Nats skunked on points SPORTS

The Rockland Nationals continue to languish in the basement in the National Capital Junior Hockey League after missing out on a chance to add four game points to their season total. Saturday the Nats gave up a 5-2 win to the Cumberland Bandits, after the visiting team led on the scoreboard 3-0 after two periods of play. Third period saw both sides trade goals with Nats Patrick MacIntyre and Tyler Ward firing in the puck for Rockland. Bandits Matt Hemline nailed two goals for Cumberland with his teammates Alex Leclerc, Rémi Leclerc and Nigel Roy accounting for the rest of the team’s score that night. Sunday agains the Papineauville Vikings, the Nats again found themselves limited to two goals in the game, which finished 7-2 for the Vikings, including four points on the scoreboard in second period for the Papineauville club. Rockland has just the one game on

schedule this week in Gatineau against the Olympians. The Bandits, after knocking down the Nats, found themselves held to ransom 8-1 in their Sunday game against the Eagles of St-Isidore. Cumberland will try to recoup its lost points with a home game this coming Saturday against the Embrun Panthers. In other NCJHL games, the Eagles dug their talons deep into the Predators of La Pêche with a 12-5 scoring last Friday. The Vankleek Hill Cougars grounded the North Dundas Rockets 11-7 over the Nov. 8 weekend.



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