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Players of the Month

FEBRUARY 2017 MONTHLY HONOURS

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The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce the CCM/HESN Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for February. 

 

The Player of the Month is Grant Hebert of the Cumberland Grads.  Hebert who won the same honour in December was productive compiling 14 points (2G, 12A) in 9 games played in February.  The Grads forward continued his scoring prowess and leads the league in overall scoring with 88 points (24G, 64A) in 58 games played.  The Robert Morris University commit is one of the main reasons Cumberland is still in play-off contention.

 

The Goalie of the Month for February is Liam Lascelle of the Cornwall Colts.  The Colts netminder was outstanding, no regulation losses posting a 6-0-2 record with a 2.22 GAA and .939 Save Percentage.  The Cornwall, ON native won his first 5 starts in February, so impressive he was selected a 1st game star three times as well as a 2nd and 3rd for his efforts in his eight games.  Lascelle has won 18 of his last 22 starts, losing only one in regulation and three in overtime.  The Colts are tied for second overall in the CCHL and he is currently 2nd In Save Percentage (.925) and 3rd in GAA (2.40) for the season.  

 

The Rookie of the Month for February is Merrick Rippon of the Ottawa Jr. Senators.  Rippon who  earned the same honor in October accumulated 6 points (2G 4A) in ten games where Ottawa went 6-4 for the month.  The rookie defenseman and Providence College commit continues to play an integral role in all situations for the Jr. Senators.  

 

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  Jaren Burke (Ottawa Jr. Senators) and Geoff Kitt (Carleton Place Canadians)

 

Goalie of the Month –  Connor Hughes (Carleton Place Canadians) and Michael Cullen (Gloucester Rangers)  

 

Rookie of the Month – F Sam Bitten (Kanata Lasers)    

JANUARY 2017 MONTHLY HONOURS

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The Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce the CCM/HESN Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for January.

 

The Player of the Month is Xavier Couture of the Cumberland Grads.  Couture was the model of consistency this past month registering points in all 8 games Cumberland played collecting 15 (8G, 7A) points for January.  The Grads forward helped Cumberland post a 4-2-1-1 record for the month keeping the Grads in play-off contention.  His efforts also earned him (3) game stars including a 1st, a 2nd and 3rd. The Rouyn-Noranda, QC native is enjoying a 16-game point streak and is 2nd in Grads scoring with 54 (27G, 27A) points in 47 games.

 

The Goalie of the Month honour goes to Ottawa Jr. Senators Ian Andriano.  The Jr. Sens goaltender was outstanding in the month of January going a perfect 7-0, and giving him 28 wins, which is 2nd most in the league.  Andriano had one shut-out, boasted a stellar 1.38 GAA and .951 Save Percentage while being selected a 1st game star twice and a 3rd star once in three contests.  The RIT commit is one of the reasons the Ottawa Jr. Senators are tied for 2nd in overall league standings.

 

The Rookie of the Month for January is Ethan Mulhearn of
the Cornwall Colts.  Mulhearn collected 7 (2G 5A) points in the 5 games he played where the Colts went 8-1-1 for the month.  The Williamstown, ON native was outstanding, had a break-out month also earning a 1st and 2nd game starwhile keeping Cornwall near the top of the CCHL standings.

 

Honourable Mentions:

Player of the Month -  F Charles Levesque (Hawkesbury Hawks) and F Kevin Groulx (Nepean Raiders)

Goalie of the Month -  Connor Hughes (Carleton Place Canadians) and Liam Lascelle (Cornwall Colts)

Rookie of the Month - D Merrick Rippon (Ottawa Jr. Senators) and Luca Nocita (Kanata Lasers)

DECEMBER 2016 MONTHLY HONOURS

The Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce the CCM/HESN Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for December. 

