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Keep 'Em Coming!

Coaches have been uploading 2017-18 schedules for the past couple of weeks and, to date, we have roughly half of all those we need. If you are looking for a schedule for any of the schools listed below, you're in luck. But, as mentioned, we're only halfway there. We're going to start creating our composite schedules in a few days and don't want any schools left out.

Thank you to all coaches.

Here are the NEPSIHA teams we have so far:

Albany Academy, Andover, Avon Old Farms, BB&N, Berkshire, Berwick, Brewster Academy, Brunswick, Exeter, Groton, Hebron, Holderness, Kent, Kents Hill, Kimball Union, Millbrook, Noble & Greenough, North Yarmouth Academy, Northfield-Mt. Hermon, Pomfret, Proctor, Rivers, Salisbury, St. Mark's, St. Paul's, St. Sebastian's, Tabor, Tilton, Trinity-Pawling, and Westminster.

Non-NEPSIHA teams we have:

Académie Saint-Louis, Austin Prep, Gilmour Academy, Hill School, Portledge, Rice Memorial, St. John's Prep, The Hun School, and Wyoming Seminary.

Note: We don't want anyone hunting for a schedule that isn't there, so we will update the above list as additional schedules are posted.

Updates: The two most recent schedules to be uploaded are Proctor and Trinity-Pawling.



 

Monday Nov. 27th Jamboree Results


-- St. Paul's Jamboree (Day 2 of 2)
All games are scrimmages.
10:00 am -- Tabor 4, Taft 3
12:15 pm -- St. Paul's 4, Groton  3

-- Lawrence T. Piatelli Jamboree (One-day event)
At the Berkshire School; Sheffield, Mass.

All games are scrimmages.
Rink 1:
 9:30 am -- Pomfret 3, Brunswick 1
11:30 am -- Nichols 2, Berkshire 1
 1:30 pm -- Canterbury 4, Pomfret 1
 3:30 pm -- Northwood 2, Berkshire
Rink 2:
10:00 am -- Kent 5, Canterbury 1
12:00 pm -- Northwood 4, Gunnery 3
 2:00 pm -- Nichols 4, Brunswick 3
 4:00 pm -- Gunnery 2, Kent 1

-- Hotchkiss Jamboree (One-day event)
At Hotchkiss School; Lakeville, Conn.

All games are scrimmages.
(These games were a little more casual than today's other scrimmages. We were there, and at least half the games didn't show the score on the scoreboard.)

Schmidt Rink (NHL)
1:00 pm -- Hotchkiss vs. Loomis (1st half) H-PP
2:00 pm -- Hotchkiss vs. Loomis (2nd half) L-PP
2:55 pm -- Loomis vs. Millbrook (1st half) M-PP
3:55 pm -- Loomis vs. Millbrook (2nd half) L-PP
4:50 pm -- Millbrook vs. Hotchkiss (1st half) M-PP
5:50 pm -- Millbrook vs. Hotchkiss (2nd half) H-PP
Dwyer Rink (Olympic)
1:15 pm -- Salisbury vs. Westminster (1st half) S-PP
2:15 pm -- Salisbury vs. Westminster (2nd half) W-PP
3:10 pm -- Westminster vs. Trinity-Pawling (1st half) TP-PP
4:10pm -- Westminster vs. Trinity-Pawling (2nd half) W-PP
5:05 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Salisbury (1st half) TP-PP
6:05 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Salisbury (2nd half) S-PP

@ Lawrence Academy 2, Brooks 0, 4:00 pm (S)

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Northeast Showcase
-- The 24th Annual Northeast Showcase was held over the weekend at New Hampton and Tilton. The scores -- and more -- can be found here.

2017 Northeast Showcase Results



 

Sunday Nov. 26th Jamboree Results

All below games are scrimmages.

-- St. Paul's Jamboree (Day 1 of 2)
At the St. Paul's School; Concord, NH
10:00 am -- Taft 6, St. Paul's 0
12:15 pm -- Tabor 5, Groton 2
 4:00 pm -- Tabor 8, St. Paul's 3
 6:15 pm -- Taft 4, Groton 3 (OT)


-- Proctor Academy Jamboree (One-day event)
At Proctor Academy; Andover, NH
10:00 am -- Holderness 2, Berwick 0
11:00 am -- Proctor 1, Williston 0
12:00 pm -- Vermont Flames U14 vs. Top Gun U14
 1:30 pm -- Vermont Academy 3, Berwick 1
 2:30 pm -- Williston 1, Holderness 1
 3:30 pm -- Proctor 2, Vermont Academy 2
(Note: Thirty minute games, two-minute minors, stop time.)


-- At the Dexter Southfield School; Brookline, Mass.
10:15 am -- St. Andrew's College 3, Dexter 2  Box Score

 

 

Belmont Hill Jamboree
8:30 am -- Proctor Academy 2, Belmont Hill 1 -- David Netburn and Ronan Walsh scored for Proctor.

10:00 am -- Winchendon 4, St. Mark's 1 -- St. Mark's went up 1-0 early on a goal by Gibbons, but Winchendon answered with four straight. Leading the way were Matt Fawcett (2g, 1a), Ryan Black (3a), Cam Gendron (1g,1a), and Danny Cavanagh (1g).

11:30 am -- St. Andrew's College 8, Proctor Academy 2 -- Brendan Bowie (2g,2a), Matthew McKim (3a), Ian MacLean (2g). Evan McIntyre (1g,1a), Mark Hillier (1g,1a), and Thomas Munro (2a) all had multiple points for St. Andrew's.

1:00 pm -- Winchendon 5, Belmont Hill 2 -- Ryan Black (2g,1a), Ville Rainio (1g,1a), Danny Allen (1g,1a), Cam Gendron (1g,1a), Matt Fawcett (2a) led the way for Winchendon. Grant and Khozozian scored for Bel Hill.

2:30 pm -- St. Andrew's College 6, St. Mark's 0 -- Didn't get to see this one.

Notes:

Belmont Hill: Losing Christian O'Neill (Omaha/Princeton) and Sam Hesler (Wenatchee/Dartmouth), each of whom had 19 goals last season, is a huge loss up front -- and finding that kind of scoring is difficult. Up front, we thought senior center Noah Traylor played with a lot of energy and his linemate junior Mike Holland we noted a bit too. The defense will be a strength,  with James Perullo leading the way. John Copeland, a 6'7" right shot, has been converted to D this year, and it will be interesting to see how he progresses during the course of the season. Goaltending, with Connor Hopkins (Yale) and Jack Eselius, is also strength. If the Hillies can find the scoring they could be in the hunt again, but that's a big if.

