OHL playoffs: Otters down Greyhounds to open Round 2

Dylan Strome scored the eventual winner 11:53 into the second period as the Erie Otters took Game 1 of their second round OHL playoff series 3-1 over the hometown Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds on Wednesday.

Erie goalie Williams stops 26 of 27 shots

Otters forward Dylan Strome scored the eventual winning goal in his team's 3-1 win over the hometown Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds to begin the second-round series on Wednesday night. (Associated Press)

Dylan Strome scored the eventual winner 11:53 into the second period as the Erie Otters took Game 1 of their second round Ontario Hockey League playoff series 3-1 over the hometown Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds on Wednesday.

Connor Brown and Michael Curtis also scored for the Otters, who led 3-0 until 16:41 of the third period.

A goal from Greyhounds defenceman Kyle Jenkins spoiled Devin Williams shutout bid with less than four minutes to play.

Williams stopped 26 shots for the win, while his Sault Ste. Marie counterpart, Matt Murray, made 23 saves.

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