2019 OHL Cup Powered by Under Armour Day 2 Summary


Toronto, ON – After the Waterloo Wolves defeated the Mississauga Senators 3-1 to claim the 20th and final spot at the 2019 OHL Cup Powered by Under Armour, round-robin action continued Wednesday with 16 games on the schedule.

Day 2 action was headlined by a pair of 3-0-0 clubs in the GTHL Finalist Don Mills Flyers and Toronto Marlboros. An additional three teams sport 2-0-0 records in the Detroit Little Caesars, Halton Hurricanes and Toronto Red Wings while the Brantford 99ers are also undefeated, winning their lone game thus far. Standings

The two-day scoring race features Wyatt Johnston (Toronto Marlboros) leading all players with eight points (3-5–8) over three games while teammates Marc Boudreau (4-3–7) and Logan Mailloux (0-7–7) join Don Mills Flyers forwards Shane Wright (3-4–7) and Francesco Arcuri (3-4–7) with seven. Player stats

In goal, six different netminders have recorded shutouts including Zak Brice (Detroit Little Caesars), Matteo Drobac (Halton Hurricanes), Samuel Moncada (Toronto Red Wings), Michael Simpson (London Jr. Knights), Anson Thornton (Don Mills Flyers) and Ben West (Toronto Marlboros). Goalie stats

Here’s a quick overview of Wednesday’s action:

2019 OHL Cup Powered by Under Armour Round-Robin Results:

Wednesday March 13, 2019

Wild Card Game 7: Waterloo Wolves 3 vs. Mississauga Senators 1
Waterloo MVP – Jake McDonald (F) – 2G
Senators MVP – Braeden Kressler (F) – 1G
Recap – Stats

Game 5: Team NOHA 4 vs. Kitchener Jr. Rangers 1

NOHA MVP – Devon Savignac (F) – 1G, 1A
Kitchener MVP – Marko Sikic (F) – 1A
Recap – Stats

Game 6: Detroit Little Caesars 3 vs. Windsor Jr. Spitfires 0

Little Caesars MVP – Zak Brice (G) – 23 SV, SO
Windsor MVP – Ethan Handley (G) – 28 SV
Recap – Stats

Game 7: Halton Hurricanes 3 vs. TPH Hockey 0

Halton MVP – Matteo Drobac (G) – 29 SV, SO
TPH Hockey MVP – Logan Heroux (D)
Recap – Stats

Game 8: Toronto Nationals 5 vs. North York Rangers 0

Nationals MVP – Ikky Kogawa (F) – 3G
North York MVP – Luca Rea (F)
Recap – Stats

Game 9: Quinte Red Devils 3 vs. Thunder Bay Kings 2

Quinte MVP – Daniel Michaud (F) – 1G
Thunder Bay MVP – Shaymus Stevenson (F) – 1A
Recap – Stats

Game 10: Toronto Marlboros 6 vs. London Jr. Knights 1

Marlboros MVP – Tucker Robertson (F) – 2G
London MVP – Michael Simpson (G) – 41 SV
Recap – Stats

Game 11: Detroit Little Caesars 6 vs. York-Simcoe Express 2

Little Caesars MVP – Nikita Tarasevich (F) – 2G
York-Simcoe MVP – Kaleb Nelson (F) – 1G
Recap – Stats

Game 12: Don Mills Flyers 8 vs. North Central Predators 3

Don Mills MVP – Paul Christopoulos (D) – 2G, 1A
North Central MVP – Coulter Taylor (G) – 46 SV
Recap – Stats

Game 13: Whitby Wildcats 3 vs. Team NOHA 1

Whitby MVP – Sebastian Resar (G) – 18 SV
NOHA MVP – Benjamin Gaudreau (G) – 20 SV
Recap – Stats

Game 14: Toronto Red Wings 4 vs. Mississauga Rebels 1

Red Wings MVP – Adam Fantilli (F) – 1G, 1A
Rebels MVP – Christian Catalano (F)
Recap – Stats

Game 15: TPH Hockey 3 vs. Toronto Nationals 1

TPH Hockey MVP – Gibson Homer (G) – 13 SV
Nationals MVP – Zach Dean (F)
Recap – Stats

Game 16: Brantford 99ers 3 vs. North York Rangers 2 – OT

Brantford MVP – Steven LaForme (F) – 1G, 1A
North York MVP – Luca Rea (F) – 2G
Recap – Stats

Game 17: Toronto Marlboros 6 vs. Thunder Bay Kings 0

Marlboros MVP – Ben West (G) – 9 SV, SO
Thunder Bay MVP – Shaymus Stevenson (F)
Recap – Stats

Game 18: London Jr. Knights 2 vs. Waterloo Wolves 1

London MVP – Michael Simpson (G)
Waterloo MVP – David Gruber (D)
Recap – Stats

Game 19: North Central Predators 3 vs. York-Simcoe Express 1

North Central MVP – Wade Monague (G) – 17 SV
York-Simcoe MVP – Thomas Sirman (D)
Recap – Stats

Game 20: Don Mills Flyers 6 vs. Windsor Jr. Spitfires 0

Don Mills MVP – Francesco Arcuri (F) – 2G, 1A
Windsor MVP – Nicholas Beneteau (F)
Recap – Stats

All tournament games feature live scoring complete with the OHL’s Game Centre module that includes individual shots on goal, plus/minus and face-off results.

Round-Robin action continues Thursday with eight games on the schedule before wrapping up Friday with 12 games.  Quarter-Final and Semi-Final action goes Saturday, concluding with Monday’s Championship Final at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.

All games are available live and on demand through GameOnStream.

The showcase provides fans and scouts one last opportunity to see many of the top minor midget aged players from across Ontario and parts of the United States compete for the OHL Cup performing against the best competition prior to the 2019 OHL Priority Selection.

For more information, please visit ohlcup.ca.


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