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Team NOHA Victorious in OHL Cup Opener

Toronto, ON – Goaltender Reece Proulx made 29 saves, posting a shutout as Team NOHA opened the 2018 OHL Cup with a 3-0 win over the London Jr. Knights.

After playing a scoreless first period, Team NOHA finally found the back of the net when a Gavin Brown wrist-shot off the rush beat London’s goaltender up high at the 14:09 mark of the second period.

The third period saw the turning point of the game as Proulx made a remarkable cross-crease save to stymie a London short-handed opportunity. The North extended the lead, courtesy of defenseman Pacey Schlueting, who buried a loose puck past the Knights’ goaltender at the other end.

Defenseman Spenser Dickson added even more insurance, converting on an odd-man rush at the 10:38 mark.

Proulx, after several breakaway stops, was named Player of the Game for Team NOHA.

Team NOHA is undefeated in the last five games at the OHL Cup (two-game winning streak, three ties), continuing the success started by the 2001 age-group last season.

Team NOHA will look to go 2-0 in their next game, tonight at 7:30 PM at the Scotiabank Pond (Ice #1) vs. the Vaughan Kings. The Kings, who were the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL) semifinalists, played a 2-2 tie in their OHL Cup opener last night vs. the Oakville Rangers.

The box score of today’s game can be viewed here.

Ice Chips

  • Other Team NOHA players with points in today’s game were David Campbell (two assists), Benjamin Brunette (one assist), and Giordano Biondi (one assist).

  • Team NOHA outshot the London Jr. Knights 34 to 29.

  • Team NOHA’s power play went 1 for 4, while the penalty kill was 3 for 3.

  • Team NOHA won 16 out of 51 faceoffs.

You can follow Team NOHA’s journey at the OHL Cup on Twitter @NOHAHockey.

For more information, please contact NOHA Technical Director, Andrew Corradini at

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