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Petes Offense Explodes in Front of Largest Crowd of the Season

January 15, 2018 - Ontario Hockey League (OHL) - Peterborough Petes News Release

Peterborough, ON - Six Petes recorded multi-point nights in front of 3,580 raucous fans, as Peterborough defeated the Ottawa 67's 6-2 on home ice Saturday night.

Petes captain Logan DeNoble recorded his second career four-point night with one goal and three assists. For the second straight game, Nikita Korostelev put away two goals while earning an assist. Tampa Bay Lightning Prospect Chris Paquette tallied two markers, while Detroit Red Wings prospect Zach Gallant registered a single goal.

Semyone Der-Arguchintsev assisted on three goals. Matt Timms and Pavel Gogolev posted two assists each, while Austin Osmanski earned a single helper.

Dylan Wells posted 37 saves. Peterborough outshot Ottawa 44-39. They were 3/7 on the power play, and 5/6 on the penalty kill.

Ottawa 67's vs Peterborough Petes Box Score>

1st Period: 13:25 (PBO) Korostelev (19) (Der-Arguchintsev, DeNoble) PP. 13:59 (PBO) Paquette (11) (DeNoble, Gogolev) PP.

2nd Period: 3:44 (OTT) Clark (16) (Robertson, Chmelevski) PP.

3rd Period: 0:13 (PBO) Gallant (10) (Timms, Osmanski). 8:45 (PBO) DeNoble (19) (Korostelev, Der-Arguchintsev). 9:11 (PBO) Korostelev (20) (DeNoble, Der-Arguchintsev). 9:40 (PBO) Paquette (12) (Gogolev, Timms) PP. 18:07 (OTT) True (4) (Rippon, Bahl).

Goalies: Dylan Wells (Peterborough) - 37/39 .949 SV%. ... Olivier Tremblay (Ottawa) - 31/37, .838 SV% ... Cedrick Andree (Ottawa) - 7/7, 1.000 SV%.

The Petes head to North Bay for a matinee match up with the Battalion at 2:00pm. They'll return to the PMC on Thursday, January 18 to host the Kingston Frontenacs at 7:05pm. Game tickets are available starting at $8 through the Collins Barrow PMC Box Office, online or, by phone at (705) 743-3561.

The Peterborough Petes are the oldest continuously operating team in the Ontario Hockey League, having won nine OHL championships and one Memorial Cup championship over 61 years. The Petes have graduated over 180 players to the National Hockey League.

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