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Back to Back Wins put Jr. Canadians in First Place

After Friday night’s game in Westport was cancelled due to weather, two games remained on the weekend schedule for the Carleton Place Canadians tier 2 club. The Canadians came away with all four points and now sit in top spot in the Richardson Division, two points ahead of both Athens and Westport.

The Canadians traveled to Brockville on Saturday night for their final meeting with the Tikis.

Brockville trailed just 2-1 midway through the 2nd period, but three Carleton Place goals in 2:40 gave the Canadians a 5-1 lead heading into the final period.

Carleton Place were 3 for 9 on the powerplay and went on to win by a final score of 7-2.

Newly acquired player Alex Vala scored twice in the game. Ryland Mosley and James Lister also had goals, while Reece Bolton recorded his second hat trick of the season.

Jacob Lavergne made 19 saves in goal to improve to 13-5-1 this season. The Canadians completed the season series sweep of the Tikis, winning all four games against them.

Sunday, the Canadians were in Perth for their 4th and final meeting with the Blue Wings.

Reece Bolton scored his 4th goal of the weekend in the 2nd period. His 29th of the season tied the game, 1-1, after a first period goal from Colin Baggio.

Baggio scored again for the Blue Wings 12 seconds into the 3rd, restoring their one goal lead.

From their the Canadians scored three unanswered goals. Spencer Marshall tied the game with 15:20 remaining, and Aiden Parnell scored his 3rd game winning goal of the year with 10:07 left on the clock.

Ryland Mosley sealed it for CPC with an empty net goal. Vincent Bujold-Roux got the win by making 21 saves. His record for the season is now 13-6. Carleton Place also won their season series with the Blue Wings, 3-1.

There are only 14 games left in the regular season. The Canadians return to action on Thursday with a road game in Cobden against the Whitewater Kings (19-17-0). They return home on Saturday for a meeting with the Alexandria Glens (20-13-2).