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Upcoming Games

Sunday June 24

@ 7:40 HVAC vs Gneiss PPD

@ 8:50 Spawn of Rage vs ATS PPD

Tuesday June 26

@ 8:10 The Fog vs Mighty Pucks

@ 9:20 Hab Haters vs Shipyard

@ 10:30 Tropix vs Smgc Hammers

Wednesday Jen 27

@ 7:40 Pine Tree vs MDS

@ 8:50 Tropix vs Sebago Brew

@ 10:00 Get Plowed vs Mud Bears

Thursday June 28

@ 8:10 Sebago Brew vs SMGC Hammers

@ 9:20 HVAC vs The Fog

@ 10:30 Spawn of Outrage vs Pine Tree

Sunday July 1

@ 7:10 Mud Bears vs MDS

@ 8:20 Mighty Pucks vs Gneiss

@ 9:30 ATS vs Get Plowed

@ 10:40 Shipyard vs Hab Haters

Thursday July 5

@ 7:10 Mighty Pucks vs HVAC

@ 8:20 SMGC Hammers vs Sebago

@ 9:30 Tropix vs Shipyard Brew

@ 10:40 Mud Bears vs The Fog

Sunday July 8

@ 7:20 Outrage vs Hab Haters

@ 8:30 ATS vs Pine Tree

@ 9:40 MDS vs Get Plowed

@ 10:50 Gneiss vs The Fog

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  1. Make some post!!!!

  2. A couple general questions: Is Gorham taking any new teams (C or div 3 level)? What are the league fees? Deposit deadline? Start Date? Some people here at Atlantic Fund Admin were talking about getting something going, but it’s at the early stages. Thanks

  3. Yes, Gorham is taking new C or D3 teams…The league fees are yet to be determined but we will have 20 + regular season games and at least 2 playoff games…Deposit deadline is something that can always be flexible but a 200 to 300 hundred deposit is more than likely be needed by Mid October…Start Date is probably the week of OCT 5…For more info contact me @ (207)228-3420, (207) 838-5320 or e-mail me @ timmy93@hotmail.com or go to the website below
    My name is Tim and I would delighted to welcome you aboard. We will have two other website along with this one. One is still under construction.

    http://www.happysfreakshow.com/forum2/

  4. BH Milliken proved why they are the defending champs with a 6-4 win over HVAC… They jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals by Gabe Gumiond and #88 before HVAC struck back with goals from Dave Massarro and Scott Fletcher…The two teams exchanged goals late in the 2nd with # 20 adding his second goal for BH Milliken before Rob Cambell went end to end to tie it 3 after 2…The 3rd period belonged to BH Milliken with #20 scoring the go ahead goal and his 3rd of the game as BH Milliken hung on for a 6-4 win….

  5. In the nightcap, Hood outlasted the Tradesman 7-3…Hood jumped out to a 3-1 lead after two on goals from Chris Plummer, Stanley Sampson, and Jay Neadeu…Early in the 3rd, the Tradesman stuck for 2 quick goals from Loren Blair and Roland Duduette to tie it @ 3 before Chris Plummer scored on a snap shot 2 minutes later to take the lead back for Hood…Hood would add 3 more goals, Plummer(hat trick) Kevin Colangelo and Kevin Munsen to round out the scoring…Final 7-3

    PS I am rusty on writing these, they will get better…

  6. In a classic goaltending duel between Sebago’s Juilan Kaelin and Carter’s Mike Rullo, Sebago came out on top with a 1-0 win… Mike Rullo made save after save in the first keeping his team in the game while facing and stoping 16 shots…Much the same happened in the second but 9:47 in Kevin Hopkins made a great outlet pass to Adam Tanguay who went 6th hole on a breakaway for the only goal of the game…Carter’s got stronger as the game when on, only to be denied time after time by Kaelin…The shots ended up 23-18 in favor of Sebago who improved to 1-0 and will try to keep the shutout steak alive next week against HVAC…Carter’s fell to 0-1 and will try to even it’s record next week against defending champs BH Miliken…

  7. Newcomers Atlantic Funding pulled out a hard fought 4-3 victory in their in first game @ USM….

    The Tradesman struck first on a beautiful pass by #0 and tip #18 over the glove of Atlantic goalie Seth Libby…The first period ended with the Tradesman holding a 1-0 lead…

    Mark Embury scored the equalizer off a goalmouth scramble for the only goal in the 2nd…

    The action was fast and furious in the 3rd as #7 on Atlantic scored a shortie on a breakaway firing a shot five hole on Tradesman’s goalie Dan Morgan…

    The Tradesman wouldn’t go easy as JBH scored a beautiful goal on a 2 on 1 firing a blazing wrist shot pass Libby to tie the score @ 2…

    #7 on Atlantic put them ahead for good as he blocked a shot, came in on another breakaway and again put it five hole…

    Mark Embury scored the 4th goal for ATL as Dan Morgan passed him the puck and he put it in the empty-net…

    The Tradesman would make it interesting, scoring 20 seconds later but Atlantic withstood the final onslaught for a 4-3 W…

    Next up for Atlantic (1-0) is defending champs BH Milliken (1-0)…The Tradesman(0-2) will be looking for their first W against Sebago(1-0)

  8. Hood outlasted SMCC 7-5 to improve to 2-0 on the year…Hood jumped on SMCC early took a 3-1 lead after 1… SMCC cut the lead in half heading into the 3rd but each time SMCC pulled within 1, Hood responded quickly…Lead by Stanley Sampson and Sean Drew (2G a piece) Hood spoiled SMCC first game @ USM this year…

    Hood will try and improve to 3-0 against HVAC (0-2) next week… SMCC( 0-1) will be searching for their first W when they take on Carter’s (0-1)

  9. In the nightcap, HVAC took on Sebago…Jumping out with 2 quick goals by Mike Nataupsky and Scott Fletcher and dominating on the shot clock it looked good after 1 for HVAC first W of the year…

    The 2nd was a different story though as Sebago scored 3 unanswered goals,(Greg Bishop, Adam Tanguay, Mike Pomerleau) and carried the play…

    Mike Goodrich tied the score on the PP 4:18 into the 3rd for HVAC but again Sebago blitzed the HVAC net and scored 3 quick one again(Jay Lachance, Scott Fitser, and Tanguay)…Scott Fletcher rounded out the scoring with his 2nd of the game and 4th of the year (which ties him for the lead with Hood’s Chris Plummer)… Sebago also got outstanding goaltening again from Juilan Kaelin who made 26 saves on 30 shots… Fianl 6-4

  10. Rullo leads Carter’s over BH Milliken…Really that’s all that needs to be said…

    Late in the first Cater’s Tim Polowski blocked a shot skated passed the D and fired a shot five hole on BH’s Goalie Mike Payne for the only goal of the first…

    @ 2:41 of the 2nd Rick Brown bounced a puck over Payne and then 2 minutes later Bob Babcock converted a beautiful pass from Troy Anctil to extend Carter’s lead to 3-0 after 2…

    Everybody was expecting BH Milliken to come out strong in the 3rd but Pete Mirehouse had different ideas…He buried a nice feed from Jon Spring and then set up Eric Weeks on a nice pass for a 5-0 Carter’s lead…Matt Martell spoiled Rullo’s shutout bid with his league leading 4th goal halfway though the 3rd to round out the scoring…

    Next up for Carter’s (1-1) SMCC (0-1) while the defending champs look for redemption against Atlantic Fund(1-0)…

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Carter’s # 15 Tim Polowski 1 (unassisted) @ 13:30

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Goal

    2-0 Car #4 Rick Brown 1 ( # 12 Bob Babcock, #16 Troy Anctil) @ 2:41

    3-0 Car #12 Bob Babcock 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil, # 7 Brad Beals) @ 4:48

    Penalties

    BH Milliken #7 Dave Madsen 2 Trip @ 7:45

    3rd Period

    4-0 Car # 8 Pete Mirehouse 1 ( #17 John Spring) @ :42

    5-0 Car #81 Eric Weeks 1 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #26 Pete Mathieau) @ 1:26

    5-1 # 20 Matt Martell 4 ( #22 Gabe Guimond, # 88 Ben Daigle) @ 2:14

    Peanlties

    Car #26 Pete Mathieau 2 Hold @ 8:28

    Goalies: Carter’s: Mike Rullo (23 shots 22 saves) BH Milliken: Mike Payne (20 shots 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 1-1 2 points: BH Milliken 1-1 2 points

  11. Nice re cap Tim!!!!

  12. Thanks man, it’s been a while since I have written some but I think they are getting better…

  13. Any chance we can get the sox game over PA system for sunday night’s games. Assuming that they win game 6.

  14. What teams have done in the past is bring radio’s on the benches…I know I will have one in the timekeeper’s box…

  15. Rullo again stands on his head as Carter’s pulls out a 7-3 victory over SMCC…Rullo making 34 saves on 37 shots kept SMCC off the boars until mid-way though the 3rd…

    Carter’s started out strong jumping to a quick 2-0 lead on goals by Rick Brown and Pete Mirehouse: than Rullo took over…

    After a scoreless 2nd a wild 3rd period ensued: Troy Antcil gave Carter’s a 3-0 lead before SMCC was able to crack Rullo and cut the lead to 3-1…40 Seconds after SMCC scored Troy Anctil added a 2nd goal to make it 4-1…

    SMCC tried to get back in the game but every time they scored, Carter’s seemed to have a answer: SMCC cut it too 4-2 but 30 seconds later Bob Babcock restored the 3 goals lead…SMCC again cut the lead down to 2 but 2 minutes later Bob Babcock again put Carter’s ahead by 3…John Spring would round out the scoring with 54 seconds left…

    Carter’s improves to 2-1 while SMCC falls to 0-2

    Box Score

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Car #4 Rick Brown 2 (#8 Pete Mirehouse, # 12 Bob Babcock) @ 5:52

    2-0 Car #8 Pete Mirehouse 2 ( #7 Brad Beals) @ 9:08

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-0 Car #16 Troy Anctil 1 (unassisted) @ 3:38

    3-1 #24 ( #2, #14) @ 5:04

    4-1 Car #16 Troy Anctil 2 ( #9 Bill Kennedy) @ 5:54

    4-2 #24 ( #13, #2) @ 7:39

    5-2 Car # 12 Bob Babcock 2 (#8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 8:10

    5-3 #0 (#17) @ 9:40

    6-3 Car #12 Bob Babcock 3 (unassisted) @ 12:49

    7-3 Car # 17 John Spring 1 (#16 Troy Anctil) @ 13:06

    Goalies Mike Rullo (37 shots 34 saves) SMCC (22 shots 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 2-1 4 points: SMCC 0-2 0 points

  16. The nightcap was one of the better clashes of the young season @ USM…

    37 Seconds in Ed Radley banged home a rebound of a Darren Thayer shots to give Atlantic a quick 1-0 lead…

    @ the 4:36 make Ben Daigle jumped on a lose puck came in on a breakaway and beat netminder Seth Libby to tie the game @ 1 for BH Milliken…But Atlantic responded less than a minute later # 2 went coast to coast and roofed a shot of the glove hand of goalie Mike Payne….

    Atlantic extended the lead to 3-1 with the only goal of the 2nd when Mike Morlano slipped a shot under Payne…

    BH Milliken responded in the 3rd when Matt Martell took a beautiful pass from Ben Daigle and scored his lead leading 5th goal…It looked like Atlantic might hold on until Scott Libby took a break-out pass from Drew Payne and beat Seth Libby with a laser of a wrist shot over the blocker with just 1:07 left…

    Hence we had the first Shootout @ USM this year and John Cushing of Atlantic scored the only goals to propel the newcomers to a 4-3 SO victory…

    Atlantic impoves to 2-0 while BH Milliken picks up a point and is 1-1-1…

    Box Score

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #8 Ed Radley 1 (#13 Darren Thayer, #2) @ :37

    1-1 #88 Ben Daigle 2 (unassisted) @ 4:38

    2-1 ATL #2 1 (#13 Darren Thayer) @ 7:26

    Peanlties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ATL #14 Mike Morlano 1 (unassisted) @ 13:10

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 # 20 Matt Martell 5 (# 88 Ben Daigle) @ 6:17

    3-3 # 24 Scott Libby 1 (#1 Drew Payne) @ 12:53

    Penalties

    BH #25 Brian Siebert 2 Trip @ 7:44

    BH # 7 Dave Madsen 2 Trip @ 13:57

    Shootout: ATL BH

    Round 1 ATL #2 Missed BH Matt Martell Missed
    Round 2 ATL John Cushing Goal BH Ben Daigle Missed
    Round 3 BH Scott Libby Missed

    Goalies

    Atlantic: Seth Libby (28 shots 25 saves) BH Milliken: Mike Payne (20 shots 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 2-0 4 points: BH Milliken 1-1-1 3 points

  17. HVAC and Hood had another classic battle tonight…Great netminding, timely goals and even some rough stuff…

    Harold Nataupsky scored his first of the year off a face-off win and snapped a shot five hole for the first goal of the game…HVAC lead 1-0 after 1…

    Hood responded in the second when Chris Plummer took a pass from Chris Huff and found the back of the twine…It was Plummer’s 5th of the year…

    Later in the 2nd HVAC would get the lead back when Rob Cambell picked of a clearing attempt a launched a rocket that almost put a hole in the net…It was Cambell’s 2nd and HVAC lead 2-1 after 2…

    Hood tied it up @ the 5:23 mark of the 3rd when William Sampson aka Satan put a seeing eye backhander past HVAC netminder Shawn Cohen…

    Justin Rice would get his first of the year and it would be the GWG on a blast from the point halfway though the 3rd…Shawn Cohen did the rest as he stopped 22 out of 24 shots to lead HVAC to their 1st W as Hood dropped their first of the year

    Box Score

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC # 12 Harold Nataupsky 1 ( #18 Mike Goodrich, #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 3:58

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    1-1 #11 Chris Plummer 5 ( #9 Chris Huff, #17 Sean Drew) @ 3:20

    2-1 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 2 (Unassisted) @ 12:00

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    2-2 #666 William Sampson 2 (unassisted) @ 5:23

    3-2 HVAC #7 Justin Rice 1 ( #2 Rob Mitchell, # 9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 6:59

    Penalties

    HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 2 rough

    HVAC #12 Harold Natauspky 10 misconduct

    Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 2 Rough

    Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 10 misconduct

    Goalies: HVAC: Shawn Cohen (24 shots 22 saves) Hood: Joe Foster (26 shots 23 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 1-2 2 Points: Hood 2-1 4 points

  18. Sebago jumped on the Tradesman early and often and Adam Tanguay had 4G and 1A to leading Sebago to an 8-1 win…

    Tanguay had a hat trick in the first period while Chad Gillis added another goal to propel Sebago to a 4-1 lead after 1…Noah Miner had the lone Tradesman goal…

    After Jay Lachance scored :30 seconds into the 2nd Tanguay would add another goal, his 7th for a 6-1 lead after 2…

    Jay Lachance and #19 would add the finishing touches on a convincing 8-1 win…Juilen Kaelin again played steller in net stopping 18 out of 19 shots and 4 breakaways…Seabgo appears the team to beat at the moment: and we have a Cy Young candidate in Tanguay who is 7-1( 7 goals and only 1 assist for the novices out there :) )

    Seabgo improves to 3-0 and the Tradesman fall to 0-3…

    Box Score

    1st Period

    1-0 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 4 (#3 Scott Fitser) @ 2:47

    1-1 #24 Noah Miner 2 ( #22 Loren Blair) @ 4:16

    2-1 SB #2 Chad Gillis 1 (unassisted) @ 7:49

    3-1 #9 Adam Tanguay 5 ( #19) @ 9:28

    4-1 # 9 Adam Tanguay 6 ( #19, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 13:15

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    5-1 #4 Jay Lachance 2 ( #9 Adam Tanguay, # 24 Brian Hamann) @ :29

    6-1 #9 Adam Tanguay 7 (unassisted) @ 1:10

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-1 #19 1 ( #3 Scott Fitser) @ 3:12

    8-1 # 4 Jay Lachance 3 (#10 Greg Bishop) @ 10:06

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies Sebago: Julian Kaelin (19 shots 18 saves) Tradesman: Dan Morgan ( 28 shots 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 3-0 6 Points: Tradesman 0-3 0 points

  19. SMCC jumped on Sebago early and hung on to earn their first W of the year and hand Sebago with their first L…

    SMCC scored 3 in the first and added one 5:20 into the 2nd to take a 4-0 lead…Adam Tanguay and Greg Bishop were able to pull Sebago within 2 after 2…

    SMCC #0 who had 5 points expand the lead to 5-2 before Tanguay answered 1 minute later…

    #0 scored a beautiful shortie as he walked by a d-man and roofed a shot of Eric Tanguay, it would turn out to be the GWG as Tanguay would added his 10th and Gene St Cyr would pull Sebago to within one but it was too little to late… 6-5 SMCC

    Team Records
    SMCC 1-2 2 points: Sebago Brew 3-1 6 points

    Box Score

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #0 (unassisted) @ 3:35

    2-0 SMCC #13(#6, #5) @ 9:29

    3-0 SMCC #0 ( #13) @ 9:54

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    4-0 SMCC #0 (Unassisted) @ 5:27

    4-1 # 9 Adam Tanguay 8 ( Jay Lachance) @ 6:42

    4-2 # 10 Greg Bishop 2 ( Mike Pomerleau) @ 12:43

    Penalties

    SMCC #2 2 Hook @ 1:00

    3rd Period

    5-2 SMCC #0 (#0) @ :42

    5-3 SB # 9 Adam Tanguay 9 ( Scott Fitser) @ 3:39

    6-3 SMCC #0 (Unassisted) @ 8:21 SH

    6-4 SB # 9 Adam Tanguay 10 (Unassisted) @ 11:30

    6-5 SB # 22 Gene St Cyr 1 (Nat Germond) @ 14:40

    Penalties

    SB #11 Dwight Doucette 2 Hold @ 5:29

    SMCC #0 2 X-Check @ 7:45

    SMCC #12 2 Hook @ 9:33

    Goalies: SMCC (24 shots 19 saves) Sebago Brew: Eric Tanguay (25 shots 19 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 1-2 2 points: Sebago Brew 3-1 6 points

  20. Hood and newcomer to the team Mike made a statement in the nightcap as Hood routed BH Milliken 9-4…Mike had 5 G and 1 A…

    The goals came fast and furious in the 1st…But Hood came out leading 4-2…Two goals by Mike, one by Chris Huff and one by Kevin Colangelo would account for the goals by Hood while Brian Seibert had 1G 1A to lead BH Milliken…

    In the 2nd Hood would add 3 quick ones to pull to a 7-3 lead after 2…

    BH Milliken came out strong in the 3rd and pulled withing 3 on a goal by Ben Daigle but Joe Foster came up with some big saves(23 in all) to hold them off…Mike would add his 5th to round out the scoring…Mike Payne finished with 16 saves…Hood improves to 3-1 while BH Milliken winless in the last 3 fell to 1-2-1…

    Box Score

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood # 0 Mike 1 ( #4 Kevin Colangelo) @ 1:04

    1-1 BH # 25 Brian Siebert 1 ( #0) @ 2:54

    2-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 1 ( #14 Dave Grigsby) @ 4:22

    2-2 BH #0 1 (#25 Brian Siebert) @ 7:14

    3-2 Hood #0 Mike 2 (#4 Kevin Colangelo, # 14 Dave Grigsby) @ 11:10

    4-2 Hood #4 Kevin Colangelo 2 (Unassisted) @ 13:26

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    5-2 Hood # 11 Chris Plummer 6( #9 Chris Huff) @ :30

    6-2 Hood #0 Mike 3 (# 11 Chris Plummer, # 14 Dave Grigsby) @ 3:32

    6-3 BH #0 2 (Unassisted) @ 4:12

    7-3 Hood # 0 Mike 4 ( Unassisted) SH @ 10:05

    Penalties

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Hook @ 8:10

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-4 BH #88 Ben Daigle 3 ( #22 Gabe Guimuond) @ 2:16

    8-4 Hood #4 Kevin Colangelo 3( #0 Mike, # 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 6:02

    9-4 Hood #0 Mike 5 (#69 Kevin Munson, # 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 11:32

    Penalties

    Hood #4 Kevin Colangelo 2 Trip @ 6:29

    Goalies: Hood: Joe Foster (27 shots, 23 saves) BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 25 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 3-1 6 points: BH Milliken 1-2-1 3 point

  21. Mike Goodrich scores 2 as HVAC hands Atlantic it’s first L

    8:57 in the ist Jim Duest took a pass from Scott Fletcher a blasted a rocket past Altantic goalie Seth Libby for his first goal and give HVAC a 1-0 lead…

    Late in the period Lucas Hannigan took a shot on Shawn Cohen and John Cushing batted the rebound out of mid-air to tie it @ 1…It was Cushing 3rd of the season…

    The only goal of the 2nd was a beauty: Mike Goodrich took a lose puck cut across the shot and launched and laser past the glove hand of Libby…

    Halfway through the 3rd Mike Goodrich would add his second on a scramble in front for his 3rd of the year: assist went to Mike and Harold Nataupsky…

    Rounding out the scoring, Charlie Elwell took a pretty feed from Harold Nataupsky and tipped it by a helpless Libby: prettiest goal of the year so far…

    Libby played well stopping 30 saves in a losing effort while Shawn Cohen got the W playing solid and making 17 saves…

    Box Score

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 1 ( #10 Scott Fletcher) @ 8:57

    1-1 ATL #7 John Cushing 3 ( #10 Lucas Hannigan) @ 12:31

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 2 (Unassisted)

    Peanlties

    ATL #6 2 Inter @ 7:49

    3rd Period

    3-1 HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 3 (#12 Harold Nataupsky, # 14 Mike Nataupsky ) @ 6:42

    4-1 HVAC # 9 Charile Elwell 1 ( #12 Harold Nataupsky) @ 12:23

    Peanlties

    None

    Goalies: HVAC Shawn Cohen (18 shots 17 saves) Atlantic: Seth Libby ( 34 shots 30 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 2-2 4 Points: Atlantic 2-1 4 points

  22. Great game to finish out week 4 of play between Carter’s and the Tradesman…The first period was scoreless but not for lack of chances but both goalies turned aside all 17 shots…

    Jeremy Bowie-Haskell(2)with his brand new fancy stick. Opened the scoring @ the 8:40 mark of the 2nd as he took a rebound off a Mark Van Zandt shot a slid it by Mike Rullo…Roland Duquette also picked up an assist…

    A Little less than 2 minutes later Brian Fish (1)picked up a loose puck and launched a rocket that squeaked by net minder Dan Morgan…

    It looked like the score would be tied after two but Pete Mirehouse(3) took a great break out pass from Pete Mathieau and slipped a backhander pass Morgan…

    Carter’s opened to lead to 2 when Bob Babcock(4) took a pass from Brian Fish and found the back of the net for a 3-1 lead…

    There was no quit in the Tradesman though as Mike Heath(1) took a centering pass from Travis Jalbet and put one pass Rullo while shorthanded to cut the lead in half…

    With less than 2 Minutes left John Spring added 2 goals for Carter’s to finish off the scoring: One was on a nice wrap-around and the other was one a rebound: Troy Anctil assisted on both goals…

    Final 5-2 Carter’s and both net minders ended with 17 saves

    Team Records

    Carter’s 3-1 6 points: Tradesman 0-4 0 points

    Box Score

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    1-0 TRA #19 Jeremy Bowie-Haskell 2 ( #77 Mark Van Zandt, # 4 Roland Duquette) @ 8:40

    1-1 CAR #11 Brian Fish 1 (Unassisted) @ 11:10

    2-1 CAR # 8 Pete Mirehouse 3 ( #26 Peter Mathieau) @ 13:45 SH

    Penalties

    Car #12 Bob Babcock 2 Trip @ 12:07

    3rd Period

    3-1 Car #12 Bob Babcock 4 ( Brian Fish) @ 3:25

    3-2 TRA # 6 Mike Heath 1 ( #23 Travis Jalbert) @ 8:40 SH

    4-2 CAR # 17 John Spring 2 ( #9 Bill Kennedy, #16 Troy Anctil) @ 12:46

    5-2 CAR #17 John Spring 3 (#16 Troy Anctil) @ 13:12

    Penalties

    TRA #3 Chris Fullarton 2 Hook @ 6:49

    TRA # 77 Mark Van Zandt 2 X-Check @ 10:03

    Goalies: Carter’s: Mike Rullo ( 19 Shots 17 Saves), Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 22 shots 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 3-1 6 points: Tradesman 0-4 0 points

  23. 2 great games @ the USM ice arena tonight!!!

    The first game pitted Sebago vs Atlantic

    Sebago would open the scoring @ 5:34 of the first as Jay Lachance tipped in a beautiful pass from Adam Tanguay…

    Atlantic would respond with a nice point shot from Darren Thayer after he received a nice pass from John Cushing …

    @ 2:01 of the 2nd Adam Tanguay would pick up a lose puck and would slip his lead leading 11th goal pass Atlantic netminder Seth Libby…

    Atlantic would not go away as Jason Walker took a pass from John Cushing and banged a rebound pass Seabgo goalie Julian Kaelin…2-2 after 2

    3 minutes into the 3rd Sebago would net the game winner as Greg Bishop ripped a wirst shot over the glove of Libby…

    Kaelin would make the lead stand up and Tanguay would add his 12th (backhand to forehand will always work) for a 4-2 final…Great game, great tempo, good goals and very good goaltending , this game had everything(except a penalty…

    Box Score

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 4 (#9 Adam Tanguay, #8 Brian Johnson) @ 5:34

    1-1 ATL # 13 Darren Thayer 1 ( #11 Eric McCue, # 7 John Cushing) @ 10:26

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    2-1 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 11 (#91 Mike Pomerleau) @ 2:01

    2-2 ATL #5 Jason Walker 1 ( # 7 John Cushing) 13:25

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    3-2 SB #10 Greg Bishop 3 ( #22 Gene St Cyr) @ 3:00

    4-2 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 12 (#8 Brian Johnson) @ 12:35

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies : Sebago: Julian Kaelin ( 25 Shots 23 saves) Atlantic Seth Libby ( 34 Shots 30 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 4-1 8 points: Atlantic 2-2 4 points

  24. Wow, the SMCC/HVAC game was plodding along until HVAC decided to turn it on…

    SMCC had a 4-1 lead with less the 10 minutes left but Mike Goodrich started a monumental comeback taking a pass from Steve Perry and slipping it pass SMCC goalie Lincon Jordon…

    With 4:02 left: Rob Cambell had his gamely end to end rush to cut the lead to 1…

    Dave Massarro then picked up a lose puck a blasted one the barely crossed that line…

    Harold Nataupsky banged home a pass from Steve Perry to finally give HVAC a 5-4 lead but the damage wasn’t done… 56 seconds later Steve Perry added his first of the year capitalizing on a nice pass from Massarro to extend the lead to 2…It would prove to be important as SMCC didn’t go away scoring with 20.9 seconds left and then just missing the net with 5 second left….A wild, wild finish with HVAC scoring 4 goals in 3:30 seconds to pull out the victory…

    Box Score

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #2 ( Unassisted) @ 7:00

    1-1 HVAC #14 Mike Nataupsky 2 (Unassisted) 7:51

    Penalties

    HVAC #2 Rob Mitchell 2 Trip @ 9:38

    2nd Period

    2-1 SMCC #2 (Unassisted) @ 8:00

    3-1 SMCC #6 ( #0) @ 10:31

    Penalties

    None

    3rd period

    Goals

    4-1 SMCC #8 (#0, #6) @ :43

    4-2 HVAC # 18 Mike Goodrich 4 ( #6 Steve Perry) @ 3:23

    4-3 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 3 (Unassisted) @ 8:58

    4-4 HVAC #4 Dave Massarro 2 (Unassisted) @ 10:44

    5-4 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 2 ( #6 Steve Perry) @ 11:34

    6-4 HVAC #6 Steve Perry 1 ( #4 Dave Massarro, #11 Rob Cambell ) @ 12:30

    6-5 SMCC #0 (#8) @ 13:39

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Shawn Cohen ( 22 shots 17 saves) SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 30 Shots 24 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 3-2 6 points: SMCC 1-3 2 points

  25. Tim: Great re-caps! These are hysterical to read the next day!

  26. BH Milliken jumped on the Tradesman early and often and had a 3-0 lead before the game was 6 minutes old on Goals by Gabe Gumiond, #0 and Matt Martell…

    Ron Giroux would tip in a nice pass from #0 to gibe BH a 4-0 lead @ the 10:18 mark…

    The only goal of the 2nd belonged to Ben Daigle and it extended the lead to 5…

    The Tradesman would ruin Mike Payne shutout bid @ the @ 8:20 mark of the 3rd on a nice breakaway goal by Travis Jalbert: a nice pass by Drew Mayo set the goal up…

    Matt Martell would bang his 7th of the year past netminder Dan Morgan to round out the scoring…

    Payne would finish with 14 saves while Morgan knocked aside 18

    Final BH MIlliken 6 Tradesman 1

    Box Score

    Final Score: BH Milliken 6 Tradesmen 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 2 (# 88 Ben Daigle) @ 1:40

    2-0 BH #0 (# 24 Scott Libby) @ 5:00

    3-0 BH #20 Matt Martell 6 ( Unassisted) @ 5:47

    4-0 BH #44 Ron Giroux 2 ( # 0, # 69 Jim Skovorak) @ 10:48

    Penalties

    BH # 8 2 Trip @ 2:42

    TRA #23 Travis Jalbert 2 Trip @ 13:59

    2nd Period

    Goals

    5-0 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 4 ( # 0) @ 7:31

    Penalties

    TRA # 11 Pete Toohey 2 Rough @ 5:16

    BH #20 Matt Martell 2 Rough @ 5:16

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 TRA #23 Travis Jalbert 1 (# 26 Drew Mayo ) @ 8:20

    6-1 BH #20 Matt Martell 7 ( # 88 Ben Daigle, # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 9:10

    Penalties

    BH # 0 2 Elbow, 2 High-stick @ 3:20

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 Inter @ 3:20

    TRA # 26 Drew Mayo 2 Hook @ 3:52

    Goalies: BH Mike Payne ( 15 Shots 14 Saves ) TRA Dan Morgan ( 24 Shots 18 Saves )

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 2-2-1 5 points: Tradesmen 0-5 0 points

  27. The nightcap was one of the better Men’s league games I have witnessed…

    Mike Rullo and Joe Foster would put on a goaltending display that has rarely been seen in a Men’s league game…

    Hood’s Kevin Colangelo opened the scoring on a rebound of a Greg Meehan shot to open the scoring @ 5:25 of the 2nd…

    Carter’s John Spring would answer on a shot from the points that bounced of a skate @ 7:17 of the second…

    Both Goalies would keep in that way though the 3rd and we went to the 2nd shootout of the year

    Hood’s Chris Huff would score first but Bob Babcock would tie it so we went to OT in the shootout: Hood’s Chris Plummer was denied by Rullo while John Spring put in the winner with a nice move…

    Final 2-1 Carter’s…

    Box Score

    Final Score: Carters 2 Hood 1 in SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    NONE

    Penalties

    Hood # 33 Greg Meehan 2 Trip @ 8:19

    2nd Period

    1-0 Hood #4 Kevin Colangelo 4 ( # 33 Greg Meehan , #17 Sean Drew ) @ 5:25

    1-1 CAR #17 John Spring 4 ( #7 Brad Beals, #4 Rick Brown) @ 7:17

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    Hood #11 Chris Plummer 2 Rough @ 2:27

    Hood #4 Kevin Colangelo 2 Hook @ 4:47

    CAR # 27 Tim Thorton 2 Trip @ 5:04

    SO GWG John Spring in 4th Round

    Goalies CAR Mike Rullo ( 20 Shots 19 Saves) Hood Joe Foster ( 17 Shots 16 Saves )

    Teams Records

    Carters 4-1 8 Points: Hood 3-1-1 7 Points

  28. Talk about a heart-breaker last shootout shot! Thought he missed when he tripped over my stick, then saw the puck in the back of the net lol oh well, great game Carter’s!

