Ottawa, Ontario – There were four games on a busy Saturday night in CCHL Tier 2 which includes a rivalry matchup, a line brawl between Richmond and Athens, and two other key games.
Ottawa West 5, Casselman 2
The Golden Knights are now one point away from 1st in the Martin Division as they extend their winning streak to seven games. Jay Haymes led the way offensively by getting his second consecutive two goal game this week. He also extends his point streak to eight games (7 G / 11 A).
Sean Kearns contributed with two assists and has his point streak to eight games (6 G / 8 A). Daniel Goulet also tallied one goal in a multi-point night. Carroll and Gallivan each tallied one goal. Zachary Power and Mathieu Talbot had their goals coming on the power play in their second straight loss for Casselman.
The Golden Knights have scored a power play goal nine consecutive games and went 3-for-6 tonight. Casselman’s power play was successful at 2-for-4. Brent Pledge-Dickson made 29 saves for his sixth win of the season.
Richmond 3, Athens 2
This was a game to remember as there was a line brawl with under 15 minutes to play in regulation. Both teams cobined for 217 penalties minutes. During the game, Noah Dioszeghy would collected his fourth of the season and the game winner early in the third. Connor Gilchrist and TK Mwamba also had goals for Richmond.
The Aeros tough losing streak continues as the are still searching for their first win this season. Samuel Gray and Liam Silva each tallied one goal. The Royals have also snapped their four game losing streak.
Char-Lan 3, Arnprior 1
Noah Konink, Issac Testani and Alexandre Elie each collected one goal in the Rebels sixth win this season. Testani would get the game winner late in the third period. AP Jackson Parsons (Cornwall U18) was terrific between the pipes for Char-Lan by making 23 saves in his CCHL2 debut.
Andrew Cuglietta had the only goal in the Packers loss. Char-Lan outshot Arnprior 42-27. The Rebels power play was 1-for-8 in the game.
Carleton Place 5, Alexandria 2
This was another game that there was a lot of penalties which all came in the second period. The teams combined for 210 PIM. In that game, Carleton Place was able to set a season record by scoring three shorhanded goals in a game and two goals on the power play.
Spencer Marshall (1 G / 1 A) and Ben Carbonneau (2 A) all had two points on the night. Bill Gourgon, Mike Patchell, Ethan Woolsey and Reid Oliver were the goal scorers for Carleton Place. Graham Robertson and Kyle Joly got one goal in the Alexandria loss. The Glens finish the week by going 1-1 and Carleton Place were 2-0 this week.