CHL Playoff Notebook: April 21, 2019


A lone playoff game marked the Canadian Hockey League calendar on Sunday:

Ontario Hockey League

The Ottawa 67’s grabbed a commanding 3-0 series lead in third-round action versus the Oshawa Generals following a 5-1 victory Sunday in which Dallas Stars prospect Tye Felhaber led the way with a pair of tallies. The 67’s remain undefeated in the postseason, owning a perfect 11-0 record, and will go for their third-straight sweep Wednesday in Oshawa.

The Guelph Storm return to home ice Monday when they will look to rebound versus the Saginaw Spirit after falling 4-3 in overtime in Game 2. Rookie left-wing Cole Perfetti has been Saginaw’s top performer through the series, coming away with three goals and two assists.

Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Third-round action in the QMJHL playoffs continues Tuesday when the first-place Rouyn-Noranda Huskies will look to push the Rimouski Oceanic to the brink of elimination, while the 2019 Memorial Cup presented by Kia host Halifax Mooseheads will look to gain the series lead over the Drummondville Voltigeurs through three games.

Western Hockey League

On Tuesday night, the Vancouver Giants will look to grab the stranglehold in their third-round matchup versus the Spokane Chiefs, while the league-leading Prince Albert Raiders will look to regain the series edge against the Edmonton Oil Kings after dropping Game 2 in overtime.


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