Sault, Seguin stay on streaks

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The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds continue to roll along undefeated in the Ontario Hockey League.

James Livingston and No. 1 overall draft pick Daniel Catenacci had a goal and two assists as the Greyhounds dumped the visiting Plymouth Whalers 4-1 last night made it seven wins in seven games to start the season.

Whalers forward Tyler Seguin continued his own personal torrid start to the season, scoring his team's goal. He leads the OHL in goals, with 11, and points (18) after seven games.

KNIGHTS 5, OTTERS 4

At Erie, Pa., Steven Tarasuk scored a pair of goals, including the winner, assisted by Nazem Kadri, 3:53 into overtime.

The Otters scored twice in the third to take a 4-3 lead before Justin Taylor equalized for London.

STORM 2, ICEDOGS 1

At St. Catharines, IceDogs goalie Mark Visentin stopped 47 shots, but couldn't come up with the win as Matt Kennedy's power-play goal in the second period broke a 1-1 tie.

PETES 5, WOLVES 3

At Sudbury, Jason Missaien stopped 33 of 36 shots and Pat Daley scored the winner midway through the second period for the visiting Petes.

SPITFIRES 5, BULLS 4

At Belleville, Justin Shugg opened and closed the scoring, netting the winner in overtime.

Stephen Silas scored twice for the Bulls.

SPIRIT 3, STING 1

At Saginaw, Mich., Josh Shalla connected for a pair of goals, both on the power-play to down visiting Sarnia.

RANGERS 6, ATTACK 5

At Owen Sound, Chris McKinnon had two goals and two assists as the Rangers built up a 6-2 lead before the game was half over.

Bobby Mignardi was a two-goal scorer for Owen Sound.

COLTS 4, 67S 3

At Barrie, Taylor Carnevale scored the eventual winner on the power-play at 12:39 of the third period for the Colts.

Cody Lindsay netted a pair of goals for Ottawa.


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