Americans Wilson defeated Szymanski twice. Dickinson pitched a shutout and No. 0 wore the hat in a 5-0 victory – and Brackman’s second goal of the game, 57 seconds into the third period started a rally, No. 97 then came through with 9:14 remaining and Wilson, who also had two assists, then came through with 6:43 left as the Americans won 5-3.
Ice Gnocchi and Americans Vater both won twice. Brody McMaster wore the hat and had an assist, Antonio Carpenteri and Christian Marsh both scored twice and Alessandro Penta posted two assists as Gnocchi topped Warriors Griffin 8-1 – and McMaster and Marsh both wore hats in a 6-1 triumph over Shoe City; Declan McLean scored four goals and set up another, David Vater had 1-2-3, Nick Sica scored twice and Gabriel Klapman had 1-1-2 as the Americans defeated Shoe City 9-2 – and Sica wore the hat, Jack Hodgen and McLean both posted 1-2-3, Vater scored twice and Dylan Smith had 1-1-2 in a big win over the Bulldogs;
Haley wore the hat and had an assist, Blatt posted 1-1-2 and King pitched a shutout in Seacoast’s 6-0 victory over Shoe City; and Sullivan’s second goal of the game, with 48 seconds left, gave the Bulldogs a 4-3 decision over Seacoast – Blatt with a goal and two assists and Haley 1-1-2 in the loss.
Tony Bordonaro scored with 2:38 left to give the Vikings a 3-2 decision over the Warriors, who got both goals from Norton; and Jack Gallagher’s second goal of the game, with three minutes left, was the winner as Belmont topped Warriors Madill 6-4 – Tom Courtney with three assists, Miles Garver two goals and Harrison Barmack 1-1-2 in the win and Grasso a hat trick and an assist in the loss.
John Morello capped a hat trick with two goals early in the third period and also had two assists as The Tens trimmed the Mustangs 7-5 – Danny Ryan with four assists and Nick Rinaldi and Kellen Shaunashi 1-1-2 apiece in the win and Shane Higgins two goals and Joey Russo 1-1-2 in the loss; Mason Curran wore the hat, Colin Comeau scored twice and Josh Herald had two assists as Methuen downed the Roadrunners 5-2; and Ethan Lima posted 2-1-3, Joey Mongiello scored two goals in 51 seconds and Higgins and Mark Killilea both also scored twice as the Mustangs stopped Warriors Laird 9-2.
Top Gun and the Shifty Savages both won a game and tied each other. John Migan and Kyle Byron scored 1:09 apart in the first period as Top Gun downed the Predators 6-2; Taranto and Flynn scored early third-period goals as the Savages defeated the Americans 4-1 – and Carabba scored with one second left to give Top Gun a 3-3 tie with the Savages, Dibella with two goals for Top Gun and Coleman two goals and Taranto two assists for the Savages.
Warriors Bradford won twice and IHC and Americans MacCurtain both had a win and a tie. Joey Lebrun scored one goal and set up two others as Bradford topped IHC 5-4, Brandano with 1-2-3, Green 1-1-2 and Pothier two assists in the loss – and Dylan Pagliuca scored with 4:01 left and Logan Tautkus followed with 52 seconds remaining to give the Warriors a 3-2 decision over the Americans, Ryan McColgan with 1-1-2 in the loss; Grainger dished out three assists and Brandano and Dalelio both scored twice as IHC topped the Methuen Stars 8-2, Dylan Higson with both goals in the loss; Walsh’s second goal of the game, with 1:04 left, gave IHC a 4-4 tie with the Americans, Brandano with 1-1-2 and Martin two assists for IHC and McColgan two assists for the Americans;
Harb wore the hat and Barone and Morrelli both posted two assists as Warriors Harb topped the Warriors 5-0; Richard Jenkins scored twice and Sam Croke had two assists as the Predators downed the Vikings 4-1; and Max Condon scored twice and Higson had 1-1-2 in Methuen’s 5-3 victory over the Warriors, who got 1-1-2 apiece from McTeague and McInerny.
