FAST FACTS: Petes vs Generals – Feb. 27

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PBO: 33-21-2-1 / 2nd East Division / 3rd Eastern Conference
OSH: 30-18-5-4 / 3rd East Division / 4th Eastern Conference

Last Game vs OSH: (Feb. 1/20): Generals 1 at Petes 4
This season vs OSH: 4-2-0-0
2018-19 Regular Season vs OSH: 2-5-1-0
Last Five Years vs OSH: 14-18-3-3
Last Five Years vs OSH at home: 8-5-3-2

PBO: 1-3 L vs HAM (Feb. 20)
OSH: 2-1 W vs KIT (Feb. 23)

PBO: Nick Robertson – 41GP – 47G – 26A – 73 Pts
OSH: Philip Tomasino – 57GP – 39G – 57A – 96 Pts

PBO: PP 22.2% (6th), PK 81.7% (5th)
OSH: PP 24.6% (3rdh), PK 78.5% (10th)

Dec. 19 Jones WIlson Ganier

The division rivals each have 69 points after playing 57 games apiece. The Petes hold the advantage for third place with more regulation and overtime wins.

Nick Robertson will look to extend his point streak to 20 games. He has accumulated 24 goals and 14 assists for 38 points (2.0 points per game over his last 19 games).

Brett Neumann leads the OHL in shots on goal with 274.

Former Niagara IceDogs teammates Akil Thomas and Philip Tomasino lead their new clubs against tonight’s opponent. Thomas has 1 goal and 7 assists for 8 points in 4 games, while Tomasino had 5 goals and 4 assists for 9 points in 5 games.

The most goals the Generals have scored in a single game this season is 7. They’ve done so three times, including once against the Petes on January 31.

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