AL­LEZ LES KODIAKS!

Les Kodiaks ont dé­fait les Dy­na­mos de Cas­sel­man par le compte de 20-7 le 27 sep­tembre der­nier à Haw­kes­bu­ry.

Tribune Express - - LA UNE - GREGG CHAMBERLAIN gregg.chamberlain@eap.on.ca

The Haw­kes­bu­ry Hawks split their last two games of Sep­tem­ber with a 5-3 loss to the Ot­ta­wa Ju­nior Se­na­tors last Fri­day but fi­ni­shing the mo­ney with a 4-0 shu­tout Sun­day against the Navan Grads.

The Hawks out­shot the Se­na­tors with 41 shots on the Ot­ta­wa net com­pa­red to 33 against the Haw­kes­bu­ry goal­ten­der. The Se­na­tors do­mi­na­ted the first-per­iod sco­ring with an unas­sis­ted goal from Co­nor Smart, while Dar­cy Walsh fi­red in a point with help from Dan­ny Pi­lon and Fai­sal Al­saif.

Je­re­my Cô­té put the Hawks on the sco­re­board du­ring the first five mi­nutes of se­cond per­iod, with help from Ni­co­las Guille­mette and Alex Taillon. Walsh not­ched his se­cond goal of the night for Ot­ta­wa with as­sists from Sa­muel Hat­to and Owen Cole. Cole ad­ded his own goal to the Se­na­tors’ score, half­way through third per­iod, with help from Mal­colm Pal­mer. Pa­trick Cal­la­han shot in Haw­kes­bu­ry’s se­cond goal with as­sists from Cô­té and Ya­nic Crete. Kyle Jack­son pop­ped in Ot­ta­wa’s last goal of the night with help from De­clan Hil­ton. Fi­nal goal of the game be­lon­ged to Haw­kes­bu­ry, thanks to Je­re­my La­va­lée and Za­cha­ry Four­nier.

Guar­ding the nets all night were Fran­cis Bois­vert for Ot­ta­wa and Mat­thew Pe­ti­zian for Haw­kes­bu­ry. Bois­vert ear­ned third-star re­cog­ni­tion for his goal­ten­ding. Walsh from the Se­na­tors was na­med first star of the game with Haw­kes­bu­ry’s La­va­lée, the se­cond star.

Grads shut out

Haw­kes­bu­ry and Navan were al­most even for shots on goal with the Hawks get­ting 25 chances com­pa­red to the Grads’ 24. The fi­nal re­sult was a 4-0 shu­tout for the Hawks on Sun­day.

First and third per­iods saw no goals. All of the sco­ring for the Hawks was in se­cond per­iod with Matt Ga­suik get­ting the first point in wi­thin two mi­nutes with help from Ya­nic Crete and Alex Taillon. Pa­trick Cal­la­han not­ched two goals one af­ter the other with as­sists from Jé­ré­mie La­va­lée and Je­re­my Cô­té on the first one and Ni­co­las Guille­mette on the se­cond. Crete fi­ni­shed the Hawks’ sco­ring two mi­nutes from the end of the per­iod with as­sists from Mi­chael Mar­leau and Brett Tier­ney.

Nick Stof­check ear­ned the third-star no­mi­na­tion of the game with his goal­ten­ding for Haw­kes­bu­ry. Alex Wis­co was in the Navan net. Cal­la­han was na­med first star of the game while Navan’s Zack Hoff­man was no­mi­na­ted for se­cond star.

Next games on the sche­dule are at home for the Hawks, against Pem­broke on Oc­to­ber 5 and Corn­wall on Oc­to­ber 6. The Hawks are in Ne­pean on Oc­to­ber 10.

Haw­kes­bu­ry a per­du 5-3 le 28 sep­tembre, face à Ot­ta­wa, mal­gré le fait que les Hawks aient do­mi­né les Sé­na­teurs au fi­let. Les Hawks ont bat­tu les Grads 4-0 lors du match de di­manche entre Haw­kes­bu­ry et Navan.

—pho­to Gregg Chamberlain

Les Kodiaks de Haw­kes­bu­ry (jaune) ont dé­fait les Dy­na­mos de Cas­sel­man (bleu) 20-7, lors du match d’ou­ver­ture du match à do­mi­cile des Kodiaks, le 27 sep­tembre, pour la sai­son de la Ligue de foot­ball du CSDCEO.

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