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Sudbury Wolves roll over the Soo Greyhounds

The hard-charging Sudbury Wolves are showing no signs of slowing down.

The team that was sitting out of the playoffs looking in just over two weeks ago now find themselves only three points back of the fourth place Peterborough Petes following a 9-2 road win, last night, over the Soo Greyhounds.

Two goal efforts from both Landon McCallum and Quentin Musty helped pace an attack that received boatloads of support, with Alex Pharand, David Goyette, Nathan Villeneuve, Marc Boudreau and Jakub Chromiak all finding the back of the net once each.

Overage netminder Kevyn Brassard was given the start between the pipes, responding with a 20-save performance as the Wolves improved to 27-25-5-3, solidly in seventh place with a cushion of eight points over the Oshawa Generals (in 8th) and 11 points over the Kingston Frontenacs (9th).

Ahead of Sudbury, things are much more interesting as the Mississauga Steelheads also have 62 points, same as the Wolves but with a game in hand. The Hamilton Bulldogs are at 64 (60 GPs) and Peterborough is one point higher, with 59 games played.

The next test will be a stiff one for coach Derek MacKenzie and company as the Woofers welcome the Western Conference leading London Knights (41-16-2-0) to town on Friday.

Beyond the impressive 2022-2023 numbers for the Knights comes the fact that the have absolutely owned the nickel city crew for the past decade, winning 19 straight encounters with the Wolves.

Sudbury then finishes their weekend Saturday night in Barrie and are right back at it next Wednesday when the Soo Greyhounds make a mid-week trip east along Highway 17.

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