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