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SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. -- Jared McCann scored four times and Sergey Tolchinksi had one goal and three assists as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds crushed the visiting Sudbury Wolves 10-3 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League play. Both sophomores set career-highs against Sudbury. McCann came into the contest not having scored more than twice in a game, doing it three times in his rookie season, while Tolchinkys four points bested his previous high of three, which came last season against the Mississauga Steelheads. Tyler Gaudet scored once and set up two more for the Greyhounds (1-0-0) while Dylan Staples, Jorgen Karterud, Brandon Hughes and Michael Bunting each added a goal. Patrick Watling, Andrew Fritsch and Trent Mallette chipped in two assists apiece for Sault Ste. Marie. Dominik Kubalik, Nicholas Baptiste and Nathan Pancel supplied the offence for the Wolves (0-1-0). Matt Murray made 29 saves for the win as Franky Palazzese picked up the loss after allowing eight goals against on 28 shots through 40 minutes of action. Troy Timpano replaced Palazzese to start the third period and stopped 2-of-4 shots in relief. Sault Ste. Marie went 2 for 3 on the power play while Sudbury failed to score on three chances with the man advantage. Battalion 4 Bulls 1 BELLEVILLE, Ont. -- Vincent Praplan scored once and set up two more as North Bay downed the Bulls. Alex Henriksson, Mike Amadio and Jamie Lewis also scored for the Battalion (1-1-0) as Brendan ONeill made 34 saves for the victory. David Tomasek had a power-play goal for Belleville (0-2-0) while Charlie Graham turned aside 35-of-39 shots in the loss. Otters 2 Whalers 1 PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Connor Brown scored the winner on the power play midway through the third period as Erie edged the Whalers. Dane Fox also scored for the Otters (1-0-1) while Oscar Dansk turned aside 29 shots. 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