Corrado was joined by teammate Josh Leivo, who played his second consecutive game in the series. The big right-winger's offensive skills were evident once again as Leivo played another solid game and generated good scoring chances for Team OHL. The Barrie native was playing his fourth game in five nights.
Corrado was paired with Niagara IceDogs' rearguard Dougie Hamilton and the two top defencemen were solid all game long. Hamilton and Ryan Strome of the IceDogs assisted on Corrado's game-winning power play goal in the third period. Hamilton is a first-round selection of the Boston Bruins while Strome is a first-round selection of the NY Islanders.
Corrado and Leivo will return to Sudbury on Tuesday and prepare for their next Wolves' home game on Wednesday against the Brampton Battalion. The Wolves will be looking to snap their current four-game losing skid against the Battalion, who come into the game on a two-game winning streak.