Recap | Busy Friday night with six games

Photo: Davide Disipio / Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – It was a busy Friday night with a total of six games, as were down to the final 31 days of the regular season.

Perth 8, Athens 4

It was a high scoring game throughout this game. Jordan Currie had four points (1G / 3A) while Nathan MacKechnie and Matt Berry netted two goals for a three-point game. Lynch added three assists while Harris and Miller had multi-points with 1G / 1A.

Matthew Maas makes 22 saves for his second win against his former team this season. Athens did look really good offensively by scoring four times. Liam Silva leads the way with 1G / 2A to extend his point streak to three games.

Eddie Olmstead and Kyle Gionet each collected 1G / 1A. Perth outshot Athens 57-26. Athens scored on their only power play attempt by going 1-for-1 and Perth’s man advantage was 0-for-3.

Arnprior 7, Richmond 4

The Packers extends their winning streak to two games with their 18th win this season. Cameron Scissons scores twice and James Buckley collects 1G / 2A to extend his point streak to three games. Campitelli, Leggett and Cuglietta also got on the score sheet with 1G / 1A.

Cameron Scott makes 31 saves for his 17th win of the season. It’s also Scott’s second consecutive win as a starter. Goodfellow and Gilmour had 1G / 1A for Richmond in the loss. The Royals have loss six consecutive games and are still in search of their first win in 2020. Shots were 41-35 for Arnprior.

Alexandria 4, Whitewater 1

It was a big night for the Alexandria Glens. They honoured long time team volunteer and President Archie Stewart, who passed away early this week. Archie spent countless hours over these years to help the Glens to success, both on and off the ice.

Graham Robertson collected his first natural hat trick of his CCHL2 career. He extends his point streak to two games (4G / 2A).  Maxime Desjardins added three assists while Pozzebon and Elijah Boisvert each added two assists. Tyler Desjardins had a good performance in net by making 28 saves.

Brayden Dellaire netted the only Whitewater goal in the loss. Shots were 36-29 in favour of Alexandria. The Glens extend their winning streak to two games while Whitewater has loss four games in a row.

Ottawa West 3, Embrun 2

The game was intense from start to finish. Noah and Jack Haymes brothers both combined for 2G / 2A on the night. Sean Kearns extended his point streak to nine games with one assists while Russell Jean-Pierre scores his second of the season to extend the goal streak to two games.

The shots were 39-21 for the Golden Knights throughout the night. Cayden Martin and Eric Skyba had the only goals for Embrun. Tristian Taillefer did score the tying goal but it was waived off because there was no time on the clock in the third frame. Golden Knights win streak goes to two games.

Ottawa 4, Renfrew 1

The Canadians pick up their 23rd win of the season. Will Fitzsimmons extended his point streak to 10 games by collecting his first career CCHL2 hat trick. Daher and Licandroa each got on the score sheet with two assists. Ryan Whitehurst made 35 saves for his 14th win this season.

Nolan McGregor scores his 20th goal this year in the Renfrew loss. The Canadians didn’t take one single penalty throughout the game and were 0-for-3 on the man advantage. Shots were 36-35 for Renfrew.

F/OT | Casselman 7, Winchester 6

This was an entertaining game throughout the whole game and possible a playoff preview on what’s to come in a month from time. Francois Drouin ends the game with 2G / 1A by scoring the overtime winner. Shawn Patterson collected his first hat trick of the season. He collected four points.

It extends the Vikings winning streak to four games. Casselman’s power play was only 1-for-2. Eric Vitale and Kyle Kuehni scores twice in the Winchester overtime loss. Johnson and Wark also scored once. Nicholas Campbell made 47 saves in the win.

Some other notable performances who had two points were Charlebois, Spencer and Paquette for Casselman. Schroeder and Fraser each had two assists for Winchester. Shots were 53-48 in favour of Winchester.