Recap | Four games

By: Mason Detre


Ottawa, ON – There were four games in total in CCHL Tier 2 action on Sunday. One game came in the afternoon between Casselman and Richmond while there were three other games at night.

Casselman 5, Richmond 2

The Vikings were able to get their 12th win of the season. Richmond outshot Casselman in the first period 11-8 and in the third period 21-9. Desjardins, Paquette, Drouin, Gregoire and Labre were the goal scorers for Casselman. Zachari Recine made 41 saves for his 7th win of the season.

Richmond only scored twice offensively from Ryan Mann and Curran Gilmour who each recorded a multi-point game. The Royals power play was 1-for-6 while Casselman went 0-for-3 in their man advantage in the afternoon game.

Ottawa 5, Whitewater 1

The Canadians snapped a two game losing streak with a win over Whitewater. Antonio Silenu and Nicolas Seguin each tallied two goals. Silenu has four goals in his last two games while Seguin is tallying eight goals and one assist in his last six games.

Ryan Whitehurst goes to 7-1 by making 37 saves on 38 shots. The Kings record is now down to 1-13-1 in 15 games. Josh Reid was called up to the Whitewater Kings and collected his first CCHL Tier 2 goal. He currently has one goal in 13 games with the U18 Pembroke Lumber Kings.

Winchester 5, Arnprior 4

This was an entertaining game to watch. Winchester took the lead twice but Arnprior kept coming back when they were down by two or three goals. The Hawks improve to 7-3-3 to start the season. Kuehni (2 G / 1 A) and Vitale/Neilsen (1 G / 2 A) had three-point nights. Also having a good night Kyle Fleming who had one goal and one assist.

James Buckley continues to stay hot as he extends his point streak to five games by collecting 1 G / 1 A. Joel Driscoll also had his point streak extended to three games in a multi-point game. The Packers snap their three game winning streak. Arnprior outshot Winchester 41-35.

Perth 5, Athens 2

Jordan Currie once again by collecting four assists. He now has seven assists in the last two games and currently has seven goals, twelve assists and nineteen points in fifteen games to start the year. He spent his whole career junior hockey career as a defenseman.

Salter, MacTavish, Doyle, MacKechnie and Were got all of the goals for Perth. McCulloch and Silva had the goals for Athens in the loss. Matthew Maas continues to be terrific in the net by making 42 saves. Shots were 47-27 in favoring of Perth.