Kennedy keys Storm victory

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One night after beating John Tavares' current team, the Guelph Storm took care of his former team.

Matt Kennedy scored twice in a 96-second span around the second intermission as the Storm thumped the Oshawa Generals 5-2 in Ontario Hockey League action at the General Motors Centre.

It was the second win in as many nights for the Storm, who overcame a Taveras hat trick on Friday night to beat the Knights in a shootout. For Oshawa, the loss snuffed out a modest two-game winning streak.

The two goals for Kennedy gives him 22 on the season. He has six goals and six assists in his past seven games.

Tyler Carroll, Ryan Baldwin and Michael Latta had he other Guelph goals while Calvin de Haan and Brett Valiquette replied for the Gens.

67'S 6, PETES 3

At Peterborough, the 67's erased a 2-1 Petes lead with three quick goals in the first 3:02 of the third period to even their season series at two wins apiece.

Corey Cowick led the way for Ottawa with two goals and two assists while Tyler Toffoli, Thomas Kiriakou, Logan Couture and Riley Sonnenburg each notched singles.

Zack Kassian, Tony Romano and Justin Larson scored for the Petes.

SPITFIRES 6, COLTS 1

At Windsor, Mark Cundari scored a pair of goals for the Spits while Taylor Hall added another to increase his scoring lead to four points over Tavares and Justin DiBenedetto of the Sarnia Sting.

STING 4, OTTERS 3

At Erie, Pa., rookie defenceman Daniel Broussard -- with his first goal in 42 games -- and Jamie Arniel connected in a span of 23 seconds in the third period to pull out the win for Sarnia.

BULLS 7, GREYHOUNDS 1

At Belleville, the Bulls blitzed the visitors with four unanswered goals to up their lead in the Eastern Conference to six points over the idle Brampton Battalion.

Eric Tangradi, who played for the U.S. at the world, scored two for the Bulls, as did Bryan Cameron.

WHALERS 5, ATTACK 0

At Plymouth, Mich., Matt Hackett made 37 save for his second shutout in five games while Chris Terry scored twice for the Whalers, who extended their win streak to three games. Matt Caria had three assists.


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