Weekend Recap | Seven Games

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Ottawa, Ontario – it was a busy weekend in the EOJHL with seven games between October 22nd to October 23rd. So many things happened with Ottawa winning five straight, Whitewater gets their third win, Richmond has six wins, Winchester gets outstanding goaltending in an OT win and Arnprior goes to 10-0 with a goal differenial of +54. Athens and Smiths Falls also got big wins.


Ottawa West 6, Char-Lan 1

It was a lot of firsts for the Golden Knights as they win their fifth straight game. Derek Lamadeleine (1G / 2A) and Kaleb Ellard each score their first EOJHL goal. Ellard ended the night with two goals for three points. Baldwin, Packer and Tardioli were the other goal scorers. Porter Robinson made 20 saves for his second win of the season. Sean Ireland and Rhett Cleverdon also added two assists.

Tyler Branchaud had Char-Lan’s only goal in the loss. Golden Knights outshot Rebels 32-21. Tanner Gillies made 26 saves.

Whitewater 6, Carleton Place 5

Carleton Place were able to overcome a 4-0 deficit and force OT, but it wouldn’t be enough. Ryan McNally scores the OT winner 44 seconds in. McNally collected his second career EOJHL hat trick. Kosta Kastanias collects 1G / 2A while Lavineway, Lyons and Facchini each collect two points. Isaac Wilson was terrific by making 55 saves in the win. It would be the Kings third win this season.

Seamus Lockhart leads the way with 1G / 2A for three points and Ethan MacTavish with two assists. The other goal scorers for Carleton Place were Tierney, McGlade, Calder and Bouwer. Ty Ferguson made 11 saves and Matthew Maas had 23 saves. Both teams had three power play goals during the contest. Carleton Place outshot Whitewater 60-40.


Richmond 7, Char-Lan 3

Richmond was able to come up with a big win over Char-Lan on Sunday afternoon. Cameron Donaldson and Leo Kluchert each collect 1G / 2A for three points. The other goal scorers were Hames, Carulli, Miller (2G) and Johnston. Rorwick, Cutts and Sullivan got on the scoresheet with two assists. Gabe Arrigo made 37 saves in the win. Richmond goes 3-for-4 on the power play.

Poitras, Chenier and Brennan collected goals for Char-Lan. Shots were 42-40 for Richmond.

Winchester 3, Embrun 2 OT

The hawks overcome two one goal deficits in the third period as William Labrosse scores his second of the season to win it in OT. Simon Batista scores his first goal as a Hawks in a two point game. Kyle Filion had his fourth goal of the season. Xavier Dusablon made 48 saves for his second win. He was named second star of Week 4. Winchester picks up their third win this season.

Yanick Blanchard and Charlie Belanger got goals in the third frame. Cooper Lennon made 31 saves. Both teams were 0-for-2 on the power play. Shots were 50-36 for Embrun.

Athens 5, Whitewater 2

After three players got into a car crash on Saturday which forced the Athens vs Smiths Falls to be postponed to a later date, the Aeros came in and got the job done. Ben Langille, Andy Botting and Andrew Sprague each collect two points. Noah Cyr collected a shorthanded goal for the game winner during the second period. Ryan Letham and Reid Trueman also collect 1G. Rylan Donovan makes 25 saves and had one assist on Athens first goal in the first period.

Mike Luciano and Shelden Lyons each had one goal in the Whitewater. Athens outshot Whitewater 34-27. The Aeros went 1-for-7 on the power play while Whitewater went 2-for-7.

Smiths Falls 6, Carleton Place 1

The Jr. Bears score four goals in the first period and they wouldn’t look back. Yablonski, Craig and Williamson each collect 1G / 1A for multi-points while Tyson Parker had a missed penalty shot in the first, but was able to get two assists. Neumann, Chiarello and Lundren also had one goal. Matthew Saari made 17 saves in the win.

Matthew Ellis had Carleton Place’s only goal in the loss. Shots were 32-18 for Smiths Falls.

Arnprior 6, Valley 0

The packers continue to dominate the Richardson Division with their tenth win in a row to go to 10-0. Despite a short roster for the game for Arnprior, Inoue and Klawitter each collect two goals while Coleman, greer and Cuglietta had two assists. Landon Brooks leads the way on the back end with three assists. Rampton and Robillard had the other goals for Arnprior. Jade Cholette made 35 saves for his first EOJHL shutout and was named first star in Week 4 Stars of the week.

Kaleb Ethier made 42 saves as Valley still remains winless to start the season. Arnprior outshot Valley 48-35.