Colts keep rolling

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The Barrie Colts may or may not be the best Ontario Hockey League team of the past decade, but they are certainly doing their best to play like it.

Taylor Carnevale scored two goals last night as the Colts thumped the Niagara Ice Dogs 6-1 at St. Catharines for their 17th victory in a row.

That is the longest OHL winning streak since Plymouth won 17 in a row in the 1999-2000 season. The Eastern Conference-leading Colts haven't lost since a 4-3 shootout defeat to the Sarnia Sting back on Oct. 22.

Colin Behenna, Bryan Cameron, Alex Hutchings and Kyle Clifford also scored for Barrie, which improved to 25-4-1 and pulled nine points clear of the idle Mississauga St. Michael's Majors for first overall in the conference.

Reg Traccitto had the lone IceDogs goal.

OTTERS 3, STING 2

At Erie, Pa., Anthony Luciani was the lone successful shootout scorer in six tries.

Zack Torquato and Derek Holden had the Erie goals while Tyler Peters had both goals for Sarnia in the second period.

ATTACK 5, BULLS 3

At Belleville, Garrett Wilson and Jason Wilson scored 39 seconds apart in the third period to break a 3-3 tie.

For Jason Wilson, it was his second of the game. Michael Curtis netted a pair for the Bulls.

GREYHOUNDS 4, WHALERS 1

At Plymouth, Mich., Robin Lehner stopped 48 of 49 shots and Brett Thompson turned in a three-point night for the Sault, which broken open a close game with three unanswered third-period goals.

Jacob Muzzin, Jordan Nolan and Brock Beukeboom also tallied for the Greyhounds while Michal Jordan replied for the home side.

KNIGHTS 5, SPIRIT 2

At Saginaw, Mich., Maple Leafs prospect Nazem Kadri scored twice in the second period to lift the Knights to their seventh win in the past eight games.

Jared Knight collected a goal and two assists for London, which avenged a 3-2 loss in Saginaw in mid-November.


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