Ottawa, Ontario – Tuesday night witness the Alexandria Glens shocking the Ottawa Jr. Canadians for their first win of the season while Carleton Place had a shootout win over Brockville and Arnprior wins big over Valley. There was also an EOJHL record set for the fastest hat trick in EOJHL history.
Tuesday: Alexandria 5, Ottawa 4
The Alexandria Glens pick up their first win of the season over OJC as U18 Rockland Nationals forward Jack Hill scores the game winner with under eight minutes left in regulation. Nicholas Bell and Vincent Boyle each picked a pair of goals for three points. Jason Van Wieran made 27 saves for his first win this season.
Daniel Kyte (1G / 1A) and Tru Fraser (2A) each tallied two assists in the loss. Lacroix, Vezina and Potter had goals for OJC. Cedrik Dandenault made 18 saves. Alexandria goes 1-for-4 on the power play while OJC was 1-for-6. Shots were 31-23 for Ottawa.
Wednesday: Carleton Place 3, Brockville 2 (SO)
It was a very entertaining game between these two teams as Charlie Tierney collects the shootout winner in the seventh round. Tierney also picked up the tying goal late in the third and Gavin Kenny also tallied one goal during the second period. Ty Ferguson collects second win by making 34 saves.
The goal scorers for Brockville were McLeod and Guillot-Storr in the loss. Dustin Riff made 33 saves. Shots were equal at 36.
Wednesday: Arnprior 11, Valley 2
This game witness an EOJHL record as Arnprior blows out Valley inside the Nick Smith Centre. Lots of player were notice for Arnprior. Mcgregor and Klawitter each collect 1G / 4A for five points while Landon scores twicer. William Inoue had 1G / 2A had three points. Also collecting two points were Cuglietta and Jake Duhn.
The Packers outshot Valley 61-17. Jaden Cholette fresh off October rookie of the month makes 15 saves in the win. Arnprior goes 1-for-3 on the power play. Jackson and Connor Buffam had goals for Valley.
Jake Coleman collects the fastest hat trick in EOJHL history by scoring three goals in 19 seconds. He had a five point game. The three goals that Coleman had in 19 seconds broke an NHL record. Bill Mosienko holds the NHL record for the fastest hat trick set in 1952 while playing with the Chicago Blackhawks.