Ottawa, ON – Thursday night saw two games with Ottawa West hosting Carleton Place and then Alexandria traveling to Casselman to play the Vikings. Friday night had four games in a busy night.
F/SO | Ottawa West 4, Carleton Place 3
The Golden Knights comeback down 3-1 with Ben Kreyzerman scoring his first two CCHL2 goals to force this game into OT. Michael Gallivan his 20th back in the first period.
Sam Edwards would score the shootout winner to give Ottawa West their first shootout win this season. It was only their second shootout all year and their only S/O loss came in the home opener against Alexandria back in September.
It was also Carleton Place’s second shootout loss in three attempts this season. Josh Mills, Spencer Marshall and Emile Cyr were the goal scorers for Carleton Place. They are 0-2-1 in their last three games.
F/SO | Casselman 7, Alexandria 6
This was a game that these two won’t forget. The Vikings were trailing 6-2 with seven minutes left in regulation and went on score four unanswered goals. Jason Cossette ended the night with two goals and one assist including the game tying goal.
Casselman would dominated the OT frame, they outshot their opponent 8-0. Joel Hunt also collected two goals, one helper and the shootout winner. Tobias Commanda-Odjick had 2 G / 1 A and a shootout goal in the Glens loss.
The Vikings two game losing-streak ends and Alexandria’s losing streak extends to three games.
F/OT | Perth 6, Arnprior 5
The Packers were trailing 4-2 in the third and were able to tie the game with 1:12 left in regulation. Mack Miller would go onto score the OT Winner. Currie, Andre, Quattrochi, Sharpley and Power were the goal scorers for Perth. They’ve now won three consecutive games.
Jorssen registered two goals in a three-point night in the loss. Cover (1 G / 1 A), Fred Lemay (1 G / 1 A), Chris Lemay (2 A) and Lambert (2 A) all had multi-point nights. The Packers have now loss four consecutive games.
F | Renfrew 4, Brockville 2
Andrew McIntyre and Artyom Shiamn each had one goal and one assist in a huge victory for the Timberwolves. Brad Richardson also got on the scoresheet with two assists. Renfrew has won two consecutive games.
They’ve also won five of their last six games. Caza and Fine-Lease each tally one goal in the Tikis loss. Brockville is 2-2 in their last four games.
F | Winchester 5, Embrun 3
The red hot Hawks have now won three consecutive games with two OT wins last week and now one win in regulation. Johnson had three assists while Pare collects two goals. Winchester defensemen’s Buffone (1 G / 1 A) and Clemen (2 A) each had two-point nights.
The Hawks will now start a big four game home stand starting on February 6th and it could determined if they make the post-season or not. Paquette scores twice in the Panthers loss. They’ve now loss six on their last seven games.
F | Westport 4, Ottawa 2
Blake Kettyle and Michael Hogan each score two goals and end the Canadians ten game winning streak. Alex Zoutis made 54 saves to get his 12th win this season.
With the Ottawa loss, they’ll need to win their remaining six games in able to tie for the most wins in a season set by Casselman in 15-16 and 17-18 with 40.
Raphael Lecours and Devin Saumur each tally the only two goals for OJC. It’s only their third regulation loss this season and their second loss on the road.