Ottawa – Here is the wrap up from the Central Canada Hockey League Tier one games from our three local teams this pass Sunday.
Braves 6 Pembroke 2
Pembroke – Jesse Winchester’s Brockville Braves earned a confident 6-2 win over the hometown Pembroke Lumber Kings in Sunday’s Central Canada Hockey League Tier 1 Week-10 finale.
Blueliner Jonathan Hill had a pair of goals and an assist to lead the way for Brockville (14-11-1), which nearly let a 3-0 lead slip before a quick double from Jordi Jefferson and Hill sent them into the second intermission with a 5-2 lead.
Alex Horawski took the loss in net for Pembroke (13-9-0), surrendering six goals on 35 shots. Justin Evenson stopped 33 of 35 en route to his 11th win of the season.
Carleton Place 7, Kemptville 1
The Carleton Place Canadians remained perfect at home in 2017-18 with a 7-1 drubbing of the last-place Kemptville 73’s on Sunday afternoon.
Five players had multi-point games for Jason Clarke’s Canadians (23-2-1, CJHL #4), which outshot Kemptville (5-18-1) an eye-popping 40-13 en route to the confident win.
Carleton Place’s winning streak now stands at 14.
Haydn Hopkins (1G, 2A) and Brett Thorne (3A) paced all scorers in the win for the Canadians.
Smiths Falls 3, Rockland 1
The Smiths Falls Bears snapped a month-long, 10-game losing streak on Sunday afternoon with a 3-1 win over the injury-ravaged Rockland Nationals.
Michael Larose’s goal at 5:51 of the third period proved to be the winner for the Bears (7-13-3), who handed the sliding Nationals (11-12-2) their seventh-straight loss.
Cameron Scrivens opened the scoring for the hosts, but three unanswered goals from the Bears via Marc Shannon, Larose and Hayden Hart (EN) sealed the result.