Ottawa, Ontario – There were a total of four games each on Saturday and Sunday in the EOJHL.
Westport 7, Brockville 2
Westport scored five unanswered goals to come away with their 5th win this season. Denver Craig collects two goals while Lumsden and Burns each tally two points. Westport also had Barbeau, Meekin, Tirch and McCoy tallying all the goals. Westport went 1-for-3 on the power play. It snaps their three game winning streak.
Wooller and Eliis each had Brockville goals in the loss. The Tikis power play went 50% by going 2-for-4. It extends their losing streak to three games.
Whitewater 3, Perth 2
The Kings were down 2-1 and were able to score two goals in the third for the win. Grayson Ebrahim had a goal in the first while Braeydon Fenn and Thomas Jones collected the two goals in the final frame. Issac Wilson made 24 saves picks up his fifth win in between the pipes this season.
Ben Anderson and Connor Hobin each collect one goal in the second for Perth. Gabriel Arrigo made 28 saves. Shots were 31-26 for Whitewater. The Kings snap their five game losing streak while Perth suffers their third regulation loss this season.
Carleton Place 5, Athens 4
This was the first game of the home and home series this weekend. Brennan Boyce scored the game winner for Carleton Place and has his first goal with the Jr. Canadians. Bouwer and Logue each tally two points. The other goal scorers for Carleton Place were Peloso, McGlade and Swyer. The Jr. Canadians went 1-for-4 on the power play and Jackson Pundyk made 27 saves in the win.
Athens kept it close but it wasn’t enough. Connor Manderson collects two goals while Ty Nicholson collects 1G/2A for a three point night. Brett Johnston had two assists. The other goal scorer was Kyle Ferrie. Shots were 31-30 for Athens.
Casselman 4, Char-Lan 0
Zachari Racine made 29 saves for his first shutout of the season. Xavier Borgia, Jacob Dyer and Vincent Bastien each tally 1G/1A for a multi-point night. Gagnier also collects his 5th goal this season. The Vikings were able to win their second consecutive games.
The Rebels have lost two consecutive games and get shutout for the first time this season. Shots were 37-29 for Casselman.
Richmond 5, Winchester 2
The Richmond Royals scores three unanswered goals in the first period and never gave up the lead. Richmond picks up their fifth win this season while Winchester gets their 5th loss. Leading the way was Kylan Tavares, who collects 2G/2A while Jackson Dallaire had the game winner. The other goal scorers were Brandt and Gilmour.
Ric Shin and Noel Klassen each tally 1G/1A in the Winchester loss. The Royals outshot Winchester 44-27.
Embrun 5, Casselman 4
Embrun wins their second consecutive game and also lead the season series against Casselman 2-0. Aidan Foley had to make 41 saves in the win. Connor MacDonald would score the game winner. Robert Beaudoin and Isaac Leduc each tally 1G/1A while Eric Skyba had three assists. Riley MacDonald and Cameron Grant also tally one goal. Embrun went 2-for-8 on the power play.
Samuel Levesque, Jacob Dyer, Vincent Bastien and Vincent Boyle each collected all goals for Casselman. Shots were 45-35 for Casselman. The Vikings went 0-for-7 on the power play.
Carleton Place 4, Athens 2
Carleton Places wins both games over Athens throughout the weekend. Owen Colter and Jonathan Swyer each collect 1G/1A while Hunter Neil scores his second game winning goal of the season. Connor Dickey snaped his five game pointless drought by scoring once. Carleton Place has won seven consecutive games.
Manderson and Seed were the goal scorers in the loss. Athens outshot Carleton Place 38-16. Jackson Pundyk made 36 saves to help the team pick up their 13th win this season. Carleton Place went 1-for-2.
Arnprior 3, Valley 2 (OT)
The Arnprior Packers only played 13 players against Valley on Sunday night and were able to pull off the win in overtime. Andrew Cuglietta would score the OT winner and collected his first career EOJHL hat trick. He has 10 goals on the season. The Packers get their 11th win of the season and win their fifth consecutive games.
Dylan Kuehl and Tyler Cutts were the goal scorers for Valley in the loss. Shots were 46-33 for Arnprior. Jett Miller made 33 saves in the win while Tyson Johnston made 43 saves for Valley.