Vankleek Hill The Vankleek Hill Cougars added another win to their record this season in the National Capital Junior Hockey League. The Cougars beat the Gatineau Hull-Volant 6-4 at home over the first weekend of November. The Cougars dominated first period, with three unanswered goals. Gatineau got onto the scoreboard in second period but could not close the gap the Cougars had made. Scoring for Vankleek Hill were Ryan Allen and Nikolas Ayotte with two goals each. Single points came from Nicolas Castonguay and Jonathan Leblanc. Assisting on the goals were Castonguay, Leblanc, Shayne Allen, Tyler Dopelhamer, Justin Labrosse, Keean McEachern, and Jacob Victor. Sébastien Moreau guarded the Vankleek Hill net. Bertrand Cédrik scored two points for Gatineau with teammates Mathieu Des Ruis- seaux and Jeremy Trudeau tallying singles. Cédrik, Des Ruisseaux, and Denis Gratton assisted on goals, with Mitchell Alastair and Alex Ouimet sharing goalkeeping duty. The Cougars are in St-Isidore Remem- brance Day evening over the November 11 weekend. Clarence Creek The Clarence Creek Castors put out the

West Carleton Inferno’s flame 4-2 Saturday night on the road over the November 3 weekend. A Sunday home game with the North Dundas Rockets finished with a six-all overtime tie-up. Scoring singles for Clarence Creek Saturday night were Austin Laprade, Logan Lefebvre, Patrick Lemay, and Nathan Melée. Assists came from Lefebvre, Lemay, Tyler Baker, and Clifford Matthew. Andrew Larivière guarded the net. Inferno goals came from Colin Gourgon and Benjamin Medynski. Sunday afternoon’s home game saw the Castors and the Rockets hammer at each through each regular period and into a score- less over-time session. Both teams had to settle for a 6-6 tie. Melée scored two points for Clarence Creek with single goals coming from Clif- ford, Laprade, Lemay, and Samuel Gaudet. Assisting were Clifford, Lefebvre, Lemay, Melée, and Sam Paquette. Corey Camierand guarded the net. Rockets Captain Bradley Stitt punched in a pair of goals. Single points came from As- sistant Captains Brodie Barkley and Connor Roth, and from Philippe Brunet and Justin Lefebvre. Clarence Creek hosts Gatineau Remembrance Day afternoon.


Les Aigles de St-Isidore clipped the Gatineau Hull-Volant 3-1 during their November 2 road game in Gatineau. Sunday at home they pounded the Bytown Royals 12-5. Jacob Brunette punched in a pair of goals for St-Isidore against the Volant with Nickolas Roy tallying a single. Goal assists came from Zackary Bougie, Kalvin Cormier, Tyler Druce, Kevin Howson, and Frédérik Laflèche. Lucas De Vries guarded the St-Isidore net. Simon Hupé scored the lone Gatineau goal with help from Bertrand Cédrik. Sunday against the Royals saw Kevin Howson with a four-goal hat trick for St- Isidore, while Richard Cayer and Tyler Druce each tallied a pair of goals. Scoring singles to round out the score were Bougie, Brunette, Laflèche, and Jeremy Arbour. Goal assists came from Bougie, Brunette, Cormier, Druce, Howson, Laflèche, Alexis Leclerc, and Patrick Ranger. De Vries guarded the net. William Lachapelle scored two goals for the Royals with singles from Noah Danis, Luigi Peloso, and Joshua Renaud. Assisting were Jonathan Cauchon, Nicki Dempster, Alexandre Dionne, Nathan Gonyou, and Nicolas Loyer. Tye Agardy and Danik Gervais shared goalkeeping duty. St-Isidore hosts Vankleek Hill Remem- brance Day evening over the November 11 weekend.

ALEXIA MARSILLO PANTHERS LOSE THEIR LAST TWO GAMES against the Athens Aeros, but still came up short in an overtime loss. Andrew McTam- ney opened the scoring in the first period with his goal for the Aeros. No goals were scored during the second period.

