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BELLEVILLE, Ont. – Joseph Cramarossa, Brendan Gaunce and Jordan Subban scored in a shootout to lift the Belleville Bulls to a 2-1 victory over the Brampton Battalion in an Ontario Hockey League game Wednesday night.
Blake Clarke and Patrik Machac connected for shootout goals before Belleville goaltender Malcolm Subban denied Barclay Goodrow, setting the stage for brother Jordan's game-decider.
Gaunce precipitated overtime with a goal at 18:42 of the third period, driving to the left lip of the crease to convert a pass from deep on the right wing from Sergey Kuptsov. Jordan Subban had the second assist.
Goaltender Subban made 31 saves through overtime, as Belleville moved its won-lost-extended record to 4-2-1 for nine points, second in the East Division.
Brenden Miller scored for the Battalion, while goaltender Matej Machovsky made 34 saves through overtime, in which the Bulls had a 5-2 edge in shots.
The Battalion, 2-3-3 for seven points, is tied with the Mississauga Steelheads for fourth place in the Central Division.
The Battalion and Belleville meet again at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Brampton to complete a home-and-home series. The Troops downed the visiting Bulls 1-0 on Sept. 28.
"I thought we played a good road game," said Battalion coach Stan Butler. "It was a pretty even game, but just unfortunate on their goal that we didn't pick up one of their guys going to the net. It's just the type of luck we're having right now."
Miller opened the scoring on the power play at 13:29 of the first period. Defenceman Miller moved toward the net from the right point and wired a shot high over Subban’s left glove.
Clarke, who has points in the last three games and in four of the last five, and Machac drew assists on Miller’s second goal of the season.
It was the Troops’ second man-advantage opportunity in the period and decidedly more productive than the first. The biggest accomplishment on that occasion was a Zach Bell check that sent Cramarossa slowly to the bench.
Brendan Childerley fought the Bulls’ Garrett Hooey along the boards in the Battalion zone at 17:33.
The Battalion, which outshot the home side 13-7 in the opening period, killed two shorthanded situations in quick order early in the second after Cameron Wind went off for interference at 4:17 and Jamie Lewis followed for hooking at 6:41.
Hooey fired a shot from deep on the left wing early in the 12th minute that trickled behind Machovsky and lay tantalizingly close to the goal line before Machac arrived to sweep the disc away.
Gaunce drew cheers for his penalty-killing work after Michael Curtis was banished for a check from behind at 17:07. Gaunce mucked the puck along the end boards behind Machovsky while fending off several of the Troops.
Dylan Blujus tested Subban on the same power play, skating backwards into the mid slot and lofting a backhanded shot before rifling the rebound at the net.
The Battalion scratched Marcus McIvor and Matt MacLeod. Belleville scratched Alex Carnevale, Aaron Berisha, Niki Petti and Daniel De Sousa.
BATTALION NOTEBOOK: Attendance at the Yardmen Arena was 2,144 … The Battalion went 1-for-4 on the power play. Belleville was 0-for-3 … Opening Battalion line combinations included Machac centring left winger Nick Paul and right winger Goodrow, Lewis centring left winger Brandon Robinson and right winger Mathew Santos and Nicholas Foglia pivoting left winger Derek Froats and right winger Childerley. Connor Jarvis centred left winger Clarke and right winger Mike Amadio … Jarvis saw his first action of the season after suffering a broken collarbone in exhibition play. He dressed for a 4-3 overtime loss Monday to visiting Mississauga but changed into street clothes in the first intermission without having taken a shift … McIvor has a sore back and MacLeod a high-ankle sprain … Defenceman Kyle Wood played his second game with the Battalion. Wood, 16, a third-round choice in the 2012 OHL Priority Selection, was called up from the junior A Orangeville Flyers in light of McIvor’s continuing absence … Coach Claude Julien of the National Hockey League’s Boston Bruins was in attendance to watch Subban, whom the Bruins drafted in the first round, 12th overall, in the 2012 NHL Draft … Subban’s father, Karl, conducted a ceremonial faceoff between the goaltender and Wind, wearing the ‘C’ for the Battalion, in recognition of Hyundai Hockey Helpers night. The program is to assist at least 1,000 disadvantaged youngsters play hockey by providing grants for registration fees and equipment costs … Defenceman Subban has one goal and four assists for five points in the last four games … Centre Petti again sat out with an upper-body injury, while Bulls left winger Carter Sandlak made a return to action from a lower-body ailment.