  29. Nice game Joe!!

  30. The game that I thought would never end!!!! Carter’s and Atlantic on Sunday night was a classic duel between Mike Rullo and Seth Libby in the shoot-out…It took 24 shoot-out shots before we had a winner…

    Mike Morlano would open the scoring banging home a rebound on a shot from John Cushing @ the 5:10 mark of the first…

    4 minutes later John Spring would rifle home a shot over the glove of Libby on a 2 on 1 to tie the score…

    Then Tim Thornton scored a beautiful goal as he roofed a shot over Rullo: well there is a problem: Tim Thornton plays for Carter’s so his “own” goal gave the lead to Atlantic 2-1 after 1…The goal was credited to Mark Embury…

    The only lamp lighter in the 2nd period was Kurt Fletcher as he took a face-off win from Troy Anctil and put a seeing eye shot pass Libby to tie it a 2…

    Brain Fish would put Carter’s out on top with a shot that eluded Libby with 4:48 left and it looked like Carter’s would pull out the victory despite scoring on their own goalie…But then 34 seconds later #6 took a blocked shot came in on a break-away went back-hand-fore-hand and put the puck past Rullo’s poke check…

    The the Shootout! Nobody had scored until the 8th round until Rick Brown beat Libby with a nice backhand, so it was over right: nope Darren Lizotte scored for Atlantic in response so we continued until everybody on each team had shot once…John Cushing got a 2nd chance and he made not mistake with a beautiful move to finally give Atlantic the 4-3 victory…

    Box Score

    Final

    Atlantic 4 Carter’s 3 in a SO

    1st Period

    1-0 ATL #14 Mike Morlano 2 (# 7 John Cushing, #6) @ 5:10

    1-1 CAR #17 John Spring 5 (#4 Rick Brown, #7 Brad Beals) @ 9:41

    2-1 ATL #17 Mark Embury 3 (Unassisted) 12:00

    Penalties

    None

    2nd period

    Goals

    2-2 CAR #3 Kurt Fletcher 1 (#16 Troy Anctil) @ 5:09

    Penalties

    ATL #5 Jason Walker 2 Rough @ 11:00

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 CAR #11 Brian Fish 2 (#16 Troy Anctil, #12 Bob Babcock) @ 9:12

    3-3 ATL # 6 2 (Unassisted) @ 9:46

    Penalties

    # 4 Jim Sawyer 2 Hook @ 11:09

    SO GWG John Cushing in the 12th round!!!

    Goalies: ATL Seth Libby ( 27 shots 24 saves) CAR Mike Rullo ( 18 Shots 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 3-2 6 points: Carter’s 4-1-1 9 points

  31. The nightcap was between BH Milliken and SMCC…

    Andy Souza opened the scoring for BH Milliken with a nice shot pass Rullo(yes he played 2 in a row) to make the score 1-0…

    SMCC would respond with 2 quick goals at the end of the first :46 seconds apart to make the score 2-1 after 1…

    #17 for BH Milliken and SMCC would trade goals in the 2nd before Ron Giroux made a pretty move on a break-away with time winding down to send the game to the 3rd tied @ 3…

    BH Milliken was looking good as 2:50 in the 3rd Andy Souza fired one pass Rullo to give BH a 4-3 lead…

    It then fell apart for BH Milliken as SMCC would score 3 quick goals and add an empty netter to round out the scoring…Ben Daigle(missing his usual line mates Matt Martell and Gabe Gumiond) picked up 3 assist…

    Box Score

    Final

    SMCC 7 BH Milliken 4

    1st Period

    1-0 BH #49 Andy Souza 1 (#44 Ron Giroux) @ 3:57

    1-1 SMCC #35 (#0, #14 ) @ 10:54

    2-1 SMCC #35 (#0, #0) @ 11:42

    Penalties

    BH #7 Dave Madsen 2 Trip @ :40

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 BH #17 1 ( #49 Andy Souza, # 88 Ben Daigle) @ 4:51

    3-2 SMCC #35 (#11, #14 ) @ 10:58

    3-3 BH #44 Ron Giroux 3 ( # 88 Ben Daigle) @ 13:22

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 BH #49 Andy Souza 2 (# 88 Ben Daigle, #17) @ 2:50

    4-4 SMCC #35 (#0) @ 4:27

    5-4 SMCC #11 (Unassisted) @ 5:24

    6-4 SMCC #0 (#35, #11) @ 9:47

    7-4 SMCC #0 (Unassisted) @ 13:34 en

    Penalties

    SMCC #11 2 X-Check @ 12:45

    BH #1 Drew Payne 2 Trip @ 13:16

    Goalies: SMCC Mike Rullo (25 shots, 21 saves) BH Milliken Mike Payne (23 Shots 17 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 2-3 4 points: BH Milliken 2-3-1 5 points

  32. The Tradesmen earn their first victory of the year…It didn’t start out well for them at first, As HVAC’s Harold Nataupsky & Mike Nataupsky struck for the only two goals of the first: Each picked up an assist on each others goals…

    At the 1:31 mark Loren Blair picked up a feed from Noah Miner and stuffed the puck passed HAVC’s goalie Gary Merrill. Nine minutes later HVAC would strike back with a sweet give-and-go between Charlie Elwell & Mike Goodrich…Loren Blair would add a 2nd goal with 10 seconds left in the 2nd period to cut the lead in half…

    The only goal in the 3rd period would be banked home by Ron Smith with 2:14 left to force a shoot-out…In the shoot-out Loren Blair and Jeremy Bowie-Haskell would score for the Tradesmen while goalie Chris Baba stopped both shots he faced…Baba finished with 30 saves…

    Box Score

    Final

    Tradesman 4 HVAC 3 In a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 3 (#18 Mike Goodrich, #14 Mike Nataupsky) @ 6:26

    2-0 HVAC #14 Mike Nataupsky 3 ( #12 Harold Nataupsky ) @ 11:48

    Penalties

    HVAC #6 Steve Perry 2 trip @ 2:34

    2nd Period

    2-1 TRA # 22 Loren Blair 2 (# 24 Noah Miner) @ 1:31

    3-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 2 ( #18 Mike Goodrich) @ 10:05

    3-2 TRA # 22 Loren Blair 3 (# 24 Noah Miner, # 66 Ron Smith) @ 13:50

    Penalties

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 X-Check @ 4:03

    3rd Period

    3-3 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 1 (# 22 Loren Blair ) @ 11:46

    Penalties

    TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 Rough @ 6:16

    TRA # 66 Ron Smith 2 Unsport @ 9:19

    HVAC # 7 Justin Rice 2 Unsport @ 9:19

    Goalies: TRA Chris Baba ( 33 shots, 30 saves) : HVAC Gary Merrill (20 shots, 17 saves)

    SO GWG # 22 Loren Blair in the 1st round

    Team Records

    Tradesman 1-5 2 points: HVAC 3-2-1 7 points

  33. Hood and Sebago was a wild game and a great battle for first place…

    Sebago’s Jay Lanchance and Brian Hamann would score goals sandwich around a Mike Mantenuso goal and lead 2-1 after 1…

    The lone goal of the 2nd was potted by Chris Huff would roofed a shot over Sebago goalie Juilan Kaelin…

    2-2 after 2 but the 3rd was when the fun started: Kevin Colangelo scored a beauty of a short-handed goals to give Hood 3-2 lead…It didn’t last long as Adam Tanguay blocked a shot, came in on a break-away and netted his 13 of the year…Hood would regain the lead of Steve Gale 1st of the year as he picked a pass from Mike Mantenuso and beat Kaelin blocker side…Mike Mantenuso would add his 2nd of the game and 7th of the year to expand the lead to 2 and give Hood the 5-3 W…

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 5 Sebago Brew 3

    1st period

    1-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 5 ( #9 Adam Tanguay, #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 4:03

    1-1 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuso 6 ( #666 William Sampson) @ 5:51

    2-1 SB #24 Brian Hamann 1 ( #10 Greg Bishop, #91 Mike Pomerleau) @ 12:45

    Penalties

    None

    2-2 Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 ( #8 Mike Mantenuso ) @ 12:27

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 2 Rough @ 6:30

    SB #9 Adam Tanguay 2 Check @ 8:25

    Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 2 Hold -Stick @ 9:29

    SB #37 Nat Germond 2 Hook @ 9:29

    3rd Period

    Hood 3-2 #4 Kevin Colangelo 5 (# 33 Greg Meehan ) SH @ 5:49

    SB 3-3 #9 Adam Tanguay 13 (Unassisted) @ 7:43 SH

    Hood 4-3 #7 Steve Gale 1 ( #8 Mike Mantenuso , #666 William Sampson) @ 8:37 PP

    Hood 5-3 #8 Mike Mantenuso 7 (#9 Chris Huff) @ 12:56 SH

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 2 Check @ 5:07

    SB #10 Greg Bishop 2 Slash @ 7:10

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Hook @ 12:46

    Hood #4 Kevin Colangelo 2 Rough @ 13:51

    Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 10 Misconduct @ 13:51

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster (21 Shots, 18 saves) : SB Julian Kaelin (31 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 4-1-1 9 points: Seabgo Brew 4-2 8 points

  34. The first game of the night pitted Hood vs. Atlantic…Hood started off quick,Mike Mantenuso snapped a wrist shot past Atlantic’s goalie Seth Libby 1:14 into the game…Then at 11:42 Dave Gribsby took a feed from Mantenuso and fired a wrist shot shot side on Libby…2-0 Hood after 1…

    Atlantic responded 1:59 into the 2nd when Jason Walker took a pass from Mark Embury and blasted a shot over the glove of Hood’s netminder Joe Foster…

    Mantenuso took a feed from Chris Huff and went on a break-away and beat Libby to extended to lead to 2…

    Darren Lizzotte walked pass the D a fired a shot short side on Foster to cut the lead to 3-2…

    No goals in the 3rd as both goalies played well with Libby making 3 or 4 nice saves and Foster also holding down the fort…

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 3 Atlantic 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    Hood 1-0 #8 Mike Mantenuso 8 (#9 Chris Huff) @ 1:14

    Hood 2-0 #14 Dave Gribsby 1 (#8 Mike Mantenuso, #9 Chris Huff) @ 11:32

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    2-1 ATL #5 Jason Walker 2 ( #17 Mark Embury) @ 1:59

    3-1 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuso 9 ( #9 Chris Huff) @ 8:07

    3-2 ATL #9# 3 Darren Lizotte 1 (unassisted) @ 9:54

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    None

    Penalties

    ATL # 3 Darren Lizotte 2 Hook @ 3:40

    Goalies: Hood: Joe Foster (14 Shots, 12 saves), Atlantic Seth Libby (30 shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 5-1-1 11 points: Atlantic 3-3 6 points

  35. The nightcap was a wild game: SMCC and the Tradesman trading dominating the game…

    SMCC scored 2 quick goals in the 1st 8 minutes to take a commanding 2-0 lead right??? Well no, the Tradesman who have been offensively starved for most of the year would score the next 5…

    Roland Duquette would score the first two for the Tradesman and Drew Mayo would score his first of the year to give the Tradesman a 3-2 lead after 2…

    SMCC took a double minor early in the 3rd and the Tradesman made them pay, with Noah Miner and Drew Mayo scoring on both halves of the double minor…5-2 Tradesman

    The SMCC took control and scored 3 quick goals @ 7:31, 9:55 and 10:19 to even the score @ 5…

    To the Shootout we went where all 3 shooters for the Tradesman were stopped and SMCC was able to sneak one in to pull out the W…It was a fun and chippy game!!! :)

    Box Score

    SMCC 6 Tradesman 5 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #14 (unassisted) @ 5:28

    2-0 SMCC #0 (#0, #0) @ 8:06

    2-1 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 (# 11 Pete Toohey) @ 8:51

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    2-2 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 3 (unassisted) @ 2:10

    3-2 TRA #26 Drew Mayo 1 (# 24 Noah Miner, #18 Brad Burtasket) @ 3:08

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    TRA 4-2 # 24 Noah Miner 3 (#77 Mark Van Zandt) PP @ 3:26

    TRA 5-2 #26 Drew Mayo 2 (unassisted) @ 4:17 PP

    SMCC 5-3 #22 (unassisted) @ 7:31

    SMCC 5-4 #0 (#14) @ 9:55

    SMCC 5-5 #0 (unassisted) @ 10:19

    Penalties

    TRA #26 Drew Mayo 2 Slash @ :33

    SMCC #0 2 Elbow @ 2:01

    SMCC #0 2 Board @ 2:01

    SMCC wins SO 1-0

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon (25 Shots, 20 saves): Dan Morgan (19 shots 14 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 3-3 6 points: Tradesman 1-5-1 3 points

  36. BH Milliken took on Sebago on the only game @ USM tonight…

    Adam Tanguay would score his 14th on a snap shot over the glove on Mike Payne to give Sebago an early 1-0…The assist went to Scott Fitser and Gene St Cyr…

    Gabe Gumiond returned back to USM and dug out a lose puck and buried itin the twine @ the 9:54 mark to even the score @ 1…It looked like that’s how the period would end but Brian Hammann shoveled a pass to Jay Lachance would fired a nice wrist shot over the blocker of Payne to give Sebago a 2-1 heading into the 2nd…

    The goalies took over in the 2nd with the lone tally coming on a nice feed from Dave Madsen to Matt Martell would find the back of the net to even the score

    The 3rd started of fast with Greg Bishop picking up a pass from Hammann and beating Payne over the glove @ the :35 second mark…Kaelin also picked up an assist on the play but the lead would be short lived as Gumiond blocked and shot came in on a alone on Kaelin and made nice move to even the score @ 3…50 seconds later #21 would pick up a pass from Martell and with a quick release beat Kaelin to give BH Milliken the lead…Mike Payne would make the lead stand up making two saves on break-away’s and preserving the 4-3 victory for BH Milliken….

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 4 Sebago Brew 3

    !st Period

    1-0 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 14 (#3 Scott Fitser, #22 Gene St Cyr) @ 7:33

    1-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 3 (#21, # 24 Scott Libby) @ 9:54

    2-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 6 ( #24 Brian Hamann) @ 13:27

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 BH #20 Matt Martell 8 (#7 Dave Madsen) @ 10:24

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 SB #10 Greg Bishop 4 (#24 Brian Hamann, #35Julian Kaelin) :35

    3-3 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 4 (unassisted) @ 2:20

    4-3 BH #21 1 (# 22 Gabe Gumiond, # 24 Scott Libby) @ 3:10

    Penalties

    SB #10 Greg Bishop 2 trip @ 7:47

    SB #9 Adam Tanguay 2 Rough @ 13:03

    Goalies: BH Mike Payne (21 shots, 18 saves) Sebago Julian Kaelin (26 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    BH MIlliken 3-3-1 7 points: Sebago Brew 4-3 8 points

  37. In another great game that came down to the wire: Troy Anctil and Mike Rullo turned out to be the difference…

    Anctil opened the scoring 8:30 into the first when he picked up a feed from Tim Thornton and made a nice shot that slid pass HVAC netminder Juilan Kaelin…

    Carter’s would open a 2 goal lead on Bob Babcock 5th goal of the year as he took a feed from Anctil and buried it in the twine…After 1 2-0 Carter’s

    Mike Goodrich would get HVAC on the board after he took a nice feed from Charlie Elwell a beat Rullo over the blocker…

    38 second later Rick Brown would answer for Carter’s tipping a nice feed from Babcock pass Kaelin…

    HVAC would again cut the lead to one on a great cycle play that ended up with Dave Massarro blasting on bast Rullo…

    Carter’s again would Stike back quickly when #15 Tim Polowski took a beautiful feed from Tim Thornton and made a nice move on a break-away…After 2 4-2 Carter’s

    The 3rd period would see HVAC dominate outshooting Carter’s 15-3 and they would strike twice quickly to tie it up at 4…

    Rob Cambell took a nice pass from Scott Fletcher and ripped one high glove: 4-3..The 39 seconds later
    Harold Nataupsky also went high glove…

    But that set up the Heroics from Anctil: With 1:36 left Anctil took a nice feed from Thornton and roofed it high glove for the 5-4 victory…

    Box Score

    Final

    Carter’s 5 HVAC 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 3 (#27 Tim Thornton, #11 Brian Fish) @ 8:30

    2-0 CAR #12 Bob Babcock 5 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 10:38

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 5 (#9 Charlie Elwell, #12/14 Mike Nataupsky) @ 3:42

    3-1 CAR #4 Rick Brown 3 ( #12 Bob Babcock) @ 4:20

    3-2 HVAC #4 Dave Massarro 3 ( # 10 Scott Fletcher, #6 Steve Perry) @ 7:04

    4-2 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 2 (#27 Tim Thornton ) @ 9:36

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    4-3 HVAC # 11 Rob Cambell 4 (# 10 Scott Fletcher) @ 2:32

    4-4 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 4 (#9 Charlie Elwell) @ 3:11

    5-4 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 4 (#27 Tim Thornton, #12 Bob Babcock) @ 12:34

    Penalties

    CAR #27 Tim Thornton 2 Rough @ 3:59

    HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 2 Rough @ 3:59

    Goalies: CAR Mike Rullo (30 shots, 26 saves): HVAC Juilan Kaelin (15 shots, 10 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 5-1-1 11 points: HVAC 3-3-1 7 points

  38. Carter’s go a little revenge tonight against Sebago…After losing the first game of the year 1-0 Carter’s was able to muster some offense tonight to down Sebago 5-2…

    Sebago did strike first as Adam Tanguay took a loose puck and blasted one past Rullo…It was Tanguay 15th of the season and was the only lamplighter of the first…

    3:17 into the 2nd Carter’s was finally able to put on past Kealin as Troy Anctil took a beautiful break-out pass from Tim Thornton and made a nice move and roofed it on the back-hand…

    Carter’s would strike again as Bob Babcock pounced on a loose puck went in alone and beat Kealin with a backhander….

    :56 Seconds into the 3rd Troy Anctil would add another goal of a nice feed from Brian Fish…

    Sebago would cut the lead to one half-way though the 3rd on a blast from the point from Jay Lachance…

    Carter’s would put the game away with two late goals: John Spring would pound one home on the power play and Troy Anctil would fire home a loose puck for the hat trick to round out the scoring…

    Box Score

    Final

    Carter’s 5 Sebago Brew 2

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 15 (unassisted) @ 2:21

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    1-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 5 ( #27 Tim Thornton) @ 3:17

    2-1 CAR #12 Bob Babcock 6 (#8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 7:15

    Penalties

    SB #10 Greg Bishop 2 Trip @ 9:17

    CAR #4 Rick Brown 2 Trip @ 12:30

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 6 (#11 Brian Fish) @ :56

    3-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 7 (#22 Gene St Cyr ,#3 Scott Fitser ) @ 6:31

    4-2 CAR #17 John Spring 6 (#8 Pete Mirehouse, #7 Brad Beals) @ 11:10 PP

    5-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 7 ( #17 John Spring , #11 Brian Fish) @ 12:52

    Penalties

    SB #37 Nat Germond 2 Trip @ 4:09

    SB # 20 Lars Sjulander 2 Hook @ 11:30

    Goalies: CAR Mike Rullo (17 Shots, 15 saves) Sebago Julian Kaelin (20 shots, 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 6-1-1 13 points: Sebago Brew 4-4 8 points

  39. Atlantic would meet up with SMCC for the first time this year and it would turn out to be a barn burner…

    SMCC would strike for the only two goals of the 1st period and would strike 1 minute into the 2nd Period to take a seemingly commanding lead…

    John Cushing would strike on a Break-away to pull Atlantic within 2 and half-way though the 2nd Jason Walker would blast home his 3rd of the year to cut the lead to one…

    SMCC would restore the two goal lead on 25 seconds after Walker scored but Atlantic would again come back with a nice goal by #6 to cut the lead back to one 4-3 after 2…

    #2 on Atlantic would take a feed from Cushing and tie the game up @ 8:12 of the 3rd…it looked like another shoot-out but #6 took a beautiful feed from Cushing (1G 3A) and beat the SMCC netminder for the GWG with 1:09 left…

    Box Score

    Final

    Atlantic 5 SMCC 4

    1st Period

    1-0 SMCC @ 4:55

    2-0 SMCC @ 8:10

    Penalties

    None

    3-0 SMCC @ 1:00

    3-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 4 (#6) @ 3:34

    3-2 ATL #5 Jason Walker 3 ( # 7 John Cushing, #6) @ 7:35 PP

    4-2 SMCC @ 8:00

    4-3 ATL #6 2 (unassisted) @ 10:56

    Penalties

    SMCC #8 2 Trip @ 6:53

    3rd Period

    4-4 ATL #2 2 (#14 Mike Morlano, # 7 John Cushing) @ 8:12

    5-4 ATL #6 3 (# 7 John Cushing) @ 12:51

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: ATL Seth Libby (31 shots, 27 saves) SMCC (25 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 4-3 8 points: SMCC 3-4 6 points

  40. Hood and the Tradesman met tonight and it didn’t take long for Hood to get on the board…

    Dave Gribsby picked up a loose puck and fired on pass Dan Morgan just 14 seconds into the game…

    2 minutes later Chris Huff picked up a loose puck and let a wrister that beat Morgan…That would be it for the scoring in the 1st…

    Travis Jalbert got a penalty shot for the Tradesman early in the second but he was stymied by Joe Foster…

    Kevin Colangelo and Sean Drew picked up goals in the 2nd for Hood to extend the lead to 4…

    Stanley Sampson would tip home a blast from Gribsby too extend the lead to 5 and then Mike Mantenuto would round out the scoring for Hood…The only thing left in doubt was Foster bid for a shut-out which was spoiled on a goal from the Tradesman’s Ron Smith with 3 minutes left…

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 6 Tradesman 1

    1st period

    1-0 Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 2 (unassisted) @ :14

    2-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 3 (unassisted) @ 2:25

    Penalties

    None

    2nd period

    3-0 Hood #4 Kevin Colangelo 6 (unassisted) @ 8:59 PP

    4-0 Hood #17 Shawn Drew 3 (#8 Mike Mantenuto, #9 Chris Huff) @ 11:43

    Penalties

    Hood # 0 Andy Slefinger 2 Trip @ 1:23

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Hook @ 4:17

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 X-Check 7:44

    3rd Period

    5-0 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 5 (#14 Dave Gribsby, #4 Kevin Colangelo) @ 6:50

    6-0 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 10 (unassisted)

    6-1 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 2 (#23 Travis Jalbert, # 4 Roland Duquette) @ 10:57

    Penalties

    TRA # 24 Noah Miner 2 Check @ 13:00

    Goalies Hood : Joe Foster (22 shots, 21 saves) TRA Dan Morgan (27 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 6-1-1 13 points: Tradesman 1-6-1 3 points

  41. BH Milliken and HVAC would meet in the nightcap…

    The game started off kind of slow but picked up…

    Rob Cambell would pick up a loose puck on the point and blast a screen shot pass Mike Payne for the only goal of the first…

    The second period looked like it would be scoreless but BH Milliken stuck for two quick one late in the period with Jon Harvey banging home a rebound and Matt Martell beating Shawn Cohen on a nice feed from Dave Madsen…

    HVAC would tie it up @ 2 22 seconds into the 3rd when Paul Miller took a nice feed from Scott Fletcher and fired on pass Payne…

    The tie would be short lived however as 1:12 later Jon Harvey stuck for his 2nd of the game…

    Exactly 1 minute after Harvey gave BH Milliken the lead Jim Duest would hop on a loose puck and beat Payne five hole to tie the game…

    Matt Martell would take matters into his own hand on the next face off: he would win the face off walk by the D man and rifle a shot passed Cohen to give BH Milliken the lead back: it took 7 seconds…

    Gabe Guimond would take a nice pass from Ben Daigle and Brain Seibert would finish of the scoring in BH Milliken 6-3 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 6 HVAC 3

    1st period

    1-0 HVAC # 11 Rob Cambell 5 (unassisted) @ 7:30 PP

    Penalties

    BH # 24 Scott Libby 2 Hook @ 5:31

    HVAC #8 Paul Miller 2 trip @ 8:43

    2nd Period

    1-1 BH # 8 John Harvey 1 (unassisted) @ 10:21

    2-1 BH #20 Matt Martell 9 (#7 Dave Madsen) @ 11:15

    Penalties

    HVAC #2 Rob Mitchell 2 Trip @ :19

    BH # 24 Scott Libby 2 Hook @ 1:23

    BH #17 Billy Lacasse 2 Rough @ 4:57

    HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 High-Stick

    3rd Period

    2-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 1 (# 10 Scott Fletcher) @ :22

    3-2 BH # 8 John Harvey 2 ( #25 Brian Siebert) @ 1:34

    3-3 HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 ( #8 Paul Miller, # 10 Scott Fletcher) @ 2:34

    4-3 BH #20 Matt Martell 10 (unassisted) @ 2:41

    5-3 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 5 (# 88 Ben Daigle ) @ 4:20

    6-3 BH #25 Brian Siebert 2 (# 8 John Harvey, # 24 Scott Libby) @ 11:12

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Mike Payne ( 24 shots, 21 saves) : HVAC Shawn Cohen (27 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 4-3-1 9 points: HVAC 3-4-1 7 points

  42. Tim,
    The war room in Toronto called. They would like you to review Hood goal #4. Steve Gale is credited with the goal but you’ll see in the replay that I scored it. It may be a minor thing to some but I need to catch up to Jon Spring for D-man of the Week. Here I come Jon……
    Enjoy the turkey everyone.

  43. All fixed…I didn’t see who scored goal #4 or #5 for you guys last night(5th I believe was a tip)…As for catching Jon, it should be easy: he is playing on the wing now..:)

  44. Upon further review, I think I should have a few more assists!!!! Sorry Shawn.

  45. No way man, you never pass!!!! :)

  46. BH Milliken is back, a 3 game winning streak and last night they knocked off the first place team in Carter’s…

    The first period was scoreless as both Mike Rullo and Mike Payne stopped all 17 shots combined 6 for Rullo 11 for Payne…

    Graham Payne would strike for BH Milliken on a feed from Jon Harvey @ 3:13 mark of the 2nd…

    Ben Daigle would tap his 5th home on a pass from Andy Souza @ 7:17…

    Souza would then make a great move on a break-away to extend the lead to 3…

    Troy Anctil would strike back for Carter’s with 48 seconds left in the 2nd for his 8th of the year…

    Troy Anctil would then cut the lead to one @ 4:37 mark in the 3rd… He took a feed from Bob Babcock and beat Payne five hole…

    32 seconds later Gabe Gumiond would rife home his 6th on the year on a feed from Matt Martell: Score 4-2…

    Carter’s would not go away quietly as 30 seconds after the Gumiond goal, Eric Weeks would tip home a shot from John Spring to cut the lead in half…

    Carter’s had 3 quality chances to tie it up but Mike Payne stood tall and Gabe Gumiond would fire one into the empty net for a 5-3 victory…

    Box Score

    Final

    BH Milliken 5 Carter’s 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #52 Graham Payne 1 (# 8 John Harvey ) @ 3:13

    2-0 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 5 (#49 Andy Souza) @ 7:17

    3-0 BH #49 Andy Souza 3 (#44 Ron Giroux) @ 12:25

    3-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 8 ( #18 Greg Shapiro) @ 13:12

    Penalties

    None

    3rd period

    Goals

    3-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 9 ( #12 Bob Babcock) @ 4:37

    4-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 6 (#20 Matt Martell , #69 Jim Skvorak) @ 5:09

    4-3 CAR #81 Eric Weeks 2 ( #17 John Spring) @ 5:45

    5-3 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 7 (#1 Drew Payne ) @ 13:26 en

    Penalties

    CAR #7 Brad Beals 2 Rough @ 1:12

    BH #20 Matt Martell 4 Rough @ 1:12

    Goalies : BH Milliken Mike Payne (25 shots, 22 saves) : Carter’s Mike Rullo (23 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 5-3-1 11 points: Carter’s 6-2-1 13 points

  47. John Cushing would lead Atlantic past the Tradesman…

    #9 on Atlantic would score the first goal of the year on a shot from his own blue line: it would have been icing if it didn’t go in the net :)…

    @ 9:02 John Cushing would sneak one five hole on Dan Morgan on a nice feed from #6 and Mike Morlano…

    Atlantic would extend the lead to three when Cushing took a nice feed from Morlano and rifled one pass Dan Morgan @ 6:07 mark of the 2nd…

    @ the 11:38 mark Loren Blair would score the prettiest goal of the night as he went end to end faked a shot a slid one pass Seth Libby…3-1

    Atlantic would strike back less than a minute after the Blair goal when #6 took a feed from Cushing made a nice move a roofed a shot over Morgan…Score after 2: 4-1 Atlantic

    Cushing would get his hat trick (4th point) @ the 9:42 mark of the 3rd when he beat Morgan five hole again…

    The Tradesman wouldn’t go away as Roland Duquette took a nice pass from Noah Miner and went back hand fore hand to deke out Libby for his 4th of the year…5-2 Final

    Box Score

    Final

    Atlantic 5 Tradesman 2

    1st period

    1-0 ATL #9 (unassisted) @ 8:06

    2-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 5 (#6, #14 Mike Morlano) @ 9:02

    Penalties

    ATL #13 Darren Thayer 2 Trip @ 9:

    2nd period

    3-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 6 (#14 Mike Morlano) @ 6:07

    3-1 TRA # 22 Loren Blair 4 (unassisted) @ 11:38

    4-1 ATL #6 4 ( # 7 John Cushing ) @ 12:32

    Penalties

    None

    3rd period

    5-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 7 (#6) @ 9:42

    5-2 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 4 (# 24 Noah Miner) @ 11:11

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: ATL Seth Libby (14 shots, 12 saves) Tradesman (31 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 5-3 10 points: Tradesman 1-7-1 3 points

  48. Sebago and HVAC had another classic duel tonight @ the USM Ice Arena…

    It didn’t start well for HVAC as Nat Germond buried a pass from Adam Tanguay 1:14 into the game to give Sebago the early lead…

    Sebago extended the lead to 2 when Greg Bishop picked off a pass a fired a blast that Shawn Cohen was able to save but Jay Lachance was a able to bury home the rebound to make it 2-0…

    HVAC didn’t take long to strike back in the 2nd as Mike Goodrich slipped a shot pass Juilan Kaelin off a scrum in front 1:10 into the period to cut the lead in half…

    HVAC would tie it up @ 9:19 when Charlie Elwell took a nice feed from Scott Fletcher a launched a rocket that beat Kaelin over the golve…2-2 after 2…

    Sebago would strike first in the 3rd when Adam Tanguay would slip a shot pass Cohen 2:03 in for a 3-2 lead…

    HVAC just wouldn’t go away a Jim Duest took a nice feed from Harold Nataupsky and slide one under Kaelin to tie it up at 3…So we went to a shoot-out..

