Road to the RBC Cup: Central Canada Hockey League
March 10, 2014
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
1) Carleton Place Canadians vs. 8) Kemptville 73’s
2) Smiths Falls Bears vs. 7) Nepean Raiders
3) Ottawa Jr. Senators vs. 6) Cornwall Colts
4) Pembroke Lumber Kings vs. 5) Brockville Braves

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
Robinson Division
Carleton Place – 110 points (54-6-2)
Smiths Falls – 86 points (41-17-4)
Brockville – 73 points (35-24-3)
Cornwall – 70 points (30-22-10)
Kemptville – 58 points (26-30-6)
Hawkesbury – 41 points (18-39-5)

Yzerman Division
Ottawa – 81 points (39-20-3)
Pembroke – 80 points (37-19-6)
Nepean – 65 points (27-24-11)
Gloucester – 53 points (23-32-7)
Cumberland – 52 points (21-31-10)
Kanata – 49 points (21-34-7)

LEADING SCORERS
Andy Sturtz (Carleton Place) – 51G 53A 104P
Evan Peterson (Carleton Place) – 34G 62A 96P
Greg Jansz (Gloucester) – 29G 61A 90P
Ryan Collins (Ottawa) – 33G 49A 82P
Max Veronneau (Gloucester) – 41G 39A 80P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Cory Simic (Smiths Falls) – 20-7-2 2.41GAA .913SV% 3SO
Guillaume Therien (Carleton Place) – 27-9-3 2.51GAA .918SV% 1SO
Jordan Piccolino (Cornwall) – 14-8-4 2.55GAA .918SV% 2SO
Alexandre Savard-Belanger (Ottawa) – 32-15-1 2.57GAA .903SV% 4SO
Justin Laforest (Carleton Place) – 21-2-0 2.75GAA .896SV% 0SO

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 – CARLETON PLACE CANADIANS
Absolute dominance. There’s no better way to describe the Canadians during the 2013-14 season; they turned the CCHL into their personal playground, leading the league in goals for, goals against, power play, home record and road record. Carleton Place put together two winning streaks of at least 15 games, including an 18-game run from Jan. 10 to Feb. 27, and enters the postseason having not lost a road game since Nov. 1, a span of 16 games. The Canadians weren’t too bad at home either, losing just once in regulation in 31 games as the host. Carleton Place’s offence scored 34 goals more than any other team, led by the dynamic duo of Andy Sturtz and Evan Peterson, who finished one-two in the CCHL scoring race. The Canadians had five players average at least a point a game, and nine reached double-digits in goals. The defence was just as good, allowing a league-low 149 goals, 25 less than Smiths Falls. Guillaume Therien saw most of the action in the Carleton Place net, finishing third in wins, and second in goals-against average and save percentage.

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Lisa Dornan
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
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ldornan@hockeycanada.ca

Francis Dupont
Manager, Media Relations/Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4564
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Morgan Bell
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427
mbell@hockeycanada.ca
Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
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