by the sportsguy
Kemptville 73’s motored down the long stretch of highway Tuesday evening to Hawkesbury to face a lose of 3-1 loss by the Hawks. Both clubs went from end to end to blank the first, with visits to the sin-bin.
Hawks opened when Matt Gasiuk put it past Cooper Lukenda, with helpers from Belec and Tailon at 8:59 to close out the second. Final twenty, Hawkebury, with man advantage, Fletcher Anderson PPG assisted by Smith and Jankowski at 1:45. Meyer found his line mate Jacob Thousand in the slot to spoil Peter Brooks’ SO attempt at 14:01 to place Kemptville on the score sheet. 73’s pulled their stopper, only to be beaten when Anderson punched it ahead to Chris Smith to smash the rubber into the webbing with EN at 19:49.
Hawkesbury Hawks outshot Kemptville 73’s by 51 to 31, and each with 5 PP attempts with Hawks 1 result and 73’s nil.
Thursday night, the 73’s suffered another loss from Kanata Lasers, as they just couldn’t trigger their special teams and hold a 2 to zip lead to end with Lasers zapping 73’s 5-3. Hunter from the point so Ashton Fry could pull the trigger into the back of the net by Gabriel Carriere to open ice for Kemptville at :59. 73’s Ben McDonald performed his magic at 4:00 to give them a two goal lead. Kanata broke through at 13:10, as Quinn, with Bunka, assisted William Brochu to beat Nick Bond. At 17:58, Trevor Poeze, with helpers from Nocita and Quinn, to even the odds and end period.
Combination of Beaton to Thousand so Matthew Titus could razzle dazzle between the pipes at 9:13 to break a tie. William Brochu picked up his second goal of evening with assist by Nocita and Austin at 18:00 to even it up. Luca Nocita, from Markhauser with Brochu, to give Lasers go ahead at 18:35 to end second stanza.
Nocita with Stockdale found Trevor Poeze for his second marker for the insurance at 14:30 and 5 – 3 victory. Kanata Lasers SOG 38 to Kemptville 73’s 33, with Kemptville four PP attempts without results, and Kanata two attempts no results.