Ottawa, ON – There were three Sunday afternoon contests and one rescheduled game during the evening as teams are jocking for position in the playoffs.
F | Carleton Place 5, Richmond 1
Kyle Lightfoot and Brendan Hill each led the way with one goal and one assist – finishing the week with 3G / 3 A each. Kealey and Richmond tally two assists. Lister, Cyr, and Sullivan were the other goal scorers for CP. The Canadians extend their winning-streak to four games.
Ryan Mann had the only goal in the Royals loss. They’re losing streak extends to three games. Carleton Place outshot Richmond 40-27.
F/OT | Westport 4, Perth 3
The Blue Wings thought they had full control of the game with a 3-0 lead until the last seven minutes where the Rideaus scored three unanswered goals. Anthony Ieradi gets the overtime winner seven seconds in. They are tied for 1st place in the Richardson Division with Perth.
Harris, Bonfield and MacKechnie had the first three Blue Wings goals. The loss ends their three game winning-streak. Westport faces off against Brockville and Perth hosts Athens on a special family day game tomorrow.
F | Casselman 5, Athens 2
Yanick Dicaire and Mikael Bissonnette each tally 1 G / 1 A. Talbot and Chabot also added two assists. Samuel Labre picked up his first goal this season while Mattie and Gagnier were the other goal scorers for Casselman. The Vikings have won three consecutive games.
Brock McNaughton and Jacob Servage each tallied one goal for Athens. The Aeros have been officially out of playoff contention with their two losses this week.
F | Ottawa 7, Char-Lan 3
The Canadians peppered in 65 shots on Grant Craig on Sunday night. Justin Turner had a monstrous game with two goals and three assists. Raphael Lecours also had two goals and one assists. Connor Dobson and Ryan Carroll each tallied their first CCHL2 goals.
Liam MacDonald and Rylan Iwachniuk each collect 1 G / 1 A in the Rebels loss. That means they’ll be on the road for Game 1 of their Wild Card Series in a week against Alexandria.