OHL Roundup: Petrov has hat trick as Battalion best Petes 7-4 in season opener


NORTH BAY, Ont. – Matvey Petrov had a hat trick to lead the North Bay Battalion past the Peterborough Petes 7-4 on Thursday to kick off the Ontario Hockey League season.

Brandon Coe scored twice and added two assists for North Bay (1-0-0), while Josh Currie and Kyle Jackson rounded out the attack.

Joe Vrbetic made 23 saves in net for the win.

J.R. Avon had a goal and an assist for Peterborough (0-1-0), while Tucker Robertson, Emmett Sproule, and Sam Alfano also found the back of the net.

Goalie Tye Austin stopped 31-of-37 shots for the Petes.

The Battalion went 2 for 6 on the power play and Peterborough was 2 for 9 with the man advantage.


WINDSOR, Ont. — Nolan Burke and Theo Hill had two goals apiece as Sarnia downed the Spitfires.

Ryder McIntyre and Nolan Dann had the other goals for the Sting (1-0-0)

Pasquale Zito had back-to-back goals for Windsor (0-1-0)


BARRIE, Ont. — Pano Fimis scored and added an assist to lead Niagara past the Colts.

Danil Gushchin had the eventual winner for the IceDogs (1-0-0), while Aidan Castle and Juan Copeland chipped in as well.

Oskar Olausson was the lone scorer for Barrie (0-1-0).

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 7, 2021.


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