Ottawa, Ontario – It was a busy weekend in CCHL Tier 2 with four games on Saturday and two more games on Sunday afternoon.
Winchester 6, Westport 4 (Saturday)
The Winchester Hawks were able to break their two game losing with a huge win. Kyle Kuehni scored the game winner in a three-point game (2 G / 1 A). Nolan Guertin also collected his first goal of the season and Danny Johnson had two points.
Lucas Devries made 37 saves and collected one assist in the win. Matthew Seed and Anthony Ieradi tallied 1 G / 1 A in the Rideaus third straight loss. Shots were 41-35 in favour of Westport.
F/SO | Arnprior 2, Whitewater 1 (Saturday)
It was big night inside the Petawawa Civic Centre which turned out to be an entertaining match-up. The attendance of this game was 476 people. Liam Doyle had the only goal for Whitewater in the first and Adam Church was able to tie the game with under five minutes left in regulation.
Overtime solved nothing so it went to a shootout. Jared Campitelli would get the shootout winner in the third round. Neil Duncan also collected a shootout goal for Arnprior and same with Dan Duggan for Whitewater. Arnprior extends their winning streak to four games and outshot the Kings 36-34. Cameron Scott made 33 saves for his 10th win this season.
Char-Lan 4, Casselman 3 (Saturday)
The Rebels were down 2-0 after the first period and were able to complete the comeback to shock Casselman. Noah Kinink (2 G / 1 A) and Isaac Testani (1 G / 2 A) each tallied a three-point night and Rylan Iwachniuk collects the game winner shorthanded with under 3 minutes left in regulation. Tyler Branchaud also tallied his first assist as an AP.
Casselman had Alex Charlebois, Zachary Fournier and Mathieu Talbot netted one goal in another tough one goal loss. Jackson Parsons was able to get his second win as a Rebel in his second start as an AP. He made 32 saves on 35 shots during the game. Char-Lan was also 2-for-4 on the man advantage in the win.
Carleton Place 4, Perth 3 (Saturday)
The Canadians were down 2-0 and 3-2 during the game and were able to complete the comeback. Carleton Place now jumps to first place in the Richardson Division. Jacob Bertrand, Ben Charboneau and Reid Oliver all tally one goal and one assists for multi-points. Carleton Place out-shot Perth 33-24.
Matt Berry netted two goals and Brayden Jorssen also added a goal back in the first period. The Canadians have now won two straight games and Perth’s three game winning streak is over. Matthew Maas made 29 saves and is still in search for his first win of the season.
Richmond 5, Embrun 2 (Sunday)
Richmond continues playing great hockey and win another game, this time against another positive team in Embrun. Ryan Mann scores twice including the game winner and Patrick Yates also tallied 1 G / 3 A in a four-point afternoon. Cooper and Goodfellow also got on the scoresheet by adding two assists.
The Royals are now 5-1-2 in their last eight games. James Taylor (U18 OJS) collected his first CCHL2 goal early in the third. Darien Johnson was terrific in between the pipes by making 41 saves.
F/OT | Char-Lan 2, Whitewater 1 (Sunday)
The Rebels finish the week by going 3-0. Isaac Testani was able to extend his goal streak to six games by scoring one goal back in the second period. Joseph Samson was able to extend his point streak to four games by collecting the OT winner.
Jacob Montgomery had the only goal in the second in another extra time loss for Whitewater. The positive news, is that the Kings collect two out of a possible four points on the weekend. The Rebels are now 5-1-0 in their last six games.