Morning Recap | Four Games

Article by: Mason Detre


Ottawa, ON – There were four games on Friday night in CCHL Tier 2 which including some very key matchups.

Ottawa West 5, Westport 3

The Ottawa West Golden Knights have won three consecutive games after their win over Westport. Leading the way was Jack Haymes offensively by scoring twice in a three-point night. Jack and Noah Haymes were able to extend their point streaks to four games.

Also in the game, Jalen Poole Fournier tallied his first career CCHL2 goal and AP Patrick Wood got his first CCHL2 point by recording an assist. Brent Pledge-Dickson also made 42 saves for the win. Anthony Ieradi scores twice in the Westport loss.

The Golden Knights also were 2-for-3 on the power play. In their last 4 games, the power play for Ottawa West is 9-for-18.

Arnprior 5, Alexandria 4

The Arnprior Packers were able to win back-to-back games against Alexandria this week to get their record to 7-7. James Buckley once again contribute with two goals. During his two games against Alexandria, he had three goals and two assists.

Jake Duhn also had a good night on the back end by collecting three assists. Cameron Scott made 32 saves for his 6th win this season. Nico Pozzebon (1 G / 2 A) and Jakob Lefebvre (3 A) each tallied three points for Alexandria in their third straight loss. Shots were 36-29 for Alexandria.

Perth 6, Casselman 4

Despite Perth being outshot 41-27 by Casselman in the game, they were able to come up with a huge win. Mack Miller (1 G / 2 A) and Jordan Currie (3 A) were productive offensively by having three points. Alex Zoutis made 37 saves in between the pipes for his 7th win this season. He has not suffered a regulation loss this year.

Kazda and Salter also tallied multi-point game with two points. Zachary Fournier (1 G / 2 A) and Shawn Patterson (2 G / 1 A) each had three points as the Vikings snap their two game winning streak. The Perth Blue Wings are currently on a five game winning streak.

F/OT | Embrun 4, Winchester 3

This was the only that went into extra time and it gave Embrun their 10th win this season. Both teams would trade goals from the start of the game until the end of the game. Marshall Drevniok was able to score the OT winner to complete a multi-point night with 1 G / 1 A.

Jarrett Ladouceur also had two points with 1 G / 1 A. The other players who got goals from Embrun were Tyler Cummins and Luke Peck on the back end. The Winchester Hawks had Eric Vitale, Kyle Kuehni and Nicolas Corry each scoring once to get a point tonight. Embrun outshot Winchester 42-36.