Road to the 2017 RBC Cup
Central Canada Hockey League
Jason La Rose
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March 16, 2017
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UP
1) Carleton Place Canadians vs. 8) Nepean Raiders
2) Cornwall Colts vs. 7) Smiths Falls Bears
3) Ottawa Jr. Senators vs. 6) Brockville Braves
4) Hawkesbury Hawks vs. 5) Kemptville 73’s

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
Carleton Place – 100 points (50-12-0)
Cornwall – 89 points (41-14-7)
Ottawa – 85 points (41-18-3)
Hawkesbury – 74 points (36-24-2)
Kemptville – 70 points (33-25-4)
Brockville – 69 points (33-26-3)
Smiths Falls – 55 points (24-31-7)
Nepean – 53 points (24-33-5)
Cumberland – 52 points (24-34-4)
Gloucester – 50 points (22-34-6)
Kanata – 50 points (22-34-6)
Pembroke – 46 points (22-38-2)

LEADING SCORERS
Grant Hebert (Cumberland) – 27G 64A 91P
Charles Levesque (Hawkesbury) – 29G 45A 74P
Xavier Couture (Cumberland) – 36G 37A 73P
Nick Lalonde (Cornwall) – 32G 41A 73P
Brett Everson (Hawkesbury) – 17G 53A 70P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Connor Hughes (Carleton Place) – 36-10-0, 1.99 GAA, .922 SV%, 8 SO
Ian Andriano (Ottawa) – 32-12-2, 2.35 GAA, .913 SV%, 2 SO
Liam Lascelle (Cornwall) – 30-10-5, 2.41 GAA, .924 SV%, 3 SO
Nicholas Hodgins (Kemptville) – 24-16-2, 2.52 GAA, .923 SV%, 5 SO
Matthew Chan (Hawkesbury) – 17-10-2, 2.53 GAA, .920 SV%, 2 SO

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2016 (Carleton Place Canadians – fifth place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
19 (2016, 2015, 2014, 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
Ho hum. Another year, another regular-season championship for the Carleton Place Canadians. The Canadians – three-time defending CCHL and East Region titlists – made it four-consecutive seasons atop the regular-season standings, posting their second 50-win season over that stretch to finish 11 points up on Cornwall. They closed their schedule in style, winning their last 17 games. Carleton Place was equally as good at home and on the road – it had identical 25-6-0 records as host and visitor – and at both ends of the rink; the Canadians outscored their opponents 252-135, scoring 20 goals more than any other team, and allowing 24 fewer. Six Canadians broke the 40-point barrier, led by Connor Merkley (29-37—66), who finished ninth in CCHL scoring. Connor Hughes was the workhorse between the pipes, leading all goaltenders in minutes played (2803:49), wins (36), goals-against average (1.99) and shutouts (eight).

For more information:

Lisa Dornan
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557 / 403-510-7046 (mobile)
ldornan@hockeycanada.ca

 

Morgan Bell
Manager, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427 / 403-669-1261 (mobile)
mbell@hockeycanada.ca

 

Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6484
emadziya@hockeycanada.ca

 

Videos
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2017 4NC: CAN 1 – USA 5 (Gold medal game)
Meghan Agosta cut the lead in half, but USA overcame Canada 5-1.
2017 U17: CZE 2 – CAN-W 1 (Bronze)
Toman and Teply scored the goals to give the Czechs the bronze medal.
2017 U17: USA 6 – CAN-R 4 (Gold Medal)
Hughes had four points to lead the U.S. to its fifth U17 gold medal.
2017 U17: RUS 5 – FIN 4 (5th Place)
Ilya Safonov and Egor Afansyev had a goal and an assist each, and the Russians earned fifth place.
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