11/30 Recap: Bailey ends spell

Justin Bailey ended a recent dry spell Sunday with his 15th goal of the year as Kitchener defeated Ottawa 4-2. The big winger had gone without a goal in his previous five games, and failed to record a point in his last four. Bailey has gathered an even 30 points through 24 games, while his 15 goals rank 11th on the league leader board entering December. Kitchener gets back to work Friday versus Owen Sound.

Brendan Lemieux went without a point for the second straight game in Barrie's 5-3 loss to Oshawa. Lemieux has produced 14 goals (t-2nd on team) and 22 points in 21 games. The Colts return to action Thursday when they host Mississauga.

Jean Dupuy finished with an even rating as Sault Ste. Marie came up short in a 2-1 loss to league cellar dweller Sudbury. The Greyhounds visit Windsor on Thursday.

In the WHL, Sam Reinhart notched an assist to extend his point streak to 11 games as Kootenay earned a 4-3 overtime win at Everett. Reinhart has collected six goals and 23 points to guide the ICE to a 9-2 record since returning from Buffalo. Next up for Kootenay is a Friday night tilt with Spokane.  (NOTE: Reinhart's assist was granted on Monday. This story originally stated that his streak had ended.)

In NCAA action, Max Willman logged a minus-one rating as Brown was blanked by Holy Cross 5-0. Willman has two points (1+1) in his first nine contests as a collegian. The Bears host Union on Friday.
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