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Strong start continues with win over Cornwall

By: Daniel Vazzoler The Carleton Place Canadians continued their hot start to the season on Sunday, beating the Cornwall Colts 6-3 to move their record to 7-1-0 through their first eight games. After the compete level of the Canadians was questioned in their loss to Kemptville last Sunday, captain Geoff Kitt called Sunday’s performance a […]

Player Profile: Geoff Kitt

For home games during the 2017-18 season, the Carleton Place Canadians will be profiling one player from the team. This time, the profile is on team captain Geoff Kitt. Quick Bio Birthdate: Feb. 9, 1997 Hometown: Dryden, Ont. Height: 6’3” Weight: 179 lbs Shoots: L Position: F Now in his third season with the Canadians, […]

Character shown in Canadians win over Pembroke

By: Daniel Vazzoler The Carleton Place Canadians had a two-goal lead vanish on them in Friday’s game against the Pembroke Lumber Kings, but they came back with three unanswered goals in the second period to lead them to a 6-3 win. “Definitely shows our resilience,” said Canadians assistant captain Sam Knoblauch. “We’re going to face […]

Canadians bounce back in win over Kanata

By: Daniel Vazzoler The Carleton Place Canadians worked their way back into the win column on Thursday with a 4-1 victory on the road against the Kanata Lasers. And after Sunday’s loss to Kemptville that coach Jason Clarke described as a disappointing effort, he said the way Carleton Place played Thursday was a good sight. […]

Tupker-Twins commit to Cornell University

Carleton Place Canadians forwards Ben and Zach Tupker have committed to continue their playing careers at Cornell University. The two 17-year-olds are going to be attending the Ivy League school starting in 2019-20. Zach, in his second season with the team, has nine points (four goals, five assists) in 43 regular season games with the […]

Selfish play costs Canadians against Kemptville, says Clarke

By: Daniel Vazzoler The Carleton Place Canadians had a two-goal lead on the road against the Kemptville 73’s on Sunday, but ended up coughing the lead away in the second period as part of a 4-3 loss to Kemptville. Ask Canadians coach Jason Clarke what transpired in a stretch of 1:08 during the second period […]

Battle of CCHL titans ends lopsided in Canadians win

By: Daniel Vazzoler It was a meeting between the top two teams in the CCHL and two top 10 Jr A teams in Canada, but Friday’s game between the Carleton Place Canadians and Ottawa Jr Senators ended up being more lopsided than anticipated – if you simply looked at the 7-3 score in favour of […]

Perfect showcase for Canadians with win against Nepean

By: Daniel Vazzoler It took a come-from-behind effort, but the Carleton Place Canadians beat the Nepean Raiders 3-2 Monday evening to finish the CCHL Labour Day Showcase Weekend with a perfect 3-0-0 record. Nepean jumped in front to a 2-0 lead early in the second period before Jake Meikle’s first goal in the CCHL started […]

Canadians come from behind to get win over Cornwall

By: Daniel Vazzoler It took a comeback effort in the third period, but the Carleton Place Canadians picked up the victory on Sunday and beat the Cornwall Colts 3-2. After falling behind in the second period, an early short-handed goal from Canadians assistant captain Sam Knoblauch tied the game at 2-2. Then rookie Travis Broughman […]

Canadians start season in winning fashion

By: Daniel Vazzoler You can’t win them all if you don’t win your first. The Carleton Place Canadians are one of six CCHL teams who have a chance at winning all of their games this season after picking up a 2-1 victory over the Hawkesbury Hawks on Saturday as part of the CCHL’s opening weekend […]