The top-seeded Spring Chickens won the title.
In the semifinal game, Tommy Curran scored twice and Brian
Birmingham had a goal and an assist in a four-goal first period that lifted the
third-seeded New England Predators to a 4-3 win over No. 2 Warriors Sacco, who
got two goals from Drew Blackwell and two assists from Mikey Dinjes.
In the title game, Shane Lachance scored with 10 seconds
left in overtime to give the Chickens a 2-1 decision over the Predators – Sam
Murray forcing the OT with a goal with 9:32 left in regulation.
PLAYOFF MVP: Shane Lachance, Spring Chickens
The third-seeded Andover Predators won the championship.
In the quarterfinals, A. Conforti wore the hat and had two
assists, R. Moulton scored four goals, Previte scored twice and assisted on two
others and Clyman also had two assists as the Predators beat the No. 6 Sachems,
11-4 – Ewan Powers with two goals and an assist in the loss; and Sainato wore a
natural hat and Aragona had a goal and two assists as the No. 4 Generals
defeated the No. 5 Warriors Carpentier, 8-2 – Hart with assists on both goals
in the loss.
In the semifinals, Furry scored two goals and assisted on
another and R. Moulton also scored twice in the Predators’ 6-1 victory over
Warriors Blaeser; and Aragona had two goals and an assist in the Generals’ 5-2
win over the Raptors, who got both goals from Whitman.
In the final, Previte and A. Conforti both delivered two
goals and an assist and R. and B. Moulton and Giggey all had a goal and an
assist as the Predators beat the Generals, 8-3 – Moore with two goals in the
PLAYOFF MVP: R. Moulton, Predators
The No. 3 Somerville Sabres won the title.
In the semifinals, Pastore, who also had an assist, scored
with 3:55 left in overtime to give the Sabres a 6-5 victory over the No. 2
Nordiques – Eaton forcing the OT with a goal with 2:48 left in regulation,
while Correale also had a goal and an assist in the win and Powers came through
with two goals and two assists, J. Kantaros with two goals and Cowans two
assists in the loss; and No. 1 Warriors Burke advanced past the No. 4 Bombers.
In the championship game, Joyce scored twice, Rosetti had a
goal and an assist and No. 8 two assists in the Sabres’ 5-1 win over Warriors
PLAYOFF MVP: Joyce, Sabres
The top-seeded Raptors came through with the title.
In the quarterfinal game, Drew Ventura pitched a shutout and
Leif Riley scored midway through the first period as the No. 4 Predators nipped
the No. 5 Warriors Raposa, 3-0.
In the semifinals, Kadyn Fennell wore the hat and Henry
Casciano had a goal and two assists as the Raptors defeated the Predators, 10-2
– Pat Birmingham with both goals and Jacob Grossi-Hogg assists on both in the
loss; and Pat Moran scored two goals and assisted on another and Tristan Witz
pitched a shutout as the No. 2 Warriors Driscoll topped the No. 3 Bulldogs,
In the championship game, Zach Daimont scored one goals and
assisted on two others, Siyeon Lee also had two assists and the Raptors scored
four times in a 5:11 span of the second period and beat Warriors Driscoll, 5-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Zach Daimont, Raptors
Top-seeded Warriors Robinson captured the championship.
In the quarterfinals, Doug Herling posted a goal and three
assists, Jason Porter had two goals and a helper, Nick Anestis assisted on
three goals, John Chasse and No. 18 both scored two and Michaela Kane had two
assists as the No. 2 Lancers beat No. 7 North Andover, 8-1; John Wacome forced
overtime with a goal with 11 seconds left in regulation and the No. 4 Bears
edged the No. 5 NS Vipers, 3-2, in a shootout; and Cory Cherico scored two
goals and assisted on another and Luke Evangelista had a goal and an assist as
the No. 3 Blue Bombers topped the No. 6 Chiefs, 7-1.
In the semifinals, goalie Zach Alfonzo was a perfect 5-for-5
in the shootout, Matt Mothon scored the deciding shootout goal and Peyton Defeo
scored twice in regulation as Warriors Robinson edged the Bears, 4-3 – Ryan
Mackey with two assists in the loss; and Brian Chalmers, who also had an
assists, and Dan O’Neill, who had two assists, scored 19 seconds apart early in
the third period and Chalmers then completed a hat trick with 5:10 left in the
game as the Bombers nipped the Lancers, 9-7 – Sam Yarrow with two goals and an
assist, Luke Evangelista a goal and two assists and Joe Deeb a goal and a setup
in the win and Herling a hat trick and an assist and Nicole Sedler a goal and
an assists in the loss.
In the final, Seth Burdick scored with 33 seconds left in
overtime to give Warriors Robinson a 3-2 decision over the Bombers.
PLAYOFF MVP: Seth Burdick, Warriors
The fourth-seeded Raptors tok the crown.
In a quarterfinal game, Bertolami scored 27 seconds into
overtime to give the Raptors a 3-2 win over No. 5 Top Gun.
In the semifinals, Kyle Copp scored twice and Eugene Yoon
had two assists as the Raptors topped top-seeded Tornados, 5-2; and No. 3
Warriors Blackwell advanced past No. 2 Warriors Leach.
In the title game, Billy Fairweather forced overtime with a
goal and 5:52 left and Yoon delivered the shootout winner as the Raptors edged
Warriors Blackwell, 3-2.
PLAYOFF MVP: Eugene Yoon, Raptors
The No. 4 Knights won the title.
In the semifinals, the Knights advanced past the No. 1
Warriors Sweeney; and the Rebels moved past the No. 3 Warriors Sacco.
In the championships game, Latona capped a hat trick with 48
seconds left to give the Knight s 3-2 decision over the Rebels, who got a goal
and an assist from Desimone.
PLAYOFF MVP: Lantana, Knights
There was no champion crowned.
Top-seeded Warriors Cusack won the championship.
In the semifinal game, Sean Regan’s goal early in the second
period turned out to be the winner as the No. 2 Chiefs defeated the No. 3
In the title game, Harding scored two goals and assisted on
another, No. 4 posted a goal and two assists and Verrier also had two assists
as Warriors Cusack topped the Chiefs, 4-2 – John Langlois with a goal and an
assist in the loss.
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