Friday Recap | Five Games

Nicolas Rousseau (Pictured) makes 47 saves for shut-out.


By: Mason Detre

Ottawa, ON – Friday night featured with five games. The big time match-ups featured Arnprior vs Westport and Ottawa West playing in Alexandria.

Perth 3, Brockville 0

Jonathan Peacock made 23 saves for his first shutout of the season. His last shutout came on October 14th, 2017 against Whitewater. Spencer, Sharpley and Kazda each tallied one goal for Perth.

Blue Wings went 2-for-2 on the player-play. Jordan Yaremchuk made 29 saves in the loss.

Renfrew 5, Embrun 2

The Timberwolves scored three unanswered goals to lead 4-1 and never looked back. Luka Marinic tallied two goals. Luckovich and Desjardins each picked up their first goals of the season. Crozier and Burnette each had two-point nights.

Brosseau had 1G / 1A and points on for all two goals for the Embrun Panthers. Drost had the other goal from Embrun. Renfrew outshot their opponent 45-34.

Alexandria 4, Ottawa West 0

Nicolas Rousseau played one of his best games of the year collecting his first shutout. He made 46 saves in the Glens eighth win of the year. They are now third in the Martin Division. Stacey, Parent and Baxtrom each had 1G / 1A.

Ottawa West dominated the game but were 0-for-7 on the power-play. Golden Knights outshot the Glens 46-22. At one point, they outshot them 19-2. It’s the third consecutive game that Ottawa West has been shutout on the road.

Westport 9, Arnprior 3

Blake Kettyle had a monstrous night collecting six points with a hat trick (3G / 3A). Tye Carswell had a good performance and scored his first Tier 2 goal and collected two assists on the night. Armstrong also picked up his first as a Rideau as he was acquired via trade this week . Anson tallied four points with 1G / 3A.

Jorssen, Power and Duncan each picked two-point nights in Packers blowout loss. Westport outshot them 54-38.

F/OT | Winchester 4, Athens 3

This was the only game that need extra time in Winchester. Kyle Kuehni would score the OT Winner to cap off a two-point night (1G / 1A). Randall and DeRepentigny each had goals in the first then in regulation Clemen would tie it up with his 1st goal of the year.

Athens did comeback down 2-0 to make it 3-2 but couldn’t hang on. Berry, Birnie and Kingston each tallied one goal for the Aeros in the loss. They are 0-6-1 in their last seven games. Hawks snap their five game losing streak.