WELCOME TO OTTAWA'S NEWEST BALL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Capital City Ball Hockey League (CCBHL) is Ottawa's most exclusive invite-only ball hockey league. We play one night only - in Barrhaven on Tuesdays. We value fun, teamwork, fair play and sportsmanship.
Our first match of the night saw a high-scoring showdown between the Original Gangsters and the Capital City Lions. The Lions were up for a difficult challenge as they were without a goalie for the game.
The game opened with the Original Gangsters taking the lead, thanks to a power play goal from Denise Smith, assisted by Shawn Lemoine. Lemoine continued his impressive performance, scoring and assisting in the following goals. Jonathan Malloy and Jeff Murphy also significantly contributed to the scoring, showcasing the team's offensive strength.
Despite the early setback, the Capital City Lions bounced back with a series of goals. Austin Perron led the charge with an astonishing 8 goals. The Lions’ offensive strategy was further bolstered by Brock Murray who provided 6 assists, creating numerous scoring opportunities. JP Donnelly also contributed to the Lions' victory with a solid game.
The Original Gangsters attempted to keep pace, with Jonathan Malloy, Shawn Lemoine, and Jeff Murphy each scoring multiple goals. However, the Lions maintained their lead, with Austin Perron's scoring prowess proving too much for the Gangsters.
The stars of the game were Austin Perron with his 8-goal spectacle, Brock Murray with his playmaking skills yielding 6 assists, and Jonathan Malloy with 4 goals and an assist. Despite their efforts, the Original Gangsters couldn't overcome the Lions' offensive onslaught.
Our final game of the fall season saw the Bears taking on Lights Out, with the winner being crowned first place.
The game started with the Bears taking the lead through a goal by Nick Perron, assisted by Brock Murray. However, Mark Haulena of Lights Out responded with a goal, equalizing the score. The teams continued to exchange goals, with Perron scoring again for the Bears, followed by another goal from Haulena, bringing the score level.
Dan Ballem of Lights Out then scored a power-play goal, assisted by Zach Thomas, taking the lead. The Bears fought back with Jocelyn Mitchell tying it up, assisted by Perron. This game would go to a shootout with Nicky Soucy scoring on her attempt, followed by Ballem and Murray scoring. Lights Out would take this 4-3 (SO) to claim first place.
The stars of the game were Alex Paquette of Lights Out for his outstanding goalkeeping, stopping 37 out of 40 shots. Mike Adams of the Bears also put on a commendable performance in goal, stopping 49 out of 52 shots. Nicky Soucy also received recognition for her SO goal.