The Monarchs '97s went 2-1. Ryan Flett and Trevor Cosgrove both had a goal and two assists and Mason Mable scored twice in a 5-2 victory over the Cyclones, who got two goals from Drew Gounaris and two assists from Anthony Gulliver - and the '97s beat the '97 Selects, 6-3, and Robby McLean wore the hat, Dan O'Leary had a goal and an assist and Colin Quinn two assists as the Red Rangers topped the Monarchs '97 Monarchs, 7-4.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Robby McLean, Red Rangers
The Glades posted a win and a tie against Seacoast. Adam Peck capped a two-goal/one assist effort with the winning goal with 59 seconds left, Cooper Norton had a goal and an assist and the Glades scored three goals in the third period and edged the Spartans, 4-3, despite Ty Turgeon wearing the hat and Jack Norton assisting on all three goals in the loss - and Andrew Bechard had a goal and an assist in the second period as the Glades came back from a 2-0 deficit and tied Seacoast, 2-2, Norton and James Wilson with a goal and an assist apiece for Seacoast;
Kyle Lynch had two goals and an assist, Kyle Hentosh set up three goals, Dante Maribito had a goal and an helper and Zach Larimee lost a shutout when Richard Murphy scored two seconds left as the Vipers beat the Wizards, 5-1; Christian Bassi and Sam Best shared the shutout and Louis Finocchiaro scored late in the second period as the Red Rangers topped the Monarchs, 2-0; and Paul McAuliffe scored two goals and assisted on another and Murphy had 1-1-2 as the Wizards defeated the Crusaders, 4-2.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jack Norton, Seacoast
The Red Rangers won twice and the Wizards had a win and a tie. Sam Stone scored four goals, Gino Ramasci had three assists, Pat Hughes delivered 1-1-2 and Nathan O'Neil two assists as the Red Rangers defeated the Crusaders, 6-3 - and the Rangers beat the Advantage, 4-2; Brett Rahbany scored one goal and assisted on three others and Nico Frelick scored twice in the Wizards' 6-3 victory over the Blazers - and Rahbany scored with 16.6 seconds left to give the Wizards a 2-2 tie with the Avalanche;
Tim Richardson scored twice and Wes Phillips scored what turned out to be the winner with 6:26 left as the Crusaders edged the Blazers, 3-2 - Joe Dragon with 1-1-2 in the loss; Joey Pasquini scored the winner with 2:14 left and Tyler Lisieski had a goal and two assists in Albany's 4-3 decision over the Blazers, who got two assists from Jerry Harding; and, in results only, the Advantage and Seacoast tied, 5-5, and the Warriors and Crusaders tied, 2-2.
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: Rahbany, Wizards, Stone Red Rangers
The Advantage and Crusaders both won twice, the Advantage getting two shutouts from Luke Garrity and Worcester defeating the Blazers twice. Reilly Moran scored early in the Advantage's 1-0 win over Seacoast - and No. 6 scored in the second period of a 4-0 victory over the Wizards; Ryan Leblanc snapped a 2-2 tie with 12:45 left and Anthony Quinlivan scored twice as the Crusaders topped the Blazers, 4-2 - No. 10 with two assists in the loss - and the Crusaders won the other game, 4-1;
Shane O'Leary and Alex Duncan both had a goal and an assist and Connor Sweeney posted two assists as the Warriors beat Seacoast, 4-2, Ben Peffer with assists on both goals in the loss; Damon Maribito had two goals and an assist, Tyler Manzi 1-1-2 and Ryan Groark two assists as the Red Rangers defeated Albany, 5-0; Cody Sullivan had 1-1-2 as the Avalanche edged the Vipers, 3-2 - No. 10 with assists on both goals in the loss; and Welch pitched a s shutout and Dimeco scored late in the second period as the Red Rangers edged the Warriors, 1-0.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Luke Garrity, Advantage
