This week's key OHL matchups

RYAN PYETTE, SUN MEDIA

, Last Updated: 10:17 AM ET

Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., Barrie

With 14 straight wins, the Colts are clearly hoofing it in the right direction. But beware those cellar-dwellers, Barrie boys. Four of the Colts' five defeats this season have come to teams spending serious time in last place -- Sarnia (twice), Sudbury and Owen Sound. Niagara hasn't beaten Barrie yet, but took them to overtime on Sept. 19 and lost 2-1 on Oct. 31.

Friday, 7:11 p.m., Saginaw

It's the second in a home-and-home Michigan set that starts tonight. Plymouth's Tyler Seguin and Saginaw's Jordan Skellett are two of the OHL's best scorers but there's little need to expect an offensive explosion, especially with Whalers' Matt Hackett and Spirit's Ed Pasquale -- two of the best in the business -- potentially tending the twine.

Saturday, 7 p.m., Peterborough

The Petes' recent hot streak has them on top in the East Division. Last Friday, they took the defending Memorial Cup champs to a shootout in Windsor. Jason Missiaen made 46 saves but Spitfires Taylor Hall, Dale Mitchell and Ryan Ellis beat him in the breakaway contest.

Scoring Leaders

Not including last night's games

G A P

Taylor Hall, Wsr 23 30 53

Jordan Skellett, Sag 13 34 47

Adam Henrique, Wsr 25 20 45

Greg Nemisz, Wsr 22 21 43

Taylor Beck, Gue 15 27 42

Chris MacKinnon, Kit 15 26 41

Tyler Seguin, Ply 20 20 40

Luke Pither, Bar 20 19 39

Cam Fowler, Wsr 3 36 39


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