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Salisbury #1 in First USHR Prep Poll of the Season

Salisbury (4-0-0) takes the top position in the first USHR Weekly Prep Poll of the 2017-18 season. Due to Saturday's snow, the sample size is smaller than we would like, but after this week's tournament games that will change significantly. You  can count on it. Just to use last year as an example, five teams that were in the first poll were tossed to the curb by the second poll, all victims of the crucible of prep tournaments. That said, those teams at the top of the first poll remained at the top. And the team that was #1 in the first poll, Kimball Union, wound up winning the whole thing. There is no such thing as the USHR curse. That strictly belongs to Sports Illustrated.


USHR Prep Poll, Week of Dec. 11, 2017

 

Sat. Dec. 30th Tournament Scoreboard

Watkins Tournament (Final Day) -- Culver Wins It; Jackson Pierson Named MVP
At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.
Sat. Dec. 30 Playoff Schedule:
 9:00 am -- 7th Place: Canterbury 6, Governor's 2
11:10 am -- 5th Place: NMH 6, Thayer 3
 1:20 pm -- 3rd Place: Cushing 3, Dexter 2 (OT) -- Patrick Borella wins it in OT after Matt Guerra ties it with 1:04 left in regulation.
 3:30 pm -- Championship: Culver 4, Lawrence 2

Nichols-Belmont Hill Tournament (Final Day) -- Rivers Takes Title in OT on Billy Shea Goal
At Belmont Hill School; Belmont, Mass.

Sat. Dec. 30 Playoff Schedule:
 9:00 am -- Semifinal #1: Brunswick 1, Belmont Hill 0 -- An Eddie Glassmeyer deflection of a Ryan Carmichael shot from the left point wins it for Brunswick at 13:29 of OT.
11:00 am -- Semifinal #2: Rivers 2, KUA 0 -- Aidan Porter 26-save shutout; Tyler Capello and Ryan Rahbany with the goals.
 2:00 pm -- 4th Place Teams: New Hampton 5, St. Francis HS 0
 4:00 pm -- 3rd Place Teams: Millbrook 5, Nichols 2
 6:30 pm -- Championship Game: Rivers 2, Brunswick 1 (OT) -- Rivers wins it on Billy Shea's goal 26 seconds into OT. Rivers trailed 1-0 with 1:04 left in regulation when Teddy Wooding tied it up.

St. Sebastian's -- Nobles New Year's Tournament (Final Day)
Sat. Dec. 30 -- at Noble & Greenough; Dedham, Mass.
12:00 pm -- Nobles 3, Berkshire 1
  2:15 pm -- Williston 4, St. Sebastian's 3 (OT) -- Sam Milnes ties it with 12 seconds remaining; David Novotny completes comeback with 58 seconds remaining in OT. St. Seb's had a 3-0 lead six minutes into the first. 
 
4th Annual Pete Frates Classic (Final Day)
Essex Sports Center  Middleton, MA
1:00 pm -- Consolation Game: Pope Francis 3, BC High 3
3:00 pm -- Championship Game: Central Catholic 5, St. John's Prep 1

Roxbury Latin Holiday Showcase (Final Day)
At the Roxbury Latin School; Roxbury, Mass. 
2nd Round
9:00 am -- Roxbury Latin 3, Vermont Academy 2
11:15 am -- BB&N 3, Berwick 1
Final Round
4:00 pm -- Berwick 3, Roxbury Latin 0
6:15 pm -- Vermont Academy 5, BB&N 1


 

Fri. Dec. 29th Tournament Scoreboard
Watkins Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass. 
 9:00 am -- Dexter 5, Canterbury 1
11:10 am -- Culver 7, Thayer 3
 1:20 pm -- Lawrence 2, NMH 2 (NMH wins SO, 2-0)
 3:30 pm -- Cushing 5, Governor's 0
 5:40 pm -- Dexter 4, Thayer 2
 7:50 pm -- Culver 5, Canterbury 2

Saturday's Playoff Schedule at Cushing:
 9:00 am -- 7th Place: Governor's vs. Canterbury
11:10 am -- 5th Place: NMH vs. Thayer
 1:20 pm -- 3rd Place: Cushing vs. Dexter
 3:30 pm -- Championship: Lawrence vs. Culver

Nichols-Belmont Hill Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Belmont Hill School; Belmont, Mass.

 9:00 am -- Nichols 6, New Hampton 2
11:00 am -- Rivers 2, Brunswick 1
 1:00 pm -- Kimball Union 2, St. Francis 1
 3:00 pm -- Belmont Hill 1, Millbrook 1
 6:00 pm -- Rivers 3, Nichols 1
 8:00 pm -- Brunswick 2, New Hampton 2

Saturday's Playoff Schedule at Belmont Hill:
 9:00 am -- Semifinal #1: Belmont Hill vs. Brunswick
11:00 am -- Semifinal #2: Rivers vs. KUA
 2:00 pm -- 4th Place Teams: St. Francis HS vs. New Hampton
 4:00 pm -- 3rd Place Teams: Nichols vs. Millbrook
 6:30 pm -- Championship Game: TBD


St. Sebastian's -- Nobles New Year's Tournament (Day 1 of 2)
Fri. Dec. 29 -- at St. Sebastian's
11:00 am -- St. Sebastian's 3, Berkshire 2
 1:15 pm -- Williston 3, Nobles 2

4th Annual Pete Frates Classic (Day 1 of 2)
Essex Sports Center  Middleton, MA 01949
Central Catholic 3, Pope Francis 1
St. John's Prep 2, BC High 1

Roxbury Latin Holiday Showcase (Day 1 of 2)
At the Roxbury Latin School; Roxbury, Mass. 
Fri. Dec. 29, 2017 -- 1st Round
1:00 pm -- BB&N 5, Roxbury Latin 3 
3:15 pm -- Berwick 2, Vermont Academy 2

Other Games:
Georgetown Prep @ The Hun School, 5:00 pm
Worcester Academy @ Princeton Day School, 5:00 pm


 

Thurs. Dec. 28th Tournament Scoreboard

Watkins Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.
 9:00 am --  Lawrence 3, Governor's 1
11:10 am -- Cushing 3, NMH 2 (OT)
 1:20 pm -- Dexter 2, Culver 2
 3:30 pm -- Thayer 6, Canterbury 1
 5:40 pm -- NMH 4, Governor's 2
 7:50 pm -- Lawrence 6, Cushing 3 

Nichols-Belmont Hill Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Belmont Hill School; Belmont, Mass.
  9:00 am -- Belmont Hill 1, St. Francis 0
11:00 am -- Kimball Union 6, Millbrook 3
 1:00 pm -- Brunswick 4, Nichols 3
 3:00 pm -- New Hampton 3, Rivers 3
 6:00 pm --  Belmont Hill 2, Kimball Union 1
 8:00 pm --  Millbrook 5, St. Francis 0


 

48 Former Prep Players in NHL

Tomorrow, the NHL holiday roster freeze, which runs from Dec. 19-27, is over. We took the opportunity Christmas break afforded to do some fun things, like see exactly who from the prep ranks made an NHL appearance -- even if for just a game or two -- in the first half of this season. We just went through all 31 NHL rosters and relied on our memory. If we missed anyone, be sure to let us know and we will update accordingly.

There are 48 former prep players who have suited up for one or more NHL games this season. Twelve of those players were first round NHL draft picks. Ten were undrafted, which says more about the prep/college path than anything else.

If you've wondering why the NHL teams below are arranged the way they are, it's simple, we just went through the league by the current standings, going east to west by division. Another way we kept things simple is by limiting the list to NEPSIHA schools and NEPSIHA affiliates.

If a player's school and date are in parentheses, that indicates the player left prep school at that time, generally for the NTDP, USHL, Major Junior, etc.

Tampa Bay
Alex Killorn, Deerfield '08  -- Round 3

Toronto -- none

Boston
Kevan Miller, D, Berkshire '07 -- Undrafted
Noel Acciari, F, Kent '11 -- Undrafted
Matt Grzelcyk, D, (Belmont Hill '10) -- Round 3
Rob O'Gara, D, Milton Academy '12 -- Round 5

Montreal
Max Pacioretty, F, (Taft '06) -- Round 1

Florida
Keith Yandle, D, Cushing '05 -- Round 4

Detroit
Luke Glendening, F, Hotchkiss '08 -- Undrafted

Ottawa
Mike Condon, G, Belmont Hill '09 -- Undrafted

Buffalo
Zach Bogosian, D, (Cushing '06) -- Round 1
Kyle Criscuolo, F, Choate '11 -- Undrafted

New Jersey
Brian Boyle, F, St. Sebastian's '03 -- Round 1
Brian Gibbons, F, Thayer '06/Salisbury '07 -- Undrafted
Miles Wood, F, Nobles '15 -- Round 4
Jimmy Hayes, F, (Nobles '06) -- Round 2
Ben Lovejoy, D, Deerfield '02 -- Undrafted
Cory Schneider, G, Andover '04 -- Round 1

Washington
Brooks Orpik, D, Thayer '98 -- Round 1

Columbus
Cam Atkinson, F, Avon '08 -- Round 6

New York Islanders -- None

New York Rangers
Chris Kreider, F, Andover '09 -- Round 1
Kevin Shattenkirk, D, (Brunswick '05) -- Round 1
Kevin Hayes, F, Nobles '10 -- Round 1
Jimmy Vesey, F, (Belmont Hill '11) -- Round 3
Paul Carey, F, Salisbury '07 -- Round 5
Boo Nieves, F, Kent '12 -- Round 2

Pittsburgh
Conor Sheary, F, Cushing '10 -- Undrafted

Carolina
Noah Hanifin, D, (St. Sebastian's '13) -- Round 1

Philadelphia
Shayne Gostisbehere, D, South Kent '11 -- Round 3
Will O'Neill, D, (Tabor '06) -- Round 7

St. Louis
Wade Megan, F, South Kent '09 -- Round 5

Nashville
Nick Bonino, F, Avon '07 -- Round 6

Winnipeg -- None

Dallas -- None

Chicago
John Hayden, F, (Brunswick '11) -- Round 3

Minnesota
Charlie Coyle, F, (Thayer '09) -- Round 1
Ryan Suter, D, (Culver Academy '01) -- Round 1

Colorado
Matt Nieto, F, (Salisbury '08) -- Round 2
AJ Greer, F, Kimball Union '14 -- Round 2

Los Angeles
Torrey Mitchell, F, Hotchkiss '04 -- Round 4
Jonathan Quick, G, Avon '05 -- Round 3

Vegas -- None

San Jose
Danny O'Regan, F, St. Sebastian's '12 -- Round 5

Anaheim
Kevin Roy, F, (Deerfield '11) -- Round 4
Jaycob Megna, D, (Tabor '09) -- Round 7

Calgary
Jon Gillies, G, (Salisbury '10) -- Round 3
Mark Jankowski, F, Stanstead '12 -- Round 1
Garnet Hathaway, F, Andover '10 -- Undrafted

Edmonton
Brad Malone, F, (Cushing '06) -- Round 4

Vancouver
Nic Dowd, F, Culver Academy -- Round 7
Alex Biega, D, Salisbury '06 -- Round 5
Jayson Megna, F, Tabor '09 -- Undrafted

Arizona -- None

Note: South Kent School (Gostisbehere, Megan) was a former NEPSIHA school.

 

 

Prep Composite Schedule, Week of Dec. 25, 2017


Thurs. Dec. 28, 2017:

Watkins Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.
 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

Nichols-Belmont Hill Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Belmont Hill School; Belmont, Mass.
  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:

Watkins Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass. 
 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

Nichols-Belmont Hill Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Belmont Hill School; Belmont, Mass.