Proctor: With USHR Prep Player of the Year Reilly Walsh off to Harvard, the Hornets have a vastly different look this season. Also lost to graduation is Matt Slick (Chilliwack) who provided solid defensive cover for Walsh's end-to-end rushes, and leading scorer Tate Singleton (Army). The top returning scorer is senior center Cole Joslin and not far behind him is junior Myles Abbate, a strong skater. Sophomore wing Ronan Walsh, Reilly's younger brother, has a lot of upside, with his size and sense of the game. But he's an '02 and 6'4"; his skating hasn't caught up with this body. Sophomore Aidan Torres will have to take a big role on the blue line.

Winchendon: They've lost three of their top four scorers to graduation: Mike Hardman (Des Moines/Union), Ben Thomas (Sioux Falls/Union), and Johnny Mulera (Junior Bruins/Providence College). But Matt Fawcett, a Quinnipiac recruit, is back and leads the attack. Senior Cam Gendron looks bigger and stronger and will be a player to watch closely. Senior F Danny Allen will have to use his speed to play a bigger role in the offense. The most impressive newcomer we saw on Winchendon is Ryan Black, a '99 PG who played last year at Woodstock Academy (Conn. D-III HS). He's a heady player with a nose for the net. If his skating can improve a little bit, he'll draw college interest. Sophomore Danny Cavanagh, from Bishop Hendricken and the Rhode Island Cavanaghs, is an '02 whose youth and bloodlines alone make him one to keep an eye on. 6'4" PG James Corcoran, from Walpole High, is Winchendon's #1 goalie. Corcoran led Walpole High to the Mass Super 8 last March with a .046 gaa and .970 save %. Winchendon scored a ton of goals last year, but they also gave up too many. Corcoran will be key to Winchendon's fortunes.

St. Mark's: The team only has four seniors, two of whom are goaltenders. They've lost so much from last year. Gone are all those '01s: Sean Farrell (NTDP/Harvard), Henry Thrun (NTDP/Harvard), Colby Bailey (Nobles), Tyler Young (Lawrence). Also gone, via graduation, is Ethan Kimball (Powell River). And injuries? Sophomore D Tucker Hartmann was out today, as was newcomer Matt Toporowski from the Lac St-Louis Lions (Quebec Midget AAA). Coach Carl Corazzini sees the 5'7" Toporowski, who is a high-end NESCAC/lower-end DI player, as his top center.  Despite all this, Corazzini says he's excited about watching his young team evolve over the course of the season. '02 defenseman Ian Moore, from the Minuteman Flames, is a newcomer to watch.

St. Andrew's College: They lack the high-enders they had last year. We're talking Cam Hillis (OHL), Corey Andonovski (Chilliwack/Princeton), Morgan Barron (Cornell), and Ryan O'Connell (Pentiction/BU). All gone. But there's depth to this team, and they play with pace. Today, in their 12th and 13th games of the season, they had no problem, topping Proctor and St. Mark's by a combined score of 14-2. Top-line forwards Matthew McKim and Brendan Bowie were standouts. Third line center Mark Hillier, an '02 sophomore from Newfoundland, is a player to watch. On D, we liked left-shot senior Evan McIntyre. Didn't get a strong feel for the goalies. Head coach David Manning did not make the trip, as he and his wife just have a new-born baby at home. St. Andrew's will scrimmage Dexter at 10:15 Sunday morning before heading back to Toronto. They will return for the St. Sebastian's Tournament Dec. 15-17.


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Other prep scrimmages today:

Thayer 5, Rivers 0, 10:00 am at Rivers (S)

Nobles 5, St. Sebastian's 1,  2:00 pm @ Nobles (S)


 

A Hockey Memoir

A couple of weeks ago, we received an unsolicited article that wonderfully recalls Princeton Day School's upset win over powerhouse Kent School in the semifinals of the 1969 Flood-Marr Tournament. The two key figures are no longer with us: Kent's Larry Piatelli, who went on to play for Harvard, going to back-to-back NCAA Final Fours in '74 and '75; and Princeton Day School goaltender Christopher Reeve, who would later find fame as an actor -- most notably in the role of "Superman" -- before a 1995 accident in an equestrian event left him a quadriplegic for life. Reeve died in 2004. Piatelli went on to coach at Fenn, Kent, and Governor Dummer. In 2007 he took over as headmaster of the Berkshire School, but, after just a few months in his new position, died at age 51 after suffering a heart attack while playing in an adult rec league hockey game in Albany, NY. Berkshire's Piatelli Hockey Jamboree, which takes place next Monday, is named in his honor.

The author of the piece, which appeared in slightly different form in the Princeton Day School Alumni Magazine, is Bill Schluter, who today is head of the Upper School at the Tatnall School in Wilmington, Delaware. 


A Hockey Memoir



 

Schedules Galore

Here are the schedules that coaches have uploaded as of this morning. Thank you one and all! There is about a dozen more we need to get to 100%.

We will update as we get additional schedules.

Albany Academy, Andover, Avon Old Farms, BB&N, Berkshire, Berwick, Brewster, Brunswick, Canterbury, Cushing, Dexter, Exeter, Governor's, Groton, Gunnery, Hebron, Holderness, Kent, Kents Hill, Kimball Union, Lawrence, Loomis, Middlesex, Millbrook, Milton, New Hampton, Noble & Greenough, North Yarmouth Academy, Northfield - Mt. Hermon, Pomfret, Portsmouth Abbey, Proctor, Rivers, Salisbury, St. George's, St. Mark's, St. Paul's, St. Sebastian's, Tabor, Taft, Tilton, Trinity-Pawling, Vermont Academy, Westminster, Williston-Northampton, Winchendon. Non-NEPSIHA Preps: Académie Saint-Louis, Austin Prep, Christian Brothers Academy, Delbarton, Gilmour Academy, Harvey, Hill School, La Salle College, Lawrenceville, Nichols, Portledge, Rice Memorial, St. Andrew's College, St. John's Prep, The Hun School, Wyoming Seminary.



Prep Composite Schedule, Week of Nov. 20, 2017

Mon. Nov. 20, 2017
Chaminade @ Portledge, 5:30 pm

Tues. Nov. 21, 2017
Wyoming Seminary @ Bergen Catholic, 2:45 pm (S)
Portledge @ Delbarton, 4:00 pm (S)
St. Sebastian's @ Belmont Hill, 4:30 pm (S)
Seacoast College Prep @ North Yarmouth Academy, 4:45 pm
Berwick @ Pingree, 5:00 pm (S)
Exeter vs. Stanstead College, 5:00 pm -- at Middlebury College

Wed. Nov. 22, 2017
Rivers @ Belmont Hill, 12:30 pm (S)

Fri. Nov. 24, 2017
Northeast Showcase (Day 1 of 3)
at Tilton and New Hampton
24th Annual Northeast Showcase Schedule
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Kents Hill @ Ulysse Prep, 2:45 pm

Sat. Nov. 25, 2017
Belmont Hill Jamboree (One-day event)
At Belmont Hill School
Belmont, Mass.

