MENU

Sportsnet CHL Notebook: Surging Petes Perfectly Balanced

Jess Van Staalduinen & Kenneth Andersen

By Neate Sager/Sportsnet.ca

A statistical anomaly — having nearly every player score a point during a win that wasn’t a blowout — might sum up why the Peterborough Petes are a contender in the OHL’s Eastern Conference. In the course of a three-win week, Peterborough had 16 of its players get on the scoresheet during a 6-3 win against the Sudbury Wolves last Saturday. There were two assists on each goal. Yet over-age captain Logan DeNoble and 17-year-old winger Pavel Gogolev were the lone multi-point men.

Coaches talk about having four lines contribute, but it’s rarely realized to that extent. Peterborough (.750 point pct.) has also managed to start strongly without first-pairing defenceman Matt Timms (foot), who has only appeared in one game. Timms resumed skating last week.

Click here to read the full article.

More News
Billet Parent of the 70s Decade: Elsie Flint
3 days ago
OHL 20 in 20 Summer Spotlight: Wilson takes on fresh task in familiar town
6 days ago
Peterborough Petes Mourn the Loss of Gary Dalliday
1 week ago
The Numbers Game: Zach Bogosian
2 weeks ago
Sophomore Summer: Nick Robertson
2 weeks ago
Never at a Loss for Words: Bob Errey
2 weeks ago