Four games were played in the new Canadian International Hockey League on the weekend and there was a first.
COLBORNE 4, TORONTO 3
Colborne Hawks recorded their first win of the season, a 4-3 victory over the Toronto Jr. Hockey Academy on Saturday.
Alex Bidwell scored the winner in the shootout to move the Hawks record to 1-8 and out of last place, past the Sudbury Royals.
BATCHEWANA 6, SUDBURY 4
The winless Sudbury Royals showed improved play but still came up a little short in a 6-4 defeat at the hands of the league-leading Batchewana Attack on Saturday.
Drake Pilon had the hat trick to pace Batchewana.
BATCHEWANA 5, ESPANOLA 1
A four-goal second period carried the Attack to a 5-1 win over the visiting Espanola Rivermen on Sunday.
The Attack now sits atop of the CIHL standings with a perfect 10-0 record.
Jacob Palmerio scored twice to lead the Attack.
ST. CHARLES 4, SUDBURY 0
St. Charles goalie Sylvain Morin stopped 25 shots for the shutout and Scott Marshall scored three goals to lead the Spirit to victory on Sunday.