Story by Brock Ormond

Photo: Wellington Dukes/OJHL Images

The Wellington Dukes made it a convincing 11 straight games with a point on Thursday night.

The Dukes blew the game wide open with seven third period goals to rout the Caledon Admirals 11-0.

Wellington jumped ahead 2-0 on the strength of first period markers from Jaxen Boyer and Lucas LaPalm to gain the upper hand.

The Dukes kept rolling in the second, with Connor Hunt striking just 10 seconds into the period and Matheson Mason following that up by finishing a three-way passing play with Jacob Vreugdenhil and David Campbell by acing a shot through the five-hole of Admirals goaltender Antonino Rizzo.

Mason and LaPalm each notched their second goals of the game in the final frame, while Edward Moskowitz tacked on a pair.

Vreugdenhil, Barret Joynt, and Jared Langdon added singles and Ethan Morrow made 14 saves for his third shutout of the season.

The Dukes record has now improved to 16-5-2-1 with 35 points.

Wellington has now won 10 of its last 11 games going into Friday night’s home contest against the North York Rangers at 7:30 p.m.