CCHL Recap | Lumber Kings, Canadians, Colts and Raiders Win Friday Night

Ottawa, ON – Friday night in the Central Canada Hockey League was a four game night. The Pembroke Lumber Kings traveled to the Brockville Braves, where after 60-minutes the Lumber Kings won 2-1. The Carleton Place Canadians traveled to the Smiths Falls Bears, where the game lead to a shootout victory for the Canadians 4-3. The Cornwall Colts traveled to the Hawkesbury Hawks, the Colts took the game 5-2 in 60-minutes. The Nepean Raiders went to the Rockland Nationals, the Raiders won the game 7-3.

F | Pembroke 2 Brockville 1

Pembroke’s Ryan Parent opened the scoring in the first period, followed by Liam Cardiff extending the lead in the second. Brockville’s Anoushan Mugunthan responded in the third period with a goal. Both goaltenders put on a spectacular performance, with Pembroke’s Kevin Jones making 23 saves and Brockville’s Edouard Piche making 43 saves.

F | Carleton Place 4 Smiths Falls 3 (SO)

The first period remained scoreless, but Smiths Falls’ Lucas Culhane broke the deadlock in the second. Carleton Place quickly responded with goals from Kyle Kudrna and Caton Ryan. In the third period, Smiths Falls’ Shaymus Stevenson and Culhane struck again, while Carleton Place’s Loic Prudhomme kept the game tied. Overtime failed to produce a winner, leading to a shootout where Carleton Place’s Caton Ryan and Aidan Cooper secured the win. Aidan Feddema stood tall in Carleton Place’s net, making 40 saves, while Dawson Labre of Smiths Falls made 16 saves.

F | Cornwall 5 Hawkesbury 2

The first period saw no scoring, but the second period ignited with Cornwall’s Kobe Tallman netting two goals and Bradley Fraser adding one, countered by Hawkesbury’s Alexis Billequey. In the final period, Deklyn Campbell scored for Hawkesbury, yet Cornwall’s Fraser and Fernand-Olivier Perron sealed the win with additional goals. Both goaltenders showcased their skills, with Cornwall’s Donald Hickey and Hawkesbury’s Dimitri Pelekos each making 30 saves.

F | Nepean 7 Rockland 3

In the first period, Nepean’s Nicolas Papineau and Dylan Paron struck early, countered by Rockland’s Kyle Leonard with two goals. Rockland’s momentum continued into the second period with Trystan-Felix Tremblay’s goal, but Nepean responded fiercely with goals from Nolan DeFazio and Oliver Band. The final period intensified as Nepean widened the gap with goals from John Lumsden, Papineau, and Riley Streska. Nepean’s goaltender John Gedraitis stood strong, making 38 saves.Rockland’s Benoit Forget made 14 saves.

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