Recap | Richmond, Embrun, Brockville and Char-Lan all win on Sunday

By: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – There were four games on a busy Sunday in the CCHL Tier 2. There were three games in the afternoon followed by a night game between Char-Lan and Athens.

Richmond 6, Arnprior 4

It was very entertaining game as Richmond and Arnprior were tied after two periods. Curran Gilmour’s second of the season proved to be the difference as Richmond was able to win their second straight game and got their sixth win of the season.

Patrick Yates had himself a very good afternoon by picking up 1 G / 3 A for his second four-point game this season. Former Richmond Royal Danny Carroll collects 1 G / 2 A for his first three-point game of the season as Arnprior has loss six consecutive games.

Embrun 3, Perth 2

The Panthers were able to survive a late push by Perth in the last 10 minutes of the game. Eric Skyba scores the game winner and has three goals in his last three games. John Mahoney and Tristian Taillefer got the first two goals to get the early lead and never looked back.

Mack Miller got the two goals for Perth in the loss. William Nguyen 31 saves in the win. Perth has now loss five consecutive games.

F/SO | Brockville 4, Whitewater 3

It was big afternoon for the Tikis as Marcus Arabe got the shootout the winner in the third. The Tikis were able to tie the game by with 8 seconds left from Tyler Toomey to survive and force extra time. Owen Mahoney (BRO U18) collected his first CCHL2 goal in his first game in a Tikis uniform. His brother Ethan Mahoney (BRO U18) got an assists on the tying goal back in the second period.

Josh Reid, John Enright and Noah Bradburn had the goals in the shootout loss. Joseph Weise was fantastic in between the pipes by making 36 saves.

Char-Lan 6, Athens 4

It was a high scoring game but the Rebels were able to prevail and get their second straight win. Jack Parker (Nepean U18) got his first CCHL2 goal in his first game in a Rebels uniform and got the game winning goal. Evan Huntley also led the way with 1 G / 2 A in a three-point night.

Carter, Waldhauser, Iwachniuk and Cook also tallied a goal in the win. For Athens, they had Kohel McCulloch tally two goals while Matthew Hudson contributed with 1 G / 1 A in a very good effort. Char-Lan outshot Athens 40-28.