67’s balanced attack beats Fronts 6-2

By: Barre Campbell –
Photo: Robert Lefebrve – IceLevel Photography

It was a full team game by the Ottawa 67’s to get the win against the division leading Kingston Frontenacs on the road. The 67’s offence was on fire for a second straight game and had 6 goals, all of which were from different players.

After a close first period, Ottawa was all offence in the 2nd period, chasing Kingston goaltender Lucas Peressini at 6:02 in the period, scoring 3 unanswered to make it 4-2. The goals came from Graham, Salituro and Tyanulin.

Kingston got into penalty trouble in the third period with 4 penalties, allowing the 67’s to keep the pressure on through a large portion of the period.  Goals in the third period came from Falkovsky and a open net goal by Mallette to seal the game in favour of the 67’s. 

Goaltender Leo Lazarev had his 2nd straight win, posting a 0.931 save percentage, allowing 2 goals on 29 shots. 

Next up for the 67’s, they host the Sarnia Sting on Friday night at TD Place Arena at 7 p.m. and the Guelph Storm on Saturday at 1 p.m. 

Tickets are available here, or by calling 613-232-6767, x1.

Youth hockey players in the Ottawa-Gatineau region can obtain free tickets to any 67’s regular-season home game through the 67’s Prospects program. Visit the 67’s Prospects website for details, or call 613-232-6767, x1.


Ottawa 67’s 6, Kingston Frontenacs 2
(at Rogers K-Rock Centre)

67’s goals: Sam Studnicka (10), Connor Graham (2), Dante Salituro (16), Artur Tyanulin (5), Stepan Falkovksy (7), Trent Mallette (6)

Frontenacs goals: Ryan Cranford (5), Jason Robertson (5)

Multi-point games: 67’s –  Dante Salituro (1-1), Addison (0-2), Travis Konecny (0-2), Artur Tyanulin (1-1), Sam Studnicka (1-1)

Goaltenders: 67’s – Leo Lazarev (W, 9-5-0-0; 29 shots, 27 saves); Frontenacs – Lucas Peressini (L, 10-6-1-1; 15-11), Jeremy Helvig (6:02 of second, 12-11)

Power Play: 67’s: 1-5; Frontenacs 0-4

Shots on goal: 67’s 27 ;  Frontenacs 29

Upcoming 67’s games: Friday, November 27 vs. Sarnia Sting, 7 p.m., Arena at TD Place; Saturday, November 28 vs. Guelph Storm, 1 p.m., Arena at TD Place; Friday, December 4 at Kitchener Rangers, 7:30 p.m., Kitchener Memorial Auditorium

Ottawa record: 14-9-1-0

Ottawa record at home: 5-3-0-0

Ottawa record on road: 9-6-1-0

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