CCHL2 Announces January CCM Performers of the Month

Ottawa, Ontario – The Central Canada Hockey League, Tier 2 is proud to announce its CCM Performers of the Month for January.

Player of the Month:

Carleton Place Jr Canadians ’00 born forward Ryland Mosley takes home the CCM Hockey Player of the Month award. The Arnprior, Ontario native posted 18 points (9G/9A) in just eight games last month.

The Carleton Place Canadians Tier 1 prospect led his team to a 6-1-1 record and had a nine game goal and point streak in the month of January. He is also second in goals (36) behind Plante for first and is third in the league points (72). 

Our CCM Player of the Month honourable mentions go out to Luke Mulvihill of the Ottawa West Golden Knights and Athens Aero’s defenseman Cameron McLean.  

Mulvihill, 20, lead Ottawa West to a 8-3 team record with 19 points (10G) and five mutli-point efforts.

McLean, 18, had nine points in seven games (5G) with four multi-point games and a 3-3-1 team record during that time.

Rookie of the Month:

Our top performing rookie for January goes out to Casselman Vikings goaltender Zach Paputsakis. Paputsakis, 16, went 3-1 with a 1.51 GAA and an .949 SV% over four games.

“Paps is a very likeable kid. The boys are always ready to play hard for him. His game has grown a lot since the beginning of the year, as he has always had the ability to make the highlight reel saves but as he continues to mature with every start, his calmness to make the routine saves, his puck playing and his squareness to the puck are very noticeable as his confidence continues to grow” said Casselman Vikings coach, Geoff Seguin.

The Rockland, Ontario native also have two shut-outs, coming against Brockville and Richmond. He leads the CCHL2 in GAA (1.96) and SV% (.933) this season.

The Rookie of the Month honourable mentions are Reece Bolton of the Carleton Place Jr. B Canadians and Casselman Vikings forward Danyk Drouin.

Bolton, 17, had 16 points (9G) in eight games, recording a point in every single game last month.

Drouin, 16, netted 16 points (5G) over eight games including five multi-point games.

Goalie of the Month:

The CCHL2 Goalie of the Month is going to be given to Cameron Iob of the Ottawa West Golden Knights. Iob, 18, went 5-0 with a 1.68GAA/.938SV% and recorded his first career shut-out against Arnprior on January 24th.

“After going through the loss of his close friends in the horrific car accident, he has dedicated his season to them and has lead our team with 5 victories in January including a shut out” explained Ottawa West Coach, Steve Sundin.

“Cameron is a real competitor and has always put his team first.  It helps that he is close friends with Chris Cuglietta our other goalie and they feed off each other to make the OWGK a contender in the Martin Division. As his Head Coach I could not be prouder of Cameron’s performance this year”.

During an impressive month, Iob also recorded a huge win against the Renfrew Timber Wolves, a game that he had circled on his calendar and wanted to win for his good friend Alex Paguette who passed away in a car crash in 2017.

The honourable mentions for the Goalie of the Month go out to Casselman Vikings 6’4 netminder Zachary Paputsakis and Perth Blue Wings goaltender Jonathan Peacock.

Papuksakis, 16, went 3-1 with a a 1.51 GAA and an .949 SV% over four games.

Peacock, 19, had a 2.41GAA/.929SV% over four games and three wins.