CCHL Recap | Bears, Canadians, 73’s, Nationals, Wolves and Colts Win Monday Afternoon

Ottawa, ON – On holiday Monday, every team was in action in the afternoon. To start off, the Smiths Falls Bears traveled to the Ottawa Junior Senators where the Bears won 3-1. The Carleton Place Canadians hosted the Nepean Raiders, after 60-minutes the Canadians won 4-1. The Kemptville 73’s hosted the Navan Grads, the 73’s took the game 4-0. The Rockland Nationals visited the Hawkesbury Hawks, where the Nationals won 3-2. The Renfrew Wolves hosted the Pembroke Lumber Kings, after 60-minutes the Wolves won 8-4. The Cornwall Colts hosted the Brockville Braves, where the Colts took the game 7-0.

F | Smiths Falls 3 Ottawa 1

Trevor Faucher opened the scoring for Smiths Falls in the first period, followed by Shaymus Stevenson extending the lead in the second. Alexandre Cote managed to pull one back for Ottawa in the third period, but Matthew Dimaline sealed the win for Smiths Falls. Goaltender Dawson Labre for Smiths Falls made 27 saves throughout the game. On the other end, Ottawa’s goaltender Will Mizenko made 29 saves. 

F | Nepean 1 Carleton Place 4

In the first period, Carleton Place set the tone with goals from Bill Gourgon and Will Soloway. The momentum continued into the second period, with Caton Ryan and another from Gourgon extending their lead. Nepean managed to find the net through Brandon Reinisch. The third period remained scoreless. Goaltender Brady McEwan for Nepean made 31 saves, while Ian Vandenberg for Carleton Place made 25 saves.

F | Navan 0 Kemptville 4

Kemptville’s Nicholas Bennett set the pace with a goal in the first period. The momentum continued into the second period, with Trey Wandall netting two goals for Kemptville. In the third period, Nicholas Esposito sealed the win with another goal. Navan’s goaltender Jaeden Nelson made 29 saves before being replaced by Hadyn Gould, who made 7 saves. Kemptville’s goaltender Jacob Biron turned away 36 shots to secure the shutout victory.

F | Rockland 3 Hawkesbury 2

Jacob Charron opened the scoring for Rockland in the first period, setting the tone early. Anthony Hall extended Rockland’s lead with a goal in the second period. However, Hawkesbury fought back fiercely in the third period, with goals from Wyatt Schmidek and Alexis Minville to tie the game. Anthony Hall delivered once again for Rockland. Rockland’s goaltender Benoit Forget made 22 saves, while Hawkesbury’s Dimitri Pelekos made 38 saves. 

F | Pembroke 4 Renfrew 8

In the first period, Renfrew set the pace with goals from Jace Letourneau and Henry Wilson, while Pembroke’s Ryan Parent managed to find the net. The second period saw Pembroke’s Maverick Hayes score, but Renfrew responded with goals from Noah Vom Schmidt and Ethan Smith. The final period was action-packed, with Pembroke’s Alex Fortier and Jayson Alegria contributing goals, but Renfrew surged ahead with goals from Letourneau, Jack Dolan, Andrew Morton and another from Vom Schmidt. Pembroke’s goaltender Kevin Jones made 43 saves, while Renfrew’s Lincoln Mellenthin stopped 25 shots.

F | Brockville 0 Cornwall 7

Kaiden Pyke set the tone early for Cornwall with a goal in the first period. The second period saw Cornwall extend their lead with goals from Tristan Miron, Brayden Bowen and another from Pyke. In the final period, Cornwall continued their offensive onslaught with goals from Brayden Bowen, Luc Beliveau and Nicolas Gingras. Brockville’s goaltender Zane Spaniol made 29 saves before being replaced by Dustin Riff, who made 5 saves. Cornwall’s goaltender Xander Miceli turned away 13 shots to secure the shutout victory.

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