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Turns out the London Knights didn't miss Nazem Kadri, after all.

With their star centre and leading scorer off to Regina for the Canadian world junior camp, the Knights continued their recent assault of Ontario Hockey League goalies last night with a 7-3 romp over the visiting Guelph Storm.

The Knights now have won five in a row and scored 31 times in that streak.

Justin Taylor netted a hat trick for the winners while Jared Knight, with two, Leigh Salters and Philip McRae also scored.

And speaking of hot, Mathew Sisca followed up his four-goal performance Friday with two more last night, giving the little centre 16 for the season.

ICEDOGS 4, PETES 3

At St. Catharines, Marco Insam capped a three-goal, third-period comeback for the IceDogs.

Down 3-1 after two periods, Andrew Shaw and Andrew Agozzino pulled Niagara even before Insam netted the winner with just his fifth of the year. The Italian import scored 23 last season as a rookie.

WOLVES 4, BULLS 1

At Sudbury, the Wolves scored three unanswered goals in the third period to wrap up a season-high fourth consecutive victory.

Eric O'Dell, captain John Kurtz, Kyle Tarini and Marcus Foligno with an empty-netter shared the Sudbury scoring while Michael Curtis replied for the Bulls, who have lost seven in a row.

WHALERS 8, SPIRIT 0

At Plymouth, Mich. Maple Leafs pick Jamie Devane, known more for his size and toughness, scored his second and third goals of the season to lead the Whalers.

Scott Wedgewood made 35 saves for his first OHL shutout.

COLTS 4, 67'S 1

At Barrie, Kyle Clifford scored twice as the Eastern Conference leaders made it 26 wins in 31 games, despite being outshot 35-25. Alexander Burmistrov and Alex Hutchings also scored for the Colts.

Tyler Toffoli was the lone Ottawa player to beat Barrie goalie Peter Di Salvo.

OTTERS 3, STING 2

At Sarnia, rookie winger Stephen Genua scored his second and third goals of the season as the Otters ended a two-game losing streak.

FRONTENACS 7, ATTACK 3

At Owen Sound, Taylor Doherty and Mitch Lebar each scored twice as the Fronts cruised after building up a 5-0 lead heading into the third.


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