The Rangers won twice. Matt O’Brian wore the hat and had an assist, Luke Henry posted two goals and two helpers, Gavin Henry dished out three assists and Jake Civitarese had 1-1-2 in a 6-1 win over Warriors Krasco – and O’Brian had 1-2-3 and Gavin Correia scored twice in a 7-4 triumph over Shoe City, O’Connor with two goals in the loss;
Slater O’Connor scored twice and Darren Ackerman had two assists in Shoe City’s 3-1 victory over the Lions; Jackson O’Keefe and Case Rogers scored third-period goals, Rogers coming through with 1:41 left as Wolfboro edged Warriors Mericantante; Taylor pitched a shutout and Mack scored early in Medford’s 3-0 win over Wolfboro; and Pelletier snapped a 2-2 tie with 5:34 left, Carbone had 1-1-2 and Warriors Krasco scored all four goals in the third period of a 4-2 victory over the Lions, Farrell with both goals in the loss.
Sobrenski wore the hat and had an assist as the Express downed Waltham 7-3 – Will Pryor with two goals in the loss; Lopez scored the winner with 8:32 left East Coast edged the Express 4-3; and Jackson Feudo wore the hat and Cam Lanziero scored two goals in 17 seconds as the Redmen downed Waltham 8-1.
The DOT Chiefs won twice and the Filthy Flyers wore a pair of ties. Kevin Fitzgerald capped a hat trick with 10:09 left to give the Chiefs the winner in a 3-2 decision over Top Gun – and Richard McGrath posted 2-1-3 Brendan Donahue scored two goals in 91 seconds, Fitzgerald had 1-1-2 and Mike Chuairy two assists in a 7-4 triumph over the Rams, who got 2-1-3 from Joel Perez and 1-2-3 from Matias Moore; Axel Josefsson (2-1-3) and Joe Trant scored 1:27 apart in the third period to give the Rams a 4-4 tie with the Flyers, who got 2-1-3 from Will Clarke and 1-1-2 from Logan Pickering – and Andrew Glidden, who also had an assist, scored two goals a minute apart late to give the Falcons a 4-4 tie with the Flyers, who got a hat trick from No. 11;
In the other game, No. 20 scored twice and Dylan McGhee scored what turned out to be the winner with 7:52 left as Top Gun scored four times in the second period and trimmed the Falcons 5-3.
The Gators won twice. Keegan Jewell, who also had an assist, scored the winner with 6:28 left, Jones had two goals and an assist and Sprissler two assists as they edged Chaos 4-3, Michelle Caiazzo with 1-1-2 and Natalie Belliveau two assists in the loss – and No. 10 scored four goals, Jake Connor tallied twice and Alyssa Jankowski had 1-1-2 in an 8-1 victory over Methuen;
In the other game, Liam Connolly and Tom Lisy both wore hats and added an assist as the Sachems topped the Knights 8-4 despite four goals by Pat Nugent.
In the only game, Michael Nigro wore the hat and had two assists and Max Tong came through with a goal and three assists to power the Eddies to a 6-2 victory over the Black Knights.
The Chieftains won three games and Wilmington two. Cam Juliano scored two goals and set up two others, James Whitman delivered two goals and an assist and Young had 1-1-2 as the Chieftains downed the NS Shamrocks 7-1; Kevin Popielski came within seven seconds of a shutout and EJ Ellington scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:50 left in a 2-1 decision over the Shamrocks – and Whitman wore the hat, including two goals in 31 seconds early in the third period, and had an assists, and Juliano posted 2-2-4 in a 6-5 victory over the Misfits; Tyler Beals wore the hat, Pat Mozuch had two goals and an assist and Mike Maselli 1-2-3 in Wilmington’s 8-2 victory over the NS Shamrocks – and Beals wore the hat and Brian Barry scored what turned out to be the winner in a 4-3 decision over Shoe City;
Ryan Meleskey scored the only goal of the game with 8:50 left as Sarges Misfits edged the Bulldogs 1-0; and Drew DuRoss, who also had two assists, scored with 16 seconds left to give the Bulldogs a 5-4 verdict over the NS Shamrocks – Chase Darcey with two goals in the win and Ben Fry and Beals two goals apiece in the loss.