8:30 am -- Belmont Hill vs. Proctor Academy
10:00 am -- St. Mark's vs. Winchendon
11:30 am -- Proctor Academy vs. St. Andrew's College
1:00 pm -- Winchendon vs. Belmont Hill
2:30 pm -- St. Andrew's College vs. St. Mark's
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Thayer @ Rivers, 10:00 am (S)
Kents Hill @ Ulysse Prep, 12:00 pm
Ontario Hockey Academy @ Académie Saint-Louis, 1:00 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Noble & Greenough, 2:00 pm (S)

Sun. Nov. 26, 2017
St. Paul's Jamboree (Day 1 of 2)
At the St. Paul's School (Gordon Rink)
Concord, NH
10:00 am -- St. Paul's vs. Taft
12:15 pm -- Groton vs. Tabor
 4:00 pm -- St. Paul's vs. Tabor
 6:15 pm -- Taft vs. Groton

Proctor Academy Jamboree (One-day event)
At Proctor Academy
Andover, NH
10:00 am -- Berwick vs. Holderness
11:00 am -- Williston vs. Proctor
12:00 pm -- Vermont Flames U14 vs. Top Gun U14
 1:30 pm -- Vermont Academy vs. Berwick
 2:30 pm -- Williston vs. Holderness
 3:30 pm -- Proctor vs. Vermont Academy
(Note: Thirty minute games, two-minute minors, stop time.)
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St. Andrew's College @ Dexter, 10:15 am (S)
Ontario Hockey Academy @ Académie Saint-Louis, 1:30 pm
Kents Hill @ Stanstead College, 5:00 pm


Mon. Nov. 27, 2017
St. Paul's Jamboree (Day 2 of 2)
Mon. Nov. 27, 2017
10:00 am -- Tabor vs. Taft
12:15 pm -- St. Paul's vs. Groton 

Lawrence T. Piatelli Jamboree (One-day event)
At the Berkshire School; Sheffield, Mass.

All games are scrimmages.

Rink 1:
 9:30 am -- Pomfret vs. Brunswick
11:30 am -- Berkshire vs. Nichols
 1:30 pm -- Canterbury vs. Pomfret
 3:30 pm -- Berkshire vs. Northwood

Rink 2:
10:00 am -- Kent vs. Canterbury
12:00 pm -- Northwood vs. Gunnery
 2:00 pm -- Brunswick vs. Nichols
 4:00 pm -- Gunnery vs. Kent

Hotchkiss Jamboree (One-day event)
At Hotchkiss School; Lakeville, Conn.

Mon. Nov. 27, 2017

Schmidt Rink (NHL)
1:00 pm -- Hotchkiss vs. Loomis (1st half) H-PP
2:00 pm -- Hotchkiss vs. Loomis (2nd half) L-PP
2:55 pm -- Loomis vs. Millbrook (1st half) M-PP
3:55 pm -- Loomis vs. Millbrook (2nd half) L-PP
4:50 pm -- Millbrook vs. Hotchkiss (1st half) M-PP
5:50 pm -- Millbrook vs. Hotchkiss (2nd half) H-PP

Dwyer Rink (Olympic)
1:15 pm -- Salisbury vs. Westminster (1st half) S-PP
2:15 pm -- Salisbury vs. Westminster (2nd half) W-PP
3:10 pm -- Westminster vs. Trinity-Pawling (1st half) TP-PP
4:10pm -- Westminster vs. Trinity-Pawling (2nd half) W-PP
5:05 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Salisbury (1st half) TP-PP
6:05 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Salisbury (2nd half) S-PP
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Brooks @ Lawrence Academy, 4:00 pm (S)
CBA @ St. Rose, 4:30 pm
Rye Country Day @ Portledge, 5:30 pm
La Salle College @ Salesianum, 7:45 pm 




Stanstead Tournament Results
Sat. Nov. 18
Kimball Union 4, Stanstead College 1   Box Score
Northwood 4, Governor's 1

Sun. Nov. 19
Stanstead 6, Governor's 5 (OT)   Box Score
Kimball Union 5, Northwood 3    Box Score

Note: Stanstead will be facing off against Phillips Exeter on Tues. Nov. 21 at Middlebury College's Kenyon Arena. Game time is 5:00 pm. The other schools listed above are off until after Thanksgiving.


 

Farinacci OT Goal Leads Dexter Past Delbarton

Brookline, Mass. -- Dexter, now officially Dexter Southfield, scrimmaged Delbarton here Sunday morning, coming out on top, 3-2, on an OT goal by John Farinacci.

Before getting to the game itself, a few words about the school's newly-renovated rink, which is part of a multi-million dollar project helped significantly by Dexter Southfield parents like Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Baseball, football, and soccer fields have been moved and improved, and a new training facility is being built as well. There's plenty of construction going on in the area. This typist would have done some pre-game poking around, but it was windy and rainy, just the kind of weather to put a Caterpillar forklift in mind to take off in a murderous rage after a trespasser.

The rink itself has been renovated nicely. The benches have been moved to the far side of the ice, and the sheet has been narrowed from its previous incarnation as an Olympic sheet. On what was formerly a standing deck area, four rows of comfortable, individual seats have been installed. Interestingly, most people still stand. At the north end of the rink a heated reception room has been addded. What impressed this viewer was the lighting. It's excellent -- very even, absolutely no glare, easy on the eyes. Photographers and videographers will be happy. 

The game itself was a pretty good one for a scrimmage, with Dexter sophomore John McElaney scoring the only goal of the the first period as both teams were feeling each other out.

Things picked up in the second, as Delbarton came out hard. Senior defenseman Jalen Kaplan, trailing the play, drove home a rebound at 1:02 to tie it at 1-1. At 4:48, junior Ryan Siffringer put Delbarton up, 2-1, tucking a rebound glove-side past Dexter Southfield junior goaltender Derek Mullahy, one the Harvard recruit would love to have back. The second was Delbarton's strongest period, by a wide margin.

