WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Offense, parity on display as six teams pick up wins over eight-game weekend

by Matt Mackinder

Eight CPJHL games were played over the Nov. 15-17 weekend and once again, offense was on display.


Maniwaki Mustangs 11, Muskoka Anglers 3

From the Graeme Murray Arena, Yannick Brindamour went for three goals and four assists, Phillippe Beaudoin a goal plus four assists and Jeremy Pontbriand added two goals and two assists to back Cedrick Robidoux's 26 saves in goal. Three different players tallied goals for the Anglers and Sahil Sandhu and William Tisserand combined on a 48-save effort between the pipes.

Le Becard de Senneterre 4, Smiths Falls Settlers 3 (OT)

At the Centre Sportif André Dubé, Steven Gagnon scored the winner with five seconds left in the extra session. Simon Trudel and Jordan Riviere added a goal and an assist each as Gianni Schiappa-Godard finished with 31 stops in net. For the Settlers, Dylan Henri scored a pair of goals and Askar Kagirov notched a goal and an assist. Ethan Messner turned aside 48 shots in the Smiths Falls cage.

Langton Royals 7, Scarborough Wexford Raiders 6 (OT)

Olivier Beaulieu won it for the Royals with 27 seconds left in overtime, completing his hat trick at the Scarborough Gardens. He also added an assist for a four-point night. Jonathan Galke added a goal and two assists and Trevor Slaven made 69 saves in goal. Thomas Gervais popped two goals with a helper, Kevin Shirmaly added four assists and Brandon Jang three assists. Graham Payne (pictured) finished with 60 saves.


Severn Stallions 7, Maniwaki Mustangs 2

From the Coldwater Community Center, Carson Latimer scored twice, while Mac Young had a goal and two assists and Austin Gilmore posted three helpers to back Ethan James' 43 saves in goal. Jeremy Pontbriand recorded a goal and an assist for the Mustangs and Cedrick Robidoux made 49 stops in net.

Smiths Falls Settlers 10, Le Buffalo de Ferme-Neuve 5

In front of the home crowd at the Smiths Falls Memorial Community Centre, Askar Kagirov scored five times and added three assists, while Dylan Henri also had an eight-point game, scoring three with five helpers. Jonatan Horne kicked out 30 shots for the win in goal. Christopher Champagne scored three goals with an assist for Ferme-Neuve, while Steven Junior Flamand added two goals and two assists. In goal, Nicolas Robert and Zak Flamand combined to make 42 saves.


Le Becard de Senneterre 19, Le Buffalo de Ferme-Neuve 0

At the Centre Sportif Ben Leduc, Vincent Roy tallied six goals and three assists, Zachary Boiliane three goals and four assists, Jordan Riviere four goals and two assists, Maxime Lemaire a goal and five helpers and Jeremy Boivin two goals and a pair of assists in the win. Antoine Chouinard earned the shutout stopping all 11 shots he faced. Nicolas Robert and Zak Flamand combined on a 75-save effort in goal for Le Buffalo.

Langton Royals 12, Scarborough Wexford Raiders 1

From the Langton Arena, the home team was led by Hayden Linklater's 18 saves, Ismael Prudent's three-goal, one-assist game, Justyn Clark's two goals and two assists, Toby Beliveau's two goals and a helper and Juliusz Kowalski's trio of assists. Carson Favel also scored twice. Jacob Collaco finished with 39 saves in the Wexford net.

Seaforth Generals 13, Muskoka Anglers 2

Luke Steen registered three goals and two assists as the home team sent the Seaforth Community Centre crowd happy. Donald Kuptana went for a goal and three assists, Keaton Wynne and Hosea Aculiak two goals and an assist and Owen Haiek contributed two goals. Ethan Scrimgeour added four helpers. In net, Jacob Baxter finished with 26 saves. For Muskoka, Turham Ramsey and Ethan Thomas combined to stop 49 shots.