Sunday...October 15 2011 at 11:10 PM
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Can the Voyageurs extend their winning streak to four at the expense of the Chargers?
Will the Vipers 'sprint' away for the Stars?
Can the Wings overcome two straight shutouts and dull the Blades?
Will the Fury have much trouble with the Rangers?
Can the Cougars turn the tables on the Raiders and even the head-to-head contests?
Will the Hurricanes get the better of the Flyers in their third meeting of the season?
Can the hometown Cougars finish the weekend in style with a win over Toronto?
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|October 16 2011, 12:45 AM |
Kingston 6 At Mississauga 3
Peterborough 2 At Vaughan 5
Oakville 5 At Hamilton 3
Whitby 5 At North York 2
Georgetown 4 At Burlington 2
Orangeville 2 At Newmarket 6
Cobourg 4 At Toronto 5
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|October 16 2011, 10:47 PM |
Steve McParland had two leading the Vees to a 6-2 victory over the Chargers. Kingston scored two shorthanded in this one.
Robert Ward had the hat trick and five points as the Vipers took care of the Stars 6-2.
Braedan Russell had two to lead the Blades over the Wings 4-0. Michael Stiliadis got the shutout stopping 21. Only two minor penalties.
In Whitby's 5-1 win over North York Devin Shore had two unassisted goals shorthanded less than three minutes apart in the third. He also had two assists.
The Raiders completed a two-game sweep over Burlington winning 7-2. Brendan Woods had three goals and six points.
Tyson LeBlanc had a pair to lead the Hurricanes over the Flyers 5-1.
Evan Jasper had two for Cobourg as they bested the J.C.'s 5-2.
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