Corey Cowick made sure Brian Kilrea's 2,100th game behind the Ottawa 67's bench was a good one.

Cowick scored a pair of goals Sunday and the 67's struck four times on the power play in a 6-2 victory over the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in the Ontario Hockey League.

Cowick fought the Greyhounds' Jake Carrick on the game's opening shift before returning to contribute a first-period marker on the power play, one of four goals Ottawa (6-6-0-0) scored with the man advantage in the opening 20 minutes to take a 4-0 lead. The Gloucester, Ont., native added another goal in the second period.

"We came out a little flat in the last couple of games and Carrick was willing to go, so I just kind of responded," Cowick said. "The boys responded perfectly. I was in the box for 1/8Ottawa's first 3/8 goal, came out and we scored on the next power play. The power play worked to our advantage tonight."

Kilrea, already the Canadian Hockey League record holder for most wins as a coach, added to that total with victory No. 1,159.

Elsewhere in the OHL, it was: Guelph 6, Sudbury 4; London 3, Kitchener 1; Windsor 5, Kingston 4 (OT); and Brampton 5, Mississauga 3.

At Ottawa, Tyler Cuma, Thomas Kiriakou, Julien Demers and Ryan Martindale also had goals for the 67's. Simon Fischhaber had a goal and an assist and Matt Caria also scored for the Sault Ste. Marie (6-5-1-0), who have lost back-to-back games.

Chris Perugini stopped 28 shots for Ottawa, while Greyhounds netminder Bryce O'Hagan lasted less than 14 minutes after allowing three goals on Ottawa's first 15 shots. O'Hagan was replaced by Cody St. Jacques, who finished with 17 saves.


Storm 6, Wolves 4

At Guelph, Ont., Anthony Nigro scored the winning goal in a wild second period as the Storm emerged to down Sudbury.

Peter Holland had a three-point game, scoring once and adding two assists, while Brandon Buck, Taylor Beck, Cody McNaughton and Tyler Melancon also scored for Guelph (8-4-1-0).

Matt Dias had a goal and two assists, Patrik Lusnak contributed a goal and an assist, Peter Hermenegildo opened the scoring and Brett Thompson added a goal for the Wolves (5-3-1-1).


Knights 3, Rangers 1

At London, Ont., Nazem Kadri had a hand in all of the Knights' goals, notching a goal and two assists to lead London past Kitchener.

Christian Thomas opened the scoring and Justin Taylor scored the winning goal on the power play early in the second period for London (8-3-0-1).

Less than a minute later, Kevin Hudes replied with the only goal of the game for the Rangers (7-3-0-1).


Spitfires 5, Frontenacs 4 (OT)

At Kingston, Ont., Mark Cundari scored the overtime winner 2:56 into the extra period as Windsor Spitfires avoided a major upset at the hands of the Frontenacs.

Taylor Hall scored twice, while Ryan Ellis and Andrei Loktionov both had a three-point games with a goal and two assists to round out the scoring for Windsor (12-1-0-0).

Matthew Kang scored a pair and added an assist, while Peter Stevens and Bobby Mignardi also scored for Kingston (3-6-2-0).


Battalion 5, St. Michael's Majors 3

At Brampton, Ont., Sam Carrick scored his first two career OHL goals as the Battalion completed a home-and-home sweep of Mississauga.

Evgeny Grachev, Cody Hodgson and Matt Duchene also scored for Brampton (6-6-0-0).

Cameron Gaunce, Ryan Lopes and Michael Pelech scored for the St. Michael's Majors (5-4-0-0).