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Hockey prospects invited to attend Colts camp in May

sean Apr 11, 2017 - 3:40pm

The Cornwall Colts have announced their 2017 Spring Junior A Import and Prospects Camp, to be held Saturday, May 13 and Sunday, May 14, at the Ed Lumley Arena in Cornwall Civic Complex.

The cost is $250 (plus HST) per player.

Players can register by visiting www.cornwallcolts.com under “camps”.  

with files from David Murphy

CCHL Cornwall Colts add to their stable with bantam protects

sean Apr 11, 2017 - 2:06pm

The CCHL bantam protect draft was held Monday night, where the Cornwall junior 'A' Colts bolstered their stable for the future.

The Colts used their first-round selection on Cornwall-born centre Josh Barnes, who had 15 goals in 13 games last season with the Eastern Ontario Wild. The next selection was the first-ever second-generation Colts draft pick, Eastern Ontario Wild player Rylan Iwachniuk (from Long Sault). Iwachniuk’s father is former Colts standout defenceman Steve (1994-1998). 

4th Round – Brendan Watson – D – 6’2 – 175 – L – Bainsville – Eastern Ontario Wild
5th Round – John Richer – D – 6’3 – 165 – L – Apple Hill – Eastern Ontario Wild
6th Round – Jack Ingram – D – L – Seaway Valley AA
7th Round – Shane Gaudreau – D – R – Seaway Valley AA
8th Round – Andrew Dixon – C – Seaway Valley AA
9th Round – Ben Pineault – LW – Seaway Valley AA
10th Round – Nathaniel Faubert – RW – Seaway Valley AA
11th Round – Alexander Oakes – D – Seaway Valley AA

with files from David Murphy

The Glengarry News will have a full round-up of county boys selected in the bantam draft, in an upcoming edition of the newspaper.

Cornwall junior A Colts on the brink of elimination

sean Apr 5, 2017 - 7:23pm

Updating the story we have for you in this week's edition of The Glengarry News, the Cornwall Colts of the CCHL find themselves on the brink of elimination heading into tonight's semifinal road contest.

Last evening in Cornwall, the Colts fell to the Ottawa Jr Senators 4-1, with David Poirier scoring the lone Colts goal.

Jaren Burke’s two markers paced Ottawa to the victory and a three-games-to-none lead in the series. Luke McCaw and Griffin MacGregor also scored for Ottawa which outshot the Colts 31-24. Merrick Rippon had 3 assists for the Jr. Sens.

Three Stars were First Star Jaren Burke (OTT), Second Star Merrick Rippon (OTT), and Third Star Dean Derouchie (COR).

The Colts travel to Ottawa tonight, looking to stave off elimination in game 4. Game time is 7:30pm at the Jim Durrell Rec Centre.

Should Cornwall prevail, game 5 will be back at the Civic Complex on Friday evening. 

with files from David Murphy

Junior A Colts trail CCHL semifinals 2-0, next game Tuesday

sean Apr 2, 2017 - 3:09pm

Nicolas Swanson’s goal with less than a minute to play in the third period pushed Ottawa to a 2-1 win over the Colts in game 2 of their CCHL semifinal series. The Jr. Sens lead the best of seven series 2-0.

Jaren Burke also scored for Ottawa. Tanner Spink tallied the lone Cornwall goal.

The Colts outshot the Jr. Sens 31-27, with Liam Lascelle suffering the loss in goal. Ian Andriano earned the goaltending victory for Ottawa.

Game 3 is scheduled for Tuesday in Cornwall. Game time is 7:30pm at the Ed Lumley Arena (Cornwall Civic Complex).

In addition to Spink, county boys on the team are Jeremy McFarlane, Keegan Mulhearn, Ethan Mulhearn, Sebastian Dirven, and Roddie Sandilands.

with files from David Murphy

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Jr. A Colts drop semifinal opener on home ice

sean Mar 31, 2017 - 12:10pm

The Ottawa Jr Senators upset the Colts 5-1 in the opener of their CCHL semifinal series on Thursday night.

The Jr. Sens outshot the Colts 36-17 with Liam Lascelle getting tagged with the loss for the hometown Colts. Keegan Mulhearn broke Ian Andriano’s shutout bid with 9 minutes left in the third period for Cornwall's lone goal.

Hubert Delisle and Nicolas Samson each had a goal and two assists to lead Ottawa’s offence. Jaren Burke, Elie Boulerice, and Adrien Bisson also scored for the Sens.

Three Stars were First Star Hubert Delisle (OTT), Second Star Elie Boulerice (OTT), and Third Star Keegan Mulhearn (COR).

Game 2 in the best-of-seven series is scheduled for the Jim Durrell Rec. Centre in Ottawa, on Saturday night. Game time is 7:30pm.