 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

St. Sebastian's -- Nobles New Year's Tournament (Day 1 of 2)
Fri. Dec. 29 -- at St. Sebastian's
11:00 am -- Berkshire vs. St. Sebastian's
 1:15 pm -- Nobles vs. Williston

4th Annual Pete Frates Classic (Day 1 of 2)
Essex Sports Center  Middleton, MA 01949
Central Catholic vs. Pope Francis, 4:00 pm
St. John's Prep vs. BC High, 6:00 pm

Roxbury Latin Holiday Showcase (Day 1 of 2)
At the Roxbury Latin School; Roxbury, Mass. 
Fri. Dec. 29, 2017 -- 1st Round
1:00 pm -- Roxbury Latin vs. BB&N
3:15 pm -- Berwick vs. Vermont Academy

Other Games:
Georgetown Prep @ The Hun School, 5:00 pm
Worcester Academy @ Princeton Day School, 5:00 pm
Boston College High School @ St. John's Prep, 6:15 pm


Sat. Dec. 30, 2017:

Watkins Tournament (Day 3 of 3)
At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.
 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

Nichols-Belmont Hill Tournament (Day 3 of 3)
At Belmont, Mass.

 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

St. Sebastian's -- Nobles New Year's Tournament (Day 2 of 2)
Sat. Dec. 30 -- at Noble & Greenough
12:00 pm -- Berkshire vs. Nobles
  2:15 pm -- St. Sebastian's vs. Williston
 
4th Annual Pete Frates Classic (Day 2 of 2)
Essex Sports Center  Middleton, MA 01949
Consolation, 1:00 pm
Championship, 3:00 pm

Roxbury Latin Holiday Showcase (Day 2 of 2)
At the Roxbury Latin School; Roxbury, Mass. 
2nd Round
9:00 am -- Roxbury Latin vs. Vermont Academy
11:15 am -- BB&N vs. Berwick
Final Round
4:00 pm -- Roxbury Latin vs. Berwick
6:15 pm -- Vermont Academy vs. BB&N



Mon. Jan. 1, 2018:

Joshua H. Weeks Hockey Tournament (Day 1 of 2)
At Tabor Academy; Marion, Mass.
All games at Tabor except as indicated
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)

Other Games:
Gunnery vs. Northwood Junior, 4:00 pm -- at Union College


Tues. Jan. 2, 2018:

Joshua H. Weeks Hockey Tournament (Day 2 of 2)
At Tabor Academy; Marion, Mass.
 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

Other Games: Northwood Junior vs. Gunnery, 12:00 pm -- at RPI
North Yarmouth Academy vs. Exeter, 3:30 pm -- at Bowdoin College
Pope John @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm

Wed. Jan. 3, 2018:

Exeter @ Groton, 2:00 pm
Portledge @ Albany Academy, 3:30 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Noble & Greenough, 3:30 pm
Taft @ Brunswick, 3:45 pm
Austin Prep @ Central Catholic, 4:00 pm
Princeton Day School @ Wyoming Seminary, 4:00 pm
St. Mark's @ Worcester Academy, 4:00 pm
Holderness @ Vermont Academy, 4:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Canterbury, 4:00 pm
Dexter @ Rivers, 4:30 pm
St. John's Prep @ Framingham H.S., 5:30 pm


 

A Tie at the Top, but...

Kimball Union and Salisbury finished in a flat-footed tie in this week's USHR Prep Poll. But there has to be a #1, simply because the template upon which the poll is entered has no truck with ambiguity. Check out the winner and the highly scientific manner through which we arrived at a tie-breaker.

This poll arrives a little later than most weeks' polls, primarily because of the huge volume of games over the weekend. In addition, we wanted to factor in Tuesday afternoon's Exeter-Thayer game -- the last prep game before Christmas -- before putting out the poll.

USHR Prep Poll, Jan. 20, 2017


 

Exeter Thumps Thayer, 7-2

Boston, Mass. -- Exeter scored on its first two shots of the game, and for host Thayer it never got much better, as the visitors played a hard, determined game and bussed out of Warrior Arena with a 7-2 beatdown.

"They weren't ready to play," Thayer coach Tony Amonte said of his team afterward. "And if you aren't ready to play you'll get beat in this league. They beat us in every facet of the game. There was nothing we could do to change it. They wanted it more. They had the right game plan and they ran us right out of the building."

"We have some soul searching to do," Amonte added.

It really was that bad. Thayer had senior center Jay O'Brien, back from a stint with the NTDP, in the lineup, and, though he did score a third period goal it was too little too late. Earlier, senior Tristan Amonte scored, coming down the left side and crashing the net. But that was it for Thayer.

Exeter, and in particular the first line of junior Garrett Foster (2g,1a), senior center Kyle Jadatz (1a) and senior Bobby Murray (2g), was outstanding.

"It was a hell of a team effort from all four lines and all three sets of D," said coach Dana Barbin. "It starts with our senior captains. Kyle Jadatz blocked 12 shots today. For my money he was the best player on the ice tonight. He was given a challenge to keep a terrific hockey player (O'Brien) in check -- and he did just that. So often today, kids are all about goals and assists. Kyle Jadatz doesn't care about that. He cares about winning. He and Tommy Cavanagh are the two best defensive forwards I've ever had."

Jadatz's wings, Murray and Foster, were hard to miss. With their long hair flowing out from under their helmets, they have that '70s look down. It's Slapshot for a new millenium.

"Murray was a force today. He's strong as a bull. To me, he's a full scholarship kid. Foster is getting better every day. You can't work harder than those guys."

Murray, on a nice pass from Foster, teamed up for Exeter's first goal just 45 seconds into the game, capitalizing on a Thayer turnover. Thayer's defense also broke down on the next goal, which came just a minute later, as Andrew Seaman put Exeter up 2-0 at the 1:46 mark. Thayer looked shell-shocked. Exeter went up 3-0 on a Foster PPG at 4:51. Exeter outshot Thayer, 16-7, in the period.

Thayer senior starting goalie Jimmy Scannell was yanked after the first period, replaced by sophomore Gavin Fitzpatrick. 

In the second, Exeter went up 4-0 as Foster had a penalty shot and drove it 5-hole.

Tristin Amonte's PPG at 15:08 cut it to 4-1, but Exeter answered 24 seconds later as Ted Aiken was given a ton of space short side and didn't miss.

Early in the third, it was desperation time for Thayer. Just one minute into the period, Thayer went on the PP and coach Amonte pulled his goalie. It didn't work, though at 7:53 Jay O'Brien found himself alone in the slot and ripped one home. Exeter's Michael Pitts and Bobby Murray (ENG) scored the final two goals for the 7-2 margin of victory.

Exeter outshot Thayer, 36-24. Exeter sophomore goalie Ryan Welch kicked out 26 of 28 shots for the win.


 

Sun. Dec. 17th Tournament Scoreboard


53rd Annual Flood-Marr Tournament
** Sunday Playoffs:
At Milton Academy, Milton, Mass.
 8:00 am -- 7th Place Game: Deerfield 2, Hotchkiss 0
10:00 am -- 5th Place Game: Milton 4, Andover 3
12:00  pm -- 3rd Place Game: Salisbury 5, Nobles 2
 2:00 pm -- Championship Game: KUA 4, Westminster 2 -- Senior F Andranik Armstrong named tournament MVP

St. Sebastian's Tournament
At St. Sebastian's School; Needham, Mass.
** Sunday Playoffs: 
Game 9 -- St. Andrew's College 3, Albany Academy 1 
Game 10 -- Consolation -- Northwood 5, Brunswick 3   
Game 11 -- Third-Place -- Williston 3, Winchendon 2 (SO)
Game 12 -- Championship -- Rivers 3, St. Sebastian's 2 (SO)  -- Tyler Capello scores GWG in OT

70th Lawrenceville Invitational Tournament
At the Lawrenceville School; Lawrenceville, NJ.
** Sunday Playoffs at Lawrenceville:
 8:00 am -- 7th Place -- Choate 2, Lawrenceville 2
10:00 am -- 5th Place -- Upper Canada College 3, Canterbury 2 
12:00 pm -- 3rd Place -- Belmont Hill 4, Taft 3
 2:15 pm -- Championship Game -- Nichols 2, NMH 1 (2-OT) -- Owen Gonter scores GWG w/ 1:24 remaining in second OT.
Tournament MVP: Nichols' junior G Robbie Nuchereno.

Brooks-Pingree Tournament
At the Brooks School (N. Andover, Mass.) and the Pingree School (S. Hamilton, Mass.)

** Sunday Playoffs:
@ Brooks:
9:00 am -- Berwick 5, NYA 0
11:30 am -- New Hampton 6, Brooks 0
@ Pingree:
9:00 am -- Tilton 5, Hebron 2
11:30 am -- Championship Game: Pingree 6, Millbrook 4


 

Sat. Dec. 16th Tournament Scoreboard

Includes Sunday playoff schedules for:
Flood-Marr
St. Sebastian's
Brooks-Pingree
Lawrenceville (upcoming)

35th Avon Old Farms Christmas Classic (Final Day)  -- Gunnery Wins Championship in Double-OT
At Avon Old Farms; Avon, Conn.
** Saturday's Playoff Results:
8:30 am -- 7th Place Game: Berkshire 2, Tabor 1
10:30 am -- 5th Place Game: St. Paul's 1, Loomis 1
(Lunch)
1:30 pm -- 3rd Place Game: Avon 5, Trinity-Pawling 1
3:30 pm -- Championship -- Gunnery 2, Kent 1 (2-OT) -- Zach Pellegrino wins it 19 seconds into 2nd OT

44th Annual Groton/Lawrence Holiday Tournament (Final Day) -- Cushing Tops Culver, and Wears the Crown
At Lawrence Academy (Groton, Mass.) and the Groton School (Groton, Mass.) 
 ** Saturday's Playoff Results:
 9:30 am -- Third Place Game: LA 5, Proctor 0
 9:45 am -- Seventh Place Game: Groton 6, Pomfret 1 
10:00 am -- Fifth Place Game: Dexter 2, Holderness 1 (OT)
11:30 am -- Championship Game: Cushing 3, Culver 1

53rd Annual Flood-Marr Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Noble & Greenough School; Dedham, Mass.
9:00 am -- Nobles 4, Andover 2
11:00 am -- Westminster 4, Hotchkiss 0
1:00 pm -- KUA 6, Milton 2 
 3:00 pm -- Salisbury 3, Deerfield 2 
 5:00 pm -- Westminster 5, Nobles 1
 7:00 pm -- Andover 4, Hotchkiss 1  

** Sunday Playoffs at the Flood-Marr
At Milton Academy, Milton, Mass.
 8:00 am -- 7th Place Game: Hotchkiss vs. Deerfield
10:00 am -- 5th Place Game: Andover vs. Milton
12:00  pm -- 3rd Place Game: Nobles vs. Salisbury
 2:00 pm -- Championship Game: Westminster vs. KUA

St. Sebastian's Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At St. Sebastian's School; Needham, Mass.
** Saturday's Schedule:
Game 5 -- Northwood 7, Albany Academy 6   
Game 6 -- Brunswick 4, St. Andrew's College 1
Game 7 -- St. Sebastian's 5, Winchendon 2  
Game 8 -- Rivers 4, Williston 0    

** Sunday Playoffs at St. Sebastian's: 
At St. Sebastian's School; Needham, Mass.
Game 9 -- Albany Academy vs. St. Andrew's College, 9:00 am
Game 10 -- Consolation -- Northwood vs. Brunswick, 11:00 am
Game 11 -- Third-Place -- Winchendon vs. Williston, 1:00 pm
Game 12 -- Championship -- St. Sebastian's vs. Rivers, 3:00 pm 