 

The Player of the Month is Grant Hebert of the Cumberland Grads. Hebert was outstanding compiling 15 (5G, 10A) points in 6 games played in December. Cumberland went 6-2-0-0 helping keep the Grads in play-off contention. The Grads forward scored in every game while earning a 1st and two 2nd game stars for his efforts. The St. Andrews West, ON native leads the team and the CCHL in overall scoring with 52 (15G, 37A) in 37 games. The Robert Morris University commit has enjoyed a great season thus far also being chosen to represent the Yzerman Division in the 2016 Eastern Canada Cup.

 

Joining Hebert in the monthly honours is Cumberland teammate Ryan Coughlin selected as the leagues Goalie of the Month. The Grads netminder was solid posting a 5-1 record with a 3.0 GAA and .921 Save Percentage including one shutout. The West Island, QC native won his first 5 starts in December while being selected a 1st game star twice and 2nd star once in three contests. He also was an Yzerman Division All-Star in the 2016 Eastern Canada Cup and sits in the top 10 overall league goalie statistics with a 2.91 GAA and .907 Save Percentage.

 

The Rookie of the Month for December is Joey Warywoda of the Carleton Place Canadians.  The ’1999 born Carleton Place, ON native registered 3 goals and totaled 4 points in 6 games over the month.  He earned a 1st Star honour in the Canadians 4-0 victory over Ottawa and overall helped Carleton Place to a 5-1-0-0 record.  The 6-0, 180lb winger has 6 goals and 8 points in 20 games this season.

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  D William Cullen (Carleton Place Canadians), and Brendan Browne (Pembroke Lumber Kings)

 

Goalie of the Month –  Ian Andriano (Ottawa Jr. Senators), and Liam Lascelle (Cornwall Colts)  

 

Rookie of the Month – F Zachary Fournier (Hawkesbury Hawks), and Marc Shannon (Smiths Falls Bears)

 

NOVEMBER 2016 MONTHLY HONORS

The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce the CCM/HESN Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for November. 

 

The Player of the Month is Alex Row of the Kemptville 73’s. The 73’s captain was the model of consistency this past month registering points in all 10 games Kemptville played collecting 15 (6G, 9A) points for November. Row helped Kemptville post a 7-3 record for the month and among the top teams in the Robinson division. His efforts also earned him (4) game stars including two 1st and two 2nd . The Elizabethtown, ON native enjoyed a recent 17 game point streak until it was snapped December 1st. This recent surge in production has him leading Kemptville in scoring and tied for 2nd in the CCHL with 44 (15G, 25A) points in 34 games.

 

The Goalie of the Month honor goes to Brockville Braves Henry Johnson. The Braves goaltender was outstanding in the month of November posting a 6-2 record giving him 14 wins for the current season. Johnson boasted a stellar 1.63 GAA and .950 Save Percentage while being selected a 1st game star in three contests. The Minneapolis, MN native also added one shut-out which brought his career total to 10 breaking the CCHL All-Time Career record. The Bemidji State commit currently leads all CCHL goalies in Save Percentage (.937) and is 3rd in Goals Against (2.35).

 

The Rookie of the Month for November is Luca Nocita of the Kanata LasersNocita accumulated 8 (5G 3A) points in nine games where Kanata went 5-3-1 for the month. The Kanata, ON native had a break-out month also earning a 1st and 2nd game star while keeping the Lasers in contention for the final play-off spot.     

 

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  F David Jankowski (Hawkesbury Hawks) and F Cole Busschaert  (Smiths Falls Bears) 

 

Goalie of the Month –  Ian Andriano (Ottawa Jr. Senators) and Michael Cullen (Gloucester Rangers)  

 

Rookie of the Month – F Zachary Fournier (Hawkesbury Hawks) and Bradley Elder (Kemptville 73’s)   

 

OCTOBER 2016 MONTHLY HONORS

The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce the CCM/HESN Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for October. 

