Weekend Recap | Seven Games

Graphic/Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – There were a total of seven games over the weekend between November 19th to 20th. Four games were happening in the Richardson Division and three games in the Martin Division.

Arnprior 5, Carleton Place 2

Nolan mcgregor was able to leads his team to victory by scoring four goals in a five point effort. He picks up his third hat trick and his first four goal game this year. Jayden Proulx and Jake Coleman got on the scoresheet by collecting three points. Landon had two assists. Jaden Cholette makes 25 saves in the win. Arnprior goes 1-for-2 on the power play.

Edwards and McGlade each had one goal in the Carleton Place loss. Shots were 48-27 for Arnprior.

Athens 6, Valley 2

Jayden Boyer (2G / 2A) and Alex Seed (1G / 3A) leads the way with a four point game as Athens snaps their two game losing streak. The other goal scorers were Rutley, Cyr and Botting. Ben Spicer collects his fifth win of the season.

Matt Shulist and Sam Amaral had goals in the Valley loss. They went 1-for-2 on the power play.

Ottawa West 4, Casselman 3

The Golden Knights were able to snap a two game losing streak with their first win over Casselman this season. Lamadeleine, Ireland and Wadden each lead the way with one goal and one assist in a two point effort. Justin Graham picks up his second goal of the season. Jordan Provost made 28 saves in the win. The Golden Knights went 2-for-3 on the power play.

McBain scores for the second straight game in another loss. The Vikings losing streak was at three games. Stewart and Ouellette had goals in the third period. The Vikings go 1-for-6 on the man advantage. Racine also had 28 saves. Shots were 32-31 for Ottawa West.

Char-Lan 5, Richmond 4

The Char-Lan Rebels found themselves trailing 4-2 early in the third. They went on to score three unanswered goals from Chenier, MacMillian and St-Jean as they complete the comeback. Tyler Branchaud scores twice in the first period and former Nepean Raider Rylan Iwachniuk collects two assist in his return in the EOJHL. In the win, Devon St-Jean had 1G / 2A for a three point game. Maxime Mayer mades 20 saves and Char-Lan goes 1-for-4 on the power play.

Carulli, Russett, Hames and Lyons were the goal scorers for Richmond. Welk makes 27 saves. Shots were 32-24 for Char-Lan.

Smiths Falls 4, Perth 3 (OT)

The Smiths Falls Jr. Bears were trailing 3-0 heading into the third frame and were able to complete the comeback in the extra frame. Jack Chiarello collects the OT winner for his eighth goal of the season. He has four game winning goals during the year an d had a three point game with 1G / 2A. Connor Craig collects 1G / 1A while Denver Craig and Kenny Lundren had the other goals in the third period. Matt Saari made 22 saves for his eighth win.

Piotr Skopinski and Will Howarth each collect their second goals this season while Travis Ouellette had his point streak up to six games with one goal. James Cole made 29 saves in the loss. Shots were 33-25 for Smiths Falls. The Jr. Bears went 2-for-6 on the power play.

Valley 7, Whitewater 6 (SO) 

The Valley Timberwolves were able to get their first win of the year as Connor Jackson scores the shootout winner. He added 1G / 1A during the game. Ryan Ladouceur and Matt Shulist each scores twice while Jack Shulist had 1G / 1A. The winning goaltender Caleb Sanders makes 47 saves in the win. Valley’s was only 1-for-1 on the power play while Whitewater goes 0-for-3.

Andrew Dawe scores twice including a shootout goal in the first round. Menard, Kastanias and Lynch each had three points. The other goal scorers for Whitewater were Robitaille, Herrick and McNally. Isaac Wilson made 23 saves in 40 minutes of play and Cullen Brand had seven saves in the third and overtime. The Kings outshot Valley 53-37.

Richmond 2, Embrun 1 (OT)

It was a goaltending battle in this game as Richmond was able to bounce back with a victory. Tyler Cutts collects the OT winner 52 seconds in. Jaidon Genereux had Richmond’s only goal in the second period. Gabe Arrigo makes 35 saves in the win. The Royals were 1-for-3 on the power play.

Juno Gregoire had Embrun’s only goal in the loss. Aidan Foley made 30 saves. Shots were 36-32 for Embrun.