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Morning Recap | Five Games on busy Friday night

 

OTTAWA, ON – There were five games across the CCHL region on Friday night, seeing victories from the Brockville Braves, Ottawa Junior Senators, Smiths Falls Bears, Kemptville 73’s, and Rockland Nationals.

 

BROCKVILLE 4 PEMBROKE 2

Luke Tchor netted two goals, Patrick Lanthier and Nicholas Dowling added singles, while Sami Molu made 24-saves as Brockville improved to 15-7-0-2 on the year. Pembroke, who fell to 16-5-2-1, had goals from Carter Vollett and Jack Stockfish, while Reece Proulx made 22-saves in the loss.

 

OTTAWA 4 HAWKESBURY 1

Vincent Velocci, Bodie Nobes, Philippe Jacques, and James Taylor, who scored his first career CCHL goal were the goal scorers, while William Desmarais made 23-saves as Ottawa improved their record on the season to a CCHL-best 19-3-1-1. Hawkesbury, who fell to 14-7-1-2, had their lone goal from Landon Brownlee, while Emile Savoie made 26-saves in the losing effort.

 

SMITHS FALLS 4 CARLETON PLACE 3 OT

Sean James, Brody Fournier, and Bruce Coltart scored in regulation, Owen Watson was the overtime hero, while Will McEvoy made 35-saves as Smiths Falls improved to 8-13-1-0 on the season. Carleton Place, who saw their record drop to 10-11-1-1, had goals from Jake Code, Kerfalla Toure, and Christian Berini, while Joe Chambers made 27-saves on the losing end of things.

 

KEMPTVILLE 6 CORNWALL 2

Hunter Brazier led the way with 2 goals, Adam Cavallin, Chase Lammi, Devon Savignac, and Brendan Lynch added singles, while Tyler Laureault made 29-saves as Kemptville improved to 15-7-2-1 on the year. Cornwall, who dropped to 5-15-3-4, had goals from Emerick Nadeau and Keanu Krenn.

 

ROCKLAND 6 NEPEAN 3

William Pilon scored twice, Giovanni Morneau, Isaac Landry, Justin Dauphinais, and Alexandre Frechette also found the net, while Jack McGovern made 19-saves as Rockland improved their season record to 7-14-2-1. Nepean, who fell to 6-16-1-0, had goals from Costa Touliopoulos, Zachary Lefebvre, and Jack Hillier, while Nathan Loisel made 32-saves in the loss.