Ottawa, Ontario – It was a busy week of CCHL Tier 2 hockey with a total of eight games. There were five games on Saturday and three more on Super bowl Sunday.
Perth 5, Westport 2 (Saturday)
The Perth Blue Wings extend their winning streak to four games. Perth scored four goals in the second period which was the difference. Brayden Jorssen scores twice and extends goal streak to two games (4 G). Brendan Lynch tallied 1G / 1A and Taylor Carlson collect his first goal of the season into the empty net.
Anthony Ieradi scored in the first and Blake Kettyle scored in the second for Westport. With Kettyle’s goal in the second, he is now the all time leaders in points in CCHL2 with 263. He passes former Casselman Vikings forward Sebastien Plante who had 262 points when CCHL2 existed in the 2015-16 season.
F/OT | Whitewater 3, Brockville 2 (Saturday)
The Kings had to comeback down 2-0 early in the second and scored two goals in the final five minutes of regulation. Nick Cuddy scores his first OT winner of the season, coming 1:39 into the extra frame. Sean Tallon had a big night collecting 1G / 2A.
Ben Hoffstetter netted his first goal of the season while Robert Tyska added two assists. Parker Riley and Dylan Rothstein had Brockville’s first two goals in first 10 minutes of the third. Whitewater snaps their six game losing streak while Brockville has lost two consecutive games. Shots were 28-20 in favour of the Kings.
Winchester 5, Athens 2 (Saturday)
The Hawks snapped their four game losing streak on Saturday. Eric Vitale scored a natural hat trick and now has 27 goals on the season. It’s also his second hat trick of his CCHL2 career. Nolan Guertin added three assists while Nielsen and Fraser had two assists.
Kyle Fleming and Logan Schmidt were the other goal scorers for the Hawks. Winchester went 2-for-7 on the power play while Athens man advantage was 0-for-4. Nolan Brien and Kohle McCulloch had goals with under two minutes left in the second for Athens. Shots were 53-23 for Winchester.
Embrun 2, Char-Lan 1 (Saturday)
It was a very tight game between these two teams at the Char-Lan Recreation Centre. Eric Skyba extends his point streak to three games with a goal in the first and Tristian Taillefer had the game winner with under a minute left in the second. He also extends his point streak to two games.
The Panthers extend winning streak to two games. Liam MacDonald had Char-Lan’s only goal in the loss. MacDonald has 11 goals this season. William Nguyen made 27 saves in the win while Ceili Picard made 25 saves. Shots were 28-27 for Char-Lan.
Carleton Place 7, Richmond 1 (Saturday)
Carleton Place dominated Richmond from start to finish. Reid Oliver scores his first CCHL2 hat trick while Benson, Larkin, Dozzi, and Charbonneau had good performances by tallying 1G / 1A. Brody Bernard made only 16 saves for his 16th win this season.
Carleton Place’s power play went 3-for-3 while Richmond’s man advantage was 1-for-3. Noah Dioszeghy had the only goal for Richmond. Shots were 48-17 in the game for Carleton Place.
Renfrew 4, Arnprior 1 (Sunday)
The Renfrew Timberwolves snap their three game losing streak and were able to come up with a huge victory as they are battling for a playoff spot. Nolan Mcgregor, Noah Maika and Ben Langille each had 1G / 1A. Brayden Stewart had Renfrew’s third goal late in regulation.
The Packers have loss two consecutive games. Jared Campitelli had the only goal for Arnprior. Cameron Scott was excellent in between the pipes by making 35 saves while Dylan Dallaire made 28 saves and added an assist on the empty net goal from Maika. He has seven wins in his first CCHL2 season.
Richmond 5, Alexandria 1 (Sunday)
Ethan Greene collected his first CCHL2 hat trick leading Richmond to their 14th win of the season. Patrick Yates contributed with 1G / 2A. Its the sixth time this season that Yates had three or more points in a single game. Darien Johnson allowed only one goal and made 48 saves.
Nico Pozzebon had Alexandria’s only goal in the second period. Shots were 49-43 for Alexandria. Richmond went 1-for-4 on the power play while Alexandria’s man advantage went 1-for-6.
Carleton Place 6, Athens 2 (Sunday)
The Athens Aeros had a tremendous start by going up 2-0 in the first eight minutes of the game. Nolan Brien extended his goal streak to two games by getting the games first goal. Samuel Gray had the other goal for Athens. Carleton Place would go on to score six unanswered goals to collect their fourth consecutive win.
Ethan Woolsey scores twice while Gourgon and Marshall each collected four-points with 1G / 3A. Nathan benson and Nolan Mozer also net one goal in the Carleton Place win. Shots were 56-24 for Carleton Place and went 2-for-8 on the power play.