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Morning Recap | Opening Weekend | Five Games

PHOTO courtesy icelevel.com/Graphic by Mark Kelly

 

Ottawa, ON – There were five games across the CCHL region on Friday night as the Carleton Place Canadians, Hawkesbury Hawks, Ottawa Jr Senators, Kemptville 73’s, and Rockland Nationals were all victorious.

 

F | CARLETON PLACE 5 BROCKVILLE 2

Ryan Bonfield scored twice, Steven Townley, David Gagnon, and Jake Code also found the net, while goaltender Devon Levi made 32 saves as the Canadians defeated Brockville 5-2. Killian Rowlee and Troy Bowditch responded for the Braves, while Jake Begley made 29 saves in the loss.

 

F | HAWKESBURY 5 CORNWALL 3

Luke Grainger (2G, 2A) led the way offensively, Dovar Tinling and Zachary Lefebvre also added goals, while Robbie Nuchereno made 19-saves as the Hawks picked up 2 points. Sam Gaudreau, Bradley Shaw, and Matthew Varnovitski replied for the Colts, while Rico Dimatteo finished with 36 saves.

 

F | OTTAWA 3 SMITHS FALLS 2 SO

Brent Broaders and Owen Cole tallied in regulation, while Matthew Toporowski netted the Shootout Winner as Ottawa picked up a big road victory in Smiths Falls. Felix Schnell finished the game with 33 saves for his first career CCHL victory. Scoring for the Bears was Ryan Richardson and Cade Helmer, while Jake Smith was solid in nets, making 37 saves.

 

KEMPTVILLE 6 NEPEAN 3

Hunter Brazier (1G, 3A), Jared Patterson (1G, 1A), Evan Mitchell (1G, 1A), Luke Jefferies (1G, 1A), Chase Broda (1G, 1A), and Chase Lammi (1G, 1A) all found the back of the net, Madoka Suzuki (3A) also had multiple entries on the score sheet, while Riley McCabe made 23-saves as Kemptville showed no mercy to Nepean, out-shooting themĀ  48-26. Josh Shimizu, Patrick Larkin, and Jake Miles scored for Nepean, while Andrew Rose finished with 42 saves in the loss.

 

F | ROCKLAND 4 NAVAN 3

Gunnar Smith (2G), Vincent Labelle, and Matthew Vermaetan tallied goals, while Cyrus Martin made 23-saves as Rockland scored three times in the final frame to come from behind and defeat Navan Friday night. Mason Goldie, Wil Murray, and Alex Lovisek replied for the Grads, while Alex Wisco finished with 35-saves.