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OHL Roundup: Dickinson has 4-point game as Guelph beats Owen Sound 6-3

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SUDBURY, Ont. - Jason Dickinson had a four-point game as the Guelph Storm defeated the Owen Sound Attack 6-3 in Ontario Hockey League play Monday.

Dickinson scored twice and added two assists for the league-leading Storm (46-10-3), which led 3-0 after the first period.

Scott Kosmachuk also scored a pair for Guelph, with Robby Fabbri and Kerby Rychel adding singles.

Kyle Hope scored two for the Attack (26-26-7), and Holden Cook chipped in a goal.

Guelph got 33 saves in net from Matthew Mancina. Owen Sound's Jack Flinn meanwhile stopped 27 shots.

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OTTERS 3 WOLVES 2

SUDBURY, Ont. — Andre Burakovsky scored in the third period to move Erie ahead for good against the Wolves.

Spencer Abraham and Joel Wigle also scored for the Otters (44-13-2).

Evan de Haan and Nicholas Baptiste replied for Sudbury (30-20-9), which lost its third straight.

Otters goaltender Oscar Dansk made 22 saves, while at the other end of the ice Franky Palazzese stopped 25 shots.

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