70th Lawrenceville Invitational Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At the Lawrenceville School; Lawrenceville, NJ.
 7:45 am -- Northfield-Mt. Hermon 1, Belmont Hill 0
 9:40 am -- Upper Canada College 2, Choate 1
11:35 am -- Nichols 4, Lawrenceville 0
 1:30 pm -- Taft 3, Canterbury 1
 3:25 pm -- Northfield-Mt. Hermon 2, UCC 1
 5:20 pm -- Belmont Hill 3, Choate 1
 7:15 pm -- Canterbury 7, Lawrenceville 3
 9:10 pm -- Nichols 5, Taft 3

** Sunday Playoffs at Lawrenceville: (upcoming)
At the Lawrenceville School; Lawrenceville, NJ
 8:00 am -- 4th vs. 4th
10:00 am -- 3rd vs. 3rd
12:00 pm -- 2nd vs. 2nd
 2:15 pm -- Championship Game -- NMH vs. 1st

16th Annual Howard Tournament
At St. George's School; Middletown, RI
8:30 am -- Brewster 6, St. George's 2
8:40 am -- Hill 4, Rice 1 -- Tournament MVP: Sr. F Cole Moore, Brewster

2017 Barber Tournament -- Stanstead Repeats, Edging Kents Hill on Alex Campbell's OT goal
At St. Mark's School (Southborough, Mass.) and Middlesex School (Concord, Mass.)
** Saturday's Playoff Schedule:
At St. Mark's School (Southborough, Mass.) and Middlesex School (Concord, Mass.)
Game 5 -- Worcester Academy 2, Wyoming Seminary 1
Game 6 -- Vermont Academy 4, Portsmouth Abbey 1
Game 7 -- Stanstead College 3, Middlesex 0
Game 8 -- St. Mark's 1, Kents Hill 1 -- Kents Hill wins SO  
Game 9 -- Loser Game 5 vs. Loser Game 6: Portsmouth Abbey 2, Wyoming Seminary 0
Game 10 -- Consolation -- Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6: Worcester 5, Vermont 4 (OT)
Game 11 -- Loser Game 7 vs. Loser Game 8: Middlesex 2, St. Mark's 2
Game 12 -- Championship -- Winner Game 7 vs. Winner Game 8: Stanstead 3, Kents Hill 2 (OT)

Brooks-Pingree Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At the Brooks School (N. Andover, Mass.) and the Pingree School (S. Hamilton, Mass.)
At Brooks School:
  9:00 am -- Brooks 2, Berwick 2
11:00 am -- Millbrook 5, Tilton 2
  5:00 pm -- Millbrook 6, Berwick 4
  7:00 pm -- Brooks 1, Tilton 0
At Pingree School:
  9:00 am -- NYA 4, Pingree 2   
11:00 am -- New Hampton 9, Hebron 1  
  5:00 pm -- New Hampton 10, NYA 1
  7:00 pm -- Pingree School 3, Hebron 2

** Sunday Playoffs at Brooks-Pingree Tournament:
@ Brooks:
9:00 am -- Berwick vs. NYA
11:30 am -- Brooks vs. New Hampton
@ Pingree:
9:00 am -- Tilton vs. Hebron
11:30 am -- Championship Game: Pingree vs. Millbrook





Fri. Dec. 15th Tournament Scoreboard

Includes Saturday playoff schedules for:
Avon
LA-Groton
St. Sebastian's
Barber Tournament


53rd Annual Flood-Marr Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Milton Academy; Milton, Mass.
 9:00 am -- Milton 3, Deerfield 2
11:00 am -- Salisbury 2, KUA 2 (OT)
1:00 pm -- Nobles 3, Hotchkiss 0
 3:00 pm -- Westminster 6, Andover 2
 5:00 pm -- Salisbury 6, Milton 2
 7:00 pm -- KUA 3, Deerfield 2

35th Avon Old Farms Christmas Classic (Day 2 of 3)
At Avon Old Farms; Avon, Conn., except as noted.
9:00 am -- Trinity-Pawling 3, Loomis 2 (OT) -- Jake Blackwell OT GWG
9:00 am -- Gunnery 4, Berkshire 0 
11:00 am -- St. Paul's 2, Tabor 0  
11:00 am --  Kent 3, Avon 2 (OT) -- Patrick Goggin OT GWG
(Lunch)
3:00 pm -- Trinity-Pawling 4, Berkshire 3 (SO)
5:00 pm --  Gunnery 7, Loomis 3
7:00 pm -- Kent 2, St. Paul's 1 (SO)
9:00 pm -- Avon 5, Tabor 4 (OT) -- Matt Kirwan scores his second OT goal of the tournament

** Saturday Playoff Schedule at Avon Old Farms:
8:30 am -- 7th Place Game: Berkshire vs. Tabor
10:30 am -- 5th Place Game: St. Paul's vs. Loomis
(Lunch)
1:30 pm -- 3rd Place Game: Avon vs. Trinity-Pawling
3:30 pm -- Championship -- Kent vs. Gunnery


44th Annual Groton/Lawrence Holiday Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Lawrence Academy (Groton, Mass.) and the Groton School (Groton, Mass.) 
9:00 am -- Cushing 5, Pomfret 0
10:30 am -- Culver 3, Dexter 1
11:00 am -- Lawrence 4, Holderness 2 
12:30 pm -- Proctor 3, Groton 2
(Break)
 5:00 pm -- Cushing 4, Holderness 1
 6:00 pm --  Culver 5, Proctor 2
 7:00 pm -- Dexter 6, Groton 1
 7:00 pm -- Lawrence 2, Pomfret 1

** Saturday's Playoff Schedule at LA-Groton Tournament:

 9:30 am -- Seventh Place Game: Proctor @ LA (@ Lawrence Academy)
 9:45 am -- Fifth Place Game: Pomfret @ Groton (@ Groton, O'Brien Rink)
10:00 am -- Third Place Game: Dexter @ Holderness (@ Groton, Pratt Rink)
11:30 am -- Championship Game: Cushing @ Culver (@ Lawrence Academy)


St. Sebastian's Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At St. Sebastian's School; Needham, Mass.
Game 1 -- St. Sebastian's 3, Albany Academy 0
Game 2 --  Winchendon 5, Northwood 4 (SO) -- Justin Alves SO GWG
Game 3 -- Brunswick 3, Rivers 2 (SO) -- Tyler Capello SO GWG
Game 4 -- Williston 5, St. Andrew's College 2

** Saturday Schedule at St. Sebastian's Tournament:
Game 5 -- Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2: AA vs. Northwood, 11:00 am
Game 6 -- Loser Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4: Brunswick vs. SAC, 1:00 pm
Game 7 -- Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2: St. Seb's vs. Winchendon, 3:00 pm
Game 8 -- Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4: Rivers vs. Williston, 5:00 pm

16th Annual Howard Tournament (Day 1 of 2)
At St. George's School; Middletown, RI
2:45 pm -- St. George's 1, Hill 0 -- Ben Jenkinson GWG at 7:30 of 3rd period
3:00 pm -- Brewster 7, Rice 5 (Cutler Rink)
7:00 pm -- St. George's 7, Rice 4 (Howard Rink)
7:10 pm -- Hill 1, Brewster 0 (Cutler Rink) -- David Hill wins it for Hill

70th Lawrenceville Invitational Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At the Lawrenceville School; Lawrenceville, NJ.
 9:00 am -- Belmont Hill 3, Upper Canada College 2 (2-OT) (SO)
11:00 am -- Taft 3, Lawrenceville 1
 1:30 pm --  Northfield-Mt. Hermon 5, Choate 1
 3:30 pm -- Nichols 2, Canterbury 1 (2-OT) -- Owen Gonter GWG 

2017 Barber Tournament (Day 1 of 2)
At St. Mark's School (Southborough, Mass.) and Middlesex School (Concord, Mass.)
Game 1 -- Middlesex 5, Worcester Academy 2  (@ Middlesex)
Game 2 -- St. Marks 6, Portsmouth Abbey 2 (@ St. Mark's)
Game 3 -- Stanstead College 3, Wyoming Seminary 0  (@ Middlesex) 
Game 4 -- Kents Hill 5, Vermont Academy 3 (@ St. Mark's)

** Saturday's Playoff Schedule at the Barber Tournament:
At St. Mark's School (Southborough, Mass.) and Middlesex School (Concord, Mass.)
Game 5 -- Worcester Academy vs. Wyoming Seminary (@ Middlesex), 8:30 am
Game 6 -- Portsmouth Abbey vs. Vermont Academy (@ St. Mark's), 8:30 am
Game 7 -- Middlesex vs. Stanstead College (@ Middlesex), 10:30 am
Game 8 -- St. Mark's vs. Kents Hill  (@ St. Mark's), 10:30 am
Game 9 -- Loser Game 5 vs. Loser Game 6 (@ St. Mark's), 1:30 pm
Game 10 -- Consolation -- Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6 (@ Middlesex), 1:30 pm
Game 11 -- Loser Game 7 vs. Loser Game 8 (@ St. Mark's), 3:30 pm
Game 12 -- Championship -- Winner Game 7 vs. Winner Game 8 (@ Middlesex), 3:30 pm

Brooks-Pingree Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At the Brooks School (N. Andover, Mass.) and the Pingree School (S. Hamilton, Mass.)
Games at Brooks School:

 
4:00 pm -- Millbrook 3, Brooks 1.
 6:00 pm -- Tilton 3, Berwick 1
Games at Pingree School:

 
4:00 pm -- Pingree 2, New Hampton 1 (OT) -- Vito Visconti GWG at 2:12 of OT
 6:00 pm -- Hebron 2, North Yarmouth Academy 0



 

Thurs. Dec. 14th Tournament Scoreboard

35th Avon Old Farms Christmas Classic (Day 1 of 3)
At Avon Old Farms; Avon, Conn.
3:00 pm -- Loomis 2, Berkshire 1 (SO)
5:00 pm -- Avon 2, St. Paul's 1 (OT) -- Matt Kirwan OT goal
7:00 pm -- Gunnery 3, Trinity-Pawling 2 (SO)
9:00 pm -- Kent 4, Tabor 3 (SO)

44th Annual Groton/Lawrence Holiday Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Lawrence Academy (Groton, Mass.) and the Groton School (Groton, Mass.)
 4:00 pm -- Culver 9, Groton 1 (@ Groton, O'Brien Rink)
 5:00 pm -- Holderness 2, Pomfret 1 (@ Groton, Pratt Rink)
 6:00 pm -- Proctor 4, Dexter 2 (@ Groton, O'Brien Rink)
 7:15 pm -- Cushing 3, Lawrence 2  (OT) (@ Lawrence Academy) -- Vilho Saariluoma OT goal

 

 

Prep Composite Schedule, Week of Dec. 11, 2017

Mon. Dec. 11, 2017
CBA @ Gloucester Catholic, 3:45 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Brunswick, 4:30 pm
St. Anthony's @ Portledge, 5:30 pm
Gunnery @ Kent, 5:30 pm
Proctor @ Vermont Academy, 5:30 pm
Choate @ Loomis-Chaffee, 5:30 pm
La Salle College @ Malvern Prep, 6:15 pm

Tues. Dec. 12, 2017
Brunswick @ Westminster, 4:00 pm -- makeup of Sat. 12/9 snowout
Andover @ Groton, 4:45 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm

Wed. Dec. 13, 2017
Portsmouth Abbey @ Hoosac, 12:00 pm
Winchendon @ St. George's, 2:45 pm
New Hampton @ Exeter, 3:00 pm
Brooks @ St. Sebastian's, 3:30 pm
Forman School @ Harvey, 3:45 pm
Salisbury @ Albany Academy, 4:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Berwick, 4:00 pm
Wyoming Seminary @ La Salle College, 4:00 pm
Delbarton @ Princeton Day School, 5:00 pm
Middletown South @ CBA, 5:15 pm
Boston Shamrocks @ Hebron, 5:30 pm
Central Catholic @ BC High, 6:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Fieldston Prep, 6:15 pm

Thurs. Dec. 14th:

35th Avon Old Farms Christmas Classic (Day 1 of 3)
At Avon Old Farms; Avon, Conn.
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

44th Annual Groton/Lawrence Holiday Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Lawrence Academy (Groton, Mass.) and the Groton School (Groton, Mass.)
 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)

Other games of Thurs. Dec. 14th:
Académie Saint-Louis @ Victus Academy, 3:15 pm
The Hun School @ Academy of the New Church, 4:00 pm
Princeton Day School @ Rye Country Day, 4:45 pm

Fri. Dec. 15th:

53rd Annual Flood-Marr Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Milton Academy; Milton, Mass.
 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

35th Avon Old Farms Christmas Classic (Day 2 of 3)
At Avon Old Farms; Avon, Conn., except as noted.
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

44th Annual Groton/Lawrence Holiday Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Lawrence Academy (Groton, Mass.) and the Groton School (Groton, Mass.) 
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)

St. Sebastian's Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At St. Sebastian's School; Needham, Mass.
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

16th Annual Howard Tournament (Day 1 of 2)
At St. George's School; Middletown, RI
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)

70th Lawrenceville Invitational Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At the Lawrenceville School; Lawrenceville, NJ.
 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 

2017 Barber Tournament (Day 1 of 2)
At St. Mark's School (Southborough, Mass.) and Middlesex School (Concord, Mass.)
Game 1 -- Middlesex vs. Worcester Academy, 5:00 pm (@ Middlesex)
Game 2 -- St. Marks vs. Portsmouth Abbey, 5:00 pm (@ St. Mark's)
Game 3 -- Stanstead College vs. Wyoming Seminary, 7:00 pm (@ Middlesex) 
Game 4 -- Kents Hill vs. Vermont Academy, 7:00 pm (@ St. Mark's)

Brooks-Pingree Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At the Brooks School (N. Andover, Mass.) and the Pingree School (S. Hamilton, Mass.)
Games at Brooks School:
 
4:00 pm -- Brooks School vs. Millbrook School
 6:00 pm -- Berwick Academy vs. Tilton School
Games at Pingree School:

 
4:00 pm -- Pingree School vs. New Hampton School
 6:00 pm -- North Yarmouth Academy vs. Hebron Academy

Other Games of Fri. Dec. 15th:
Académie Saint-Louis @ Académie Le Sommet, 3:15 pm
Pingry @ The Hun School, 4:00 pm

Sat. Dec. 16th:

35th Avon Old Farms Christmas Classic (Day 3 of 3)
At Avon Old Farms; Avon, Conn.
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

44th Annual Groton/Lawrence Holiday Tournament (Day 3 of 3)
At Lawrence Academy (Groton, Mass.) and the Groton School (Groton, Mass.) 
 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)

53rd Annual Flood-Marr Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Noble & Greenough School; Dedham, Mass.
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

St. Sebastian's Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At St. Sebastian's School; Needham, Mass.
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

70th Lawrenceville Invitational Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At the Lawrenceville School; Lawrenceville, NJ.
 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

16th Annual Howard Tournament (Day 2 of 2)
At St. George's School; Middletown, RI
8:30 am -- St. George's vs. Brewster (Howard Rink)
8:40 am -- Rice vs. Hill (Cutler Rink)

2017 Barber Tournament (Day 2 of 2)
At St. Mark's School (Southborough, Mass.) and Middlesex School (Concord, Mass.)
Game 5 -- Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 3 (@ Middlesex), 8:30 am
Game 6 -- Loser Game 2 vs. Loser Game 4 (@ St. Mark's), 8:30 am
Game 7 -- Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 3(@ Middlesex), 10:30 am
Game 8 -- Winner Game 2 vs. Winner Game 4 (@ St. Mark's), 10:30 am
Game 9 -- Loser Game 5 vs. Loser Game 6 (@ St. Mark's), 1:30 pm
Game 10 -- Consolation -- Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6 (@ Middlesex), 1:30 pm
Game 11 -- Loser Game 7 vs. Loser Game 8 (@ St. Mark's), 3:30 pm
Game 12 -- Championship -- Winner Game 7 vs. Winner Game 8 (@ Middlesex), 3:30 pm

Brooks-Pingree Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At the Brooks School (N. Andover, Mass.) and the Pingree School (S. Hamilton, Mass.)
At Brooks School:
  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
At Pingree School:
  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

Other Games of Sat. Dec. 16th:
Hoosac @ Exeter, 12:00 pm
Delbarton @ Malden Catholic, 2:00 pm -- at Northeastern University
Académie Saint-Louis @ Blyth Academy Warriors, 3:30 pm
La Salle Academy vs. CBA, 5:00 pm -- at Providence College
Austin Prep @ Bishop Fenwick, 6:00 pm
St. John's Prep @ Hingham High School, 6:00 pm
Chelmsford High School @ Central Catholic, 6:15 pm

Sun. Dec. 17th:

53rd Annual Flood-Marr Tournament (Day 3 of 3)
At Milton Academy; Milton, Mass.
 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

St. Sebastian's Tournament (Day 3 of 3)
At St. Sebastian's School; Needham, Mass.
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 

70th Lawrenceville Invitational Tournament (Day 3 of 3)
At the Lawrenceville School; Lawrenceville, NJ
 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

Brooks-Pingree Tournament (Day 3 of 3)
At the Brooks School (N. Andover, Mass.) and the Pingree School (S. Hamilton, Mass.)
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.

Other Games of Sun. Dec. 17th:
Delbarton @ BC High, 11:00 am -- at UMass-Boston
Pope Francis @ Austin Prep, 1:00 pm

Mon. Dec. 18, 2017
Don Bosco Prep @ CBA, 4:30 pm

Tues. Dec. 19, 2017
Exeter vs. Thayer, 1:00 pm -- at Warrior Arena; Boston, Mass. 
Seton Hall Prep @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm
Glen Rock @ The Hun School, 6:00 pm

Wed. Dec. 20, 2017
North Yarmouth Academy @ Berwick, 3:30 pm
Morristown Beard @ La Salle College, 4:00 pm
Ridley College @ St. Andrew's College, 4:00 pm
Hingham High School @ Central Catholic, 4:00 pm
St. Augustine @ CBA, 5:15 pm
Arlington Catholic @ Austin Prep, 6:00 pm
St. Sebastian's vs. Catholic Memorial, 7:00 pm -- at Warrior Arena; Boston, Mass. 

Fri. Dec. 22, 2017
CBA @ Middletown North, 5:45 pm

Sat. Dec. 23, 2017
St Joseph (Conn.) Prep @ St. John's Prep, 3:30 pm
Austin Prep @ Archbishop Williams, 7:30 pm


 

Sat. Dec. 9 Highlights

* T-P Edges Avon in OT
* Seb's Trounces Exeter
* Harris Saves the Day for KUA
* Regan's 46 Saves Lead VA

@ Trinity-Pawling 2, Avon Old Farms 1 (OT) -- Jackson Breton scored at 2:28 of OT to keep T-P (3-0-0) undefeated. After a scoreless first period, junior Joey Musa put T-P up 1-0 in the second. Senior Matt Kirwan tied it up for Avon in the third, setting up OT and Breton's GWG, from Scot Lawson and John Garvey. T-P junior G Evan Ruschil, who has allowed just 4 goals over 3 games, kicked out 30 of 31. Avon junior Alex Aslanidis (21/23) took the hard-luck loss.

Stanstead College 4 @ New Hampton 2 -- Stanstead got two third period goals from junior Andrew Amousse, the latter an empty-netter, to take a 4-2 decision. Junior Greg Lapoint had two assists. In net, sophomore Fabio Iacobo (18/20) picked up the win. New Hampton senior Matt Sayles kicked out 26 of 29 in a losing cause.

@ St. Sebastian's 6, Exeter 0 -- Behind first period goals from sophomore Liam Connors and junior Liam Gorman, the Arrows jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period and never looked back, adding goals from Colin Kehoe, D Jayden Struble, Gorman (his second), and Tommy Lyons. Sophomore G Drew Commesso (26 saves) earned the shutout. The BU recruit has a 1.53 GAA and a .942 save percentage thus far. The loss was the first of the season for Exeter, now 5-1-1.

Rivers 7 @ Groton 2 -- Seniors Billy Shea (2g,1a), D John Corrigan (2g,1a), and Teddy Wooding (1g,2a) led Rivers past host Groton, Rivers improves to 4-0-0.

St. Mark's 3 @ Brooks 0 -- St. Mark's scored three goals in a five-minute span of the second, from freshmen Brandon Gibbons and Jackson Coutu, and junior Connor Berry. Senior G CJ McKennitt (25 saves) posted the shutout.

KUA 5 @ Tilton 4 -- A Jordan Harris goal with 10 seconds left in regulation allowed the Wildcats to sneak out of Tilton with a 5-4 win. KUA had a 4-2 lead with six minutes left in the third, but gave it away, as Tilton's Cameron Weitzman and John Pigott (his second of the game) scored 1:17 apart to tie it up at 4-4. KUA outshot Tilton 38-22.

@ Cushing 4, Hill 2 -- Junior F Cam Recchi scored the go-ahead -- and eventual game-winning -- goal midway through the second period. Senior F Michael Outzen added an insurance goal midway through the third. Soph Max Caouette (20/22) picked up the win for the Penguins. Hill 6'2" senior G Dalton Jerzak (44/48) was the hard-luck loser.

Vermont Academy 4 @ Holderness 2 -- Holderness outshot Vermont 48-34, but Vermont junior G Dylan Regan came up big, kicking out 46 of 48 shots to lead his team, now 4-0-0, to victory. VA got third period goals from juniors Hunter Krasnow and Nick Rashkovsky-- both PPGs -- to break a 2-2 tie. Senior Calvin Moise (2g,1a) led Vermont Academy scorers.

Loomis Chaffee 4 @ Canterbury 4 -- Loomis got a goal from senior Trent DeNuccio with 3:16 left in regulation to force Canterbury to settle for a tie on their home ice. Loomis, which had a 4-2 lead in the second, outshot Canterbury, 41-17, but Canterbury senior goaltender Anthony Cusano was up to the task, kicking out 37 of 41 shots. Senior Connor Amsley had two goals for Canterbury; senior Sam DiMaio had two goals and an assist for Loomis-Chaffee.

-- Maine Prep Cup (Championship Round)
At Norway Savings Bank Arena (Auburn, ME) with donations to Travis Roy Foundation.
1:00 pm -- Consolation Game: Bridgton 4, NYA 3 (OT)
4:30 pm -- Championship Game: Kents Hill 4, Hebron 1. Jay Gallagher notches hat trick.

 

Sat. Dec. 9 Cancellations and Postponements

It's Saturday, and it's snowing -- and that presents a problem. We're here to make sense of it all, by recording cancellations, postponements, and changed starting times on today's schedule below. If we're missing a game, please contact us by text or at cwarner@ushr.com. Also, please be specific as to whether it's a cancellation or postponement -- they are different animals. Thank you!


