Ryder McGonagale scored seven goals and set up another, Landon Pelletier scored two goals and dished out two assists, Tom Pasquerella also scored twice, Shawn Loder also posted two assists and Aiden Defrancesco pitched a shutout as the Chiefs scored a big win over the Americans; and the Blades delivered a big win over the Glades.
Warriors Mericantante and Warriors Logue both won twice in the North. Luke Tremblay scored four goals, Henry LeBruin had two goals and an assist, Ryan Mericantante also scored twice, No. 44 had two assists and Charlie Cooper pitched a shutout in Mericantante’s big win over the Generals – and Jack Sullivan scored four goals, wearing a natural hat in the first period, Christian Lava posted two goals and an assist and Ryan Constantine a goal and an assist in a loud victory over the Americans; Vinnie Durso pitched a shutout and Yianni Grammas scored with 10:43 left in a 1-0 decision over the Roadrunners – and Logue downed the Generals 9-3, Cam Saija with 1-1-2 in the loss;
In the other game, Sean Tattan and Russell Hoskins both scored twice and Daniel Chan had a goal and an assist as the Americans downed the Roadrunners 7-2.
Haverhill won twice in the South. Matt Costa scored four goals and set up another, Wes Ackerman scored twice and Jonah Parmenter had two assists in an 8-2 victory over the Redmen – and Larry Barrows wore the hat, Costa scored twice and Ackerman had a goal and an assist in a 7-4 triumph over the Leprechauns, Emerick O’Brien with a hat trick in the loss;
Clara Cary of the Islanders and Colin O’Hearn of the Leprechauns swapped first-period goal en route to a 1-1 tie; Cam Hatch wore the hat and Janik Nazerian had a goal and an assist as the Redmen defeated the Flyers 7-3 – Logan Pickering with a hat trick in the loss; Brett Daniel scored both goals as the Sachems edged the Islanders 2-1; and Pickering wore the hat and had an assist, Matt McInnes delivered two goals and an assist and Greg Berger also scored twice in the Flyers’ 8-2 victory over the Sachems.
Winthrop won twice and the Americans went 2-1 in the East. Tony Bordonaro wore the hat and Mike D’Ambrosio had two goals and an assist in Winthrop’s 7-3 victory over the Americans, Matt Ulmschneider with two goals and Lucas Hould 1-1-2 in the loss – and Bordonaro scored four goals, Nathan Previte had two goals and an assist and D’Ambrosio and Dante Guarioni both had 1-1-2 in a 10-6 win over the Mustangs, Colin O’Keef with a hat trick and an assist and Pat Converse two goals in the loss; Houle and Mason McLean both scored twice and Jameson Needham and Ryan Wilson both had two assists in a 6-2 victory over Warriors Griffin – and Hould came through with two goals and two assists and Needham also scored twice in a 9-2 win over Warriors Madill, who got two goals from Carlson.
The Dragons won twice in the West. Mike Millett wore the hat and dished out two assists, No. 17 scored twice and Cam Amero had two assists in an 11-5 victory over Warriors Kneeland, who got a hat trick from Grady Stickney and two assists from Cole Kneeland –and Millett scored four goals, Marsh came through with two goals and two assists, Ronan had two goals and an assist and Amero a goal and two assists in a big win over the same team;
Stephen Rizzo capped a hat trick with 1:10 left and then assisted when Zac Guelpa capped his hat trick18 seconds later to give the Meerkats a 7-6 decision over Belmont – Gabriel Kioumejian with a hat trick and an assist and Petie Dimas two goals and an assist in the loss; and Dimas scored five goals and set up two others, Seth Rabiner had two goals and an assist and Harrison Barmak had two assists in a 10-4 win over the Meerkats – Guelpa with two goals in the loss.
The Misfits won twice in the North. Adam Songini scored two goals and handed out two assists, Max Gagnon had two goals and a helper No. 3 posted 1-1-2, Mason Colby also had two assists and Logan Sheedy pitched a shutout in a 7-0 win over Warriors Carlson – and Darren Kim scored twice and Songini clicked for 1-1-2 in a 5-2 victory over Top Gun, who got both goals from Miga;
Mancini wore a natural hat in a 2:34 span of the second period and Sullivan had a goal and two assists as Warriors Ward topped Warriors Carlson 5-1; No. 9 wore the hat and had two assists, Ryan Stringer had a goal and two assists and Max Forristall posted 1-1-2 in the Hornets’ 7-2 win over the Predators; and Miga wore the hat and had an assist and Medugno posted 1-1-2 in Top Gun’s 5-2 victory over the Edge.
