GOJHL Wrap-up: Warriors beat First Ranked CyclonesNovember 13, 2017 4:15am
Stratford 3 Listowel 0
Ruan Badenhorst made 41 saves to earn the shut out as Stratford blanked Listowel 3-0 in the GOJHL.
The Warriors scored in each period, including Sean Ross in the first, Corson Searles on the power play in the second and Connor Gregga in the third.
Kaleb Pearson set up two of the Warriors’ goals.
Stratford out shot the Cyclones 35-41.
Listowel still leads the Midwestern Conference by 4 points with a 17-4-0-0 record. The Warriors are in second with 30 points and a 15-5-0-0 record.
Waterloo 5 Guleph 2
Parker Casey scored the game winner at 8:33 of the third and the Waterloo Siskins beat the Guelph Hurricanes 5-2.
Waterloo was 1-7 on the power play and Guelph was 2-10.
Carter Tresoor led the Siskins with 2 goals and 2 assists.
Kailem Chappelle stopped 30 shots in net for the Siskins.
Kitchener 6 Brantford 5
Auston Gaboury scored with one second left on the clock to give the Kitchener Dutchmen a 6-5 win over Brantford. Gaboury also had two assists in the win.
Jacob Uridil scored the equalizer midway through the final frame.
The Dutchmen made full use of the man advantage going 2-for-2 on the power play.
Ben Morris struck twice and set up one more for Kitchener.
Elmira 6 Brampton 3
Elmira jumped out to a 3-0 lead after the first period and went on to beat Brampton 6-3.
Jeff Jordan scored twice and had an assist to lead the Sugar Kings with three points.
Tyler Mazzocato stopped 24 shots for the win.
St. Thomas 5 St. Marys 4 (2OT)
Curtis Ferreira scored the game winner 56 seconds into the second overtime to give St. Thomas a 5-4 win over St. Marys.
The Lincolns were led by Daniel Cloutier with a pair of goals including the tying goal with ten seconds left in regulation.
Tristan Lewis made 34 saves in the loss. Kodie Oude Vashaar stopped 27 shots for the Stars.