    After Tanguay and Fletcher scored we went to sudden death in the SO and Jay Lachance would fire home a rocket over the shoulder of Cohen to lead Sebago to the 2 points…

    Box Score

    Final

    Sebago Brew 4 HVAC 3 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #37 Nat Germond 1 (#9 Adam Tanguay, #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 1:14

    2-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 8 (#10 Greg Bishop) @ 10:32

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 6 (#12 Harold Nataupsky, # 7 Justin Rice) @ 1:10

    2-2 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 3 (# 10 Scott Fletcher) @ 9:19

    Penalties

    HVAC # 7 Justin Rice 2 Hook @ 6:00

    HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 Unsport @ 12:30

    SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 2 Unsport @ 12:30

    SB #4 Jay Lachance 2 Rough @ 13:50

    HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 2 Rough @ 13:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 16 (unassisted) @ 2:03

    3-3 HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 3 (#12 Harold Nataupsky, #4 Dave Massarro) @ 5:33

    Penalties

    None

    GWG SO goal #4 Jay Lachance in the 4th round

    Goalies: Sebago #35 Julian Kaelin (27 shots, 24 saves) : HVAC Shawn Cohen (22 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 5-4 10 points: HVAC 3-4-2 8 points

  49. The second game of the night pitted SMCC against Hood…

    It looked like Hood would run away with it scoring 2 goals in the first 2 minutes from Chris Huff and Mike Mantenuto…That would be the only scoring in the first…

    In the second Hood looked like it was going to make it a blow-out as Chris Plummer tipped home a nice pass from Stanley Sampson and #1 ripped a backhander over the SMCC goalie for a 4-0 lead after 2…

    SMCC turned it up in the 3rd scoring 3 goals in 3:30 mid-way though the 3rd to cut the lead to one…Hood’s goalie Joe Foster would make the lead stand up though and SMCC valiant effort would fall short…Hood is now in first place and has one 6 games in a row

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 4 SMCC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 4 (#8 Mike Mantenuto, #7 Steve Gale) @ :23

    2-0 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 11 (#14 Dave Gribsby) @ 1:59

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 Hood # 11 Chris Plummer 7 (# 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 7:02

    4-0 Hood #1 1 (# 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 13:26

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 SMCC #0 (#6, #0) @ 6:29

    4-2 SMCC #2 (unassisted) @ 7:02

    4-3 SMCC #2 (#6, #0) @ 9:06

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster (21 shots, 18 saves) : SMCC (23 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 7-1-1 15 points: SMCC 3-5 6 points

  50. The first game of the night was a chippy affair between Atlantic and BH Milliken…

    After Mike Payne stopped 10 shots for Milliken Gabe Gumiond slid a loose puck pass Seth Libby on the first shot for Milliken 8:10 into the game…

    Atlantic would respond when Mike Morlano found a bouncing puck a puck a back hander pass Payne to tie it @ 1…

    BH Milliken would strike again before the period ended on their 2nd shot when Matt Martell fired home a shot of a faceoff win by Gumiond with 58 second left in the 1st…2-1 after 1…

    John Cushing would tie the scoring up for Atlantic as he picked up a pass came in on a break-away and beat Payne @ 5:19 of the 2nd…

    One Minute and five seconds later #6 would take a feed from Cushing and catch Payne by surprise…3-2 After 2…

    Cushing again would dance around the D and make a nice move to extend the lead to 2 @ 5:08 of the 3rd…

    Then the parade to the penalty box started which slowed the game down…

    BH Milliken(Ron Giroux) would knock one in with 3.7 seconds left to cut the lead to one but that it how it finished …

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 4 BH Milliken 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 8 (#69 Jim Skvorak) @ 8:10

    1-1 ATL #14 Mike Morlano 3 (unassisted) @ 10:02

    2-1 BH #20 Matt Martell 11 (# 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 13:02

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 ATL # 7 John Cushing 8 (unassisted) @ 5:19

    3-2 ATL #6 5 (# 7 John Cushing, #8 Ed Radley) @ 6:26

    Penalties

    ATL #17 Mark Embury 2 Rough @ 7:35

    BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 2 Body-check @ 9:15

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 ATL # 7 John Cushing 9 (unassisted) @ 5:08

    4-3 BH #44 Ron Giroux 4 (# 8 John Harvey, #20 Matt Martell) 13:56

    Penalties

    ATL #10 Lucas Hannigan 2 Rough @ 7:51

    BH #20 Matt Martell 2 Rough @ 7:51

    ATL # 6 2 Slash @ 9:54

    ATL #8 Ed Radley 2 Trip 12:38

    BH #1 Drew Payne 4 Rough @ 13:17

    Goalies: ATL Seth Libby (16 shots, 13 saves) BH Mike Payne (21 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 6-3 12 points: BH Milliken 5-4-1 11 points

  51. Carter’s and SMCC would meet in the second game of the night. SMCC only had 7 skater’s but held their own for the 1st two periods, Thanks in large part to netminder Lincoln Jordon who turned aside the first 21 shot he faced…

    The flood gates would open in the 3rd for Carter’s. 1:25 in, John Spring would rifle one past Jordon on a face-off win by Pete Mirehouse…

    After another face-off win by Mirehouse Pete Mathieau would go end to end to net his first goal of the year…

    Brad Beals would bang home a rebound off a Tim Polowski shot for his 1st goal and the rout was on…

    Mirehouse would add 2 late goals,to round out the scoring: Mirehouse would end up with 4 points and Mike Rullo would pitch a shutout in Carter’s 5-0 victory…

    Box Score

    Final

    Carter’s 5 SMCC 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #17 John Spring 7 (#8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 1:25

    2-0 CAR #26 Pete Mathieau 1 (#8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 2:52

    3-0 CAR #7 Brad Beals 1 (#15 Tim Polowski, #11 Brian Fish) @ 3:51

    4-0 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 4 (#4 Rick Brown) @ 6:28

    5-0 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 5 (#9 Bill Kennedy, #17 John Spring) @ 9:56

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: CAR Mike Rullo (11 shots, 11 saves) : SMCC Lincon Jordon (33 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 7-2-1 15 points: SMCC 3-6 6 points

  52. Hood and HVAC clashed tonight @ the USM Ice Arena and it was pretty much a one man show as Mike Mantenuto picked up 5 goals and dished of 1 assist…

    Chris Huff would open up the scoring 9:17 into the first as he beat HVAC netminder Shawn Cohen on a break-away…

    Mantenuto would add his first two minutes later as he slipped a shot over Cohen: Hood goalie Joe Foster picked up an assist on the play…

    HVAC would cut the lead in half before the period ended on a blast from Paul Miller…

    Hood came out storming in the 2nd as Dave Grisby, Mantenuto and Huff all scored in the first 7 minutes of the 2nd to give Hood a 5-1 lead…

    Charlie Elwell would tip home a shot from Mike Nataupsky to pull HVAC within 3 but one minute and 15 second later Mantenuto would put Hood up 6-2 after 2…

    The Nataupsky’s would hook up again for HVAC 1:45 into the 3rd to give HVAC some hope but Mantenuto would add 2 more goals for the 8-3 Final…

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 8 HVAC 3

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 5 (unassisted) @ 9:17

    2-0 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 12 (#17 Sean Drew, #33 Joe Foster) @ 11:43

    2-1 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 2 (unassisted) @ 12:46

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    3-1 Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 3 (# 5 Stanley Sampson, #666 William Sampson) @ :33

    4-1 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 13 (#14 Dave Gribsby ) @ 1:54

    5-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 6 ( #8 Mike Mantenuto) @ 6:48

    5-2 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 4 (#14 Mike Nataupsky, #8 Paul Miller) @ 12:25

    6-2 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 14 (#17 Sean Drew, #9 Chris Huff) @ 13:40

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    6-3 HVAC #14 Mike Nataupsky 4 (#12 Harold Nataupsky) @ 1:45

    7-3 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 15 ( #9 Chris Huff) @ 3:59

    8-3 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 16 (#666 William Sampson) @ 4:52

    Penalties

    HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 Hook @ 11:27

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster (17 shots, 14 saves) HVAC Shawn Cohen (40 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 8-1-1 17 points: HVAC 3-5-2 8 point

  53. The Tradesman and Sebago would meet up in the nightcap…

    Brain Johnson would bang home a lose puck to give Sebago a 1-0 lead 4:32 in…

    Adam Tanguay would blast home a goal 1:08 later to extend the lead to 2…

    The Tradesman came back strong with Loren Blair taking a feed from Mark Van Zandt and beating Kaelin on a break-away…

    Just over two minutes later Roland Duquette to a nice breakaway pass from Chris Fullarton and put a beautiful move on Kaelin to knot the score @ 2…

    Greg Bishop would put Sebago back on top as he fired on pass Dan Morgan @ 12:18 to round out the first period scoring…

    Sebago would take charge in the 2nd as Bishop, Tanguay and Brain Hamman would add goals to put the game on ice…6-2 Seabgo after 2…

    Both goalies were outstanding in the 3rd each stopping 3 break-away apiece…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago 6 Tradesman 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #8 Brian Johnson 1(#10 Greg Bishop, #91 Mike Pomerleau) @ 4:32

    2-0 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 17 (unassisted) @ 5:42

    2-1 TRA # 22 Loren Blair 5 (#77 Mark Van Zandt) @ 7:18

    2-2 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 5 (# 3 Chris Fullarton) @ 9:44

    3-2 SB #10 Greg Bishop 5 (#37 Nat Germond, #3 Scott Fitser ) @ 12:18

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-2 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 18 (#22 Gene St Cyr, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 4:39

    5-2 SB #24 Brian Hamann 2 ( #9 Adam Tanguay, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 6:49

    6-2 SB #10 Greg Bishop 6 (#4 Jay Lachance, #24 Brian Hamann) @ 12:46

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies Sebago Julian Kaelin (21 shots, 19 saves) TRA Dan Morgan (28 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 6-4 12 points: Tradesman 1-8-1 3 points

  54. Atlantic and SMCC met in the last game of the first half of the season and it didn’t disappoint…

    The only goal though the first two period was on a shot by Lucas Hannigan who took a feed from Mark Embury and surprised SMCC netminder Lincoln Jordon five hole…

    SMCC came out on fire to begin the 3rd scoring 3 goals in the 1st 1:52 to put them ahead 3-1….

    Eric McCue would jump on a loose puck and stuff it pass Jordon @ 2:58 to cut the lead in half…

    SMCC would strike again less the two minutes later and it looked like the game was over…

    Atlantic wouldn’t go away: as McCue picked off a pass fired a wrist shot over the blocker of Jordon to cut the lead back to one @ the 7:44 mark…

    #6 would tie the game as he took a feed from Ed Radley and and fired a shoot that eluded Jordon with 1:34 left

    The first 7 shooters in the shootout would be stymied by the netminder’s but Mark Embury would finally bury a shot pass Jordon glove to give Atlantic the 2 points…

    Box Score

    Final

    Atlantic 5 SMCC 4 In a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #10 Lucas Hannigan 1 (#17 Mark Embury) @ 13:12

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd period

    1-1 SMCC #6 (0, 0) @ :41

    2-1 SMCC #6 (0) @ :58

    3-1 SMCC #0 (unassisted) @ 1:52

    3-2 ATL #11 Eric McCue 1 (#5 Jason Walker, # 7 John Cushing) @ 2:58

    4-2 SMCC #6 (#0) @ 4:41

    4-3 ATL #11 Eric McCue 2 (unassisted) @ 7:44

    4-4 ATL #6 1 (#8 Ed Radley) @ 12:26

    Penalties

    ATL #5 Jason Walker 2 Hold @ 14:00

    Atlantic wins the shootout in the 4th round on a goal by #17 Mark Embury

    Goalies: ATL #15 (22 shots, 18 saves) SMCC Lincoln Jordon (31 Shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 7-3 14 points: SMCC 3-6-1 7 points

  55. Tim/Vinny,
    I play for Atlantic and we are confused at exactly what this insurance thing actually is. Everyone on our team has insurance through work, we arent sure why we need it through this company called “The Hockey Academy.” I went to that website and no where does it mention anything about insurance. And it seems that it has no affiliation with the state of Maine. It seems strange that half way through the season, all of a sudden this is a big issue. If this is/was something that had to be done, it should have been included in the league fee. If someone else can answer this besides Tim/Vinny, please feel free. It just seems that this an expense that doesn’t get us anything.

  56. Eric, I am too a little upset about how the situation was handled: Vinnie telling me I had the ice times and then at the last minute pulling the insurance thing which should have been taken care of long ago…Eric, I cannot answer really any of you questions about the insurance: this is the rink’s thing: and Vinnie is the one who controls this…Feel free to contact him anytime (780-5984) and he will answer all your questions…You do get something for it, I just don’t want to mislead anybody about what exactly that is so I strongly advise you to contact Vinnie…It’s not the biggest issue out there: I mean you will get to play the 2nd half, there more than likely won’t be any delays…It was brought up at the meeting and I told the captains to contact Vinnie…IF you have any questions about it, or want to ask me questions about anyting E-mail me @ timmy93@hotmail.com and I will do my best…I am sorry for all the hassle…

  57. BH Milliken was looking to avenge a 9-4 loss against Hood…For a couple of periods it looked like they might…

    Hood jumped out on top as Dave Grigsby blasted home a nice feed from Mike Mantenuto that eluded netminder Mike Payne…

    BH Milliken didn’t take long to respond as Andy Souza jumped on a loose puck a banged it home to tie it a 1…

    1:05 into the 2nd Gabe Gumiond took a nice feed from Ron Giroux a snuck one pass Joe Foster to give Milliken the lead

    It looked like that’s how the period would end but Hood proved why the are the team to beat as the struck for 2 quick goals from Chris Huff and Mantenuto before the second period ended…

    Mantenuto would add his 18th on a break-away, Kevin Colangelo and Mantenuto would round out the scoring: 6-1 Final…Hood has now won 8 games in a row…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 6 BH MIlliken 2

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 4 (#8 Mike Mantenuto) @ 5:18

    1-1 BH #49 Andy Souza 4 (#1, #44 Ron Giroux ) @ 8:36

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 9 (#44 Ron Giroux) @ 1:05

    2-2 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 17 (#9 Chris Huff) @ 11:38

    3-2 Hood #9 Chris Huff 7 (#4 Kevin Colangelo, # 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 13:00

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 18 (unassisted) @ 4:56

    5-2 Hood #4 Kevin Colangelo 7 ( #8 Mike Mantenuto, #69 Kevin Munson) @ 11:31

    6-2 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 19 ( #69 Kevin Munson, #1 Dennis) @ 12:16

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Gribsby 2 Hook @ :30

    Goalies Hood: Joe Foster (20 shots, 18 saves): BH Milliken Mike Payne (24 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 9-1-1 19 points: BH Milliken 5-5-1 11 points

  58. Carter’s and the Tradesman locked horns in the nightcap and in the first it looked like it would be a long night for the Tradesman: Troy Anctil and Brian Fish scored in the 1st and the Tradesman only had 7 skaters…

    The Tradesman won the 2nd period as Noah Miner banged home a rebound of a Roland Duquette shot on the power play as Brian Fish was off for interference…

    John Spring would dash any hopes of a comeback and he rifled a shots pass Dan Morgan @ 2:09 of the 3rd…Anctil would round out the scoring as he picked off a pass a fired one past Morgan’s glove…The Tradesman played until the end actually outshooting Carter’s 19-18 but the great equalizer, Mike Rullo was there to stop any hopes of the upset…

    Box Score

    Final

    Carter’s 4 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 10 (#12 Bob Babcock) @ 9:56

    2-0 CAR #11 Brian Fish 3 (#17 John Spring, #15 Tim Polowski) @ 11:36

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 4 (# 4 Roland Duquette) @ 11:56 PP

    Penalties

    CAR #24 Jesse Bain 2 Hook @ 2:26

    CAR #11 Brain Fish 2 Interference @ 10:29

    3rd Period

    3-1 CAR #17 John Spring 8 (#15 Tim Polowski, #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 2:09

    4-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 11 (unassisted) @ 7:10

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Carter’s: Mike Rullo (19 shots, 18 saves) Tradesman: Dan Morgan (18 shots, 14 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 8-2-1 17 points: Tradesman 1-9-1 3 points

  59. Atlantic and HVAC meet last night at the USM Ice Arena and it was the Seth Libby show…

    Both Libby and Shawn Cohen stopped all 16 combined shots in the first and it looked like a goaltening duel…

    #9 on Atlantic took a nice feed from Mark Embury a buried a shot pass Cohen 3:06 into the 2nd…

    John Cushing beat Cohen on a beautiful snap shot under the bar that knocked the water bottle off for his team leading 10th goal to give Atlantic a 2-0 lead # 7:14 mark…Embury picked up his 2nd assist…

    It looked like Libby would take his shutout into the 3rd but with 10 seconds left Justin Rice beat him with a perfect shot to cut the lead in half…

    #15 blasted home his 1st goal of the year taking a nice feed from Cushing and beating Cohen on the far side…

    #6 would round out the scoring on a shot from the red line that took a hop over Cohen glove…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 4 HVAC 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #9 2 (#17 Mark Embury) @ 3:06

    2-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 10 (#17 Mark Embury) @ 7:14

    2-1 HVAC # 7 Justin Rice 2 (# 5 Jim Duest) @ 13:50

    2nd Period

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ATL # 15 1 (#6, # 7 John Cushing) @ 2:02

    4-1 ATL #6 3 ( #15) @ 10:57 PP

    Penalties

    HVAC #12/14 Mike Nataupsky 2 Unsport 10:19

    Goalies: ATL Seth Libby (21 shots, 20 saves) HVAC Shawn Cohen (21 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 8-3 16 points: HVAC 3-6-2 8 points

  60. The first game last night pitted Atlantic and Sebago…Atlantic has surprised and after a hot start by Sebago the have slowed down…

    This one was a strange game as Atlantic dominated the first two periods and Sebago dominated the 3rd…

    Eric McCue banged home the first goal of the game his 3rd of the year to open the scoring but less then a minute later Greg Bishop responded from Sebago as he came in on a 2 on 1 and put a beautiful shot over Seth Libby’s glove…

    Atlantic would then take control of the game as Ed Radley and Lucas Hannigan(tipped home a point shot from Mark Embury) and is was 3 one after 1…

    John Cushing would tally twice in the second for his 11th and 12th goals of the year: the first was of a nice feed from Darren Lizzotte that sent him in alone and the second was a beautiful shot that slipped over the golve of Eric Tanguay…

    Down by 4 going into the 3rd it looked bleak for Sebago but Adam Tanguay and Jay Lachance would tally in the 3rd to make it interesting but Libby help the fort to help Atlantic improve to 9-3 while Sebago feel to 6-5…

    Box Score

    Final

    Atlantic 5 Sebago 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #11 Eric McCue 3 (# 7 John Cushing, #8 Ed Radley) @ 2:23

    1-1 SB #10 Greg Bishop 7 (#8 Brian Johnson, #4 Jay Lachance) @ 3:28

    2-1 ATL #8 Ed Radley 2 (# 7 John Cushing, #12) @ 10:19 PP

    3-1 ATL #10 Lucas Hannigan 2 (#17 Mark Embury , #11 Eric McCue) @ 11:31

    Penalties

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Body-Check @ 8:28

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 11 (# 3 Darren Lizotte) @ 7:47

    5-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 12 ( #8 Ed Radley) @ 11:08

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-2 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 19 (#24 Brian Hamann) @ 3:08

    5-3 SB #4 Jay Lachance 9 (#24 Brian Hamann, #9 Adam Tanguay) @ 8:45

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic: Seth Libby (23 shots, 20 saves): Sebago: Eric Tanguay (26 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 9-3 18 points: Sebago Brew 6-5 12 points

  61. The night cap was a battle for 1st place between Hood and Carter’s and it lived up to it’s billing…

    The lone tally in the first was by Tim Polowski who picked off a pass came in alone on Joe Foster and beat him five hole… 1-0 after 1…

    Then Mike Mantenuto decided to show up for Hood in the 2nd as he scored two beautiful goals in the first 1:31 of the 2nd to give Hood the lead…

    Chris Huff banged home a rebound of a Mantenuto shot which I am told hit the post, bounced of Mike Rullo skate and slid into the net…

    It looked like Hood might run away with the game but again Polowski made a great play by picking of a pass and beating foster on a Break-away to cut the lead in half…3-2 after 2..

    Mid-way though the 3rd Mantenuto struck again for his 3rd of the game banging home a rebound…John Spring would make things interesting as he rifled home a shot with 4 minutes left to again cut the lead to 1…Hood was able to hang on to improve to 10-1-1 while Carter’s fell to 8-3-1…

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 4 Carter’s 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 3 (unassisted) @ 8:14

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 20 (#17 Dennis) @ :36

    2-1 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 21 (#17 Dennis, #666 William Sampson) @ 1:31

    3-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 8 (#8 Mike Mantenuto) @ 9:53

    3-2 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 4 (unassisted) @ 12:06

    Penalties

    CAR #3 Kurt Fletcher 2 Hold @ 2:26

    3rd Period

    4-2 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 22 (#666 William Sampson, # 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 7:21

    4-3 CAR #17 John Spring 9 (#8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 10:00

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Hood: Joe Foster (19 shots, 16 saves): Carter’s: Mike Rullo (23 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 10-1-1 21 points: Carter’s 8-3-1 17 points

  62. BH Milliken and the Tradesman meet last night @ the USM Ice Arena…

    BH Milliken jumped on the Tradesman early when
    Brian Siebert beat Dan Morgan over his glove @ the 1:40 mark of the first…Gabe Gumiond would add his 10th of the year before the period ended, so the score was 2-0 after 1…

    Graham Payne banged home his 2nd of the year mid-way through the 2nd to expand the lead to 3…BH Milliken they blew the game wide open late in the 2nd scoring 3 goals in a 4 minute time frame: Ron Giroux, Ben Daigle, and Matt Martell…6-0 after 2…

    The Tradesman had a little fight left though as Ronald Duquette took a feed from Mark van Zandt and scored a beautiful goal to put the Tradesman on the board…The score would stay that way until the 10:03 mark when Andy Souza banged home a rebound to restore the 6 goal lead…The Tradesman had not quit though as Noah Miner, and Duquette would add late goals to account for the 7-3 final…

    Box Score

    Final

    BH Milliken 7 Tradesman 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #25 Brian Siebert 3 (# 8 John Harvey) @ 1:40

    2-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 10 (# 88 Ben Daigle, #52 Graham Payne) @ 4:54

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    3-0 BH #52 Graham Payne 2 (# 22 Gabe Gumiond, # 88 Ben Daigle) @ 5:08

    4-0 BH #44 Ron Giroux 5 (unassisted) @ 10:14

    5-0 BH #20 Matt Martell 12 (# 88 Ben Daigle ) @ 12:35

    6-0 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 6 (#44 Ron Giroux, # 22 Gabe Gumiond) 13:14

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    6-1 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 6 (#77 Mark Van Zandt) @ 1:17

    7-1 BH #49 Andy Souza 5 (#7 Dave Madsen, # 22 Gabe Gumiond) # 10:03

    7-2 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 5 (#18 Brad Burtasket, #77 Mark Van Zandt) @ 11:36

    7-3 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 7 (unassisted) @ 13:47

    Penalties

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 Trip @ 5:18

    Goalies: BH Mike Payne (15 shots, 12 saves): TRA Dan Morgan (30 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 6-5-1 13 points: Tradesman 1-10-1 3 points

  63. HVAC ans SMCC clashed tonight @ the USM Ice Arena…SMCC broke out the new uniforms and it brought them some early luck until Harold Nataupsky took over…

    1:08 into the game Ray Quattrucci picked up a lose puck a roofed one over the glove of HVAC netminder Shawn Cohen to give SMCC the 1-0 lead…

    With :25 seconds left in the period Nataupsky banged home a loose puck to tie the score: the assist went to Mike Goodrich and charile Elwell…

    #2 for SMCC went end to end and buried one pass Cohen for a 2-1 SMCC lead @ the 4:34 mark of the 2nd…

    Nataupsky struck again 5 minutes as he slide a backhander pass the SMCC netminder…

    With :59 seconds left Shawn Huber of SMCC picked off a pass and fired one pass Cohen to give SMCC the lead headed into the 3rd…

    On a goalmouth scramble Elwell tied the score up mid-way through the 3rd…

    With 3:22 left Nataupsky took a feed from Goodrich and came in on a break-away and buried the puck past the SMCC netminder for the hat-trick and the GWG…Shawn Cohen would make the lead stand making 2 great saves in the last minute with the extra attacker out there…

    Box Score

    Final

    HVAC 4 SMCC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #9 (#15) @ 1:08

    1-1 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 5 (#18 Mike Goodrich, #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 13:35

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    2-1 SMCC #2 (unassisted) @ 4:34

    2-2 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 6 (#18 Mike Goodrich, #2 Rob Mitchell) @ 9:24

    3-2 SMCC #1 (unassisted) @ 13:01

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    3-3 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 5 (# 11 Rob Cambell, #12 Harold Nataupsky) @ 6:54

    4-3 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 7 (#18 Mike Goodrich) @ 10:22

    Penalties

    SMCC #2 2 Trip @ 1:26

    HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 Trip @ 11:07

    Goalies: HVAC: Shawn Cohen (15 shots, 12 saves): SMCC (31 shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 4-6-2 10 points: SMCC 3-7-1 7 points

  64. HVAC and the Tradesman meet in a back and forth affair last night @ the USM Ice Arena…

    The Tradesman jumped on HVAC early when Loren Blair fired a shot the beat HVAC’s netminder Shawn Cohen over his glove and less that two minutes later Mike Heath would pick up a loose puck and knuckle on past Cohen to give the Tradesman 2-0 lead…But before the 1st Period ended Jim Duest finished a nice passing play from Paul Miller and beat Dan Morgan five hole to cut the lead in half headed into the 2nd….

    The only goal of the 2nd was Miller taking a nice feed from Scott Fletcher and beating Morgan to tie it @ 2 after 2…

    It was anybody hockey game going into the 3rd and it looked like HVAC would take it, when Charlie Elwell would pick up a lose puck and wobble a shot pass Morgan to give HVAC the lead…Last week player of the week Harold Nataupsky would extend the lead to two as he blasted home a shot of a nice feed from Elwell…

    HVAC was going to win right??? Well no,Ronald Duquette would cut the lead in half when he came in on a 2 on 1 and his pass bounced of the D man’s skate and past Cohen, Then with 3:18 left Blair went end to end again banged home his own rebound to tie the game @ 4…Eric Brewer on his return back to the Tradesman line-up would pot the GWG with 1:28 left and he pounded home a rebound of a Noah Miner shot to give the Tradesman a dramatic 5-4 come from behind victory….

  65. Carter’s and Atlantic meet last night in a battle for 2nd place and the game did not disappoint…

    Carter’s came out of the gate strong taking a 2-0 lead after 1…The first goal Bob Babcock took a nice feed from Tim Thornton came in on a break-away and beat Libby…Babcock set up the 2nd goal(with 1:58 left in the period) when he made a nice pass to Tim Polowski who also beat Libby on a break-away…

    The only goal of the 2nd period was a power play goal by Ed Radley that pulled Atlantic to within 1…Lucas Hannigan picked up and assist on the play…

    #12 on Atlantic tied the score up 1:47 into the 3rd after he banged home a rebound of a John Cushing shot…

    The winner was scored @ 8:20 of the period as Kurt Fletcher made a pretty feed to Troy Anctil an sent him on a break-away, Anctil was stoned by Libby but John Spring was there to pound home the rebound…

    Polowski would add an empty-netter to round out the scoring…4-2 Carter’s…

    Box Score

    Final

    Carter’s 4 Atlantic 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #12 Bob Babcock 7 (#27 Tim Thornton) @ 6:21

    2-0 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 5 (#12 Bob Babcock) @ 12:02

    Penalties

    CAR #11 Brian Fish 2 Rough @ 8:54

    ATL #9 2 Rough @ 8:54

    2nd Period

    2-1 ATL #8 Ed Radley 3 (#10 Lucas Hannigan) @ 4:01 pp

    Penalties

    CAR #26 Pete Mathieau 2 Hook @ 3:08

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 ATL #12 1 (# 7 John Cushing) @ 1:47

    3-2 CAR #17 John Spring 10 (#16 Troy Anctil, #3 Kurt Fletcher) @ 8:20

    4-2 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 6 (#8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 13:22 en

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: CAR Mike Rullo (22 shots, 20 saves) ATL Seth Libby (24 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 9-3-1 19 points: Atlantic 9-4 18 points

  66. Sebago and BH Milliken meet up tonight @ USM Ice Arena and BH Milliken seems to have gotten there swagger back…

    Gabe Gumiond and Ben Daigle scored two minutes apart in the 1st period to stake Milliken to a 2-0 lead after 1…

    Sebago cut the lead to one 2:26 into the 2nd on a strange goal: Lars Sjulander blasted a shot that hit teammate Nat Germond in the helmet and it bounced right to Gene St Cry would put it past Mike Payne…

    That could have made the game close but BH Milliken would score the next four goals: Andy Souza scored on a break-away, Gumiond blasted home a rebound, Jim Skvorak tiped home his 1st goal of the year and Graham Payne added his 3rd of the year to build the lead to 6-1…Greg Bishop would round out the scoring with 1:27 left for the 6-2 final…

    Box Score

    Final

    BH Milliken 6 Sebago 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 11 (# 88 Ben Daigle) @ 9:32

    2-0 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 7 (# 24 Scott Libby) @ 10:18

    Penalties

    BH # 8 John Harvey 2 Hook @ 11:45

    2nd Period

    2-1 SB #22 Gene St Cyr 2 (#37 Nat Germond, # 20 Lars Sjulander) @ 2:26

    3-1 BH #49 Andy Souza 6 (#1 Drew Payne) @ 7:42

    4-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 12 (unassisted) @ 8:36

    Penalties

    None

    3rd period

    Goals

    5-1 BH #69 Jim Skvorak 1 (#49 Andy Souza) @ :55

    6-1 BH #52 Graham Payne 3 (# 22 Gabe Gumiond, # 88 Ben Daigle) @ 11:20

    6-2 SB #10 Greg Bishop 8 (#37 Nat Germond , #3 Scott Fitser ) @ 12:33

    Penalties

    BH # 24 Scott Libby 2 rough @ 6:15

    SB #9 Adam Tanguay 2 rough @ 6:15

    Goalies: BH Mike Payne (17 shots, 15 saves) SB #35 (33 shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 7-5-1 15 points: Sebago Brew 6-6 12 points

  67. Atlantic was looking to put a halt to Hood’s winning steak in the nightcap but they fell short…

    It started off well for Atlantic as Bart Keinath slipped a back hand shot past Joe Foster to give Atlantic the early lead…

    Stanley Sampson would even the score as his ripped home the tying goal of a nice feed from Chris Huff but Atlantic would respond as Eric McCue would bang home a rebound of a Bart Keinath shot to give Atlantic a 2-1 lead…

    Mike Mantenuto would tie the game @ 2 and Greg Meehan would score with 1:24 left in the first off a nice feed from Huff to give Hood the lead for good @ 3-2 after 2…

    The 2nd period belonged to Hood as Dennis would bang home 2 goals to extend to lead to 5-2 after 2 and Mantenuto would score early in the 3rd to make it 6-2…Atlanitc would respond with 2 quick goals from Cushing and Chris Roop to pull within 2 but Dennis would get the hat-trick and put the game away as he scored with 1 minute left…Will anybody be able to knock off Hood again???

