Les Cougars de Vankleek Hill ont remporté deux victoire d’affilées en fin de semaine pour prendre le cinquième rang du classement général de la Ligue de hockey junior de la capitale nationale (NCJHL).
Les Cougars de Vankleek Hill ont remporté deux victoire d’affilées en fin de semaine pour prendre le cinquième rang du classement général de la Ligue de hockey junior de la capitale nationale (NCJHL).

Back-to-back road wins for the Cougars

Charles Durocher
EAP
The Vankleek Hill Cougars won back-to-back road games this weekend, defeating the Metcalfe Jets 6-0 on Friday before besting the Almonte Inferno 3-2 on Sunday.

Justin Chaumont lead his team against the Jets with another phenomenal performance, scoring three goals and notching three assists in the victory. Joshua Renaud and Zachary Bigras scored a goal and an assist each, while Perry Alexander got two assists, Nathan Sauvé scored a goal and Julien Bercier got an assist in the victory. 

Jérémy Marcotte scored two goals against the Inferno, Joshua Renaud scored one and Zack Labbé, Jake Lalonde and Perry Alexander got an assist each. Justin Chaumont scored three assists in the victory, making him the highest scoring player in the league with 14 goals and 16 assists, for an average of 2.5 points per game. The Vankleek Hill team is now playing over .500 and sitting in the middle of the National Capital Junior Hockey League (NCJHL) standings, tied with the North Dundas Rockets, two points behind the Gatineau Hull Volant and one point in front of the St-Isidore Eagles.