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FAST FACTS: Petes @ 67’s

STANDINGS

PBO: 5-10-1-0 / 5th East Division / 9th Eastern Conference
OTT: 10-7-0-1 / 2nd East Division / 3rd Eastern Conference

LAST GAME
PBO:
5-3 L @ KGN (Nov. 19)
OTT:
4-2 L @ SBY (Nov. 19)

TOP SCORERS
PBO: 
Tucker Robertson – 16 GP – 14 G – 14 A – 28 PTS
OTT: 
Cameron Tolnai – 18 GP – 6 G – 15 A – 21 PTS

SPECIAL TEAMS
PBO:
 PP 21.9% (11th), PK 71.4% (19th)
OTT: 
PP 24.6% (6th), PK 78.2% (13th)

Last game vs OTT (Nov. 5): PBO 3 @ OTT 6
This season vs OTT: 0-1-0-0
Last Five Years vs OTT: 15-10-2-2
Last Five Years vs OTT on the road: 7-10-0-1

The Petes will be looking to snap their three-game skid in a matinee tilt in the Nation’s Captial, while Ottawa looks to snap their two-game losing streak.

Peterborough will look to shut down Jack Beck, who registered four points (2G, 2A) against the maroon and white on November 5.

🔥Emmett’s World 🔥After picking up two assists on Friday night, Emmett Sproule extended his OHL’s longest point streak to 17 games (7G, 16A). He’s two games away from tying the Petes’ longest point streak in modern history, which is led by Nick Robertson at 19 games. Will he get 18 this afternoon?

Keepin’ an eye on Gaidamak: Peterborough will look to keep Ottawa’s Vsevolod Gaidamak from scoring, as he’s tied for first in the OHL with four game-winning goals. 67’s Beck, is tied for second in the league with three GWG.

Despite being held off the score sheet on Friday night, Tucker Robertson is looking to bounce back against the 67’s. The OHL’s third-best scorer has two points (1G, 1A) in one game against Ottawa this season.

The Petes will look to have a stronger third period against the 67’s after they scored four unanswered third-period goals in Peterborough’s last visit.

No place like home: Samuel MayerTye Austin, and Jax Dubois will have family in the stands as they return to Ottawa for the second time in their OHL careers. Mayer, a L’Original native, scored his fourth goal of the season in his last visit to TD Place while Dubois was pointless.

Netminder Tye Austin will be making his first start since he suffered an injury on October 14.

Artem GuryevCole PateyJosh Kavanagh, and Donovan McCoy remain out of the lineup.

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