In the third, Dexter came out hard. In the first minute of play, senior center Jack Nisbet, whose game has improved, was foiled by Delbarton senior goalie Kenny Burgess. But, about 30 seconds later, Nisbet tied the game at 2-2 with a top-shelf, close-range wrister. Dexter had several more good chances. Sophomore RD John Fusco hit a crossbar midway through the period. Senior D Jack Rathbone had a great opportunity with about four minues left. Farinacci set up Ian Murphy for a scoring chance. But they couldn't find the range and that go-ahead goal remained elusive.

With 3:07 left in the third, Dexter defenseman Ben Meehan was assessed a major/game misconduct for a hit from behind, which left his team down a man for the remainder of regulation and, should they survive that, the first couple minutes of OT.

Dexter did survive the third and, in OT, didn't even wait for the penalty to expire, as Farinacci, who had an unusually quiet game to that point, got the puck from Rathbone and, from the edge of the crease, poked it five-hole for a short-handed goal just 49 seconds into the period. (Farinacci, it's worth noting, played for Delbarton as a freshman two years ago before transferring to Shattuck-St.Mary's, where he played on the U16 team last season.)

The Delbarton players who caught our eye were 6'0" sophomore RD Bayard Hall, an '02; and sophomore center Brendan Clark, also an '02. Both look like Div. I prospects. Two seniors we liked were defenseman Jalen Kaplan and Hunter Macy. Both will play college hockey, though more likely at the DIII level. Delbarton has a freshman goalie, Brett Cleaves, an '03 who is highly regarded by evaluators in the Atlantic District.

Delbarton, which lost a scrimmage to Berkshire yesterday, will be back in Boston on Dec. 16th and 17th, playing BC High and then Malden Catholic.

Delbarton will have a hard time scoring goals this season, as last year's two top sophomores, Jack Malone, a Cornell recruit, is now in the USHL with Youngstown; and Danny Colon is at Exeter. In addition, four-year goaltender Troy Kobryn has graduated and is now with the Connecticut Jr. Rangers.

Dexter is fast and skilled, and though they lost Matt Boldy to the NTDP, and seniors John Femia (St. A's) and Sean Keohan (Junior Bruins) to graduation, the addition of the two Shattuck kids -- Mullahy and Farinacci -- will keep them in the hunt again this season.

Notes:

Dexter sophomore F Chase McInnis broke his hand a few weeks ago, and isn't quite ready yet. When he does return, and barring any other injuries, Dexter's top three lines will look like this:

McInnis-Farinacci-Murphy
Nisbet-Aidan Connolly-Nolan Donato
AJ Caprio-Ben Raymond-John McElaney

Mark Fusco's youngest son and John Fusco's younger brother, Matt, an '03, is in the 8th grade at Dexter and got some shifts. Didn't look out of place, either.

 

Jacobs Returns, Penguins Win

Ashburnham, Mass. -- In 2007, with 500-plus wins over a 22-year coaching career at Cushing under his belt, Steve Jacobs retired from the position. Today, after a ten-year absence, he returned to his familiar spot behind the Penguins bench, and his players made it memorable, as senior forward Vilho Saariluoma scored a hat trick to lead the Penguins to a 4-1 win over Kents Hill.

"It felt like I never left," said Jacobs. "Today was great fun. I'm excited for the season."

As for the game, Jacobs said, "I like our team, but I thought we were sloppy today. Kents Hill is a hard-nosed team. I did like the way we came out in the third, though."

Kents Hill coach Doug Friedman said, "They outworked us. We couldn't match their intensity."

To these eyes, this was a typical early-season game. A lot of passes didn't click and both teams found it hard to sustain pressure in 5x5 play. As a matter of fact, only one of the game's five goals, the final one, came in 5x5 play. Most goals were off rebounds or scrums in front.

Cushing is a young team this year, with only six seniors. Two of them, Saariluoma and 6'3" RD Nolan McElhaney, have taken a step forward in their play. We also felt that junior Cam Recchi has improved his game significantly -- he's quicker and stronger.

Other seniors, like LD Cam Berube and RC Matt Guerra, were their usual solid selves. Newcomers, like freshman RD Cody Sealey, sophomore RD Brendan O'Donnell, sophomore wings Jake Hewitt and Shane Zarcone -- and others -- will bear watching. Cushing struggled scoring goals last season, averaging 2.78 gpg. That figure should go up.

Cushing's #1 goalie, sophomore Joey Sharib, did not play today, as he is under a short suspension from the school. He'll be back between the pipes for Cushing's next game (vs. Dexter; Wed. Nov. 29th). In his absence, sophomore Max Caouette took over in net, and was fine, kicking out 11 of 12 shots. 

Kents Hill's #1 goalie, Jaxon Friedman, didn't play either. Having faced a lot of rubber -- 46 shots -- in last night's loss at Exeter, Friedman gave way to fellow senior Danny Santiano, who kicked out 32 of 36 shots.

Kents Hill's newcomers -- such as PG forwards Jay Gallagher (Reading HS), Jack Grady (Hingham HS), and Joey O'Leary (Catholic Memorial) -- should give the team an offensive boost once they adjust to the faster pace of play.

Kents Hill starts the season with seven straight road games -- eight if you include Tuesday's scrimmage at NYA.


 

Exeter Hockey Carries on in Post-Dennehy Era

Exeter faced off at home tonight against Kents Hill in the season opener for both teams, a 5-1 decision for Exeter.

Missing, after 46 years behind the Exeter bench, was Bill Dennehy.

Yes, Dennehy, 69, officially retired four years ago, but he stayed on as assistant hockey coach, with every year being "maybe the last." Finally, Bill and his wife Cyndee, a retired teacher, sold their home in Exeter, moving permanently to their longtime summer home in East Chop on Martha's Vineyard, where they'll get to spend more time with their two children and seven grandchildren. But Dennehy's retirement means the end of The Hockey Bar, where, after games, an informal group of hockey people would get together in Dennehy's basement, fitted out with a real bar, TV, and a postgame spread courtesy of Cyndee. The basement's walls were covered with photos that could hold the attention of a sports fan for hours. But the conversation was usually so lively that many, like this typist, would usually get pulled away.

Dennehy started coaching at Exeter shortly after graduating from Springfield College, which he had helped lead to the Div. II College World Series crown. As for hockey, he started with the JV hockey team at Exeter in 1971-72, then became an assistant to George Crowe with the varsity. When Crowe replaced Grant Standbrook as head coach at Dartmouth in the fall of 1975, Dennehy became head coach at Exeter, staying in that position until 1992 when he reversed roles by handing off the position to Dana Barbin, then his assistant. Dennehy continued as Barbin's assistant for 25 years. And in that quarter century, Barbin himself became one of the longest-tenured coaches in prep hockey.

