The second-seeded Glades won the title.
In the semifinals, the Glades nipped No. 3 Assabet, 3-1 – and the top-seeded Wizards downed the Warriors, 9-1.
In the title game, Nate Gaboriault, who also had an assist, scored with 1:43 left and Logan Stanlislas then scored his second goal of the game 22 seconds later to give the Glades a 3-2 decision over the Wizards.
PLAYOFF MVP: Logan Stanislas, Glades
The top-seeded Warriors took home the crown.
In the semifinals, Ryan Farrow scored one goal and set up two others, Eric Lester scored twice and Caeden Dillman and Alex Suny both also dished out two assists as the Warriors defeated the No. 4 Rangers, 6-2 – and Liam Gorman scored twice, Sal Frelick and Shea Champagne both posted a goal and an assist and Pinard lost a shutout when Eric Degregorio scored with 3:36 left as the Wizards defeated No. 2 Seacoast, 5-1.
In the championship game, Suny, Mike Pierro, Will Winship (one assist) and Connor Sweeney (two assists) all scored in a 3:42 span of the first period as the Warriors scored a 5-3 victory over the Wizards.
PLAYOFF MVP: Connor Sweeney, Warriors
The top-seeded Warriors won the title.
In a play-in game, Evan Foulds had a goal and an assist and Jake Richards snapped a 1-1 tie 48 seconds into the third period and the Rangers went on to a 4-1 victory over Seacoast.
In the quarterfinals, Matt Bulman and Rocci DiFazio both had a goal and an assist as the No. 3 Advantage ‘01s defeated the Rangers, 5-1 – and Connor Wood, Nicky Niemo both scored twice and Connor Guyette and Jonah Janaro both had two assists as the No. 5 Glades downed the No. 4 Warriors, 4-2.
In the semis, the Wizards topped the Glades, 4-2 – and Bradford pitched a shutout and No. 8 scored twice as the ’02 Advantage trimmed the ’01 Advantage, 4-0.
In the championship game, John Fusco had a goal and an assist to lead the Wizards past the ’02 Advantage, 3-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: John Fusco, Wizards
No. 2 Seacoast won the chanmpionship.
In quarterfinal play, Jack Gilligan scored two minutes into overtime to give the Warriors a 3-2 decision over the Sharks, Zachary McKennelley with the other two goals in the win – and No. 5 Advantage Black topped No. 4 Advantage White, 5-2.
In the semifinals, Jack Williams had two goals and an assist and snapped a 3-3 tie with 28.6 seconds left to lift Seacoast past the Warriors, 5-3 – and Advantage Black edged the top-seeded Blazers, 2-1.
In the final, Williams scored the winner with 28 second left and finished with two goals and an assist, EZ Cormier and Carson James also scored twice and Alex Leibel had two assists as Seacoast nipped Advantage Black, 6-5, Johnson and T. Smith with a goal and an assist apiece in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Jack Williams, Seacoast
The top-seeded Warriors won the title.
In the quarterfinals, Sam Sibold scored two goals in 4:24 in the second period and the No. 6 Glades edged the No. 3 Avalanche, 2-1 – and Aaron Bono scored with 740 left and Jonathan Groth capped a hat trick with 1:40 remaining to give No. 4 Seacoast a 4-3 decision over the No. 5 Vipers.
In the semifinals, Charles Dean scored the winner with 7:10 left and Colin Van Stry had a goal and an assist as the Warriors nipped the Glades, 4-3 – and Matt Fusco scored 26 seconds into overtime to give the No. 2 Wizards a 4-3 decision over Seacoast, which got a goal and an assists from DJ Cagnina and a goal from Bono with 6:51 left in regulation to force OT.
In the final game, Van Stry and Mike Dinges both scored twice and Dean had two assists as the Warriors defeated the Wizards, 6-3 – Matt Fusco with a goal and an assist in the loss.
PLAYOFF MVP: Charles Dean, Warriors
The second-seeded Sharks won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, No. 3 Seacoast downed the No. 6 Rangers, 3-1 – and the No. 4 Advantage defeated the No. 5 Wizards, 8-2.
In the semifinals, Matt Kursonis, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 17 seconds left in the second period and Donovan Frias also had a goal and an assist as the Sharks edged Seacoast, 4-3 – Colin Chrisom with assists on all three goals and Brendan Chrisom two goals in the loss.
In the final game, Brady Sawyer had a goal and an assist as the Sharks topped Assabet, 4-1.
PLAYOFF MVP: Brady Sawyer, Sharks
The top-seeded Lightning won the title.
In the quarterfinals, the Lightning downed the No. 8 Advantage, 7-0; the No. 2 Wizards defeated the No. 7 Titans, 5-0; Danny Storella capped a hat trick with 8:56 left, No. 27 scored 32 seconds later, Jack Mertz scored 56 seconds after that and Emerson Marshall (two goals, assist) capped the rally with 5:45 remaining to give the No. 6 Stars an 8-6 win over the No. 3 Leafs, Kaden Freelove with a hat trick and Jacob Freelove a goal and an assist in the loss – and Jake Vana had a goal and an assist, Matt Conte scored twice, Ben Furrey had a goal and an assist and Troy Takesian lost a shutout when Connor Jalbert scored with nine seconds left as the No. 4 Chiefs topped No. 5 Ice Den, 4-1.
In the semifinals, the Lightning scored a big win over the Stars and the Wizards edged the Chiefs, 1-0.
In the championship game, AJ Bongiorno posted two goals and an assist and William Vote also scored twice, tallying the goal that turned out to be the winner with 13:32 left as the Lightning nipped the Wizards, 4-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: AJ Bongiorno, Lightning
The top-seeded Lighting won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, Jay Carter scored four goals, Luke Zermani had a goal and three assists, Nick Argento set up four goals and Jason Swaim twice as the Lightning scored a big win over the No. 8 Stars; the No. 2 NE Jets defeated the No. 7 Wizards, 9-1; No. 3 Wet Rivers edged No. 6 Ice Den, 7-6 – and Tyler Martins and Noah Pineo (two goals) scored 18 seconds apart late in the second period as the No. 4 Chiefs trimmed the No. 5 Titans, 4-2.
In the semifinals, the Lightning defeated the Chiefs, 7-1 – and the Jets nipped West River, 4-2.
In the title game, Carter wore the hat and had four assists, Teddy Stiga scored five goals and set up another and Zermani had a goal and three assists as the Lightning defeated the Jets, 11-4.
PLAYOFF MVP: Jay Carter, Lightning
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