Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday CCHL2 Recaps | By: Mason Detre
Ottawa, ON – On Tuesday Ottawa faced off against Alexandria in a rematch from last year’s playoff matchup and Wednesday night featured the Brockville Tikis against the Whitewater Kings.
Ottawa 10, Alexandria 2
The Ottawa Canadians score six unanswered goals in the first period and never looked back. Pickering (2G / 2A) and Seguin (1G / 3A) each had four-point nights. De Kamps also collected two goals, one assist for three points.
Housakos extended his point streak five-games while Freel, Murphy, Pickard, Turner and Saumur each extended their point streak to three games after tallying two points. Ottawa goes to 10-0-0. Parent and Dickie had goals for Glens in the loss. OJC outshot Alexandria 42-27.
F/OT | Whitewater 6, Brockville 5
The Whitewater Kings were able to tie the game with 12 seconds left. Campitelli’s second goal of the night was OT winner as they picked up their third win this season. Quinn Vanhoof tallied a Hat Trick giving him five goals on the year.
Tikis defenseman Jared Elliott picked up his first goal in Tier 2 then added three assists in the loss. He now has seven points in his first five games. Hunter (1G / 1A) and Torres-Gil (2A) both recorded two points. Tikis outshot Kings 34-29.
Ottawa West 3, Embrun 1
Golden knights took a 2-1 lead going to the third and got an insurance marker within the first two minutes of regulation. Goulet (2G, 1A) and Rogers (1G, 2A) each tallied three points and were on for all the three goals. West snaps their two-game losing streak.
Aiden Whynot had the only marker in the loss. Ottawa West outshot Embrun 44-33. Ivanski made 41 saves while Daoust had 33 saves.
F/SO | Casselman 4, Winchester 3
The Vikings scored three unanswered goals after they were down 1-0. Winchester was able to get two goals back to tie it up to force OT/SO. Louis Chabot tallied one goal plus the shootout winner in the third round. Patterson and Cloutier had other goals for Casselman.
Randall collected 1G /1A in two-point night while Seaman and Kuehni had the Hawk’s goals in loss. Casselman outshot Winchester 41-21.