CJHL Top 20: No. 3 Cornwall Colts!
February 14, 2011

Head Coach/GM – Ian MacInnis

Record – 44W 10L 1OTL (89 points)
Home Record – 21W 4L 1OTL
Road Record – 23W 6L
Goals For – 229 (2nd in CCHL)
Goals Against – 119 (1st in CCHL)
Leading Scorer – Jacob Laliberte (56G 66A 122P – 1st in CCHL)
Power Play – 63 for 219 (28.8% - 1st in CCHL)
Penalty Killing – 241 of 288 (83.7% - 2nd in CCHL)
Longest Winning Streak – 15 (November 11-December 19)

Why They’re No. 3

The Colts have sat atop the Central Canada Hockey League for much of the season, and currently hold a five-point advantage over the Pembroke Lumber Kings, who are No. 10 in this week’s national rankings in their quest for an unprecedented five straight league championships. The Colts, who hosted the 2008 RBC Cup, ice the CCHL’s second-highest scoring offence, paced by Jacob Laliberte, who is running away with the league scoring title – he’s got 56 goals and 122 points in just 55 games, and sits 19 points ahead of Pembroke’s Tyler Tosunian. In goal, Pete Karvouniaris backstops the league’s top defence; the netminder has already set the CCHL record for wins in a season (he’s got 37), and leads the way in goals against average (2.10) and save percentage (.936).

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