The Oshawa Generals added more points to their division lead over the Hamilton Bulldogs with a 2-1 victory on Dec. 2.
Currently, the Gens (18-7-0-2) are eight points ahead of the Bulldogs, who sit with 30 points for second place in the OHL`s Eastern Conference.
It was Jack Studnicka who got things started for Oshawa on the road, scoring shorthanded in the first period to put the Gens up by one.
Mitch Vande Sompel, coming off one of his biggest games of the season against North Bay Battalion where he netted a hat trick, sealed the deal on the powerplay in the second period. Hamilton would manage one in the second frame as well, beating starter Jeremy Brodeur, but it would prove not enough.
The Gens are back home for a pair of games this weekend, facing off against the Battalion on Dec. 9 and the Saginaw Spirit on Dec. 11.