"I've never coached without him," Barbin said. "Twenty-five years. His not being here is going to be strange for me. The greatest thing is I always knew I had Bill's trust and loyalty. He had my back."

In addition to hockey, Dennehy was the head coach of Exeter's boys' soccer and baseball team for years, and is probably best known for baseball, though that might depend on who you were talking to. "He always said," Barbin added, "that he had the best job in North America, being able to coach all three sports, and phys ed, too."

As a coach he was old school -- firm and tough, but in an approachable, avuncular manner. The kids will miss him. We all will. And in case you're wondering, the tradition of the Hockey Bar will continue, just in a new venue.

Dennehy's legacy is carried on by his son, Pat, currently the head hockey coach at Choate.


 

Hotchkiss Jamboree Schedule

At Hotchkiss School; Lakeville, Conn.
Mon. Nov. 27, 2017

Schmidt Rink (NHL)
1:00 pm -- Hotchkiss vs. Loomis (1st half) H-PP
2:00 pm -- Hotchkiss vs. Loomis (2nd half) L-PP
2:55 pm -- Loomis vs. Millbrook (1st half) M-PP
3:55 pm -- Loomis vs. Millbrook (2nd half) L-PP
4:50 pm -- Millbrook vs. Hotchkiss (1st half) M-PP
5:50 pm -- Millbrook vs. Hotchkiss (2nd half) H-PP

Dwyer Rink (Olympic)
1:15 pm -- Salisbury vs. Westminster (1st half) S-PP
2:15 pm -- Salisbury vs. Westminster (2nd half) W-PP
3:10 pm -- Westminster vs. Trinity-Pawling (1st half) TP-PP
4:10pm -- Westminster vs. Trinity-Pawling (2nd half) W-PP
5:05 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Salisbury (1st half) TP-PP
6:05 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Salisbury (2nd half) S-PP

Notes:

Each half will be 20 minutes running, 5 minute stop time. One team will have two powerplays at the end of each half, which are indicated above.

Schmidt Rink is the front rink, where Hotchkiss plays its home games. Dwyer is the rear rink and has an Olympic sheet.


 

Northeast Showcase Schedule

The 24th Annual Northeast Showcase will run from Fri. Nov. 24th through Sun. Nov. 26th, with a schedule split between Tilton School and New Hampton School.

New Hampton is about 15 miles north of Tilton.

There will be three divisions: College Prep, U18, and U16.

Scores and standings will be available at www.NEshowcase.com


24th Annual Northeast Showcase Schedule



 

Prep Composite, Week of Nov. 13, 2017

Tue. Nov. 14, 2017
Kents Hill @ North Yarmouth Academy, 6:15 pm (S)

Wed. Nov. 15, 2017
Seacoast College Prep @ Exeter, 1:30 pm (S)
Princeton High School @ The Hun School, 3:45 pm (S)
Kents Hill @ North Yarmouth Academy, 6:15 pm (S)

Fri. Nov. 17, 2017
Princeton Day School @ The Hun School, 3:45 pm (S)
Rice Memorial @ Ulysse Prep, 4:00 pm
Seacoast College Prep @ Wyoming Seminary, 4:30 pm (S)
Kents Hill @ Exeter, 5:00 pm
Hoosac @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 5:00 pm
New Hampton @ Berwick, 6:00 pm (S)
Trinity-Pawling @ Gunnery, 6:00 pm (S)
Académie Saint-Louis @ Proctor, 7:00 pm (S)

Sat. Nov. 18, 2017
Stanstead College Invitational Day 1:
Kimball Union @ Stanstead College, 1:30 pm
Governor's Academy vs. Northwood, 4:00 pm
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Wyoming Seminary @ Cheshire Academy, 11:00 am (S)
North Yarmouth Academy @ Proctor, 11:00 am (S)
Ulysse Prep @ Rice Memorial, 12:45 pm
Millbrook @ Avon Old Farms, 1:00 pm (S)
Winchendon @ Milton, 1:00 pm (S)

Pomfret @ Rivers, 1:30 pm (S)
Delbarton School @ Berkshire, 2:00 pm (S) -- moved up to a 1:30 start
Bishop's College @ New Hampton, 2:00 pm

Kents Hill @ Cushing, 2:00 pm
Middlesex Black Bears @ Holderness, 2:00 pm (S)
Hill School @ St. Sebastian's, 3:00 pm (S)
Esmark Stars 18U @ Gilmour Academy, 3:00 pm
Hoosac @ Albany Academy, 4:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Exeter, 5:30 pm
Académie Saint-Louis @ Groton, 7:00 pm (S)

Sun. Nov. 19, 2017
Stanstead College Invitational Day 2:

Stanstead College vs. Governor's Academy, 9:30 am
Northwood vs. Kimball Union, 4:00 pm
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Belmont Hill vs. Hill School, 1:30 pm (S) -- at Harvard University
Delbarton @ Dexter, 10:00 am (S)


Note: The composite above has been extracted from schedules thus far submitted by the coaches. We don't have all schedules in yet, so if there is a missing game or scrimmage, please send a note to staff@ushr.com. Thank you!


 

Large School/Small School Breakdown

Here is the 2017-18 NEPSAC large school/small school breakdown. The 29 schools in the left-hand column are all large while the 29 schools in the right-hand column are all small. The numbers refer to male enrollment.

This list will become increasingly relevant in the second half of the season, when playoff spots are within reach.


2017-18 Large School-Small School Breakdown

 

St. Sebastian's-Nobles New Year's Tournament 
At St. Sebastian's School (Fri. Dec. 29, 2017)
At Noble & Greenough School (Sat. Dec. 30, 2017)

Fri. Dec. 29 -- at St. Sebastian's
11:00 am -- Berkshire vs. St. Sebastian's
 1:15 pm -- Nobles vs. Williston

Sat. Dec. 30 -- at Noble & Greenough
12:00 pm -- Berkshire vs. Nobles
  2:15 pm -- St. Sebastian's vs. Williston


 

Brooks-Pingree Tournament

At the Brooks School (N. Andover, Mass.) and the Pingree School (S. Hamilton, Mass.)
Fri.-Sun. Dec. 15-17, 2017

Brooks Division: Berwick Academy, Brooks School, Millbrook School, Tilton School.
Pingree Division: Hebron Academy, North Yarmouth Academy, Pingree School, New Hampton School.

