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Hockey round-up: Dec. 18, 2017

By Kayla Haggett [1]

AHL

The Belleville Sens [2] lost 2-5 at an away game versus the Binghamton Devils on Saturday. The teams were tied with one goal each going into the third period. Then, the Devils scored four goals – two of which happened within 18 seconds of each other.

The Sens play again Wednesday night against the Rochester Americans at the Blue Cross Arena.

The Sens are currently second last in the north division of the AHL with 11 wins, 14 losses, zero overtime losses and three shootout losses.

OJHL

The Wellington Dukes [3] continued a three-game losing streak after losing 2-3 against the Buffalo Jr. Sabres on Sunday. Despite this, they’re still first in the northeast conference and second overall in the league with 22 wins, six losses, and three ties. They play their next game Tuesday night versus the Lindsay Muskies.

The Trenton Golden Hawks [4] also played Sunday, where they secured a 2-0 victory against the Newmarket Hurricanes. Hawks goalie Carson Poulin shutout the Hurricanes, who had 38 shots on net. Michael Silveri and Shaun Bily scored a goal each for the Hawks in the second and third periods, respectively.

The Hawks are currently tied with Kingston for fifth place in the northeast conference and 11th overall in the league with 17 wins and 16 losses. They don’t play again until December 30 when they’ll battle the Aurora Tigers in an away game.

Finally, the Cobourg Cougars [5] scored a 4-3 win against the Whitby Fury Monday night. The Fury had a strong start in the first period with three goals, but were unable to maintain the lead in the last two periods. The Cougars will play the Georgetown Raiders Wednesday night.

OMHA

The Quinte Red Devils [6] minor midget team won 4-1 versus the Richmond Hill Coyotes on Sunday. Their next game is Thursday in Lindsay versus the Central Ontario Wolves.

They’re currently tied for second in the east division and fourth overall in the league with 15 wins, eight losses, and four ties.

 

 

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