Wednesday/Thursday Recap | Three games

Photo: Davide Disipio / Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – On Wednesday night, Carleton Place took home a close victory at the Brockville Memorial Centre against the Brockville Tikis. Thursday saw two Martin Division games with Winchester taking on Ottawa West and Char-Lan faces off against Casselman.

Carleton Place 3, Brockville 2 (Wednesday)

The Tikis were able to bounced back after trailing 2-0 to tie the game at two early in the third. Carleton Place regained the lead with 3:58 left in regulation from Ben Charbonneau, who picks up his 13th goal of the year, as the Canadians continue to stay hot. Landon Brooks scores his first CCHL2 goal and Bill Gourgon had his 13th of the year.

Carleton Place is 6-1 in their last seven games. Gianlui Amato scored his first CCHL2 goal and Matteo Disipio had his second goal with the Tikis as a call up in the loss. Shots were 37-26 for Carleton Place.

Ottawa West 7, Winchester 1 (Thursday)

The Golden Knights bounce back with a convincing win against Winchester. Ottawa West is 3-0 against Winchester in three meetings this season and have outscored them 15-to-4. Sean Kearns collected 1G / 2A to extend his point streak to eight games.

Sam Brown, Ric Shin. Nicholai Ponomarev and Jack Haymes each got on the score sheet with two points. Antonio Silenu scores his first as a Golden Knight and his 11th of the season. Russell Jean-Pierre also collected his first CCHL2 goal. Danny Johnson had the only goal for Winchester. It breaks the Hawks three game winning streak.

Casselman 4, Char-Lan 2 (Thursday)

The Casselman Vikings extend their winning streak to three games after losing the first three games in 2020. Samuel Labre leads the way with 1G / 2A for his first three-point game of the season. Mathieu Talbot had his point streak up to two games with 1G / 1A.

Shane Spencer scored his first goal this season and Frederick Gagnier had his 10th goal this year. The Rebels losing goes to two games. Elie and and Samson had the only goals for the Rebels. Shots were 34-32 for the Char-Lan Rebels.