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Morning Recap | Five Games across the CCHL Friday night

 

OTTAWA, ON – A busy Friday night saw ten teams in action with the Kemptville 73’s, Smiths Falls Bears, Hawkesbury Hawks, Rockland Nationals, and Navan Grads all snagging victories.

 

KEMPTVILLE 4 BROCKVILLE 2

Brock Krulick scored twice, Nathan Merrett and Chase Lammi added goals of their own, while Tyler Laureault made 21-saves as the 73’s improved to a Robinson Division best 9-4-0-1 on the year. Brockville, who saw their record drop to 7-4-0-1, had goals from Marco Iozzo and Patrick Lanthier, while Brandon Abbott finished with 20-saves in the loss.

 

HAWKESBURY 4 OTTAWA 3

Tyler Samodral led the way with two goals, Landon Brownlee and Jeremy Tremblay added singles, while Max Donoso made 30-saves as Hawkesbury saw their season record improve to 9-4-0-0. Vincent Velocci, Simon Isabelle, and David Mabey responded for Ottawa, while Felix Schnell made 16-saves as the Junior Senators fell to 10-2-0-0 on the season.

 

SMITHS FALLS 4 NEPEAN 3 OT

Owen Watson scored the overtime winner, Alec Hamady, Lletyon McLean, and Sean James netted goals in regulation, while Adam Yost made 33-saves as the Bears improved to 3-10-0-0 on the season. Nepean, who fell to 3-8-1-0 on the year, had goals from Rylan Iwachniuk, Tyler Melvin, and Zachary Lefebvre, while Connor Shibley made 33-saves in the losing effort.

 

ROCKLAND 4 CARLETON PLACE 3

William Collins had the winner with 1 minute remaining in regulation, Tucker Shields, Justin Dauphinais, and Gabriel Filon also hit twine, while Jack McGovern made 33-saves as Rockland improved their season record to 3-8-1-1. Carleton Place had goals from Kerfalla Toure, Bill Gourgon, and Ryan Bonfield, while Brady McEwan made 30-saves as they saw their record fall to 6-6-0-1.

 

NAVAN 6 PEMBROKE 5 OT

Alec Lovisek netted the OT winner, Alexandre Hogue, Owen Parsons, Devyn Orpana, Danyk Drouin, and Ryan Burke also scored goals, while Ben West finished with 35-saves as Navan improved to 9-3-0-0 on the year. Pembroke, who fell to 7-3-1-1, had two goals off the stick of Brady Egan, singles from Gabe Malek, Max Martin, and Jack Stockfish, while Reece Proulx made 39-saves in the loss.