The teams will then return to Cornwall for game 3 on Tuesday, April. Game time is 7:30pm at the Ed Lumley Arena, at Cornwall Civic Complex.

with files from David Murphy

Junior A Colts drop puck on CCHL semis

sean Mar 28, 2017 - 12:51pm

The Cornwall Colts will drop the puck on their CCHL semifinal series against the Ottawa Jr. Senators on Thursday at the Ed Lumley Arena (Cornwall Civic Complex). The Colts continue to have home-ice advantage, after finishing second overall,  four points ahead of the Jr. Senators.

The Colts beat Smiths Falls four games to one in their first-round match-up, while the Jr. Sens downed Brockville in five.

Here's Cornwall's semifinal schedule. Note, game five will be played at the multi-sport complex, rather than the Civic Complex.

Game 1 – Thur, Mar 30 at Ed Lumley Arena – 7:30pm
Game 2 – Sat, Apr 1 at Jim Durrell Rec Centre – 7:30pm
Game 3 – Tue, Apr 4 at Ed Lumley Arena – 7:30pm
Game 4 – Wed, Apr 5 at Jim Durrell Rec Centre – 7:30pm
Game 5 – Fri, Apr 7 at Pad 1 of the Cornwall multisport complex – 7:30pm (if necessary)
Game 6 – Sat, Apr 8 at Jim Durrell Rec Centre – 7:30pm  (if necessary)
Game 7 – Tue, Apr 11 at Ed Lumley Arena – 7:30pm (if necessary)

The other CCHL semifinal series has Carleton Place (1) facing off with Kemptville (5).

with files from David Murphy

CCHL Colts advance to second playoff round

sean Mar 24, 2017 - 4:25pm

The Cornwall junior 'A' Colts advance to the CCHL semifinals, after a 5-3 win over Smiths Falls Thursday night at the Ed Lumley Arena that saw the boys take the first-round series four games to one.

Brennan Markell scored twice to pace the Colts' offence. Dean Derouchie and Konnor MacCormick each had a goal and an assist. Grant Cooper scored into an empty net to seal the victory. Tristan Conrad and Sebastian Dirven each chipped in with two assists. 

Hunter Garlasco, Hayden Hart, and Kyle Dowdall scored for the Bears.

The Colts outshot the Bears 36-31, with Liam Lascelle backstopping the victory.

Three Stars of the Game were First Star Brennan Markell (COR), Second Star Dean Derouchie (COR), and Third Star Hunter Garlasco (SF).

The Colts must now wait to find out who they’ll play in the CCHL semifinal series.

Ottawa defeated Brockville 2-1 Thursday to win their series 4-1. Carleton Place leads Nepean three-games-to-one, while Kemptville and Hawkesbury are tied 2-2.

Regardless of their opponent, the Colts will begin the next round at home on Thursday, March 30.  Game time is 7:30pm at the Ed Lumley Arena in Cornwall Civic Complex.

with files from David Murphy

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Colts playoff series extended by loss to Bears

sean Mar 23, 2017 - 12:57pm

The Smiths Falls Bears built a 2-0 lead and went on the beat the Colts 3-2 in Smiths Falls on Tuesday night to stave off elimination in their opening-round CCHL playoff series.

The Bears victory means game 5 will be played Thursday night in Cornwall, at the Civic Complex. Game time is 7:30pm.

Scott Gervais, Nicolas Coates, and Cole Busschaert scored for the Bears.  Nick Lalonde and Grant Cooper each had a goal and an assist for the Colts.

Cornwall outshot Smiths Falls 37-27 with Liam Lascelle getting tagged with his first loss of the post-season.

Heading into the match, the Colts were poised for the sweep, having won the first three games, with county boys playing key roles in each.

files from David Murphy

Second straight game sees county boy score game-winner for Colts

sean Mar 18, 2017 - 8:35pm

For the second time in as many games, a county boy scored the game-winning tally for the Cornwall Colts, who now find themselves leading their opening-round CCHL playoff series two games to none over the Smiths Falls Bears.

On the road Friday night, double overtime was needed to decide matters, with Ethan Mulhearn scoring 7:59 in to end the marathon and hand the Colts a 4-3 victory.

The win came 24 hours after Sebastian Dirven scored in OT on home ice in Cornwall, for the game-one victory. (See this post for more.)

The road match also saw Konnor MacCormick and Brennan Markell each score their second goal in as many games for the Colts, while Nick Lalonde notched his first of the post-season.

William Searle scored twice to pace the Bears.  Ryan Gibson also found the net.

The Bears outshot the Colts 44-40.  Liam Lascelle made 41 saves to earn the victory in goal.

The two teams return to Cornwall for game 3 in the best-of-seven series Sunday evening.  Game time is 7pm at the Ed Lumley Arena (Cornwall Civic Complex).

The fourth match is scheduled for Tuesday at 7:30pm, in Smiths Falls.

with files from David Murphy