First up, word comes from Albany Academy that the Gilmour Academy bus broke down, so they've had to shuffle today's schedule at the Rider Cup Holiday Tournament. Here is the updated version:

11:00 am -- Gilmour Academy vs. Wyoming Seminary
1:00 pm -- Princeton Day vs. Rice Memorial
3:00 pm -- Wyoming Seminary vs. Lawrenceville 
5:30 pm -- Albany Academy vs. Princeton Day
7:30 pm -- Lawrenceville vs. Gilmour Academy

Darien (CT) HS @ St. John's Prep, 10:00 am (S)
Académie Saint-Louis @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 12:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Andover, 2:00 pm  -- cancelled
Stanstead College @ New Hampton, 2:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ South Kent Varsity B, 2:30 pm (S)
Avon Old Farms @ Trinity-Pawling, 3:00 pm
Choate @ Deerfield, 3:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Rivers @ Groton, 3:30 pm
Milton @ Governor's, 3:30 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Belmont Hill @ Lawrence Academy, 3:30 pm
Kimball Union @ Tilton, 4:00 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Berwick, 4:00 pm -- cancelled
Exeter @ St. Sebastian's, 4:00 pm
Vermont Academy @ Holderness, 4:00 pm
Ridgefield (CT) HS @ St. John's Prep, 4:00 pm (S)
St. Mark's @ Brooks, 4:30 pm
Pomfret @ Pingree, 4:30 pm -- cancelled
Brunswick @ Westminster, 5:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Williston-Northampton @ Gunnery, 5:00 pm  -- cancelled
St. Andrew's College vs. Victory Honda AAA, 5:00 pm -- -- at Taylor, Mich. Sportsplex
Proctor @ Thayer, 5:30 pm
Acton-Boxborough HS @ Central Catholic, 5:45 pm
St. Paul's @ Tabor, 6:00 pm --  cancelled
St. George's @ Millbrook, 6:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Hill School @ Cushing, 6:00 pm -- new starting time is 4:45 pm
Kent @ Salisbury, 7:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Loomis-Chaffee @ Canterbury, 7:00 6:15 pm
Hoosac @ Worcester Academy, 7:00 pm  

Maine Prep Cup (Day 2 of 2)
At Norway Savings Bank Arena (Auburn, ME) with donations to Travis Roy Foundation. Travis will be the guest speaker Saturday at 3:00 pm.
1:00 pm -- Consolation Game: Bridgton vs. NYA
4:30 pm -- Championship Game:
Kents Hill vs. Hebron


 

Snow Story

We haven't yet analyzed the weather reports for tomorrow, but it's clear that snow is coming, so get those snow chains on if you haven't done so already.

And coaches, please send us a text or email with any cancellations/postponements/makeup dates. Send to cwarner (at) ushr.com and we'll keep a running list on this page. We are doing the same with the girls section.

Will this storm be as bad as the December 2003 nor'easter, which wiped out almost the entire slate of games on Sat. December 6th, and piled up nearly three feet of snow in some areas?

The only game that was played that day was Holderness at Exeter, as the snow wasn't as fierce in New Hampshire as in Southern New England. So Holderness played Exeter, and beat them on a flukey OT goal, as the Exeter d-man trying to clear the puck away from his net didn't get good wood and batted it right past his own goalie, and into the net.

Holderness, which had a Sunday game scheduled at Deerfield, stayed in Exeter for the night. Sunday morning, Holderness head coach Pat Dennehy packed up his charges for the trip to Western Mass. They got on 495 south but the roads were so bad they got off at the Route 93 intersection, and headed back to the Live Free or Die state. They only got as far as Concord, NH, where they found shelter at a motel near the Route 89 and 93 intersection.

On Monday morning, they continued back to school.



 

Wed. Dec. 6 Highlights

* Andover's Archer (57 Saves) Stymies Thayer
* Tabor Stuns Nobles in OT
* Brunswick's Dachille Blanks Kent
* Bel Hill Busts Out

Tabor 6 @ Nobles 5 (OT) --
Tabor, on the road, came back from a 4-2 first period deficit. With 55 seconds remaining in regulation, senior Peter Lombardi tied it up for Tabor at 5-5 with the extra attacker on. Forty-seven seconds into OT, senior Brad Tripp -- from Lombardi -- won it for the Seawolves. Sophomore goalie Brandon Sherman came on in relief late in the first period, kicking out 21 of 22 shots as his team mounted the comeback.

Tilton 2 @ New Hampton 2
-- New Hampton, on the strength of two Joe Dunlap goals, took a 2-1 lead into the third, but Tilton senior F Cameron Weitzman, who had an assist on his team's first goal, tied it up at 10:12 of the third. Tilton junior G Jakob Wepman (35/37) came up big for the Rams, and New Hampton junior Matt Sayles (20/22) was solid for the Huskies.

@ Avon Old Farms 5, Taft 2 -- Freshman Jason Siedem notched two goals junior G Alex Aslanidis kicked out 34 of 35 to lead the Winged Beavers over the Rhinos.

Westminster 3 @ Choate 2 -- Sophomore F Jacob Monroe had two goals, including the game-winner, and sophomore G Ian Shane (27/28) earned the win.

Brunswick 3 @ Kent 0 -- Brunswick junior goaltender Dan Dachille (27/27) shut out Kent, 3-0, on the road. Jack Forrest, Aaron Aboodi, and Charles Shaffer scored for the 'Wick, all in the third period, with Shaffer's goal an empty-netter. (Shaffer also had two assists, figuring in all his team's goals.) Kent junior G Alex Contey was the hard-luck loser, kicking out 33 of 35.

Gunnery 3 @ Berkshire 1 -- Gunnery got all three of their goals in the third period -- a PPG, an even-strength goal, and an ENG. JP Mella (25/26) got the win while Berkshire's Thomas Draper (31/33) was the tough-luck loser.

@ Groton 6, Roxbury Latin 3 -- Junior Jonah Gold (2g,1a) led the Groton attack today. Gold leads Groton in scoring with a 6-2-8 line in 3 GP.

@ Hoosac 3, North Yarmouth 2 --  PG Luca Ragosta scored two goals, including the game-winner, to lead Hoosac over NYA. The goals, which came less than a minute apart in the second period, were both assisted by senior captain Austan Bellefeuille. Senior G Olivier Lacroix (28/30) earned the win.

@ Trinity-Pawling 4, Albany Academy 1 -- Junior goaltender Evan Ruschil kicked out 34 of 35 shots and junior forwards Joey Musa and Jackson Breton each had two goals.

@ Salisbury 5, Hotchkiss 3 -- Seniors Chris Brown (1g,2a), Nick Hale (1g,1a) and Kevin Wall (1g,1a) led the Knights' attack. Senior Luke Harrington (1g,1a) had two points for Hotchkiss. PG Bryan McGrath (19/22) got the win, but Hotchkiss soph Henry Wilder (42/47) faced over twice as much vulcanized rubber.  

@ NMH 4, Deerfield 1 -- 6'5" senior G Eric Green kicked out 23 of 24 to earn the win. Senior Kyle Kazeroid (2g,1a); and juniors Jack Quinn (1g,1a), Devan Tongue (1g,1a), and Mike Kennedy (2a) led the Hoogers' attack.

Loomis 6 @ Pomfret 2 -- Loomis, on the road, broke a 2-2 tie late in the first and rolled from there. Anthony Cippolone (1g,2a), Cody Hoban (1g,2a), Alex Krause (1g,1a), and Kennedy O'Connor (1g,1a) -- all are sophs -- led the attack. Senior G Patrick Pugliese (20/22) earned the win. Loomis outshot Pomfret, 33-22.

@ Holderness 5, Brewster 0 -- Alex Gagnon (2g), Patrick Ault (1g,1a), and D Greg McGunigle (2a) each had two points, and 6'2" sophomore G Keenan Alnahas posted a 22-save shutout.

@ St. Paul's 3, St. Mark's 2 -- Senior Ryan Peck scored two goals, including the game-winner, and junior G Andy Beran, who was at St. Paul (Minn.) Academy last season, kicked out 26 of 28 shots. The win gives new St. Paul's coach Dan Murphy, formerly the head coach at Taft, his first win at his new post.

Cushing 2 @ Williston-Northampton 1 -- Cushing's goals, from D Brad Zona and F Matt Guerra, both came in the third period, a minute and half apart. Williston PG F Logan Geisness added a SHG later to keep it close. Sophomore G Joe Sharib kicked out 20 of 21 for the win.

@ Middlesex 3, Brooks 2 -- Middlesex got goals from three different scorers and junior Joe Stanizzi (32/34) earned the win in net. For Brooks, junior D Owen Borek (1g,1a) figured in both of his team's goals.

@ Belmont Hill 6, Governor's 2 -- Belmont Hill, shut out in its first two games, busted out today. Sophomore F Luke Khozozian (2g), junior D James Perullo (1g,2a), and senior D John Copeland (1g,2a) led the attack. Junior G Connor Hopkins (32/34) earned the win.

Andover 5 @ Thayer 3 -- Andover sophomore goaltender Charlie Archer kicked out 57 of 60 shots -- 27 in the third period alone -- to lead his team past a potent Thayer squad. Christian Powers (1g,2a), Kevin Ouellette (2g), and Thomas Manty (1g,1a) led the Andover attack.

Exeter 2 @ Dexter 2 -- Senior captain Jack Nisbet scored two goals in the third period -- the second coming with 20 seconds left and the extra attacker on -- to lift host Dexter to a 2-2 tie. Neither team was able to score for the first two periods. Dexter junior G Derek Mullahy (35/37) and Exeter soph Ryan Welch (28/30) were standouts.

@ Rivers 6, St. George's 1 -- Senior Teddy Wooding (2g,2a) paced Rivers' attack and senior G Aidan Porter stopped 19 of 20.

@ Pingree 4, Berwick 2 -- Visiting Berwick outshot Pingree by a nearly 2-1 margin but Pingree sophomore G Shea Grant came up big, stopping 29 of 31 shots. Pingree got goals from four different scorers. Both Berwick goals were scored by senior captain Greg Stohrer.

Hill 2 @ Lawrenceville 1 -- Junior Ryan Long won it for the Hill at 1:24 of  OT. Goalies were big in this game. Hill 6'2" senior Dalton Jerzak (22/23) earned the win, while L'ville senior Karl Szabo (31/33) was the hard-luck loser.

@ Kimball Union 7, Proctor 4 -- The Hornets tied up host KUA, 4-4, on Cole Joslin's second goal of the day early in the third, but KUA answered with three unanswered goals -- from Sullivan Mack, Tomas Mazura and LOgan Cash -- over an eight-minute span to get the win.

@ Milton 5, Lawrence Academy 2 -- Milton came out strong and beat LA junior goaltender Ian Graiff for four first period goals -- two from Quinton Fox -- before Lawrence got a goal late in the frame. In the second, the Spartans pulled it together and had a strong second period that included a Jack Cameron shot from the left point that cut the Mustangs lead to 4-2. Freshman Matt Beniers, a late '02, scored the final goal for Milton. If you haven't seen him yet, Beniers is exceptionally talented with hockey smarts galore. Check him out at the Flood-Marr.


 

Prep Composite Schedule, Week of Dec. 4, 2017

Note: This one is actually for more than a week, as it runs through Wed. Dec. 13th, the day before the Xmas tournaments get underway.

