Recap | Busy Friday night with five games

Article by: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – As the Trade Deadline comes to an end, all the teams roster’s are now set for the remainder of the season. It was a busy Friday with five games happening.

Carleton Place 3, Perth 0

BrodBernard made 31 saves for his second shutout of the season. Leading the way was Michael Patchell who scores twice and Ethan Woolsey added an insurance marker in the second period. Carleton Place has now won five consecutive games and are 4-0 to start 2020.

Carleton has also swept the season series 4-0 and outscored Perth 14-to-6. Canadians power play was 1-for-3 and Perth’s man advantage was 0-for-6. The Blue Wings are also 1-2 to start 2020.

Embrun 3, Casselman 1

Despite Embrun being outshot by Casselman during the game, the Panthers were able to come out on top after William Nguyen made 40 saves for his 13th win of the season. Marshall Drevniok scores twice while Riley Carisse scores one goal and added an assist for a multi-point game.

Shots in the game were 41-26 for Casselman. Mathieu Talbot collected a power play goal late in the third. The Vikings have now loss seven of their last eight games. Embrun has also won three in a row to start 2020.

Renfrew 9, Alexandria 1

Sam Kalwitter, Artyom Shiman and Ben Langille each netted two goals in Renfrew’s blowout win over Alexandria. The Timberwolves snap their two game losing streak. Ethan Lapenskie makes 27 saves for his eighth win this season. Greer, McGregor and Barber, Kuehl and Martin also contributed on the scoreboard with two points.

Nico Pozzebon netted the only goal for Alexandria. Both Danik Martin and Tyler Desjardins split the duties in net during the game. Shots were 32-28 for Renfrew.

Westport 8, Richmond 0

This was another game that was out of reach from the start of the second period to the end of the game. Sean James and Blake Kettyle each netted two goals and one assist. With Kettyle’s two goals, he is the first CCHL2 player to hit 30 goals this season. It was also a huge milestone for Kettle as he is now the new all time leader for assists in CCHL2.

Tye Carswell also netted two goals while Nicholson added three assists. Vanhoof made his debut with Westport after being traded earlier in the day and was able to tally two assists. Patrick Leaver makes 37 saves for his second career CCHL2 shutout. Westport has now won six consecutive games and Richmond is 0-3 to start 2020.

Ottawa 4, Winchester 2

It wasn’t the best week for the Ottawa Jr. Canadians but were able to survive after being outplayed by the Winchester Hawks. Nicolas Seguin, George Daher and Janick Lacroix stepped up offensively by tallying one goal and two assists. Ryan Whitehurst makes 46 saves in the win.

OJC is 1-2 to start the new year. Morgan Wark, who was traded from the Golden Knights to Winchester on Friday, scored his first goal as a Hawk and has four goals this season. Kyle Fleming had the other marker in the Hawks loss. Shots were 48-26 for Winchester.