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Morning Recap | Busy Friday with all twelve teams in action

 

Ottawa, ON – A busy night in the CCHL offered up a full-slate of games as all twelve teams were in action. The Cornwall Colts, Hawkesbury Hawks, Smiths Falls Bears, Rockland Nationals, Carleton Place Canadians, and Navan Grads were all victorious.

 

F | CORNWALL 3 BROCKVILLE 2 SO

Cuyler Molinaro and Will McKinley scored in regulation, Emerick Nadeau scored the shootout winning goal, while Rico DiMatteo made 35-saves as Cornwall defeated Brockville for the second straight night to improve to 15-26-1-1 on the season. Brockville, who fell to 27-8-3-2, had goals from Simon Kerr and Josh Spratt, while Jake Begley made 23-saves in the loss.

 

F | HAWKESBURY 7 KEMPTVILLE 1

Dovar Tinling (3G, 1A) and Luke Grainger (1G, 3A) led the way offensively, Matt Gasuik, Zachary Lefebvre, and Thomas Winn also chipped in with goals, while Mathieu Chenier made 30-saves as Hawkesbury improved to 24-15-2-0 on the year. Kemptville saw their record fall to 18-21-3-0.

 

F | SMITHS FALLS 4 KANATA 0

Ryan Richardson (2G, 1A), Theo Todd, and Cameron McLean all found the net, while Jake Smith had a 19-save shutout as Smiths Falls improved their record to 18-17-2-1. Kanata fell to 19-17-1-4 on the season.

 

F | ROCKLAND 5 NEPEAN 0

Daniel Menges (2), Noah Doyle, Cole Craft, and Alex Frechette scored goals, while Jack McGovern had a 19-save shutout as Rockland improved to 27-13-0-2 on the season. Nepean fell to 7-32-1-2 on the year.

 

F | CARLETON PLACE 4 OTTAWA 2

Jaxon Camp, Brett Thorne, Elliott McDermott, and Cameron Patton found the back of the net, while Devon Levi made 22-saves as Carleton Place won their fourth in a row to improve to 35-5-3-2 on the year. Ottawa, who fell to 22-18-2-0, had goals from Thomas Freel and Ethan Mulhearn, while Bryan Landsberger made 22-saves in the losing effort.

 

F | NAVAN 5 PEMBROKE 4 OT

Devyn Orpana scored twice, including the overtime winner, newly acquired Joel Pavey tallied his first career CCHL goal, Seva Losev, and Jackson Arcan also found the net, while Alex Aslanidis made 29-saves as Navan improved to 16-25-0-0. Pembroke, who fell to 21-17-2-1, had goals from Nicolas Guillemette, Cameron Hough, Blair Battochio, and Jesse Dick.