Warriors end slide in Listowel
Stratford snaps threegame losing streak with shutout of Cyclones
The Stratford Warriors picked an improbable place to end their three-game losing streak.
Stratford blanked Listowel 3-0 Sunday afternoon, handing the first-place Cyclones their first loss at home this season.
The Warriors now trail Listowel by four points with a game in hand.
Sean Ross, Corson Searles and Connor Gregga scored in the win. Kaleb Pearson had two assists.
Ruan Badenhorst made 41 saves for his first shutout. The 19-yearold has a 2.59 goals-against average and .923 save percentage.
Cyclones goalie Max Wright stopped 32 shots.
Stratford went 1-for-8 with the man advantage and killed off seven power plays.
Both teams are off until Friday, with the Warriors hosting Brantford and the Cyclones welcoming Guelph. Puck drop is 7:30 p.m.
Curtis Ferreira scored 56 seconds into the second overtime to give the St. Thomas Stars a 5-4 win over the St. Marys Lincolns Sunday afternoon.
Adam Keyes and Kevin Hu each had a goal and two assists in the win. Jake Robinson and Ryan Bangs had the other goals.
Kodie Oude Vashaar made 27 saves.
Daniel Cloutier scored twice for the Lincolns. Clayton Lewis and Tyson Kielt each had a goal and assist.
Tristan Lewis stopped 34 shots. St. Thomas went 1-for-5 on the power play, and St. Marys was 0-for-2.
The Tavistock Braves finished three games in three days with a third straight win, beating the Delhi Travellers 7-2 Saturday night.
Tanner Johnson scored twice in the win. Josh Borys, Cole Corriveau, Zac Berg and Tayler Trachsel each had a goal and assist, while Jake Wiffen added a single marker.
Brody Oliver and Liam O’Dette had two assists apiece.
Jensen Van Boekel made 18 saves. The Braves improved to 14-1-0-2 and are third in the Doherty Division.
Austin Forsyth and Brady Reid scored for Delhi. Richard Little stopped 30 of 37 shots.
Tavistock went 2-for-6 on the
power play, and Delhi went 1-for3.
The Kincardine Bulldogs blanked the Mitchell Hawks 3-0 Sunday afternoon.
Jordan Caskanette, Joshua Traynor and Keegan Angel scored in the win. Craig Luinstra stopped 28 shots for the shutout.
Tyler Parr made 26 saves for the Hawks.
Mitchell went 0-for-3 on the power play, and Kincardine was 2-for-4.
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