Dukes trim Panthers
The Wellington Dukes made their regular season home finale a winning one.
Mitchell Martan’s two goals, including the game-winner on the powerplay in the third period, pushed the Dukes to a 3-2 win over the Pickering Panthers Friday night.
Andrew Rinaldi scored the other Wellington goal, Ben Evans added two assists and Jonah Capriotti’s 34 saves earned him the win in net in what could be a potential first round playoff preview.
Wellington is on the road to Stouffville to battle the Spirit Saturday night. Game time is 7:30 p.m.
G-Hawks thumped by Patriots
The Toronto Patriots showed why they’re the best team in the OJHL this season, trouncing the Trenton Golden Hawks 10-2 at the Dunc.
Trenton stayed close through the first part of the game, but Toronto took over the game by scoring six times in the second period alone.
Caleb Boman and Steven Elliott scored for Trenton, with Kevin Stiles, Mac Lewis, Max Ewart and Stuart Harley recording assists.
The G-Hawks are home to Stouffville at 7:30 Wednesday.
Raiders set record in shutout win over Gananoque
The Napanee Raiders broke a record for most points in a Jr. C season in a 5-0 victory over the Gananoque Islanders.
The Raiders now have 75, which beats their old record of 74 points set back in 2008-09.
Kyle Hancock, Ryan Casselman, Jacob Murphy, Austin Labelle and Justynn Steven all scored for Napanee and Nicholas Nabuurs recorded a 21-save shutout