Nov. 12, 2017
Smiths Falls 6, Kemptville 1
A third-period explosion helped the Smiths Falls Bears blow out the hometown Kemptville 73’s by a 6-1 scoreline.
Marc Shannon netted a hat-trick in the win for the Bears (9-14-3), who outshot the 73’s (5-21-1) a whopping 42-12.
Matthieu Franche and Hunter Garlasco each added a pair of assists in the win for Mark Grady’s surging Smiths Falls team.
Ottawa 2, Nepean 1 (SO)
Connor Hicks stole the show and two points for the Ottawa Jr. Senators, who escaped the Yzerman Arena with a 2-1 shootout win over the Nepean Raiders on Sunday afternoon.
Hicks stopped 44 of 45 shots and all three Raiders in the shootout to propel Ottawa (20-4-3) past Nepean (10-13-1).
Chiwetin Blacksmith gave the Jr. Sens the lead late in the first period; Ryan Horvath equalized for the Raiders early in the second period.
Hawkesbury 4, Navan 2
Matt Petizian’s 48-save effort led the Hawkesbury Hawks to a much-needed win on the road against the Navan Grads on Sunday afternoon.
Colin Stevens added a trio of assists for Rick Dorval’s Hawks (15-8-0), who scored four straight goals to hand Navan (8-18-0) their fourth loss in five games.
Hawkesbury’s David Jankowski and Zachary Fournier each had a goal and assist.
Carleton Place 7, Kanata 2
The first-place Carleton Place Canadians returned to the win column in a big day on Sunday, smashing the visiting Kanata Lasers 7-2.
Justin Cmunt registered a game-high four points (1G/3A) in the win for Carleton Place (24-2-2, CJHL No. 2), which doubled Kanata (11-12-3) on the shot clock (40-20).
12 different players found the scoresheet for Jason Clarke’s group, which now holds a seven-point lead atop the CCHL standings.
Rockland 5, Pembroke 4 (OT)
Trevor Coykendall’s overtime winner lifted the Rockland Nationals past the Pembroke Lumber Kings, 5-4, in the final game of Week-11 action.
Coykendall’s three-point night (2G/1A) helped Rockland (13-13-2) return to .500; Matthew Barnaby had four points (3G/1A) in a losing effort for the Lumber Kings (14-9-1).
Benjamin Pruneau (3A) and Mathieu Blanchette (1G/2A) also had three-point performances for Dan Sauve’s Nationals.