2018-19 CCHL2 1st & 2nd All-Star Teams

Article by: Mason Detre


Ottawa, ON – The Central Canada Hockey league Tier 2 is proud to announce it’s 1st and 2nd All-Star Teams.

CCHL2 1st All Star Team

F – Andrew McIntyre (Renfrew Timberwolves)

The 1998 born Cobden, Ontario native leads the league in goals (41), points (85). and second in assists (44). Over the course of his four year career, he has 91 goals and 208 points.

F – Brennan Markell (Char-Lan Rebels)

’98 born player is in his second season with Char-Lan. He played with the Cornwall Colts for three seasons until deciding to go and play Tier 2 in 2017-18. This year he is sixth in goals (26), fourth in assists (39) and third in points (65).

F – Blake Kettyle (Westport Rideaus)

’99 born player has one more year left with the Rideaus. Last season, he split time with Smith Falls of CCHL Tier 1 and Westport in Tier 2. This season, he is second in the league in goals (34), fifth in assists (38) and second in points (72).

D – Robbie Pickard (Ottawa Jr Canadians)

’98 born player is finishing his third straight season with the Canadians and has 135 points (42 G / 93 A) throughout his junior career. This year he leads all D-men in goals, assists and points. Overall he is 31st in goals (17), first in assists (47) and fourth in points (64). He also set the all-time CCHL2 record for points by a defenseman in a single season, passing Cameron McLean’s record of 62.

D – Daniel Stratis (Ottawa West Golden Knights)

’98 born Scarborough, Ontario native has two goals, 21 assists and 23 points in 40 games. In his career, he has tallied nine goals, 58 assists and 67 points in 135 games during his three seasons with the Golden Knights.

G – Ryan Whitehurst (Ottawa Jr Canadians)

’99 born goaltender is in his second full season with Ottawa. This year he is 25-2-1 (1st in wins), leads the league with 1.89 GAA and .928 SV%. He sets a new career high in wins, goals against average and save percentage. The Ottawa native sets the CCHL2 record for the lowest GAA.

HC – Andrew Dickson (Brockville Tikis)

Dickson, 40, led the Brockville Tikis to their first playoff berth in CCHL2 history after they clinched a playoff spot in the Richardson Division last week. Brockville reaches the 20+ win mark for the first time since the 2014-15 season and for just the eighth time since 1999.

GM – Michael Seed (Westport Rideaus)

Has helped the Westport Rideaus to their 20th consecutive playoff appearance after clinching a playoff berth last week. Westport is currently battling for the first place seed in the Richardson Division with the Perth Blue Wings, Brockville Tikis and Carleton Place Jr Canadians.

CCHL2 2nd All Star Team

F – Joel Hunt (Casselman Vikings)

’98 born player is in his last season. Last year he had 57 points in 48 games. This year he set a career highs in points with 59 and is fifth in the league in that category. He is also third in goals (29) and tied for 9th in assists (30).

F – Luka Marinic (Renfrew Timberwolves)

’98 born player is fifth in the league with goals (28), T-9th in assists (30) and sixth in the league in points (58). He also played three games as a member of the Kanata Lasers this season. He recently picked up his 80th career CCHL2 goal along with 74 assists and 154 points in 114 CCHL2 games throughout his career.

F – Mack Miller (Perth Blue Wings)

’99 born player has one more year left in Tier 2. He has 46 points in 40 games. Has also set a career high with goals (22) and is five assists off his career high of 24 this year. He has 129 points in his CCHL Tier 2 career with Perth.

D – Gabriel Rousselle (Casselman Vikings)

’98 born player has been on of their key players on the back end and can play a little bit of forward too. He has eight goals and 17 assists which is good for 25 points. That is fifth among defenseman in the points category. He also set a new career high with eight goals.

D – Mike Hall (Ottawa Jr Canadians)

’99 born player has one more year of CCHL Tier 2 hockey after this season is over. This year he had four goals, 21 assists and 24 points. Over his career, he has 10 goals, 43 assists and 53 points in 123 CCHL2 games.

G – Cameron Scott (Arnprior Packers)

’99 born player has had big performances between the pipes this year. He holds a 15-18-1 record, with one shutout, 4.14 GAA and .900 SV%. He 71-saves in one game against Brockville, setting the CCHL2 season high for saves made in a game.

HC – Tasso Vasilas (Ottawa Jr Canadians)

Vasilas, now in his seventh season as the Canadians Head Coach, guided them to a franchise record 38-wins and their first 1st-place finish since they won the EOJHL Championship in 2012-13. OJC’s .896 wining percentage is the second highest in CCHL2 history.

GM – David Graham (Brockville Tikis)

Graham, like Dickson, had a huge part in the Tikis success as he brought in players from across North America. The Brockville Tikis have the third youngest team in the CCHL2, with an average age 17.9. They are the third youngest team to clinch a playoff spot in league history.