CHL Daily: Sedore and Greentree score first OHL hat-tricks

CHL Three Stars

Noah Sedore’s first OHL hat-trick earned him Sunday’s first star as he led Erie to a 5-2 win over Flint. Sedore has 11 goals and 23 points this season, a year after he had 46 points.

Andrei Loshko’s impressive season continued as his four-point (1G, 3A) night saw him collect the second star as Chicoutimi beat Moncton 5-2. In the win, Loshko reached the 50-point plateau for the first time in his QMJHL career as he continues to lead the Sagueneens in scoring.

The first OHL hat-trick of Liam Greentree’s career gave him the third star despite a 9-5 loss to Oshawa. The Spits rookie sits seventh in OHL scoring this season with 27 points while his 17 goals rank second.


Nightly notes


  • Kyle Jackson’s (SEA) 25th goal of the season stood as the game-winner as North Bay beat Sudbury 2-1 for their 30th
  • Owen Sound passed the 50-point mark with a 4-1 over the high-flying 67’s thanks to goals from Kaleb Lawrence, Cedrick Guindon (MTL), Colby Barlow and Gavin Bryant.
  • In Sunday’s #CHLTVGOTW, Kitchener won 5-2 in London as Francesco Arcuri (DAL) had two goals while fellow NHL prospects Francesco Pinelli (LA) and Danny Zhilkin (WPG) also found the back of the net.
  • Dylan Roobroeck had four points (1G, 3A) while Cal Rithcie and Joseph Serpa each had a goal and two assists in Oshawa’s wild 9-5 win over Windsor.
  • Guelph collected its second straight win as they beat Kingston 6-2. Michael Buchinger (STL) had three points (1G, 2A), Chandler Romeo (OTT) scored for the second consecutive game and Max Namestnikov had a pair of goals.
  • Mississauga made it three straights win as they edged past Niagara 5-4 thanks to goals from five different skaters.


  • Quebec’s streak was extended to 7-0-2 as they took care of business against Rimouski. Captain Theo Rochette scored twice in the 5-2 win while Zachary Bolduc (STL) and Andrew Gweon had two assists each.
  • Cam MacDonald (TB) scored twice as Gatineau made it back-to-back wins after a 5-1 win in Val d’Or. Cole Cormier, Alexis Gendron and Tristan Luneau (ANA) each had 1-1 in the victory.
  • Charlottetown collected its third straight win as they nudged past Acadie-Bathurst 2-1 as Keiran Gallant scored the game-winner at 9:35 of the third.


  • Mason Beaupit made 20 saves to record the shutout as Winnipeg beat Moose Jaw 6-0. Connor McClennon (PHI) and Matthew Savoie (BUF) had two points (1G, 1A) each while Zach Benson had two assists as the ICE’s streak improved to 7-0-1.
  • Josh Davies (FLA) scored the overtime winner for Swift Current as they won 4-3 in Medicine Hat. Owen Pickering (PIT) and Connor Hvidston (ANA) scored in the third period to force OT while the former also added two assists in the victory.
  • Carson Bjarnason registered his third shutout of the season as Brandon won 2-0 in Edmonton. Nate Danielson and Rylen Roersma scored for the Wheat Kings who sit one game under .500.
  • Victoria scored three times in the first as they beat Kelowna 5-1. Reggie Newman had a goal and an assist while Kalem Parker had two helpers.
  • Four different players scored for Calgary as they doubled up Red Deer 4-2 while Brayden Petes made 32 saves.

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