 

The Player of the Month is Matt Tugnutt of the Kemptville 73’sTugnutt was great this past month collecting 19 (9G, 10A) points in their 11 games played in October. The 73’s forward earned (3) game stars including two first and a third. The Sacred Heart commit currently leads his team in scoring, the CCHL in goals with 16, and is 2nd in overall league scoring with 31 (16G, 15A) points in 23 games thus far.

 

The Goalie of the Month honor goes to Smiths Falls Bears Bradley Dobson. The Bears goaltender was absolutely stellar in the month of October posting a 5-1 record to keep his team among the top in the league. Dobson also earned 2 shut-outs in October while boasting a spectacular 1.66 Goals Against and .942 Save Percentage. The Moose Factory, ON native who recently earned CCHL Player of Week honors also was selected a game star (two 1st, one 3rd) in 3 of the 6 games he played in October. The Smiths Falls netminder currently leads all CCHL goalies in both Goals Against (2.19) and Save Percentage (.927).

 

The Rookie of the Month for October is Merrick Rippon of the Ottawa Jr. SenatorsRippon accumulated 9 (3G 6A) points in 10 games where the Jr. Senators went 9-1 in October. The 16 year-old rookie defenseman has been turning heads while playing in every situation. The Ottawa, ON native is playing well beyond his years and there’s little doubt that he will become a top blue-liner in the CCHL in the years to come.    

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  F Jonathan Cyr (Hawkesbury Hawks) and F Nick Lalonde (Cornwall Colts) 

 

Goalie of the Month –  Ian Andriano (Ottawa Jr. Senators) and James Standen (Hawkesbury Hawks)  

 

Rookie of the Month – F Zachary Fournier (Hawkesbury Hawks) and G Marshall Frappier (Nepean Raiders)  

 

SEPTEMBER 2016 MONTHLY HONORS

The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce its initial 2016-17CCM/HESN Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for September. The Player of the Month is Corey Caruso of the Brockville BravesCaruso had an outstanding opening month accumulating 17 (6G, 11A) points in the first 12 games. The Braves forward earned (4) game stars while winning Second Star in the CCHL Three Stars for September. The Hamilton, ON native is currently tied for overall league scoring with 23 (9G, 14A) points. His leadership and effort are keeping the Braves close to the top of the Robinson Division. The Goalie of the Month honor goes to Carleton Place Canadians Connor Hughes. The Canadians goaltender is off to a blazing start posting a 7-2 record for the defending CCHL champions and who sit atop the league standings with a record of 12-4. Hughes led all goalies with wins (7), earned a shut-out and boasted an impressive 2.0 Goals Against and .914 Save Percentage. The London, ON native is currently 1st overall with a 2.16 Goals Against and his .917 Save Percentage ranks 3rd  in the CCHL. The Rookie of the Month for September is Ethan Manderville of the Kanata LasersManderville collected 5 (3G 2A) points in his first 10 games in the CCHL. The 16 year-old rookie has had a very impressive start, his work ethic and consistency has caught the attention from many around the league who voted for him. The Lasers forward plays in every situation and has already established himself as a more than reliable 2nd/3rd line centre.  

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  D Zach Salloum (Cumberland Grads), F Nick Lalonde (Cornwall Colts) and F Alex Gilmour (Pembroke Lumber Kings)  

 

Goalie of the Month –  Henry Johnson (Brockville Braves) and Brennan Kitchen (Smiths Falls Bears)  

 

Rookie of the Month – G Marshall Frappier (Nepean Raiders) and F Marc Shannon (Smiths Falls Bears)  

