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Casselman Vikings take fourth straight CCHL2 title

sean Apr 13, 2017 - 3:30pm

The Casselman Vikings are Barkley Cup Champions, having defeated the Richmond Royals 5-1 Wednesday night to sweep the series and win their fourth straight CCHL2 title.

Rookie goaltender Seth Carter was on top of his game once again, making 27 saves to win his 10th straight game and finish the playoffs with eye-popping numbers: a 12-2 record, with a 2.05 goals against average and a 0.939 save percentage.

The Vikings continued to do what they did all season long, and that was score by committee, as five players tallied markers in this one. Jeremie Lefebvre (1G, 2A), Brendan Doherty (1G,1A), Joel Hunt (1G, 1A), Isaac Barr (1G), and Tyler Somers (1G) all lit the lamp. 

Patrick Kealey made 26 saves in the Richmond net, while Matt Veaudry had the lone goal.

It is a rarity at any level, but especially in junior hockey, that a team can have as much success as the Vikings have had in their franchise history. Each season the club puts the work in to build a contender.

As the CCHL2 news release puts it, "The Vikings continue to be a model franchise, a fun place for players to play, and a great organization for young players to develop before moving up the ladder."

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The Casselman Vikings celebrate their 2017 CCHL2 championship. (Photo courtesy Mark Kelly)

Junior B Glens drop road contest, have 2 games remaining at home

sean Feb 24, 2017 - 3:51pm

The Alexandria Glens CCHL2 hockey team lost 6-2 on the road last night to the Ottawa West Golden Knights and will wrap up their 2016-17 season with a pair of home games this weekend.

Tonight, the boys will host the Westport Rideaus, and on Sunday night, it will be the final edition this year of the Battle of Glengarry, as the Char-Lan Rebels will skate into the Glengarry Sports Palace. Both are 8pm starts.

CCHL2 round-up from last week

sean Feb 21, 2017 - 12:11pm

Here are the results from last week's CCHL2 hockey action for our county teams:

  • Feb 18: Ottawa Canadians 5 vs Char-Lan Rebels 3 (Sam Ferland, Tyren Boots, Joseph Samson). Grant Craig faced 31 shots in the Char-Lan net.
  • Feb. 17: Casselman Vikings 5 vs Alexandria Glens 2 (Reggy St-Surin, Brandon McCulloch). Goaltender Nicolas Rousseau made 46 saves in the loss.
  • Feb. 15: Alexandria Glens 6 (McCulloch 2, Austin Ladouceur 2, Christian Bueti 2) vs Clarence Beavers 2. Rousseau stopped 47 shots.
  • Feb. 15: Char-Lan Rebels 5 (Hunter Duschesne 2, Ryan Vipond, Samson, Boots) vs Brockville Tikis 1. Craig made 51 saves in the win.
  • Feb. 14: Char-Lan 11 (Samson 3, Ferland 2, Derek Lister 2, Duchesne, Matthew Harrington, Alexandre Seguin, Taran Fiacco) vs Metcalfe Jets 6. Craig and Kyle Martelle combined to face 32 shots on goal.

For more junior 'B' hockey news, including details on the final week of the season, please see this week's edition of The Glengarry News.

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Alexandre Seguin of the Rebels controls the puck, cycling around an Ottawa Canadians player. (Sean Bray photo)
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Junior B Glens drop home-ice game, get 6-day break

sean Feb 18, 2017 - 4:52pm

Alexandria's junior B Glens are off until next Thursday, when the boys will play the first of three games over a four-night span to wrap up the 2016-17 season.

Last night on home ice, the Glens fell 5-2 to the Casselman Vikings.

we will have all your Glens and CCHL2 news in the next edition of The Glengarry News.

Rebels hoping to host CCHL2 hockey tonight

sean Feb 14, 2017 - 1:32pm

The Char-Lan Rebels are hoping to finally get their game versus the Metcalfe Jets in tonight, Feb. 14, as the contest has twice previously been postponed due to bad weather and road conditions.

As luck would have it, snow is again forecast for tonight. Should there be another postponement, The News will advise our readers as soon as information is available.

The match is slated for an 8:15pm start at the Char-Lan Rec. Centre in Williamstown.

Glens prevail over rival Rebels to run winning streak to two games

sean Feb 2, 2017 - 4:10pm

In a rare Wednesday night junior 'B' hockey game at the Glengarry Sports Palace, the Alexandria Glens scored a 4-2 win over the Char-Lan Rebels, despite a stellar goaltending performance.

Grant Craig stopped 53 shots, but it wasn't enough, as his Char-Lan teammates managed to get just 20 on Alexandria goaltender Drew Karle.

The victory was the second straight for the Glens, after the boys had struggled to find the win column in 2017. Char-Lan had won the previous meeting with their northern rival, 4-0.

Alexandria will be back on home ice Friday night, while the Rebels will skate at home on Saturday night. Be sure to check this week's edition of The Glengarry News for all the details.

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