FAST FACTS: Petes @ 67’s – Oct. 18

: 7-3-0-0 / 2nd East Division / 3rd Eastern Conference
OTT: 6-3-0-0 / 3rd East Division / 4th Eastern Conference

Last Game vs OTT (September 29/19): Petes 3 at 67’s 2
2018-19 Regular Season vs OTT
: 3-2-1-1
Last Five Years vs OTT: 14-14-1-2
Last Five Years vs OTT on the road: 6-10-0-1

PBO: 4-3 W vs HAM (Oct. 17)
OTT: 8-7 W vs KGN (Oct. 14)

: Robertson – 10GP – 12G – 7A – 19P
OTT: Hoelscher – 9GP – 6G – 8A – 14P

: PP 28.1% (7th), PK 75.0% (12th)
: PP 26.2% (10th), PK 69.2% (17th)

Feb. 7 Robertson Belanger

Ottawa has just one loss at home this season – a 3-2 loss to the Petes on September 29.

Peterborough will be without Semyon Der-Arguchintsev (suspended), while Ottawa will be without Graeme Clarke and Merrick Rippon (both injured).

Ottawa’s Noel Hoefenmayer leads OHL rear guards in shots on net with 41.

Having scored in last night’s win over Hamilton, Mason McTavish now leads the league in rookie goal scoring with 7 in 10 games.

The 67’s are the league’s top overtime performers, having needed extra time five times in nine games. They have won three of those games in overtime, and two in a shootout. Meanwhile, the Petes are one of four teams that have not yet gone into overtime this season.

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