Aaron Ekblad and Erik Bradford also scored. Troy Henley and Tyler Hill replied for the 67s (10-16-3), who lost for the seventh time in their last 10 games. Daniel Gibl made 21 saves for the win while Philippe Trudeau turned away 39 shots in defeat. --- OTTERS 7 FRONTENACS 2 KINGSTON, Ont. -- Connor Brown scored twice, including a short-handed goal, and added an assist as Erie downed the Frontenacs. Dylna Strome, Dane Fox, Andrew Burakovsky, and Connor McDavid also had a goal and an assist apiece for the Otters (26-4-1) and Travis Dermott scored the other. Spencer Abraham had three assists on the day and Oscar Dansk made 29 saves. Evan McEneny and Spencer Watson supplied the offence for Kingston (16-10-3), while Sam Bennett and Henri Ikonen had two assists each. Matt Mahalak started the game for Kingston but was pulled after giving up five goals on 23 shots. Lucas Peressini replaced Mahalak in the second period, and made 13-of-15 saves. --- STORM 7 STING 4 SARNIA, Ont. -- Tyler Bertuzzi scored twice and Zack Mitchell had a goal and two assists to lead Guelph over the Sting. Robby Fabbri and Kerby Rychel had a goal and an assist apiece and Brock McGinn and Scott Kosmachuk rounded out the offence for the Storm (22-6-3). Jimmy McDowell scored twice for Sarnia (10-18-3), and Nickolas Latta and Patrick White added a goal each. Anthony DeAngelo had three assists. Matthew Mancina made 21 saves while his counterpart, Taylor Dupuis, stopped 42 shots in the losing effort. --- BATTALION 3 STEELHEADS 2 NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Ben Thomson scored the winner with 52 seconds remaining in the third period as the Battalion edged Mississauga. Brenden Miller and Vincent Praplan also scored for North Bay (15-15-1) while Thomson tacked on an assist for a two-point night. Andrew Goldberg and Trevor Carrick supplied the offence for the Steelheads (13-17-3). Brendan ONeill made 20 saves for the Battalion as Mississaugas Spencer Martin turned away 32-of-35 shots. --- GENERALS 5 BULLS 2 OSHAWA, Ont. -- Scott Laughton and Michael Dal Colle each scored twice as the Generals toppled Belleville. Josh Sterk had a goal and an assist for Oshawa (23-7-2) while Bradley Latour and Cole Cassels chipped in with two assists apiece. The Bulls (7-20-4) got goals from David Tomasek and Stephen Harper. Ken Appleby made 27 saves for the Generals. Bellevilles Charlie Graham kicked out 35-of-39 shots in a losing cause. Nike Air Huarache Red
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