The Wizards and Avalanche both won twice. John Fusco posted a goal and two assists, Joe O'Brien scored twice, Cole Cleary had a goal and a helper and Tom Miller two assists as the Wizards beat Seacoast, 6-3, Tyler Gaulin with a goal and an assist in the loss - and Fusco scored two goals and assisted on another, Cade Nagahama had 1-2-3, Mike McEachern two assists and Casen Janko the shutout in a 3-0 victory over the Cyclones; Parker Roberto wore the hat and Griffin Bono scored twice as the Avalanche topped Seacoast, 3-2, Chris Roy with both goals in the loss - and the Avs nipped the Advantage, 2-1;
In the other game, Kevin Campbell snapped a 2-2 tie with eight seconds left in the second period and Assabet defeated the Cyclones, 4-2 - Sean Mulholland with a goal and an assist in the loss.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: John Fusco, Wizards
The Blazers went 2-0-2, the Wizards won three times, twice over Albany, and the Warriors had a win and a tie in the East, the Warriors also losing a game. Matt Fusco scored twice, Gerald Cutone had 1-1-2, Tyler Day posted two assists, William Rinaldi and Cutone scored 31 seconds apart and the Wizards scored three times in a 2:38 span of the third period to nip the Warriors, 5-3, as Zach McKennelley had 1-1-2 and Ian Driscoll two assists in the loss; Rinaldi wore the hat and had an assist, Trevor Lopez scored twice and Fusco had two assists in a 7-2 win over Albany, which got two goals from Jack Barbre - and Grant Porter (1-1-2) scored with 5:31 left to give the Wizards a 2-1 decision over Albany; Paul Halloran scored twice, John Schofield had two assists and Cam Giunta pitched a shutout as the Blazers beat the Monarchs, 4-0; the Blazers edged the Advantage, 1-0 -- and Halloran scored with 11:21 left to give the Blazers a 1-1 tie with the Avs; Calvin Mansfield scored two goals and assisted on three others, Pat Moran had 2-1-3, Peyton Defeo 1-1-2 and Tristan Witz the shutout as the Warriors scored a big win over the Monarchs - and Ned Malolepszy scored the tying goal with 7:50 left and McKennelley had two assists as the Warriors pulled out a 3-3 tie with the Blazers, who got two goals from Halloran.
In another game, Ben Steeves and Eric Hodgkins both scored two goals and assisted on three others, Kyle Lavigne wore the hat, Ryan Sweeney had a goal and an assists and Brenden Herbert two assists as the Avs beat the Monarchs, 8-1;
In the West, Garrison Gagnon had a goal and an assist as the Monarchs defeated the Advantage, 4-2; Jake DiNapoli capped a three-goal Red Rangers first period with a goal with 1:59 left and the Rangers edged Seacoast, 3-2; and the Advantage nipped the Warriors, 5-4.
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: Paul Halloran, Cam Giunta, Blazers
Jackson Stuzynski scored two goals and assisted on another, Joe Tardif also scored twice and Nikolas Anestis had 1-1-2 as the Wizards beat pro Ambition, 12-4 - Ryan Scanlon with all four goals in the loss; Will Kelleher (2-1-3) scored the winner with 4:43 left, Graham Brady also scored twice and Adam Morey and Ethan Perry both had two assists as Assabet edged the Monarchs, 5-4 - despite a hat trick by Noah Malcolm; Owen White and John Beatrice both scored twice and Jonathan Patch had two assists as the Red Rangers topped Assabet, 5-1; Nathan Glencross capped a six-goal game with the winner with 2:10 left as the Cyclones edged the Wizards, 6-5 - Stuzynski with 1-1-2 and Dom Hall two assists in the loss; and Danny Sheehan wore a natural had and Donnor Kelly had 1-2-3 as the Advantage beat the Cyclones, 6-2 - Glencross with two more goals in the loss.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Nathan Glencross, Cyclones
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