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 7 Atlantic 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #6 Bart Keinath 1 (unassisted) @ 2:57

    1-1 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 6 (#9 Chris Huff, #14 Dave Grigsby) @ 6:54

    2-1 ATL #11 Eric McCue 4 ( #6 Bart Keinath, # 7 John Cushing) @ 8:41

    2-2 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 23 (#7 Steve Gale) @ 10:18

    3-2 Hood # 33 Greg Meehan 2 (#9 Chris Huff) @ 12:36

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-2 Hood #17 Dennis 2 (#8 Mike Mantenuto) @ 4:54

    5-2 Hood #17 Dennis 3 (#7 Steve Gale, # 11 Chris Plummer) @ 13:14

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-2 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 24 (unassisted) @ 1:22

    6-3 ATL # 7 John Cushing 13 (#6 Bart Keinath) @ 10:56

    6-4 ATL #9 Chris Roop 1 (unassisted) @ 11:09

    7-4 Hood #17 Dennis 4 (#8 Mike Mantenuto) @ 13:00

    Penalties

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 trip @ 9:10

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 rough @ 12;10

    ATL #6 Bart Keinath 2 rough @ 12:10

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster (14 shots, 10 saves): ATL #15 (28 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 11-1-1 23 points: Atlantic 9-5 18 points

  68. SMCC jumped early on the Tradesman in action last night @ the USM Ice Arena and rolled to a 7-1 victory…

    #11 for SMCC would add two quick goals in the 1st period to put SMCC on top…

    1:48 into the 2nd Eric Brewer would sneak a shot pass Lincoln Jordon to cut the lead in half but #11 answered with a pretty goal 4 minutes later and after 2 the score was 3-1…

    The 3rd period was up for grabs but Jordon made save after save for SMCC and 4 quick goals accounted for the 7-1 final…The game was a lot closer than the score would indicate but Jordon stole the show making 27 saves on 28 shots…#11 also added 3G 1A and I am happy for him as he picks up the pucks after warm-up’s for me…:)

    Box Score

    Final

    SMCC 7 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #11 (#8, #1) @ 4:49

    2-0 SMCC #11 (#8) @ 6:11

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    2-1 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 2 (#26 Drew Mayo, #18 Brad Burtasket) @ 1:48

    3-1 SMCC #11 (#5) @ 5:31

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 SMCC #8 (#9, #5) @ 1:35

    5-1 SMCC #10 (#5, #1) @ 8:45

    6-1 SMCC #1 (#10, #3) @ 10:54

    7-1 SMCC #8 (#9, #11) @ 13:25

    Penalties

    SMCC #13 2 Hook @ 3:46

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon (28 shots, 27 saves): Tradesman: Chris Baba (25 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 4-7-1 9 points: Tradesman 2-11-1 5 points

  69. In one of the strangest games I have been apart of @ the USM Ice Arena: Carter’s continued on a roll by scoring 8 goals in the 3rd period to erase a 5-2 deficit against HVAC…

    Mike Rullo put on probably the best display in men’s league history in net, and Tim Polowski added 6G 1A…

    HVAC lead 2-0 after 1 on goals by Mike Goodrich and Dave Marasso…

    Carter’s tied the game @ 2 before HVAC ran off three consecutive for a 5-2 lead after two…

    Then Polowski and Rullo took over as Carter’s added 8 unanswered goals in the 3rd to roll to a 10-5 W…

    Box Score

    Final

    Carter’s 10 HVAC 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 7 (#12/14 Mike Nataupsky ) @ 4:56

    2-0 HVAC #4 Dave Massarro 4 (#8 Paul Miller ) @ 12:32

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 7 (#8 Pete Mirehouse ) @ 1:58 pp

    2-2 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 8 (#8 Pete Mirehouse, #18 Greg Shapiro) @ 4:51

    3-2 HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 8 (#12 Harold Nataupsky,# 11 Rob Cambell) @ 7:42

    4-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 4 ( unassisted ) @ 8:18

    5-2 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 9 (#14 Mike Nataupsky,#9 Charlie Elwell ) @11:30

    Penalties

    HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 2 body check @ 1:20

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-3 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 9 ( unassisted ) @ 2:11

    5-4 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 10 ( #12 Bob Babcock ) @ 3:15

    5-5 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 11 ( unassisted ) @ 3:22

    6-5 CAR #12 Bob Babcock 8 ( #18 Greg Shapiro) @ 5:09

    7-5 CAR #27 Tim Thornton 1 ( unassisted ) @ 7:40

    8-5 CAR #11 Brian Fish 4 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse,#15 Tim Polowski ) @ 10:25

    9-5 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 12 ( #27 Tim Thornton ) @ 11:07

    10-5 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 6 ( #12 Bob Babcock, #11 Brian Fish ) @ 12:05

    Penalties

    CAR #15 Tim Polowski 2 hold @ 11:35

    HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 Rough @ 11:35

    Goalies: CAR Mike Rullo ( 45 shots, 40 saves ) HVAC Chris Roy ( 19 shots, 9 saves )

    Team Records

    Carter’s 10-3-1 21 points : HVAC 4-8-2 10 points

  70. Maybe I should start back checking

  71. Is that allowed in Men’s league??? LOL j/k

  72. Well… since i’m playing defense now.

  73. Hood and the Tradesman locked horns last night and it was all Hood: a 12-0 final…Not much else to say about this one…Oh I got one, congrats to Joe Foster on the shutout…:)

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 12 Tradesman 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 25 (unassisted) @ 3:45

    2-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 9 (unassisted) @ 5:54

    3-0 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 26 ( #9 Chris Huff, #14 Dave Grigsby) @ 12:05 pp

    Penalties

    TRA # 11 Pete Toohey 2 Trip @ 9:39

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 Hood # 33 Greg Meehan 3 (unassisted) @ 2:43

    5-0 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 27 (unassisted) @ 3:02

    6-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 10 (#8 Mike Mantenuto) @ 9:53

    7-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 11 (#8 Mike Mantenuto, # 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 10:32

    8-0 Hood #17 Dennis 5 (unassisted) @ 11:11

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Trip @ 5:17

    Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 2 Rough @ 13:12

    3rd Period

    9-0 Hood # 33 Greg Meehan 4 (unassisted) @ 2:37

    10-0 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 28 (unassisted) @ 2:56

    11-0 Hood #17 Dennis 6 (# 33 Greg Meehan) @ 6:52

    12-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 12 (# 33 Greg Meehan, # 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 11:07

    Penalties

    Hood #0 Anthony Menario 2 rough @ 5:30

    TRA #0 2 rough @ 5:30

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 trip

    TRA # 11 Pete Toohey 10 misconduct @ 12:00

    Hood #17 Dennis 10 misconduct @ 12:00

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster (5 shots, 5 saves) TRA Dan Morgan (27 shots, 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 12-1-1 25 points: Tradesman 2-12-1 5 points

  74. Thank you Tim! The way I see it….. even though there were only 5 shots the entire game, it could have been 12-5 so a shutout is a shutout in my book :)

  75. Atlantic and SMCC met this week @ the USM Ice Arena and it was all Atlantic…John Cushing had 5G and #6 had 6 assist for an 8-1 Final…

    In the first #9 set the tone early as he beat SMCC Lincoln Jordon @ the 2:20 mark…Then 7 minutes late John Cushing pushed one past Jordon for a 2-0 lead…

    After, Eric McCue banged home a rebound it was the Cushing show as he had a pure hat-trick to end the period 6-0 Altantic…

    #9 would make it 7-0 before SMCC would strike as Ryan Meaney took a nice pass from Shawn Grover and beat Seth Libby…Cushing would add one more for the 8-1 final…

    Box Score

    Final

    Atlantic 8 SMCC 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #9 3 (#17 Mark Embury) @ 2:20

    2-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 14 (#6, #17 Mark Embury) @ 9:32

    Penalties

    SMCC #9 Ray Quattrucci 2 trip @ 3:25

    2nd Period

    3-0 ATL #11 Eric McCue 5 (# 3 Darren Lizotte) @ 4:51

    4-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 15 (#6) @ 5:47

    5-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 16 ( #6) @ 6:23

    6-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 17 (# 13 Darren Thayer, #6) @ 12:41

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-0 ATL #9 4 (#6) @ 6:27

    7-1 SMCC #7 Ryan Meaney 1 (#9 Ray Quattrucci, #2 Shawn Grover) @ 9:00

    8-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 18 (#6) @ 9:51

    Penalties

    ATL #9 2 Hook @ 12:20

    SMCC #5 Scott Laliberte 2 High-Stick @ 14:00

    Goalies: ATL Seth Libby (16 shots, 15 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon (31 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 10-5 20 points: SMCC 4-8-1 9 points

  76. HVAC and BH Milliken clashed last night in a back and forth affair…

    Ben Daigle would get BH Milliken on the Board first as he tipped home a shot from Gabe Gumiond 1:53 in to give Milliken the lead…It is a lead the would extend to 2-0 @ the 6:44 mark when Andy Souza beat Chris Willey on a break-away for a quick 2-0 lead…

    HVAC wouldn’t go quietly as Jim Duest rifled home a beautiful pass from Rob Cambell… Just over a minute later Paul Miller slid one passed Mike Payne to tie the game a 2-2…Off the next faceoff Gumiond would go end to end to give BH Milliken a 3-2 lead after the 1st…

    9:35 into the 2nd period Scott Fletcher would score from behind the net to even the score again… With 56 secs. left in the period, Miller fired one pass Payne to give HVAC the lead for good…

    Harold Nataupsky would finish off a nice pass from Miller to extend the lead to 5-3… And less than a minute later Charlie Elwell would convert off a Miller feed 6-3… Ron Giroux would round out the scoring tipping home a Gumiond shot with 8 secs. left… FINAL 6-4 HVAC…

    Box Score:

    Final

    HVAC 6 BH Milliken 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 8 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 1:53

    2-0 BH #49 Andy Souza 7 ( #69 Jim Skvorak, #44 Ron Giroux) @ 6:44

    2-1 HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 5 ( # 11 Rob Cambell ) @ 9 :12

    2-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 5 ( #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 10:53

    3-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 13 ( Unassisted ) @ 11:31

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-3 HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 5 ( Unassisted) @ 9:35

    4-3 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 6 ( # 5 Jim Duest ) @ 13:14 sh

    Penalties

    HVAC # 7 Justin Rice 2 Bodycheck @ 11:46

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-3 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 10 (# 8 Paul Miller, #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 2:42

    6-3 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 7 ( #8 Paul Miller, # 7 Justin Rice ) @ 3:22

    6-4 BH #44 Ron Giroux 6 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 13:52

    Penalties

    BH #1 Drew Payne 2 Inter. @ 6:14

    Goalies: HVAC : Chris Willey ( 24 shots, 20 saves ) : BH Milliken : Mike Payne ( 25 shots, 19 saves )

    Team Records

    HVAC 5-8-2 12 points : BH Milliken 7-6-1 15 points

  77. In what was the best game of the week Sebago defeated Carter’s 3-1 to stop a mini losing streak…

    In the first 5:23 in Greg Bishop took a pass from Jay Lachance and beat Mike Rullo’s poke-check to give Sebago to the lead…

    Early in the 2nd Gene St Cyr scored a goal with a beautiful backhand shot to give Sebago a 2-0 lead…Less than a minute later Bishop added his 2nd of the game banging home a rebound of a Lachance shot and that was the score after 2: 3-0

    Try as the might Carter’s was only able to muster a Pete Mirehouse power play goal in the 3rd as
    Julian Kaelin stole the show making 3 or 4 point blank shots…Final 3-1 Good game, fast paced clean , what this league is all about…

    Box Score

    Final

    Sebago 3 Carter’s 1

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #10 Greg Bishop 9 (#4 Jay Lachance) @ 5:38

    Penalties

    None

    2nd period

    Goals

    2-0 SB #22 Gene St Cyr 3 (#11 Dwight Doucette) @ 4:08

    3-0 SB #10 Greg Bishop 10 (#4 Jay Lachance, #37 Nat Germond) @ 5:23

    Penalties

    CAR #17 John Spring 2 Trip @ 11:30

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 7 (#15 Tim Polowski, #3 Kurt Fletcher ) @ 10:28 pp

    Penalties

    CAR #12 Bob Babcock 2 Trip @ 3:42

    SB #11 Dwight Doucette 2 Body-Check @ 7:25

    SB #37 Nat Germond 2 Trip @ 9:03

    Goalies: Sebago Brew: Julian Kaelin (19 shots, 18 saves) : Carter’s Mike Rullo (16 shots, 13 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 7-6 14 points: Carter’s 10-4-1 21 points

  78. Atlantic vs. Tradesman…With the win and a Carter’s lost Atlantic was looking into sole possession of second place… It didn’t start well because the goalie was MIA… Atlantic struck first a the 5:19 mark, When #15 snuck a shot passed Dan Morgan…The Atlantic struck twice in the last mintue of the first: Darren Lizotte banged a rebound off his own shot and John Cushing scored right off the face off…

    Eric McCue and #15 extended the lead to 5 with two quick strikes, before Roland Duquette scored a nice goal to the Tradesman on the board… 5-1 after 2…

    McCue and Cushing would strike for Atlantic with a goal from the Tradesman’s Ron Smith sandwiched in between… Final 7-2…

    Box Score

    Atlantic 7 Tradesman 2

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #15 2 (# 7 John Cushing, # 3 Darren Lizotte) @ 5:19

    2-0 ATL # 3 Darren Lizotte 2 (unassisted) @ 12:52

    3-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 19 (unassisted) @ 13:59

    Penalties

    ATL # 3 Darren Lizotte 2 Trip @ 10:46

    2nd Period

    4-0 ATL #11 Eric McCue 6 (unassisted) @ 1:20

    5-0 ATL #15 3 (# 7 John Cushing, # 3 Darren Lizotte) @ 3:56

    5-1 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 9 (#21, # 66 Ron Smith) @ 5:22

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    6-1 ATL #11 Eric McCue 7 (#15) @ 8:19

    6-2 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 3 (# 3 Chris Fullarton) @ 9:03

    7-2 ATL # 7 John Cushing 20 (# 3 Darren Lizotte) @ 12:02

    Penalties

    ATL # 3 Darren Lizotte 2 Hook @ 6:57

    Goalies: ATL Darren Thayer (3 shots, 3 saves) #15 (11 shots, 9 saves) TRA Dan Morgan (30 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 11-5 22 points: Tradesman 2-13-1 5 points

  79. BH Milliken vs. Carter’s

    BH jumped on Carter’s early scoring 3 goals in the first 8 mins…Ron Giroux and Matt Martell would both score and assist on each others goal and John Harvey would bang home a rebound of a Graham Payne shot for the 3-0 lead…Carter’s would get one back before the period would end,when Bill Kennedy scored his first goal of the year…

    Carter’s would pull within one when Troy Anctil would bury a nice pass from John Spring…Ben Daigle would pick off a pass and score that would extend the lead to 2 before Anctil would strike again…4-3

    BH would extend the lead to 2 1:14 in the 3rd…When #36 lite the lamp…Rick Brown would bang home a rebound to cut the lead in half before Daigle would seal the game for BH Milliken…

    Box Score

    BH Milliken 6 Carter’s 4

    1st period

    1-0 BH #44 Ron Giroux 7 (#20 Matt Martell ) @ 1:50

    2-0 BH #20 Matt Martell 13 (#44 Ron Giroux ) @ 3:36

    3-0 BH # 8 John Harvey 3 (#52 Graham Payne) @ 7:40

    3-1 CAR #9 Bill Kennedy 1 (#8 Pete Mirehouse, #27 Tim Thornton ) @ 10:15

    Penalties

    CAR #11 Brian Fish 2 Hold @ 11:09

    2nd Period

    3-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 12 (#17 John Spring) @ 2:27

    4-2 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 9 (unassisted) @ 6:55

    4-3 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 13 (#27 Tim Thornton) @ 8:39

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-3 BH #36 1 (#44 Ron Giroux , #20 Matt Martell ) @ 1:14

    5-4 CAR #4 Rick Brown 4 (#15 Tim Polowski, #9 Bill Kennedy) @ 3:18

    6-4 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 10 (#44 Ron Giroux) @ 12:29

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Milliken : Mike Payne (21 shots, 17 saves) : Carter’s Mike Rullo (33 shots, 27 saves)

    Team records

    BH Milliken 8-6-1 17 points: Carter’s 10-5-1 21 points

  80. HOOD vs. SMCC

    HOOD was looking to extend their winning streak to 10 games…Greg Meehan would rifle home a nice pass from Chris Huff to get hood on the board first…Anthony Menario would pick off a pass and rifle one pass Lincoln Jordan to give HOOD a 2 goal cushion after 1…

    Huff would take a pass from Satan and beat Jordan to give HOOD a 3-0 lead…

    SMCC put on a little run to begin the 3rd when Ken Anctil and Craig Dudley struck for 2 quick goals 1:31 apart to cut HOODS lead to 3-2…but Satan would assure HOOD of there 10th consecutive win when he rifled a shot pass Jordan…Huff would finish the scoring with 1:11 left… Final 5-2 HOOD…

    Box Score

    Hood 5 SMCC 2

    1st Period

    1-0 Hood # 33 Greg Meehan 5 (#9 Chris Huff , #666 William Sampson) @ 3:33

    2-0 Hood #0 Anthony Menario 1 (unassisted) @ 4:40

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 13 (#666 William Sampson) @ 2:24

    Penalties’

    None

    3rd Period

    3-1 SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 1 (unassisted) @ 2:09

    3-2 SMCC #12 Craig Dudley 1 (# 11 Mike Sarrazin) @ 3:40

    4-2 Hood #666 William Sampson 3 (#9 Chris Huff) @ 6:56

    5-2 Hood #9 Chris Huff 14 (# 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 12:49

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster (19 shots, 17 saves) SMCC Lincoln Jordon (31 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 13-1-1 27 points: SMCC 4-9-1 9 points

  81. HVAC vs Sebago turned out to be a barn-burner…

    Julian Kaelin turned aside 29 out of 30 shots and the only one to slip by happened to be the only goal of the 1st period…While on the power play Paul Miller took a feed from Mike Nataupsky and slid a shot pass Kaelin shot side..1-0 HVAC after 1….

    Dwight Doucette blasted a shot pass HVAC’s Shawn Cohen off a face-off win for his 2nd of the year and the only goal of the 2nd period …1-1 after 2

    While Kaelin made save after save and Cohen matching him on the other end it looked like a shootout was the come but Adam Tanguay would take a feed from Mike Pomerleau and roof a shot over the blocker of Cohen with 5 seconds left to give Sebago it’s 2nd W in a row…

    Box Score

    Final

    Sebago Brew 2 HVAC 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 7 (#14 Mike Nataupsky ) @ 11:55 PP

    Penalties

    SB #37 Nat Germond 2 Hook @ 11:16

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SB #11 Dwight Doucette 2 (#9 Adam Tanguay ) @ 9:28

    Penalties

    SB #37 Nat Germond 2 Rough @ 11:29

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 20 (#91 Mike Pomerleau ) @ 13:55 pp

    Penalties

    SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 2 Rough @ 2:20

    HVAC # 7 Justin Rice 2 Rough @ 2:20

    HVAC #14 Mike Nataupsky 2 Trip @ 3:18

    HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 X-Check @ 13:46

    Goalies: Sebago Julian Kaelin (30 shots, 29 saves) HVAC Shawn Cohen (17 shots, 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 8-6 16 points: HVAC 5-9-2 12 points

  82. BH Milliken vs. Atlantic

    Scott Libby opened up the scoring blasting home a screen shot @ 4:43 in… But Atlantic would tie it up with 1:06 left in the period when John Cushing one timed a pass from Jason Walker 1-1 after 1…

    The 2nd period belonged to BH Milliken they would score 5 unanswered goals: Ron Drew would score 1:10 into the 2nd then Andy Souza and Matt Martel both would strike and John Harvey would add 2 late goals to make i 6-1 after 2…

    Atlantic would strike next when Eric McCue scored a shorty but less than a minute later Souza would respond for BH Milliken…Cushing and Gabe Gumiond would round out the scoring…

    Box Score
    Final

    BH Milliken 8 Atlantic 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 24 Scott Libby 2 ( #49 Andy Souza ) @ 4:43

    1-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 21 ( #5 Jason Walker ) @ 12:54

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 BH #44 Ron Giroux 8 (# 24 Scott Libby ) @ 1:10

    3-1 BH #49 Andy Souza 8 (#20 Matt Martell ) @ 3:55

    4-1 BH #20 Matt Martell 14 ( #49 Andy Souza ) @ 9:50

    5-1 BH # 8 John Harvey 4 (unassisted) @ 12:05

    6-1 BH # 8 John Harvey 5 (# 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 13:06

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    6-2 ATL #11 Eric McCue 8 (# 7 John Cushing, #5 Jason Walker ) @ 1:19 sh

    7-2 BH #49 Andy Souza 9 (# 8 John Harvey ) @ 2:13

    7-3 ATL # 7 John Cushing 22 (#10 Lucas Hannigan) @ 12:01

    8-3 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 14 ( #36, #7 Dave Madsen ) @ 12:27

    Penalties

    ATL #13 Darren Thayer 2 Hold @ :32

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 21 shots, 18 saves) : Atlantic Seth Libby (27 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 9-6-1 19 points: Atlantic 11-6 22 points

  83. Sebago vs. Tradesman

    Adam Tanguay would open up the scoring for Sebago 56 seconds in, when he rifled a shot past Mike Payne…Less than 2 minutes later Noah Miner would go end to end and fire a shot past netminder Ryan Fitch to even the score… At the 11:13 mark Greg Bishop would tip home a nice feed from Nat Germond to give Sebago a 2-1 lead…

    The 2nd period belonged to Goaltenders Payne and Fitch as the both turned aside chance after chance…

    More the same in the 3rd with both goalies putting up a brick wall until the 10:44 mark when Jay Lachance banged home a rebound of a Brian Hamann shot…
    Final 3-1

    Box Score

    Final

    Sebago Brew 3 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 21 ( #4 Jay Lachance ) @ :57

    1-1 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 6 (unassisted) @ 3:23

    2-1 SB #10 Greg Bishop 11 (#37 Nat Germond) @ 11:13

    Penalties

    SB #9 Adam Tanguay 2 Hook @ 13:30

    2nd period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 10 (#24 Brian Haman, #9 Adam Tanguay ) @ 10:44

    Penalties

    TRA #21 2 Trip @ 1:04

    SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 2 Body-Check @ 4:06

    TRA #18 Brad Burtasket 2 Trip @ 6:08

    Goalies: Sebago Brew : Ryan Fitch (15 shots, 14 saves) : Tradesman Mike Payne (31 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 9-6 18 points: Tradesman 2-15-1 3 points

  84. HOOD vs. HVAC

    HOOD was looking to extend their winning streak to 11 games…but HVAC would strike first When Mike Goodrich slipped a shot passed Joe Foster @ 1:38 into the game…HOOD would strike back less than a minute later when #11 finished off a nice 3 way passing play…1-1 after 1…

    Anthony Menario would give HOOD a 2-1 lead when he took a nice feed from Steve Gayle and beat Shawn Cohen high blocker…On the ensuing face off Paul Miller split the HOOD D and tied the score…HVAC would take the lead when Harold Nataupsky flipped a shot pass Foster…3-2 after 2…

    The lone goal in the 3rd would belong to HOOD…When Chris Huff took a beautiful pass from Chris Plummer and beat Cohen on a break away… Foster and Cohen would make sure we went to a shoot out: Each making big saves to keep the game tied…

    In the shoot out Harold Nataupsky would score the winner as HVAC would win the shoot out 3-2 and the game 4-3…

    Box Score

    HVAC 4 Hood 3 in a shootout

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 9 (#8 Paul Miller, # 7 Justin Rice ) @ 1:28

    1-1 Hood #11 1 ( #7 Steve Gale , #9 Chris Huff ) @ 2:34

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    2-1 Hood #0 Anthony Menario 2 (#7 Steve Gale) @ 8:30

    2-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 8 (#18 Mike Goodrich ) @ 8:57

    3-2 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 11 ( #18 Mike Goodrich ) @ 10:46

    Penalties

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Trip @ 13:58

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 Hood #9 Chris Huff 15 ( # 11 Chris Plummer ) @ 5:25

    Penalties

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 Rough @ 3:29

    Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 2 Trip @ 7:03

    HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 2 Trip @ 8:28

    HVAC wins the shootout 3-2 #12 Harold Nataupsky GWG

    Goalies: HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 25 shots, 22 saves) : Hood Joe Foster ( 30 Shots, 27 saves)

    Team Recaps

    HVAC 6-9-2 14 points: Hood 13-1-2 28 points

  85. SMCC vs. Carters

    It’s hard to win without a goalie as last proved…SMCC scored 4 goals on long flip shots behind there own red line…Everytime Carters got within striking distance SMCC would just flip one into the empty net…Carters did out shoot SMCC 38-12 but SMCC’s Lincoln Jordan kicked away 33 shots… It would have been a pretty close game if Carters had a netminder….

    Box Score

  86. Carter’s vs. Tradesman

    There would be no scoring in the first period,as goalies Dan Morgan and Tim Polowski stopped all shots that were sent there way…

    Carter’s would get on the board first when Troy Anctil took a nice feed from John Spring and flipped a back hander over Morgan’s glove…Two minutes later Anctil would extend the lead to 2 when he took a feed from Tim Thornton and beat Morgan with a nice deak…The Tradesman would strike back with 1:09 left in the 2nd when Ron Smith fired home a nice pass from Pete Toohey…

    Pete Mirehouse would jump on a loose puck and fire a shot through Morgan’s five hole to put Carter’s up by 2…The Tradesman would not go away as Eric Brewer would be stopped on a breakaway but Brad Burtasket would slide the rebound in…Roland Duquette would tip in a nice pass from Smith and the game would be tied…It looked like a shoot out but Anctil struck again on the power play for the hat trick and the GWG when he took a pass from Spring and launched a laser pass Morgan’s glove with 1:47 left…Final 4-3 Carter’s

    Box Score

    Carter’s 4 Tradesman 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 15 ( #17 John Spring ) @ 2:20

    2-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 16 ( #27 Tim Thornton ) @ 4:40

    2-1 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 4 ( # 4 Roland Duquette , # 11 Pete Toohey ) @ 12:51

    Penalties

    CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 2 Rough @ :43

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 8 (unassisted) @ 2:31

    3-2 TRA #18 Brad Burtasket 1 ( #25 Eric Brewer, #77 Mark Van Zandt ) @ 6:25

    3-3 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 10 ( # 66 Ron Smith ) @ 7:10

    4-3 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 17 ( #17 John Spring ) @ 12:13 pp

    Penalties

    TRA # 24 Noah Miner 2 Trip @ 11:22

    Goalies: Carter’s: Tim Polowski ( 16 shots, 13 saves) : Tradesman: Dan Morgan ( 37 shots, 33 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 11-6-1 23 points: Trdesman 2-15-1 3 points

  87. Sebago vs. SMCC

    Brian Hamann would light the lamp first as he took a pass from Kevin Hopkins and fired a shot past Lincoln Jordan…Dwight Doucette would extend the lead to 2 for Sebago when he picked off a pass and beat Jordan short side 2-0 Sebago after 1…

    SMCC would try to get into the game when Shawn Grover took a pass from Kyle Huber and rifled a shot past Eric Tanguay…Jay Lachance would bang home a rebound with 30 secs. left in the 2nd to restore the 2 goal lead…

    Lars Sjulander would launch a laser past Jordan’s shoulder off a face off win by Nat Germond for his first goal of the year…Grover would go end to end and score a pretty goal to pull SMCC to within 2…But Sebago would score 3 quick ones to squash any hope of any come back…Mike Pomerleau would score his first of the year, and Lachance and Hamann added there second of the game to account for the 7-2 final…

    Box Score

    Sebago 7 SMCC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #24 Brian Hamann 3 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins ) @ 6:49

    2-0 SB #11 Dwight Doucette 3 ( unassisted) @ 13:15

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 1 (# 1 Kyle Huber, #8 Ken Anctil ) @ 7:00

    3-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 11 ( #91 Mike Pomerleau, # 20 Lars Sjulander ) @ 13:30

    Penalties

    SMCC #6 Kyle Greenleaf 2 Rough @ 3:23

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 SB # 20 Lars Sjulander 1 ( #37 Nat Germond ) @ 1:05

    4-2 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 2 (unassisted) @ 5:03

    5-2 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 1 ( # 20 Lars Sjulander ) @ 6:16

    6-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 12 ( #8 Brian Johnson ) @ 10:45

    7-2 SB #24 Brian Hamann 4 ( #8 Brian Johnson , #4 Jay Lachance ) @ 11:04

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Sebago Brew: Eric Tanguay ( 19 shots, 17 saves) SMCC : Lincoln Jordon ( 28 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 11-6 22 points: SMCC 5-10-1 11 points

  88. Atlantic vs HVAC

    It’s not too often that an empty net goal ends up being the GWG but that’s what happened in this game…

    Both Shawn Cohen and Seth Libby played well and the game looked like it was going to be scoreless after 2 but Lucas Hannigan banged home an Eric McCue shot with 1:50 left in the 2nd to give Atlantic a 1-0 lead…

    The 3rd period was a pretty wild one: @ the 1:28 mark Paul Miller put a shot pass Libby to tie the game @ 1…Less than a minute after that, Charlie Elwell banged home a rebound off a Mike Goodrich shot to give HVAC @ 2-1 lead…The lead would be shot lived though as #15 took a nice feed from John Cushing and made a nice move around Cohen to tie the game @ 2…Cushing would give Atlantic the lead as he took a nice feed from Mike Morlano and slipped one pass Cohen…Jason Walker would fire one into an empty net to give Atlantic a 4-2 lead…Jim Duest would round out the scoring with 1 second left to account for the 4-3 final..

