FAST FACTS: Petes @ Generals – Feb. 13

: 25-24-1-2 / 3rd East Division / 6th Eastern Conference
OSH: 33-18-3-0 / 2nd East Division / 4th Eastern Conference

Last Game (February 2/19): Generals 6 at Petes 3
This Season vs OSH: 2-4-1-0
2017-18 Regular Season vs OSH: 2-5-0-1
Last Five Years vs OSH: 12-21-3-3
Last Five Years vs OSH on the road: 5-13-0-1

PBO: 4-3 W @ KGN
OSH: 4-1 W vs BAR

PBO: Merkley – 48GP – 10G – 49A – 59P
OSH: Saigeon – 54GP – 35G – 47A – 82P

: PP 17.5% (16th), PK 76.6% (16th)
OSH: PP 24.3% (7th), PK 80.3% (6th)

Jan. 10 Hinz Ennis

This is the final of eight meetings between these East Division rivals.

Bowmanville native Declan Chisholm has 1 goal and 7 assists for 8 points in 7 games against Oshawa this season.

Oshawa’a top three scorers versus Peterborough started the season with another team. Saigeon has 8 points as a Bulldog and 7 as a General; Nicolas Mattinen has 5 points as a Bulldog and 6 as a General; Brett Neumann has 4 points as a Frontenac and 5 as a General.

The most saves Hunter Jones has made in a game this season, 45, was in a 2-1 road win over the Gens on October 12.

Oshawa has twice this season fired 46 shots on net versus Peterborough.

Mattinen and Merkley are on the league’s first and third longest current assist streaks, at 7 and 5 games, respectively.

Salinitri leads the OHL in shorthanded goals with 7. Chris Paquette and Saigeon are tied for second with 5 each.

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