Ottawa, Ontario – On Saturday November 5th, the EOJHL had three games on the night with Athens facing Valley and Carleton Place hosting Whitewater in the Richardson Division. The one gamer in the Martin Division had Alexandria take on Char-Lan. Sunday, November 6th had four games with Arnprior playing against Smiths Falls, Athens taking on Whitewater and Valley hosting Perth in the Richardson Division. The one game in the Martin Division was Winchester on the road against Richmond.
Saturday: Athens 8, Valley 2
Eight different Aeros got on the score sheet in a blowout win over Valley. Rylan Boyer collects 1G / 2A while Sprague, Dixie, Smiths and Botting each tally two points. Seed, Johnston, Demerah, Jayden Boyer and Langille were the other goal scorers for Athens. Rylan Donovan made 23 saves for his fourth consecutive win. Athens goes 1-for-5 on the power play.
Connor Buffam and Ryan ladouceur had Valley’s goals in the loss. Athens outshot Valley 51-25. The Timberwolves go 2-for-7 on the man advantage.
Saturday: Whitewater 3, Carleton Place 2 (SO)
The Whitewater Kings netminder Isaac Wilson was terrific in between the pipes by making 46 saves on 48 shots as they defeat Carleton Place in a shootout. The Kings have won two games in extra time against the Canadians. Kosta Kastanias leads the way with two goals, giving him eight goals on the year. Ryan McNally had a goal in the shootout round one and then Andrew Dawe collects the shootout winner.
Chris Clarke and Seamus had Carleton Place’s goals in the shootout loss. Ethan MacTavish had the lone shootout goal. The Kings go 1-for-5 on the power play. Carleton Place outshot Whitewater 48-21.
Saturday: Alexandria 4, Char-Lan 3 (OT)
The Alexandria Glens were able to finish the week by winning three consecutive games with Vincent Boyle scoring in overtime. Boyle was named first star for Week 6 after he had an eight point week. He ended the game with 1G / 2A. Tyler Hunter added 1G / 2A while Nicholas Bell and Michael Silvaggio were the other goal scorers for Alexandria. Jason Van Wieren made 36 saves in the win. The Glens go 1-for-2 on the power play.
Branchaud, Brennan and St-Jean each tally 1G / 1A for a multi-point game as Char-Lan picks up a point. Maxime Mayer made 20 saves in the loss. Shots were 39-24 for Char-Lan.
Arnprior 3, Smiths Falls 1
The Packers were able to bounce back by defeating Smiths Falls for the second time this season. Cugliette and Klawitter each collect one goal while Jake Duhn had 1G / 1A for a two point game. Jett Miller made 29 saves in the win. Arnprior goes 1-for-2 on the power play.
Carter Williamson had Smiths Falls only goal as they lose a close game over the top team in the Richardson Division. Smiths Falls outshot Arnprior 30-28. Matthew Saari made 25 saves.
Richmond 7, Winchester 2
The Richmond Royals stay hot by scoring four goals in the first period and never looked back. Dylan Rorwick collects two goals for four points and Tyler Cutts had 1G / 2A for three points. Other players contribute for Richmond were Reid Johnston and Ryan Sullivan, who each collect two points. Leo Kluchert second of the season was the game winner. Shane Sullivan also scores his first goal.
Gabe Arrigo made 37 saves in the win. Richmond went 1-for-5 on the power play while Winchester went 1-for-9. Guay and Shin had Winchester’s only goals in the loss. Shots were 49-39 for Richmond.
Athens 5, Whitewater 3
The Athens Aeros pepper 61 shots on goal as they dominate Whitewater in the win. Alex Seed scores twice and Ben Langille collects 1G / 2A for three points. Boyer and Hudson were the other goal scorers for Athens. Ben Spicer made 24 saves.
Kastanias, Herter and Lynch had goals for Whitewater. Cullen Brand made 56 saves in the loss.
Perth 7, Valley 3
The Perth Blue Wings were able to score five goals in the third in a win over Valley. Ben Anderson and Lleyton McLean collects two goals while Skopinski and Ouellette tally 1G / 1A. The captain Keagan Johnston also had one goal in the third. James Cole made 21 saves in the win.
Connor Jackson, Matthew Shulist and Curtis Fabian each collect 1G / 1A for Valley. Shots were 50-24 for Perth.