Mon. Dec. 4, 2017

Portledge @ Gloucester Catholic, 3:45 pm
Rye Country Day @ Harvey, 3:45 pm
CBA @ Seton Hall Prep, 4:15 pm
Salisbury @ Millbrook, 5:30 pm

Tues. Dec. 5, 2017
St. Peter's Prep @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm
Ridley College @ Nichols, 5:00 pm
Rice Memorial @ Middlebury College JV, 7:30 pm

Wed. Dec. 6, 2017
Taft @ Avon Old Farms, 2:15 pm
Proctor @ Kimball Union, 2:30 pm
Tilton @ New Hampton, 2:30 pm
Brooks @ Middlesex, 2:30 pm
Westminster @ Choate, 3:00 pm
Tabor @ Noble & Greenough, 3:15 pm
Brunswick @ Kent, 3:30 pm
Roxbury Latin @ Groton, 3:30 pm
Cushing @ Williston-Northampton, 3:30 pm
Worcester Academy @ Kingswood-Oxford, 3:30 pm
St. Mark's @ St. Paul's, 3:45 pm
Andover @ Thayer, 3:45 pm
South Kent School Varsity @ Harvey, 3:45 pm
Albany Academy @ Trinity-Pawling, 4:00 pm
Portledge @ Princeton Day School, 4:00 pm
La Salle College @ The Hun School, 4:00 pm
Hotchkiss @ Salisbury, 4:15 pm
Medfield HS @ St. John's Prep, 4:15 pm (S)
St. Sebastian's @ BB&N, 4:30 pm
Gunnery @ Berkshire, 4:30 pm
Hill School @ Lawrenceville, 4:30 pm
North Yarmouth Academy @ Hoosac, 4:30 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Pomfret, 4:30 pm
Deerfield @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 4:30 pm
St. George's @ Rivers, 4:45 pm
Brewster Academy @ Holderness, 5:00 pm
Berwick @ Pingree, 5:00 pm
Governor's @ Belmont Hill, 5:00 pm
Exeter @ Dexter, 5:15 pm
Bergen Catholic @ CBA, 5:15 pm
Lawrence Academy @ Milton, 5:30 pm

Thurs. Dec. 7, 2017
La Salle College @ St. Augustine, 4:00 pm

Fri. Dec. 8, 2017
Maine Prep Cup (Day 1 of 2)
At Norway Savings Bank Arena (Auburn, ME) with donations to Travis Roy Foundation.
5:00 pm -- Kents Hill vs. North Yarmouth Academy
7:10 pm -- Hebron vs. Bridgton

Albany Academy Rider Cup Holiday Tournament (Day 1 of 2)
At Albany Academy; Albany, NY
6:00 pm -- Albany Academy vs. Rice Memorial

Morristown Beard @ The Hun School, 4:00 pm
Delbarton @ Bishop Eustace Prep, 4:00 pm
BB&N @ St. Mark's, 5:00 pm
Ridley College @ Nichols, 5:00 pm
Berkshire @ Canterbury, 5:15 pm
New Hampton @ Andover, 5:15 pm
Berwick @ Tilton, 5:30 pm
Pomfret @ Worcester Academy, 5:30 pm -- ppd. to Wed. Jan. 17th at 4:00 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Roxbury Latin, 5:30 pm
Académie Saint-Louis @ Williston-Northampton, 6:00 pm
Dexter @ Noble & Greenough, 6:15 pm
Brewster Academy @ Kimball Union, 6:30 pm
Governor's @ Milton, 6:45 pm
 

Sat. Dec. 9, 2017
Maine Prep Cup (Day 2 of 2)
At Norway Savings Bank Arena (Auburn, ME) with donations to Travis Roy Foundation. Travis will be the guest speaker Saturday at 3:00 pm.
1:00 pm -- Consolation Game
4:30 pm -- Championship Game

Albany Academy Rider Cup Holiday Tournament (Day 2 of 2)
At Albany Academy; Albany, NY

10:00 am -- Gilmour Academy vs. Princeton Day
12:00 pm -- Lawrenceville vs. Wyoming Seminary
3:00 pm -- Rice Memorial vs. Princeton Day
5:00 pm -- Albany Academy vs. Wyoming Seminary
7:00 pm -- Gilmour Academy vs. Lawrenceville

Darien (CT) HS @ St. John's Prep, 10:00 am (S)
Académie Saint-Louis @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 12:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Andover, 2:00 pm
Stanstead College @ New Hampton, 2:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ South Kent Varsity B, 2:30 pm (S)
Avon Old Farms @ Trinity-Pawling, 3:00 pm
Choate @ Deerfield, 3:00 pm
Rivers @ Groton, 3:30 pm
Milton @ Governor's, 3:30 pm
Belmont Hill @ Lawrence Academy, 3:30 pm
Kimball Union @ Tilton, 4:00 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Berwick, 4:00 pm
Exeter @ St. Sebastian's, 4:00 pm
Vermont Academy @ Holderness, 4:00 pm
Ridgefield (CT) HS @ St. John's Prep, 4:00 pm (S)
St. Mark's @ Brooks, 4:30 pm
Pomfret @ Pingree, 4:30 pm
Brunswick @ Westminster, 5:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Gunnery, 5:00 pm
St. Andrew's College vs. Victory Honda AAA, 5:00 pm -- -- at Taylor, Mich. Sportsplex
Proctor @ Thayer, 5:30 pm
Acton-Boxborough HS @ Central Catholic, 5:45 pm
St. Paul's @ Tabor, 6:00 pm
St. George's @ Millbrook, 6:00 pm
Hill School @ Cushing, 6:00 pm -- new starting time is 4:45 pm
Kent @ Salisbury, 7:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Loomis-Chaffee @ Canterbury, 7:00 pm
Hoosac @ Worcester Academy, 7:00 pm

Sun. Dec. 10, 2017
St. Andrew's College vs. Culver Academy Prep, 9:30 am -- at Taylor, Mich. Sportsplex
Hill School @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 11:30 am
Deerfield @ Avon Old Farms, 3:30 pm

Mon. Dec. 11, 2017
CBA @ Gloucester Catholic, 3:45 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Brunswick, 4:30 pm
St. Anthony's @ Portledge, 5:30 pm
Gunnery @ Kent, 5:30 pm
Choate @ Loomis-Chaffee, 5:30 pm
Proctor @ Vermont Academy, 6:00 pm 5:30 pm
La Salle College @ Malvern Prep, 6:15 pm

Tues. Dec. 12, 2017
Andover @ Groton, 4:45 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm

Wed. Dec. 13, 2017
Portsmouth Abbey @ Hoosac, 12:00 pm
Winchendon @ St. George's, 2:45 pm
New Hampton @ Exeter, 3:00 pm
Brooks @ St. Sebastian's, 3:30 pm
Forman School @ Harvey, 3:45 pm
Salisbury @ Albany Academy, 4:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Berwick, 4:00 pm
Wyoming Seminary @ La Salle College, 4:00 pm
Delbarton @ Princeton Day School, 5:00 pm
Middletown South @ CBA, 5:15 pm
Boston Shamrocks @ Hebron, 5:30 pm
Pingree @ Hoosac, 6:00 pm
Central Catholic @ BC High, 6:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Fieldston Prep, 6:15 pm 


 

Sat.-Sun. Dec. 2-3 Tournament Scores

 Sat. Dec. 2, 2017 
-- Exeter Invitational (Day 1 of 2)
At Phillips Exeter Academy; Exeter, NH
3:00 pm -- Vermont Academy 3, KUA 2
3:30 pm -- Brunswick 4, New Hampton 3
5:30 pm -- Exeter 2, Gunnery 1
6:30 pm -- Kent 6, Hebron 4

-- Tabor Invitational (Day 1 of 2)
At Tabor Academy;
Marion, Mass.
6:30 pm -- Pomfret 5, Andover 3
8:30 pm -- Tabor 5, Berwick 3

Sun. Dec. 3, 2017
-- Exeter Invitational (Day 2 of 2)
At Phillips Exeter Academy; Exeter, NH
11:30 am -- Vermont Academy 2, Hebron 1
12:00 pm -- Gunnery 6, New Hampton 2
 2:00 pm -- KUA 6, Brunswick 0
 2:30 pm -- Exeter 6, Kent 0

-- Tabor Invitational (Day 2 of 2)
At Tabor Academy; Marion, Mass.
12:30 pm -- Pomfret 7, Berwick 2
 2:30 pm -- Andover 5, Tabor 2


Standings:


At the Exeter Invitational, both Exeter and Vermont Academy went 2-0. KUA, Brunswick, Gunnery, and Kent each went 1-1. New Hampton and Hebron were 0-2.

At the Tabor Invitational, Pomfret went 2-0. Andover and Tabor went 1-1. Berwick was 0-2.


 

Nobles Spanks Belmont Hill, 6-0

Belmont, Mass. -- The line of seniors Sean Wrenn (2g,3a) and Jerry Harding (1g,3a) and junior Ryan Stevens (1g,2a) led the offense, and senior goaltender Matt Lane posted a 24-save shutout to lead Nobles to a 6-0 road win at Belmont Hill this afternoon.

For Belmont Hill, penalties and a popgun offense sunk them. They are now 0-2 on the season, and have yet to score a goal (they lost 2-0 to Berwick in Wednesday's opener). Nobles bounced back from a 3-1 opening loss to Pomfret Wednesday.

Today, Nobles got first-period goals from Stevens and Wrenn and carried a 2-0 lead into the second. Although Nobles had carried the play up to that point, Bel Hill still had 40 minutes to get back into the game. But a turning point came when Nobles sophomore D Will Moore was run from behind along the half-wall in his end by Belmont Hill forward Max Fields. While everyone was watching Moore struggle to his feet (he returned to the game several minutes later), the Nobles forwards took off up ice, beating Belmont Hill junior goalie Connor Hopkins to make it 3-0 at the 3:40 mark. Fields was assessed a major and a game misconduct. On the ensuing five-minute PP, Nobles added two more to make it 5-0.

Midway through the period, Belmont Hill head coach Jeremiah McCarthy called a time out, and replaced Hopkins with senior Jack Eselius, who was excellent the rest of the way, stopping Ryan Stevens on a penalty shot and allowing only a point-blank 5x3 top corner snipe from Jerry Harding with 46 seconds left in the period to make it 6-0.

The third period was scoreless.  

Nobles head coach Brian Day was pleased with his team's work. "I liked the commitment and the passion we brought. We moved our feet better and were more creative than we were on Wednesday. We tried to go out and set the pace as opposed to reacting to it. We had some power play opportunities that we took advantage of. I also felt that when (Belmont Hill) had the puck our structure was much improved."

"Just overall, it was a nice win for us against a quality team," Day added. "Hats off to our guys. They worked. They were committed. It was just a nice team effort."

Belmont Hill coach Jeremiah did not love what he saw. "We took penalties and they are excellent on special teams," he said, adding, "Nobles won all the individual battles."


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Sat. Dec. 2 Highlights
* Vermont Academy Shocks KUA
* Pomfret Wins Another
* T-P Tops Loomis

Exeter Invitational, Day 1:
Vermont Academy 3, Kimball Union 2
Brunswick 4, New Hampton 3
Exeter 2, Gunnery 1
Kent 6, Hebron 4

Tabor Invitational, Day 1:
Pomfret 5, Andover 3
Tabor 5, Berwick 3

Brunswick 4, New Hampton 3 (at Exeter Tournament) --  The newly-constructed line of seniors Christian LeSueur (2a) and Jack Forrest (1g,2a), and junior Charles Shaffer (2g,1a) accounted for three of Brunswick's goals in a 4-1 win over New Hampton at the Exeter Invitational. Junior G Dan Dachille (32/35) earned the win. On Sunday, Brunswick faces KUA at 2:00 pm.

Thayer 7 @ Governor's 2 -- Jay O'Brien (2g,2a), Aidan McDonough (3g), Christian Hayes (1g,2a), Jason Dobay (1g,1a), and Tristan Amonte (2a) led the Tigers' attack. Gavin Fitzpatrick (28/30) got the win.

@ Avon Old Farms 5, Albany Academy 3 -- The Winged Beavers got goals from five different scorers. Junior Alex Aslanidis (18/21) picked up the win in net.

Hotchkiss 4 @ Canterbury 3 (OT)-- A PPG from senior Michael Gillis at 4:40 of overtime lifted the Bearcats to a 4-3 win over Canterbury, who got two goals from senior Jericho Petkovich. Sophomore Henry Wilder kicked out 35 of 38 shots for the win.

Tilton 1 @ St. Paul's 0 -- A goal by junior Cam Ryan, with an assist from sophomore D Joe Bouchard at 11:04 of the second period was all the offense the Rams needed today. PG goaltender Sean Keegans posted a 21-save shutout for the win, while St. Paul's junior Andy Beran (25/26) was the hard-luck loser.

@ Brooks 3, BB&N 2 -- Brooks senior Gavin McCann broke a 2-2 tie at 15:55 of the third to lift his team to a 3-2 win over BB&N. Brooks outshot BB&N, 32-18.

