Tikis take 8-4 win over Richmond and break CCHL2 shots Record with 83

Brockville 8, Richmond 4

The Brockville Tikis are now 3-1-1 in their last five games and they’ve also picked up their 7th win this season. Ryan Glazer collects his first career natural hat trick but Colin Stacey leads the way by tallying one goal and six assists in his first career seven point game. He currently has 14 goals and 12 assists in 13 games.

Adam Goodfellow scores twice for Richmond in the loss. Darien Johnson 75 saves sets a new CCHL Tier 2 record for most saves in a game. Last year, Brent Pledge-Dickson made 66 saves in a win over Westport. Brockville outshot the Royals 83-33. The Tikis 83 shots in a game sets a new CCHL Tier 2 record for most shots in a game. Last year, Westport collected 67 shots against Winchester on December 1st 2018.