Zayde Wisdom scored twice as the Kingston Frontenacs overcame a two-goal deficit to defeat the Peterborough Petes 6-3 in OHL play Thursday night.
The Petes scored the game's first two goals before the Frontenacs rallied with five of their own to go ahead 5-2 just before the midway point of the third period.
In other action, it was: Barrie Colts 8, Owen Sound Attack 0; Mississauga Steelheads 3, North Bay Battalion 2; Erie Otters 4, Niagara IceDogs 3; and Windsor Spitfires 5, Sarnia Sting 2.
At Peterborough, Ont., Shane Wright added a goal and two assists for Kingston (21-9-3-0). Francesco Arcuri, Lucas Peric and Martin Chromiak had the others.
Chase Stillman, Emmett Sproule and Sam Alfano scored for the Petes (12-21-2-0).
Colts 8, Attack 0
At Barrie, Ont., Beau Jelsma, with three goals, and Ethan Cardwell, with two, led the way offensively for the Colts (20-9-3-0). Mack Guzda stopped 24 shots for the shutout. Corbin Votary made 23 saves for Owen Sound (15-15-1-2).
Steelheads 3, Battalion 2
At North Bay, Ont., Kasper Larsen's goal at 18:12 of the third proved to be the winner for Mississauga (25-8-1-3). Owen Beck and Charlie Callaghan had the others. Dalyn Wakely and Brandon Coe scored for the Battalion (19-14-3-3).
Otters 4, IceDogs 3
At St. Catharines, Ont., Brendan Hoffmann's goal early in the third proved to be the winner for Erie (13-18-1-2). Connor Lockhart scored twice for the winners. Daniel Michaud, Anthony Agostinelli and Aidan Castle replied for the IceDogs (10-19-1-1).
Spitfires 5, Sting 2
At Sarnia, Ont., Matthew Maggio scored twice to pace the Spitfires (19-11-2-2). Alex Christopoulos, Will Cuylle and Jacob Maillet had the other goals. Nolan Burke and Nolan DeGurse scored for the Sting (14-14-3-1).
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 27, 2022.
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