The Rangers won twice in the South. Shoemaker, Hall and McAllister all clicked for a goal and two assists, Young scored twice and Anderson pitched a shutout in a big win over the Edge – and McAllister wore the hat in a 6-2 triumph over the Bulldogs, who got both goals from AJ Parella;
In the other game, Chase Darcey and Griffin Doiron both wore hats, Darcey with an assist, Brody Baker had two goals and an assists and Liam Burke pitched a shutout as the Bulldogs scored a big win over Warriors Harb.
Beverly won twice in the East. Mantenuto wore the hat and Marshall had a goal and an assist in a 6-1 victory over the Hornets – and Mantenuto had two goals and an assist, Mills handed out two assists and Rushton pitched a shutout in a 6-0 triumph over Methuen;
Godfried scored one goal and set up another and Badrikian capped the American’s three-goal first period with seven seconds left in a 4-2 victory over Woburn; James Sansone wore the hat and Sam George posted 1-1-2 as the DOT Chiefs topped the Hornets 6-3 – Morello with two goals in the loss; and Nick Ottaviano wore the hat and had an assist and Noah Dinan pitched a shutout in the Predators’ 6-0 win over the Vikings.
In the West, Meyers scored four goals, No. 8 wore the hat and had an assist, Crasco had three assists and Gustafson scored twice as the Rams scored a big win over the Gators; and Bobby Massa, who also had an assist, scored with 1:57 left to give the Sharks a 5-4 decision over the Gators – Marshall with two goals in the win and Halter two goals and Whiting a goal and an assist in the loss.
In the only game in the North, Nardone and Rudnyai both delivered a goal and an assist as Warriors Harb topped Warriors Bleaser 7-1.
The Shamrocks posted two wins and a tie, the tie against the Hooligans, who also tied another game, The Eddies also won twice and Warriors Kneeland also had a win and a tie in the South. Cam Wyner and Liam Crowley shared the shutout and John Downing scored both goals in the Shamrocks 2-0 victory over the Stars; Downing scored with 48 seconds left to give his team a 3-2 decision over the Vipers; Ryan Dusablon scored with 4:43 left to give the Shamrocks a 2-2 tie with the Hooligans; Furbush scored the tying goal with 6:16 remaining and Fishlin posted 1-1-2 as the Hooligans tied the Falcons 3-3, Henry Butte with two goald for the Falcons; Alec O’Connor, who also had an assist, scored with 3:21 left to give the Eddies a 3-2 decision over the Vipers, who got assists on both goals from Sousa – and Shaan Porecha, Tyler Ulwick, Max Tong and Shane Napolitano all had a goal and an assist in The Eddies’ 7-2 win over Warriors Kneeland; Berrigan and No. 8 both posted two goals and an assist and No. 0 had a goal and two assists as Warriors Kneeland defeated the Vipers 8-2—and Doherty scored with 27 seconds remaining to give the Blue Wings a 3-3 tie with Warriors Kneeland, Ducharme with two assists for the Wings and Rinaldi a goal and an assist for the Warriors.
Twice As Strong won twice and the Shamrocks had a win and a tie in the East. Villiot scored twice and Brothers/Spencer came within 1:05 of a shutout as Twice topped Everett/Revere 4-1 – and Villiot wore a natural hat and had an assist, Baglio clicked for two goals and two assists and the goalies combined for a 7-0 blanking of the Mustangs; Jack Seibel scored one goal and set up two others, William Hellstrom had 1-1-2 and Joe McLaren pitched a shutout as the Shamrocks topped the Edge 5-0 – and No. 88 broke up the Cam Wickens shutout with 2:23 left and Seibel then came through 33 seconds later – Mike Doherty assisting on both goals – to give the Shamrocks a 2-2 tie with Everett/Revere;
In the other game, Pellegrino scored one goal and set up another as the Arrows defeated Everett/Revere 4-1.
Haverhill and the Rangers both won twice in the West. Dom Cappezzuto snapped a 1-1 tie with 8:39 left as Haverhill trimmed the Lancers 3-1 – and Darren Ackerman wore the hat, Ryan Frasca delivered two goals and an assist and Daven Allard a goal and two assists in a 6-1 victory over the Sabres; Keegan Boyden and Tyler Ferro both scored twice, Boyden with an assist, in the Rangers a 6-3 win over the Wildcats – and Patrick Drew scored two goals and set up two others, Nick Sanguedolce also scored twice and Noah Page pitched a shutout in a 6-0 triumph over the Sabres;
Stagnone scored a goal and handed out two assists, Newton scored twice in 18 seconds in the first period and Reynolds pitched a shutout as the Black Knights topped the Lancers 6-0; Ryan LaRiviere, John Daley and Mike Capone all scored one goal and assisted on two others as Lynn trimmed the Cobras 8-5 – Alex Fucile with a hat trick and an assist and Dylan Picard a goal and two assists in the loss; and Keenan, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 8:35 left and Stone scored twice as Woburn edged Lynn 4-3 – Connor Gagne with two goals in the loss.
