Matthew Petizian came up big, stopping 44 of 47 shots throughout the game. The Hawkesbury Hawks took the lead early in the third on a goal from Jeremie Lavallee.
Zachary Fournier chipped in with 2 assists and Jeremy Cote contributed with 2 assists. Zachary Tupker had a busy night with 2 goals and Ben Tupker delivered for his team with 2 assists.
In the first period, Sterrett opened the scoring for Carleton Place with a goal at 3:21 with helpers from his linemates, Reynolds and Hromic. Grainger answered for Hawkesbury with a goal at 12:58 with helpers from his teammates Fournier and Fortin. Lavallee netted a goal at 18:05 with assists from Fournier and Mcgrath. Lavallee quickly followed with a goal at 19:05 with helpers from his linemates, Callahan and Cote.
During the third, Lavallee scored what turned out to be the game winning goal at 1:42 with assists from Cote and Mcgrath. Tupker answered for the Canadians with a goal at 18:38 with a helper from Tupker. Tupker quickly followed with a goal at 19:59 with assists from his linemates, Allison and Tupker.
Hawkesbury’s victory was in no doubt helped out by Petizian’s big night as he stopped 44 of the 47 shots he faced. On the other hand, Petizian’s counterpart, Murphy, and Carleton Place’s defense did not have such a great night allowing 4 goals in 22 shots.
This win brings the Hawkesbury Hawks’ record to (5-0-0-0).