Friday Recap | Six Games

Photo: Dante De Caria | Article: Mason Detre

Ottawa, ON – There were six games on a final busy Friday night in CCHL Tier 2 as teams in the Richardson Division are trying to finish in a certain spot for the playoffs.

F/OT | Whitewater 5, Embrun 4

Tommy Cahill completes a four-goal performance, scoring the overtime winner. Michael Hubers tallies one goal and two helpers for his first three-point game this season. The Kings snap a two game losing streak and are 2-1-1 in their last four games. They play Brockville on Saturday for their final home game, then end their season on the road against Arnprior.

Marc Brosseau continues his hot steak after two goals and extends his point streak to five games. He has five goals and four assists during that time. Connor Drost also had one goal and one assist in his fifth multi-point game this year. The Panthers end their season with a 13-24-7 record and no graduating players.

F | Perth 6, Richmond 3

Nathan MacKechnie and Jordan Currie each led the way with two goals. Spencer added two assists while Symington and Bonfield were the other goal scorers for Perth. They extend their winning streak to two games and have won five of their last six.

Ryan Mann (1 G / 1 A) and Noah Diozeghy (2 A) each had two points in the Royals loss. Richmond ends their regular season Sunday afternoon against the Ottawa West Golden Knights. In order for the Blue Wings to win the Richardson Division title, they need a Westport regulation loss or in OT/SO loss and a win against Casselman on Sunday night.

F | Casselman 5, Carleton Place 2

The Casselman Vikings extend their winning streak to five games after they scored four unanswered goals between the second and third period. Louis Chabot’s hot streak continues – tallying 1 G / 2 A and now has a five game point streak (2 G / 7 A). Rousselle and Cossette also added 1 G / 1 A.

Browne and Woolsey each had the goals for Carleton Place. They still sit 4th place in the Richardson Division and are in a must win game against Renfrew Saturday night.

F | Renfrew 8, Arnprior 1

The Renfrew Timberwolves have clinched the final playoff spot in the Richardson Division. Brad Richardson collects a hat-trick in a four-point night and McIntyre had 1 G / 4 A for his third-five point game this season. Shiman (1 G / 2 A), Howie (1 G / 2 A) and Marinic (3 A) each added three points.

Rivard had the only goal as Arnprior is now eliminated from playoff contention. With a Renfrew win on Saturday, they’ll take on Carleton Place in the wild card series. If they lose and Brockville suffers a loss then it will be the Tikis in the first round.

F | Westport 8, Athens 3

Ty Nicholson collects his first five-point game of the season, scoring a hat-trick and two helpers. Blake Kettyle also extends his point-streak to 15 games and his third hat-trick this year. The Rideaus are 8-0-1 in their last nine games and are on a three game winning-streak.

Owen Webster scores twice and Cooper Kingston added one goal in the Athens loss. There struggles continue in the second half, as they are 2-11-1 since 2019 started. With a win for Westport on Saturday afternoon against Winchester, they will win the Richardson Division.

F | Alexandria 6, Winchester 5

The Glens comeback down 5-3 in the third and score three unanswered goals to get their final regular season win. Kodiak Whiteduck and Mathieu Parent each tally their first career CCHL2 hat-tricks. Tobias Commanda-Odjick added four assists and Dylan Stacey with three assists.

Isaac Landry scores twice while Campbell-Hill scores his first CCHL2 goal, Johnson and Torres-Gil all had goals for Winchester. Alexandria will start their wild card series matchup against Char-Lan next week with game one happening at the Glens Garry Sports Palace.