The Rangers won three times. Keegan Bayden wore the hat and had an assist, Gabe Lozowski scored one goal and set up three others and Jack Allard clicked for 2-1-3 in a 7-4 victory over the Coyotes, who got all four goals from Jayden Vargas and two assists from Mike Ryan; Lozowski posted 2-1-3, Allard and Cole Lambert both had 1-2-3 and Dom Drapeau came within 3:21 of a shutout in an 8-1 triumph over the Patriots; and Allard scored two goals and handed out three assists and Lozowski wore the hat and added an assist in a 7-3 win over the Cobras, who got 1-1-2 from No. 16;
O. Kneeland wore the hat and set up two goals, Gallagher came through with a goal and two assists and Ferry three assists as Warriors Kneeland downed the Wolfpack 8-4 – Hamilton with 1-2-3, Penti three assists and Harrington two goals in the loss; No. 6 scored four goals and set up two others and Chech and Ferrio both had 2-1-3 as the Patriots trimmed Twice As Strong 10-8 – Mike Robinson with four goals, Jonathan Viliott three goals and an assist and Liam Donovan two assists in the loss; and TJ
McCarthy scored the winner with 8:23 left as the Cobras edged Twice As Strong 3-2 – Declan Grady with both goals in the loss;
The Falcons had two wins and a tie, the tie against the Hornets, who also posted a win, and the Minutemen also won twice. Mike Cedrone pitched a shutout and No. 15 had 1-1-2 as the Falcons topped the Chiefs 3-0; Will Palermino posted 1-2-3, Simon Bissell scored twice and Mike Doucette also had two assists in a 7-1 victory over the Mad Dogs; L. Baker scored twice and A. Dunbar scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as the Hornets edged Woburn 4-3 – and Brownell capped a hat trick 21 seconds into the third period and Robertson’s second goal of the game, with 63 seconds left, gave the Falcons a 6-6 tie with the Hornets, Norris with 1-2-3 for the Falcons and L. Baker four goals, A. Dunbar 2-1-3 and Gulino two assists for the Hornets; Leone and Hashi brought the game even with goals 41 seconds apart and M. Tuil then came through with 46 seconds left to give the Minutemen a 4-3 decision over the DOT Chiefs, Alcarez-Valenz and Mikalauskas both posting two assists—and Burdick scored twice and Bightman, McCoglan and Kiernan all had 1-1-2 in a 7-1 win over the Mad Dogs;
Drew Mackinnon and Jay Fortiades both had a goal and two assists and Colin Walsh scored twice as Lucky Pucks topped the Mad Dogs 6-3 – Marcus Novo with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Davage posted 1-2-3,Laverdure and Cerundolo both scored twice and Crosby had 1-1-2 as the Predators defeated the Wildcats 8-2 – Papineau with both goals in the loss.
The Jr. Jumbos won twice. Lajoie and No. 71 both scored twice, Torrisi had a goal and an assist and Cullen two assists in an 8-2 victory over the Winn Chiefs, J. Surrette with both goals in the loss – and the Jumbos topped the Hornets 3-1;
Aaron Zenus scored two goals and set up another and Logan Bridgewater had a goal and two assists as the Lighthouses downed North Reading 7-2; Richie Legere wore the hat and Steve Robishaw posted a goal and an assist in the Hornets’ 6-1 win over the Wild; and Hebert scored twice and Channel had 1-1-2 as the Winn Chiefs defeated the Wild 5-2.
