11/30 Recap: Bailey produces; Petersen caps busy weekend

Justin Bailey scored his ninth goal of the season Saturday and added an assist as Kitchener downed Barrie 5-3. Bailey's helper came as Cheektowaga, NY native Frank Hora notched his first-ever OHL goal. Draft eligible forward Darby Llewellyn continued his hot hand with a hat trick for the Rangers, giving him 14 goals in 23 games this season. Kitchener battles North Bay on Sunday.



Justin Kea got into a scrap but was unable to score a point as Saginaw dropped a 5-2 decision to Oshawa. Michael Dal Colle ('14) gathered a goal and an assist for the Generals to give him 48 points (18+30) in 28 games. Saginaw gets back to work Thursday versus Windsor.

Nikita Zadorov saw his four-game point streak snapped, and Brady Austin was also held without a point as London doubled Peterborough 4-2. Draft eligible Nick Ritchie notched his 15th goal of the year for the Petes. The Knights are on off until Wednesday when they host Sault Ste. Marie.

In WHL action, Logan Nelson saw his five-game point streak come to a halt as Victoria dropped a 6-3 decision at Seattle. The Royals are back to work Tuesday versus Kootenay.

Jake McCabe posted an assist as Wisconsin was swept in their B1G series opener via a 4-3 loss at top-ranked Minnesota. Brad Navin did not record a point for the Badgers, while Christian Isackson was scratched for the second-straight game for the Gophers. Next up for the Badgers is conference set with Penn State starting Friday. Minnesota visits Michigan State on Friday.

Sean Malone earned an assist as Harvard lost 2-1 at Dartmouth. The helper gives Malone six points through 11 collegiate contests. Harvard continues their schedule Friday at Brown.

Mark Adams (+1) was inserted into the lineup while Anthony Florentino sat as Providence won the Mayor's Cup game with a 3-2 win over Brown. The Friars travel to Northeastern on Friday.

In the USHL, Cal Petersen got the nod for the third time in as many days, making 30 saves to earn his third-straight victory as Waterloo edged Sioux City 3-2. Petersen stopped 80 of 84 shots in the three victories. The Black Hawks host Tri-City on Thursday.

Connor Hurley was a team-low minus-three as Muskegon lost for the second-straight night to Green Bay 6-3. Hurley has now gone without a point in four consecutive games. The Lumberjacks take on Indiana on Friday.

In the AHL, Matt MacKenzie scored his second goal of the year and Matt Hackett stopped 26 shots as Rochester was dealt a 3-2 loss at Toronto. Jamie Tardif scored the other Amerks goal, while Johan Larsson captured an assist to give him points in three straight games. The Amerks return to action Wednesday versus Utica.



In ECHL action, Jonathan Parker scored for the second-straight night as Colorado lost in overtime 4-3 to Ontario. The two clubs get back at it on Sunday.

Colin Jacobs finished plus-one with three shots on goal as Elmira got past Cincinnati 2-1. The Jackals are off until Friday when they host Fort Wayne.

Andrey Makarov was given the night off, and Shawn Szydlowski skated even as Fort Wayne defeated Florida 4-2. The Komets visit Elmira on Friday.


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