It didn't take long for former Owen Sound Attack captain Nick Suzuki to make an impact for the Guelph Storm.
The Montreal Canadiens prospect scored 2:19 into overtime and added an assist as the Storm rallied late and edged the Niagara Ice Dogs 6-5 last night.
Suzuki was acquired by Guelph alongside blueliner Sean Durzi and forward Zach Roberts in a deal with the Attack a day prior to the OHL trade deadline.
Durzi also fared well in his Storm debut, posting three assists, including one on the game-tying goal by Nate Schnarr with just seven seconds remaining in regulation.
Isaac Ratcliffe, Mackenzie Entwistle, Liam Hawel and Dmitri Samorukov also added goals for Guelph (21-12-3-4), which won its second straight.
Ben Jones scored twice, while Kyen Sopa, Kirll Maksimov and Oliver Castleman added goals for the Ice Dogs (23-9-7-0).
North Bay 4 Mississauga 3 (OT)
Oshawa 6 Peterborough 5 (OT)
Windsor 4 Flint 3
Sudbury 4 Barrie 3