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Cougars split weekend games with Gatineau

The last weekend of the October schedule in the National Capital Junior Hockey League saw the Vankleek Hill Cougars and Gatineau Hull-Volant split the results of the two games they played against each other. Gatineau won last Friday night on the club’s home ice while Saturday night belonged to the Cougars at the Vankleek Hill Arena — archives
The last weekend of the October schedule in the National Capital Junior Hockey League saw the Vankleek Hill Cougars and Gatineau Hull-Volant split the results of the two games they played against each other. Gatineau won last Friday night on the club’s home ice while Saturday night belonged to the Cougars at the Vankleek Hill Arena
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The final weekend of October proved a “win one/lose one” situation for the Vankleek Hill Cougars.

The Cougars finished the October schedule of games in the National Capital Junior Hockey League with back-to-back matches against the Gatineau Hull-Volant. Gatineau won last Friday’s game 4-3 on the club’s home ice while the Cougars took the win 5-2, Saturday night, in the rematch at the Vankleek Hill Arena.

Jonathan Lacroix punched in two goals Friday for Vankleek Hill with Nikolas Ayotte adding a single point to the Cougars’ score. Nicolas Castonguay assisted on the goal-scoring while Daniel Cristea and Frederick Durocher-Bourdon shared goalkeeping duty.

Single points for Gatineau came from Lou-Félix Dallaire, Dave Fréchette, Simon Juneau-Richer, and Jacob Leguerier. Assisting on the goals were Juneau-Richer, Jérémie Cardinal, Brad Faubert, and Jeremy Trudeau, with Marc-Olivier Bastien guarding the net.

Popping in singles all night Saturday for Vankleek Hill were Vincent Huneault, Simon Hupé, Jonathan Lacroix, Trystan Lavoie, and Keean MacEachern. Goal assists came from MacEachern, Nikolas Ayotte, Nicolas Castonguay, Samuel Lemay, and Charles-Olivier Portelance, with Durocher-Bourdon guarding the net.

Gatineau’s goals came from Jérémie Cardinal and Jeremy Trudeau. Assisting on the goals were Cédric Bertrand, Dave Fréchette, and Danny Plourde-Grenon, with Jérémy Martin in the net.

The Cougars begin the November schedule with a Friday road trip against the Bytown Royals, then home Saturday evening to host Saint-Isidore.

Saint-Isidore

The last weekend of October was a good one for Saint-Isidore in the National Capital Junior Hockey League, with wins against the Bytown Royals and the Morrisburg Lions.

Saint-Isidore beat Bytown 9-4 last Friday night, with a pair of goals from Jakob Brunette and singles by Philippe Brunet, Nicholas Chatelain, Kevin Howson, Frédérik Laflèche, Alexis Leclerc, Sebastien Roy, and Ryan Wells. Assisting on the goals were Brunet, Brunette, Chatelain, Howson, Wells, Jeremy Arbour, Mathieu Grandmont, Bruno Leclerc, and Patrick Ranger. Joshua Ivanski guarded the net.

Luigi Peloso scored two goals for the Royals with teammates Mathieu Laurin and Lucas Prud’homme adding singles. Goal assists came from Prud’homme, Mathieu Cloutier, Samuel Constantineau, and Mathieu O’Toole. Danik Gervais and Charles Paré shared goalkeeping duty.

Sunday, at home, Saint-Isidore beat the Morrisburg Lions 9-2. No game details were available at press time.

The November schedule has Saint-Isidore against the Vankleek Hill Cougars Saturday night, in Vankleek Hill, then home Sunday night to host the Clarence Creek Castors.

Clarence Creek

The last weekend of October was not good for the Clarence Creek Castors when they hosted the North Dundas Rockets Sunday afternoon.

The Rockets beat the Castors 5-3 with single goals from Cole Hodges, Joel Hunt, Justin Lefebvre, Brad Nash, and Carroll Nicholas. Assisting on the North Dundas goals were Hunt, Lefebvre, Nash, Nicholas, and Matt Pietrkiewicz. Sebastien Moreau guarded the Rockets’ net.

Scoring for Clarence Creek were Kyle Goodman, Brandon Legare, and Nathan Melée, with goals assists by Jeremy Aubin, Nicholas Gaumond, Austin Laprade, Jacob Servant, and Caleb Smith. Andrew Larivière was in the goal.

The Castors are in Metcalfe against the Jets Friday night and then in Saint-Isidore on Sunday night.