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Road to the RBC Cup: Central Canada Hockey League
March 14, 2013
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
1) Ottawa Jr. Senators vs. 8) Hawkesbury Hawks
2) Carleton Place Canadians vs. 7) Smiths Falls Bears
3) Cornwall Colts vs. 6) Brockville Braves
4) Nepean Raiders vs. 5) Pembroke Lumber Kings

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
Robinson Division
Carleton Place – 83 points (40-19-3)
Cornwall – 81 points (36-17-9)
Brockville – 77 points (35-20-7)
Smiths Falls – 76 points (36-22-4)
Hawkesbury – 65 points (29-26-7)
Kemptville – 33 points (15-44-3)

Yzerman Division
Ottawa – 86 points (40-16-6)
Nepean – 80 points (38-20-4)
Pembroke – 80 points (38-20-4)
Kanata – 61 points (28-29-5)
Gloucester – 46 points (19-35-8)
Cumberland – 42 points (18-38-6)

LEADING SCORERS
Michael Pontarelli (Cornwall) – 52G 55A 107P
Ben Blasko (Brockville) – 33G 67A 100P
Dalen Hedges (Nepean) – 38G 52A 90P
Roman Ammirato (Hawkesbury) – 34G 49A 83P
Ryan Collins (Ottawa) – 31G 48A 79P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Jimmy Howe (Smiths Falls) – 13-7-2 1SO 2.35GAA .926SV%
Brendan O’Neill (Carleton Place) – 17-9-1 1SO 2.55GAA .899SV%
Ryan Mulder (Nepean) – 18-7-1 4SO 2.62GAA .924SV%
Charlie Millen (Ottawa) – 24-11-3 6SO 2.65GAA .905SV%
Alexandre Savard-Belanger (Ottawa) – 15-5-3 0SO 2.68GAA .910SV%

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2011 (Pembroke Lumber Kings – national champions)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
16 (2011, 2010, 2008 (host), 2007, 2005, 2004, 2000, 1998, 1997, 1995 (host), 1988 (host), 1987, 1977, 1976, 1974, 1973)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2011 (Pembroke Lumber Kings)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 (2011, Pembroke Lumber Kings; 1976, Rockland Nationals)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – OTTAWA JR. SENATORS
It has been 20 years since the Jr. Senators won the CCHL’s regular season championship; Ottawa last finished first in 1992-93, the same year it won the second of its three league titles. Thanks to five wins in their last six games, the Jr. Senators held off Carleton Place – which finished its season on a five-game winning streak – for top spot. Ottawa was a middle-of-the-pack team offensively, finishing sixth in the 12-team CCHL with 220 goals, while the defence was No. 2, allowing 175. Goaltender Charlie Millen finished fourth in goals-against average (2.65), tied for first in shutouts (six) and tied for second in wins (24), while back-up Alexandre Savard-Belanger was right behind Millen with a 2.68 GAA. Up front, Ryan Collins was the CCHL’s fifth-leading scorer, racking up 79 points (31 goals, 48 assists), while Ben Robillard (68 points) and Eric Clitsome (61 points) were the other Jr. Senators to crack the top 20.


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