FEBRUARY

The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce the Next Recruit/CCM Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for February. The Player of the Month is Alex Gilmour of the Pembroke Lumber KingsGilmourrecently earned the league’s 1st star for the month of February and collected 18 (10G, 8A) points in eleven games. The Lumber Kings forward enjoyed five multiple point games while being selected a game star in six contests. The Toronto, ON native leads the Lumber Kings in overall scoring with 45 (23G, 22A) points in 32 games and helped Pembroke to a 8-2-1 record for the month. The Goalie of the Month and Rookie of the Month honors both go to Colton Point of theCarleton Place Canadians . The Canadians net-minder went undefeated with a 6-0-0-1 record in February which helped keep Carleton Place at the top of the CCHL standings. The North Bay, ON native posted an outstanding 1.52 Goals Against and stellar .949 Save Percentage including two shutouts. The Colgate University commit earned four game stars for his efforts and has an overall record of 22-5-1-1. Point is currently 1st overall in Goals Against (2.20), 4th in Save Percentage with (.915) and 2nd in the league with 6 shutouts.

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  D Jonathan Kovacevic (Hawkesbury Hawks), F Bryce Van Horn (Carleton Place Canadians) and FJake Gaudet (Kemptville 73’s)

 

Goalie of the Month –  Peter Brooks (Kemptville 73’s), Boyd Diclemente (Pembroke Lumber Kings) and Cole Skinner (Hawkesbury Hawks)  

 

Rookie of the Month – G Peter Brooks (Kemptville 73’s) and D Cam Crotty (Brockville Braves)  

 

 

 

                                                                                                                

 

FEBRUARY GONGSHOW ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE MONTH

The Central Canada Hockey League is pleased to announce the Gongshow Academic Player of the Month for February is Cameron Crotty of the Brockville Braves.  Crotty, a 16-year old defenseman has had an outstanding season on the ice, his skills have earned him a scholarship to St.Lawrence University for 2018-19.  Cameron has played major minutes for the Braves in his rookie season, he has a regular shift and also earns ice time on the powerplay and penalty kill.

The Greely, ON native has played 53 games this season, posting 3 goals and 12 assists with 38 PIM.  Cameron has not only excelled on the ice but also in the classroom.  His efforts secured him an 88% average in his latest high school report card which featured 94% in Biology, 94% in English, and 89% in Athropology, Sociolgy, and Psychology.

The CCHL also congratulates the following players who accepted NCAA scholarship offers in February.

  • Maxime St. Pierre of the Carleton Place Canadians - Colorado College 
  • Bryce Van Horn of the Carleton Place Canadians - Colorado College
  • Christopher Smith of the Hawkesbury Hawks - Mercyhurst University
  • Will LeNeave of the Carleton Place Canadians - Union College
  • Joshua Zizek of the Nepean Raiders - Oswego State University

 

JANUARY

The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce the Next Recruit/CCM Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for January. The Player of the Month is Derek Varrin of the Pembroke Lumber KingsVarrin who recently earned the league’s 1st star for the month of January amassed 18 (9G, 9A) points in eleven games. The Lumber Kings forward enjoyed seven multiple point games while being selected a game star in five games. The Greely, ON native leads the Lumber Kings in overall scoring with 35 (18G, 17A) points in 49 games and helped the Pembroke to a 7-3-1 record for the month. The Goalie of the Month honor goes to Cumberland Grads Thierry Messervier. The Cumberland goaltender was solid with a 4-1-2 record in January helping the Grads remain a top team in the CCHL. The Carigan, QC native posted a 3.0 Goals Against and .904 Save Percentage while only losing twice in regulation in his last 17 starts. Messevier is 15-2-4-1 is currently 7th overall with a 2.52 and tied for 1st in Save Percentage with .917. The Rookie of the Month for January is Bobby Dow of the Kemptville 73’sDow was instrumental in the 73’s posting a stellar 8-1-2 record for the month. The Ottawa, ON native collected 12 (8G, 4A) points in ten games including a hat-trick and 5 point game against the Kanata Lasers. He also earned two 1st game stars and will play an integral role for the 73’s in the years to come.     

