The Trenton Golden Hawks opened 2019 with a win.
In a rare cross border match up with the Buffalo Jr. Sabres, the home team came away with a 2-0 victory.
Dylan McMahon opened the scoring 6:10 into the second period. Griffin Fox and Samuel Duchesne nabbed the helpers.
A scary moment for Golden Hawks fans and staff when Anand Oberoi needed to be helped off the ice after making a save around the midway point of the third.
Benjamin Allard-Robitaille came in in relief for the final 8:08 minutes.
The Golden Hawks responded by netting the insurance goal seven seconds later. Captain Peter Falivena beat Jeremy Forman to make it a 2-0 game.
Trenton outshot Buffalo 38-28.
The Golden Hawks are off again until next Friday when they face the Kingston Voyageurs at the Duncan Memorial Community Centre.
The Wellington Dukes nabbed two points of their own on Friday night when they faced the Pickering Panthers.
The game was scoreless until the midway point of the third period when Ben Woodhouse beat Tenner Sheppard.
That goal opened the flood gates as Tyson Gilmour and Daniel Panetta both found the back of the net before the end of the game.
Riley Girard responded with 15 seconds left in the game to ruin the shutout Logan Bateman was working towards for a final score of 3-1.
The Dukes are off until next Friday when they face the Whitby Fury.
In Jr. C action the Napanee Raiders beat Port Perry 3-0.