Story by Brock Ormond
Photo: OJHL Images
The Wellington Dukes made it a lucky number 13 games in a row with a point on Wednesday afternoon.
The Dukes blew open a tie game in the second period, scoring six times en route to an 11-2 pounding of the North York Rangers.
Another balanced offensive attack gave the Dukes their second victory in as many games against the Rangers, with only two players not recording a point.
Julien Jacob led the team with four points (two goals, two assists), while Jacob Dietz picked up his first career OJHL multi-goal game and three points and Jacob Vreugdenhil also added a pair of markers.
Graeme McCauley netted his first goal as a Duke in the third period, while single tallies were scored by Zander Latreille, Connor Hunt, Matheson Mason, and Edward Moskowitz.
David Campbell racked up three more assists to bump his team-leading point total to 45.
Ethan Morrow made 31 saves in the victory, as Wellington outshot North York 51-33.
The Dukes keep pace in the Southeast Conference as they head into December with an 18-5-2-1 record and 39 points.
They will welcome the Stouffville Spirit for the only time this season to the Duke Dome at 7:30 p.m. Friday.