Brockville Braves Carleton Place Canadians Cornwall Colts Navan Grads Hawkesbury Hawks Kanata Lasers Kemptville 73s Nepean Raiders Ottawa Jr Senators Pembroke Lumber Kings Rockland Nationals Smiths Falls Bears
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Week Five Power-Rankings

  1. Brockville Braves (9-1-0) – | Results: 5-1 W vs. KEM | The Braves stay at #1 in the PWRK for the second week in a row. They’ve won nine straight games. Their only loss of the season came on September 2nd (4-1) against the Rockland Nationals.

 

  1. Carleton Place Canadians (9-2-1) – | Results: 10-0 W at NEP | The Canadians 10-0 win on Sunday is the largest win by any CCHL team this season. It also sets a league high total for goals scored by a single team this year. Carleton Place’s winning streak extends to six games.

 

  1. Hawkesbury Hawks (9-2-0) – | Results: 5-3 W vs. PEM, 5-4 W vs. HAW | Hawkesbury became the second team to nine wins and now lead the Yzerman Division by one point with 18. The Hawks have now won three straight games after a comeback win over Cornwall on Saturday.

 

  1. Rockland Nationals (8-5-1) +2 | Results: 3-2 OTW at CRW, 2-1 OTW vs. KAN, 4-3 W at KEM | Four straight wins for the Nats’ last week. Rockland won their first two contests in overtime before finishing off the week 3-0. They’ve also recorded a point in five of their last six games.

 

  1. Kanata Lasers (7-6-1) +2 | Results: 3-1 W vs. PEM, 2-1 OTL at ROC | Kanata picked up three of the possible four points last week. After a 0-2-1 record in week four, the Lasers have salvaged at least a point in three straight games, giving them a record over .500.

 

  1. Ottawa Jr. Senators (6-6-0) +2 | Results: 5-1 W vs. CRW, 3-2 L vs. NAV, 3-2 OTW at NAV | After heavily out-shooting  Cornwall and Navan in their own barn, the Jr. Senators were out-shot on Sunday but were able to pick up the win in overtime. This is now back-to-back weeks with a 2-1 record.

 

  1. Navan Grads (3-9-2) +5| Results: 3-2 W at OJS, 3-2 OTL vs. OJS | This week could send the Grads in an upward scale. They picked up three of the possible four points against the defending league champs. Despite the trade of veteran forward Alex Way, Navan acquired two good young players that should help them going forward.

 

  1. Kemptville 73’s (5-5-2) -3 | Results: 5-1 L at BRO, 4-3 L vs. ROC | The 73’s have now lost three straight games and are 1-4-2 over their last seven games (22 GF / 33 GA). They are still in a playoff spot with 12 points and have the team to make it.

 

  1. Pembroke Lumber Kings (6-6-0) -3 | Results: 3-1 L at KAN, 5-3 L at HAW | After starting the season 6-1, the Lumber have lost five straight games since September 23rd. They are still in a playoff spot with 12 points and have the offence, depth and goaltending to fix this bump in the road.

 

  1. Cornwall Colts (4-8-1) | Results: 5-1 L at OJS, 3-2 OTL vs. ROC, 5-4 L at HAW | The Colts only registered 14 shots on goal against Ottawa on Wednesday, and blew two leads against Rockland and Hawkesbury. After winning four of their last five games, the Cornwall is 0-2-1 over their last three contests.

 

  1. Smiths Falls Bears (3-5-3) – | Results: 5-4 OTL vs. NEP | The Bears started the season 3-2-1 but have since lost five straight games (0-3-2) since September 16th.  Last week they blew the lead against Nepean.

 

  1. Nepean Raiders (4-6-1) -2 | Results: 5-4 OTW at CF, 10-0 L vs. CP | Nepean’s 5-4 comeback win against Smiths Falls had the Raiders on the right track this week but their 10-0 L to one of the leagues top teams ended their week on a tough note.