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    OTTAWA - Zach Nastasiuk scored three times, including 33 seconds into overtime, as the Owen Sound Attack hung on to defeat the visiting Ottawa 67s 7-6 on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League action. Josh Archibald Jersey . Alex Annecchiarico, Kurtis Gabriel, Holden Cook and Daniel Milne also scored for the Attack (28-26-8), who blew a 6-3 third-period lead before salvaging two points. Chris Bigras tacked on three assists. Brendan Bell had a pair of goals for the 67s (22-35-5), who trailed 4-0 before registering their first goal of the game. Dante Salituro scored once and set up two more for Ottawa and Jonathan Duchene had a goal and an assist. Owen Sounds Brandon Hope made 23 saves for the win as Philippe Trudeau allowed seven goals on 34 shots for the 67s. --- PETES 3 KNIGHTS 1 LONDON, Ont. — Andrew DAgostini turned away 41 shots as Peterborough halted the Knights nine-game win streak. Anthony Stefano, Jonatan Tanus and Nick Ritchie supplied the scoring for the Petes (29-28-5), who have won three straight contests. Bo Horvat scored the lone goal for London (44-13-5). Anthony Stolarz stopped 29-of-31 shots for the Knights, who remain in fourth spot in the Western Conference standings. --- ICEDOGS 5 BATTALION 2 NORTH BAY, Ont.— Niagara dominated with its power play, scoring four times with the man advantage en route to defeating the Battalion. Jordan Maletta, Eric Ming, Aleksandar Mikulovich and Blake Siebenaler scored power-play goals for the IceDogs (21-33-8), who finished the game 4 for 7, while Brendan Perlini scored even strength. Brenden Miller and Ben Thomson scored for North Bay (32-24-6), which went 2 for 5 with the man advantage. Niagaras Brent Moran made 28 saves for the win as Battalion netminder Jake Smith stopped 20-of-24 shots in defeat. --- STORM 4 GREYHOUNDS 3 (SO) SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Brock McGinn scored the lone goal of the shootout and Justin Nichols made 39 saves as Guelph slipped past the Greyhounds. Nick Ebert and Zack Mitchell each had a goal and an asisst for the Storm (48-11-3), who lead the Western Conference standings, while Justin Auger scored once. Sault Ste. Marie (40-16-6) got goals from David Miller, Sergey Tolchinksy and Tyler Gaudet. Matt Murray turned away 33-of-36 shots for the Greyhounds. --- GENERALS 3 FRONTENACS 2 (SO) OSHAWA, Ont.— Cole Cassels scored in the sixth round of the shootout as the Eastern Conference leading Generals edged Kingston. Oshawas Daniel Altshuller made 33 saves through 65 minutes and stopped all six shooters in the shootout to preserve the victory. Michael Dal Colle and Sam Harding scored in regulation for the Generals (41-17-5). Corey Pawley and Lawson Crouse scored for the Frontenacs (34-22-5) while Lucas Peressini turned aside 39 shots in a losing cause. Ian Cole Jersey . Francis told several hundred members of the European Olympic Committees that when sport "is considered only in economic terms and consequently for victory at every cost . Joe Mullen Jersey . THE THUNDER & PACERS BENCHES: In a nutshell, not impressive at all.Melbourne, Australia (SportsNetwork.com) - Five-time champion Serena Williams, fourth seed Petra Kvitova and former world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki were among Tuesdays first-round winners at the Australian Open. The top-ranked Williams waltzed past Belgian Alison Van Uytvanck 6-0, 6-4 at Melbourne Park. The 18-time Grand Slam champion and reigning U.S. Open titlist is seeking her first title in Melbourne since 2010. One more Grand Slam title and she would pass Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova on the all-time list of champions. If I could get to 19 in Australia that would be amazing, Williams said. Up next for the American great will be former top-10 star Vera Zvonareva, who lost to Williams in the 2010 Wimbledon final. The reigning Wimbledon champion Kvitova recorded her 65th career Grand Slam victory with a 6-1, 6-4 decision over Belgiums Richel Hogenkamp, while the eighth-seeded U.S. Open runner-up Wozniacki topped American Taylor Townsend 7-6 (7-1), 6-2 on Day 2. Kvitova, fresh off her title in Sydney last week, will be opposed by German Mona Barthel in her next outing, while Wozniackis second-round opponent will be fellow former No. 1 Victoria Azarenka. The unseeded two-time Aussie champ from Belarus Azarenka got off to a fine start this week by pasting American Sloane Stephens 6-3, 6-2. Azarenka titled back-to-back here in 2012 and 2013 before being slowed by a foot injury last year. Azarenka will meet Wozniacki for an eighth time, with the Dane leading the Belarusian in their lifetime series, 4-3. Wozniacki got the better of Azarenka in the third round at the 2008 U.S. Open in their lone Grand Slam matchup. Meanwhile, sixth-seeded former Wimbledon runner-up Agnieszka Radwanska dispatched Japans Kurumi Nara 6-3, 6-0 and 11th-seeded 2014 Aussie Open runner-up Dominika Cibulkova came from behind to best Belgian Kirsten Flipkens 3-6, 6-3, 6-1. Ryan Reaves Jersey. Cibulkova lost to since-retired Li Na in last years finale in Oz. Venus Williams, the former No. 1 who is seeded 18th at this fortnight, took care of Spaniard Maria-Teresa Torro-Flor 6-2, 6-2. Venus, an Aussie runner-up to her younger sister Serena in 2003, opened her 2015 season with a title in Auckland two weeks ago, beating Wozniacki in the final. Venus second-round opponent will be fellow American Lauren Davis. Also, Camila Giorgi upended 12th-seeded fellow Italian Flavia Pennetta 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 and Swiss Timea Bacsinszky knocked out 15th-seeded former world No. 1 Jelena Jankovic 6-1, 6-4. 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