American Roundups - 2012 Playoffs

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The Monarchs won the title.


In the quarterfinals, Nick Botticelli, who also had an assist, scored the winner with 8:44 left as the Red Rangers topped the Cyclones, 3-2; and Assabet defeated Albany, 5-2 (missing game sheet).


In the semis, Trevor Cosgrove had two goals and an assist and Devon Sprague a goal and a helper as the Monarchs trimmed the Red Rangers, 6-4; and Bryce Jacob assisted on three goals and Matt Steeves scored two in the Avalanche's 6-1 win over Assabet.


In the championship game, Sprague and Asa Palker both posted a goal and an assist in the Monarchs' 5-2 triumph over the Avs.


PLAYOFF MVP: Devon Sprague, Monarchs



Seacoast won the championship.


In the quarterfinals, Pro Ambitions edged the Red Rangers, 4-3 and Seacoast beat the Monarchs, 7-3 (missing game sheets).


In the semifinals, James Wilson scored twice, Tate Singleton had a goal and an assist and Jack Norton two assists in Seacoast's 5-1 win over the Glades; and Pro Ambitions defeated the Vipers, 4-3 in a shootout (5-4 in the shootout), as Kevin Morrissey had two assists in the win and Kyle Lynch two assists in the loss.


In the title game, Colin Seeley made 39 saves, Norton scored twice and Ty Turgeon and Owen Elliott each had a goal and an assist in a 6-2 victory over Pro Ambitions.


PLAYOFF MVP: Jack Norton, Seacoast.


Seacoast edged the Warriors to win the crown.


In the quarterfinals, Evan Reddick scored with 2:06 left to give the Warriors a 3-2 decision over the Wizards; and Connor Beatty and Tim Cronin scored in the first period as the Avalanche edged the Red Rangers, 2-1.


In the semifinals; Drew Eid had 1-1-2 and Henry Reznicek two assists in Seacoast's 4-1 win over the Avalanche; and the Warriors nipped the Advantage, 3-1 (missing game sheet).


In the final game, Bryson Bartell assisted on both goals and Greg Stohrer scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:30 left in the second period of Seacoast's 2-1 victory over the Warriors.


PLAYOFF MVP: Bryson Bartell, Seacoast


The Warriors '00 Elites won the championship.


In quarterfinal play, Tyler Manzi, who had an earlier assist, scored with 2:10 left to give the Vipers a 3-2 win over the Red Rangers, who got 1-1-2 from Smith and a goal from Roche with 2:41 left in regulation to force OT; and the Glades edged the Advantage, 2-1 in a shootout (missing game sheet).


In the semifinals, Matt Lucy struck for two goals and an assist, Will Winship posted 1-1-2, Jake Lachance had two assists and Ryan St. Jean and Kenny Hodge shared the shutout as the Warriors defeated the Glades, 5-0; and Josh Connor scored twice as the Avs clipped the Vipers, 3-1.


In the title game, Lucy scored twice and Winship had 1-1-2 in the Warriors' 4-2 victory over the Avs.


PLAYOFF MVP: Matt Lucy, Warriors


The Cyclones won the title.


In the semifinals, Joey Flanagan snapped a 1-1 tie with 8:40 left as the Cyclones nipped Assabet, 3-1; and Cole Cleary and Tom Miller scored in the first period and Charles Lambert and Casen Janko lost a combined shutout when Parker Roberto scored with 0.6 seconds left as the Wizards defeated the Avalanche, 2-1.


In the championship game, Sean Mulholland had two goals and an assist, Jarod Harrington a goal and two assists, Flanagan three assists and Travis Marchant two goals in the Cyclones downed the Wizards, 6-3 - John Fusco with two goals and Joe O'Brien 1-1-2 in the loss.


PLAYOFF MVP: Joey Flanagan, Cyclones


The Blazers won the title in a thrilling final.


In the semifinals, Lincoln scored with 3:01 left in overtime, after Schofield's second goal forced OT with 1:50 left in regulation, to give the Blazers a 4-3 decision over the Warriors; and Lovell scored twice in the second period and Goodrich lost a shutout on a Tyler Day goal with 2:25 left as the Advantage defeated the Wizards, 3-1.


In the championship game, Halloran, who had a goal and two assists in regulation, also scored in the shootout as the Blazers beat the Advantage, 4-3 - Lovell forcing OT with a goal with 19 seconds left, while Godin had 1-2-3 in the loss.


PLAYOFF MVP: Halloran, Blazers


The Monarchs won the championship.


In the semifinals, Kevin McGuire scored the winner with 2:54 left as the Monarchs edged Assabet, 3-2, despite a goal and an assist from Dyland Breen; and Spencer Aubin scored twice in Seacoast's 4-1 win over the Red Rangers.


In the title game, Cam Wasylak capped a hat trick with what proved to be the winning goal with 4:25 left and Brady Burke assisted on two of the goals in the Monarchs' 3-2 win over Seacoast.


PLAYOFF MVP: Cam Wasylak, Monarchs


The Advantage won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, the Red Rangers edged Assabet, 2-1; and the Wizards scored a big win over the Monarchs (missing game sheets).

In the semifinals, Danny Sheehan scored with 18.7 seconds left to give the Advantage a 2-1 decision over the Red Rangers; and Nik Anestis scored four goals and assisted on two others and Jackson Stuzynski had 1-1-2 as the Wizards topped the Cyclones, 8-4, with Nathan Glencross scoring twice in the loss.

In the title game, Connor Kelly wore the hat and had two assists, Colin Reid posted a goal and two assists and Matt Sullivan and Brady Lewis each had a goal and an assist as the Advantage defeated the Wizards, 7-2.

Connor Kelly, Advantage


Assabet won the title, and then celebrated its win by skating in Three Minutes of Fame between periods of the March 17 Bruins-Flyers game.


In the semifinals, Sophie Ensley scored four goals, Carter had two goals and an assist, Flynn three assists and Argento two in Assabet's 7-3 win over the Advantage, who got two goals from O'Connell; and Capello (2-1-3) scored the winning goal with 0.5 on the clock to give the Blazers a 5-4 victory over the Avalanche, as Pumphret and Powers both had 1-1-2 in the win and Ben Muthersbaugh capped a great season with 2-1-3 in the loss.


In the championship game, Murphy wore the hat, Carter scored twice, Vote had 1-1-2, Flynn two assists and Ensley another goal in Assabet's 8-2 victory over the Blazers, who got 1-1-2 from Broderick.


PLAYOFF MVP: Sophie Ensley, Assabet


MIKE SHALIN, mshalin@valley-associates.com

American Roundups - 2012 Playoffs
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