By: Mason Detre
Ottawa, ON – Four games were on tap with three games in the afternoon and one at night.
F/OT | Westport 4, Brockville 3
Tim Morton scored the OT Winner to give Westport their 11th win of the year. McHugh, Carswell, and Kettyle were the other goal scorers in the game. Anson and Morton each finished the afternoon with two points.
Hunter, Cole and Shipclark each tallied one goal in the Tikis loss. They are 0-3-2 in their last five games. This is Brockville’s third OT loss of the season.
Westport led the way in shots 45-42. Rideaus snap their two-game losing streak.
Char-Lan 7, Richmond 4
The Rebels blew a 3-0 lead but were able to score four goals in the third to grab their second consecutive victory. Reifler leads the way with 2G / 1A alongside Markell who put up a big four-point afternoon with 1G / 3A.
Parnell (2G / 1A) and Goodfellow (1G / 2A) each tallied three-point afternoon’s for Richmond in the loss. They’ve now loss four straight games and all games in the month of November. Shots were 35-34 in favor of Richmond.
Ottawa West 5, Whitewater 3
Winning ways continue for the Golden Knights, ending the week with a perfect 3-0 record while extending their winning streak to four straight games. Haymes picked up a Gordie Howe hat-trick while Gallivan picked up the GWG and his first two goal game of the season.
Rogers also tallied two points on the afternoon. Vanhoof scored a highlight goal with a toe drag in the Kings loss. Kuehl collected 1G / 1A extending his point streak to two games. They are 0-4-3 in their last seven games. AJ Lariviere picked up his first victory making 26 saves in his Tier 2 debut.
Athens 3, Alexandria 0
Mitchell Rukavina makes 24 saves for his first career CCHL Tier 2 shutout. Webster, Young and Kingston were the goal scorers – giving Athens their fifth win of the season. They pick up three of four points this week. They are 2-0-2 in their last four games.
Alexandria has now dropped three consecutive games and were playing short throughout the entire game. It’s the first time since Tier 2 existed that they’ve been shutout in two consecutive games. They were outscored 9-0 this week.
Three Stars of the night
1st Star – ATH, Mitchell Rukavina (24 SVS + 1 Shutout)
2nd Star – OW, Michael Gallivan (2G + GWG)
3rd Star – WPR, Tim Morton (1G / 1A + OT Winner)
Rukavina, Gallivan and Morton are Sunday's #CCHL2 Three ⭐️ of the night! pic.twitter.com/IiWCY204Ga
— CCHL2 (@CCHLTier2) November 12, 2018