    Box Score

    Final

    Atlantic 4 HVAC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    1-0 ATL #10 Lucas Hannigan 3 ( #11 Eric McCue ) @ 12:10 pp

    Penalties

    ATL #13 Darren Thayer 2 Hold @ 7:21

    HVAC # 11 Rob Cambell 2 Hold @ 9:58

    3rd period

    1-1 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 9 ( # 7 Justin Rice, #4 Dave Massarro ) @ 1:28

    2-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 8 ( #18 Mike Goodrich, #12 Harold Nataupsky ) @ 2:10

    2-2 ATL #15 4 ( # 7 John Cushing ) @ 5:26

    3-2 ATL # 7 John Cushing 23 ( #14 Mike Morlano ) @ 9:58

    4-2 ATL #5 Jason Walker 4 ( #17 Mark Embury ) @ 13:01 en

    4-3 HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 6 ( #9 Charlie Elwell , Harold Nataupsky ) 13:59

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies : Atlantic Seth Libby ( 22 shots, 19 saves) : HVAC Shawn Cohen (14 shots, 11 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 12-6 24 Points: HVAC 6-10-2 14 points

  89. Atlantic vs. Sebago

    Adam Tanguay would strike first for Sebago as he picked up a loose puck made a nice move and slipped one by Seth Libby @ the 4:29 mark…Atlantic would tie the game 1:30 later when John Cushing would take a pass from #15 and rifle shot past Eric Tanguay…A.Tanguay would take a feed from his Brother go end to end and launch a rocket over Libby’s glove….2-1 Sebago after 1…

    The only goal in the second period would be scored by Atlantic’s Lucas Hannigan as he would find the back of the net off a nice feed from Cushing…

    Both goalies stood on there heads in the 3rd period making save after save to ensure the game would go into a shoot-out…The only player that would find the back of the net in the shoot-out would be Mike Pomerleau who went backhand roof for a pretty goal that gave Sebago the extra point…

    Box Score:

    Sebago Brew 3 Atlantic 2 in a shoot-out

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 22 (Unassisted) @ 4:29

    1-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 24 ( #15, #17 Mark Embury ) @ 6:03

    2-1 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 23 ( Eric Tanguay ) @ 8:18

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 ATL #10 Lucas Hannigan 4 ( # 7 John Cushing ) @ 11:06

    Penalties

    SB #37 Nat Germond 2 Hook @ 4:49

    3rd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Rough @ 7:01

    SB #91 Mike Pomerleau GWG in the Shoot-out

    Goalies: Sebago Brew : Eric Tanguay ( 21 shots, 19 saves ) : Atlantic : Seth Libby ( 23 shots, 21 saves )

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 11-6 22 points: Atlantic 12-6-1 25 points

  90. Carter’s vs. HOOD

    It looked like it would be a long night for Carter’s as 20 seconds in Andy Slefinger would bang home a rebound of a Steve Gale shot to give HOOD a 1-0 lead…Carter’s would strike back as Bob Babcock would take a feed from Rick Brown and rifle a shot past Joe Foster at the 4:55 mark to tie the game…HOOD would jump out to a 2-1 lead at the 11:07 mark when Chris Huff found the back of the net off a Gale pass…With 42 seconds left in the period John Spring would take a pass from Brown and tie the game at 2…

    Spring would strike again at the 5:53 mark of the 2nd when he banged home a nice pass from Bill Kennedy to give Carter’s a 3-2 lead…They would extend the lead to 2 at the 11:28 mark when Babcock took a feed from Tim Thorton and beat Foster 4-2 after 2…

    37 seconds into the 3rd period Jay Nadeau would tip home a shot from Shawn Drew to cut Carter’s lead in half …Mike Rullo would make the lead stand up as he finished with 27 saves…This was HOOD’s first loss since week 4…

    Box Score:

    Carter’s 4 Hood 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #0 Andy Slefinger 1 ( #7 Steve Gale, # 11 Chris Plummer ) @ :20

    1-1 CAR #12 Bob Babcock 10 ( #4 Rick Brown , #18 Greg Shapiro ) @ 4:55

    2-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 16 ( #7 Steve Gale , #0 Andy Slefinger ) @ 11:07

    2-2 CAR #17 John Spring 11 ( #4 Rick Brown , #27 Tim Thornton ) @ 13:18

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 CAR #17 John Spring 12 ( #9 Bill Kennedy , #81 Eric Weeks ) @ 5:53

    4-2 CAR #12 Bob Babcock 11 ( #27 Tim Thornton ) @ 11:28

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 Hood #9 Jay Nadeau 2 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson , #17 Sean Drew ) @ :37

    Penalties

    Hood #4 Kevin Colangelo 2 Hook @ 7:45

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 30 shots, 27 saves ) : Hood Joe Foster ( 20 shots, 16 saves )

    Team Records

    Carter’s 12-6-1 25 points: Hood 13-2-2 28 points

  91. HVAC vs SMCC

    HVAC would strike first when Harold Nataupsky would take a pass from Charlie Elwell and fire a shot the eluded Lincoln Jordon @ the 4:33 mark….SMCC would tie it @ 1 when Ray Quattrucci was able to slip one pass Shawn Cohen…1-1 after 1…

    H. Nataupsky would add his second goal of the game again on a feed from Elwell @ the 4:26 mark of the 2nd on the power play…Paul Miller would extend the lead to 2 when he would pick of a pass and fire on past Jordon…SMCC would draw within one @ the 12:11 mark when Mike Sarrazin would take a pass a find the back of the net…HVAC 3-2 after 2…

    SMCC would tie the game :14 seconds into the 3rd when Ken Anctil would beat Cohen on a nice warp-around goal…HVAC would take the game over though as H Nataupsky would get the GWG and his 3rd of the game @ the 2:30 mark of another feed from Elwell to give HVAC a lead they would never relinquish…@ the 7:41 mark Elwell would come in alone a beat Jordon five hole for his 4th point to give HVAC a 5-3 lead…HVAC would then add two empty-netters ( H . Nataupsky his 4th and Rob Cambell) to account for the 7-3 final…

    Box Score

    Final

    HVAC 7 SMCC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 12 ( #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 4:53

    1-1 SMCC # 9 Ray Quattrucci 1 ( #0 ) @ 6:53

    Penalties

    HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 2 Hook @ 11:00

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 13 ( #9 Charlie Elwell , # 5 Jim Duest ) @ 4:26

    3-1 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 10 ( Unassisted ) @ 11:23

    3-2 SMCC #11 Mike Sarrazin 1 ( # 11 , #6 Kyle Greenleaf ) @ 12:21

    Penalties

    SMCC #13 Allan Ellison 2 Body-Check @ 3:47

    HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 Trip @ 5:46

    SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 2 Rough @ 7:47

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 2 ( #1 Kyle Huber, # 9 Ray Quattrucci ) @ :14

    4-3 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 14 ( #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 2:30

    5-3 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 9 ( Unassisted) @ 7:41

    6-3 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 15 ( #18 Mike Goodrich ) @ 12:58 en

    7-3 HVAC # 11 Rob Cambell 6 ( Unassisted) @ 13:28 en

    Penalties

    SMCC #13 Allan Ellison 2 Hook @ 3:03

    Goalies: HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 21 shors, 18 saves) : SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 19 shots, 14 saves )

    Team Records

    HVAC 7-10-2 16 points: SMCC 5-11-1 11 ponts

  92. BH Milliken vs Tradesman

    Matt Martell would light the lamp first for BH Milliken @ the 9:26 mark when he danced past the D and fired a rocket that beat Dan Morgan top self…@ the 11:17 mark Brad Burtasket would tie the game @ 1 when he banged home a rebound off a Lauren Blair shot….With the 1st period winding down Roland Duquette found himself all alone on a break-away and he fired one past Mike Payne with 4 seconds left to give the Tradesman a 2-1 lead after 1….

    The only goal of the 2nd period would be score again by Martell as he once again beat Morgan top shelf to tie the game @ 2 @ the 5:28 mark…

    The 3rd Period would be a seesaw affair with Duquette taking a feed from Mark Van Zandt and again finding the back of the net @ the 2:03 mark to give the Tradesman a 3-2 lead…@ the 4:10 mark #0 would slip a shot past Morgan shot side to tie the game @ 3….Duquette again would give the Tradesman a lead when he took a feed from Chris Fullarton and fired one five hole @ the 9:33 mark…Brian Siebert would tie the game with 1:37 left and he buried a nice pass from Jim Skvorak to tie the game @ 3…it looked like a shoot-out but #0 would take a blast from the blue-line that would elude Morgan and give BH Milliken the 5-4 victory…

    Box Score

    Final

    BH Milliken 5 Tradesman 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #20 Matt Martell 15 (Unassisted) @ 9:26

    1-1 TRA #18 Brad Burtasket 2 ( # 22 Loren Blair , # 11 Pete Toohey ) @ 11:17

    2-1 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 11 ( Unassisted) @ 13:56

    Penalties

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 Body-Check @ :34

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 BH #20 Matt Martell 16 ( Unassisted ) @ 5:28

    Penalties

    TRA # 22 Loren Blair 2 Trip @ :21

    TRA # 22 Loren Blair 2 Interference @ 7:08

    BH #0 2 Interference @ 8:05

    TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 Trip @ 10:02

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 12 ( #77 Mark Van Zandt ) @ 2: 03

    3-3 BH #0 1 ( #14 ) @ 4:10

    4-3 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 13 ( # 3 Chris Fullarton ) @ 9:33

    4-4 BH #25 Brian Siebert 4 ( #69 Jim Skvorak ) @ 12:33

    5-4 BH # 0 2 ( Unassisted) @ 12:57

    Penalties

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 X-Check @ 11:01

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 10 shots , 6 saves) : Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 28 shots, 23 saves )

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 10-6-1 21 points: Tradesman 2-16-1 5 points

  93. HOOD vs. Sebago

    52 secs. in Dave Grigsby took a feed from Greg Meehan and fired a screen shot passed Julian Kaelin to give HOOD a 1-0 lead…Sebago would strike back at the 3:23 mark when Jay Lachance converted on a nice pass from Brian Hammann…Hood would own the rest of the period as Dennis tipped home a Chris Plummer shot, Chris Huff would find the back of the net twice in a span of a minute and Plummer would rifle home a shot… 5-1 after 1…

    The only goal in the second came when Dennis picked off a pass and wristed one pass Kaelin to give HOOD a 6-1 lead after 2…

    Sebago would get one back 39 seconds into the 3rd when Nat Germond took a feed from Scott Fitser and beat Joe Foster stick side…Any hopes of a Sebago comeback would be dashed as Andy Slefinger would score the next 2 goals to account for the 8-2 final…

    Box Score:

    Hood 8 Sebago Brew 2

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 5 ( # 33 Greg Meehan ) @ :52

    1-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 13 ( #24 Brian Hamann , #8 Brian Johnson ) @ 3:23

    2-1 Hood #17 Dennis 7 ( # 11 Chris Plummer ) @ 8:14

    3-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 17 ( #0 Andy Slefinger ) @ 10:40

    4-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 18 ( # 33 Greg Meehan ) @ 11:29

    5-1 Hood # 11 Chris Plummer 8 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 13:09

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-1 Hood #17 Dennis 8 ( Unassisted) @ 6:27

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-2 SB #37 Nat Germond 2 ( #3 Scott Fitser, #22 Gene St Cyr ) @ :39

    7-2 Hood #0 Andy Slefinger 2 ( Unassisted) @ 1:31

    8-2 Hood #0 Andy Slefinger 3 ( Unassisted ) @ 12:59

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Trip @ 4:26

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 17 shots, 15 saves ) : Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 37 shots, 29 saves )

    Team Records

    Hood 14-2-2 30 points: Sebago Brew 11-7 22 points

  94. BH Milliken vs SMCC

    BH Milliken jumped on SMCC early and often in the 1st as Gabe Gumiond would make a nice pass to Matt Martell who found the back of the net at the 8:07 mark…Gumiond would take a feed from Ben Daigle and rifled one past Lincoln Jordan for a 2-0 lead…With 46 seconds left in the 1st Daigle banged home a rebound of a Martell shot 3-0 after1…

    SMCC would try to get back in the game as # 10 tipped home a nice pass from Ray Quattrucci to cut the lead to 2…But less than a minute later Gumiond would find the back of the net…Craig Dudley would again cut the lead to 2 when he banged home the puck off a goalmouth scramble…4-2 after 2…

    Martell would strike again at the 58 sec. mark to give Milliken a commanding 5-2 lead…Allan Ellison would beat Mike Payne with 21 sec. left to round out the scoring…

    Box Score:

    BH Milliken 5 SMCC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #20 Matt Martell 17 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 8:07

    2-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 15 ( # 88 Ben Daigle ) @ 12:10

    3-0 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 11 ( #20 Matt Martell ) @ 13:14

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 SMCC #10 1 ( # 9 Ray Quattrucci , #13 Allan Ellison ) @ 3:26

    4-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 16 ( #20 Matt Martell ) @ 4:12

    4-2 SMCC #12 Craig Dudley 2 ( # 9 Ray Quattrucci ) @ 5:58

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-2 BH #20 Matt Martell 18 ( # 88 Ben Daigle , #44 Ron Giroux ) @ :58

    5-3 SMCC #13 Allan Ellison 1 ( Unassisted) @ 13:39

    Penalties

    BH # 8 John Harvey 2 Trip @ 3:37

    SMCC #1 Kyle Huber 2 Trip @ 12:38

    BH # 24 Scott Libby 2 Hook @ 13:01

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 24 shots, 21 saves) : SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 26 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 11-6-1 23 points: SMCC 5-12 1 11 points

  95. Carter’s vs. Atlantic

    In a battle for 2nd place Carter’s got on the board first With Troy Anctil beat Dan Morgan with a backhander…

    Atlantic would even out the score at 9 mins. of the 2nd when John Cushing buried a feed from #15…Carter’s would go up for good when Bob Babcock fired home a pass from Anctil 2-1 after 2…

    Anctil would strike again @ 2:38 mark off a nice feed from Babcock…Carter’s would extend the lead to 3 when Rick Brown sent in Tim Polowski all alone and he beat Morgan…Lucas Hannigan would score for Atlantic with 56 secs. left but it was to little to late 4-2 final…

    Box Score:

    Carter’s 4 Atlantic 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 18 ( Unassisted) @ 7:38

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 25 ( # 15 , #17 Mark Embury ) @ 9:00

    2-1 CAR #12 Bob Babcock 12 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #17 John Spring ) @ 11:22

    Penalties

    ATL # 15 2 Trip @ 1:58

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 19 ( #12 Bob Babcock . #26 Pete Mathieau ) @ 2:38

    4-1 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 15 ( #4 Rick Brown ) @ 3:33

    4-2 ATL #10 Lucas Hannigan 5 ( # 15 , #9 Joe Sturtevant ) @ 13:04

    Penalties

    CAR #26 Pete Mathieau 2 Hook @ 4:20

    Goalies : Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 25 shots, 23 saves ) : Atlantic Dan Morgan ( 20 shots , 16 saves )

    Team Records

    Carter’s 13-6-1 27 points: Atlantic 12-7-1 25 points

  96. BH Milliken vs SMCC

    BH Milliken jumped out to a 3-0 lead after 1 on goals by Ben Daigle, #0 and John Harvey…

    #3 for SMCC would score @ the 1:55 mark in the 2nd but less than a min. later Daigle would strike again…Shawn Grover would cut the lead to 2 but #0 would tally at the 11:53 mark to give BH Milliken a 5-2 lead after 2…

    Grover would strike again 1:14 into the 3rd but just 2 mins. later #0 would strike again…SMCC would give Milliken a scare as #3 tallied his 2nd and Ken Anctil scored to cut the lead to 1…But Daigle would dash any hopes of a comeback as he would strike twice in a 3 min. span and Andy Souza would score with 2 sec. left to account the 9-5 final…

    Box Score:

    BH Milliken 9 SMCC 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 12 ( #0 ) @ 2:00

    2-0 BH #0 3 ( #1 Drew Payne , # 88 Ben Daigle ) @ 8:29

    3-0 BH # 8 John Harvey 6 ( #49 Andy Souza , # 24 Scott Libby ) @ 10:26

    Penalties

    SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 2 High-Stick @ 6:30

    BH #0 2 Hood @ 12:14

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 SMCC #3 1 ( #8 Ken Anctil ) @ 1:45

    4-1 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 13 ( Mike Payne ) @ 2:30

    4-2 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 3 ( #6 Kyle Greenleaf , Lincoln Jordon) @ 5:59

    5-2 BH #0 4 ( # 8 John Harvey , #49 Andy Souza ) @ 11:53

    Penalties

    BH #1 Drew Payne 2 Rough @ 5:23

    BH #1 Drew Payne 10 Misconduct @ 5:23

    SMCC #10 2 Rough @ 5:23

    SMCC #10 2 Rough @ 5:23

    SMCC #10 10 Misconduct @ 5:23

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-3 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 4 ( # 7 Ryan Meaney ) @ 1:14

    6-3 BH #0 5 ( # 8 John Harvey , #1 Drew Payne ) @ 3:34

    6-4 SMCC # 3 2 ( Unassisted ) @ 3:49

    6-5 SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 3 ( #3 ) @ 7:58

    7-5 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 14 ( Unassisted ) @ 9:09 pp

    8-5 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 15 ( #0 ) @ 12:56

    9-5 BH #49 Andy Souza 10 ( # 8 John Harvey ) @ 13:58

    Penalties

    SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 2 Rough @ 8:49

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 17 shots, 12 saves) : SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 41 shots, 32 saves )

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 12-6-1 25 points: SMCC 5-13-1 11 points

  97. Hood vs Sebago

    The goalies dominated in the first period of this game as Julian Kaelin and Joe Foster kept both teams off of the board…

    Hood would open the scoring @ 3:46 of the 2nd with a power play marker when Stanley Sampson took a feed from Greg Meehan and wristed one past Kaelin…Hood would extend to lead to 2 @ the 10:49 mark when Dennis Weiglein tipped home a Dave Grisby shot…2-0 Hood after 2…

    Hood would open the game up in the 3rd with 5 unanswered goals… Grisby would blast home a shot from the point @ the 2:10 mark…Meehan would take a feed from Sampson and beat Kaelin over his glove @ the 2:57 mark…Chris Plummer would add the next two 1:22 seconds apart and Chris Huff would round out the scoring @ the 11:29 mark to account for the 7-0 final…

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 7 Sebago Brew 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 7 ( # 33 Greg Meehan , #17 Sean Drew ) @ 3:46 pp

    2-0 Hood #17 Dennis Weiglein 9 ( #14 Dave Grigsby ) @ 10:49

    Penalties

    SB #24 Brian Hamann 2 Trip @ 2:46

    3rd Period

    3-0 Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 6 ( #9 Chris Huff , # 33 Greg Meehan ) @ 2:10

    4-0 Hood # 33 Greg Meehan 6 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 2:57

    5-0 Hood # 11 Chris Plummer 9 ( #666 William Sampson , #39 Joe Foster ) @ 3:20

    6-0 Hood # 11 Chris Plummer 10 ( #7 Steve Gale, #14 Dave Grigsby ) @ 4:42

    7-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 19 ( # 33 Greg Meehan , # 5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 11:29

    Goalies : Hood Joe Foster ( 17 shots, 17 saves) : Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 35 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 15-2-2 32 points: Sebago Brew 11-8 22 points

  98. HVAC vs the Tradesman

    The Tradesman would strike first and score the only goal on the first period when Eric Brewer picked up a loose puck a blasted one past Chris Willey @ the 9:44 mark and a 1-0 lead after 1….

    The Tradesman would extend the lead to 2 when Brewer fired home a shot passed Willey @ the 2:15 mark of the 2nd…It looked like the period would end 2-0 but with just 2 seconds left in the period Harold Nataupsky took a pass from Charlie Elwell and roofed a backhander over the glove of Morgan to cut the lead in half…

    HVAC would tie the game @ 2 when Elwell banged home a rebound of a Mike Goodrich shot @ the 7:22 mark…HVAC would take the lead for good @ the 9:12 mark of the 3rd when Jim Duest blocked a shot came in on a break-away and slipped one past Morgan all while shorthanded…Elwell would take a feed from Goodrich and beat Morgan blocker side to to give HVAC a 4-2 lead… HVAC would make it 5-2 when Paul Miller one timed a pass from Rob Cambell @ the 11:35 mark…Noah Miner would round out the scoring with 31 seconds left as he took a pass from Brian Cherry and found the top self over Willey…Final HVAC 5-3…

    Box Score

    Final

    HVAC 5 Tradesman 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 3 ( Unassisted) @ 9:44

    Penalties

    None

    2nd period

    Goals

    TRA 2-0 #25 Eric Brewer 4 ( #0) @ 2:15

    HVAC 2-1 #12 Harold Nataupsky 16 ( #9 Charlie Elwell , #14 14 Mike Nataupsky ) @ 13:58 pp

    Penalties

    TRA # 24 Noah Miner 2 Hold @ 13:25

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 10 ( #18 Mike Goodrich , # 7 Justin Rice ) @ 7:22

    3-2 HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 7 ( Unassisted) @ 9:12 sh

    4-2 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 11 ( #18 Mike Goodrich ) @ 10:57

    5-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 11 ( # 11 Rob Cambell , #4 Dave Massarro ) @ 11:35

    5-3 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 7 ( #20 Brian Cherry ) @ 13:29

    Penalties

    HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 2 Body-Check @ 8:09

    Goalies: HVAC Chris Willey ( 15 shots, 12 saves ) : Tradesman: Dan Morgan ( 32 shots, 27 saves )

    Team Records

    HVAC 8-10-2 18 points: Tradesman 2-17-1 5 points

  99. Sebago vs. SMCC

    SMCC would jump out to a early lead 40 sec. in on a goal Shawn Grover…Less than a min. later Adam Tanguay would rifle home a shot to tie the game…SMCC would score at the 6:17 mark and 8:15 mark on goals by Scott Laliberte and #0 to give SMCC a 3-1 lead after 1…

    Tanguay would strike again 52 sec. into the 2nd as he converted on a nice pass from Nat Germond to pull Sebago within one…SMCC would score 4 unanswered goals to end the period with #0, #3, Ken Anctil and Ray Quattrucci would find the back of the net to give SMCC a 7-2 lead after 2…

    Tanguay would strike twice for Sebago in the 3rd as he ended up with 4 goals and Grover and Anctil would answer for SMCC to account for the 9-4 final…

    Box Score:

    SMCC 9 Sebago 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 5 ( #8 Ken Anctil ) @ :40

    1-1 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 24 ( Unassisted) @ 1:29

    2-1 SMCC # 5 Scott Laliberte 1 ( #6 Kyle Greenleaf , #3) @ 6:17

    3-1 SMCC #0 1 ( #3) @ 8:15

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 25 ( #37 Nat Germond , #8 Brian Johnson ) @ :52

    4-2 SMCC # 0 2 ( # 2 Shawn Grover ) @ 4:15

    5-2 SMCC # 3 3 ( Unassisted) @ 6:31

    6-2 SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 4 ( #1 Kyle Huber ) @ 10:54

    7-2 SMCC # 9 Ray Quattrucci 2 ( # 3) @ 12:46

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-3 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 26 ( # 20 Lars Sjulander ) @ :25

    8-3 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 6 ( #1 Kyle Huber ) @ 1:09

    8-4 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 27 ( #11 Dwight Doucette ) @ 4:29

    9-4 SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 5 ( # 5 Scott Laliberte ) @ 7:02

    Penalties

    SMCC # 5 Scott Laliberte 2 Hook @ 9:43

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 20 shots, 16 saves) : Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 29 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 6-13-1 13 points: Sebago Brew 11-9 22 points

  100. HOOD vs. BH Milliken

    In what would turn out to be one of the better games I have seen at USM HOOD on the board first when Dennis Weiglein took a pass from O’C and fired a shot past Mike Payne 53 sec. into the game… Weiglein would strike again at the 4:12 mark again converting a pass from O’C…Milliken would get one back with just over 1 min. left in the 1st when John Harvey would intercept a pass coming in alone on Joe Foster…

    Matt Martell would tie the game 3:46 into the 2nd as he slid home a shot off a nice feed from Ben Daigle…Just over a min. later Gabe Gumiond would pick up a loose puck and fire it into the back of the net 3-2 Milliken…

    It would set the stage for a wild last min. with 33 sec. left Stanley Sampson would bang home a loose puck to tie the game at 3…On the ensuing faceoff Daigle would take a feed from Martell and sneak one through Foster’s 5 hole…then all hell broke loose! If your wondering what I mean just look at the box score…

    Box Score:

    BH Milliken 4 Hood 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #17 Dennis Weiglein 10 ( #8 Mike Mantenuto , #7 Steve Gale ) @ :53

    2-0 Hood #17 Dennis Weiglein 11 ( #8 Mike Mantenuto ) @ 4:12

    2-1 BH # 8 John Harvey 7 ( Unassisted) @ 12:57

    Penalties

    Hood # 11 Chris Plummer 2 Rough @ 10:41

    BH #52 Graham Payne 2 Trip @ 11:47

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 BH #20 Matt Martell 19 ( # 88 Ben Daigle , Mike Payne ) @ 3:46

    3-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 17 ( Unassisted) @ 4:58

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Rough @ 9:50

    BH #69 Jim Skvorak 2 Slash @ 9:50

    BH #44 Ron Giroux 2 Trip @ 13:52

    3rd Period

    3-3 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 8 ( #0 Anthony Menario , #8 Mike Mantenuto ) @ 13:27 sh

    4-3 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 16 ( #20 Matt Martell ) @ 13:35 pp

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Rough @ 2:23

    Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson Trip @ 4:36

    BH #69 Jim Skvorak 2 Trip @ 8:14

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 Trip @ 12:08

    BH #20 Matt Martell 5 X-Check @ 14:00

    BH #20 Matt Martell 10 Game Miscnduct @ 14:00

    BH #20 Matt Martell 10 Double Game Misconduct @ 14:00

    Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 10 Game Misconduct @ 14:00

    Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 10 Double Game Misconduct @ 14:00

    Hood #17 Dennis Weiglein 5 X Check Intent to Injury @ 14:00

    Hood #17 #17 Dennis Weiglein 10 Gross Miscounduct @ 14:00

    Hood #17 Dennis Weiglein 10 Game Misconduct @ 14:00

    Hood #17 Dennis Weiglein 10 Double Game Misconduct @ 14:00

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 31 shots, 28 saves ) : Hood Joe Foster ( 20 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 13-6-1 27 points: Hood 15-3-2 32 points

  101. In what turned out to be a night of upsets # 6 upended #3 BH Milliken in the first game by the score of 2-1…

    Shawn Cohen turned aside all the shots he face in the first and Mike Goodrich connected for his 10 of the year off a nice feed from Harold Nataupsky fot the only tally in the first…

    Just 1:25 into 2nd Ben Daigle tipped home a nice feed from Gabe Gumiond tie to the score at 1…At the 9:58 mark Rob Cambell took a flip pass from Jim Duest deaked past a D man a slide a back-hand shot bast Mike Payne to put HVAC in the lead…

    In the 3rd Cohen stopped several grad A scoring chances to keep ensure that the 2-1 lead would stand up…Up Next for HVAC/ is a match-up with SMCC while BH Milliken will face off against Carter’s…

    Box Score

    Final

    HVAC 2 BH Milliken 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 10 ( #14 Mike Nataupsky , #12 Harold Nataupsky ) @ 12:58

    Penalties

    BH # 88 Ben Daigle 2 Trip @ 10:10

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 17 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond , #69 Jim Skvorak ) @ 1:25

    2-1 HVAC # 11 Rob Cambell 7 ( # 5 Jim Duest ) @ 9:48

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    HVAC #14 Mike Nataupsky 2 Interference @ 7:30

    HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 X-Check @ 11:40

    Goalies: HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 19 shots, 18 saves ) : BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 22 shots, 20 saves )

    Team Records

    HVAC 9-10-2 : BH Milliken 13-7-1

    HVAC moves on to play SMCC Tuesday March 24 @ 9:40: BH Milliken moves on to play Carter’s Thursday March 19 @ 9:40

  102. The next upset would see the #7 seed SMCC beat #2 seed Carter’s 6-3…

    Scott Laliberte would open the scoring @ the 4;59 mark of the first and Shawn Grover would extend the lead to 2 @ the 9:01 mark to stake SMCC out to a 2-0 lead…Troy Anctil would get one back for Carter’s on a beautiful goal when he would hold of a defender and with one hand rifle a back-hand shot past Lincoln Jordon to cut the lead in half before the 1st ended…

    The 2nd period belonged to SMCC as they would score 3 unanswered goals, Grover would strike again @ the 2:56 mark when he put a beautiful shot of Mike Rullo’s glove…#0 and Ken Anctil would round out the scoring in the 2nd for a 5-1 SMCC lead….

