Albany went 3-1 during the week, 2-0 against the Blazers and 1-1 against Pro Ambitions. Chris Hunt scored two goals and assisted on another and Brandon Closs had three assists in Albany’s 5-1 win over the Blazers; Matt Peretti had two goals and an assist, Mike Harris scored twice and Chris Hunt added two assists in a 5-1 win over the Blazers; Closs’s second goal of the game (to go with an assist) snapped a 3-3 tie with 2:14 left and Peretti scored two goals in 14 seconds in a 5-3 victory over Pro Ambitions, who got 1-1-2 from Jayson Riel - and Riel had 1-1-2 and Mark Piccirillo’s goal late in the second period turned out to be the winner as Pro Ambitions nipped Albany, 4-3, despite two goals by Closs;
Ethan Landry wore the hat, Cole Anderson had 1-2-3, Asa Palker and Mason Mable each had 1-1-2 and Devon Sprague two assists as the Monarchs ‘97’s beat the Avalanche, 10-3 - Giovanni Corsetto with two goals in the loss; and Zach McWhinnie pitched a shutout and Jonathan Donaghey had two assists as the Cyclones topped the Monarchs ‘97-Selects, 4-0.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brandon Closs, Albany
The Vipers won twice. Dante Maribito scored with 3:36 left to give his team a 2-1 decision over Pro Ambitions - and Braden Haley wore the hat, Evan Daddario and Christian Kukas both had 1-1-2 and Noah Maercklein and Brendan White each had two assists in a 6-1 triumph over the Monarchs;
Ty Turgeon scored with 13:47 left to give Seacoast a 2-2 tie with Pro Ambitions, which got both goals from Jack Waldman; Charlie Lawrence scored with 1:55 left to give the Wizards a 6-5 victory over the Crusaders - Richard Murphy with a goal and two assists, Paul McAuliffe two goals and Andrew Palmer 1-1-2 in the win and Tim Simoes wearing the hat in the loss; and Josh Chapman delivered 2-1-3 and Nate Rumford and Callahan Loos both had 1-2-3 in the Monarchs’ 6-3 victory over the Wizards.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Charlie Lawrence, Wizards
Seacoast had a win and a tie and the Avalanche went 2-1. Quinn Tuck and Bryson Bartell both had 1-1-2 in Seacoast’s 5-2 win over the Warriors, who got 1-1-2 from McGrail - and David Murray scored with 6:21 left in the second period to give the Blazers a 1-1 tie with Seacoast, which got an early goal from Luke Pepin; Griffin Gagne had 1-1-2 and Colin Boylan two assists as the Avs defeated the Crusaders, 4-1 - and Doug Champagne and Tim Cronin both scored twice, Connor Beatty had 1-1-2, Mike Kesselring and Drew Livingston both had two assists and Nevin Tardif lost a shutout when Tyler Lisieski scored with 1:09 left in the Avs’ 6-1 win over Albany;
Brett Rahbany (1-1-2) scored with 10 seconds left to give the Wizards a 2-1 decision over the Warriors; Gino Ramasci, Sam Stone and Alex Maffeo all had 1-1-2 in a 1:50 span late in the second period to lift the Red Rangers past Albany, 3-1; Cam Speck had two assists as Albany scored a 3-1 win over the Rangers; and Caulin Hanify scored in the second period and the Crusaders edged the Avs, 1-0 (coaches, a goalie for the shutout???).
