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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

OHL Playoffs - Day 5

Kitchener 3 Plymouth 1 - Plymouth leads series 2-1

Kitchener came out in this game trying to physically intimidate Plymouth from top to bottom. So much so that even Ryan Murphy took a roughing penalty. And it worked.

They also needed a strong performance from Brandon Maxwell in goal and got just that when he stopped 35 of 36 shots, none more important than on a penalty shot with the Rangers up 2-1. Scott Wedgewood was equally impressive in the loss stopping 45 of 47 shots.

Ryan Murphy and Tobias Rieder set up Jerry D'Amigo for the opening goal before Alex Aleardi scored unnassisted to tie it. Murphy then scored unnassisted to open the third period on the power play and Gabriel Landeskog closed it out with an empty netter, also unnassisted.

Garrett Meurs and Stefan Noesen went pointless for Plymouth.


Windsor 6 Erie 2 - Windsor leads series 2-1

No double overtime in this game as Windsor dominated on the scoreboard when they took the lead late in the second and scored three times early in the third with 3 goals in 1:02.

Ryan Ellis, Stephan Johnston and Jake Carrick all had a goal and an assist while Zack Kassian and Zack MacQueen added a pair of assists.

Ramis Sadikov stopped 28 of 33 shots for Erie while Jack Campbell stopped 30 of 32.


Guelph 7 Saginaw 3 - Guelph leads series 2-1

Brandon Foote was again solid in goal for Guelph stopping 37 of 40 shots. Draft eligible Tadeas Galansky came on in relief and allowed 2 goals on 16 shots after Mavric Parks allowed 5 goals on 19 shots.

Both Brandon Saad and Vincent Trocheck got a point for Saginaw, both assists. For Guelph, Taylor Beck had 2 goals and Michael Latta 2 goals and an assist.

Andrey Pedan added 2 more assists giving him 0 goals and 5 assists in the 3 games to date. The big Russian defenseman had 2 goals and 10 assists in 51 regular season games for Guelph.


Sudbury 5 Ottawa 3 - Sudbury leads series 2-0

Shane Prince returned to the lineup for Ottawa but it wasn't enough as the 67's offense could only muster 18 shots on Wolves goalie Alain Valiquette. Tyler Toffoli scored once ad added an assist in a losing cause.

Sudbury however, fired 53 shots at 67's goalie Petr Mrazek. Andrey Kuchin had 2 goals and an assist to lead the way. Charlie Dodero had a goal while Frank Corrado added an assist. Justin Sefton was held off the score sheet.


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