Ottawa, Ontario – There were lots of action with three games on Saturday night and five games on Sunday.
Carleton Place 8, Valley 2
Carleton Place collects their 6th win of the season and are currently 4-0-1 in their last five games. Connor Dickey leads the way with his first career EOJHL hat trick while Pollock, Logue, Wallace and Brooks had two points each. The other player who had his first career three-point game was Alex McGlade with 1G/2A. Jackson Pundyk is now 4-0 to start his EOJHL career in between the pipes and was able to make 23 saves in the first two periods.
The Timberwolves drop their fifth game in regulation as Tyler Cutts and Dylan Kuehl were the only goal scorers. Tyson Johnston had 31 saves in between the first and second periods.
Char-Lan 4, Ottawa 2
The Char-Lan Rebels were able to bounce back on Saturday by avoiding OJC’s attempted comeback in the third period. After collecting two goals on Oct 21st against Ottawa West, Cuyler Molinaro continue to stay hot by collecting his first career EOJHL hat trick. Dillion Spinner scored the game winner on the power play with 2:05 left in regulation. He finished the game with two points.
Ottawa had Jayden Baptiste and Andrew Carr collecting one goal in the loss. OJC has loss four of their last five games. Felix Dubeau was solid in net by saving 38 saves on 40 shots. The Rebels went 2-for-4 on the man advantage. Shots were 40-32 for Ottawa.
Whitewater 5, Arnprior 4 (SO)
The Whitewater Kings extended it’s winning streak to two games as Scott Lavineway collected the shootout winner. Arnprior had a 4-1 lead heading into the third until the Kings were able to score three unanswered goals. Grayson Ebrahim got involved in the third by collecting his first two EOJHL goals in his first game. Lynch and Holmes were the other goal scorers for Whitewater. Issac Wilson made 23 saves for his third win this season.
Andrew Cuglietta tallied 1G/3A to extend his point streak to two games while Pilon, Proulx and Dhun tallied one goal for Arnprior. In the shootout, the Packers had Saito, Dhun and Buffam score and Whitewater had Holmes, Greer and Fenn before Lavineway scored the shootout winner. Shots were 43-27 for Whitewater.
Char-Lan 5, Richmond 4
The Rebels exploded for five goals in the second period and won their second consecutive game. Char-Lan improve their record to 3-5 on the season. Cuyler Molinaro, who was named first star for Week 4 collected two goals and three points. Devon St-Jean also became a factor by tallying 1G/2A. Nugent and Esford also added two assists on defense. Both team equal shots at 36.
Noah Dioszeghy collected 1G/1A and extended his point streak to three games for Richmond. The Royals are 0-4-1 ever since their 2-0 start to this season.
Perth 8, Westport 5
This was a high scoring affair between two teams. Perth was trailing 2-0 against Westport but were able to comeback and took a 4-3 lead heading into the third. Perth explode for four goals in the third and Perth is 7-0-1 to start the season. They have now won six consecutive games. Brayden Davidson and Keagan Johnston each tallied two goals while Salter and Langille had 1G/2A for three points.
William Burns leads Westport with 2G/1A in the loss. Bernier and Craig also got on the scoresheet with 1G/1A. Perth went 2-for-6 on the power play while Westport was 1-for-4. The Rideaus have now dropped two consecutive games. Shots were 40-37 for Perth.
Athens 5, Valley 4 (OT)
The Athens Aeros had to overcome adversity during this game as they were trailing 2-0 and 4-3. The Aeros completed the comeback with Ty Nicholson scoring his 8th goal and collects the OT winner. He extended his point streak to six games (7G/8A). Brett Johnston two goals while Jayden Boyer and Tye Carswell added goals for Athens. Johnston has 2G/2A in his last two games. Athens outshot Valley 41-22.
Kuehl, Goudreault, Schulist and Kluchert were the goal scorers for Valley in another tough loss. The Timberwolves are now 1-5-2 in their first eight games this year.
Winchester 6, Embrun 3
The Hawks were trailing 3-1 after the first and they were able to score five unanswered goals in the second to give Winchester their third win this season. Xavier Dusablon played 39:14 in net by making 22 saves on 25 shots as he got a game misconduct with 46 seconds left in the second. In relief, Justin Lee came in and made all 31 saves to preserve the win. Dusablon does get credit with his third win this season.
Schroeder and Bohm each tallied 1G/2A. Schroeder has a point in all of his four games that he has appear this season. Supryka (2G), Beauchemin (3A) and Filion (1G/1A) also had great performances for Winchester. Shane Moodie collects his first GWG this season and has five goals on defense. Blanchard, Leduc and Gregore had goals in the Embrun loss. The Panthers outshot Winchester 56-32.
Ottawa West 11, Alexandria 0
The Ottawa West Golden Knights dominate Alexandria to go to 6-1 to start the season. Ottawa West has outscored Alexandria 21-2 in their two of the six meetings this year. Josh McMaster made 28 saves for his first career EOJHL shutout. Sean Kearns collected his third career hat trick as he had four goals in a five-point performance. Jack Haymes (1G/4A) also had five points and extends his point streak to five games.
Stuart Taylor played very well for Ottawa West as he scored his first EOJHL goal for a four-point game. Another player who scored his first EOJHL goal was Will Storey. McCarthy/Tardioli (1G/2A), Haw (1G), McFarlane (1A), Byers (1A) and Troccoli-Roik (3A) got on the scoresheet for Ottawa West. They’ve won five consecutive games while Alexandria goes to 3-4.