Ottawa, Ontario – The Central Canada Hockey Leauge are proud to announce their first, second and third all-star teams for the 2017/18 season. Please see list below for details.
First All-Star Team:
F – Matthew Barnaby, Pembroke Lumber Kings (32G/41A/73P).
Barnaby is third in the CCHL in points (73), third in goals (32) and fourth in assists with 41. He has helped Pembroke to a 30-24-4 which is the seventh seed.
F – David Jankowski, Hawkesbury Hawks (38G/50A/88P).
He leads the league in points (88) and is first in goals (38) and is third in assists with 50. His 1.52 point per game average is also the highest among players.
F – Samuel Knoblauch, Carleton Place Canadians (29G/51A/80P).
The Canadians star forward is second in the league in points (80) and tied for first in assists. His 11 PPG is also tied for second in the CCHL.
D – Tim Theocharidis, Carleton Place Canadians (17G/36A/53P).
The two-way defenseman leads all D in points (53) and is second in goals (17) and second in assists (36). His 8 PPG is second among defenseman.
D – Jonathan Hill, Brockville Braves (18G/33A/51P).
Mr. Hill, an offensive defenseman leads all D in goals (18) and is second in points with (51). His 11 PPG leads all defenseman.
G – Liam Lascelle, Cornwall Colts (25-6, 2.80GAA/.925SV%).
He has played in 48 of Cornwall’s 60 games played this season. His .925 SV% ranks fifth and his 2.88GAA ranks ninth.
HC – Jesse Winchester, Brockville Braves
The first year coach has brought his team to a 36-19-4 record after starting the season under .500… His Braves rank third in the CCHL with 76 points.
GM – Jason Clarke, Carleton Place Canadians.
Clarke has recruited some of the top players in the country and continues to develope his young players in the CCHL Tier 2.
Second All-Star Team:
F – Chiwetin Blacksmith, Ottawa Jr. Senators (15G/51A/67P).
Blacksmith is fourth in the CCHL in points (67) and leads league in PPA (26).
F – Owen Guy, Ottawa Jr. Senators (31G/31A/62P).
The Ottawa captain is fourth in goals (31) and has only played 53 games. His seven GWG is second in the CCHL.
F – Travis Broughman, Carleton Place Canadians (30G/34A/64P).
His 64 points is tied for fifth in the CCHL while his 30 goals ranks fifth as well.
D – Zachary Salloum, Ottawa Jr. Senators (12G/39A/51P).
He has only played 42 games and has 51 points, holding the highest defenseman point per game total at 1.21PPG.
D – Andrew Jarvis, Brockville Braves (12G/25A/37P).
The hard nose defenseman is fifth among D in points with 37.
G – Justin Evenson, Brockville Braves (26-11, .940SV%/2.45GAA).
His 26 wins rank second in the CCHL while .930SV%is third in the CCHL.
HC – Jason Clarke, Carleton Place Canadians
Clarke had lead his team to a Canada best 52-5-4 record and reaches 100 plus points in the fifth consecutive season.
GM – Martin Dagenais, Ottawa Jr. Senators
He has helped his squad to the CCHL’s second best record (45-8-7). He traded for Lalonde, Guy, Salloum and Evans while recruiting Veillette and Morin.
Third All-Star Team:
F – Pierre Luc Veillette, Ottawa Jr. Senators (33G/31A/64P).
His 33 goals is second in the CCHL while his 64 points is tied for fifth.
F – Nick Lalonde, Ottawa Jr. Senators (28G/29A/57).
Lalonde’s 57 points ranks eighth in the CCHL despite only playing 45 games.
F – Geoff Kitt, Carleton Place Canadians (18G/35A/53P).
The power-forward leads the league with six short-handed goals.
D – Aidan Girduckis, Carleton Place Canadians (7G/23A/30P).
Girduckis remains as the league’s top defensive defenseman. His 30 points from the backend is 12th among D-men.
D – Liam Markhauser, Kanata Lasers (12G/23A/35P).
The Kanata captain is sixth in scoring among D (36P) and his 12 goals is tied for fourth in the CCHL.
G – Jeremie Forget, Carleton Place Canadians (34-3, 1.47GAA/.937SV%).
Forget leads goalies in SV% (.937) and GAA (1.47) while also leading the way in wins with 34.
HC – Nathan Hewitt, Kanata Lasers
He has lead the Lasers to a 31-22-9 record which is fifth in the CCHL. Helping Kanata reach the playoffs for the first time since 2011.
GM – Rick Dorval, Hawkesbury Hawks
Dorval brought in a much younger team and helped them to a fourth place 34-22-3 overall record, with 71 points.