Cade Robinson of the Owen Sound Attack. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images.

OHL: Cade Robinson leads Attack to victory

Owen Sound 5 Barrie 1

Cade Robinson struck twice to lead the Owen Sound Attack to a 5-1 win over Barrie.

Robinson opened the scoring midway through the first. Ben Hawerchuk answered for the Colts with less than 90 second remaining in the opening frame. Adam McMaster’s short handed goal with seven seconds left in the first would stand as the game winner.

Manuel Alberg gave the Attack some insurance eight minutes into the second. Robinson’s second of the game came on the power play at 13:23 of the middle frame.

Kaleb Pearson rounded out the Attack’s scoring with a power play goal less than four minutes into the third.

Mack Guzda earned the win with 17 saves. Jet Greaves turned aside 31 of the 36 shots he faced.

Guelph 5 London 1

The Knights let a one goal lead slip, falling 5-1 to Guelph.

London’s Alex Formenton made it a 1-0 game late in the opening period and the Knights maintained that lead until 15:20 of the second when Nate Schnarr put the Storm on the board.

Dmitri Samorukov scored the go-ahead goal less than two minutes into the third and Liam Hawel’s power play goal six minutes later gave the Storm some insurance.

Schnarr led Guelph with two goals including a power play goal of his own at 12:28 of the final frame. Domenico Commisso also scored with the man advantage less than half a minute later.

Guelph went 3-for-7 with the man advantage. Nico Daws earned the win with 30 saves.

Kitchener 6 Erie 3

Riley Damiani had a hat trick to lead Kitchener to a 6-3 win over Erie.

Cole Cameron and Rickard Hugg also had three point nights, setting up three.

Joseph Garreffa extended his points streak to 13 games with a goal and an assist.

Alexey Lipanov and Jonathan Yantsis also scored for the Rangers.