The Redmen had a win and a tie. Campbell Pierce, Cole Stone and Mike Arsenault all wore hats and added an assist, Will O’Keefe also wore a hats, Kyle Morris and Sean Lane both had a goal and two assists and Jason Cooke two assists in a big win over the Lightning, who got 1-2-3 from Nick Sasso and two goals from Colin Savil – and Ethan Schena’s fifth goal of the game, with 4:24 left, gave the Madmen a 6-6 tie with the Redmen, Josh Perkins with 1-2-3 for the Madmen and Pierce 1-1-2 and Aaron Connolly two assists for the Redmen;
R. Gutierrez scored twice and J. Gutierrez pitched a shutout as the Whalers topped The Camels 4-0; No. 91 scored twice to lead the Mercenaries past The Camels 4-1; and Evan Danjoe scored twice and Kyle Lanagro had 1-1-2 as the Lightning topped the Whalers 7-0.
The Warthogs and Redmen both won three times. Chris Viscione wore the hat and dished out four assists, Noah Mills came through with two goals and two assists, Austin Allen 2-1-3, Anthony Viscione, Danny Kierce and John Spina all had 1-1-2 and Andrew Kass pitched a shutout in the Warthogs’ big win over Amesbury; Mills scored twice, Dave Hederman had 1-1-2 and Connor Feeney and No. 4 both added two assists in a 6-2 victory over the Hillies – and Anthony Viscione had 1-1-2, No. 3 two assists and Nicolas Pereira scored what turned out to be the winner with nine seconds left in the second period of a 4-3 decision over the Warriors; Pierce and No. 8 both scored twice and Ben O’Keefe pitched a shutout as the Redmen defeated Amesbury 7-0; Connolly had 1-1-2 in a 4-1 win over the Warriors – and No. 19 scored five goals and set up two others, Arsenault scored twice and handed out three assists and No. 8 posted 1-1-2 in a 9-4 victory over the Chiefs, who got 2-1-3 from Babineau and three assists from Grace;
Vose’s second goal of the game and a Foskett goal 40 seconds later midway through the third period gave the Hillies a 6-4 win over the Chiefs – Farmer with two assists in the win; and Brake scored in the third period to give the Stars a 1-1- tie with Amesbury – Mike Rybicki with a first-period goal for Amesbury.
Hart and Gayne both clicked for a goal and an assist and Brown pitched a shutout to lead the Ice Dogs past Wakefield 4-0; No. 18 scored four goals and set up another and No. 4 posted 1-1-2 as the Blue Wings downed Somerville 6-3 – Dres with 1-1-2 in the loss; Donovan pitched a shutout and Amaral set up two goals as Somerville topped South Boston 3-0; and Feeney wore the hat and Wines and Guerard both had 1-1-2 as the DOT Chiefs defeated South Boston 8-5 – Crowley and Lynch with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss.
TJ Aiello’s second goal of the game, to go with an assist, came with 1:43 left and gave Everett/Revere a 3-1 win over the NS Shamrocks; Chamberlain pitched a shutout and Petrone had a goal and an assist in the Friars’ 3-0 victory over the Shamrocks; The Rough Riders downed the Friars 6-4, despite four assists by Fournier and 1-1-2 apiece from Burke and Pacheco in the loss; and Pelletier, who also had an assist, scored with 1:35 left to give the Timbers a 2-2 tie with Twice As Strong.
Shirley Whitmore’s second goal of the game tied it with 5:51 left and Whitmore then capped a hat trick with 2:07 remaining to give Chaos a 4-3 decision over the Panthers; Robert McAllister scored what turned out to be the winner in the first period and Nick Sicurella came within 15 seconds of a shutout as Twice As Strong downed the Highlanders 4-1; Sousa scored four goals to lead the Sachems past the Mad Dogs 7-3 – Flynn and No. 86 with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; and Bruhn and Lariviere scored 32 seconds apart in the first period as the x-Comets defeated the Predators 4-1.
-– MIKE SHALIN, firstname.lastname@example.org