Glens ink Jacob Massie

The Glens are proud to announce that Defence Jacob Massie has committed to the hockey club for the 2020-21 season.

The 2002-born Lachute product played with the Le Sommet Faucon last season.

Welcome to the Glens, Jacob!

Glens Custom Masks

The Glens will have Custom Team Mask available for purchase for $12. Every $2 from every masks sold will be donated to the Local Food Bank in Alexandria. Mask Color will be black with Glens logo.

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Ottawa, ON – For the 2020-21 season, whenever that opens, look for a familiar name in Junior B hockey to return. With Hockey Eastern Ontario undertaking a branch wide restructuring, the Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League will replace the CCHL2 as the Junior B league.

For the past five seasons the CCHL2 has evolved into a top developmental league for the CCHL and levels above. That will continue with the new EOJHL but with a focus on independence as a league with 11 of the 16 teams operated without CCHL ownership.


Sylvain Dignard, CCHL2 Chairman of the Board 

“During the last five seasons, the CCHL2 has provided many opportunities for young athletes to further develop their skills to allow them to move on to the next level. It has also been an excellent avenue for graduating players who aspired to pursue their studies while playing in a very competitive league. The mission for the EOJHL will be to continue to foster this approach for the young athletes and to continue to work in partnership with the CCHL and the NCJHL. We are pleased to welcome Sean Marcellus as the new Commissioner for the EOJHL and look forward to working with him to continue in the footsteps of his predecessor. I also want to take this opportunity to thank Kevin Abrams for his dedication and leadership during these last 5 years.” 

Sean Marcellus, EOJHL Commissioner 2020-21 

“I take great pride in being named Commissioner of the Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League. I originally had my first hockey job in the old EOJHL working with the Arnprior Packers back in 2012 so to be able to take the reigns at the league level in 2020 is very exciting for me. Working alongside Kevin Abrams has benefited me in more ways than I can explain, he gave me a chance five years ago and his leadership and direction has prepared me greatly for this position. I am very thankful to our board of governors for showing confidence in me and I am excited at being tasked at helping lead this league in a positive manner moving forward.” 

Kevin Abrams, CCHL2 Commissioner 2015-2020 

“For the past five seasons I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with the CCHL2 as their Commissioner and it gives me great pleasure to see Sean Marcellus elevated to that role. He has worked tirelessly for five years as Director of Hockey Operations and knows the inner workings well. I wish him well. What began as a temporary stop for a year became five years in a flash. I wish to thank the entire membership of the CCHL2, Chairman Sylvain Dignard as well as the League Executive for their outstanding support. Stepping down allows me to focus on my role as Commissioner of the CCHL as I enter my fifteenth season, and my fourth year as Chairman of the Canadian Junior Hockey League. I look forward to working with the EOJHL and other entities in HEO this season and beyond.”


More Information to come.

Glens announce hiring of Carl Robillard as new head coach

Alexandria, ON (May 21, 2020) – Alexandria Glens General Manager Derick Viau announced Thursday that the team has named Carl Robillard as the new head coach for the franchise.

“Carl is a bright coach and great leader who has a track record of both effectively developing young players and successfully motivating veterans,” Viau said. “We love his coaching resume and are confident that he has learned from every stop during his career, and has the best skill set to get the maximum potential out of our team.”

The 50-year-old native of Wendover, ON., will be serving as head coach of the Eastern Ontario Wild Minor Bantam AAA this season will Coaching for the Glens, Carl will be doing Double Duty this Season.

Carl has over 12 years of coaching experience, his coaching philosophy is pretty simple.  He surrounds everything around these 3 basic principles.  TEAM FIRSTHARD WORK and DISCIPLINE.
In order to achieve these principals, Carl strives to build an environment that encourages players to learn and develop on and off the ice while creating a positive learning atmosphere in both good and hard times.  All players need to be given the opportunity to develop their skills in a structured and disciplined learning environment that constantly challenges them while providing encouragement and support.  He firmly believes that, when dealing with highly motivated and committed athletes, strong communication skills in both a group and/or an individual setting is the cornerstone of any coach’s responsibility.

                Recent Coaching Achievements include:

  • 2014/2015 Regular Season Championship Major Peewee AAA
  • 2014/2015 Playoff Championship Major Peewee AAA
  • 2014/2015 Provincial Silver Medal
  • 2014/2015 OEMHL AAA Coach of the Year
  • 2015/2016 Regular Season Championship Minor Bantam AAA
  • 2015/2016 Playoff Championship Minor Bantam AAA
  • 2015/2016 Toronto Marlies Holiday Classic AAA Championship
  • 2017/2018 TELUS Cup Central Region Midget AAA
  • 2018 OHL Drafted players (10 EO Wild & 6 Hawks)

We are happy to Welcome the Robillard Family to the Glens Family

2020-2021 Training Camp Now Open!!

