Weekly Recap | Eight Games

Graphic/Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – There were a total of eight games between Tuesday December 6th to Friday December 9ht as we are closing in on the first half of the regular season.

Tuesday: Richmond 2, Ottawa 1

It was a goaltending and defensive performances from both sides. Tyler Cutts collects his 15th of the year with four seconds left in the first frame. Cutts would score the shootout winner in the first round. Reid Johnston also had a shootout goal. Gabe Arrigo made 34 saves in the win.

Danik Marion had his 11th goal of the season in the loss. Felix Schnell made 34 saves.

Wednesday: Athens 4, Brockville 2

Andrew Sprague leads the way with two goals while Noah Cyr and Andy Botting each collect two points as Athens picks up a big win on the road against Brockville. Jayden Boyer collects his 13th goal of the season. Rylan Donovan made 40 saves. The Aeros go 1-for-4 on the power play.

The Tikis had goals from Lalonde and Van Luit. Brockville outshot Athens 42-32.

Thursday: Casselman 6, Char-Lan 3

The Vikings score four times in the second period and never looked back. Justin Wammes made his Vikings debut and collected two goals and one assists. Faille, Elie and Bastien each tallied two assists. The other goal scorers were Bath, Baccardax, Cook and Ouimet. Cohen Lesperance-Spack made 12 saves in two periods and Mael Gendron had seven saves in the third frame. Casselman goes 1-for-4 on the power play.

Branchaud, Brennan and Poitras each tally a goal in the Char-Lan loss. Shots were 42-22 for Casselman.

Thursday: Ottawa 4, Ottawa West 2

The Ottawa Jr. Canadians were able to score four goals in the second and pick up their 14th win of the season. They now lead the season series 3-1. Patrick Larkin collects his ninth goal of the year while Tyler Vezina scores the natural hat trick in the last five minutes of the second. Felix Schnell makes 27 saves for his 11th win.

Owen Brown picks up his first EOJHL goal as a call up from U18 OJS while Logan Bohm had his sixth of the season in the loss. Both teams went 1-for-2 on the power play. Shots were 29-25 for Ottawa West.

Friday: Perth 9, Athens 2

Lleyton McLean collects his fourth hat trick of the season in a five-point game as his Perth Blue Wings dominate Athens. Travis Ouellette and George Carson also each collect 2G / 2A while Northgrave and Woolsey add three assists. The other goal scorers were Keegan Johnston and Zach Taylor, who each collect 1G / 1A. Brady McEwan made 37 saves.

Langille and Cory each collect one goal in the loss. Perth had five power play goals while Athens went 0-for-4. Shots were 39-26 for Athens.

Friday: Smiths Falls 5, Arnrpior 3

Connor Craig scores his second goal this season and game winner as the Jr. Bears knock off Arnprior for the second time this season. Kenny Lundren scores twice in the third while Tyson and Jack Paquette each collect one goal. Carter Williamson adds three assists. Matthew Saari made 37 wins for Smiths Falls 13th win this season.

Mcgregor, Duhn and Proulx for Arnprior as they suffer their third loss of the season. Jett Miller makes 36 saves. Shots were 41-40 for Smiths Falls.

Friday: Embrun 3, Casselman 1

The Embrun Panthers score one goal in each period to defeat Casselman. Riley Carisse collects 1G / 2A for three points while Isaac Leduc and Charlie Belanger each had one goal. Cooper makes 34 saves in the win. The Panthers go 1-for-4 on the power play.

Mathieu Cloutier had Casselman’s only goal. Shots were 35-25 for Casselman. Mael Gendron made 22 saves.

Friday: Ottawa West 5, Alexandria 4 (SO)

The Alexandria Glens had a 4-2 heading into the third period, but the Golden Knights score twice and then win it in a shootout. Adam Cater collects the shootout winner. Connor Dickey and Anthony Tardioli each collect two goals while Jack park had three assists. Sean Ireland also got on the score sheet with two assists. Jordan Provost made 20 saves in the win.

The Glens had goals from Francis, Cuddihy, Sauve and Larocque. Nicholas Bell had a shootout goal in the fourth round. Jordan Stairs made 44 saves. Shots were 49-33 for Ottawa West.