Week 11 Stars of the Week

Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – The CCHL Tier 2 is proud to announce its Week 11 Stars of the Week.  Alex Zoutis gets the first star for Perth and second star goes to Char-Lan Rebels forward Isaac Testani. The third star is going to Carleton Place Jr Canadians forward Ben Charboneau. Finally, Honorable Mention goes to Brent Pledge-Dickson of the Ottawa West Golden Knights.

First Star: G Alex ZoutisPerth Blue Wings (42 Saves, 1st shutout, one assist)

Zoutis, 20, is in his final season in CCHL Tier 2. On Friday night, Zoutis faced his former team for the first time of his junior career as he spent three seasons playing with the Westport Rideaus. The Ottawa, Ontario native was terrific in between the pipes by making 42 saves for his first shutout this season. Not only he got the win for Perth, he collected as assist late in the third period for his first point this year. This season, he is 9-4-2, has a GAA of 2.74 and .915 SV%.

Second Star: F Isaac Testani, Char-Lan Rebels (4 A / 1 A)

Testani, 18, collected his first career CCHL2 hat trick on Saturday November 30th against Carleton Place in a high scoring game. He also had 1 G / 1 A against Renfrew in a big 6-4 victory on Friday November 29th. Since joining the Rebels in his second season, he has six goals, three assists and nine points in his first five games this season.

Third Star: F Ben Charboneau, Carleton Place Jr Canadians (1 G / 4 A)

Charboneau, 18, extended his point streak to two games on Saturday November 30th as he was able to lead his team to victory against Char-Lan by collecting one goal and four assists. The Birmingham, Michigan native is tied for 19th in the league with goals (11), tied for 15th in assists (15) and tied for 11th in points (26).

Honorable Mention: G Brent Pledge-Dickson, Ottawa West Golden Knights (28 Saves, 1st shutout)

Pledge-Dickson, 19, also faced his former team the Winchester Hawks for the second time since being traded. This time he was excellent in net by making 28 saves for his first shutout this season. It’s his first shutout since January 7th 2018 when he made 30 saves against the Arnprior Packers. It’s only his second shutout of his CCHL2 career. He is 8-2-1, is 6th in the league in GAA (2.62) and Save Percentage (.923).