Friday Recap | Four Games

Graphic/Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – Eight teams were in action on a busy Friday in the EOJHL. The matchups featured Carleton Place vs Perth and Athens vs Arnprior in the Richardson Division. In the Martin Division, it was Richmond vs Alexandria and Casselman vs Winchester.

Perth 5, Carleton Place 2

Kyle James, Justin Salter, Ben Langille and Connor Hobin each tallied 1G/1A as Perth picks up their 12th win this season. Carter Olson also collect his first goal with Perth. Matthew Maas had 17 saves on 19 shots. Perth went 1-for-5 on the power play. Perth also wins their third straight game and went 3-0 during their homestand.

Brennan Boyce scores twice in the Carleton Place loss. CP also went 2-for-7 on the man advantage but couldn’t score on 5-on-5. It snaps Carleton Place’s eight game winning streak.

Athens 5, Arnprior 2

After a tough game against Whitewater in their last matchup, Athens was able to outshoot Arnprior 51-30 as they pick up their ninth win this season. Andrew Sprague scores twice while Nicholson (1G/1A) and Manderson each tally two points. Ryan Letham collects his second goal and Clifford Edwards scores his first with Athens. It turned out to be the game winner back in the first.

Arnprior’s losing streak extends to two games. Cuglietta and Caruilli Giulio were the goal scorers for Arnprior. Jett Miller made 46 saves and Emerson Hunt had 28 saves.

Casselman 3, Winchester 2

Casselman snaps their two game losing streak and pick up their ninth win. They improve to 9-3-2. Mathieu Talbot and Xavier Borgia each scored in the first and Frederick Gagnier would score the game winner late in the third. Zachari Racine continues to be terrific in between the pipes by making 42 saves.

Noel Klassen and Logan Bohm each collect one goal in the Winchester loss. The Hawks snap their two game winning streak. Both teams went 1-for-3 on the power play. Shots were 44-40 for Winchester.

Richmond 3, Alexandria 2

Despite Richmond being shorthanded with only 15 players in their lineup, they were able to come away with a one goal victory in Alexandria. Brady Fleming, Curran Gilmour and Noah Dioszeghy were the goal scorers for Richmond. Ethan Dinsdale made 26 saves in the win.

Alex Lemieux was able to score twice, but Alexandria loses their six consecutive game. Shots were 35-28 for Richmond.