Sunday Recap | Four Games

Graphic/Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – For the second straight day, the EOJHL had four games on a busy Sunday with one being postponed between Whitewater and Brockville. It’ll be rescheduled to a later date. The matchups in the Martin Division were Embrun vs Richmond and Ottawa West vs Winchester. In the Richardson Division, it was Arnprior vs Westport and Perth vs Valley.

Embrun 4, Richmond 1

The Embrun Panthers continue their winning streak to three games. It was a game of a lot of firsts. Riley Carisse and Daylen Moses scores their first goals of the season while Robert Beaudoin and Rylan Flaig each extended their goal streak to two games. Bowen made 38 saves in the win.

Bowen Gaceta scores his first in the EOJHL as Richmond loses three of their last four games. Shots were 39-33 for Richmond.

Westport 2, Arnprior 0

Westport is 3-2 in their last five games. Nathaniel Boyes had a outstanding performance by making 26 saves for his first career EOJHL shutout. Michael Baird scores his first goal as a Rideau which turns out to be the game winner. Kyle Dagg would secure the win by scoring an empty net goal.

Porter Robertson was also great in between the pipes by making 35 saves on 36 shots. Both teams went 0-for-3 on the power play. Westport outshot Arnprior 37-26. Arnprior’s losing streak goes to four games.

Perth 8, Valley 2

The Perth Blue Wings wins four straight games and goes to 13-3-1 this season. Perth had eight different goal scorers in the win. Anderson (1G/1A), Davidson (1G/1A), Arpas (1G/1A), Langille (1G/2A) and Olson (1G/1A) each tallied multi-point efforts. The other goal scorers were James and Mierau. Gabriel Arrigo made 34 saves in between the pipes.

Perth was also trailing 2-0 after the first period and then exploded for eight unanswered goals. The goal scorers for Valley in the first were Schulist and Kuehl. Perth outshot Valley 44-36.

Winchester 4, Ottawa West 2

After suffering a one goal loss to Casselman, Winchester was able to bounce back in a huge way and beat the Golden Knights at home. William Labrosse was outstanding on offense by tallying two goals and one assist for three points including the game winner early in the third. Logan Bohm (1G/1A) and Ryan Spencer (2A) each had multi-point games. The Captain Garrett Craig scores his first goal of his EOJHL career into the empty net. This is his third season with Winchester.

The Golden Knights suffers their first two game losing streak of the season and goes to 15-3. Jack Haymes and Keon Troccoli-Roik were the goal scorers for Ottawa West. Justin Lee made 42 saves in the win. Ottawa West outshot Winchester 44-32.