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The Vipers won the championship.
In the semifinals, Kyle Hentosh and Braden Haley both had two goals and an assist, Brandon Lafata posted a goal and and an assist, Dante Maribito and Sean Wrenn both set up two goals and Zachary Laramie and Aaron McDonnell lost a combined shutout when Ryan Verrier scored with 2:05 left as the Vipers beat the Rangers, 6-1; and Jacob Burhans and Jeremy Thelven shared the shutout and Troy Muldoon scored early as the Monarchs downed Seacoast, 3-0.
In the title game, Haley scored twice, Wrenn had 1-1-2 and Laramie and McDonnell shared the shutout in the Vipers’ 6-0 victory over the Monarchs.
PLAYOFF MVP: Braden Haley, Vipers
The Warriors won the crown.
In the semifinals, Nick Keroack scored twice in a three-goal third period, snapping a 1-1 tie with 3:27 left as the Warriors nipped the Wizards, 3-1; and Sam Stone scored one goal and assisted on four others, Bryson Bartell scored two late goals, Nolan Lavallee had two assists and Seacoast scored four times in the third period and downed the Avalanche, 5-5 - Connor Beatty with a goal and an assist and Andrew Contrada and Colin Boylan two assists apiece in the loss.
In the championship game, Jack Galligan lost a shutout bid when Bartell scored with 2:35 left and Keroack scored what turned out to be the winner with 5:27 remaining as the Warriors edged the Spartans, 2-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: Nick Keroack, Warriors
The Warriors won the title.
In the quarterfinals, Conner Laurendeau and Jack Walsh shared the shutout and Eamonn Silvia-Chandley scored twice as the Avalanche topped the Advantage, 2-0; and the Vipers edged Seacoast, 5-4.
In the semis, Matt Lucy scored two goals and assisted on another and Will Winship had a goal and an assist as the Warriors downed the Vipers, 5-1; and Jack Pinard pitched a shutout and Liam Gorman scored twice as the Wizards defeated the Avs, 3-0.
In the championship game, Lucy scored twice and Reese Popkin had a goal and an assist in the Warriors’ 6-2 win over the Wizards.
PLAYOFF MVP: Matt Lucy, Warriors.
The Cyclones took home the title.
In the quarterfinals, the Wizards downed the Avalanche, 7-2; and the Advantage nipped Seacoast, 6-4.
In the semis, Eric Hurrell set up two goals and Jacob Pellerin scored what turned out to be the winner with 7:02 left in the second period as the Cyclones nipped the Advantage, 4-2; and Nico Evangelous, Dalton McCann and Mike Amari all scored in the third period as the Warriors, coming from 2-0 down, rallied past the Wizards, 4-2.
In the championship game, Sean Mulholland’s third goal of the third period and fourth of the game came with 12.2 seconds left and gave the Cyclones a 5-4 decision over the Warriors - Jarod Harrington with a goal and an assist and Shane White two assists in the win and Dave Sacco two goals in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Sean Mulholland, Cyclones
The Advantage rode a pair of Bradford shutouts to the crown.
In the semifinals, Hammel had three assists and Bouthillier and O’Neil both had a goal and a setup in a 4-0 victory over the Wizards; and Ben Steeves wore a natural hat, Alex Gagne had a goal and two assists and Owen Stadheim a goal and an assist as the Avalanche downed the Blazers, 6-1.
In the title game, Bradford was strong in goal, Bouthillier scored twice and Cosentino had two assists as the Advantage beat the Avs, 4-0.
PLAYOFF MVP: Bradford, Advantage
The Vipers won the championship.
In the semifinals, Costanzo scored one goal and assisted on two others and the Vipers downed Seacoast, 4-3 in a shootout; and Brendan Gorman wore a natural hat in the second period and Joe Borelli scored twice as the Wizards defeated the Advantage, 5-2 - Dylan Cosentino with assists on both goals in the loss.
In the title game, Costanzo and Sarni both wore hats and Farrin scored twice as the Vipers beat the Wizards, 8-4 - Jackson Stuzynski with a goal and two assists and Sam Kalkstein and Gorman a goal and an assist apiece in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Costanzo, Vipers
The Advantage won the title.
In the quarterfinals, the Advantage beat the Warriors, 5-2; and Brendan MacNeil’s second goal of the game (he also had an assist), with 5:23 left, gave the Wizards a 4-3 decision over the Sharks, who got a goal and an assist apiece from Austin Borggard and Donovan Frias.
In the semifinals, the Advantage edged the Rangers, 4-3; and Assabet topped the Wizards, 5-3.
The Advantage then pulled out a 3-2 win over Assabet in the finals.
PLAYOFF MVP: None
Assabet was the winner.
In the semifinals, Henry Cohen scored five goals, Landan Resendes had a goal and two assists and Owen Layton also set up two goals in Assabet’s 6-3 win over the ’04 Avalanche Selects; and the ’05 Avalanche Elites edged the Wizards, 2-1.
Assabet then nipped the ’05 Avs to win it all.
PLAYOFF MVP: Henry Cohen
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