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scored the last goal of the day five minutes before the end of the game with help from Tyler Thompson. The Beavers are in Gatineau Friday night for another session against the Mus- tangs. They return home Sunday afternoon for a rematch with the Jets.
hand goal forty seconds afterwards. Damian Armstrong gave Ottawa its se- cond point near the period half mark on passes from Connor Scanlan and Josh Col- ley. Aminute later the Beavers scored again on a shot from Oake with help from Boivin and Patry. Golden Knights Josh Colley
Sébastian Dion and Jason Talbot. Talbot then followed up two minutes later with Clarence Creek’s second goal with help from Jonathan Oake and Philippe Patry. The Beavers continued to score unopposed in second period with Brett Shutron firing in the puck four minutes into the play, assisted by Oake andNick Draper. Patry followed up in the last half of the period with a power-play effort on a pass combination from Shutron and Patrick Boivin. Pascal Brisson finished up the scoring with a short-handed goal in the last five minutes with help from Talbot and Boivin. Ross Fleming put the Golden Knights on the scoreboard with a third-period power play four minutes after the puck drop with helpfromMitchellFournierandNeilClarke. Brenna Tousignant answered back two minutes later for Clarence Creek with assis- tance from Pier-Olivier Fournier and Brisson. Nick Draper scored a solo short- Goal assists came from Foster, Leduc, Maxime Béland, Jeff Gottzman, Carl Hupé, Steve Masterson, and Chris Rodgers. Scoring for Cumberland were Jeremy Auger with two goals and Kevin Joyce and Ryan Renaud with singles. Assists came from Auger, Renaud, Kentt Coburn, and Alex Maisonneuve. Rockland sits in the number three spot in the National Capital Junior Hockey League with14winsandeightlossesafter22games. With one game more to their credit the Bandits are holding onto second with 16 wins, six regular game losses and one over- time loss. The Embrun Panthers have a tight grip on first with a one-game lead over Cumberland and an 18-5-1 game record. The Nats are on the road for their next two games in the schedule.
The Clarence Creek Beavers took a big bite out of the Ottawa West Golden Knights defence in the latest face-off between the two junior B teams. The Beavers unhorsed the Golden Knights 8-3 Sunday afternoon at the Cla- rence Creek Arena to bring their mid-January scoring record to two wins and two losses in the last half of the 2011- 2012 season in the Eastern Ontario Junior B Hockey League. Clarence Creek started off the new year by toppling Ottawa West 6-4 in their January 5 session then lost 6-4 at home Jan. 8 to the Gatineau Mustangs and endured a 4-3 overtime surprise defeat in Metcalfe to the Jets on unlucky Friday the 13 th . The Jan. 15 rematch with Ottawa West saw Beavers Ryan Kraft blast open up the scoring with a power-play bang during the last half of first periodwith assists from They had the lead in the league at the start of the season but now the Cumberland Bandits are finding it harder to keep other teams from stealing the score on them. The Rockland Nationals took the Ban- dits for a 7-4 ride Sunday afternoon at the Canadian International Hockey Academy Arena. The win made up for the 1-0 defeat that the Vankleek Hill Cougars scratched out on the Nats record the day before over the Jan. 14 weekend. Éric Leduc fired in a pair of goals for Rockland against Cumberland with teammates Philippe Béland, Josh DeRouchie, Charlie Foster, Mathieu Groulx, and Tyler O’Brien scoring singles. firstname.lastname@example.org Rockland
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