CCHL Recap | Nationals, Canadians, Grads and 73’s Win Sunday Games

Ottawa, ON –  In the Central Canada Hockey League there were three afternoon games plus an evening game. The Rockland Nationals hosted the Brockville Braves, after 60-minutes the Nationals 7-4. The Carleton Place Canadians hosted the Cornwall Colts, where the Canadians won 5-3. The Navan Grads hosted the Nepean Raiders, after 60-minutes the Grads won 9-3. The Kemptville 73’s traveled to visit the Pembroke Lumber Kings, where the 73’s won 2-1.

F | Brockville 4 Rockland 7

Rockland dominated early, with goals from Kellen Dostaler and Anthony Hall countered by Jesse Lumsden for Brockville in the 1st period. The 2nd period saw Xavier Laurent extend Rockland’s lead, met by Kimani Eccleston’s effort for Brockville. In the final period, Rockland’s Aidan Dres, Kellen Dostaler, Xavier Laurent and Mathieu Fillion secured the win, while Brockville’s Kayden Buller and Marcus Mori fought back. Despite a stellar 40-save performance from Brockville’s goaltender Zane Spaniol, Rockland’s Sebastian Resar stood firm with 9 saves.

F | Cornwall 3 Carleton Place 5

The 1st period saw Carleton Place’s Loic Prudhomme, Caton Ryan and William Bouwer seize the lead, countered by Brayden Bowen’s effort for Cornwall in the 2nd period. Cornwall rallied in the 3rd period with goals from Nathan Garnier and Bradley Fraser, but Carleton Place maintained control with goals from Kyle Kudrna and Will Soloway. Cornwall’s goaltender Donald Hickey made 6 saves before being replaced by Xander Miceli, who made 14 saves. Despite their efforts, Carleton Place’s goaltender Ian Vandenberg stood strong with 21 saves.

F | Nepean 3 Navan 9

Nepean started strong with Nicolas Papineau scoring in the 1st period, but Navan quickly responded with Danny Markham finding the net. The 2nd period saw Navan pull ahead with goals from Colin MacDougall, Nico Paone and Colin Holmes, with Dylan Pollock scoring for Nepean. In the final period, Navan continued their offensive onslaught, with Colin Holmes adding another two goals, alongside contributions from Danny Markham, Shaan Kingwell and Colin MacDougall. Nepean managed to add a goal from Kyle Slingerland, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Navan’s dominance. Despite Brady McEwan’s valiant effort with 35 saves for Nepean, Navan’s goaltender Haydn Gould stood tall with 28 saves.

F | Kemptville 2 Pembroke 1

The 1st period saw goals from Emile Trottier for Kemptville and Jayson Alegria for Pembroke. Patrick Haughian’s goal in the 2nd period gave Kemptville the lead. Despite intense pressure, neither team managed to score in the 3rd period. Kemptville’s goaltender Jacob Biron showcased his skill with 28 saves, while Pembroke’s Kevin Jones made 26 saves.

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