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The third-seeded Avalanche won the title.
In the quarterfinals, Brendan Sullivan wore the hat and had two assists, Mark Campbell scored two goals and assisted on another and Brendan Philippon set up three goals as the Avs beat No. 6 Nashua, 7-3 - Jay Drapeau with two goals in the loss; and the No. 4 Glades edged No. 5 Albany, 4-3.
In the semifinals, Campbell and Evan Tyros scored 1:58 apart in the third period to lift the Avs past No. 2 Seacoast, 3-1; and Mike Santinello had two goals and an assist and No. 19 scored what turned out to be the winner with 2:05 left as the top-seeded Falcons defeated the Glades, 5-4, despite a Parker Richards hat trick.
In the title game, Joey Dudek and Joe Grout both scored twice in the Avalanche's 4-0 victory over the Falcons.
PLAYOFF MVP: Brendan Sullivan, Avalanche
The top-seeded Warriors won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, Brian Riley, Charlie Kelleher, Dave Pickut and Mike Grise all had a goal and an assist as the No. 3 Falcons defeated the No. 6 Red Rangers, 5-2, Coray with both goals in the loss; and No. 5 Albany edged the No. 4 Glades, 4-3.
In the semifinals, Brent Hill scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period and Cam Askew had two assists as the Warriors beat Albany, 4-2; and Justin Jewell set up three goals, Spencer Young scored and Justin Robertson had a goal and an assists as No. 2 Seacoast topped the Falcons, 5-3, with DJ Petruzzelli posting a goal and an assist in the loss.
In the title game, Eric MacAdams had a goal and an assist as the Warriors defeated Seacoast, 5-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Eric MacAdams, Warriors
The top-seeded Falcons took the crown.
In the quarterfinals, James Wilson scored two goals and assisted on another and Ty Turgeon posted a goal and an assists as No. 3 Seacoast beat the No. 6 Crusaders, 4-2, Jacob Tomsik with a goal and an assists apiece; and William Steele snapped a 2-2 tie with 5:27 left in the second period, Sam Shorey had a goal and an assist and Adam Peck two assists as the No. 4 Glades trimmed No. 5 Nashua, 5-2.
In the semifinals, Charlie Parsons snapped a 3-3 tie with 1:28 left to lift the Falcons to a 5-3 win over the Glades, who got two goals from Cooper Norton; and Seacoast defeated the No. 2 Vipers, 3-2, in a shootout after Kyle Hentosh of the Vipers scored the third-period goal that led to overtime. Turgeon had a goal and an assists for the Spartans.
In the championship game, Jake Ryczek wore the hat and Jimmy Petrella had a goal and an assists as the Falcons beat Seacoast, 5-3, despite two goals by Wilson.
PLAYOFF MVP: Jake Ryczek, Falcons
The second-seeded Falcons won the title.
In the quarterfinals, Mike Sarnichiaro's second goal of the game, with 9:59 left, gave the No. 3 Warriors a 3-2 decision over No. 6 Seacoast; and No. 5 Albany nipped the No. 4 Avalanche, 3-1, as Sean Wilkinson, Logan DeScanio and Logan Scarlotta scored in the victory.
In the semifinals, Dylan Klopfer scored twice, Josh DeCarolis had a goal and an assist and John Peloso two assists as the Falcons defeated the Warriors, 5-1; and Christian Brinkley scored two goals and assisted on another, Ben Thomas and Marc McLaughlin both had a goal and an assist and Andrew McInerney two assists as No. 1 Assabet topped Albany, 5-1.
In the title game, DeCarolis and Riley Prattson both had a goal and two assists as the Falcons scored a 6-3 win over Assabet, which got two goals from McLaughlin.
PLAYOFF MVP: Josh DeCarolis, Falcons
The second-seeded Avalanche won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, Kyle Haskins scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as the No. 6 Glades edged the No. 3 Warriors, 2-1; and the No. 4 Red Rangers nipped No. 5 Albany by the same score.
In the semifinals, the Avalanche defeated the Red Rangers, 5-1 (game sheet had no rosters); and Pat Greene lost a shutout when Kyle Haskins scored with 2:42 left and Cam Mariani scored what turned out to be the winner with 9:46 left in the second period as the top-seeded Falcons defeated the Glades, 4-1.
In the title game, the Avalanche downed the Falcons, 3-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: to be determined
The third-seeded Red Rangers won the crown.
In the quarterfinals, the Red Rangers topped the No. 6 Vipers, 5-2; and No. 5 Seacoast bested No. 4 Nashua, 8-3.
In the semifinals, Jared Mscisz, who also had an assist, snapped a 4-4 tie with 7:28 left, Mat Horan set up three goals, Ryan Barrett scored two and Cam Lawhorne had also had a goal and an assist as the Rangers defeated the No. 2 Avalanche, 6-4; and Joey Flanagan, who had an earlier assist, scored with 1.2 seconds left to give the No. 1 Cyclones a 3-2 decision over Seacoast - Jarod Harrington with 1-1-2 in the win, while Chris Dowd scored both goals and Nick Marchuk assisted on both in the loss.
In the title game, Horan wore the hat and Mike Fitzgerald had three assists as the Red Rangers beat the Cyclones, 5-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: Matt Horan, Red Rangers
The No. 2 Crusaders won the championship.
In the semifinals, Cody Sealey and Cam Lowe (his second goal of the game) scored 33 seconds apart in the second period and the Crusaders topped No. 3 Assabet, 4-3; and No. 4 had two goals and two assists and No. 9 two goals and an assist as the No. 1 Falcons defeated the No. 4 Red Rangers, 5-1.
In the title game, Mike O'Malley scored the game winner and Sealey (1-1-2) and Lowe also scored the Crusaders edged the Falcons, 3-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Cam Lowe, Crusaders
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