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73’S SETTLE FOR SPLIT DURING EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

by th Sports guy

During Sunday’s matinee the Carleton Place Canadians put a hometown beating on the visiting Kemptville 73’s with a 4 – 1 victory.

A scoreless first with Kemptville outgunning the home team by 14 – 5.

Ethan Woosley slammed one past Tyler Laureault with helpers from Colangela and Toure at 1:16 for SHG after 73’s miscue on a PP. York sprang Larkin up the wall to the tape of Ty Whyte on the top of half circle for a PPG by Joe Chambers to even it up at 1:47. Then at 5:12 Canadians Jackson Mowatt assisted by Kean with Gourgon broke the tie to close out the second.

The last twenty opened with Carleton Place on PP when Derek Hamilton with helpers from Oliver and Toure picked up a PPG at 3:27. Another marker for Canadians from Kerfalla Toure at 18:47 to give Carleton Place a 4 – 1 win.

73’s ran into a hot stopper with peppering hlm with 30 SOG and only one result with Canadians facing 17 with 4 successes.

Rockland Nationals motored into Kemptville for Friday night excursion as the 73’s walked away with a 3 – 2 OT win.

The opening period was end to end action without any markers, except sin bin visits.
Howie sprung Lynch up the wall over to Ethan Esposito to ram it past Simon Couroux at 5:58 to put Kemptville on the board. Rockland tied it up at 11:06 when Dylan Blue with helpers from Mulvihill and Landry to beat Tyler Laureault. Kemptville countered to break the tie when York dropped one back to Ryan Cartwright to drive it home at 13:30.

Last twenty with Nationals down by one pulled their stopper for extra attacker at 18:52 Rockland’s Dean Taylor assisted by Dauphinais and Shields to force a tie and OT at 19:40.

OT was completed in just :34 as a tic-tac-toe from Whyte with Howie to Patrick Larkin trailing over the line to launch a missile.

Kemptville supplied a very exciting entertaining contest to outgun their opponents by 40 to 33.

73’s are in the Showcase for next four games and will be on home ice Friday, October 15 when they face the Nepean Raiders.

Remember season tickets are now available for sale online or at the ticket table.