    Pete Mirehouse would get one back for Carter’s while shorthanded as he banged home a rebound of a Brad Beals shot to cut the lead to 5-2…SMCC would restore the 4 goals lead @ 6:36 when Ray Quattrucci found a loose puck a fired it pass Rullo…Carter’s would add a power play goal @ the 8:05 mark when Bob Babcock took a nice feed from Pete Mathieau and fire a shot past Jordon but the comeback would fall shot as SMCC would take the contest 6-3…

    Box Score

    SMCC 6 Carter’s 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC # 5 Scott Laliberte 2 ( # 0, # 2 Shawn Grover ) @ 4:59

    2-0 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 7 ( #10 ) @ 9:01

    2-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 20 ( #7 Brad Beals , #17 John Spring ) @ 10:03

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 8 ( Unassisted) @ 2:56

    4-1 SMCC #0 3 ( # 2 Shawn Grover ) @ 3:51

    5-1 SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 6 ( # 5 Scott Laliberte ) @ 10:46

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-2 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 9 ( #7 Brad Beals , #26 Pete Mathieau ) @ 2:12 sh

    6-2 SMCC # 9 Ray Quattrucci 3 ( #0) @ 6:36

    6-3 CAR #12 Bob Babcock 13 ( #26 Pete Mathieau ) @ 8:05 pp

    Penalties

    CAR #11 Brian Fish 2 Rough @ 1:41

    SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 2 Trip @ 3:22

    SMCC # 9 Ray Quattrucci 2 Rough @ 4:35

    SMCC # 5 Scott Laliberte 2 Rough @ 7:24

    SMCC #10 2 Trip @ 10:40

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 17 shots, 14 saves) : Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 21 shots, 15 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 7-13-1: Carter’s 13-7-1

    SMCC moves on to play HVAC Tuesday March 24 @ 9:40……Carter’s moves on to play BH Milliken Thursday March 19 @ 9:40…

  103. Tradesman vs Hood

    I didn’t think much could top the upsets we had on night one of the playoffs but again we had two more great games on Tuesday…

    It all started as planned as #1 seed Hood netted a goals @ the 1:30 mark of the 1st as Greg Meehan rifled home a shot off a nice feed from Jay Nadeau…But the Tradesman evened the score @ 1 when Noah Miner banged home a rebound of a Brad Burtasket shot @ the 4:58 mark…

    The only goal in the 2nd came @ the 10:23 mark when Steve Gale slipped one five hole on Dan Morgan off of a rebound of a Stanley Sampson shot…2-1 Hood after 2…

    Loren Blair would even the score just 8 seconds into the 3rd when off the face-off he blasted a shot that bounced up and over Joe Foster…As the game grew later and later it became apparent that the next shot was going to win the game but both Foster and Morgan made it tough….Then with 1:30 left in the game Blair took a rebound of a Roland Duquette off of the boards and flipped the puck over Foster for the GWG…3 games 3 upsets…

    Box Score

    Final

    Tradesman 3 Hood 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood # 33 Greg Meehan 7 ( #9 Jay Nadeau ) @ 1:30

    1-1 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 8 ( #18 Brad Burtasket , #26 Drew Mayo ) @ 4:58

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 Hood #7 Steve Gale 2 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson, #0 Anthony Menario ) @ 10:23

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 TRA # 22 Loren Blair 8 ( #21 ) @ :08

    3-2 TRA # 22 Loren Blair 9 ( #21 , # 4 Roland Duquette ) @ 12:30

    Penalties

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 X-Check @ :37

    Hood # 11 Chris Plummer 2 Slash @ 1:54

    Goalies: Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 29 shots, 27 saves) : Hood Joe Foster ( 20 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 3-17-1 : Hood 15-4-2

  104. Would Atlantic be the only higher seed to move on in the winner bracket???

    Well during the first two periods it looked like the would just roll over Sebago…

    Just 1:31 into the game #15 tipped home a nice feed from John Cushing to steak Atlantic to an early 1-0 lead…

    4:02 into the 2nd Cushing would take a pass from Mike Morlano and rifle a shot up and over Julian Kaelin to extend the lead to 2…Atlantic would strike again with just :22 seconds left in the 2nd when Cushing again beat Kaelin…Game over right, well not so fast…

    Sebago came out like a different team in the 3rd and were rewarded when Mike Pomerleau would sakte behind the net and find Gene St Cyr would would slip one five hole on Seth Libby…What I thought would be a back breaking goal @ the 6:04 mark was scored by #15 when he blocked a shot and came in alone on Kaelin and slip on five hole to give Atlantic their 3 goal lead back… Sebago didn’t give up though as while on a power play Nat Germond took a shot that bounced off of Lars Sjulander and into the net 4-2…With 3:38 left Dwight Doucette took a feed from Germond and beat Libby to cut the lead to 1…Libby would make the lead stand up and # 15 would add an ENG to send Atlantic to the winners bracket as the highest seed…

    Box Score

    Final

    Atlantic 5 Sebago Brew 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #15 5 ( # 7 John Cushing) @ 1:31

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 26 ( #14 Mike Morlano ) @ 4:02

    3-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 27 ( #13 Darren Thayer ) @ 13:38

    Penalties

    ATL #13 Darren Thayer 2 Hook @ :39

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 SB #22 Gene St Cyr 4 ( #91 Mike Pomerleau , #11 Dwight Doucette ) @ 4:45

    4-1 ATL #15 6 ( Unassisted) @ 6:04

    4-2 SB # 20 Lars Sjulander 2 ( #37 Nat Germond , #91 Mike Pomerleau ) @ 7:52 pp

    4-3 SB #11 Dwight Doucette 4 ( #37 Nat Germond , #91 Mike Pomerleau ) @ 10:22

    5-3 ATL #15 7 ( #9 Joe Sturtevant ) @ 13:10 en

    Penalties

    ATL #13 Darren Thayer 2 Trip @ 7:03

    Goalies: Atlantic Seth Libby ( 21 shots, 18 saves) : Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 30 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 13-7-1: Sebago Brew 11-10

  105. In the first elimination game of the year #1 Hood was playing #5 Sebago…

    Sebago would jump out to any early 1-0 lead 3:50 into the game when Scott Fitser took a pass from Adam Tanguay and wristed a shot past Joe Foster…Just 50 sec later Sean Drew took a nice feed from Mike Mantenuto and slipped a shot over the glove of Julian Kaelin to tie the score…@ the 6:58 mark Mantenuto banged home a rebound of a Dave Grigsby shot to give Hood a 2-1 lead after 1….

    Mantenuto would pick up a loose puck and beat Kaelin on a break-away 5:57 into the 2nd to give Hood a 3-1 lead…At the 8:24 mark Mantenuto would complete the hat-trick when he buried a nice feed from Drew…4-1 Hood after 2…

    Just :21 seconds into the 3rd it looked like Hood would put the game away as Drew took a pass from Stanley Sampson a beat Kaelin stick side for a 4 goal lead…Sebago would not go quietly into the night however as Tanguay would tally 14 seconds later on a drop pass from Jay Lachance….@ the 5:58 mark Tanguay would strike again as he took a pass from Fitser a rifled a shot over Foster’s glove to cut the lead to two…16 seconds later Mike Pomerleau would find the back of the net to cut the lead to one and it was anybody’s game…Chris Plummer would put the game away for Hood with 3:23 left as he banged home a rebound of a William Sampson shot for the 6-4 victory…I would like to thank Sebago for a great year, it was fun…

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 6 Sebago Brew 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #3 Scott Fitser 2 ( #9 Adam Tanguay ) @ 3:50

    1-1 Hood #17 Sean Drew 4 ( #8 Mike Mantenuto , # 5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 4:40

    2-1 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 29 ( #14 Dave Grigsby ) @ 6:58

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 30 ( Unassisted) @ 5:57

    4-1 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 31 ( #17 Sean Drew ) @ 8:24

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 Hood #17 Sean Drew 5 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson , #0 Anthony Menario ) @ :21

    5-2 SB #9 Adam Tanguay 28 ( #4 Jay Lachance , #12 Kevin Hopkins ) @ :35

    5-3 SB Adam Tanguay 29 ( #3 Scott Fitser , # 20 Lars Sjulander ) @ 5:58

    5-4 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 2 ( #37 Nat Germond , #22 Gene St Cyr ) @ 6:14

    6-4 Hood # 11 Chris Plummer 11 ( #666 William Sampson ) @ 10:27

    Penalties

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Hook @ 3:51

    SB #9 Adam Tanguay 2 Unsport @ 9:09

    Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 2 Unsport @ 9:09

    Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 10 Misconduct @ 9:09

    Hood #17 Sean Drew 2 Rough @ 9:17

    SB #24 Brian Hamann 2 Rough @ 9:17

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 29 shots, 25 saves ) : Sebago Brew ( 34 shots, 28 saves )

    Team Records

    Hood 16-4-2: Sebago Brew 11-11

  106. The Second elimination game was #2 seed Carter’s vs # 3 Seed BH Milliken…

    BH Milliken would strike first as Gabe Gumiond would tip home a Ben Daigle pass just 1:18 into the game for a 1-0 lead…Troy Anctil would tie it up @ the 7:47 mark when he took a feed from Kurt Fletcher a beat Mike Payne to tie the score…

    Carter’s would take a brief 2-1 lead when Anctil took a feed from Bob Babcock and rifle a shot that beat a screened Payne @ the 16 sec mark…The rest of the period pretty much belonged to Milliken as Daigle would tie the score @ 2 @ the 3:24 mark on a pass from Jim Skvorak…Dave Madsen would score his 1st goal of the year as he cut in from the point recived a pass from Andy Souza and blasted a shot that beat Mike Rullo just 1:06 later…Gumiond would extend the lead to 2 when he picked up a loose puck a let a scorching shot over Rullo glove @ the 6:44 mark…Milliken wasn’t done as Brian Siebert converted a pass from John Harvey to extend the lead to 3…Carter’s showed a little life as John Spring banged home a rebound of an Anctil shot with :26 seconds left in the period…5-3 BH Milliken

    Gumiond would get the hat-trick and put the game away @ the 7:59 mark as he found the back of the net of a Daigle pass…Final 6-3 BH Milliken…I would like to thank Carter’s for a great year, it was fun…

    Box Score

    Final

    BH Milliken 6 Carter’s 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 18 ( # 88 Ben Daigle , #7 Dave Madsen ) @ 1:18

    1-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 21 ( #3 Kurt Fletcher ) @ 7:47

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 22 ( #12 Bob Babcock ) @ :16

    2-2 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 18 ( #69 Jim Skvorak ) @ 3:24

    3-2 BH #7 Dave Madsen 1 ( #49 Andy Souza ) @ 4:30

    4-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 19 ( Unassisted) @ 6:44

    5-2 BH #25 Brian Siebert 5 ( # 8 John Harvey ) @ 12:10

    5-3 CAR #17 John Spring 13 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #12 Bob Babcock ) @ 13:34

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-3 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 20 ( # 88 Ben Daigle ) @ 7:59

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 12 shots, 9 saves) : Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 38 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 14-7-1: Carter’s 13-8-1

  107. Atlantic vs. Tradesman

    Atlantic struck first at the 7:36 mark when Lucas Hannigan banged home a rebound off a John Cushing shot…The Tradesman would tie it just over 3 mins. later when Drew Mayo ripped a point shot past Seth Libby to tie the game at 1…Atlantic would take the lead for good when Cushing took a feed from Mark Embury and beat Dan Morgan 2-1 after 1…

    Joe Sturtevant, #15 and Cushing would score the only goals in the 2nd to extend Atlantics lead to 4…

    Cushing would complete the hat trick and #15 would had his 2nd to account for the 7-1 final…Atlantic is one win away from playing in the championship game…

    Box Score:

    Atlantic 7 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #10 Lucas Hannigan 6 ( # 7 John Cushing ) @ 7:36

    1-1 TRA #26 Drew Mayo 3 ( # 24 Noah Miner ) @ 10:44

    2-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 28 ( #17 Mark Embury ) @ 12:55

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 5 ( #5 Jason Walker ) @ 1:13

    4-1 ATL # 15 8 ( # 7 John Cushing ) @ 7:46

    5-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 29 ( #15 ) @ 9:25

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 30 ( #15 , #14 Mike Morlano ) @ 4:03

    7-1 ATL #15 9 ( #14 Mike Morlano , # 7 John Cushing ) @ 9:58

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Seth Libby ( 17 shots, 16 saves) : Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 28 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 14-7-1: Tradesman 3-18-1

  108. SMCC vs. HVAC

    HVAC would score the first 2 goals of the game when Rob Campbell and Harold Nataupsky struck within the first 5 mins…Ray Quattrucci would pull SMCC within 1 at the 6:46 mark but Justin Rice would get the goal back for HVAC at the 10:09 mark…With 1:03 left in the period Shawn Grover would pull SMCC within 1…

    Grover would tie the game at the 1:18 mark but just over 2 mins. later Rice would strike again…4-3 HVAC…SMCC would score 5 unanswered goals 2 by Grover 1 by Quattrucci and 1 by Allan Ellison to give SMCC a 7-4 lead…Mike Nataupsky would slip a shot past Lincoln Jordan with 21 sec. left 7-5 after 2…

    Quattrucci and Scott Laliberte would score twice to give SMCC a 9-5 lead before Camball would make things interesting…Grover would add an ENG with 4 secs. left to account for the 10-6 final…The winner of the SMCC Atlantic game gets a birth in the championship game…

    Box Score:

    SMCC 10 HVAC 6

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC # 11 Rob Cambell 8 ( Unassisted) @ 1:59

    2-0 HVAC #12 Harold Nataupsky 17 ( #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 4:42

    2-1 SMCC # 9 Ray Quattrucci 4 ( #13 Allan Ellison , #1 Kyle Huber ) @ 6:46

    3-1 HVAC # 7 Justin Rice 3 ( # 5 Jim Duest , #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 10:09

    3-2 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 9 ( #13 Allan Ellison ) @ 12:57

    Penalties

    SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 2 Hook @ 13:50

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-3 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 10 ( # 5 Scott Laliberte ) @ 1:18 sh

    4-3 HVAC # 7 Justin Rice 4 ( #9 Charlie Elwell , # 5 Jim Duest ) @ 3:53

    4-4 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 11 ( # 5 Scott Laliberte ) @ 6:58

    5-4 SMCC # 9 Ray Quattrucci 5 ( Unassisted ) @ 8:30

    6-4 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 12 ( Unassisted) @ 10:48

    7-4 SMCC #13 Allan Ellison 2 ( #8 Ken Anctil ) @ 12:31

    7-5 HVAC #14 Mike Nataupsky 5 ( #2 Rob Mitchell ) @ 13:39

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    8-5 SMCC # 9 Ray Quattrucci 6 ( # 5 Scott Laliberte ) @ 9:16

    9-5 SMCC # 5 Scott Laliberte 3 ( Unassisted) @ 10:41

    9-6 HVAC # 11 Rob Cambell 9 ( Unassisted) @ 11:54

    10-6 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 13 ( #1 Kyle Huber ) @ 13:56 en

    Penalties

    HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 2 Hook @ 3:00

    HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 2 Rough @ 6:02

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 24 shots, 18 saves) : HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 30 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 8-13-1: HVAC 9:11-2

  109. Hood vs HVAC

    I what turned out to be a classic game #1 seed Hood squeaked by # 6 seed HVAC…

    HVAC would tally first @ the 5:11 mark on a beautiful passing play from Dave Marssarro, to Paul Miller to Rob Cambell the back of the net…1:27 sec later Mike Mantenuto took a feed from Dennis Weiglein and fired a shot that beat Shawn Cohen short-side…1-1 after 1…

    The only goal of the 2nd belonged to HVAC as Mike Nataupsky took the puck the length of the ice a feed a open Charlie Elwell @ the 10:40 mark to give HVAC a 2-1 lead after 2…

    1:52 into the 3rd Chris Plummer ripped home a bouncing puck to tie the game @ 2…Joe Foster and Cohen would make that 2-2 score stand up making big save after big save and both teams played great D so the game went into OT…HVAC had a power play but were unable to convert and we headed to a shoot-out( which sucks to decided a playoff game) and Chris Huff scored the only goal in the shoot-out to move Hood into the Championship round…A game for the ages boys, it was a pleasure to do…

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 3 HVAC 2 in a shoot-out

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC # 11 Rob Cambell 10 ( #8 Paul Miller , #4 Dave Massarro ) @ 5:11

    1-1 Hood #8 Mike Mantenuto 32 ( #17 Dennis Weiglein ) @ 6:38

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 12 ( #14 Mike Nataupsky ) @ 10:40

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Rough @ 7:29

    HVAC #14 Mike Nataupsky 2 Interference @ 13:23

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 Hood # 11 Chris Plummer 12 ( #17 Dennis Weiglein ) @ 1:52

    Penalties

    HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 2 Trip @ 8:49

    OT

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 Rough @ 2:18

    Hood wins shoot-out 2-0

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 17 shots, 15 saves) : HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 18 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 17-4-2 : HVAC 9-11-3

  110. Not to be out done was # 3 Seed BH Milliken vs # 8 Seed Tradesman…

    The Tradesman jumped on Milliken early :58 sec to be exact as #21 took a feed from Drew Mayo and slid a back-hand shot past Mike Payne…@ the 8:53 mark Mayo took a long feed from Eric Brewer and came in on a break-away and ripped a shot over the glove of Payne…2-0 after 1…

    BH Milliken dominated the 2nd as Ron Giroux banged home a loose puck @ the 6:25 mark…Gabe Gumiond took a break-out pass from Giroux a rifled a shot over Dan Morgan Glove to even the score @ 9:08…Andy Souza took a feed from Matt Martell and beat Morgan to give Milliken the lead @ the 11:10 mark…Ben Daigle would expand the lead to two as he again to a feed from Giroux and beat Morgan…4-2 Milliken after 2…

    The Tradesman wouldn’t go quietly as Brewer tipped home a beautiful pass from #21 @ the 1:17 mark of the 3rd…With just over 7 minutes left Souza would net his second as he took a feed from Brian Siebert and restored Milliken 2 goal lead…With 54 sec left Roland Duquette tipped home a shot by Brewer to cut the lead to 1…The Tradesman had a grad A chance to tie the game in the dying sec but the shot just missed the net…BH Milliken moves on to play Hood in the Championship round…

    Box Score

    Final

    BH Milliken 5 Tradesman 4

    1st Period

    1-0 TRA #21 1 ( #26 Drew Mayo , #25 Eric Brewer ) @ :58

    2-0 TRA #26 Drew Mayo 4 ( #25 Eric Brewer ) @ 8:53

    Penalties

    TRA # 11 Pete Toohey 2 X-Check @ 3:28

    BH #1 Drew Payne 2 Hook @ 4:52

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 BH #44 Ron Giroux 9 ( Unassisted) @ 6:25

    2-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 21 ( #44 Ron Giroux , Mike Payne ) @ 9:08

    3-2 BH #49 Andy Souza 11 ( #20 Matt Martell ) @ 11:10

    4-2 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 19 ( #44 Ron Giroux , #69 Jim Skvorak ) @ 12:38

    Penalties

    BH # 88 Ben Daigle 2 X-Check @ 6:25

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 5 ( # 21) @ 1:17

    5-3 BH #49 Andy Souza 12 ( #25 Brian Siebert , #44 Ron Giroux ) @ 6:53

    5-4 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 14 ( #21 , #25 Eric Brewer) @ 13:06

    Penalties

    BH # 88 Ben Daigle 2 Charge @ 7:40

    TRA # 11 Pete Toohey 2 Interference @ 10:48

    BH #20 Matt Martell 2 Rough @ 12:28

    TRA #26 Drew Mayo 5 Major-Rough @ 12:28

    TRA #26 Drew Mayo 10 Game Misconduct @ 12:28

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 16 shots, 12 saves): Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 31 saves , 26 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 15-7-1: Tradesman 3-19-1

  111. SMCC and Atlantic meet with a bid to the Championship game on the line and it was all SMCC…

    Ken Anctil would bang home a rebound of a Kyle Huber shot on the power play to give SMCC the lead @ the 7:51 mark…Kyle Greenleaf tipped home a Scott Laliberte shot @ the 10:57 mark to give SMCC a 2-0 lead after 1…

    there was no scoring in the 2nd but Mike Sarrazin struck @ the 2:39 of the 3rd mark to extend the lead to 3…Shawn Grover would tally twice within a minute span to account for the 5-0 final…SMCC heads to the Championship game while Atlantic will play the winner of the grudge match between BH Milliken/Hood…

    Box Score

    Final

    SMCC 5 Atlantic 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 7 ( #1 Kyle Huber , # 9 Ray Quattrucci ) @ 7:51 pp

    2-0 SMCC #6 Kyle Greenleaf 1 ( # 5 Scott Laliberte , # 2 Shawn Grover ) @ 10:57

    Penalties

    ATL #5 Jason Walker 2 Trip @ 6:27

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    ATL # 15 2 Trip @ 1:02

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-0 SMCC #11 Mike Sarrazin 2 ( # 7 Ryan Meaney , # 2 Shawn Grover ) @ 2:39

    4-0 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 14 ( #1 Kyle Huber ) @ 3:22

    5-0 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 15 ( # 5 Scott Laliberte , # 9 Ray Quattrucci ) @ 4:17

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 11 shots, 11 saves): Atlantic: Seth Libby ( 27 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 9-13-1 : Atlantic 14-8-1

  112. Hood vs BH Milliken

    Turned out to be a classic game, a goaltenders duel and just one of the best Men’s league games…

    Mike Payne and Joe Foster kept the game scoreless until 3:58 into the 2nd when Ben Daigle picked up a loss puck and rifled a shot over Foster to give BH Milliken a shot lived lead…Steve Gale took a nice feed from Mike Mantenuto and tied the game less than two minutes later…

    The 3rd period was hard fought and well contested but nobody was able to break the deadlock…

    Diagle would score the winner when he picked up a rebound of a Gabe Gumiond shot and lifted the shot over Foster with 1:18 left in OT…

    Box Score

    Final

    BH Milliken 2 Hood 1 in ot

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 20 ( Unassisted) @ 3:58

    1-1 Hood #7 Steve Gale 3 ( #8 Mike Mantenuto ) @ 5:01

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Rough @ 13:16

    BH # 24 Scott Libby 2 Hook @ 13:33

    3rd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    OT

    Goals

    2-1 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 21 ( #20 Matt Martell , # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 3:42

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 25 saves, 24 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 24 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 16-7-1: Hood 17-5-2

  113. BH Milliken vs Atlantic

    In a game with the winner playing SMCC for the Championship BH Milliken continued to roll…

    Gabe Gumiond would strike twice in the first period just over 5 minutes apart to give Milliken a 2-0 lead after 1…

    BH Milliken would score the only two goals of the 2nd as Matt Martell would take a feed from Gumiond and rifle one past Seth Libby to make it 3-0…With just 6 sec left in the 2nd Gumiond would get the hat trick of a nice feed from Daigle…4-0 after 2…

    In the 3rd Daigle and Martell would strike 34 sec apart to complete to scoring to give BH Milliken a 6-0 victory and a shot @ SMCC in the championship game…

    Box Score

    Final

    BH Milliken 6 Atlantic 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 22 ( # 88 Ben Daigle , # 24 Scott Libby ) @ 3:32

    2-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 23 ( Unassisted) @ 8:43

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 BH #20 Matt Martell 20 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond , # 88 Ben Daigle ) @ 13:18

    4-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 24 ( #20 Matt Martell , # 88 Ben Daigle ) @ 13:54

    Penalties

    BH #44 Ron Giroux 2 Trip @ 5:07

    ATL #13 Darren Thayer 2 Interference @ 5:54

    ATL #5 Jason Walker 2 Trip @ 6:09

    3rd Period

    5-0 BH # 88 Ben Daigle 22 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 4:02

    6-0 BH #20 Matt Martell 21 ( Unassisted) @ 4:36

    Penalties

    BH #7 Dave Madsen 2 X-Check @ 7:26

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 8 shots, 8 saves) : Atlantic Seth Libby ( 34 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 17-7-1: Atlantic 14-9-1

  114. The Championship Game SMCC vs BH Milliken

    It was a close game for the first period…At the 7:57 mark Dave Madsen took a feed from Jim Skvorak a rifled a shot over Lincoln Jordon shoulder to give Milliken a 1-0 lead…Shawn Grover would tie it up @ the 11:38 mark as he picked up a loose puck and beat Mike Payne on a break-away…1-1 after 1…

    BH Milliken would start to pull away in the 2nd as Gabe Gumiond would strike twice in the first 5 minutes: one on a nice tip and the other on a rifle on Jordon’s glove both goals were assisted by Scott Libby…3-1 after 1…

    Matt Martell would find the back of the net twice once short-handed to extend the lead to 6-1 before Skvorak would complete to scoring for a 7-1 final…

    Congrats to BH Milliken for the title!!!

    Box Score

    Final

    BH Millliken 6 SMCC 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #7 Dave Madsen 2 ( #69 Jim Skvorak , #49 Andy Souza ) @ 7:57

    1-1 SMCC # 2 Shawn Grover 16 ( Unassisted) @ 11:38

    Penalties

    SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 2 Interference @ 9:07

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 24 ( # 24 Scott Libby ) @ 1:01

    3-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 25 ( # 24 Scott Libby ) @ 4:45

    Penalties

    BH # 8 John Harvey 2 Hook @ 7:10

    SMCC #8 Ken Anctil 2 Trip @ 12:23

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 BH #20 Matt Martell 22 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond , # 88 Ben Daigle ) @ 5:11

    5-1 BH #20 Matt Martell 23 ( Unassisted) @ 8:15 sh

    6-1 BH #69 Jim Skvorak 2 ( Unassisted) @ 11:35

    Penalties

    BH #44 Ron Giroux 2 X-Check @ :24

    BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 2 Board @ 7:05

    BH #20 Matt Martell 2 Rough @ 14:00

    SMCC # 5 Scott Laliberte 2 Rough @ 14:00

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 21 shots, 20 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 24 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 18-7-1: SMCC 9-14-1

  115. The first game of the Summer had HOOD battling Sebago…It could of been Chris Huff night as he potted 4G and dished off 2A…

    Huff scored 2 goals for HOOD to put them up for good…Gabe Gumiond would add a PP goal and it was 2-1 after one…

    Huff, Kevin Colangelo and Andy Slefinger would tally in the 2nd to give HOOD a 5-2 lead after 2…

    Sebago tried to stage a comeback when Kevin Hopkins and Gumiond pulled Sebago within one goal but with just 3 mins left Huff would stick the dagger in Sebago by blasting a shot pass Dan Morgan…

    Score

    Hood 7 Sebago Brew 5

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 1 ( #666 William Sampson ) @ 3:06

    2-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 ( Unassisted) @ 9:12

    2-1 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 1 ( #0 Mary Vaughn) @ 12:28 pp

    Penalties

    Hood #8 Jay Nadeau 2 X-Check @ 9:54

    2nd Period

    3-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 3 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 3:30

    4-1 Hood 4 Kevin Colangelo 1 ( #9 Chris Huff ) @ 9:22

    4-2 SB # 1 1 ( #9 Chris Roop, #37 Alex Dhams) @ 12:29

    5-2 Hood #7 Andy Slefinger 1 ( #9 Chris Huff , #39 Joe Foster) @ 13:26

    Penalties

    None

    5-3 SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 1 ( Unassisted) @ 1:15

    5-4 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 2 ( #37 Alex Dhams , #9 Chris Roop ) @ 7:06 pp

    6-4 Hood #9 Chris Huff 4 ( Unassisted) @ 10:55

    7-4 Hood #7 Andy Slefinger 2 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson , 4 Kevin Colangelo ) @ 11:15

    7-5 SB #8 Brian Johnson 1 ( #22 Gabe Gumiond , #22 Gene St Cyr ) @ 12:29

    Penalties

    Hood Dave Grisby 2 Hold @ 5:45

    SB #0 Mary Vaughn 2 High-Stick @ 11:23

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Trip @ 11:45

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 16 shots, 11 saves): SB Dan Morgan ( 32 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 1-0 2 points: Seabgo Brew 0-1 0 points

  116. The Old Boars got off to a flying start by scoring 3 goals in each period in defeating Hood 9-2…

    Jace Trickey and Neil Higgins would both add 5 points for the Boars while Stanley Sampson was the only multiple point getter for Hood adding a goal and a assist…

    I will be able to get more in depth with the recaps as soon as I get names with numbers…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 9 Hood 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OB #16 Jace Trickey ( #4) @ 2:15

    2-0 OB # 8 ( Unassisted) @ 4:28

    2-1 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 1 ( #17 Sean Drew) @ 7:18

    3-1 OB #10 Neil Higgins ( #16 #16 Jace Trickey , # 4) @ 8:45

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-1 OB #2 ( #0, #10 Neil Higgins) @ 3:38

    5-1 OB #8 ( #4, #16 Jace Trickey) @ 9:38

    6-1 OB #0 (Unassisted) @ 12:25

    Penalties

    Hood #17 Sean Drew 2 Hook @ 7:27

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-1 OB #10 Neil Higgins ( #4 , #16 Jace Trickey ) @ 1:21

    7-2 Hood #9 Chris Huff 5 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 7:25

    8-2 OB #2 ( #0) @ 9:10 pp

    9-2 OB #10 Neil Higgins ( Unassisted) @ 11:24

    Penalties

    OB # 2 2 Hold @ 3:16

    Hood #14 Dave Grisby 2 High-Stick @ 8:17

    Hood #11 Chris Plummer 2 Hold @ 14:00

    OB # 2 10 misconduct @ 14:00

    Goalies: OB ( 11 shots, 9 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 28 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 1-0 2 points: Hood 1-1 2 points

  117. The Old Boars improved to 2-0 on the season defeating Sebago ( 0-2) 5-1 last night…

    Don Robinson would start the scoring for the Boars as he took a feed from Scott Fournier a slid a back-hander past Dan Morgan…Sebago would tie it @ 1 when Matt Caldwell would make a nice feed to Nat Germond would would slide the puck under Mark Airoldi…But the Boars would go back on top for good when Neil Higgins hopped on a loose puck in front of Morgan and beat the buzzer to give the Bors a 2-1 lead after 1…

    The 2nd period had back and forth action and both goalies stopped everything until the 11:58 mark when DJ Robinson picked up a loose puck and put a back-hander that squeezed under Morgan arm…The Blitzkrieg was on as Higgins would add his 2nd goal on a nice give an go with Brent Sirois and balsted one past Morgan…On the ensuing face-off Kevin Airoldi won the face-off and beat 2 D man an refiled a shot over the glove of Morgan…There would be No Scoring in the 3rd accounting for the 5-1 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 5 Sebago Brew 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OB #8 Don Robinson 1 ( #12 Scott Fournier) @ 4:48

    1-1 SB #37 Nat Germond 1 ( #13 Matt Caldwell) @ 13:00

    2-1 OB #10 Neil Higgins 1 ( #12 Scott Fournier , #16 Steve Weber ) @ 13:56

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 OB #22 DJ Robinson 1 ( Unassisted) @ 11:58

    4-1 OB #10 Neil Higgins 2 ( #34 Brent Sirois) @ 13:20

    5-1 OB #9 Kevin Airoldi 1 ( Unassisted) @ 13:53

    Penalties

    OB #8 Don Robinson 2 Hook @ 6:17

    3rd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    OB #10 Neil Higgins 2 Hold @ 6:32

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 Rough @ 8:10

    SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 4 Rough @ 10:04

    OB #10 Neil Higgins 2 Rough @ 10:04

    Goalies: OB Mark Airoldi ( 12 shots, 11 saves): SB Dan Morgan ( 32 shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 2-0 4 points: Sebago Brew 0-2 0 points

  118. Sebago picked up it’s first win of the season by defeating a short-handed Hood squad last night…

    The first period belonged to the goalie’s: Chris Baba and Dan Morgan…

    The only tally in the 2nd period belonged to Hood and Stanley Sampson who took a nice feed from Matt Coro and beat Morgan stick side on a break-away…

    It looked like the shorthanded Hood squad would hold on in the 3rd but just minutes after Sampson rang one of the cross-bar: Sebago would strike…Mary Vaughn took a beautiful pass Mike Pomerleau and buried a shot past Baba to tie the score…With just over 4 minutes left Gabe Gumiond would give Sebago the lead as he took a feed from Vaughn and flipped a shot over the fallen Baba 2-1 SB…Vaughn would add another tally off a face-off as Chris Roop won the Draw, Gumiond rang on of the pipe and Vaughn put the puck into the empty net…Gumiond would round out the scoring with a power play goal as he took a nice pass from Vaughn and beat Baba five-hole on a break-away…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 4 Hood 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    Hood #33 Greg Meehan 2 Trip @ 7:15

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 2 ( #11 Matt Coro) @ 2:29

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SB ## 0 Mary Vaughn 0 Mary Vaughn 1 ( #91 Mike Pomerleau , #9 Chris Roop ) @ 6:49

    2-1 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 3 ( # 0 Mary Vaughn ) @ 9:41

    3-1 SB # 0 Mary Vaughn 2 ( #22 Gabe Gumiond , #9 Chris Roop ) @ 11:39

    4-1 SB SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 4 ( # 0 Mary Vaughn ) @ 12:58 pp

    Penalties

    SB # 0 Mary Vaughn 2 X-Check @ 9:59

    Hood #17 Sean Drew 2 Trip @ 11:46

    Goalies: Sebago Brew Dan Morgan ( 19 shots, 18 saves): Hood Chris Baba ( 25 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 1-2 2 points: Hood 1-2 2 points

  119. The Boars would tally twice in each period to down Sebago Brew and stay undefeated at 3-0: Sebago dropped to 1-3…

    Steve Weber would open the scoring as he would take a feed from Scott Fournier to open the scoring @ 4:59 mark of the first…Just over half-way though the period Fournier would take a beautiful pass from Kevin Airoldi and rifle a shot pass Dan Morgan to give the boars a 2 goals lead after 1…

    In the 2nd it would be the Don Robinson and Weber show as they would both tally less than 1 minute apart to extend the lead to 4…They both goal the lone assist on the other goal…

