FAST FACTS: Petes vs Generals – Dec. 19

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PBO: 23-7-1-1 / 1st East Division / 1st Eastern Conference
OSH: 17-10-0-2 / 3rd East Division / 4th Eastern Conference

Last Game vs OSH: (Dec. 13): PBO 3 at OSH 2
This season vs OSH: 2-0-0-0
2018-19 Regular Season vs OSH: 2-5-1-0
Last Five Years vs OSH: 12-16-3-3
Last Five Years vs OSH at home: 6-5-3-2

PBO: 3-2 W at OSH (Dec.13)
OSH: 5-2 W vs GUE (Dec. 15)

PBO: Semyon Der-Arguchintsev – 30GP – 4G – 36A – 40 Pts
OSH: Brett Neumann – 29GP – 20G – 17A – 37 Pts

PBO: PP 24.2% (5th), PK 81.2% (6th)
OSH: PP 22.9% (9th), PK 78.9% (8th)

Jan. 10 Hinz Ennis

Declan Chisholm remains the highest assisting OHL defenceman this season with 31 assists in 31 games. He is currently on a 5 game point streak, collecting 2 goals and 3 assists.

Oshawa’s Brett Neumann, who leads the Generals in scoring, is second in the OHL in shots with 142 in 29 games.

The most penalty minutes the Petes have recorded in a game this season – 28 – was against Oshawa on December 13.

Three East division players sit atop the OHL rookie scoring chart. With Kingston’s Shane Wright leading the way with 28 points, Peterborough’s Mason McTavish is in second with 26 points while Oshawa’s Finnish import, Oliver Suni, is in third with 23 points. Each first year has played 27 games.

The Petes will be without forward Nick Robertson (USA) and the Generals without defenceman Nico Gross (Switzerland) who are participating in the 2020 World Juniors.

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