Oshawa Generals win first home game in nearly a month

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Published January 10, 2022 at 8:49 am

With yet another OHL game postponed due to COVID-19 protocols, the Oshawa Generals were finally able to squeeze in a home game last night at the Tribute Communities Centre – their first in nearly a month – and they made the most of it, thumping the Sudbury Wolves 5-2.

Captain Ty Tullio led the Gens with a pair of goals and an assist, with linemate Stuart Rolofs adding two assists. Brett Harrison, with his 16th of the year, David Jesus and Ryan Gagnier had the other Oshawa goals.

Before the game the club found out an already re-scheduled home match for the next night (January 11) was postponed for the second time due to COVID-19 protocols affecting the Kingston Frontenacs and “out of an abundance of caution.”

The game was originally scheduled for December 19. The game will be re-scheduled once more.

Oshawa sits in third place in the East Division with a 14-11-3 record, five points back of second-place Hamilton. Tullio, meanwhile, is tied in ninth in league scoring with 14 goals and 27 assists in 28 games.

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