    K. Airoldi would score the prettiest goals of the night and it would come shorthanded 4:16 into the 3rd as he would take the puck end-to end and rifle a shot past Morgan…Just over a minute later Fournier would add his 2nd of the game as he corralled a nice pass from Brent Sirios and beat Morgan to round out the scoring…Mark Airoldi was stellar in net kicking aside all 18 shots he faced… Morgan was also strong again for Sebago making 26 saves…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 6 Sebago Brew 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 1 ( #12 Scott Fournier) @ 4:59

    2-0 OB #12 Scott Fournier 1 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi , #34 Brent Sirois ) @ 7:28

    Penalties

    OB #16 Steve Weber 2 Rough @ 10:45

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 OB #8 Don Robinson 2 ( #16 Steve Weber ) @ 8:26

    4-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 2 ( #8 Don Robinson ) @ 9:08

    Penalties

    SB #0 Mary Vaughn 2 High-Stick

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-0 OB #9 Kevin Airoldi 2 ( Unassisted) @ 4:16 sh

    6-0 OB #12 Scott Fournier 2 ( #34 Brent Sirois ) @ 5:19

    Penalties

    OB #34 Brent Sirois 2 Hold Stick @ 3:30

    OB #34 Brent Sirois 2 Rough @ 14:00

    Goalies Mark Airoldi ( 18 shots, 18 saves) : Sebago Brew Dan Morgan ( 32 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 3-0 6 points: Sebago Brew 1-3 2 points

  120. The Boars recorded their 2nd shut-out in a row and tallied five more times to Thursday night to improve to 4-0…The Victims: Hood fell to 1-3…

    The only goal in the first period was tallied by DJ Robinson as he took a nice pass from Kevin Airoldi and beat Joe Foster high stick side…

    Robinson struck again 5:36 into the 2nd when he rifled home a pass from K. Airoldi on the power play to extend the lead to 2…Bobby Goulet would take a pass from Robinson and put one high stick side @ the 7:30 mark to give the Boars a 3-0 lead after 2…

    Scott Fournier would add two goals in the 3rd period to round out the scoring…The first @ the 4:05 mark with an assist going to Brent Sirios, the 2nd with 1 minute to go with assist going to Jace Trickey and K.Airoldi…M.Airoldi Kicked aside all 14 shots he faced and Foster was spectacular in net kicking aside 32 shots…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 5 Hood 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OB #22 DJ Robinson 2 ( #9 Kevin Airold ) @ 7:07

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 OB #22 DJ Robinson 3 ( #9 Kevin Airold , #34 Brent Sirois ) @ 5:36 pp

    3-0 OB #6 Bob Goulet 1 ( #22 DJ Robinson ) @ 7:30

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Board @ 3:45

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-0 OB #12 Scott Fournier 3 ( #34 Brent Sirois ) @ 4:05

    5-0 OB #12 Scott Fournier 4 ( #14 Jace Trickey , #9 Kevin Airoldi ) @ 13:00

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Trip @ 9:59

    Goalies: Boars Mark Airoldi ( 14 shots, 14 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 37 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 4-0 8 points: Hood 1-3 2 points

  121. In what proved to be the most exciting game this summer Sebago ( 2-3) beat Hood ( 1-3-1) 6-5 in a shoot-out…

    Hood would get on the board first as Kevin Boyce would tip home a beautiful pass from Stanley Sampson @ the 7:04 mark..Just Over a minute later Gabe Gumiond would tie the score off a nice feed from Nat Germond…On the ensuing face-off Garrett Plummer would bank home a shot from an impossible angle to give Hood back a 1 goal lead…Alex Dhams would return the favor 2 minutes later as he banked one home from behind the net…Gumiond would round out the scoring in the first when he took a feed from Arty Mclean and blasted a shot past Joe Foster: 3-2 SB after 1…

    Hood would tie the score up 1:47 into the 2nd when a determined fore-check from Chris Plummer caused a turnover and Sean Drew would capitalized as he rifled one past Dan Morgan…Ben Townsend would put Sebago back on top as he banged home a pass from Gumiond…Chris Roop would give Sebago a two goal lead as a pass from Brian Johnson spang him on a break-away and he silde one past Foster…5-3 SB after 2…

    It appeared the lead would hold up but Hood stuck for two late goals: first Boyce took a beautiful break-out pass from Jeff Johnson and snuck one past Morgan…26 seconds later Hood would tie it up as Johnson would make a pretty tip off a Greeg Meehan point shot up and over Morgan’s glove to tie the score…

    The first shoot-out of the summer wouldn’t take long to decided as Roop and Gumiond both beat Foster while Morgan stopped both shots his way…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago 6 Hood 5 in a shoot-out

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 1 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 7:04

    1-1 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 5 ( #37 Nat Germond ) @ 8:41

    2-1 Hood #12 Garrett Plummer 1 ( Unassisted) @ 9:17

    2-2 SB #37 Alex Dhams 1 ( #9 Chris Roop ) @ 11:48

    3-2 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 6 ( #1 Arty Mclean ) @ 13:28

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    3-3 Hood #17 Sean Drew 1 ( #11 Chris Plummer ) @ 1:47

    4-3 SB #0 Ben Townsend 1 ( #22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 10:48

    5-3 SB #9 Chris Roop 1 ( #8 Brian Johnson , #37 Nat Germond ) @ 13:51

    Penalties

    SB #0 Mary Vaughn 2 Rough @ 3:30

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-4 Hood Kevin Boyce 2 ( #7 Jeff Johnson ) @ 9:22

    5-5 Hood #7 Jeff Johnson 1 ( #33 Greg Meehan ) @ 9:48

    Penalties

    SB #37 Alex Dhams 2 Trip @ 8:26

    SB #9 Chris Roop 2 Rough @ 13:41

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Check @ 13:41

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Rough # 13:41

    GWG SO Goal SB #9 Chris Roop: SB wins Shoot-out 2-0

    Goalies: SB Dan Morgan ( 33 shots, 28 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 25 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago 2-3 4 points: Hood 1-3-1 3 points

  122. The Boars improved to 5-0 with a 10-0 defeat over Hood ( 1-4-1) on Thursday night: The Boars have only given up 3 goals in 5 games…

    The game was tight for the first 10 minutes but then the doors fell off for Hood…Jace Trickey would take a feed from Kevin Airoldi and back-hand one past Joe Foster for a 1-0 lead…Don Robinson would tally twice in less than a minute with assist on both goals going to Trickey and K. Airoldi as the Boars would tally 3 times in the last 4 minutes of the first for a 3-0 after 1…

    Neil Higgins would take a beautiful beark-oy pass from Bob Goulet and beat Foster on a break-away with a backhander to make it 4-0…Steve Weber would rifle home a shot off a feed from Jim McCloud and Brent sirios would tally to give the Boars a 6-0 lead after 2…

    Weber, Higgins, Don Robinson and Scott Fournier would tally in the 3rd to round out the 10-0 final…Don Robinson would get the hat-trick while Mark Airoldi would tally his 3rd shut-out in a row…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 10 Hood 0

    1st Period

    1-0 OB #14 Jace Trickey 1 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi ) @ 10:47

    2-0 OB #8 Don Robinson 3 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi , #14 Jace Trickey ) @ 11:47

    3-0 OB #8 Don Robinson 4 ( #14 Jace Trickey , #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 12:43

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 OB #10 Neil Higgins 3 ( #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 1:20

    5-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 3 ( #16 Jim MacLeod , #6 Bob Goulet) @ 7:14

    6-0 OB #34 Brent Sirois 1 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi , #22 DJ Robinson ) @ 12:49

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 4 ( #12 Scott Fournier , #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 1:44

    8-0 OB #9 Kevin Airoldi 3 ( #34 Brent Sirois ) @ 7:22

    9-0 OB #8 Don Robinson 5 ( #34 Brent Sirois , #22 DJ Robinson ) @ 8:34

    10-0 OB #12 Scott Fournier 5 ( #10 Neil Higgins , #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 10:24

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies OB Mark Airoldi ( 18 shots, 18 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 38 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 5-0 10 points: Hood 1-4-1 3 points

  123. The Boars improved to 6-0 with a 10-2 defeat of Sebago (2-4) on Sunday night…Scott Fournier had 3G and 5A and Steve Weber chipped in 4G 1A…

    The Boars tallied half-way though the 1st as Weber took a pass from Fournier and rifled one past Dan Morgan…Fournier would bang one home less than two minutes later as the Boars made it 2-0 after 1…

    Weber would tally twice in the first minute of the 2nd once on the PP and than :30 seconds later Fournier would go end-to end and in a blink of an eye it was 5-0….Weber would finish off the scoring as he would slip one past Morgan stick side: 6-0 after 2…

    After Kevin Airoldi made it 7-0 the only drama left was if the Boars would get their 4th shut-out in a row but it was not to be as Chris Roop rifled one stick side on M.Airoldi…BoB Goulet would tally twice to make it 9-1 but Roop again banged home a rebound of a Alex dhams shot to make it 9-2…K.Airoldi would round out the scoring @ the 7:09 mark…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 10 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 5 ( #12 Scott Fournier , #9 Kevin Airoldi ) @ 7:22

    2-0 OB #12 Scott Fournier 6 ( #8 Don Robinson) @ 9:05

    Penalties

    SB #9 Chris Roop 2 X-Check @! 3:59

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 Trip @ 12:56

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 6 ( #12 Scott Fournier , #6 Bob Goulet ) @ :27 pp

    4-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 7 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi ) @ 1:09

    5-0 OB #12 Scott Fournier 7 ( Unassisted) @ 1:57

    6-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 8 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi , #12 Scott Fournier ) @ 4:50

    Penalties

    OB #12 Scott Fournier 2 Hook @ 11:10

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-0 OB #9 Kevin Airoldi 4 ( #8 Don Robinson ) @ 2:11

    7-1 SB #9 Chris Roop 2 ( #37 Alex Dhams ) @ 2:44

    8-1 OB #6 Bob Goulet 2 ( #12 Scott Fournier) @3:20

    9-1 OB #12 Scott Fournier 8 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi , #16 Steve Weber ) @ 4:02

    9-2 SB #9 Chris Roop 3 ( #37 Alex Dhams , #37 Nat Germond ) @ 6:21

    10-2 OB Kevin Airoldi 5 ( #6 Bob Goulet , #12 Scott Fournier) @ 7:09

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: OB Mark Airoldi ( 21 shots, 19 saves): SB Dan Morgan ( 38 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 6-0 12 points: Sebago Brew 2-4 4 points

  124. Sebago came from a goals behind twice Thursday night as they defeated Sebago 6-5 to improve to 3-4 while Hood feel to 1-5-1…

    Sebago would get on the board first when Gabe Gumiond took a break-out pass and rifled a shot past Joe Foster to give Sebago a 1-0 lead….Hood would tie it up with less the a minute to play in the 1st when Bobby Basinet took a nice feed from Greg Meehan and deposited the puck over Dan Morgan: 1-1 after 1…

    Gumiond would score :26 seconds into the 2nd as he beat Foster to give Sebago a 2-1 lead…Stanley Sampson would tie it up for Hood ad he banged home a rebound of a Kevin Boyce shot and just over a minute later Boyce would take a feed from S. Sampson and beat Morgan to give Hood a 3-2 lead…Gumiond would complete the hat-trick to round out the scoring in the 2nd as he picked up a loose puck and beat Foster on a break-away…

    Hood would take a 4-3 lead when Jeff Johnson would put a rebound of a William Sampson shot up and over Morgan’s glove…With just over 6 minutes left Alex Dhams would tie it up at 4 as he rifled home a feed from Chris Roop…Gene St Cyr would go end to end a slip a shot under Foster to give Sebago the lead for good with just over 4 minutes left…Dhams would expand the lead to 6-4 with his second goal of the game off a pass from Kevin Hopkins( 3A)…Scott Vogel would score on a shot-handed break-away to pull Hood within one but it was to little to late as Sebago held on for a 6-5 W…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 6 Hood 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 7 ( #1 Arty Mclean , #12 Kevin Hopkins ) @ 8:17

    1-1 Hood #2 Bobby Basinet 1 ( #33 Greg Meehan , #666 William Sampson ) @ 13:20

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 8 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins , #13 Matt Caldwell ) @ :26

    2-2 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 3 (#2 Bobby Basinet , #9 Kevin Boyce ) @ 5:18

    3-2 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 3 ( #2 Bobby Basinet , # 5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 6:50

    3-3 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 9 ( Unassisted) @ 8:23

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 Hood #7 Jeff Johnson 2 ( #666 William Sampson , #9 Kevin Boyce) @ 4:22

    4-4 SB #37 Alex Dhams 2 ( #9 Chris Roop , #22 Gene St Cyr ) @ 7:05

    5-4 SB #22 Gene St Cyr 1 (Unassisted) @ 9:37

    6-4 SB #37 Alex Dhams 3 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 10:56

    6-5 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 1 ( Unassisted) @ 12:32 sh

    Penalties

    Hood #2 Bobby Basinet 2 High-Stick @ 2:00

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Hold @ 5:25

    Hood #14 Dave Grisby 4 Rough @ 12:12

    SB #9 Chris Roop 2 Rough @ 12:12

    Goalies: SB Dan Morgan ( 29 Shots, 24 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 28 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 3-4 6 points: Hood 1-5-1 3 points

  125. The Boars improved to 7-0 with a 9-2 defeat of Hood on Sunday night…Hood fell to 1-6-1…

    Hood would get on the board first as Stanley Sampson would hop on a loose puck and fire a backhand shot up and over Mark Airoldi 25 seconds in…The rest of the period was all Boars though as Dave Horan would tie it of a feed from Kevin Airoldi to tie the game…The would jump on top for good when K.Airoldi took a feed from Brent Sirios and fired one past Joe Foster: 2-1…Dave Horan would finish off the first period hat-trick with two goals and K.Airoldi would also add one before the period ended for a 5-1 boars lead….

    Shawn Aullie would make it 6-1 2 minutes inot the 2nd as he took a pass from Horan and fired one past Foster…On the ensuing face-off Hood would get when back when Scott Vogel would win the face-off walk past the D and slip a shot past M.Airoldi….K.Airoldi would complete his hat-trick off a nice feed from Shawn Aullie to makr it 7-2 after 2…

    Dave Horan would tally twice in the 3rd for the Boars to round out the scoring: 9-2 Boars…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 9 Hood 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 4 ( Unassisted) @ :25

    1-1 OB #20 Dave Horan 1 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi ) @5:55

    2-1 OB #9 Kevin Airoldi 6 ( #34 Brent Sirois, #8 Shawn Aullie) @ 9:05

    3-1 OB #20 Dave Horan 2 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi , #8 Shawn Aullie) @ 10:41

    4-1 OB #9 Kevin Airoldi 7 ( #20 Dave Horan , #8 Shawn Aullie) @ 11:40

    5-1 OB #20 Dave Horan 3 ( Unassisted) @ 13:20

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-1 OB #8 Shawn Aullie 1 ( #20 Dave Horan, #0 Mark Airoldi) @ 2:47

    6-2 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 2 ( Unassisted) @ 3:14

    7-2 OB #9 Kevin Airoldi 8 (#8 Shawn Aullie , #34 Brent Sirois) @ 7:27

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    8-2 OB #20 Dave Horan 4 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi , #8 Shawn Aullie ) @ 11:17

    9-2 OB #20 Dave Horan 5 ( #14 Jace Trickey , #8 Shawn Aullie ) @ 12:15

    Penalties

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Trip @ 2:11

    OB #34 Brent Sirios 2 Hook @ 3:20

    Goalies: OB Mark Airoldi ( 24 shots, 22 saves) : Hood Joe Foster ( 35 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 7-0 14 points: Hood 1-6-1 3 points

  126. The Boars moved to 8-0 with a convincing 8-2 win over Sebago (3-5) Thursday night…

    It took over 8 minutes before the Boars struck then they broke open the game with 3 quick goals: Neil Higgins ripped a shot over Dan Morgan shoulder…Steve Weber took a feed from Bob Goulet and beat Morgan, and to round out the scoring from the first Jace Trickey slipped a shot past Morgan : 3-0 after 1…

    Sebago would cut the lead to 2 when Chris Roop took a beautiful feed from Alex Dhams and he slipped a shot behind Mark Airoldi….The Boars would get the goal back less than a minute later when Kevin Airoldi took a feed from Don Robinson and beat Morgan…The Boars again would strike for the quick goals to end a period: Higgins with his 2nd, Goulet and finally K.Airoldi with his 2nd to make the score 7-1 after 2…

    Weber would take a feed from Bob Goulet and rip a shot past Morgan to make it 8-1 but Sebago had no give up: Mary Vaughn would take a nice pass from Dhams and beat M.Airoldi on a power play to round out the scoring…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 8 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OB #10 Neil Higgins 4 ( #9 Kevin Airoldi ) @ 8:09

    2-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 9 ( #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 9:05

    3-0 OB #14 Jace Trickey 2 ( #6 Bob Goulet , #16 Steve Weber ) @ 9:52

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 SB #9 Chris Roop 4 ( #37 Alex Dhams , #22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 3:09

    4-1 OB #9 Kevin Airoldi 9 ( #8 Don Robinson) @ 3:58

    5-1 OB #10 Neil Higgins 5 ( #34 Brent Sirois ) @ 9:56

    6-1 OB #6 Bob Goulet 3 ( #16 Steve Weber , #0 Mark Airoldi) @ 12:50

    7-1 OB #9 Kevin Airoldi 10 ( #10 Neil Higgins) @ 13:50

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    8-1 OB #16 Steve Weber 10 ( #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 4:02

    8-2 SB # 0 Mary Vaughn 3 ( #37 Alex Dhams ) @ 12:32 pp

    Penalties

    OB #22 DJ Robinson 2 Trip @ 10:51

    Goalies: OB Mark Airoldi ( 18 shots, 16 saves): SB Dan Morgan ( 33 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 8-0 16 points: Sebago Brew 3-5 6 points

  127. Hood got it’s 2nd W of the season Sunday night 4-3 over Sebago(3-6)…Hood is now 2-6-1

    8:09 into the 1st Chris Grigsby took a feed from Jeff Johnson, broke in on a break-away and beat Dan Morgan for a shorthanded goal to give Hood a 1-0 lead…C. Grigsby would strike again with less than a minute left in the 1st off two nice passes from J.Johnson and Stanley Sampson to give Hood a 2-0 lead after 1…

    There was no scoring in the 2nd as both Morgan and Joe Foster kicked aside every shot sent their way….

    The 3rd period would be a see-saw affair :19 seconds into the 3rd Alex Dhams took a feed from Mary Vaughn and ripped a shot past Foster to cut the lead in half…2 minutes later Kevin Boyce tipped home a beautiful pass from Scott Vogel to give Hood a 2 goal lead back….1:30 later Chris Roop would take a nice break-out pass again from Vaughn and beat Foster to cut the lead to 1… 1:03 later J.Johnson would pick up a loose puck and beat Morgan on a break-away to give Hood a 4-2 lead…Roop would strike again off a nice feed from Nat Germond and Brian Johnson to cut the lead to 1 once again but in the Final minute Roop would have a glorious chance to tie it up but the shot would be kicked away by Foster to preserve the W for Hood…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 4 Sebago Brew 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #14 Chris Grigsby 1 ( #7 Jeff Johnson) 8:09 sh

    2-0 Hood #14 Chris Grigsby 2 ( #7 Jeff Johnson , # 5 Stanley Sampson) @ 13:26

    Penalties

    SB #37 Alex Dhams 2 Trip @ 1:47

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Trip @ 7:01

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SB #37 Alex Dhams 4 ( # 0 Mary Vaughn) @ :19

    3-1 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 4 ( #69 Scott Vogel) @ 2:16

    3-2 SB #9 Chris Roop 5 ( # 0 Mary Vaughn) @ 4:00

    4-2 Hood #7 Jeff Johnson 3 (Unassisted) @ 5:03

    4-3 SB #9 Chris Roop 6 ( #37 Nat Germond , #8 Brian Johnson ) @ 7:53

    Penalties

    Hood #7 Jeff Johnson 2 Rough @ 8:56

    Hood #14 Chris Grigsby 2 Rough @ 8:56

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Rough @ 8:56

    SB #8 Brian Johnson 4 Rough @ 8:56

    SB #0 Dan Morgan 2 Leaving crease @ 8:56

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 29 shots, 26 saves): Sebago Brew: Dan Morgan (36 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 2-6-1 5 points: Sebago Brew 3-6 6 points

  128. The Boars improved to 9-0 Thursday night with a 5-1 win over Hood (2-7-1)…

    Hood would get on the board first again as Scott Vogel would pick up a loose puck come in and use the back-hand to beat Mark Airoldi @ the 3:18 mark….10 minutes in the Boars would even the score as Bob Goulet would block a shot come in alone on a break-away on Joe Foster a beat him five-hole to tie it @ 1…With Just over 1 minute left in the first Neil Higgins would score probably the prettiest goals of the summer as he went end to end and roofed a back-hand shot up and over Foster to give the Boars a 2-1 lead after 1…

    The 2nd period belonged to the goalies as Foster and Airoldi kicked aside every shot sent their way…

    Just over 4 minutes into the 3rd the Boars would get the dagger out as Scott Fournier would take a pass from Goulet would sneak one past Foster to make it 3-1…Fournier would add a second goal just over 10 minutes in as he jumped on a loose puck and buried it into the net…Goulet would finish the scoring with his 2nd of the game off a nice feed from Jace Trickey to give the Boars a 5-1 win…Foster was awesome in net making 34 saves….

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 5 Hood 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 3 ( Unassisted) @ 3:18

    1-1 OB #6 Bob Goulet 4 (Unassisted) @ 9:54

    2-1 OB #10 Neil Higgins 6 (Unassisted) @ 12:57

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Trip @ 13:12

    Hood #14 Dave Grigsby 2 Cross-check @ 14:00

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 OB #12 Scott Fournier 9 ( #6 Bob Goulet , #14 Jace Trickey ) @ 4:13

    4-1 OB #12 Scott Fournier 10 ( Unassisted) @ 9:19

    5-1 OB #6 Bob Goulet 5 ( #14 Jace Trickey ) @ 12:39

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: OB Mark Airoldi ( 14 shots, 13 saves): Hood: Joe Foster ( 39 shots, 34 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 9-0 18 points: Hood 2-7-1 5 points

  129. The Boars finished the regular season undefeated with a 6-2 win over Sebago Brew ( 3-7) Sunday night…

    The Boars would start off quick as Scott Fournier would take a feed from Don Robinson a rifle shot over Dan Morgan to give the Boars a 1-0 lead…Jace Trickey would also finish off a nice 3 way passing play from Robinson and Neil Higgins as he ripped a shot over Morgan glove…Bob Goulet would finish off the period with a break-away goal in the last minute: 3-0 Boars after 1…

    Trickey would stake the Boars out to a 4 goals lead 5 minutes into the 2nd as he banged home a nice feed off a Steve Weber shot…Brent Sirios would make a beautiful tip off a Goulet pass that would slide under Morgan 3 minutes later: 5-0 Boars after 2…

    Chris Roop would get Sebago Brew on the board just 11 seconds into the 3rd as he picked off a pass and made came in on a break-away and beat Mark Airoldi…At the 3 minute mark of the 3rd: Roop would take a nice feed from Mary Vaughn a rip a shot over the glove off Airoldi to cut the lead to 5-2…The Boars would cap the game off with just over 1 minute left as Robinson took a feed from Goulet and beat Morgan for the 6-2 final…Morgan was outstanding in the game making 35 saves…

    Sebago will play a best of 3 against Hood starting Thursday Night @ 8 and the survivor of the series get to face the Boars in a best of 3…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 6 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OB #12 Scott Fournier 11 ( #8 Don Robinson ) @ 4:43

    2-0 OB #14 Jace Trickey 3 ( #8 Don Robinson , #10 Neil Higgins ) @ 9:09

    3-0 OB #6 Bob Goulet 6 (Unassisted) @ 13:21

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 OB #14 Jace Trickey 4 ( #16 Steve Weber , #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 5:23

    5-0 OB #34 Brent Sirois 2 ( #6 Bob Goulet , #12 Scott Fournier ) @ 9:19

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 SB #9 Chris Roop 7 ( Unassisted) @ :11

    5-2 SB #9 Chris Roop 8 ( # 0 Mary Vaughn) @ 3:00

    6-2 OB #8 Don Robinson 6 ( #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 12:48

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: OB Mark Airoldi ( 19 shots, 17 saves): SB Dan Morgan ( 41 shots, 35 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 10-0 20 points: Sebago Brew 3-7 6 points

  130. Hood ( 3-7-1) took a 1-0 series lead with a 6-2 win over Sebago Brew ( 3-8) on Thursday night…Hood looks to lock up the series Thursday @ 8:30…

    Hood would jump all over Sebago early in the first with 3 quick goals…Sean Drew( who was the 1st star of the game) rifled home a shot from the point off a face-off win by Stanley Sampson just over a minute in…Hood would extend to lead to 2, when Drew went end to end and made pretty pass to Sampson who tipped it past Dan Morgan…Kevin Boyce would jump on a loose puck and beat Morgan to give Hood a 3-0 cushion half-way though the first…Sebago would get on the board with lees the 1 sec left, when Alex Dahams banged home a rebound of a Kevin Hopkins shot…3-1 after 1…

    Just 10 seconds into the 2nd Scott Vogel would pick off a pass come in on a break-away and beat Morgan to give Hood it’s 3 goals lead back…Vogel would strike again just over 3 minute later when he took a feed from Drew and beat Morgan again…Sebago would get that goal back 20 seconds later as Chris Roop took a feed from Dahams and rifled a shot past Joe Foster to make it 5-2…Greg Meehan would score a beautiful goal to round out the scoring in the period and game as he took a nice flip pass from Dave Grigsby and beat the D-man with a nice move and rifled a shot past Morgan to make it 6-2 Hood…

    The 3rd period belonged to the goalies as Foster made the lead hold up for Hood…

    Box Score

    Final

    Hood 6 Sebago Brew 2

    Hood leads the best of 3 1-0…

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #17 Sean Drew 2 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 1:08

    2-0 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 5 ( #17 Sean Drew ) @ 4:35

    3-0 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 5 ( Unassisted) @ 7:00

    3-1 SB #37 Alex Dahms 5 ( #9 Chris Roop , #12 Kevin Hopkins ) @ 13:59

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-1 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 4 ( Unassisted) @ :10

    5-1 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 5 ( #17 Sean Drew , #9 Kevin Boyce ) @ 3:26

    5-2 SB #9 Chris Roop 9 ( #37 Alex Dahms ) @ 3:52

    6-2 Hood #33 Greg Meehan 1 ( #14 Dave Grigsby ) @ 13:25

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 Rough @ 1:53

    SB #37 Nat Germond 2 Hold @ 8:53

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 19 shots, 17 saves): SB Dan Morgan ( 28 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 3-7-1: Sebago Brew 3-8

  131. Gabe Gumiond would score just over 3 minutes into OT to give Sebago Brew (4-8) a dramatic 6-5 come from behind victory over Hood ( 3-8-1) to even the best of 3 series one game apiece…

    Hood would tally first as Greg Meehan would one time a nice from Stanley Sampson past Dan Morgan mid-way though the first…Alex Dahams would tie it @ 1 before the period would end as he took a feed from Crhis Roop and fired a shot past Joe Foster: 1-1 after 1…

    Sebago would come out strong in the 2nd as Dahams would pick off a pass come in alone on Foster and beat him…Gumiond would extend the lead to 2 goals as he took a feed from Ben Townsend and Rifled a shot over Foster…Less than 2 minutes later Hood would climb back into the game as Kevin Boyce would tap home a beautiful pass from Scott Vogel to cut the lead in half…3-2 after 2…

    The 3rd period would have many twist and turns: just over 1 minute in Vogel would take a feed from Bobby Basinet and blast a blue-line shot past Morgan to tie the score up…Both goalies would kick aside shots for the next 8 minutes until Gumiond would pick up a loose puck a blast a shot past Foster ti give Sebago a 4-3 lead…Boyce would tie it up less than a minute later as he took a feed from Vogel and flipped one over a prone Morgan to tie the score @ 4…With just 2:54 left Vogel would bang home a rebound of a Meehan shot to give Hood a 5-4 lead and at the time it looked like the series victory…Sebago would tie it up off a face-off when Arty McLean’s point shot would find it’s way into the back of the net to tie the score and end the game in OT…

    Gumiond would complete the hat-trick when a point shot from Mary Vaughn would get deflected right onto his stick and he buried the puck past Foster to force a game 3…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 6 Hood 5 in ot

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #33 Greg Meehan 2 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson , #17 Sean Drew) @ 7:13

    1-1 SB #37 Alex Dahms 6 (#9 Chris Roop) @ 11:25

    Penalties

    SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 2 Rough @ 12:51

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SB #37 Alex Dahms 7 (Unassisted) @ 1:51

    3-1 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 10 ( #0 Ben Townsend ) @ 8:16

    3-2 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 6 ( #69 Scott Vogel, #5 Bobby Basinet ) @ 10:03

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    3-3 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 6 ( #5 Bobby Basinet , #17 Sean Drew ) @ 1:46

    4-3 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 11 (Unassisted) @ 9:56

    4-4 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 7 ( #69 Scott Vogel , #666 William Sampson ) @ 10:38

    5-4 Hood Scott Vogel 7 ( #33 Greg Meehan, #9 Kevin Boyce ) @ 11:06

    5-5 SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 ( #22 Gabe Gumiond , #9 Chris Roop ) @ 11:27

    Penalties

    Hood #5 Bobby Basinet 10 Misconduct @ 10:56

    OT

    6-5 SB #22 Gabe Gumiond 12 ( #9 Chris Roop , # 0 Mary Vaughn ) @ 3:01

    Goalies: SB Dan Morgan ( 21 shots, 16 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 28 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 4-8 12 Points: Hood 3-8-1 7 points

  132. In another great game @ the USM ice Arena last night: Hood(4-8-1) pulled a dramatic come from behind victory to win the series 2 games to 1 over Sebago Brew( 4-9): two nights 2 great games!!!!!

    This game really belonged to the net minders: Joe Foster for Hood and Dan Morgan for Sebago Brew…Both of them kicked aside all the shots sent their way in the first period, many of the spectacular saves…

    Sebago struck first 8 minutes into the 2nd as Alex Dahams took a nice feed from Gabe Gumiond a rifled a shot over Foster’s glove…With less the 1 minute left in the 2nd Sebago would strike again but by no fault of Foster: he made two highlight saves against Gumiond and Dahams but was unable to make a 3rd as Chris Roop found the back of the net: 2-0 Sebago after 2…

    It looked bleak for Hood but just 1:20 into the 3rd Jeff Johnson feed Chris Plummer would fired a screen shot past Morgan to cut the lead in half…With 5 minute left: Johnson again would make a nice pass, this time finding Stanley Sampson open in the slot and he made no mistake as he buried the shot past Morgan…Both goalies made save after save to make sure we would see OT for the 2nd night in a row…

    2:09 into the OT session Johnson would make a nice play as he dropped a pass to Bobby Basinet and set up a nice screen as the shot sailed over Morgan’s glove for the GWG series winning goal…Great game, great series guys and it was my pleasure watching those two games!!!!!

