Ju­nior ‘B’ Glens skate to week­end split

The Glengarry News - - Sports In The Glens -

BY SEAN BRAY Sports Edi­tor Alexan­dria’s CCHL2 hockey team skated to a pair of 5-2 de­ci­sions last week­end, in­clud­ing a win on home ice Satur­day.

The pre­vi­ously un­sched­uled game was a con­tin­u­a­tion, of sorts, from a week-one con­test that was stopped af­ter one pe­riod of play due to ice is­sues at the league’s sea­son-open­ing show­case event.

At the time, the Glens led the Brockville Tikis 3-0, so that score was put onto the score­board for the Nov. 11 ac­tion, though the teams opted to play three more pe­ri­ods, thus es­sen­tially play­ing a four-pe­riod game.

Adam Pa­que­tte, Nash McLean, and Mikael Gibault had the goals in the pre­vi­ous at­tempt at this game, with Kevin How­son and Jakob Brunette adding mark­ers last week­end.

On the evening pre­vi­ous, the boys were on the road in Ren­frew, where Brunette and How­son had the mark­ers in a 5-2 loss to the Tim­ber­wolves.

The same duo also had the only Alexan­dria as­sists in the game, while notch­ing helpers in the two-stage con­test com­pleted Satur­day were In­nis MacLeod, David Chaloux, Gibeault, Alexan­dre Elie, Vic­tor Bis­son, Brunette, and Sam Lacroix.

Bren­nan Nadeau was tagged with the Fri­day-night loss, fac­ing 32 shots, while Ni­co­las Rousseau was cred­ited with the win the next evening, sav­ing 23 pucks di­rected his way.

The de­feat in Ren­frew snapped a fourgame win­ning streak for the Glens

Alexan­dria sports a .550 record, with 10 wins, 8 reg­u­la­tion losses, 1 over­time loss, and 1 shootout loss, good for fifth place in the CCHL2 Martin Di­vi­sion standings.

The boys are -2 on goal dif­fer­en­tial through 20 games this sea­son.

Look­ing ahead, the Glens are sched­uled to play Thurs­day (Nov. 16) in Cas­sel­man, against the sec­ond- place Vik­ings (16-2-2-0). Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.

There’s no Fri­day home game this week­end, with the boys in­stead play­ing Satur­day night at the Palace. The Perth Blue Wings (9-11-2-0) are slated to pro­vide the op­po­si­tion. Start time will be 8 p.m.

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