Recap | Three Games

Photo: Davide Disipio / Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – There were three game happening with two games in the afternoon and one game at night on Sunday.

F/OT | Ottawa West 4, Richmond 3

The only line that stepped up for Golden Knights were Noah Haymes, Jack Haymes and Sean Kearns. That line combined for nine points throughout the game.  Defensively Sam Brown collected the game winner 17 seconds into overtime to end the afternoon with two points.

N. Haymes tallied three points (1 G / 2 A), Kearns recorded two assists and J. Haymes (1 G / 3 A) netted one goal in a four-point game. J. Haymes had a highlight reel power play goal in the second when going between his legs.

Noah Dioszeghy, Patrick Yates and Ryan Mann all tallied a goal as Richmond picks up a point in the OT loss. Ottawa West was 1-for-4 on the power play while Richmond was 0-for-4. Ottawa West outshot Richmond 42-35.

F/OT | Perth 5, Arnprior 4

The Packers were able to come back with one goal in the second and three more in the third to get a point. All of Arnprior’s goal came on the power play as they were 4-for-4. Mack Miller would be the OT hero for the second consecutive game and now has 12 goals on the season. He finishes the week with two goals and five assists.

Nathan MacKechnie contributed offensively with a multi-point game. Jardine, Lynch and Caparelli also netted one goal for Perth. Joel Driscoll assisted on three of Arnprior’s four goals. The three defense man’s that scored for Arnprior were Malcolm Brassard, Jacob Cover and Danny Carroll.

Andrew Cuglietta was the only forward that netted one goal during the game. Shots were 38-22 for Arnprior. The Blue Wings have now won three consecutive games.

F | Carleton Place 4, Athens 1

The Canadians would score three unanswered goals in the second as CP picks up their 18th win of the season. Bill Gourgon collected 1 G / 1 A including the game winner while Boyer, Oliver and Nicoll tallied one goal. Patrick Larkin also added two assists.

The Canadians also end the first half of the season by going 18-7-1 because their game against Renfrew this Wednesday has been postponed and will be rescheduled to a later date. Liam Silva had the only goal in the Athens loss. Justin Lafrance made 42 saves on 46 shots.