The 67's put a five-game home winning streak on the line tonight when they host the Peterborough Petes at the Civic Centre.
The 67's (8-7-1-1) have not lost at home since Oct. 8. They began their home-ice winning streak on Oct. 15 with a 6-4 victory over Sarnia.
Anthony Guadagnolo will start in net for Ottawa tonight. The second-year netminder gets his second consecutive start with No. 1 goalie Danny Battochio still on the mend with a dislocated shoulder suffered Oct. 30 in Saginaw against the Spirit.
Ottawa will also be without defenceman Elgin Reid, who aggravated a shoulder injury and missed the team's lone game last week, a 5-3 win at the Civic Centre over Windsor.
Defenceman Tyson Aitcheson also remains sidelined due to injury.
Returning for tonight's game will be overage forward Brody Todd, who has missed four games after suffering a concussion on Oct. 28 in Windsor during a fight against the Spitfires.
Rookie Jakub Petruzalek leads the 67's with 26 points (10 goals) and has at least one point in 11 of his last 12 games.
Overage forward Brad Bonello, acquired last month in a trade with Peterborough, scored twice during last Friday's 5-3 win against Windsor and has scored at least one point in five of his seven games in an Ottawa uniform.
Game time tonight is 7:30 p.m.
Following tonight's game, the 67's will play the Frontenacs on Sunday in Kingston.