Jaquemet scores winning goal as Major Atom Romans edge Stittsville in series opener
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The Osgoode Richmond Romans headed to Casselman for an Ottawa B Minor Hockey League game Sun., Feb. 11, and they were welcomed with a 9-1 loss courtesy of the Casselman-Embrun Ice Dogs. James Haggar scored the Osgoode Richmond goal from Chase Plosenski.
On Thurs., Feb. 15, the Romans opened up their playoff series with Leitrim and skated to a 7-3 win. Ryan Clost had two goals and an assist and Chase Plosenski had a pair of goals. Cameron Sheppard and James Haggar had a goal and an assist, and Cameron Gibson also scored. Cole Boudreau had three assists for the Romans with Isaiah Walrond, Alex Shewfelt, Peter Novak, Colton Hart and Reid Hapke each picking up an assist. Jack Montgomery was the winning goalie.
The Osgoode Richmond Romans scored twice in the third period but their comeback fell short as the Nepean Raiders took a 3-2 win in Osgoode Feb. 11. Wyatt Allen and Adam Miller scored with Cole Dashnay assisting a pair and Easton Kelly assisting one.
On Feb. 15 in Barrhaven, the Romans tied the Nepean Raiders 1-1. Wyatt Allen scored from Spencer Dey and Colin Dashnay.
On Saturday in Manotick, the Romans bounced back to tie their series with a 4-2 win over the Romans. Adam Miller had an unassisted goal, Wyatt Allen scored from Colin Dashnay, Wesley Bean had an unassisted goal, and Dashnay scored from Allena and Dmitri Barresi. Dante Dinardo was the winning goalie.
Ryan Jaquemet scored with just two seconds left to play from Daniel Kean and Jimmy Boyd got the shutout as the Osgoode Richmond Romans edged Stittsville 1-0 at Johnny Leroux Arena Mon., Feb. 12. It was the first game of their series.
The following night, the Romans were blanked 3-0 by Stittsville in Osgoode. Reed Cloutier scored twice for the Romans with Sam Fisher, Owen Chatland, Joel Brennan and Matthew Levecque also scoring. Gavin Hodges and Michael Maclean each had a pair of assists and Connor Hamilton added one assist. Jack Pemberton was the wining goalie.
On Sunday at the Sensplex, the Romans lost 6-1 to Stittsville. Michael Chenier scored from Connor Labelle for the Romans.
Minor Pee Wee
On Sunday in Osgoode, the Romans faced Leitrim in the consolation playoffs and won 3-1. Paul Beaudry, Gabriel Carty and Callum MacArthur scored for the Romans with assists going to Jack Knox and Carson Nixon. Peter Blythe was the winning goalie.
Major Pee Wee
The Romans opened up their Pee Wee Consolation playoffs with Cumberland at the Richmond Arena Saturday, dropping a 3-1 decision. David Kean scored for the Royals from Cole Haughton and Graeme Hollinger.
On Sunday, the Romans lost 2-0 to the Ottawa Sting at the St. Laurent Arena.
The Romans opened their Consolation Playoff round series with Clarence Rockland Feb. 15 in Richmond and score three times in the third period for a 6-3 win.
The Leitrim Hawks scored two goals in the final minute of play to beat the Romans 3-2 in their playoff opener Feb. 11 at the Fred Barrett Arena. Carter Edwards and Robert Allen scored for the Romans with Max Bush, Nolan Edwards and Kaelen Knor had assists.
Game 2 was Wed., Feb. 14 in Osgoode, and the Hawks took a 6-3 win. Carter Edwards scored from Max Bush and Camren Lacelle scored from Robert Allen to give the Romans a 2-0 lead, but the Hawks screamed back with four goals. Edwards added an unassisted goal for the Romans.
On Saturday, the teams met again at the Fred Barrett Arena with Leitrim hanging on for a 4-3 win. The Romans took an early 2-0 lead as Nolan Edwards scored from Mitchell Cross and Matthew Kozak, and Trevor Christie scored from Camren Lacelle and Max Bush. The Hawks scored two in the second and two in the third. With the Romans’ net empty, Matthew Kozak scored from Preston Martin and Tristan Hotte, but it was not enough and the Hawks took the win.
The Osgoode Richmond Romans opened their playoff series with the Mississippi Thunder Kings by taking a 4-2 win in Carleton Place. Cam Sherrer had a goal and an assist with Michael Thomas, Jack Gillis and Calum Payne also scoring. Connor Vanluit had a pair of assists with one each going to Justin Dagenais, Owen Richardson and Noel Klassen. Liam Antile was the winning goalie.
On Thurs., Feb. 15 in Osgoode, the Thunder Kings bounced back with a 3-2 win, scoring two goals late in the third period. Cam Sherrer scored from Cole Ehrl and Noel Klassen, and Calum Payne scored an unassisted goal. Both goals came in the second period.