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OHL Roundup From SLAM - 1/31

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    By THE CANADIAN PRESS John Tavares wasn t about to be held off the scoresheet for a second straight night. Tavares s league-leading 40th goal of the season
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 1, 2009

      John Tavares wasn't about to be held off the scoresheet for a second
      straight night. Tavares's league-leading 40th goal of the season with
      13:31 left in the third period lifted the London Knights to a 3-2
      victory over the Belleville Bulls on Saturday night in a battle of OHL
      division leaders.
      Tavares added an assist on Phil Varone's power-play goal earlier in the
      third period, giving him 14 goals and eight assists in nine games since
      joining the Knights in a blockbuster trade with the Oshawa Generals at
      the OHL trade deadline.
      Tavares had been held without a point in London's 3-2 loss to the
      Kingston Frontenacs on Friday. The Oakville, Ont., native leads the OHL
      in scoring with 76 points, seven ahead of Belleville's Eric Tangradi,
      who scored his 31st goal for the Bulls on Saturday.

      In other OHL action Saturday, it was: Erie 5 Guelph 2; Brampton 5
      Peterborough 1; Mississauga 7 Plymouth 4; Saginaw 5 Sault Ste. Marie 2;
      Niagara 4 Barrie 3; and Sudbury at Owen Sound.
      At Belleville, Ont., Varone finished with a pair of goals to pace the
      Knights (37-11-0-2), while Daryl Borden preserved the win with a 32-save
      Nick Palmeiri added a goal for the Bulls (34-14-2-2), who saw their
      season-high eight-game winning streak come to an end.
      Mike Murphy stopped 30 shots in defeat for Belleville.

      Otters 5 Storm 2
      At Erie, Pa., Andrew Yogan broke a 2-2 tie with just under six minutes
      remaining as the Otters beat Guelph.
      Ryan O'Reilly, Mike Cazzola, Zack Torquato and Luke Gazdic scored for
      Erie (26-23-2-0), which has won three in a row.
      Peter Holland and Ryan Baldwin found the net for the Storm (27-18-2-3).

      Battalion 5 Petes 1
      At Peterborough, Ont., Cody Hodgson had two short-handed goals and two
      assists to lead Brampton past the Petes.
      Jason Dale and Kenny Peroff had a goal and assist each for the Battalion
      (33-14-1-1), winners of nine straight games, while Matt Duchene also
      scored. Hodgson's first short-handed goal 7:55 into the third period
      sparked a four-goal outburst and proved to be the winner.
      Ryan Spooner had the lone goal for Peterborough (20-30-0-2), losers of
      three in a row.

      Majors 7 Whalers 4
      At Plymouth, Mich., Jared Gomes scored three goals and added two assists
      as Mississauga downed the Whalers.
      The Majors (26-21-1-2) also had two goals from Ryan Lopes, while Jesse
      Messier and Kale Kerbashian added singles.
      Plymouth (24-22-5-0) had two goals from Ryan Hayes, while Tyler Seguin
      and Michal Jordan each had a goal and an assist.

      Spirit 5 Greyhounds 2
      At Saginaw, Mich., Kyle Bochek scored twice to help the Spirit hand
      Sault Ste. Marie its seventh straight loss.
      T.J. Brodie had a goal and two assists, Jack Combs scored and added an
      assist, and Daniel Pachis also scored for Saginaw (29-17-0-3).
      James Livingston and Kyle DeCoste replied for the Greyhounds

      IceDogs 4 Colts 3
      At Barrie, Ont., Drew Schiestel's goal with 5:47 left in regulation
      capped a four-goal third period for Niagara in a come-from-behind win
      over the Colts.
      Trailing 3-0 with less than 14 minutes remaining, the IceDogs
      (21-21-4-5) got a pair of goals from Chris DeSousa, the second of which
      tied the score with 7:09 left. Zac Jones added a goal and an assist for
      his first career OHL points.
      Alex Hutchings, Darren Archibald and Ryan Gottschalk scored for Barrie
      (21-26-3-1), which lost despite outshooting the IceDogs 48-32.

      Attack 9 Wolves 4
      At Owen Sound, Ont., Garrett Wilson scored three goals and added an
      assist as the Attack scored five straight goals in the third period to
      down Sudbury.
      Joey Hishon had a goal and four assists, Marcus Caroll and Mike Lomas
      had a goal and an assist each, while Keevin Cutting, David Kolomatis and
      Joe Vanni added goals for Owen Sound (20-19-6-5), which is on a
      four-game winning streak.
      Matt Dias and Akim Aliu both scored twice for the Wolves (21-23-2-4).
      The start of the game was delayed until 9:10 ET due to problems with
      Sudbury's bus.
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