by the sportsguy

Kemptville 73’s hosted a Thursday afternoon make-up contest against Navan Grads to take home a 3-1 win. Kemptville 73’s, with man advantage, coming on strong to open first when Frazee combined to Titus back to Jared Patterson in the lane launches a howitzer for PPG to beat Joseph Giacobbo top shelf blocker side at 16:57.

As in the first, the second was exciting end-to-end action. At 3:16 Thousand broke the line, cycling low to Hunter on point, ahead to Thomas Daskas gliding to the crease to net his first goal of season.

Final twenty, Navan Grads spoiled Cooper Lukenda’s SO attempt when Breton swiped the bouncing rubber, as Curtis Fabbro punched in the rebound at 6:52. Navan pulled their stopper for extra man attack and Kemptville capitalized with EN, when Frazee shut down clearing, across to Bondy, with quick release to Nicholas Domitrovic flying up the wing into open mesh at 19:42. Kemptville outshot Navan by 38 to 29, with 73’s 4 PP attempts with 1 result as Navan’s 2 attempts to be shutdown.

Carleton Place Canadians hosted the Kemptville 73’s Friday night on their ice surface to be handed another 4-0 loss. At :56, with man advantage, Travis Broughman PPG, with helpers from Theocharidis and Girduckis, to open the gates. Another PP, Reynolds with Thorne for Noah Tooke PPG to blast it past Nick Bond at 16:24.

Second was owned by Carleton Place, as they capitalized with SHG, as the Tupkar connection found Tim Theocharidis on the boards at 12:02. Allison to Tooke, over to Travis Broughman at 17:23, to close out with 4 to zip for Carleton Place Canadians. Canadians outgunned 73’s 45 to 28, with Canadians three attempts and two goals, 73’s having four without any results.

Next home game is Sunday, March 8, at 2:00 pm, when the Brockville Braves visit the Municipal Centre for special school day invitation event….Hockey with EDGE.


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