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North Bay up two games, Soo headed to home ice with tied series

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The second round of OHL playoffs is heating up as the Soo Greyhounds move to home ice after tying up their series 1-1, meanwhile Sudbury Wolves are looking for their first win in the matchup against North Bay.

Hounds centre Jordan D'Intino scored a hat trick in Saturday's 5-2 win against the Saginaw Spirit.

Soo Greyhounds tie playoff series with Saginaw Spirit. April 13, 2024 (OHL)

The Greyhounds are on home ice at GFL Memorial Gardens in Sault Ste. Marie on Monday and Wednesday for games three and four.

Seats at Monday night's game are nearly sold out but are still available for Wednesday's game.

After winning the first two games on home ice, the North Bay Battalion is headed to Sudbury Community Arena this week for two games, Tuesday and Thursday, against the Wolves.

The Battalion took Saturday's game 5-1.

Some single tickets are left for the Wolves game on Monday, but there are plenty of tickets left in the end zones at Sudbury arena for Thursday's game.

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