Games at Brooks School:

Fri. Dec. 15, 2017
 4:00 pm -- Brooks School vs. Millbrook School
 6:00 pm -- Berwick Academy vs. Tilton School

Sat. Dec. 16, 2017
  9:00 am -- Brooks School vs. Berwick Academy
11:00 am -- Millbrook School vs. Tilton School
  5:00 pm -- Millbrook School vs. Berwick Academy
  7:00 pm -- Brooks School vs. Tilton School

Games at Pingree School:

Fri. Dec. 15, 2017
  4:00 pm -- Pingree School vs. New Hampton School
  6:00 pm -- North Yarmouth Academy vs. Hebron Academy

Sat. Dec. 16, 2017
  9:00 am -- Pingree School vs. North Yarmouth Academy
11:00 am -- New Hampton School vs. Hebron Academy
  5:00 pm -- New Hampton School vs. North Yarmouth Academy
  7:00 pm -- Pingree School vs. Hebron Academy

Sun. Dec 17, 2017 – Playoffs:

There will be 9:00 am and 11:30 am games at both Brooks and Pingree.

The championship game will be held at Brooks. The third-place game will be at Pingree. In addition, additional consolation games will be held at each site.

The only exception would be if Pingree were to make the championship game and Brooks did not. Then the game would be moved to Pingree and the third place game moved to Brooks.

 

 

NEFPHL All-Star Game Rosters

The rosters for the New England Fall Prep Hockey League (NEFPHL) All-Star Games were released this afternoon and can be linked to below.

The U16 All-Stars will face off at 12:15 pm, to be followed by the U19s at 2:25 pm. Both games will be held at the Icenter (Salem, NH) and are sponsored by New Balance/Warrior.

You will notice that the rosters don't include uniform numbers. At the Icenter on Sunday, however, there will be rosters with uni numbers available.

NEFPHL U16 All-Star Rosters

NEFPHL U19 All-Star Rosters



 
70th Lawrenceville Invitational Tournament
At the Lawrenceville School; Lawrenceville, NJ.
Fri.-Sun. Dec. 15-17, 2017

Bernard Division: Belmont Hill, Choate, Northfield-Mt. Hermon, Upper Canada College.
Schonheiter Division: Canterbury, Lawrenceville, Nichols, Taft.

Fri. Dec. 15, 2017
 9:00 am -- Upper Canada College vs. Belmont Hill
11:00 am -- Lawrenceville vs. Taft
 1:30 pm --  Choate vs. Northfield-Mt. Hermon
 3:30 pm -- Canterbury vs. Nichols 

Sat. Dec. 16, 2017
 7:45 am -- Belmont Hill vs. Northfield-Mt. Hermon
 9:40 am -- Choate vs. Upper Canada College
11:35 am -- Lawrenceville vs. Nichols
 1:30 pm -- Taft vs. Canterbury
 3:25 pm -- Northfield-Mt. Hermon vs. UCC
 5:20 pm -- Belmont Hill vs. Choate
 7:15 pm -- Canterbury vs. Lawrenceville
 9:10 pm -- Nichols vs. Taft

Sun. Dec. 17, 2017
 8:00 am -- 4th vs. 4th
10:00 am -- 3rd vs. 3rd
12:00 pm -- 2nd vs. 2nd
 2:15 pm -- Championship Game -- 1st vs. 1st


 

Watkins Tournament Schedule

At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.
Thurs. Dec. 28 through Sat. Dec. 30, 2017

Fisher Division: Cushing, Governor's, Lawrence, NMH
Iorio Division: Canterbury, Culver, Dexter, Thayer

Thurs. Dec. 28, 2017
 9:00 am -- Governor's vs. Lawrence
11:10 am -- Cushing vs. NMH
 1:20 pm -- Dexter vs. Culver
 3:30 pm -- Thayer vs. Canterbury
 5:40 pm -- NMH vs. Governor's
 7:50 pm -- Cushing vs. Lawrence

Fri. Dec. 29, 2017
 9:00 am -- Canterbury vs. Dexter
11:10 am -- Culver vs. Thayer
 1:20 pm -- Lawrence vs. NMH
 3:30 pm -- Cushing vs. Governor's
 5:40 pm -- Dexter vs. Thayer
 7:50 pm -- Canterbury vs. Culver

Sat. Dec. 30, 2017
 9:00 am -- Fisher 4 vs. Iorio 4
11:10 am -- Fisher 3 vs. Iorio 3
 1:20 pm -- Fisher 2 vs. Iorio 2
 3:30 pm -- Fisher 1 vs. Iorio 1


 
53rd Annual Flood-Marr Tournament
At Milton Academy (Fri. Dec. 15 and Sun. Dec. 17) and the Noble & Greenough School (Sat. Dec. 16)

Owen Division: Milton, Deerfield, Kimball Union, Salisbury.
Harding Division: Nobles, Andover, Hotchkiss,Westminster.

Fri. Dec. 15 (@ Milton)
 9:00 am -- Deerfield vs. Milton
11:00 am -- Salisbury vs. KUA
1:00 pm -- Nobles vs. Hotchkiss
 3:00 pm -- Andover vs. Westminster
 5:00 pm -- Salisbury vs. Milton
 7:00 pm -- KUA vs. Deerfield

Sat. Dec. 16 (@ Nobles)
9:00 am -- Andover vs. Nobles
11:00 am -- Westminster vs. Hotchkiss
1:00 pm -- Milton vs. KUA
 3:00 pm -- Deerfield vs. Salisbury
 5:00 pm -- Westminster vs. Nobles
 7:00 pm -- Hotchkiss vs. Andover

Sun. Dec. 17 (@ Milton)
 8:00 am -- 7th Place Game -- 4th vs. 4th
10:00 am -- 5th Place Game -- 3rd vs. 3rd.
12:00 pm -- 3rd Place Game -- 2nd vs. 2nd
 2:00 pm -- Championship Game -- 1st vs. 1st

Home team is listed second.

Each games consists of three 15-minute periods.



 

35th Avon Old Farms Christmas Classic

At Avon Old Farms and, where noted, Trinity College.

Thurs.-Sat. Dec. 14-16, 2017

Pierpont Division: Trinity-Pawling, Gunnery, Berkshire, Loomis Chaffee.
Trautman Division: Avon Old Farms, St. Paul's, Tabor, Kent.


