Wednesday/Thursday Recap | Four Games

Graphic/Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – The EOJHL returned to action on Wednesday night with Brockville hosting Perth and Valley on the road against Arnprior. Thursday night saw the Casselman Vikings hosting Richmond and Ottawa West took on Winchester. Tuesday night games were postponed to a later date.

Wednesday: Brockville 7, Perth 5

It was a high scoring game between these two teams as Brockville came away with a huge win. Connor Platt scores his first career hat trick and wright Jones added two goals. Ethan Wooller leads his team with four points. Brockville went 1-for-5 on the power play and Rondina made 33 saves.

Kazda, Harris, Salter, Langille and Grundy each tallied one goal for Perth. Shots were 38-30 for Perth.

Wednesday: Arnprior 8, Valley 0

Jett Miller made 26 saves for his second shutout of the season. His last shutout came on Dec 6th against Brockville. Arnprior went 3-for-5 on the man advantage. Cuglietta and Brazeau were solid by picking up three points. Proulx and Klawitter each collect 1G/2A.

Neil Duncan led his team with 1G/3A for four points. Duncan snaps his two game pointless drought. Fleming, Kuehl and Buffam also tallied one goal. Shots were 63-26 for Arnprior. Valley had their losing streak go to six games.

Thursday: Ottawa West 3, Winchester 1

The Golden Knights were able to get back into the win column by defeating Winchester for the second time this season. Adam Watson returned to the lineup for the first time since October 9th and collected 1G/1A for a two point night. Nicholas McFarlane collects the game winner and Marco Haw added his ninth goal this season. Both teams were 0-for-3 on the power play.

Noel de Kemp played his first game in a Winchester Hawks uniform and collected one goal. Jordan Provost made 22 saves. Shots were 37-23 for Ottawa West.

Thursday: Casselman 2, Richmond 1

Casselman was able to extend their three games by defeating Richmond by one goal. Nathan Lassenba scored his first goal in a Vikings uniform and Alex Charlebois would score the game winner with under five minutes left. Zachari Racine made 17 saves.

Owen Nevins would collect the only Richmond goal in the loss. Casselman outshot Richmond 40-18.