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  D Jonathan Kovacevic (Hawkesbury Hawks), F Jody Sullivan (Ottawa Jr. Senators) and F Matt Tugnutt (Kemptville 73’s)  

 

Goalie of the Month –  Nick Hodgins (Kemptville 73’s), Ian Andriano (Ottawa Jr. Senators) and Gabe Mollot-Hill (Pembroke Lumber Kings)  

 

Rookie of the Month – F Charles Levesque (Hawkesbury Hawks) and F Sam Meisenheimer (Nepean Raiders)  

 

 

 

                                                                                                                

 

JANUARY GONGSHOW ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE MONTH

The CCHL is pleased to announce that the Gongshow Academic Player of the Month for January is Charles Levesque of the Hawkesbury Hawks. Charles is enjoying an outstanding rookie season as he has been a repeat winner for this same award and voted the league’s Rookie of the Month for both November and December. Also being acknowledged are three players who earned Honorable Mention in this month’s voting. Jared Henry of the Smith Falls Bears, Kemptville 73’s Jake Gaudet, and Salim Mahi-Beaudry of the Gloucester Rangers have also accelerated on the ice and in the classroom.

 

Charles Levesque, Hawkesbury Hawks Academic Player of the Month.

Hawkesbury Hawk forward Charles Levesque received final high school marks of 89 in English, 86 in Math and 86 in French. He also collected 14 (3 G, 11 A) points in 11 games in January. Charles has previously been named Academic Player of the Month for October, two-time Rookie of the Month, and Player of the Week once so far this season. He currently is the Hawks top scorer with 52 points in 50 games, and leads all CCHL Rookies in overall league scoring. 

 

Jared Henry, Smith Falls Bears, Honorable Mention, Academic Player of the Month

With a full course load in the Business Program, Jared Henry maintains an 83% average at St Lawrence College and still manages to make a full commitment to the Smiths Falls Bears.  He leads by example both on and off the ice averaging over 25 minutes of ice time per game recording 2 assists through the month of January. He is a reliable stay at home defenseman who has great vision and play-making abilities. Jared was also a key member of the CCHL Robinson team in thisyears All Star Challenge.

 

Jake Gaudet, Kemptville 73’s Honorable Mention, Academic Player of the Month

The Kemptville 73’s forward is currently working towards a degree in Biology and Biotechnology from Carleton University. Jake received an A in his Introduction to Business and Communications Technology course this semester, having earned an A+ and A's on his course work and final exam. He has already applied his coursework in school to build his own business, Produce To You, (www.producetoyou.ca).  In the month of January, Jake continues to be offensive powerhouse for the 73's, collecting 10 points in 9 games and 33 points for the season to date.

 

 

Salim Mahi-Beaudry, Gloucester Rangers Honorable Mention, Academic Player of the Month

Salim Mahi-Beaudry has 9 points, 2 goals and 7 assists, in 10 games this month and 40 points for the season. Salim also excels in the classroom, maintaining an 87% average taking five courses at CEGEP this season.

  

The CCHL also extends its congratulations to the following nominees for academic player of the month for attaining a 90% or higher average on their first term report cards: Eric Faith (Brockville Braves), Elie Boulerice (Ottawa Junior Senators) and Kris Lalonde (Pembroke Lumber Kings).

 

Lastly, the CCHL congratulates the following players who have accepted NCAA scholarship offers in January:

 

·         Owen Guy from Kemptville 73s – Lake Superior State University

·         Grant Cooper – Clarkson University

·         Branden Makara – Colorado College

 

