Friday Scoreboard


Owen Sound edges Sarnia 4-3. Joseph Blandisi found the back of the net for the first time this season in the opening period and grabbed his second goal of the season in the second frame. All three goals for the Sting came in the second period. Blandisi was named the first star of the game.

Plymouth falls to Guelph 5-4. The Storm scored four times in the third period to steal the game from the Whalers. Garrett Meurs did not factor in the game offensively for Plymouth and ended the contest with a minus one rating. The winning goal for Guelph came with five seconds left in regulation. Plymouth was 2-for-5 on the power play.

London hammers Windsor 8-2. The Knights had a four goal barrage in the third period. London dominated the play and it shows in the 43-22 shot advantage. Michael Clarke was even for the game. Windsor has dropped back-to-back games.


Shawinigan trims Drummondville 4-3. The winning tally for the Cataractes came on a power play in the later stages of the third period. For his effort, Dillon Donnelly was credited with two hits in the game and was penalized for roughing early in the second period. Shawinigan has won two straight. Donnelly was minus two.


Swift Current throttles Saskatoon 10-1. The Broncos scored seven times in the second period. Swift Current was a perfect 5-for-5 on the power play. One of those goals was a result of a hooking penalty by Duncan Siemens in the second period. The Memorial Cup hosts are off to a 2-4 start.

Kamloops scores five times in the third period, dumps Seattle 7-2. Colin Smith opened the game's scoring with his third goal of the season in the first period. He ended up scoring one of two power play goals for the Blazers. Kamloops is off to a quick start and has won four of their first five games.

Prince George doubles up Kelowna 6-3. The Cougars started off well with five first period goals. Troy Bourke assisted on two of the goals, including a power play tally. Things got a bit ugly late in the third period with a couple of fights and three game misconducts. Bourke was not involved.