Thurs. Dec. 14, 2017
3:00 pm -- Berkshire vs. Loomis
5:00 pm -- St. Paul's vs. Avon
7:00 pm -- Gunnery vs. Trinity-Pawling
9:00 pm -- Tabor vs. Kent

Fri. Dec. 15, 2017
9:00 am -- Loomis vs. Trinity-Pawling (@ Trinity College rink)
9:00 am -- Berkshire vs. Gunnery
11:00 am -- St. Paul's vs. Tabor (@ Trinity College rink)
11:00 am --  Kent vs. Avon
(Lunch)
3:00 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Berkshire
5:00 pm --  Gunnery vs. Loomis
7:00 pm -- Kent vs. St. Paul's
9:00 pm -- Tabor vs. Avon

Sat. Dec. 16, 2017
8:30 am -- 4th Place Pierpont vs. 4th Place Trautman
10:30 am -- 3rd Place Pierpont vs. 3rd Place Trautman
(Lunch)
1:30 pm -- 2nd Place Pierpont vs. 2nd Place Trautman
3:30 pm -- Championship -- 1st Place Pierpont vs. 1st Place Trautman

All games are to consist of two 25-minute halves except for the championship game, which will consist of three 18-minute periods.

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16th Annual Howard Tournament
At St. George's School; Middletown, RI
Fri.-Sat. Dec. 15-16, 2017


Fri. Dec. 15, 2017
2:45 pm -- Hill vs. St. George's (Howard Rink)
3:00 pm -- Rice vs. Brewster (Cutler Rink)
7:00 pm -- St. George's vs. Rice (Howard Rink)
7:10 pm -- Brewster vs. Hill (Cutler Rink)

Sat. Dec. 16, 2017
8:30 am -- St. George's vs. Brewster (Howard Rink)
8:40 am -- Rice vs. Hill (Cutler Rink)


 

Stanstead College American Thanksgiving Showcase

At Pat Burns Arena
Stanstead College
Stanstead, Quebec, Canada

Sat. Nov. 18, 2017
11:00 am -- South Florida Hockey Academy vs. Stanstead College U16
1:30 pm -- Kimball Union Academy vs. Stanstead College Varsity
4:00 pm -- Governor's Academy vs. Northwood School
6:30 pm -- Ottawa Lady Sens vs. Stanstead College Varsity (Girls game)

Sun. Nov. 19, 2017
9:30 am -- Stanstead College Varsity vs. Governor's
12:00 pm -- Northwood vs. KUA
2:30 pm -- Stanstead College Varsity vs. Ottawa Lady Sens (Girls game)


 

St. Sebastian's Tournament
At St. Sebastian's School; Needham, Mass.
Fri.-Sun. Dec. 15-17, 2017

Participating Schools: Albany Academy, Brunswick, Northwood, Rivers, St. Andrew's College, St. Sebastian's, Williston, Winchendon.

Fri. Dec. 15th
Game 1 -- Albany Academy vs. St. Sebastian's, 2:00 pm
Game 2 --  Northwood vs. Winchendon, 4:00 pm
Game 3 -- Brunswick vs. Rivers, 6:00 pm
Game 4 -- Williston vs. St. Andrew's College, 8:00 pm

Sat. Dec. 16th
Game 5 -- Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2, 11:00 am
Game 6 -- Loser Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4, 1:00 pm
Game 7 -- Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2, 3:00 pm
Game 8 -- Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4, 5:00 pm

Sun. Dec. 17th
Game 9 -- Loser Game 5 vs. Loser Game 6, 9:00 am
Game 10 -- Consolation -- Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6, 11:00 am
Game 11 -- Third-Place -- Loser Game 7 vs. Loser Game 8, 1:00 pm
Game 12 -- Championship -- Winner Game 7 vs. Winner Game 8, 3:00 pm 


 

 

44th Annual Groton/Lawrence Holiday Hockey Tournament

At Lawrence Academy (Groton, Mass.) and the Groton School (Groton, Mass.)
Thurs. Dec. 14th through Sat. Dec. 16th, 2017

Choate Division: Groton, Culver, Dexter, Proctor.
Kullen Division: Lawrence, Cushing, Holderness, Pomfret.

Thurs. Dec. 14, 2017
 4:00 pm -- Culver vs. Groton (@ Groton, O'Brien Rink)
 5:00 pm -- Pomfret vs. Holderness (@ Groton, Pratt Rink)
 6:00 pm -- Proctor vs. Dexter (@ Groton, O'Brien Rink)
 7:15 pm -- Cushing vs. Lawrence (@ Lawrence Academy)

Fri. Dec. 15, 2017
 9:00 am -- Cushing vs. Pomfret (@ Lawrence Academy)
10:30 am -- Dexter vs. Culver (@ Groton, Pratt Rink)
11:00 am -- Holderness vs. Lawrence (@ Lawrence Academy)
12:30 pm -- Proctor vs. Groton (@ Groton, O'Brien Rink)
(Break)
 5:00 pm -- Holderness vs. Cushing (@ Lawrence Academy)
 6:00 pm --  Culver vs. Proctor (@ Groton, Pratt Rink)
 7:00 pm -- Dexter vs. Groton (@ Groton, O'Brien Rink)
 7:00 pm -- Pomfret vs. Lawrence (@ Lawrence Academy)

Sat. Dec. 16, 2017 
 9:30 am -- Seventh Place Game (@ Lawrence Academy)
 9:45 am -- Fifth Place Game (@ Groton, O'Brien Rink)
10:00 am -- Third Place Game (@ Groton, Pratt Rink)
11:30 am -- Championship Game (@ Lawrence Academy)


 

5th Annual Proctor Thanksgiving Jamboree

At Proctor Academy
Andover, NH
Sun. Nov. 26, 2017

10:00 am -- Berwick vs. Holderness
11:00 am -- Williston vs. Proctor
12:00 pm -- Vermont Flames U14 vs. Top Gun U14
 1:30 pm -- Vermont Academy vs. Berwick
 2:30 pm -- Williston vs. Holderness
 3:30 pm -- Proctor vs. Vermont Academy

Note: Thirty minute games, two-minute minors, stop time.


 

Belmont Hill Jamboree Schedule

At Belmont Hill School
Belmont, Mass.

