67\\"s Bat Away Battalion in OT

Ottawa 67's

October 12, 2017 - Ontario Hockey League (OHL) - Ottawa 67's

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OTTAWA - The 67's came out on the winning end of a back-and-forth affair in North Bay on Thursday night, downing the Battalion 4-3 in overtime.

The two teams traded goals all night long, with the 67's taking the lead early only to have the Battalion tie things up three times throughout the game. But it was Ottawa who scored the final goal of the contest, with Mathieu Foget scoring his second of the game just 25 seconds into overtime.

The 67's got the early lead when Foget scored his first of the night and third of the year before the game was seven minutes old. It wouldn't last long though as Daniel Walker scored for North Bay just 12 seconds later to even things up.

The game would stay tied until the second period when Kody Clark gave Ottawa the lead back at the 12:58 mark. Once again, the Battalion pulled even as Brandon Coe notched his first of the year with three minutes to go in the middle frame. The teams would trade goals once more in regulation as Graeme Clarke scored for Ottawa before Justin Brazeau's goal for North Bay forced overtime.

Olivier Tremblay got the win in goal for Ottawa, turning away 27 of 30 shots.

Ottawa returns to action Friday night in Sudbury before closing out the weekend road trip in Sault Ste. Marie.

GAME NOTES:

The 67's are back at TD Place on October 20 when they host the Oshawa Generals with legendary former Barber Pole Bobby Smith in attendance. Ottawa has scored 10 goals in their last three games. Mathieu Foget led the 67's with five shots in North Bay. Both teams cashed in on a powerplay opportunity on Thursday, with Ottawa going 1-4 and North Bay going 1-7.

67's single-game tickets start at $12 and are available at Ottawa67s.com/Single-Game-Tickets, by calling 613.232.6767 or in person at The Box Office at TD Place. All minor hockey players part of the 67's Prospect Program get in for FREE. For more information on the 67's Prospect Program click here .

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