Ottawa, ON – There was one game in the afternoon and three games during the evening as the playoff format is now set for 2019.
F | Westport 6, Winchester 1
The Rideaus have won the Richardson Division title. It’s their first Division title since the 2011-12 back in EOJHL days. Blake Kettyle (1 G / 1 A) collects 80 points this year and finishes the season with a 16 game point streak.
McHugh had 1 G / 2 A in a three-point afternoon and Barresti netted 1 G / 1 A. Westport went 9-0-1 in the last month of the season. Kyle Kuehni had the only goal for Winchester’s final loss.
F | Brockville 4, Whitewater 3
The Tikis will now face the Perth Blue Wings in the Barkley Cup Quarter-Finals after picking up the big win and finishes third in the Richardson Division. Kullualik tallied one goal and one assist while Hunter, Seaman and McCullough all netted one goal.
Tommy Cahill ends his CCHL2 career with 1 G / 1 A in the Kings loss. Vanhoof scores shorthanded and Kuehl also registered one goal. Brockville’s winning streak extends to two game.
F | Char-Lan 8, Athens 4
Mathieu Sabourin tallies four goals and one helper in his first five-point game. Taran Fiacco collects four assists and MacDonald gets 1 G / 2 A in his first three-point game this season. The Rebels will now go on the road to face Alexandria next week for game 1 of the wild card series.
Owen Webster also had his first four-point game with one goal and three helpers. McKenney scores twice and Birnie had one goal and one assist. The Rebels went 4-2 in their final six games of the season.
F | Carleton Place 4, Renfrew 1
Stef Hawkins and Emile Cyr each register 1 G / 1 A in the Canadians last game this year. Marshall and Carriere also netted one goal. Carleton Place went 6-2 in February and won five of their last six games.
Andrew McIntyre scores his 43rd of the year for Renfrew. He ends the season with 43 goals, 48 assists and 91 points in 43 games. These teams will now face off in the Richardson Division wild card series starting next week.