OHSWEKEN – The Sr. B Six Nations Rivermen sit atop the standings after last week’s games with 20 points by way of a 10-2-0 record to date. The Brooklin Redmen are next, two points away and holding a game in hand over the Rivermen.
Saturday night at the GPA, the Rivermen clashed with the Oakville Titans and had no trouble embarrassing them 20-6.
Tom Montour has found his scoring range lately, contributing four goals. In all, 16 Rivermen added points to their statistics.
The first cut was inflicted on the Titans by Dwayne Porter 32 seconds into the game and it got worse for Oakville as the night went on. By the end of the first perio,d the Rivermen held a 9-1 lead which turned into a 17-3 advantage by the end of the second period. Mercy played a role in the third period as the Rivermen coasted to the 20-6 lopsided win.
Six Nations will travel to face the James Gang in Ennismore this Friday night at 8 p.m., before returning home to finish the beating they put on Oakville this past week. Game time is 7 p.m.
Roger Vyse is still on top of the scoring leader board with 19 goals and 30 assist for 49-points, while Grant Crawley leads all Sr. B goaltenders with a goals-against average of 5.95 and a saves percentage of .586.