DECEMBER

The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce the Next Recruit/CCM Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for December. The Player of the Month is Neil Robinson of the Brockville BravesRobinsoncollected 12 (9G,3A) points in eight games while earning an impressive four 1st game stars. The Pointe Claire, QC native was named CCHL’s 1st Star for the month of December and has been a key for the Braves recent surge to 2nd place in the Robinson division. The Holy Cross commit currently leads the league in goals with 29 and is 4th overall in league scoring with 45 (29G, 16A) points in 37 games. The Goalie of the Month honor goes to Ottawa Jr. Senators Ian Andriano. The Ottawa goaltender was outstanding with a 5-1 record in December keeping the Jr. Senators atop the Yzerman division .Andriano led all goalies with five wins, including back to back shut-outs against the Carleton Place Canadians and Gloucester Rangers before the break. The Barrie, ON native only allowed 9 goals in six games posting an impressive 1.55 Goals Against and a .942 Save Percentage. The Jr. Senators netminder is currently 4th overall with a 2.54 Goals Against and 9th in Save Percentage with .905.The Rookie of the Month for December is Charles Levesque of the Hawkesbury HawksLevesque who won the same honor for November continues his stellar play which helped the Hawks to a 5-1-0-1 record in December. The Hawks forward collected 10 (5G, 5A) points in seven games which also included 2 game winning goals. The Russell, ON native currently leads all rookies in overall league scoring with 38 (15G, 23A) points in 40 games as the Hawks remain a top team in the league.    

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  F Chris Smith (Hawkesbury Hawks), F Jim Pearson (Ottawa Jr. Senators) and F Alex Gilmour (Pembroke Lumber Kings)  

 

Goalie of the Month –  Evan DeBrouwer (Smiths Falls Bears) and Cole Skinner (Hawkesbury Hawks)  

 

Rookie of the Month – G Peter Brooks (Kemptville 73’s) and F Greg Meireles (Ottawa Jr. Senators)  

 

 

 

                                                                                                                

 

DECEMBER GONGSHOW ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE MONTH

The CCHL is pleased to announced that the Gongshow Academic Player of the
Month for December is Owen Grant of the Carleton Place Canadians. Grant has
definitely displayed his talents on the ice and in the classroom.  A grade
12 student, Grant's average is over 90% with a very difficult course load
which includes: physics, advanced functions, French immersion and
organizational studies. On the ice, he is recognized as one of the league's
top defenseman for the Nationally ranked Canadians. The Stittsville, ON
native earned a spot on the Team Canada East roster which competed in the
World Junior A Challenge held in Whitby, ON in December. He logs top minutes
for the Canadians and his 20 (5G, 15A) points is 12th overall among
defenseman in the league. Owen scored an outstanding 1800 on the SAT, couple
that with his play on the ice he was able to secure a scholarship to the
University of Vermont.

CCHL also offers congratulations to both Vincenzo Renda from the Brockville
Braves who accepted an NCAA scholarship offer from the US Air Force Academy
and Owen Guy who committed to Lake Superior State.

December Academic Player of the Month, Owen Grant from the Carleton Place
Canadians.
November Academic Player of the Month, Kevin Groulx from the Smith Falls
Bears
October Academic Player of the Month, Charles Levesque from the Hawkesbury
Hawks

 

NOVEMBER

The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce the Next Recruit/CCM Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for November. The Player of the Month is Shawn Cameron of the Cumberland GradsCameronfinally earns the honor after being an Honorable Mention for both the month of September and October. The Grads forward accumulated 19 (10G, 9A) points in 11 games while earning 3 game stars. The Sherbrooke, QC native is currently enjoying a 15 game scoring streak while sitting 2nd in overall league scoring with 50 (24G, 26A) points in 31 games. The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) commit has only been held scoreless in 3 games while the Grads crack the CJHL Top 20 for the first time in franchise history. Cameron is one of the main reasons the Grads have rebounded from only 15 wins and missing play-offs last year to securing 22 wins already this year and 2nd overall in the entire CCHL. The Goalie of the Month honor goes to Brockville Braves Henry Johnson. The Braves goaltender recently earned CCHL Player of the Week honors, his play this past month was spectacular with a 6-1 record. Johnson led all goalies with six wins, posted three shut-outs, an impressive 1.29 Goals Against and .957 Save Percentage. The Minneapolis, MN earned three 1st game stars, his league leading 6 shut-outs broke the Braves 53 year old franchise single season record. The Brockville netminder is currently 4th overall with a 2.49 Goals Against and his .917 Save Percentage is good for 2nd in the CCHL. TheRookie of the Month for November is Charles Levesque of the Hawkesbury HawksLevesque collected 11 (2G, 9A) points in 11 games which led the team in scoring for the month. The Hawks forward was named CCHL Academic Player of the Month for October and also an Honorable Mention Rookie of the Month for both September and October. The Russell, ON native currently sits 2nd overall in rookie scoring with 28 (10G, 18A) points in 32 games.   

