Cornwall Edges Hawkesbury
Grant Cooper had 2 goals and 1 assist as the Cornwall Colts came from down 3-1 on way to a 4-3 victory Sunday evening. Tanner Spink and Kevin Hope also found the net for Cornwall while Brett Nichol had 33 saves for the win.
Liam Alcade, CJ Stubbs, and Jason Brochu had the goals on the Hawkesbury side while Gunner Rivers made 22 saves in the losing effort.
The Colts now lead the best-of-seven series 2-1, Game 4 goes Tuesday night at 7:30pm in Hawkesbury.
Colts get the only goal in the third and take back home ice in Round one with a big 4-3 win in Hawkesbury. Grant…
— CornwallColts (@CornwallColts)
Lumberkings Roll Over Braves
The Pembroke Lumberkings had their way with the Brockville Braves for the second straight game as they pulled out a 7-4 victory. Anthony Nellis had 3 goals and 2 assists, Felix Chamberland had 1 goal and 3 assists, while Stephen Cooney, Owen McDade, and Alex Boivin also had markers. Jordan Piccolino stopped 29 of the 33 shots he faced to pick up the victory.
Liam Folkes and Owen Gill both had 1 goal and 1 assist for Brockville while Jack Billings and Andrew Peski also scored. Goaltender Bo Taylor was busy as he finished with 40 saves but was beaten 6 times and was handed the loss.
With the victory, Pembroke took a 2-1 series lead and will travel to Brockville for Game 4 on Tuesday night at 7:30pm.
CP Canadians Stays Hot
The Carleton Place Canadians showed no signs of slowing down as they ran away with a 6-1 victory over the Nepean Raiders on Sunday. The Canadians had goals from 6 different players including CCHL MVP Stephen Baylis who finished with 1 goal and 1 assist. Guillaume Therrien was not overly busy in the Carleton Place net as he only had to make 16 saves on the night.
Devin Fullum had the lone goal for Nepean while goaltender Francis Marotte stopped 39 of 45 saves in the loss.
The Canadians now lead the best-of-seven series 3-0 and will look to go for the sweep on Monday night at 6:30pm in Nepean.
Jr Sens Take 3-0 Series Lead on Rangers
Ottawa took care of business yet again with a 5-2 victory over Gloucester on Sunday and took a 3-0 series lead for their efforts. Jim Pearson and Brandon Watt each had 2 goals while Joey Champigny had the other as the Jr Sens offense continued to produce. Goaltender Alexandre Savard-Belanger made 26 saves for his 3rd victory of the playoffs.
Gloucester had goals from Vincent Guimond and Max Veronneau while David Richer stopped 21 of 22 shots after replacing Doug Johnston who had a rough game surrendering 3 goals on 11 shots.
Game 4 is Friday March 20 live in Gloucester at 7:30pm.