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GUELPH, Ont. -- Scott Kosmachuk scored three times and added an assist and Hunter Garlent had four assists as the Guelph Storm crushed the visiting Peterborough Petes 9-4 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League play. Pius Suter had two goals for the Storm (16-3-2), who are 11-0-2 in their last 13 outings, while Steven Trojanovic, Adam Craievich, Brock McGinn and Zack Mitchell scored the others. Michael Clarke, Nick Ritchie, Josh Maguire and Anthony Stefano had a goal apiece for the Petes (8-11-3), who are winless in their last four games. Justin Nichols made 31 saves for Guelph. Andrew DAgostini started in net for Peterborough but was pulled after allowing six goals on 23 shots. Michael Giugovaz replaced DAgostini and stopped 20-of-23 shots in 36 minutes of relief. The Storm went 2 for 6 on the power play while the Petes failed to score on five chances with the man advantage. --- OTTERS 3 GREYHOUNDS 0 ERIE, Pa. -- Devin Williams made 18 saves as the Otters blanked Sault Ste. Marie for their fourth straight victory. Dylan Strome had a goal and an assist for Erie (17-3-1) while Patrick Murphy and Dane Fox each scored once. Matt Murray made 31 stops for the Greyhounds (16-3-2), who had their five-game win streak snapped. Erie went 1 for 3 on the power play while Sault Ste. Marie failed to score on five chances with the man advantage. --- KNIGHTS 4 FRONTENACS 2 KINGSTON, Ont. -- Josh Anderson scored twice as London doubled up the Frontenacs. Christian Dvorak and Chris Tierney also scored for the Knights (14-5-2), who are 6-0-1 in their last seven games. Robert Polesello and Henri Ikonen scored for Kingston (10-8-3), which is winless in three contests. Anthony Stolarz made 28 saves for London as Matt Mahalak stopped 30 shots for the Frontenacs. --- WHALERS 2 STEELHEADS 1 (SO) PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Yannick Rathgeb scored the shootout winner as the Whalers came back to defeat Mississauga. Josh Wesley forced overtime for Plymouth (9-12-1) when he scored at 17:16 of the third period. Steelheads (12-9-2) forward Dylan Smoskowitz opened the scoring with a power-play goal at 5:21 of the second period. Alex Nedeljkovic made 30 saves for the Whalers as Mississaugas Dawson Carty turned away 31 shots in defeat. --- STING 5 SPIRIT 3 SARNIA, Ont. -- Taylor Dupuis made 43 saves and Nikolay Goldobin had two goals and an assist as the Sting toppled Saginaw. Nickolas Latta, Bryan Moore and Daniel Nikandrov also scored for Sarnia (7-14-1) while Anthony DeAngelo chipped in with three assists. Andrey Alexeev, Eric Locke and Cody Payne supplied the scoring for the Spirit (11-8-2), who had their three-game win streak halted. Saginaws Jake Paterson stopped 39 shots in a losing cause. --- RANGERS 2 ATTACK 1 (SO) KITCHENER, Ont. -- Radek Faksa and Darby Llewellyn both scored in the shootout as the Rangers slipped past Owen Sound. Matia Marcantuoni scored in regulation for Kitchener (6-12-1), which has just two wins in its last 10 contests. Brett Hargrave scored for the Attack (10-9-4). Jordan DeKort made 20 saves for the Rangers while Owen Sounds Jack Flinn stopped 26 shots in defeat. --- BATTALION 3 WOLVES 1 SUDBURY, Ont. -- Vincent Praplan scored his first-career hat trick as North Bay defeated the Wolves. Matt MacLeod and Mike Amadio tacked on two assists apiece for the Battalion (11-11-1). Craig Duininck scored the lone goal for Sudbury (8-8-6), which has dropped three games in a row. Jake Smith made 30 saves for North Bay. Franky Palazzese turned away 35-of-37 shots for the Wolves. --- GENERALS 3 67S 2 (OT) OTTAWA -- Michael Dal Colle scored 3:50 into extra time as Oshawa dealt the 67s their fifth loss in as many games. Bradley Latour and Scott Laughton also scored for the Generals (17-4-1), who have won three straight contests, and Dal Colle added an assist for a two-point outing. 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MLB.com reported that the Dodgers locked the left-hander in for one year at $10 million with up to $4 million in incentives.Martin Brodeur appears to be ready to leave the Devils behind, should it come to that. Speaking to TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun on Friday, Brodeur said "Ive come to the conclusion that Im definitely going to be available July 1." The NHLs all-time wins leader added: "I want to play one more season and I want to see whats out there." The 42-year-old netminder appeared in just 39 games for the Devils in 2013-14, sharing starters duties for the first time since taking over the New Jersey crease full-time in 1993-94. He is slated to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1. "Ive had a lot of good conversations with the Devils, but Im not inclined at going back at this point," Brodeur told LeBrun. "I just feel that with Schneids (Cory Schneider), the organization has to move on. Me being around might be tough a little bit for them. I dont completely put [a return] out of the question, but I dont want to mess up the cards for the Devils.” The Devils traded for goaltender Cory Schneider at the 2013 NHL Draft and the 28-year-old goalie played 45 games for the Devils this past season.dddddddddddd. The Devils are reportedly trying to lock Schneider up to an extension but the American netminder is reportedly seeking assurances that he will be the teams undisputed number one. "At the end of the day, it doesnt matter where I go next, Im always going to be a Devil. Im always going to come back to the organization. But I want to play one more year. So Ill see whats out there." Brodeur doesnt yet know what the options are out there for him, but hes ready to explore. "Ive got to see what the opportunities are. Im not going to go somewhere where I dont feel comfortable," he said. "If I go somewhere as a No. 2 goalie, its going to be a team that has a really good chance to win a Stanley Cup. 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