The Wellington Dukes needed overtime to get past the Kingston Voyageurs last night.
Ben Roger opened the scoring for the Dukes in the middle frame, scoring a short handed goal in front of the home crowd to take a 1-0 lead.
Kingston would tie things up before the period ended to make it 1-1 at the end of 40 minutes of play.
The third saw neither team able to bulge the twine, sending the teams to overtime.
Brett Humberstone put the game away 42 seconds later, getting the puck behind Voyageurs netminder Alexei Masanko.
Wellington were 0 for 2 on the power play and had 22 minutes in penalties on 7 infractions including Coach John Druce getting a bench minor at the end of the game.
In other Jr. A action, the Trenton Golden Hawks were taken down by the Cobourg Cougars last night 4-1.
Jeff Lindsay opened the scoring for the home team, as he put a short handed marker behind Cobourg keeper Dershahn Stewart.
But that was all the offense, the Golden Hawks would be able to muster as Cobourg would tie things up in the second and never looked back.
Cameron Gaylor had a chance to retake the lead for Trenton as they were awarded a penalty shot, but he couldn’t find the back of the net.
The third period was all Cougars as they scored two goals in less than two minutes to take a 3-1 lead and then sealed it with an empty net goal with eight seconds remaining in the game.
Cobourg had 26 minutes in penalties on nine infractions, while Trenton had 10 minutes on five infractions.
In Jr. C play, the Napanee Raiders defeated North Kawartha 3-2.