Thursday/Friday Recap | Five Games

Graphic/Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – There were five games between Thursday November 17th to Friday November 18th in the EOJHL with four games in the Martin Division and one in the Richardson Division.

Thursday: Winchester 4, Casselman 1

The Hawks were able to score three unanswered goals in a big win over Casselman. Shin, Houle and Leblanc each collect 1G / 1A and William Labrosse adds his sixth of the season. Xavier Dusablon was terrific by making 43 saves in the win. The Hawks goes 1-for-7 on the power play.

Todd mcBain had the lone goal for Casselman. Shots were 44-29 for Casselman.

Thursday: Char-Lan 3, Ottawa West 2

Cuyler Molinaro’s power play goal turns out to be the game winner as the Rebels shock the Golden Knights. Nugent and Branchaud were the other goal scorers for Char-Lan. Maxime Mayer made 43 saves in the win. Char-Lan goes 1-for-3 on the power play.

Tardioli and Bohm each collect one goal for Ottawa West. The Golden Knights outshot Char-Lan 45-18.

Friday: Embrun 6, Alexandria 1

Charlie Belanger leads his team to a 2G / 2A effort in a blowout win over Alexandria. Riley MacDonald also turned in a great performance with 1G / 2A. Connor MacDonald and Juno Gregoire each had two points. Findlater and Paquette had goals in the third period. Cooper Lennon made 18 saves. Embrun goes 1-for-3 on the man advantage.

Justin Nolan had Alexandria’s lone goal in the loss. Stairs made 34 saves.

Friday: Perth 5, Brockville 3

Perth scores twice early in the third period as they take down the Tikis. Lleyton McLean scores twice including the game winner. Adding two points on the night were Ouelette, Salter, Armitage and St. Amand. Woolsey collects his seventh goal and Will Howarth had his first of the season. Brady McEwan made 29 saves.

Matthew Stringer scores twice and Keegan Juchau had 1G / 2A in the loss. Jason Ferreira was terrific by making 57 saves. The Tikis were 1-for-4 on the power play. Perth outshot Brockville 62-32.

Friday: Ottawa 5, Winchester 2

OJC was able to amintain Winchester as they continue to stay hot. Matt MacPherson collects three assists on the back end and Patrick Larkin collects 2G / 1A for three points. Going and Marion had the other goals for Ottawa. Liam Kelleher collects his second of the season and the game winner. Felix Schnell makes 44 saves in the win.

Batista and Leblanc each had one goal for Winchester. Bryce Kijewski made 43 saves.