Sat. Nov. 25, 2017
8:30 am -- Belmont Hill vs. Proctor Academy
10:00 am -- St. Mark's vs. Winchendon
11:30 am -- Proctor Academy vs. St. Andrew's College
1:00 pm -- Winchendon vs. Belmont Hill
2:30 pm -- St. Andrew's College vs. St. Mark's


 

Tabor Invitational

At Tabor Academy
Marion, Mass.
Sat.-Sun. Dec. 2-3, 2017

Sat. Dec. 2, 2017
6:30 pm -- Andover vs. Pomfret
8:30 pm -- Tabor vs. Berwick

Sun. Dec. 3, 2017
12:30 pm -- Pomfret vs. Berwick
 2:30 pm -- Tabor vs. Andover


 

Joshua H. Weeks Hockey Tournament

At Tabor Academy
Marion, Mass.
Mon.-Tues. Jan. 1-2, 2018
All games at Tabor except as indicated

Mon. Jan. 1, 2018
Game 1: 9:00 am -- Milton vs. St. Paul's
Game 2: 9:00 am -- Winchendon vs. Kents Hill (at Gallo Arena)
Game 3: 11:00 am -- Tabor vs. Hill
Game 4: 11:00 am -- Proctor vs. Holderness (at Gallo Arena)
Game 5: 2:00 pm -- Loser of Game #1 vs. Loser of Game #2
Game 6: 4:00 pm -- Loser of Game #3 vs. Loser of Game #4
Game 7: 6:00 pm -- Winner of Game #1 vs. Winner of Game #2
Game 8: 8:00 pm -- Winner of Game #3 vs. Winner of Game #4

Note: Gallo Arena is at 231 Sandwich Rd; Buzzards Bay, MA 02532

Tues. Jan. 2, 2018
 8:00 am -- Loser of Game #5 vs. Loser of Game #6
10:00 am -- Winner of Game #5 vs. Winner of Game #6
12:00 pm -- Loser of Game #7 vs. Loser of Game #8
 2:00 pm -- CHAMPIONSHIP: Winner of Game #7 vs. Winner of Game #8

 

 

Nichols-Belmont Hill Tournament Schedule

At Belmont, Mass.
Thurs.-Sat. Dec. 28-30, 2017

Blue Division: Belmont Hill, St. Francis School, Millbrook, Kimball Union.
Green Division: Nichols, Brunswick, New Hampton, Rivers.

Thurs. Dec. 28, 2017
 9:00 am -- Belmont Hill vs. St. Francis
11:00 am -- Millbrook vs. Kimball Union
 1:00 pm -- Nichols vs. Brunswick
 3:00 pm -- New Hampton vs. Rivers
 6:00 pm -- Kimball Union vs. Belmont Hill
 8:00 pm -- St. Francis vs. Millbrook

Fri. Dec. 29, 2017
 9:00 am -- Nichols vs. New Hampton
11:00 am -- Rivers vs. Brunswick
 1:00 pm -- St. Francis vs. Kimball Union
 3:00 pm -- Belmont Hill vs. Millbrook
 6:00 pm -- Rivers vs. Nichols
 8:00 pm -- Brunswick vs. New Hampton

Sat. Dec. 30, 2017
 9:00 am -- Semifinal #1 (1st Place Blue vs. 2nd Place Green)
11:00 am -- Semifinal #2 (1st Place Green vs. 2nd Place Blue)
 2:00 pm -- 4th Place Teams
 4:00 pm -- 3rd Place Teams
 6:30 pm -- Championship Game


 

Exeter Invitational Schedule

At Phillips Exeter Academy
Exeter, NH
Sat.-Sun. Dec. 2-3, 2017

Sat. Dec. 2, 2017
3:00 pm -- KUA vs. Vermont Academy
4:00 pm -- New Hampton vs. Brunswick
5:30 pm -- Exeter vs. Gunnery
6:30 pm -- Hebron vs. Kent

Sun. Dec. 3, 2017
11:30 am -- Vermont Academy vs. Hebron
12:00 pm -- Gunnery vs. New Hampton
 2:00 pm -- Brunswick vs. KUA
 2:30 pm -- Exeter vs. Kent

***
Albany Academy Rider Cup Holiday Tournament
At Albany Academy
Albany, NY
Fri.-Sat. Dec. 8-9, 2017

Pool A: Albany Academy, Rice Memorial, and Princeton Day.
Pool B: Lawrenceville, Gilmour Academy, and Wyoming Seminary.

Fri. Dec. 8, 2017
6:00 pm -- Albany Academy vs. Rice Memorial

Sat. Dec 9, 2017
10:00 am -- Gilmour Academy vs. Princeton Day
12:00 pm -- Lawrenceville vs. Wyoming Seminary
3:00 pm -- Rice vs. Princeton Day
5:00 pm -- Albany Academy vs. Wyoming Seminary
7:00 pm -- Gilmour Academy vs. Lawrenceville

All games will consist of 25-minute halves.





St. Paul's School Jamboree
At the St. Paul's School (Gordon Rink)
Concord, NH
Sun.-Mon. Nov. 26-27, 2017

Sun. Nov. 26, 2017
10:00 am -- St. Paul's vs. Taft
12:15 pm -- Groton vs. Tabor
 4:00 pm -- St. Paul's vs. Tabor
 6:15 pm -- Taft vs. Groton

Mon. Nov. 27, 2017
10:00 am -- Tabor vs. Taft
12:15 pm -- St. Paul's vs. Groton 

***

Berkshire Jamboree Schedule

10th Annual Piatelli Jamboree
At the Berkshire School; Sheffield, Mass.


Monday, November 27, 2017

Rink 1:
 9:30 am -- Pomfret vs. Brunswick
11:30 am -- Berkshire vs. Nichols
 1:30 pm -- Canterbury vs. Pomfret
 3:30 pm -- Berkshire vs. Northwood

Rink 2:
10:00 am -- Kent vs. Canterbury
12:00 pm -- Northwood vs. Gunnery
 2:00 pm -- Brunswick vs. Nichols
 4:00 pm -- Gunnery vs. Kent

All games are scrimmages.



 

Welcome to 2017-18!

The 2017-18 Prep Pages are now officially open.

All of last season’s news, rosters, schedules, and stats have been archived, and new material will start going into this season’s pages immediately, as coaches begin to upload their teams' schedules.

We want to remind new readers of a couple of new features we introduced last season. Players’ career prep statistics, for one. If you click on a player’s name on the roster you will see his final stats for all the seasons he has played prep hockey and, of course, running totals for the current season. If you click on the year, say 2015-16, it will show a player's game-by-game statistics.

It is also possible to download rosters, schedules, and all statistics pages in PDF form, which has the added benefit of giving pages a cleaner look when printed out.

Pretty much all columns are sortable. Just click on the top. This is useful for, among other things, separating scoring and goaltending leaders by school, birth year, position, points, etc. 

We’ve also done a lot of work on the back end, mainly behind-the-scenes stuff that you probably won’t notice beyond the fact that the site will be running more smoothly than ever.

Once we have a reasonable number of schedules posted, we will begin to keep you updated on which of them are actually up, so you won’t have to waste your time looking for those that have yet to be uploaded.

We will also be posting jamboree and holiday tournament schedules. Look for those to start going up over the coming week as well. Note to coaches: send 'em along, please.

We are also accepting advertising for the upcoming season. Please write ads(at)ushr.com for rates.

Of course, we will have the news coverage you have come to expect.

Welcome to the new season. We're glad to be here. We’re glad you’re here. And, as always, we thank you for your support.