The Barrie Colts were at home tonight against the Niagara IceDogs in their lone game of this week. The Colts came into this one with 12-7-0-1 record, second in the central division, while the IceDogs came in with a 8-11-3-1 record, third in the central division.
In the first period the IceDogs didn’t waste any time with Ivan Lodnia scoring in the first minute to give the IceDogs the early lead. The Colts would respond courtesy of Ian Lemieux on a one timer. Aidan Brown got the assist on Lemieux’s first career OHL goal. Jonah De Simone would get the next one for the IceDogs to restore the one goal lead. After that it was Victor Hadfield scoring on the backhand to tie the game up at two. Jack York and Aidan Brown added the assists. The first period came to a close with the score 2-2.
In the second period it was Lodnia again scoring, restoring the IceDogs lead. The Niagara would continue to add pressure, with Phil Tomasino scoring the next one to put Niagara up 4-2.
In the third period it was Lodnia again scoring shorthanded to complete the hat-trick. With 7 minutes left in the third it was Akil Thomas scoring shorthanded putting the IceDogs up by 4.
The game would end with the IceDogs winning 6-2.
The Barrie Colts are back in action Friday night on the road against the Sudbury Wolves.