In CCHL2 road action Tuesday night, the Char-Lan Rebels scored a 5-3 comeback win over the Ottawa Jr. Canadians, backstopped by Cole Eakins and his 42-save effort.
Justice Brownlee notched the lone first-period tally, unassisted, giving Char-Lan the lead, but Ottawa took control in the second stanza, scoring three times to one for the Rebels. Noah Konink had that tally, set up by Joseph Samson and Liam MacDonald, on a power play.
Three unanswered goals in the third period, as Reese Donnelly, Owen Carter, and Paul Waldhauser found the back of the Canadians net in succession, secured the win for Char-Lan. Assists went to Dillon Spinner, Waldhauser, and Carter, who was named first star of the game.
Char-Lan went two for three on the power play. The boys allowed two power-play goals against on six short-handed situations.
The win snapped a three-game losing skid that included a single point in from a shootout loss.
Saturday night, the Rebels (5-6-1-1) are scheduled to host the Westport Rideaus (12-4) at 8 p.m.
Alexandria Glens roster changes
On the roster front, the Alexandria Glens have made some moves of late. Gone from the lineup are defenceman Trystan Veilleux and forwards Jager Burge and Zenin Biron.
Added on Nov. 6 from the Casselman Vikings, in exchange for a player development fee, was Etienne Agius-Pease. The centreman who hails from Orleans had played in 11 games with the Vikes, recording 1 assist and 4 penalty minutes. The 19-year-old checks in at 5 ft. 9 in, 190 lb.
Agius-Pease is slated to be in the Glens (2-11-1) lineup tonight, when the team hosts the Ottawa Jr. Canadians (10-3-1) at 8 p.m. The forward will be wearing jersey number 22.