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Costantini stops 36 shots to lead the Hamilton Bulldogs past Niagara IceDogs 4-0

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Marco Costantini stopped 36 shots to lead the Hamilton Bulldogs to a 4-0 win over the Niagara IceDogs in OHL action Friday night.

Mark Duarte, George Diaco, Avery Hayes and Jonathan Melee had the goals for Hamilton (3-0).

Josh Rosenzweig stopped 22 shots for Niagara (2-1).

In other action, it was: Kingston Frontenacs 5, Sudbury Wolves 4; North Bay Battalion 7, Mississauga Steelheads 1; Oshawa Generals 4, Ottawa 67's 1; Soo Greyhounds 4, Guelph Storm 2; Kitchener Rangers 5, Sarnia Sting 1; and London Knights 5, Windsor Spitfires 1.

Duarte opened the scoring at 2:24 of the first before Diaco put Hamilton ahead 2-0 at 17:14. Hayes had the Bulldogs' third goal at 11:46 of the second before Melee completed the scoring at 2:11 of the third by converting a penalty shot while shorthanded.


Kingston Frontenacs 5, Sudbury Wolves 4

At Kingston, Ont., Jordan Frasca scored twice for the Frontenacs (2-2) but Matthew Soto's second-period goal proved to be the winner as Sudbury scored three times in the third, with Ethan Larmard netting two of them.


North Bay Battalion 7, Mississauga Steelheads 1

At North Bay, Ont., Mitchell Russell led the way for the Battalion (3-1) with two goals and two assists while James Hardie had the lone goal for Mississauga (1-1).


Oshawa Generals 4, Ottawa 67's 1
At Ottawa, Ryan Stepien had two goals for Oshawa (1-2-0-1) while goaltender Patrick Leaver stopped 24 shots.


Soo Greyhounds 4, Guelph Storm 2

At Guelph, Ont., Bryce McConnell-Barker scored the winner in the second period and added an assist for the Greyhounds (3-1).


Kitchener Rangers 5, Sarnia Sting 1

At Kitchener, Ont., Reid Valade scored twice and added an assist to lead the way for the Rangers (3-0).


London Knights 5, Windsor Spitfires 1

At London, Ont., Colton Smith scored two goals, including the eventual game-winner in the second period for the Knights (4-0).

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct, 15, 2021.

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