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brett Rahbany, Wizards
The Warriors ’00 Elites had two wins and a tie and Seacoast and the Avalanche both had a win and a tie. Will Winship scored twice and Matt Lucy had two assists as the Warriors beat the Glades, 4-2; Joe Biddle and Alex Duncan both had 1-2-3, Winship scored twice and Lucy had 1-1-2 as the Warriors ‘00s beat the ‘01s, 7-3, with Griffin and McCann posting 1-1-2 apiece in the loss - and Shane O’Leary scored with 1:38 left, 50 seconds after Henry Hodde had put his team ahead, to give the ‘00s a 3-3 tie with the Glades; Garrett Foster scored two goals and assisted on three others, Hunter McCoy had 2-1-3 and Joe Nyahhay 1-2-3 in Seacoast’s 7-1 win over the ’01 Warriors - and Sean Brown scored in the second period to give the Spartans a 1-1 tie with the Vipers, who got a first-period goal from Anthony Forziati; Kyle Greer scored one goal and assisted on three others, Cody Sullivan had 2-1-3, Dan Israel assisted on three goals, Josh Connor scored two, Cam Fagan and Len Brochu both posted 1-1-2, Eamon Silvia-Chandley had two assists and Nick Kazmouz and Conner Laurendeau shared the shutout as the Avalanche scored a big win over the Wizards - and Jack Cronin’s second goal of the game, with 7:56 left, gave the ’01 Warriors a 3-3tie with the Avalanche, Nick Cafarelli with two assists for the Warriors and Mark Sousa 1-1-2 for the Avs;
Matt Shea scored with 2:50 left to give the Advantage a 2-1 decision over the Crusaders - and No. 10 scored twice and Milbury had 1-1-2 as the Blazers defeated the Red Rangers, 6-2 - Marino and Smith with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Will Winship, ’00 Warriors
The Avalanche had a win and two ties, the Wizards went 1-1-1 and the Advantage also wore two ties. Kyle Chauvete pitched a shutout and Nathan Chickering scored in the first period as the Avs stopped the Wizards, 2-0; Jeff Pollara scored with 1:53 left and then again with :53 on the clock to give the Advantage a 4-4 tie with the Avs, as Rocco DiFazio had 1-1-2 and Nick Hurley two assists for the Advantage; and Chickering of the Avs and No. 8 of the Wizards traded third-period goals in a 1-1 tie; and No. 6 (1-2-3) scored with 6:46 left and Christian Willett had 1-1-2 as the Advantage pulled out a 3-3 tie with Seacoast - and Charles Lambert and Casen Janko shared the shutout and Nick Moniz scored in the first period as the Wizards topped Assabet, 2-0;
In the other game, Sean Mulholland scored one goals and assisted on three others, Jared Harrington had 2-1-3 and Eric Hurrell 1-1-2 as the Cyclones defeated Assabet, 7-3 - Anthony Vallerand with 2-1-3 and Kevin Campbell 1-1-2 in the loss.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Nathan Chickering, Avalanche
In the East, Brandon Burrough scored twice in the third period and Eric Hodgkins had a goal and two assists as the Avalanche edged the Red Rangers, 4-3 - Griffin Masseur with two goals and Jake DiNapoli 1-1-2 in the loss; Matt Fusco wore the hat, Gerald Cutone had two assists and William Rinaldi scored what turned out to be the winner with 7:37 left as the Wizards edged the Blazers, 4-3 - Hutchinson with 1-1-2 in the loss; Ian Driscoll went for 2-1-3 and Peyton Defeo and Pat Somerville each had two assists in a 5-2 Warriors win over the Avalanche; and Hammel and Bracco scored in the first period and the Advantage nipped the Wizards, 2-1.
In the West, the Warriors went 2-1-1 and Seacoast also won twice. Calvin Mansfield and Matt Elliott both had 1-2-3, Jared Venezia scored twice and Pat Moran had 1-1-2 in a 7-0 win over Assabet; Drew Blackwell snapped a 3-3 tie with1:42 left and Anthony Cafarelli had 1-1-2 in a 5-3 decision over the Monarchs, who got 1-2-3 from Kevin McGuire and two goals from Cam Waslyak; Kyle Elliott scored with 10:29 left to give the Red Rangers a 1-1 tie with the Warriors, who got a first-period goal from Blackwell - and Dylan Breen pitched a shutout and Mike O’Malley scored in the first period of Assabet’s 2-0 win over the Warriors; Spencer Aubin scored the winner with 13:37 left, Ed Towlson scored twice and Colin Rosato had 1-1-2 as Seacoast overcame four goals by Wilson and edged the Advantage, 5-4 - and Cy LeClerc scored two goals and assisted on three others and Robbie Bernier had two assists in a 5-1 victory over the Monarchs.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Cy LeClerc, Seacoast, Wizards
Assabet won twice, beating the Wizards, 3-2, and Pro Ambitions, 6-0, but we don't have the game sheets; and the Wizards had a win and a tie. Brendan MacNeil wore the hat, Jackson Stuzynski had 1-1-2 and Davis Lambert and Derek Duplessis both had two assists as the Wizards topped the Monarch, 5-2, Noah Malcolm with both goals in the loss - and MacNeil scored with 3:07 left to give the Wizards a 3-3 tie with the Advantage, who got all three goals from Brady Lewis and two assists from Aidan Healey.
Jonathan Patch scored two goals and assisted on two others, John Beatrice had 2-1-3, Owen White three assists and Griffin Schwab two goals as the Red Rangers topped the Advantage, 6-2; and No. 33 and No. 10 scored late goals to give the Crusaders a 3-2 victory over the Cyclones.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brendan MacNeil, Wizards
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