Winchendon 5 @ St. Mark's 4 (OT) -- A Matt Fawcett goal, from Cam Gendron and Ryan Black at 3:53 of overtime lifted visiting Winchendon to the win. Black (1g,2a), Danny Cavanaugh (2g), Fawcett (1g,1a), and Sam Rand (2a) all had multiple points for Winchendon. Connor Berry (1g,3a) and Brendan Gibbons  (1g,1a) did likewise for St. Mark's.

@ Salisbury 4, Williston-Northampton 2 -- Salisbury scored all four of their goals -- from four different scorers -- in a span of 6:23 of the first period. Junior Jared Levine kicked out 20 of 22 shots. Salisbury outshot Williston, 36-22.

Trinity-Pawling 4 @ Loomis-Chaffee 2 -- A goal by T-P senior AJ Bella-- his second of the day -- at 8:00 of the third period broke a 1-1 tie. Several minutes later, junior D John Garvey upped the lead to 3-1. With less than two minutes left, Loomis senior D Andrew Lucas cut T-P's lead to 3-2, but Phip Waugh's ENG iced it. Junior G Evan Ruschil (32/34) earned the win for T-P.

NMH 3 @ St. George's 1 -- NMH got all three of its goals -- from Devan Tongue, Jack Quinn, and Mike Kennedy -- within a span of 5:31 in the second period. Senior G Eric Green (26/27) earned the win; St. George's junior Gianni Rodriguez (39/42) was the hard-luck loser.

@ Deerfield 3, Groton 1 -- Deerfield got goals from Tomas Zourikan, Michael Holland, and Cameron Snow. Tyler Forbes scored for Groton. Deerfield junior G Thomas Gale (26/27) appears to have picked up where he left off last season.

Exeter 2, Gunnery 1 (Exeter Invitational) -- Senior Albert Washco put Gunnery up 1-0 midway through the first, but Exeter PG Ted Aiken evened it up with a PPG in the second. Senior Bobby Murray, from Kyle Jadatz, won it for Exeter in the third. Exeter sophomore G Ryan Welch (25/26) got the win; Gunnery senior Nicholas Vankka (26/28) took a tough loss.

@ Millbrook 8, Lawrenceville 0 -- Greg Koutsomitis (2g,1a), Dan Dimon (1g,2a), and Jake Gagnon (1g,2a) each had three points and senior Greg Brassard posted a 23-save shutout.

Pomfret 5, Andover 3 (Tabor Invitational) -- Andover fought back from a 3-1 second period deficit to tie it up at 3-3 on a Thomas Manty goal early in the third. But Pomfret soph Tyler Bourque put his team back up with a PPG at 5:22. With 24 seconds left in regulation, Bourque added an ENG. Junior G Peyton Durand (32/35) and his teammates improve to 2-0, as Pomfret topped Nobles on Wednesday.

Kent 6, Hebron 4 (Exeter Invitational) -- Senior Jeremy Routh broke a 3-3 tie, putting Kent up, 4-3, late in the third. But a couple of minutes later, Hebron senior Johann Bayrou made it 4-4. Then, with 2:58 to go, Kent senior forward Adam Usinger scored what would become the game-winner. Kent sophomore Aidan Cobb added an ENG in the final minute. Kent outshot Hebron, 30-27.

Berkshire 2 @ Taft 1 (OT) -- Berkshire junior D Aidan Metcalfe scored at 2:50 of overtime to lift his team to a 2-1 road win. Senior D Mark Driscoll picked up an assist on the game-winner. After Berkshire soph Briggs Gammill and Taft soph Jakub Tepley (ppg) each scored in the first couple of minutes of the game, over 54 scoreless minutes elapsed before Berkshire prevailed.

Roxbury Latin 7 @ Portsmouth Abbey 2 -- Junior F Aidan Lovett had two goals and Joey Ryan, Jimmy Duffy, Bobby Luca, and Zach Milton each had three points for Roxbury Latin. Sophomore Will Crowley had both of Portsmouth Abbey's goals.


 

Manty's Pair Leads Andover over Choate

Andover, Mass.
-- Junior Thomas Manty got Andover started with a goal early in the first period, then added the game-winner with 21 seconds left in the second to lead host Andover past Choate, 5-2, before a high-spirited Friday night crowd here.


Junior Christian Powers also had two goals, the second of which was an empty-netter. Seniors Kevin Ouellette (1g,1a), Quinn Doyle (2a), and D Christian Kukas (2a) also each had two points. 

Sophomore goalie Charlie Archer kicked out 35 of 37 shots.

In the first period, Andover came out flying, showing team speed and putting Choate back on their heels. After Andover's Manty scored, Choate pulled themselves together, with sophomore John Russo knocking home the rebound of a Cooper Swift shot for a power play goal late in the period to make it 1-1.

Andover had a strong second period but didn't get on the board until the final minute. Manty's game-winning goal came when he batted a waist-high puck past Choate senior goalie Cal Stewart, who would kick out 34 of the 39 shots he faced.

In the third, Powers and Ouellette scored a pair of goals to put Andover up, 4-1, both set up by Doyle, driving the net on the first goal, and carrying the puck into the zone and making a perfect pass on the second.

Choate senior forward Chance Gorman cut it to 4-2 off a nice pass from Jack Hoey. That, however, was as close as the Wild Boars would get, as Andover's Powers added an empty-netter in the final minute.

"I thought we showed poise and versatility, with guys playing different positions in different combinations," said Andover head coach Paul Tortorella. "I was happy with our breakout. And our goaltending was exceptional, with breakaways being stopped at key moments. Charlie (Archer) deserves major credit."

Choate head coach Patrick Dennehy bemoaned a couple of defensive mistakes that wound up in the back of the net but added that he was proud of his team's effort.

"Andover is a really good team," Dennehy said. "Hats off to them. As for us, we have a lot of new players, and we had flashes. Our powerplay was OK. But we have to be patient, and we can't make mistakes."

Our three stars of the game were 1) Thomas Manty 2) Charlie Archer 3) Quinn Doyle.


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More action from Friday:


Westminster 5 @ NMH 2 -- Five different scorers found the back of the net and sophomore G Ian Shane kicked out 20 of 21. NMH senior Eric Green (45/50) took the loss.

@ Holderness 8, Academie Saint-Louis 0 -- Alex Gagnon (1g,2a), Tim Manning (2g), Matt Pasic (2g), and Atte Aalto (1g,1a) led the Bulls' scoring parade. Sophomore Keenan Alnahas posted a 22-save shutout.

@ Tilton 3, Proctor 2 -- Proctor came back from a 2-0 deficit with a pair of powerplay goals in the third, but it was Tilton junior Cam Ryan with the GWG with 1:29 remaining in regulation.

@ Rivers 5, Thayer 2 -- After Jay O'Brien put Thayer up 1-0 in the first, Rivers struck for three straight goals -- from senior D Tommy Benjes, and junior forwards Rory Casey and Henry Muller -- in the second. Thayer freshman Sasha Teleguine cut Rivers' lead to 3-2 in the third, but Rivers added a pair of ENGs in the final minute. Senior Aidan Porter (30/32) earned the win. Thayer soph Gavin FitzPatrick (21/24) took the loss.

Lawrence Academy 5 @ BB&N 1 -- Sophomores Tyler Young (1g,2a) and Gunnar Fontaine (3a) led the attack and junior G Ian Graiff (16/17) picked up the win.

@ Middlesex 3, Governor's 0 -- Middlesex got goals from three different scorers but the story of the game was junior G Joe Stanizzi, who posted a 48-save shutout.

Hoosac 4 @ Lawrenceville 1 -- Hoosac got goals from four different scorers -- and junior Noah Dontigny assisted on three of them. Senior Olivier Lacroix (20/21) picked up the win in the Owls' net, while L'ville senior goalie Karl Szabo (46/49) was the hard-luck loser.

@ Stanstead College 7, Bishop's 1 -- Host Stanstead got goals from seven differert scorers and junior G Thomas Scarfone kicked out 35 of 36 shots. 

Milton 3 @ St. Sebastian's 2 -- The Mustangs won their season opener on a rebound goal from junior F Quinn Fox, assisted by freshman Matt Beniers, at 5:20 of the third period. Milton junior G Eric Voloshin stopped 30 of 32 St. Sebastian's shots for his first prep win.

Cushing 2 @ Winchendon 2 -- Just 45 seconds after Cushing senior D Nolan McElhaney bput the Penguins up 2-1 late in the third, Winchendon junior Devin Moran tied it up for the hosts. Cushing soph Joe Sharib stopped 36 of 38 shots; Winchendon PG James Corcoran stopped 44 of 46.

Roxbury Latin 3 @ St. George's 1 -- RL entered the third trailing 1-0, but then junior Jack Luca went to work, notching two goals and an assist to lead his team to the come-from-behind win on the road.

@ Hill 3, North Yarmouth Academy 2 (OT) -- NYA took a 2-0 lead into the third, but Hill junior Ryan Long cut the lead to 2-1 before classmate CJ Duvall scored with the extra skater on and 18 seconds remaining in regulation. Freshman Will Donato won it for Hill at 1:40 of OT.


 

 

Wed. Nov. 29 Highlights

Williston Edges Avon * Pomfret Upends Nobles * Berwick Blanks Belmont Hill
@ Tilton 4, Kents Hill 0
-- Junior D Brett Lockhart had a pair of goals and junior goaltender Jakob Wepman, a Californian, kicked out all 17 shots he faced.

Canterbury 4 @ Millbrook 2 -- Junior F Luca Marini had two goals and junior D Mike Dalfarra had two assists. Senior G Anthony Cusano kicked out 40 of 42 shots for the win.

Winchendon 7 @ New Hampton 4 -- Forwards Ryan Black (1g,4a), Matt Fawcett (2g,2a), and Cam Gendron (1g,2a) led the scoring parade. PG goaltender James Corcoran (36/40) got the win.

Gunnery 3 @ Hotchkiss 2 -- A goal from senior Mark Gatcomb turned out to be the game-winner. Gunnery goaltender JP Mella, ex of Shattuck, kicked out 14 shots for the win. Hotchkiss sophomore G Henry Wilder (23/26) took the loss.

@ Berwick 2, Belmont Hill 0 -- A 5x3 goal from sophomore D Zander Lizotte in the first period was all the scoring Berwick needed, although they addded an ENG in the final minute. This game was about goalies: Berwick senior Rafe Gaughan (37/37) earned the win; Belmont Hill junior Connor Hopkins (36/37) was the hard-luck loser.

@ Groton 6, NYA 2 -- Junior forwards Jonah Gold (4g,1a) and Will Torriani (5a) each had five points to lead Groton to the win.

@ Williston 3, Avon Old Farms 2 -- Williston senior Billy Smith broke a 2-2 tie midway through the third period with his second goal of the game. Senior Xander Rogers got the win (25/27) and Avon's 6'5" new junior Alex Aslanidis (20/23) took the loss.

@ Rivers 3, St. Sebastian's 0 -- Senior goaltender Aidan Porter stopped all 32 shots he faced for the shutout while sophomore defensemen Matt Cormier (GWG, ENG) and Ryan Rahbany (1g) provided the finish. Arrows sophomore G Drew Commesso (20/22) took the loss.

@ Pomfret 3, Nobles 1 -- Pomfret junior G Peyton Durand picked up where he left off last season, kicking out 35 of 36 shots to lead host Pomfret past Nobles. Senior Billy Berry had two goals for Pomfret -- the game-winner that broke a 1-1 tie at 6:40 of the third, and an empty-netter in the final minute. Senior Matt Lane (24/26) took the loss.

@ Proctor 2, St. Mark's 0 -- Myles Abbate and Ryan King scored the goals and Devin Barresi posted the shutout (38 saves) to lead the Hornets. CJ McKennitt (20/22) took the loss.

