Series of Unfortunate Events Downs Petes in Mississauga
(Peterborough, ON) - After a strange turn of events in Friday's game in Mississauga, the Steelheads took a 2-0 season series lead with a 4-3 overtime win over the Petes.
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Pavel Gogolev opened scoring for the Petes in the first period. In the second frame, rookie defenceman Gleb Babintsev scored his first OHL goal, followed by a marker by Chris Paquette.
The Petes appeared to win the game in overtime, but the teams were called back to their benches after the play was ruled offside. The Steelheads netted the game winner 14 seconds later.
Gogolev, Zach Gallant, Austin Osmanski, Brady Hinz, and Nick Robertson each tallied single assists. Dylan Wells turned away 34 of 38 shots.
Peterborough trailed 38-28 on the shot clock. They were 0/1 on the power play, and 2/4 on the penalty kill.
Mississauga Steelheads vs Peterborough Petes
13:49 (PBO) Gogolev (18) (Gallant, Osmanski)
19:03 (MISS) Hague (24) (Tippett, Foget) PP
3:00 (MISS) Fox (15) (R. McLeod, Hague)
10:51 (PBO) Babintsev (1) (Hinz, Gogolev)
14:42 (PBO) Paquette (13) (Robertson)
15:25 (MISS) R. McLeod (16) (Vella) PP
2:38 (MISS) R. McLeod (17) (Hague, M. McLeod)
Dylan Wells (Peterborough) 34/38 .895 SV%
Emanuel Vella (Mississauga) 25/28 .893 SV%
The Petes are back in action on Sunday, January 28 as they head to the Limestone City to face off against the Frontenacs at 4:00pm. They'll be back at home for two games next week - Thursday, February 1 at 7:05pm against the Hamilton Bulldogs, and Saturday, February 8 at 7:05pm against the Oshawa Generals. Select tickets are still available for all remaining home games by visiting the PMC Collins Barrow Box Office online, in person, or by phoning (705) 743-3561.
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