December 31, 2012

Four Goals in Last Ten Minutes Sink 67's

The Kingston Frontenacs were able to come from behind with four goals in the last ten minutes to knock off the Ottawa 67’s in yet another high-scoring affair between the two teams, this time by a score of 7-5.  Kingston forward Ryan Kujawinski had three goals, two of them coming in the third period. 

December 30, 2012

67's Double Up Petes 6-3

With the help of a 48-save performance from Clint Windsor, the Ottawa 67’s were able to defeat the Peterborough Petes for the second time in just over two weeks by a score of 6-3, once again sending their divisional rival into last place.

December 17, 2012

67's fall 4-3 to the Gens in regulation

Remy Giftopolous had two goals but it wasn't enough as the Ottawa 67's fell 4-3 to the Oshawa Generals on Sunday night.

December 14, 2012

67’s win 5-2 over Petes in Monahan & Gravoac’s return

Brendan Bell scored the game winning goal in front of 10,829 screaming fans as the Ottawa 67’s defeated the Peterborough Petes 5-2.  The win pushes the 67’s one point ahead of the Petes for 9th place in the Eastern Conference but Peterborough has one game in hand.

December 13, 2012

67's Can't Take Advantage of Subban-less Bulls

On Wednesday night, where the Ottawa 67’s learned that they would soon be getting 30 goals back in the lineup as Tyler Graovac and Sean Monahan return from Canada’s Under-20 camp, they couldn’t muster up any offence in a 2-0 loss to the Belleville Bulls.

December 09, 2012

Defying 'Murphy's Law'; 67's Snap Losing Streak

The adage that “anything that can go wrong will go wrong”, known as Murphy’s Law, seems to have summed up the first eight games of the Ottawa 67’s nine-game road trip, so it was fitting that it was Ryan Murphy and the Kitchener Rangers who were trying to continue the 67’s skid.  Murphy had several chances to win the game, but Ottawa prevailed 2-1 in a shootout.

December 07, 2012

67’s drop 8th straight in 6-2 loss to Otters

Connor Brown (the other one) scored the game winning goal at the 15:27 minute mark in the first period to lead the Erie Otters to a 6-2 victory over the visiting Ottawa 67’s.  The goal sent Ottawa to their eight straight loss and are now winless on their grueling roadtrip. 

December 06, 2012

67’s shutout 9-0 in Niagara

Ryan Strome had two goals and an assist to lead his Niagara Ice Dogs to whopping 9-0 victory over the Ottawa 67’s.

On the road for the seventh game in a row and first of three this weekend, this was not the start the 67’s were looking for.   But still without the likes of Tyler Graovac, Sean Monahan and Mike Vlajkov, the 67’s knew it was a tough task ahead.

December 02, 2012

Gutsy effort in 2-1 67’s shootout loss to Spitfires

Two weekends down, one to go. 

The Ottawa 67’s earned their first point in the team’s 9-game road trip with an honest effort against the Windsor Spitfires.  Missing six regulars from the lineup, the 67’s only dressed 15 skaters and missing two of their three top scorers including Sean Monahan and Brett Gustavsen.

December 01, 2012

"Ugly with a capital 'U'", Spirit Blow Out 67's 10-3

Despite the 67's getting out to a quick start, scoring twice on their first two shots of the game, and receiving a stellar performance through the first two periods from Clint Windsor, the Saginaw Spirit were able to pull away and blow out Ottawa for the second time this year, this time a final score of 10-3.