CCHL Recap | Bears, Colts and Lumber Kings Win Sunday Afternoon

Ottawa, ON – Sunday afternoon featured three playoff games in the Central Canada Hockey League. The Smiths Falls Bears went to the Carleton Place Canadians, where a double overtime determined the Bears winning 4-3. The Cornwall Colts had the Hawkesbury Hawks in Cornwall, where the Colts took the game 6-1. The Pembroke Lumber Kings were in the Navan Grads barn, after 60 minutes the Lumber Kings won 3-1.

F | Smiths Falls 4 Carleton Place 3 (2nd OT)

The game started with Shaymus Stevenson and Travis Ouellette scoring for Smiths Falls, countered by Caton Ryan’s goal for Carleton Place in the 1st period. Carleton Place’s Noah Kinloch Varga tied it up in the 2nd period, only for Julien Wasmer to put Smiths Falls ahead again in the 3rd. William Bouwer’s goal for Carleton Place sent the game into overtime. Despite a scoreless 1st overtime, Travis Ouellette sealed the deal for Smiths Falls in the 2nd overtime. Goaltenders Dawson Labre (Smiths Falls) and Aidan Feddema (Carleton Place) were outstanding, making 38 and 42 saves. 

F | Hawkesbury 1 Cornwall 6

The first period saw Cornwall’s Brennan Boyce, Brayden Bowen, Ethan Montroy, and Fernand-Olivier Perron scoring, setting the tone early. Hawkesbury’s Edward Downey responded in the second period, but Cornwall quickly regained control with goals from Bradley Fraser and Tristan Miron. The third period remained scoreless, showcasing strong goaltending from both teams. Hawkesbury’s Dimitri Pelekos made 10 saves before being replaced by Caleb Chabot, who made 23 saves. On the other side, Cornwall’s Xander Miceli stood tall with 19 saves.

F | Pembroke 3 Navan 1

Mikayil Kahriman opened the scoring for Pembroke in the first period, matched by Colin MacDougall’s goal for Navan. The second period remained scoreless, with both goaltenders, Kevin Jones for Pembroke and Jaeden Nelson for Navan, making key saves to keep the game close. In the decisive third period, Pembroke’s Liam Cardiff and Sutton Murray found the back of the net, securing the win for their team. Jones was stellar in net for Pembroke, making 30 saves, while Nelson put up a strong effort for Navan with 31 saves.

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