Morning Recap | Perth defeats Brockville on Wednesday while OJC and Ottawa West win on Thursday

Photo: Davide Disipio / Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – The Perth Blue Wings dominated their way to victory against Brockville on Wednesday night while the Golden Knights bounce back with a win over Char-Lan and OJC scores seven goals against a struggling Casselman Vikings team.

Perth 6, Brockville 2 (Wednesday)

The Blue Wings would score four unanswered goals late in the first period until the second period at 13:32. Bredan Lynch had a great night by collecting two goals and two assists in a four-point night. Matt Berry and Ethan Guy also collected two points with one goal and one assist. Justin Salter would score the game winner very early in the second period.

Tyler Toomey was able to score his 13th of the year to extend his goal streak to eight games in another tough loss for Brockville. They’ve now loss three consecutive games. The Blue Wings were 2-for-5 on the man advantage and outshot Brockville 37-23.

Ottawa West 7, Char-Lan 3 (Thursday)

It was big night for a lot of Ottawa West Golden Knights players as they were able to bounce back and win their 19th game of the season. Noah Haymes collected his second career hat trick as he also snapped his 10 game goalless drought.

Sean Kearns also had a big game with five assists. It’s the first five point game of his CCHL2 career. Ric Shin scores twice while Michael Gallivan and Jack Haymes also tallied 1 G / 2 A for three points. Sam Schonfeld (U18 NEP) collected his first assist in the win and had lots of minutes by playing on the top pairing with Geronimo Whiteduck.

The biggest story of this game was the Char-Lan Rebels went 0-for-9 on the power play and snap their three game winning streak. Isacc Testani and Joseph Samson each tallied 1 G / 1 A in the Rebels loss. Golden Knights outshot the Rebels 39-31.

Ottawa 7, Casselman 3 (Thursday)

After the Canadians took a big win on Tuesday, they were able to score seven goals against the Casselman Vikings at the Jr Brisson Complex. Mike Hall was really good on the back end with 2 G / 1 A for three points Will Fitzsimmons also collected his first two goal game of his CCHL2 career.

The Canaians were without Nicolas Seguin who got the game winning goal on Tuesday. Janick Lacroix would collect the game winner late in the second period. Griffin McGregor was able to assist in two of the Canadians goals.

The Vikings struggles continue after losing to Char-Lan last week on Saturday. Shawn Patterson had 1 G / 1 A while Nicolas Chartrand and Mikael Houle also netted one goal. Both teams went 1-for-6 on the power play. Ryan Whitehurst made 36 saves for his 10th win this season. Casselman has loss five of their last eight games and Ottawa has won their last four games.