Weekend Recap | Six Games

Graphic/Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – During the weekend, their were three games on Saturday that featured Valley vs Carleton Place, Richmond vs Char-Lan and Westport vs Athens. Sunday also witnessed three games with Alexandria on the road to face Richmond, Athens hosting Arnprior and Valley entertaining the Whitewater Kings.


Carleton Place 4, Valley 1

Carleton Place was able to pick up their 10th win this season as they dominate Valley in the win. Shots in the game were 42-14 for Carleton Place. Ryan Robichaud scores twice while Jonathan Swyer collects the game winner early in the second. He would collect three points on the night. Sean Ireland would add three assists to snap a two game pointless drought. Hunter Neil collects one goal and now has four goals and five points in seven games.

Carleton Place extends their winning streak to four games. Leo Kluchert would add Valley’s only goal in the loss. Tyson Johnston would make 38 saves on 42 shots for Valley.

Char-Lan 5, Richmond 3

Cuyler Molinaro continued his point streak to four games by scoring twice while Esford and O’connell would tally 1G/1A. Dillon Spinner (1G/2A) and Hunter MacPherson (3A) would each add three points in Char-Lan’s 5th win this season. Tyler Branchaud would extend his point streak to five games by adding one assist. The most important stat in this game was special teams. Char-Lan went 5-for-9 on the power play.

Richmond would go 2-for-6 on the man advantage. Curran Gilmour (1G/2A) and Ryan Sullivan would each tally the power play goals while Kylan Tavares would score the only even strength goal of the night. Brennon Steeprock made his return to the lineup and made 22 saves in the win. His last appearance was against Alexandria on Oct 15th. Shots were 30-25 for Char-Lan.

Athens 5, Westport 3

Ty Nicholson scores twice including the game winner as Athens picks up their 7th win this season. Nicholson also extends his point streak to 10 games while Sprague would add three assists. Kyle Ferrie would add insurance with his third goal this season while Matthew Worden and Reid Trueman added their first goal this season. Athens went 2-for-6 on the power play while Westport went 2-for-9.

Nick Tirch, Kyle Dagg and James Neumann would be the goal scorers in the Westport loss. Westport outshot Athens 39-35. Westport would also snap their two game winning streak.


Richmond 4, Alexandria 3

The Richmond Royal would collect their 4th win this season. Leading the way was Noah Dioszeghy who scores his second career EOJHL hat trick while Curran Gilmour continues his point streak to four games as he tallied 1G/1A. Tavares would add four assists. Richmond finishes this weekend by going 2-1. Ethan Dinsdale wins his third game by stopping 33 shots. Shots were equal at 36.

Tyler Sauve, Dante Parent and Braden Legue would tally Alexandria’s goals in the loss. The Glens would also finish the week by going 1-1-1. Matthew Catton made 32 saves.

Arnprior 5, Athens 2

The Arnprior Packers were able to win their second consecutive games. Jake Duhn collects 1G/2A for a three-point night while McMillan (2A) and Proulx (1G/1A) would each collect two points. Connor Buffam, Ryland Landon and Neil Duncan were the other goal scorers for Arnprior. Jett Miller would make 32 saves in the win.

Andrew Sprague and Connor Manderson would each tally 1G/1A for Athens in the loss. Arnprior outshot Athens 36-34.

Valley 2, Whitewater 0

Andrew Cristea made 26 saves for his first career EOJHL shutout. The Valley Timerwolves would snap their five game losing streak and get their second win of the season. The only goal scorers for Valley were Sam Klawitter (1G/1A) and Alexander Fleming. They were both able to extend their point streaks to two games. Shots were 36-26 for Valley.

Whitewater is held off the score sheet for the second consecutive game and have lost three straight games. Anthony Santaguida would make 34 saves on 36 shots in an outstanding performance.