The Lighthouses and Lightning both won twice in the North. Bernie Gillies posted two goals and an assist, Jerry Bazile and Logan Bridgewater both also scored twice and Andrew Gotts had a goal and an assist as the Lighthouses topped Tewksbury 7-2 – and Bazile scored twice and Logan Campbell had a goal and an assist in a 4-2 victory over the Jr. Jumbos; JJ Thibert snapped a tie with 41.2 seconds left and Paul Curtis assisted on a pair of Visconti goals in the second period as the Lightning nipped the Jumbos 4-2 – and Curtis clicked for two goals and an assist, Kyle Lonigro and Nick Ippolito both had 1-1-2 and Legro two assists in a 7-3 win over JW Hockey;
In the other game, No, 50 scored two goals in 40 seconds early in the third period as JW Hockey edged Tewksbury 3-2 – Will O’Keefe with 1-1-2 in the loss.
In the South, Langley dished out three assists and Parent scored twice as Haverhill topped the Toothless Wonders 5-1; Nos. 25 and 12 both scored twice and Bibeau had two assists as Amesbury defeated the Mad Men 4-1; Jack Ashley and Mikey Dingis (second goal of the game) scored 1:12 apart in the third period as Toothless edged the Hornets 3-2 – Trevor Wilson with 1-1-2 in the loss; No. 21 scored twice in the second period as the Chiefs nipped the Mad Men 3-2; Goodrich scored twice and Mike Somerset and No, 11 both posted 1-1-2 as the Wild topped Amesbury 6-2; and Stephen Robishaw and Wilson both had 1-1-2 in the Hornets’ 4-2 victory over the Chiefs.
Winchester and Salem both won twice in the East. Sean Cashell scored two goals and set up two others and Stephen Vozzella had a goal and an assist in Winchester’s 6-2 victory over North Reading, Robishaw with two goals in the loss – and John Smyth clicked for two goals and an assist, Colin Campbell had a goal and two assists and Louie Ketcios came within 2:22 of a shutout in a 6-1 triumph over the Thrashers; Lake delivered a goal and an assist in the third period and Salem rallied for four goals in the third period to trim Somerville II 4-2, Chris DeSousa with 1-1-2 in the loss – and Baker posted two goals and two assists, Gayne had two goals and an assist and Brown pitched a shutout in a 6-0 triumph over the Warriors;
Cam Delino snapped a 2-2 tie with a minute left and Matt Dearborn had two assists as the Thrashers downed Somerville I 4-2; Taplin came through with two goals and an assist and Chapman posted a goal and two assists as the Catamounts defeated North Reading 7-1; Dean Nally wore a natural hat and had an assist, Colby Pierce and Chris Kobziej both scored twice and added an assist and Tristan Goroshko pitched a shutout in the Bears scored a big win over Winchester; and Austin Pacheco scored two goals and assisted on another, Josh Amaral had a goal and an assist and Peter Dres two assists as Somerville I topped Somerville II 7-1.
The Warthogs won twice and Twice As Strong had a win and a tie in the West. Mike DiBacco scored the winner with 1:50 left and Dom Hall had two goals and an assist on the winner as the Warthogs edged the Timbers 3-2 – and Andrew Kass pitched a shutout and No. 0 scored with 3:38 left to give the Warthogs a 1-0 decision over the Friars; Dylan Stegeman pitched a shutout and Brendan Currie had a goal and an assist as Twice s Strong downed the Knights 3-0 – and No. 19 scored the tying goal with 2:30 left, Johnathan Rodgers had a goal and two assists and Brendan Vacca scored twice as the Condors pulled out a 5-5 tie with Twice As Strong, who got two goals and an assist apiece from Currie and Matt Viliott;
Joe Brousseau scored twice and Tim Bedard pitched a shutout as the Timbers defeated the DOT Chiefs 4-0; Gelinas dished out three assists, No, 9 posted two goals and an assist and Joe scored twice as the Friars topped the Chiefs 7-3 – Stoia with 1-1-2 in the loss; No. 11 scored twice, Coleman Nee had 1-1-2, Jason Smith had two assists and Dileo pitched a shutout as AC Daddy’s defeated the Lightning 7-0; and Cannizzaro clicked for two goals and an assist and Janvrin added two assists in the Knights’ 4-3 decision over the Condors, who got assists on all three goals from Ross McNeill.