***Please Note: This camp will only be held, subject to Hockey Canada sanctions on their COVID-19 policy. ***

The Alexandria Glens are hosting a Main Camp in Hawkesbury this September. Attending a Main Camp is the first step in becoming a Glens player and competing in the EOJHL. Our coaching and scouting staff use these camps to evaluate new talent that will compete to join our team for the upcoming season and to build new relationships with future prospects.

This upcoming season the Alexandria Glens will be looking for upwards of 10 players.

Camp Schedule

  • Friday, September 18th, 2020 at 7:00PM
  • Saturday, Setpember 19th, 2020 at 7:00PM
  • Sunday, September 20th, 2020 at 9:00AM

Schedule of when and what team will be sent closer to the camp.

Schedule Details Will be available Soon


P.S When you will register make sure to create an Account.


Ottawa, Ontario – The December 1st roster deadline was busy which included four trades being made by the Alexandria Glens. Also making some moves were Winchester, Casselman and the Char-Lan Rebels during the weekend.

First Trade: Winchester trades ’02 Forward Nicolas Corry to the Alexandria Glens in exchange for a PDF.

Corry, 18, is in his first season in CCHL Tier 2. During his time with the Winchester Hawks, he played 18 games and collected three goals and three assists. The Gloucester, Ontario native played with the Gloucester Rangers Midget AA team last year and had 15 goals and 27 assists in 30 games.

Second Trade: Alexandria trades ’01 D Hunter MacPherson and ’01 D Lochlan MacDonald to the Char-Lan Rebels in exchange for ’02 D Josh Weatherall, ’02 F Reese Donnelly and ’00 D Evan Huntley.

MacPherson, 18, is in his second season in CCHL Tier 2. He spent a full year with Alexandria last year by collecting 12 points in 43 games. The Dalkeith, Ontario native was drafted by the Cornwall Colts in the 6th round of the Bantam Protected Draft in 2016. With Alexandria this season, he has one goal, three assists and four points in his first 20 games of the regular season.

MacDonald, 18, used to spent a little bit of time with the Char-Lan Rebels two years ago by playing in 4 games as an AP. He was drafted by the Cornwall Colts after collecting 39 points in 32 games with the Eastern Ontario Cobras Midget AA team. He’s in his second year in CCHL Tier 2. So far this season, he has one goal, three assists, four points in 13 games this season.

Weatherall, 16, is in his first season of CCHL Tier 2 after he played for the Brockville Braves in U18. This is now his third team that he’ll be on this season. Weatherall has played 10 games with Casselman, 7 games with Char-Lan and has one assists.

Donnelly, 17, is also in his second season after play a full season last year. He collected six goals, six assists and 12 points in 43 games. He was also drafted by the Nepean Raiders in the 2017 Bantam Protected Draft. The Orleans, Ontario native has four goals and two assists in 16 games this year.

Third Trade: Alexandria then flips ’00 D Evan Huntley in a trade with Casselman in exchange for ’02 D Mikael Bissonnette.

Huntley, 19, has spent his junior career playing in the CCHL Tier 2 level and is in his third year. He has played for Navan (2017-18) and Cornwall (2018-19) for a little bit of time in CCHL Tier 2. During his three seasons with the Char-Lan Rebels, he has 23 goals, 44 assists and 67 points in 106 career games. The Long Sault, Ontario native was terrific on the back end when playing in the CCHL Tier 2 playoffs last year and collected five assists in seven games.

Bissonnette, 17, was drafted 6th round, 112th overall from the Niagara Ice Dogs in the 2018 OHL Priority Selection draft. The year after that, he was drafted by the Hawkesbury Hawks in the 2nd round in the 2017 CCHL Bantam Protected draft. The Rockland, Ontario native collected four goals, eight assists and 12 points in 37 games last season.

Fourth trade: Finally, Alexandria would acquire ’01 F Zachary Power from the Casselman Vikings in exchange for a PDF.

Power, 17, is in his first season in CCHL Tier 2 after playing with the Rockland Nationals Midget AA team last year. So far this season, he has five goals, seven assists in 22 games. He was also drafted by the Erie Otters in the U18 OHL Priority selection in the third round and is an affiliated with the Rockland Nationals CCHL Tier 1 team.

In other news, Alexxandria has picked up ’01 Defenseman Jonathan Paquette off of waivers. He played with the Casselman Vikings this season. Finally, Alexandria has also acquired ’01 Forward Ryan Leonard from the Hawkesbury Hawks in CCHL Tier 1.

Article from the CCHL2 Website.