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Malboeuf stops 27 shots, Hamilton Bulldogs earn another 4-0 win over Niagara Ice Dogs

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Different goaltender, same result for the Hamilton Bulldogs.

Tristan Malboeuf stopped 27 shots in his Ontario Hockey League debut Saturday night, leading Hamilton to a 4-0 victory over the Niagara Ice Dogs.

The previous night, Marco Costantini made 36 saves as the Bulldogs got past Niagara by an identical 4-0 score.

Elsewhere, it was: London Knights 5, Sarnia Sting 4 (OT); Owen Sound Attack 5, Soo Greyhounds 3; Kingston Frontenacs 3, Peterborough Petes 1; Barrie Colts 2, Mississauga Steelheads 0; and Erie Otters 4, Saginaw Spirit 2.

George Diaco led the way offensively for Hamilton (4-0) with two goals. Ryan Humphrey had a goal and two assists while Logan Morrison added a goal and an assist.

Tucker Tynan stopped 20 shots for Niagara (2-2).


London 5 Sarnia 4 (OT)

Colton Smith had three goals for London while Sean McGurn had a pair, including the winner in overtime.


Owen Sound 5 Sault Ste Marie 3

Stepan Machacek scored two goals to lead Owen Sound to its first victory of the season.


Kingston 3 Peterborough 1

Matthew Soto, Paul Ludwinski and Ethan Ritchie scored third-period goals to lead Kingston to its victory.


Barrie 2 Mississauga 0

Evan Vierling had both goals for Barrie while goaltender Matteo Lalama stopped 33 shots to earn the shutout in his OHL debut.


Erie 4 Saginaw 2.

Elias Cohen broke a 2-2 tie early in the third period and Brendan Sellan cemented the win for Erie with an empty-net goal.


This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 16, 2021.

The Canadian Press

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