St-Isidore beat Gatineau and Bytown over the November 4 weekend. St-Isidore hosts Vankleek Hill on November 11. —archives

CAROLINE PRÉVOST DEUX VICTOIRES POUR LES VIKINGS Deux jours plus tard, les Vikings se sont rendus à Char-Lan pour signer une victoire de 4-3 contre les Rebels.

The Embrun Panthers lost their last two games. This leaves them in sixth place in their division with 10 points. The Panthers took on the Renfrew

Athens then widened their lead 2-0 with a goal by Jacob Servage at 7:15 of the third period. Marc Brosseau gave the

Timberwolves on Friday, No- vember 2, and struck out 5-2. The first period came and went without any goals being scored. Jared

Panthers a f i g h t i n g chance with his goal at the 12-minute mark and Ma- thieu O’Toole managed to tie the game

Les Vikings de Casselman ont pour- suivi leur élan la semaine dernière et ont signé leurs huitième et neuvième victoires de suite contre les Royals de Richmond et les Rebels de Char-Lan. Vikings 4 contre Royals 3 Le Vikings ont entamé le mois de no- vembre avec une victoire de 4-3 contre le Royals de Richmond le 1 er novembre dernier au Complexe J.R. Brisson. L e s

Mathieu Talbot, aidé de Joshua Péladeau, Samuel Labre et Brady Cloutier, a su trouver le fond du filet à deux reprises en première période, marquant ainsi les deux premiers buts des Vikings. Joel Hunt, assisté de Louis Chabot et Shawn Patterson, a à son tour compté à 10 minutes 27 secondes en seconde période. Le quatrième but de Casselman a été mar- qué par Mathieu Talbot, deux minutes plus

Les Panthères ont perdu leurs deux derniers matchs. Ils joueront de nouveau le 7 novembre contre Brockville et le 9 novembre contre Ottawa Ouest.

Brunette scored the first goal of the game in the second period for the Timbe- rwolves, but the Panthers responded with two of their own, one by Marc Brosseau and the other by Ryan Luckovitch. The Panthers entered the third period with a 2-1 lead over the Timberwolves but quickly lost their edge. Adam Desjardins, Connor Drost and Luka Marinic sealed the victory for Renfrew with a goal each, bringing the final score to 5-2. The Panthers put up more of a fight the next night, Saturday November 3,

with barely three minutes remaining. Unfortunately for the Panthers, Athens forward Max Birnie was quick to seal the win for his team with his overtime goal at 56 seconds into the period. Panthers will play again on Wednesday, November 7, against the Brockville Braves, Friday November 9 against the Ottawa West Golden Knights.

tard, avec la comp l i c i t é de Joshua P é l a d e a u et Pierce Britton. En fin de d e u x i è m e période, un premier but pour l’équipe de Char-Lan a été compté.

joueurs de Casselman Joel Hunt, aidé par Louis Chabot et Mikaël Bissonnette, ainsi que Joshua Péla- deau, aidé par Jason Cossette et

The Casselman Vikings continued their momentum last week and scored their eighth and ninth straight victory against the Richmond Royals and Char-Lan Rebels. The next game of the Casselman Vikings will be held against the Ottawa Jr Canadians on November 8 and then on to Alexandria to face the Glens.


Mathieu Talbot, ont été les auteurs des deux seuls buts comptés en première période. Les Royals ont ensuite répliqué à trois reprises en seconde période, prenant ainsi les devants du match. Louis Chabot, assisté par Joel Hunt, a réussi à créer l’égalité en début de dernière période. Deux minutes plus tard, Joel Hunt a compté le but gagnant, avec l’aide de Frédérick Gagnier. Vikings 4 contre Rebels 3

Les Rebels ont tenté de s’imposer en début de dernière période en marquant deux autres buts, mais ils n’ont pas réussi à créer l’éga- lité plus tard dans cette période, laissant ainsi la victoire aux mains des Vikings. Le prochain match des Vikings de Casselman aura lieu au Complexe J.R. Brisson contre les Jr Canadians d’Ottawa le 8 novembre. Le lendemain, l’équipe de Casselman voyagera jusqu’à Alexandria pour y affronter les Glens.

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