3 Golden Knights named to CCHL2 Regular Season All-Star Teams

Article and Graphic: Davide Disipio, Photo: Mason Detre


Ottawa, ON – Earlier today the CCHL2 named their all-star teams for the 2019-2020 regular season, with three Golden Knights being named.

Sean Kearnsheadlines the first all-star team, along with Jack Haymes and Sam Brown being named to the second all-star team.

Kearns, 18, is in his second full season with the Golden Knights since coming out of the Kanata Lasers U18 Midget AAA program. Last season, Kearns only recorded eight goals and six assists. This season, has been a career season to remember. He was tied for 8th in goals with 27, second in the league with 47 assists, and second in points with 74. Playing in all 44 games, Kearns tallied a team-leading 24 games with at least two points to guide the Golden Knights to the Martin Division, and Regular Season Championship.

Blake Kettyle (Westport), Nic Seguin (Ottawa), Reid Oliver (Carleton Place), Ryan Nielson (Winchester), and William Nguyen (Embrun) round out the first all-star team with Darrell Campbell (Embrun) and Dominic Menard (Winchester) earning coach / GM duties.

Haymes, 18, is in his first season with the Golden Knights after playing last season with the Ottawa Sting Midget AA. Haymes is tied for 8th in goals with 27, fourth in assists with 40 and fourth in points with 67. He was also tied for third in the league in power-play goals 10 and ended the season on a 13 game point streak.

Brown, 19, has been one of the most improved Defenseman this season after only collecting 8 assists last year in his first junior season with the Golden Knights. The smooth-skating, puck-moving defenceman ended the year with six goals which ranks 16th among Defenseman, his 25 assists and 31 points ranked him 4th among Defensemen. Of his six goals, he recorded the overtime winner on December 15th.

Also named to the second all-star team are Sean James (Westport), Joseph Samson (Char-Lan), Mike Hall (Ottawa), and Ryan Whitehurst (Ottawa), with coach Bob Gould (Winchester) and Darrell Campbell (Embrun).