Lions and Cougars tear into each other
The Lions and the Cougars tore into each other in the Vankleek Hill Arena over the weekend before Halloween. The end result proved a treat for the visiting Morrisburg team.
The Morrisburg Lions beat the Vankleek Hill Cougars 6-2 in their Oct. 28 evening game on the National Capital Junior Hockey League schedule. The game saw the Lions scoring points in every period while the
Les Lions de Morrisburg (maillot noir) ont eu l’avantage sur les Cougars de Vankleek Hill, en ce qui a trait au pointage, lors du match du 28 octobre à l’aréna de Vankleek Hill. Les Lions ont battu les Cougars 6-2. Cougars did not get on the board until the final round of the match.
Scoring for the Cougars in third period were Nikolas Ayotte and Riley Sauvé. Goal assists in the game came from Tyler Dopelhamer, Kevin Doyle, Charles Doyon, and Brenden Rowe. Sébastien Moreau and Dominik Turcotte shared goalie duties.
Scoring for Morrisburg were Brian Landry, Zacharie Leblanc and Alec St-Gelais with singles and Anthony Pace for a hat trick. Goal assists came from Landry, Leblanc, St-Gelais, Evan Mantha, Thomas Ouderkirk, and Jordan Smail. Justin Lalonde guarded the Morrisburg net.
The Cougars are in Metcalfe Nov. 3 against the Jets, then Chesterville the following day against the North Dundas Rockets, and home on Remembrance Day evening to host the Blackburn Inferno.