Vermont Academy 4 @ Brewster 2 -- Vermont got goals from four different scorers, and never trailed in this game.

Dexter 6 @ Cushing 3 -- Host Cushing led 2-0 after one, on a pair of PPGs. Dexter came back with two PPGs of their own in the second. Cushing went ahead 3-2 at 6:53 of the third. But Dexter's Jack Nisbet scored a pair of goals, the first to tie it at 3-3 and the second, the GWG, to put Dexter ahead, 4-3. Aidan Connolly and Chase McInnis each added goals, the latter a shorty. Dexter outshot Cushing, 33-24.

@ Thayer 5, St. George's 0 -- Senior Jay O'Brien, USHR's Forward of the Year in '16-17, picked up where he left off, notching two goals and an assist in a 5-0 blanking of St. George's. Senior Jimmy Scannell (26 saves) earned the shutout for the Tigers..

Berkshire 4 @ Albany Academy 2 -- Sophomore Jack Whitney broke a 2-2 tie, scoring his second of the game at 4:24 of the third. Fellow soph Briggs Gammill rounded out the scoring with two goals of his own. PG defenseman Brendan Maloney had two assists.

Holderness 8 @ Hebron 4 -- Senior forward Alex Gagnon had a five-point day (3g,2a) to lead Holderness over Hebron.

Salisbury 4 @ Taft 0 -- (see below)

 

Salisbury's McGrath Blanks Taft in Opener

Watertown, Conn. -- In opening day action for both teams, Salisbury, behind a shutout from former Roxbury Latin goaltender Bryan McGrath, blanked host Taft, 4-0.

The game marked the coaching debut of Taft's Ryan Shannon, an '01 alum who went on to play four years at Boston College before going on to a lengthy pro career that included a Stanley Cup Championship with the Anaheim Ducks in 2007. Shannon takes the place of Dan Murphy, who, after 13 years behind the Rhinos' bench, has moved on to coach St. Paul's.

It's early, but both teams look better than last season. Salisbury may have lost underclassmen Tyce Thompson (Dubuque -- USHL) and Johnny Beecher (NTDP), but all their returnees are a year older, they have a deeper squad up front, on defense, and in goal. Plus they have scoring spread over four lines. They will be contending for another title.

Taft is led up front by 6'0" senior center and co-captain Jordan Tonelli, a Brown recruit who looks faster and stronger, and on D by new sophomore Christian Jimenez, a Harvard recruit from the Westchester Selects, and Billy Dobensky, a junior co-captain.

Salisbury got its first goal of the season at 10:21 of the first when new soph Arsenii Smekhov, a UConn recruit from Russia, found senior center and co-captain Jacques Bouquot alone in the slot. Bouquot misfired on his first shot, but on his second beat Taft senior goalie Caleb Hannon. Bouquot, a BC recruit, looks quicker and more consistent than last year.

In the second, the game heated up a bit. Taft plays hard and with an edge, but the Knights aren't easily pushed around. The game was, in the larger sense, a clean one, but also a little chippy. When Taft was bearing down in the second, they had Salisbury back on their heels a bit. Playing at home and down only 1-0, the Rhinos were very much in the game -- especially if they could tie it up.

But they couldn't.

Salisbury's fourth line scored the backbreaker when sophomore wing Michael Fairfax, a Mercer Chiefs product, picked up the puck along the right wall near the outer hash marks and fired a long pass to senior center Nick Lachaine, stationed back door. Lachaine redirected it past Taft's Hannon to make it 2-0.

In the third, Salisbury senior center Brett Willits took advantage of a Taft turnover and broke in alone on Hannon, cleanly beating him to make it 3-0 with 3:03 left. . 

Salisbury's Kevin Wall made it 4-0 with an empty net goal with 1:02 left.

"It was an entertaining game," said Salisbury head coach Andrew Will. "Two talented hard-working teams. Guys were making plays. Both goalies made some big saves. Both teams played hard and with an edge."

"There were some jitters in the first period, and in the second Taft came out flying. Bryan (McGrath) made a couple of nice saves. Michael (Fairfax) making the pass to Nick (Lachaine) for the second goal settled us down a bit. We were being too cute, forcing plays, and not keeping the game simple enough."

As for Taft, Shannon said of his charges, "We have a team that loves to compete for one another. That's a great starting point."

"You have to tip your hat to Salisbury. The outcome wasn't what we were looking for, but there are silver linings. The young players thrown into the fire handled themselves well. Our senior leadership is fantastic. Our goaltending was strong. We just couldn't solve their goalie.."

Notes:

Here are the lines from today:

Salisbury

Holmes-Willits-Capone
Wall-Bouquot-Smekhov
Usau-DiPaolo-Brown
Fairfax-Lachaine-DeBoer

Diliberatore-Lee
Hale-Krys
Korpi-Krone
Reynolds

Taft

Walker-Tonelli-Colwell
Teply-Allain-Courtmanche
Sheehan-Franklin-Del Zotto
Davies-Barrasso-Craine

Jimenez-Dobensky
Feinstein-Dorsett
Hartfiel-Dorio
Willard-Kenerson



 

Prep Composite Schedule, Week of Nov. 27, 2017


Mon. Nov. 27, 2017
-- St. Paul's Jamboree (Day 2 of 2)
Mon. Nov. 27, 2017
All games are scrimmages.
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.

All games are scrimmages.
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

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


Wed. Nov 29, 2017
Kents Hill @ Tilton, 2:15 pm
Canterbury @ Millbrook, 2:30 pm
Salisbury @ Taft, 2:30 pm
Avon Old Farms @ Williston-Northampton, 3:00 pm
Gunnery @ Hotchkiss, 3:00 pm
Berkshire @ Albany Academy, 3:30 pm
Winchendon @ New Hampton, 3:30 pm
Bridgton Academy @ Governor's, 3:30 pm (S)
Belmont Hill @ Berwick, 3:45 pm
The Hun School @ Holy Ghost, 4:00 pm (S)
St. Sebastian's @ Rivers, 4:00 pm
North Yarmouth Academy @ Groton, 4:00 pm
Holderness @ Hebron, 4:00 pm
St. George's @ Thayer, 4:00 pm
Middlesex @ Worcester Academy, 4:00 pm
Nichols @ Appleby College, 4:15 pm
St. Mark's @ Proctor, 4:30 pm
Noble & Greenough @ Pomfret, 4:30 pm
Harvey @ King School, 4:30 pm
Dexter @ Cushing, 4:45 pm
Vermont Academy @ Brewster Academy, 5:00 pm
La Salle College @ Portledge, 5:00 pm
Delbarton @ Pope John, 5:00 pm
Bishop Eustace Prep @ CBA, 5:15 pm
South Shore Kings U18 @ Milton, 5:30 pm (S)

Thurs. Nov. 30, 2017
Brunswick @ Loomis-Chaffee, 5:00 pm

Fri. Dec. 1, 2017
Gilmour Academy @ Shady Side Academy, 12:15 pm
Delbarton @ Bergen Catholic, 3:30 pm
St. Michael's College School @ St. Andrew's College, 4:00 pm
Princeton High School @ The Hun School, 4:00 pm (S)
Académie Saint-Louis @ Holderness, 4:30 pm
Kents Hill @ Bridgton Academy, 5:00 pm
Westminster @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 5:00 pm
Roxbury Latin @ St. George's, 5:00 pm
Hoosac @ Lawrenceville, 5:00 pm
Milton @ St. Sebastian's, 5:15 pm
Thayer @ Rivers, 5:30 pm
Lawrence Academy @ BB&N, 6:00 pm
Proctor @ Tilton, 6:00 pm
Rice Memorial @ Ridley College, 6:00 pm
North Yarmouth Academy @ Hill School, 7:00 pm
Cushing @ Winchendon, 7:00 pm
CBA @ Don Bosco Prep, 7:00 pm
Governor's @ Middlesex, 7:00 pm
Choate @ Andover, 7:30 pm

Sat. Dec. 2, 2017 
-- Exeter Invitational (Day 1 of 2)
At Phillips Exeter Academy; Exeter, NH
3:00 pm -- KUA vs. Vermont Academy
3:30 pm -- New Hampton vs. Brunswick
5:30 pm -- Exeter vs. Gunnery
6:30 pm -- Hebron vs. Kent

-- Tabor Invitational (Day 1 of 2)
At Tabor Academy;
Marion, Mass.
6:30 pm -- Andover vs. Pomfret
8:30 pm -- Tabor vs. Berwick

St Marys Lynn @ St. John's Prep, 9:45 am (S)
North Yarmouth Academy @ Princeton Day School, 11:30 am
Roxbury Latin @ Portsmouth Abbey, 1:30 pm
Hoosac @ Hill School, 2:00 pm
Tilton @ St. Paul's, 3:15 pm
Noble & Greenough @ Belmont Hill, 3:30 pm
Thayer @ Governor's, 3:30 pm
Hotchkiss @ Canterbury, 4:00 pm
Albany Academy @ Avon Old Farms, 4:30 pm
Winchendon @ St. Mark's, 4:45 pm
Holderness @ Worcester Academy, 4:45 pm
BB&N @ Brooks, 5:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Salisbury, 5:00 pm
Groton @ Deerfield, 5:00 pm
Lawrenceville @ Millbrook, 5:30 pm
Northfield - Mt. Hermon @ St. George's, 6:00 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Loomis-Chaffee, 6:00 pm
Berkshire @ Taft, 7:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Proctor, 7:00 pm  6:30 pm
Académie Saint-Louis @ Seacoast College Spartans U18, 7:00 pm
 

Sun. Dec. 3, 2017
-- Exeter Invitational (Day 2 of 2)
At Phillips Exeter Academy; Exeter, NH
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

-- Tabor Invitational (Day 2 of 2)
At Tabor Academy; Marion, Mass.
12:30 pm -- Pomfret vs. Berwick
 2:30 pm -- Tabor vs. Andover

Rice Memorial @ Stanstead College, 12:15 pm
Holderness @ Choate, 1:00 pm
Cushing @ Brooks, 1:00 pm -- 12:00 pm @ Providence College
Académie Saint-Louis @ Tilton, 3:00 pm

Mon. Dec. 4, 2017
Portledge @ Gloucester Catholic, 3:45 pm
Rye Country Day @ Harvey, 3:45 pm
Albany Academy @ Trinity-Pawling, 4:00 pm
CBA @ Seton Hall Prep, 4:15 pm
Salisbury @ Millbrook, 5:30 pm 


Around the Rinks

Taft junior forward Ryan Colwell scored the Rhinos' lone goal in a 5-1 loss at Avon Old Farms Wednesday.
Taft junior forward Ryan Colwell scored the Rhinos' lone goal in a 5-1 loss at Avon Old Farms Wednesday. (Photo: J. Alexander Imaging)
 
Dexter D Jack Rathbone missed Friday's Nobles game and will be out several weeks with a leg injury suffered in fall hockey.
Dexter D Jack Rathbone missed Friday's Nobles game and will be out several weeks with a leg injury suffered in fall hockey. (Photo: Jennifer Bowman)
 
Pomfret sophomore F Kyle Tomaso had 2 goals -- including the GWG -- and 3 assists in a 7-2 win over Berwick on Sunday.
Pomfret sophomore F Kyle Tomaso had 2 goals -- including the GWG -- and 3 assists in a 7-2 win over Berwick on Sunday. (Photo: Dave Arnold Photography)
 
PG Kevin Ouellette scored Andover's first two goals in a 5-2 win over Tabor Sunday at the Tabor Invitational. Ouellette was a member of last year's Su
PG Kevin Ouellette scored Andover's first two goals in a 5-2 win over Tabor Sunday at the Tabor Invitational. Ouellette was a member of last year's Super 8 champs Arlington HS. (Photo: Dave Arnold Photography)