Photo highlights: Carleton Place Canadians first in the league

Posted on: February 5, 2017

Jane Hobson 

The Carleton Place Canadians faced the Nepean Raiders at the Carleton Place Arena on Friday, Feb. 3, beating the Raiders 4-3. Forward Geoff Kitt scored the game-winning goal with just under three minutes left in the third period.

This puts the Carleton Place Canadians in first place in the Central Canada Hockey League with 76 points. That’s a seven-point lead in front of the Ottawa Jr. Senators who are in second place.

The Nepean Raiders are currently in eighth place with 44 points.