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  D Vincenzo Renda (Brockville Braves), F Kevin Groulx (Smiths Falls Bears) and F Tanner Spink (Cornwall Colts)  

 

Goalie of the Month –  Thierry Messervier (Cumberland Grads) and Nicholas Hodgins (Kemptville 73s)  

 

Rookie of the Month – F Brett Murray (Carleton Place Canadians) and F Ty Power (Kanata Lasers)  

 

 

 

                                                                                                                

 

NOVEMBER GONGSHOW ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE MONTH

The Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce that the
Gongshow Academic Player of the Month is Kevin Groulx of the Smith's Falls
Bears. Groulx has managed to combine an outstanding academic performance at
Algonquin College with an extraordinary performance on the ice for the
Bears. Kevin is a full-time student in Algonquin's Business Program,  he has
successfully maintained an A- average across all courses in the fall term.
Not only has the Bears forward shown strength and commitment in his
academics, he has emerged as a leader both on and off the ice and a reason
for their success thus far. The Stittsville, ON enjoyed a great month
collecting 15 (5G, 10A) points this month while keeping the Bears in the
hunt for 2nd place in the Robinson division. Groulx is 4th in team scoring
averaging over a point per game 23 (8G, 15A) points in 21 games.

CCHL also offers congratulations to the following players who have accepted
NCAA scholarship offers in the last month
.       Francis Marotte from the Nepean Raiders - Robert Morris University
.       Cameron Crotty from the Brockville Braves - St. Lawrence University
.       Shawn Cameron from the Cumberland Grads - Rochester Institute of
Technology
.       Matthieu Franche from the Cumberland Grads - Merrimack College
.       Quinn Wichers from the Kemptville 73's - Mercyhurst University
.       Colton Point from  the Carleton Place Canadians - Colgate University

 

OCTOBER

The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce their Next Recruit/CCM Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for October. The ninth nationally ranked Carleton Place Canadians feature two of the three award winners this month. The Player of the Month is Canadians forward Lucas Batt. Batt amassed 23 (9G, 14A) points in 10 games helping the Canadians to an 8-2 record for October. The Canadians forward earned (5) game stars while also being selected to represent the Robinson division in the upcoming Eastern Canada Cup All-Star Challenge (ECCASC). The Lewisporte, NL native currently leads the league in scoring with 42 (17G, 25A) points in 24 games. TheGoalie of the Month is Francis Marotte of the Nepean Raiders. The Raiders goaltender singlehandedly helped his team get back to their winning ways in October. Marotte went 5-2-1-1 in his nine starts while earning (5) game stars for his efforts. The Nepean netminder posted a stellar .934 Save Percentage stopping 267 of the 286 shots he faced and a 2.1 Goals Against. The Longeuil, QC native is currently 6th overall with a 2.65 Goals Against and .921 Save Percentage 2nd in the CCHL. Brett Murray of the Carleton Place Canadians is the Rookie of the Month for October. Murray collected 10 (2G 8A) points in 10 games and continues to be an impact player for the Canadians in his inaugural season. The Bolton, ON native was recently honored as CCHL Player of the Week, and currently leads all rookies in league scoring with 26 (10G 16A) points in 24 games. Murray will also join teammate and Player of the Month Lucas Batt on the Robinson Division All-Star team for November 16-18 ECCASC event in Cornwall. The Canadians forward has committed to Penn State for the 2017-18 season and was included in the initial 2016 NHL Central Scouting Pre-Season Watch list.   

