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Castors bite into new season

The Clarence Creek Castors are three and one for their win-loss record at the start of their new season in the National Capital Junior Hockey League. — file photo
The Clarence Creek Castors are three and one for their win-loss record at the start of their new season in the National Capital Junior Hockey League.
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The Clarence Creek Castors are chewing their way through the opening games of their new season in the NCJHL.

Clarence Creek is three games for the win and one loss so far after their first four scheduled matches. The Castors trimmed the Morrisburg Lions 7-6 in the Lions own den September 24 with Jacob Servant scoring a hat trick in the game along with assisting on one other goal. Nicholas Gaumond fired in two points and assisted on four other goals. Alexandre Charlebois scored a single also for Clarence Creek. Also helping out on goals were Jacob Clement, Nikolas Guindon, and Christophe Quann.

The Gatineau Hull-Volant handed the Castors their only defeat so far in a 5-4 home game in Clarence Creek September 25. Goal-scoring for the Castors was shared between Servant, Zackary Gagné, Justin Nolan, and Jaddus Savoie. Assisting on the goals were Gaumond, Tristan Bolduc, Xavier Brunet, Jacob Clement, and Jacob Dorion.

The Castors put out the Almonte Inferno’s fire 9-4 in a Sunday home game October 2. Servant and Alexandre Charlebois scored two goals each, including one power-play goal for each of them Gaumond and Brunet also fired a pair of goals each for the Castors with Guindon finishing off the scoreboard total. Goal assists came from Charlebois, Gaumond, Guindon, Quann, Servant, Jacob Hill and Cooper Hudson.

The Castors grounded the Metcalfe Jets 6-1 Thanksgiving Sunday at the Clarence Creek Arena. Guindon and Servant each scored two points, including one power-play goal for each of them. Brunet fired in a point on a power play, and Dorion also scored a goal for the Castors. Goal assists came from Charlebois, Guindon, Quann, and Savoie.

The Castors are in Gatineau and Chesterville October 14 and 15. They host the Inferno again this Sunday.