CCHL2 Weekend Recap | By: Mason Detre |
Perth 5, Winchester 2
Perth would jump out to a 2-0 lead going to the third period. Winchester had some life when they scored twice but still trailed 3-2. Dylan Sharpley would add the insurance marker with his second goal of the game.
Nathan MacKechnie picked up 1G/ 2A in the win while Currie (2A) and Harris (1G / 1A) each tallied two points on the night. Byrnes-Shaw and Cotnam had one goal in the loss. Darien Johnson made 52 saves in a good effort in net. Perth outshot Winchester 57-29.
Arnprior 3, Westport 2
The game was tied going to the third. Arnprior would get two goals early in the period and never looked back. Cameron Scott made 63 saves on 65 shots for his fifth win of the season. Chaput, Johnson and Bones each tallied one goal for the Packers.
Power and Duncan each had two assists. Kettyle collected one goal and one assist while Anson had the second goal for Westport which wasn’t enough. Attendance was 612 on PACK THE TIN BARN FOR CALLUM night at the Westport Community Arena.
Alexandria 4, Embrun 2
The Glens scored three unanswered goals in the second period for the win. Mikael Gibeault led the way with one goal and one assist while Paquette and Parent added two apples. Reggy St-Surin would get the GWG on the Glens third goal. Dickie and Thomas with the other goals.
Brosseau and Hamilton picked up their first goals of the season in the loss. Embrun outshot Alexandria 33-24.
Casselman 6, Renfrew 1
The Casselman Vikings would dominate the game from start to finish to pick up their fifth win of the year. Joel Hunt led the way with his first Hat Trick of the season. Britton, Patterson and Green each tallied two assists while Cloutier collected one goal and one assist.
Andrew McIntyre scored his eighth goal of the year in the loss. He extends his point streak to six games. Casselman outshot Renfrew 49-29.
Arnprior 7, Alexandria 5
The Packers were up 6-2 during the game. Alexandria attempted a late comeback but it wasn’t enough. Ty Power tallied 2G / 4A in a six-point afternoon. He extends his point streak to six games. Duncan also collected two goals while Joel Driscoll had three points with 1G / 2A.
Austin Ladouceur scored the first two goals of the game for Alexandria in the loss. Baxtrom (2A) and Thomas (1G / 1A) each collected two points. Glens outshot Packers 44-41.
Winchester 6, Athens 3
The Winchester Hawks were able to score four unanswered goals in the first two periods and never looked back. Kieran Gaynor and Kyle Kuehni led the way with two goals each and Kuehni added one apple.
Kelly, MacDonald and Neilsen each tallied two assists while Miguel Pare collected 1G / 2A in three-point night. Jacob Servage had 1G / 2A and extends his point streak to three games with Athens. Winchester outshot Athens 43-32.
Renfrew 4, Whitewater 3
The Timberwolves lost the lead three times but finally got the lead held on. Cameron Mulholland picked up the GWG. Ben Benvenuti tallied 1G / 2A while McIntyre collected 1G / 1A and extends his point streak to seven games.
Chad Moore netted his first two points with 1G / 1A in the loss. Shiman and Vanhoof each had one goal. Renfrew outshot Whitewater 30-26.
Westport 4, Carleton Place 1
Rideaus were leading 2-1 going to the third period and were able to score two straight goals early. Hugh McHugh (1G / 1A) and Blake Kettyle (1G / 2A) lead the way for Westport. Kettyle has points in all of his six games and has collected 7G / 8A this season. Alex Zoutis made 46 saves for his third win of the year.
Spencer Marshall had one goal in the second period for Carleton Place. Canadians outshot the Rideaus 47-36.
Char-Lan 4, Richmond 2
Rebels trailed 2-0 in the first 30 minutes of the game before scoring four unanswered goals in the second half to win their fifth of the year. Donnelly, Markell and Fiacco each tallied one goal. Jacob Cook would score the go-ahead goal on the power play.
Sam Ferland extends his point streak to four games after collecting two assists. Awada and Symington had Richmond’s first two goals in first half of the game. Dawson Irving made 29 saves in the win.
Ottawa 9, Richmond 7
The Royals were able to comeback down 4-1 to tie it but weren’t able to comeback down 8-4 as they fell short in a high scoring contest against Ottawa. Thomas Freel tallied 2G / 2A in a four point afternoon and now leads all rookies in points with 13. He is also tied for 6th in the league in points.
Housakos (2G / 1A) and Turner (1G / 2A) each had three points in the game. De Kamps, Tzougarakis, Saumur and Murphy each collected two points. Symington tallied two goals while Bonfield (3A) and Silenu (1G / 2A) each had three points in the loss for Royals. Ottawa outshot Richmond 45-36.