RELEASE | EOJHL Announces 2022-23 Martin Division All Stars

Graphic/Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – The Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League is proud to announce the Martin Division All Stars for the 2022-23 season.

Forward: ’02 Charlie Belanger (Embrun Panthers)

Belanger, 20, finished the season with 36 goals, 31 assists and 67 points in all 42 games. The Ottawa, Ontario had only 30 points in 32 games last year and set a lot of career highs this season. He was second among Martin Division skaters in points and goals this season.

Forward: ’04 Dylan Rorwick (Richmond Royals)

Rorwick, 19, was in his first full season with the Richmond Royals and became one of the leading scorers. Before playing with Richmond, he was with the Kanata Blazers U18 AA and had call up games with the Ottawa West Golden Knights. The Kanata, Ontario native had 38 goals, 36 assists and 74 points in 39 games. He was first among Martin Division Skaters with points and goals.

Forward: ’03 Sean Ireland (Ottawa West Golden Knights)

Ireland, 20, spent last season with the Carleton Place Jr. Canadians and was traded to the Golden Knights in the off season. He had 46 points in 36 games last season. The Almonte, Ontario native had 25 goals, 37 assists and 62 points in 40 games. He was first in assists and third in points among Martin Division Skaters.

Defense: ’02 Shane Sullivan (Richmond Royals)

Sullivan, 21, has spent the majority of his EOJHL career with the Richmond Royals. During his rookie season, he was with Carleton Place (CCHL2). Last season with Richmond he had only 17 points in 26 games. The Stittsville, Ontario had four goals, 31 assists and 35 points in 32 games. He was ranked fourth among defenseman’s in the league in points.

Defense: ’04 Daniel Beauchemin (Winchester Hawks) 

Beauchemin, 18, is in his second full season with Winchester. he has improved so much since his rookie season in the EOJHL. The Ottawa, Ontario had nine goals, 27 assists and 36 points in 40 games. During his career, he has 11 goals, 49 assists and 60 points in 79 games. He was ranked second among defenseman’s in points.

Goalie: ’02 Felix Schnell (Ottawa Jr. Canadians)

Schnell, 20, spent the majority of his junior career with the Ottawa Jr. Senators from the 2019-20 season to 2022-23. During his final season in his junior career, he went 15-13-2 in 33 games, 2.89 GAA / .918 SV% with one shutout. He was 5th in save percentage, 9th in goals against average and 8th in wins.

Coach: Shawn Couturier (Richmond Royals)

GM: Roger Chapman (Richmond Royals)

Both Couturier and Chapman got the Richmond Royals into the playoffs for the first time since the 2016-17 season and got Richmond to first place in the Martin Division.