Weekend Recap

Kyle Lightfoot (pictured) scored the OT winner for CP on Saturday night.

Saturday / Sunday Recap by: Mason Detre and Dante De Caria

Ottawa, ON – Four games were played on Saturday. One in the afternoon and three at night, then Sunday afternoon featured Casselman vs Richmond.

F | Arnprior 6, Perth 3

Neil Duncan scored his first hat trick of the season. Ty Power tallied a goal plus four assists in a five-point performance. The Packers extend their winning streak to four games.

Mack Miller had two goals in the loss. The Blue Wings have now lost two straight games. Perth outshot Arnprior 28-20.

F | Westport 10, Renfrew 3

With the game tied at 2 in the second frame, Westport would score seven unanswered goals. Jeff Hyndman scored a Hat Trick. Carswell picked up his first CCHL2 Point while AP’s Sean James and Liam Graham each had one assist.

Boisclair tallied two goals. Kettyle and Nicholson each had 1G / 3A in four-point night’s. Marinic and Howie each collected 1G / 1A for Renfrew. Westport outshot Renfrew 50-38.

F/OT Carleton Place 3, Alexandria 2

Glens were leading 2-0 in the third. The Canadians were able to get one on the power play and one in regulation. Kyle Lightfoot scored the OT Winner and finished the night with 2G / 1A. Hill had the game’s tying goals and Code tallied two assists. Canadians have won two games in a row.

Stacey and Paquette each collected one goal in the loss. CP outshot Alexandria 52-25.

F | Embrun 3, Char-Lan 2

Rebels lead 2-1 in the third period, Embrun’s Nathan Brown scored the tying goal and helped out on Aiden Whynot’s game winner with 2:21 left in regulation. The Panthers get their second straight win and fourth of the season.

Ryan Reifler potted in the two only goals for Rebels. They’ve not lost two straight games. Embrun outshot them 33-24.

F | Casselman 4, Richmond 3 (Sunday)

The Richmond Royals were up 2-0 early in the second and 3-2 in the third, but could not hold on against the Vikings. Brandon Legare tied the game at three with just under 10 minutes to play and rookie Louis Chabot scored the winner for Casselman’s seventh straight victory.

Shots were 34-27 for the Vikings. Kilby, Bonfield Cousens had the Royals goals in the loss.