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  F  Shawn Cameron (Cumberland Grads), D Sean Rappleyea (Ottawa Jr. Senators) and F Tristan Elie (Cornwall Colts)  

 

Goalie of the Month –  Gabe Mollot-Hill (Pembroke Lumber Kings) and Ryan Coughlin (Cumberland Grads)   

 

Rookie of the Month – D Matthieu Franche (Cumberland Grads) and F Charles Levesque (Hawkesbury Hawks)  

 

 

 

                                                                                                     

 

 

OCTOBER GONGSHOW ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE MONTH

The CCHL is pleased to award the Gongshow Academic Player of the Month for
October to Charles Levesque of the Hawkesbury Hawks. Levesque, is a forward
with the Hawkesbury Hawks from Russell, ON. In his rookie campaign with the
Hawks he's already made an impact on the ice and specifically in the
classroom.  As a full time High School Student, Charles is averaging an A in
all his classes on tests and assignments for both September and October. On
the ice, he has accumulated 17 points (eight goals and nine assists) in 22
games, is one of the leading scorers as a rookie and third overall for the
team. Levesque was an Honorable Mention for rookie of the month in September
and will play an integral role in the Hawks future.

Honorable mention - Paul Vella of the Gloucester Rangers, on the ice, Paul
is second in team scoring with 12 points on three goals and nine assists.
Paul also excelled in the classroom completing in just two months a
full-credit marketing course online at the University of Phoenix. His final
mark was 91% with a 95% on his final assignment. It takes extraordinary
dedication to do an online course, to complete it in two months and get an
A+ is an impressive accomplishment.

 

SEPTEMBER

The Central Canada Junior A Hockey League (CCHL) is pleased to announce their initial 2015-16 Next Recruit/CCM Player/Goalie/Rookie of the Month awards for September. The Player of the Month is Jordan Larson of the Carleton Place CanadiansLarson had a great opening month accumulating 23 (8G, 15A) points in the first 12 games and has only been held scoreless in one. The Canadians forward earned (6) game stars while winning First Star in the CCHL Three Stars for September. The Fort Frances, ON native currently leads the league in scoring with 26 (10G, 16A) points. He has helped lead last year’s National Finalist to top spot overall in CCHL standings 11-2-1 record. The Goalie of the Month honor goes to Smiths Falls Bears Evan DeBrouwer. The Bears goaltender recently earned CCHL Player of the Week honors, has played every minute of every game and continues to impress each outing. DeBrouwer led all goalies with wins (9), posted (2) shut-outs and an impressive 2.26 Goals Against and .921 Save Percentage. The Blenheim, ON native is currently 5thoverall with a 2.23 Goals Against and .921 Save Percentage 4th in the CCHL. The Rookie of the Month for September isSam Meisenheimer of the Ottawa Jr. SenatorsMeisenheimer collected 9 (6G 3A) points in 8 games while earning (3) 1st game stars. His points have come in bunches as he posted (4) multi-point games and (2) multi-goal games. The 17 year-old rookie has had a very impressive start already winning a league Player of the Week Award this season. The Stittsville, ON native has been instrumental in the Ottawa Jr. Senators success to date and is garnering a lot of attention from NCAA schools.  

 

Honorable Mentions:

 

Player of the Month –  F  Shawn Cameron (Cumberland Grads), F Julien Denicourt (Hawkesbury Hawks) and F Johnny Curran (Smiths Falls Bears)  

 

Goalie of the Month –  Colton Point (Carleton Place Canadians) and Michael Cerasuolo (Brockville Braves)  

 

Rookie of the Month – G Colton Point (Carleton Place Canadians) and F Charles Levesque (Hawkesbury Hawks)