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 3 Sebago Brew 2 in OT ( Hood wind Series 2-1)

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #37 Alex Dahms 8 ( #22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 8:00

    2-0 SB #9 Chris Roop 10 ( #22 Gabe Gumiond , #37 Alex Dahms ) @ 13:05

    Penalties

    SB #39 Ryan Fitch 2 Trip @ 2:33

    SB #1 Arty McLean 2 High-Stick @ 13:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 Hood #11 Chris Plummer 1 ( #7 Jeff Johnson) @ 1:20 pp

    2-2 Hood # 5 Stanley Sampson 6 ( #7 Jeff Johnson) @ 8:14

    Penalties

    Hood #17 Sean Drew 2 Slash @ 9:58

    OT

    Goals

    3-2 Hood #5 Bobby Basinet 2 ( #7 Jeff Johnson) @ 2:09

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 27 shots, 25 saves): Sebago Brew : Dan Morgan ( 25 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 4-8-1: Sebago Brew 4-9

  133. In the first game of the Championship series the Boars (11-0) were able to hold of a late charge from Hood (4-9-1) in a 7-4 victory: they lead the series 1-0…

    Hood would get on the boars first as Scott Vogel would rip a nice feed from Chris Plummer over the Boars netminder for a 1-0 lead…Jace Trickey would tie the game up for the Boars as he took a feed from Brent Sirois and beat Joe Foster…Neil Higgins would give the Boars a one goal lead after 1 as he picked up a loose puck and beat Foster on a break-away…

    Hood would tie the game just 28 seconds into the 2nd as Vogel took a nice break-out pass from Bobby Basinet and blasted one over the glove of the Boars goalie…The Boars would then go on a patented run scoring three unanswered goals to end the 2nd…Don Robinson would tally twice both goals coming of nice feeds from Bob Goulet and sandwiched in between Goulte would add his own tally off a nice pass from Scott Fournier…5-2 after 2…

    The Boars would extend the lead to four off a beautiful tic tac toe play: Higgins, to Goulet, to Fournier to the back of the net…Hood didn’t go away quietly as Greg Meehan took a pass from William Sampson and score on the power play and Vogel would finish of the hat-trick as he rifled a shot over the boars goalie to cut the lead in half 6-4…Goulet would seal the deal 1 minute later though as he buried a feed from Neil Higgins…

    Box Score

    Score

    Old Boars 7 Hood 4 (Old Boars lead the series 1-0)

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 8 ( #11 Chris Plummer) @ 5:18

    1-1 OB #14 Jace Trickey 5 ( #34 Brent Sirois , #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 7:20

    2-1 OB #10 Neil Higgins 7 (Unassisted) @ 8:40

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 9 ( #5 Bobby Basinet ) :28

    3-2 OB #8 Don Robinson 7 ( #6 Bob Goulet , #12 Scott Fournier ) @ 5:42

    4-2 OB #6 Bob Goulet 7 ( #12 Scott Fournier , #34 Brent Sirois ) @ 8:12

    5-2 OB #8 Don Robinson 8 ( #6 Bob Goulet , #34 Brent Sirois) @ 12:13

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-2 OB #12 Scott Fournier 12 ( #6 Bob Goulet , #10 Neil Higgins) 4:36

    6-3 Hood #33 Greg Meehan 3 ( #666 William Sampson) @ 10:50 pp

    6-4 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 10 ( # 5 Stanley Sampson, #14 Dave Grigsby) @ 11:56

    7-4 OB #6 Bob Goulet 8 ( #10 Neil Higgins) @ 12:32

    Penalties

    OB #34 Brent Sirois 2 Hook @ 9:51

    Goalies: OB #00 ( 24 shots, 20 saves): Hood: Joe Foster ( 25 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 11-0: Hood 4-9-1

  134. The Boars( 12-0) finished the unbeaten and untied summer season as well as taking home the title with a 5-1 victory over Hood (4-10-1) in game 2 of the best of 3 series last night…

    Just over 1 minute in the Boars would tally first as Neil Higgins one timed a pass from Bobby Goulet that Joe Foster was able to get a piece of but Steve Weber was there to tap home the loose puck…One the ensuing face-off Hood would tie it up as Bobby Basinet would pick up a loose puck a blast one over the shoulder of Bobby Mack to tie the game @ one…1-1 after 1..

    The Boars scored again in the first minute of the period when Higgins took a pass from Brent Sirois a fired a shot over Foster for the only tally of the period…

    The Boars would put the game away quickly in the 3rd as Scott Fournier took a feed from Goulet and picked the top corner to give the Boars a 2 goal lead on the power play…Just over a minute later Goulet would strike as he took a rebound of a Fournier shot and put it over Foster…Jace Trickey would round out the scoring as he took a beautiful feed from Goulet and slide it under a prone Foster to account for the 5-1 final…

    Box Score

    Final

    Old Boars 5 Hood 1 (Old Boars win series 2-0)

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OB #16 Steve Weber 11 ( #10 Neil Higgins , #6 Bob Goulet) @ 1:02

    1-1 Hood #5 Bobby Basinet 3 (Unassisted) @ 1:29

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 OB #10 Neil Higgins 8 ( #34 Brent Sirois , #12 Scott Fournier ) @ 1:51

    Penalties

    Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 2 Hook @ 14:00

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 OB #12 Scott Fournier 13 ( #6 Bob Goulet, #10 Neil Higgins) @ 1:14 pp

    4-1 OB #6 Bob Goulet 9 ( #12 Scott Fournier , #34 Brent Sirois) @ 2:20

    5-1 OB #14 Jace Trickey 6 ( #12 Scott Fournier , #6 Bob Goulet ) @ 5:28

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: OB Bobby Mack ( 13 shots, 12 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 28 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    Old Boars 12-0: Hood 4-10-1

  135. Kaelin and Brian Johnson power Sebago (1-0) to a 4-2 win over HVAC (0-1) in the opening game of the 09-10 season…

    #19 would open the scoring for Sebago as he took a breakway feed Dwight Doucette and beat HVAC netminder Shawn Cohen over the glove 6:32 into the game…About 5 minutes later Scott Fletcher (coming back from a broken collarbone) banged home a beautiful pass from Charlie Elwell to not the score @ 1…#19 would again beat Cohen with help with just .37 seconds left in the first: Gene St Cyr picked up the only assist on the play… 2-1 after 1…

    Sebago would extend the lead to two goals 4:23 into the 2nd as Brian Johnson would convert on pass from Lars Sjulander…HVAC would cut the lead in half when Elwell made a beautiful tip off a Paul Miller shot that beat Kaelin over the golve….3-2 after 2…

    Kaelin would keep HVAC off the board in the 3rd and Johnson would again tally off a pass from Scott Fitser , which he tipped over Cohen glove to give Sebago a 4-2 win…Kaelin would finish with 28 saves on 30 shots…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 4 HVAC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #19 1 ( #11 Dwight Doucette) @ 6:22

    1-1 HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 1 ( #9 Charlie Elwell , #2 Rob Mitchell) @ 11:18

    2-1 SB #19 2 ( #22 Gene St Cyr ) @ 13:23

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 SB #8 Brian Johnson 1 ( #20 Lars Sjulander) @ 4:23

    3-2 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 1 ( #8 Paul Miller ) @ 10:19

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 SB #8 Brian Johnson 2 ( #3 Scott Fitser) @ 9:36

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: SB Julian Kaelin ( 30 shots, 28 saves) : HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 17 shots, 13 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 1-0 2 points: HVAC 0-1 0 points

  136. Two time defending champ BH Milliken (1-0) started off on the right foot by beating Hood (0-0-1) 4-3 last night in a shoot-out…

    BH Milliken got on the Board first @ the 8:65 mark as John Harvey banged home a rebound of a Gabe Gumiond shot…Scott Vogel would tie it up later in the period for Hood as he took a drop pass from Chris Huff a beat Mike Payne over the glove….1-1 after 1…

    Hood would take a 2-1 lead just over 2 minute into the 2nd when Vogel stuck again when he tipped home a beautiful pass from Greg Meehan…@ the 5:36 mark #5 would tie the score up as he took a feed from #0 and ripped a shot past Joe Foster…2-2 After 2…

    Just a minute into the 3rd Gabe Gumiond on a power play took a feed from Jim Skvorak and launched a rocket past Foster for a 3-2 Milliken lead…Hood would get a power play and capitalize as well as Kevin Boyce banged home a rebound off a Bobby Basinet shot to send the game into a shoot-out…

    Gabe Gumiond would get the shoot-out winner as he beat Foster five hole for the winner…5 out of the 6 shooters scored…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Miiliken 4 Hood 3 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #15 John Harvey 1 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond, #0 ) @ 8:56

    1-1 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 1 ( #9 Chris Huff ) @ 10:17

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 2 ( #33 Greg Meehan , #9 Kevin Boyce) @ 2:01

    2-2 BH # 5 1 ( #0, #15 John Harvey ) @ 5:36

    Penalties

    BH # 5 2 Interference @ 9:46

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 1 ( #69 Jim Skvorak , #5) @ 1:02 pp

    3-3 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 1 ( #69 Scott Vogel , #5 Bobby Basinet ) @ 6:29 pp

    Penalties

    Hood #69 Scott Vogel 2 Hook @ :55

    BH #15 John Harvey 2 Hook @ 5:54

    BH #20 Matt Martell 2 Rough @ 14:00

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 Rough @ 14:00

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 5 Hit from Behind @ 14:00

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 10 game misconduct @ 14:00

    BH Wins shoot-out 3-2

    GWG SO Goal #22 Gabe Gumiond

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 28 shots, 25 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 27 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 1-0 2 points: Hood 0-0-1 1 point

  137. Troy and Ken Anctil lead Carter’s ( 1-0)to a 7-2 victory over SMCC (0-1) in action on Thursday night…

    SMCC would strike first @ the 1:36 mark to open the scoring…K. Anctil would take and pass from T. Anctil and make a nice maove and bury a pass past the SMCC netminder…Carter’s would take the lead when K Anctil took a feed from Tim Thornton and he cam in on a beak-way and beat the SMCC netminder…2-1 after 1…

    T.Actil would kick off the scoring in the 2nd as he took a pass from K.Anctil and buried a shot in the twice…Then @ the 9:51 mark Greg Shapiro ripped home a shot off a nice pass from Tim Polowski to extend the lead to 4-1 after 2…

    K.Anctil would add his 3rd agian form T Anctil 5 minutes into the 3rd to give Carter’s a 5-1 lead…SMCC would strike just over 1 minute later when #18 rifled home a shot over Mike Rullo glove to get them back in the game…Bill Kennedy and K Anctil would strike in the last 2 minute for the 7-2 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 7 SMCC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #2 ( #13, #9) @ 1:36

    1-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 4:42

    2-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 ( #27 Tim Thornton) @ 8:23

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 1 ( #7 Ken Anctil , #17 John Spring) @ 5:24

    4-1 CAR #18 Greg Shapiro 1 ( #15 Tim Polowski , #3 Kurt Fletcher) @ 9:51

    Penalties

    SMCC #14 2 Rough @ 4:10

    CAR #11 Brian Fish 2 Rough @ 4:10

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 3 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #17 John Spring ) @ 5:44

    5-2 SMCC #18 ( Unassisted) @ 6:38

    6-2 CAR #9 Bill Kennedy 1 ( #7 Ken Anctil, #16 Troy Anctil) @ 12:39

    7-2 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 4 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 13:30

    Penalties

    SMCC # 0 2 X-Check @ 9:52

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 20 shots, 18 saves): SMCC Goalies ( 26 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 1-0 2 points: SMCC 0-1 0 points

  138. Noah Miner score with just over 1 minute left to lift the Tradesman (1-0) to a 5-4 come from behind victory over the P. Fire Dept( 0-1) last night…

    PFD would light the lamp first as John Brennon would take a feed from Sheldon Gregoire a fire a shot over the glove of Dan Morgan…Ron Smith would tie it up for the Tradesman less than a minute later as he would tap home a nice feed from Mark Kemper…Brennon would go end-to end and beat Morgan over the blocker with less than a minute left in the first to give PFD a 2-1 lead after 1…

    The only goal of the 2nd would be the 3rd of the night from Brennon with just over 1 minute left in the period…Brennon would take a kick save by Joe Foster and beat the D and fire a shot past Morgan 3-1 after 2…

    Noah Miner would tally his first of the night :51 sec into the 3rd to cut the lead in half off a nice passing play from Brad Burtasket and Ed Chamberlain…Smith would tie it up at 3 as he took a pass from Roland Duquette a beat Foster @ the 4;45 mark…PFD would again take a one goal lead and Brennon would again tally as he took a nice feed in the slot from John Denham and buried the shot behind Morgan…Smith would return the favor and set up Duquette to tie the score with just over 5 minute left…Foster kept the score tied making save after save until the one minute mark when Miner lifted a rebound up and over Foster to give the Tradesman a 5-4 victory…Foster kicked aside 37 of the 42 shots he faced…

    Box score

    Score

    Tradesman 5 PFD 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 PFD #16 John Brennon 1 ( #6 Sheldon Gregoire) @ 3:39

    1-1 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 1 ( #21 Mark Kemper ) @ 4:34

    2-1 PFD #16 John Brennon 2 ( Unassisted) @ 13:05

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 PFD #16 John Brennon 3 ( #39 Joe Foster) @ 12:29

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 1 ( #18 Brad Burtasket , #22 Ed Chamberlain) @ :51

    3-3 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 2 ( # 4 Roland Duquette , #21 Mark Kemper) @ 4:45

    4-3 PFD #16 John Brennon 4 ( #10 John Denham ) @ 5:26

    4-4 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 1 ( #66 Ron Smith ) @ 8:42

    5-4 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 2 ( # 4 Roland Duquette) @ 13:00

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: TRA Dan Morgan ( 19 shots, 15 saves): PFD Joe Foster ( 42 shots, 37 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 1-0 2 points: P. Fire Dept 0-1 0 point

  139. SMCC ( 1-1) would get it first victory over a shorthanded Atlantic(0-1) squad 2-1 last night…

    Alan Ellison would pick up a loose puck a fire a beautiful shot over the should of Joe Parker to give SMCC a 1-0 lead after 1…

    Parker and SMCC netminder Lincoln Jordon would be the story in the 2nd period kicking aside every shot sent their way….

    Craig Dudley would tip home the GWG with just over 4 minutes left off a shot from Zack Tooker…Atlantic would make it interesting with a shortie just over 2 minute later: when John Cushing took the puck end t- end and feed a nice pass to Robyn Smith who buried the puck past Jordon to break-up the shut-out…Both netminder played well and Atlantic hung tight despite having only 5 skaters…

    Box Score

    Score

    SMCC 2 Atlantic 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #2 Alan Ellison 1 (Unassisted) @ 12:08

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-0 SMCC #12 Craig Dudley 1 ( #13 Zack Tooker, #10 Kody Rickett ) @ 9:40

    2-1 ATL #22 Robyn Smith 1 ( #7 John Cushing) @ 11:12 sh

    Penalties

    ATL #41 Cody Norton 2 Body Check @ 10:17

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 14 shots, 13 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 23 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 1-1 2 points: Atlantic 0-1 0 points

  140. HVAC (1-1) held of a late rally from BH Milliken (1-1) to hang on to a 4-2 win last night…

    HVAC would tally the only goal in the first: Charlie Elwell would hold the puck in at the line and find Aaron Rice who fired a shot that was stopped by Mike Payne but Jim Duest was there to pound home the rebound for the only goal in the first…

    HVAC would net the only goal in the 2nd when Paul Miller made a beautiful tip of a Mike Nataupsky point shot that bang of the cross bar and in…2-0 after 2…

    Rob Cambell would score 1:23 into the 3rd when he picked off a pass came in alone and buried one under the water bottle to give HVAC a 3-0 lead…Milliken didn’t go away quietly into the night though: less than a minute later #8 stuffed home a beautiful pass from John Harvey to cut the lead to 2…1:38 sec later Kevin Colangelo took a nice feed from Ben Daigle and beat Shawn Cohen over the glove to cut the lead to one…HVAC would seal the game with just over 3 minute left when Miller picked off an attempted clear and buried the puck into the empty-net for his 2nd goal giving HVAC a 4-2 win…Cohen was strong in net kicking aside 17 of the 19 shots he faced…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 BH Milliken 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 1 ( #14 Aaron Rice, #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 12:40

    Penalties

    HVAC #8 Paul Miller 2 Hold @ :55

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 1 ( #3 Mike Nataupsky, #14 Aaron Rice ) @ 9:41

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-0 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 1 (Unassisted) @ 1:23

    3-1 BH #8 1 ( #15 John Harvey) @ 2:06

    3-2 BH #0 Kevin Colangelo 1 ( #88 Ben Daigle, #36 Rich Tibbets ) @ 3:44

    4-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 2 ( Unassisted) @ 10:36

    Penalties

    BH #36 Rich Tibbets 2 Hold @ 5:32

    Goalies: HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 19 shots, 17 saves): BH Mike Payne ( 21 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 1-1 2 points: BH Milliken 1-1 2 points

  141. Arty McLean’s 3rd period goal and Julian Kaelin’s 29 saves was the difference in Sebago Brew (2-0) 3-2 win over Hood (0-1-1) last night…

    Hood would strike first as Scott Vogel would find the back of the net off a nice pass from Nate Dionne just 4:29 in…Scott Fitser would tie up the score just over nine minutes in when he picked off a clearing pass and blasted a shot that beat net-minder Joe Foster…1-1 after 1…

    Hood would again take a one goal lead over half-way though the second when Vogel Struck for his 2nd goal of the night off a nice three way passing pay from Stanley Sampson and Kevin Boyce…With Just :15 sec left in the 2nd Brian Hamann would take a break-out pass from #19 and beat Foster on a break-away to tie the score @ 2 after 2….

    The GWG was one of the prettier goals you will see: Mike Pomerleau dug the puck out of the corner and feed Fitser who made a beautiful behind the back pass to Arty Mclean who the roofed a shot of the cross bar and in…Kaelin would make the lead stand up as he kicked aside 15 3rd period shots to preserve the 3-2 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 3 Hood 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 3 ( #17 Nate Dionne) @ 4:29

    1-1 SB #3 Scott Fitser 1 ( Unassisted) @ 9:05

    Penalties

    #1 Arty McLean 2 Slash @ 13:49

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 4 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #9 Kevin Boyce ) @ 7:22

    2-2 SB #24 Brian Hamann 1 ( #19) @ 13:45

    Penalties

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins @ Interference @ 5:41

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 SB #1 Arty McLean 1 ( #3 Scott Fitser , #91 Mike Pomerleau) @ 1:38

    Penalties

    SB #1 Arty McLean 2 Rough @ 12:36

    Hood #11 Ryan Daly 2 Rough @ 12:36

    Goalies: SB Julian Kaelin ( 31 shots, 29 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 18 shots, 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 2-0 4 points: Hood 0-1-1 1 point

  142. Carter’s (2-0) scored 5 unanswered goals to complete and 6-4 come from behind victory of the Tradesman (1-1) Thursday night…

    The Tradesman struck right off the opening face-off as Randy Corbett took the puck behind the night and found an open Brad Burtasket who buried the puck behind Mike Rullo for a quick 1-0 lead…Chris Fullarton took a pass on the point from Noah Miner and blasted a shot the beat Rullo with just over 4 minutes left in the period to give the Tradesman a 2-0 lead…

    The Tradesman’s would take a 3 goal lead just over 4 minutes into the 2nd as Corbett would find Miner would found the back of the net…John Spring would pull Carter’s back within 2 as he pounded home a rebound off a Troy Anctil beak-away bid…1:30 later the Tradesman would restore their 3 goal lead when Mark Kemper went five-hole off a nice feed from Roland Duquette…Carter’s would come back with 3 quick goals before the period would end: Spring would tally his 2nd of the game off a nice pass from Anctil and 30 sec later Spring would return the favor a set up Anctil to cut the lead to 1…Then with 5 sec left in the period and on a PP: Tim Polowski took the puck the length of the ice and found a streaking Bill Kennedy would made no mistake as he beat Dan Morgan to tie the game heading into the 3rd…

    Polowski would get the GWG off a nice break-way pass from Kurt Fletcher when he got Morgan to go for the first move then buried the puck past his outstretched glove…Anctil would add the insurance marker off a pass from Tim Thornton to give Carter’s a come from behind 6-4 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 6 Tradesman 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #18 Brad Burtasket 1 ( #8 Randy Corbett) @ :28

    2-0 TRA #3 Chris Fullarton 1 ( # 24 Noah Miner) @ 8:59

    Penalties

    TRA #66 Ron Smith 2 Hook @ 12:53

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 3 ( #8 Randy Corbett , #11 Pete Toohey) @ 4:48

    3-1 CAR #17 John Spring 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #81 Jimmy Costa) @ 5:40

    4-1 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 1 ( # 4 Roland Duquette) @ 7:21

    4-2 CAR #17 John Spring 2 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 10:34

    4-3 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 2 ( #17 John Spring ) @ 11:06

    4-4 CAR #9 Bill Kennedy 1 ( #15 Tim Polowski ) @ 13:55 pp

    Penalties

    TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 Knee @ 12:31

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-4 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 1 ( #3 Kurt Fletcher) @ 9:21

    6-4 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 3 ( #27 Tim Thornton , #17 John Spring ) @ 10:54

    Penalties

    CAR #27 Tim Thornton 2 Rough @ 6:19

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 20 shots, 16 saves): Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 28 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 2-0 4 points: Tradesman 1-1 2 points

  143. Tim Polowski goal with 15 seconds left lifted Carter’s to a perfect 3-0 record and a 4-3 come from behind win over HVAC (1-2) Sunday night…

    HVAC dominated the first period outscoring Carter’s 3-0 and out shooting them 15-4…Aaron Rice got it started just 30 sec in for HVAC as he blasted home a past from his brother Justin Rice….HVAC would extend the lead to two on the power play when Paul Miller ripped home his 3rd on the year of a nice feed from A Rice…Jim Duest would wrap up the scoring in the first as he would go coast to coast and rip a shot off the water bottle to give HVAC a 3-0 lead after 1….

    Polowski would pull Carter’s to within 2 when he picked up a rebound of his own shot and beat Shawn Cohen with a back-hander…Brain Fish would get Carter’s back to with-in 1 with just over a minute left and on the power play when he made a beautiful tip off a Jimmy Costa point shot..3-2 after 2…

    John Spring would waste no time in getting the equalizer as he took a pass from Fish and ripped a shot that beat Cohen stick side just :39 sec into the 3rd…That just left the heroics up to Polowski: as the time ticked down Pete Mirehouse made a nice feed to Polowski out in front of the net but Cohen stoned him but couldn’t stop the rebound as Carter’s pulled off a 3rd straight come from behind win to start the season….Rullo was a force in net after the 1st kicking aside all 10 shots he faced in the 2nd and 3rd periods…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 4 HVAC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 2 ( #7 Justin Rice, #6 Steve Perry) @ :30

    2-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 3 ( #14 Aaron Rice) @ 10:05 pp

    3-0 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 ( Unassisted) @ 13:24

    Penalties

    CAR #17 John Spring 2 Trip @ 5:38

    CAR #16 Troy Anctil 2 Slash @ 7:39

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 2 ( #12 Mike) @ 7:32

    3-2 CAR #11 Brian Fish 1 ( #81 Jimmy Costa, #15 Tim Polowski ) @ 12:27 pp

    Penalties

    HVAC #6 Steve Perry 2 Trip @ 10:33

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 CAR #17 John Spring 3 ( #11 Brian Fish) @ :39

    4-3 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 3 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 13:45

    Penalties

    CAR #11 Brian Fish 2 Rough @ 6:54

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 25 shots, 22 saves): HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 24 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 3-0 6 points: HVAC 1-2 2 points

  144. Hood (1-1-1) would score the first 6 goals of the game and pull of with a 8-2 win over PFD (0-2)…Nate Dionne lead the charge with 3G and 1 A…

    For the first nine minute of the game it was scoreless than Hood turned up the heat…Dionne would open the scoring of a feed from William Sampson and then less that 1 minute Dionne would strike again of a feed from Kevin Boyce to give Hood a 2-0 lead after 1…

    Hood would score 4 goals in the 2nd in less than 4 minutes the first by Stanley Sampson off a feed from Boyce…The 4th Hood goal would be banged home by Nick Avery his first of the year an unassisted….S. Sampson would add his 2nd of the game with the assist going to Chris Huff and less than a minute later Scott Vogel would strike for his 5th of the year to give Hood a 6-0 lead…PFD would Strike back with just over 2 minute left in the period as John Brennan would tap home his 5th of the year with assist going to John Cannon and Scott Krum. 6-1 after 2…

    PFD would strike again early in the 3rd when Eric Weeks taped home a nice pass from Josh Perry to cut the lead to 4…Hood would put the game away with the 3rd goal of the game from Dionne and Vogel would bang home his 6th on the year for the 8-2 final…Kai Becksvoort was tested in net kicking aside 32 saves for PFD in a stellar effort…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 8 PFD 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #17 Nate Dionne 1 ( #666 William Sampson) @ 9:55

    2-0 Hood #17 Nate Dionne 2 ( #9 Kevin Boyce) @ 10:25

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 Hood #5 Stanley Sampson 1 ( #9 Kevin Boyce , #33 Greg Meehan ) @ 2:48

    4-0 Hood #0 Nick Avery 1 ( Unassisted) @ 3:07

    5-0 Hood #5 Stanley Sampson 2 ( #9 Chris Huff ) @ 4:34

    6-0 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 5 ( #9 Kevin Boyce ) @ 6:43

    6-1 PFD #16 John Brennon 5 ( #11 John Cannon, #13 Scott Krum) @ 11:13

    Penalties

    None

    3rd period

    Goals

    6-2 PFD #25 Eric Weeks 1 ( #18 Josh Perry , #14 Kevin Hardy) @ 4:13

    7-2 Hood #17 Nate Dionne 3 ( #69 Scott Vogel) @ 6:57

    8-2 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 6 ( #17 Nate Dionne) @ 11:38

    Penalties

    PFD #14 Kevin Hardy 2 X-Check @ 9:00

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 11 shots, 9 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 40 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 1-1-1 3 points: PFD 0-2 0 points

  145. SMCC (2-1)outlasted Sebago Brew (2-0-1) to pull a 4-3 win in a SO Sunday Night…

    SMCC would strike first @ the 7:10 mark as #0 ripped a shot up and over Julian Kaelin glove…SMCC would expand the lead to two goals when #6 took a feed from #0 and slipped a shot by Kaelin @ the 12:47 mark to give SMCC a 2-0 lead after 1…

    Sebago would come storming back in the 2nd: Jay Lachance would make a beautiful tip of a Lars Sjulander point shot that went up and over a prone Lincoln Jordon to cut the lead in half… Tom Forgues would tie the game late in the 2nd on a power play with the assist going to Mike Pomerleau…2-2 after 2…

    SMCC would pull ahead with just under 5 minute left when #6 would go coast to coast and rip a shot that beat Kaelin to give SMCC a short lived 3-2 lead…Forgues would get his 2nd of the game and 4th of the year just over 2 minute later off a nice break-out pass from Kevin Hopkins to send the game into a shoot-out…

    SMCC #13 would score on a beautiful move in the shoot-out to give SMCC the extra point…

    Box Score

    Score

    SMCC 4 Sebago Brew 3 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #0 (30,18) @ 7:10

    2-0 SMCC # 6 ( #0) @ 12:47

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 1 ( #20 Lars Sjulander , #91 Mike Pomerleau) @ 4:07

    2-2 #19 Tom Forgues 3 ( #91 Mike Pomerleau ) @ 7:59 pp

    Penalties

    SMCC #13 2 Rough @ 5;35

    SB #20 Lars Sjulander 2 Hook @ 8:57

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 Rough @ 9:25

    SMCC #2 2 Cross-Check @ 11:15

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 High Stick @ 14:00

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 SMCC #6 (#0 Lincoln Jordon) @ 9:02

    3-3 #19 Tom Forgues 4 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 11:48

    Penalties

    None

    SMCC Win SO 2-1

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 19 shots, 16 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 18 shots, 15 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 2-1 4 points: Sebago Brew 2-0-1 5 points

  146. BH Milliken (2-1) proved why the are two time defending champs by beating Atlantic( 0-2) 10-2 on Sunday night…Scott Libby had the hat-trick and Gabe Gumiond had 1 goal and 5 assist…

    Matt Martell would open the scoring for Milliken just :27 sec in firing a shot that beat Joe Parker five hole…Atlantic would tie the score @ 1 before ht period ended when John Cushing took a feed from Robyn Smith and beat Julian Kaelin on the back-hand…

    Martell would start the second the same way as he ripped a shot high glove just 2:27 in…Ben Diagle would fire home a shot of the ensuing face-off given Milliken a 3-1 lead…Later in the period, Libby would tally his first of the night with a blast from the point and Daigle would round out the scoring off a feed from Andy Sosa for a 5-1 lead after 2…

    To start the 3rdAtlantic would chip away at the lead as Cody Norton stuck for his first of the year with a beautiful shot that beat Mike Payne stick side…BH Milliken would strike 5 more times ending any drama: Sousa would strike twice and Libby would also tally two for his hat-trick with a goal from Gumiond in between….10-2 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 10 Atlantic 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #20 Matt Martell 1 ( Unassisted) @ :27

    1-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 1 ( #22 Robyn Smith, #41 Cody Norton) @ 5:42

    Penalties

    None

    2nd period

    Goals

    2-1 BH #20 Matt Martell 2 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 2:27

    3-1 BH #88 Ben Daigle 1 ( #20 Matt Martell, #49 Andy Sousa) @ 2:57

    4-1 BH #24 Scott Libby 1 ( #49 Andy Sousa, # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 9:50

    5-1 BH #88 Ben Daigle 2 ( #49 Andy Sousa) @ 12:52

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-2 ATL #41 Cody Norton 1 ( #22 Robyn Smith , # 7 John Cushing) @ 3:42

    6-2 BH #24 Scott Libby 2 ( #88 Ben Daigle , # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 4:56

    7-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 2 ( #20 Matt Martell ) @ 5:18

    8-2 BH #49 Andy Sousa 1 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 6:03

    9-2 BH #49 Andy Sousa 2 ( #44 Ron Giroux) @ 7:53

    10-2 BH #24 Scott Libby 3 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond , #88 Ben Daigle ) @ 13:24

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Julian Kaelin ( 14 shots, 13 saves): Mike Payne ( 6 shots, 5 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 23 shots, 13 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 2-1 4 points: Atlantic 0-2 0 points

  147. Gabe Gumiond had 3 goals a dished off 1 assist to keep BH Milliken( 3-1) rolling with a 5-3 win over Sebago brew (2-1-1) on Thursday night…

    Sebago would tally first as Kevin Hopkins would take a pass from #0 and rip a point shot that beat Mike Payne just over half-way though the 1st…Ben Daigle would tie up the score with just over 4 minute left in the first taking a feed from Gumiond a depositing the shot past Julian Kaelin….With time ticking down in the period Daigle would return the favor setting up Gumiond to give Milliken a 2-1 lead after 1…

    Gumiond would extend the lead to two goals with just of 5 minute left in the 2nd off a nice feed from Jeff Sampson…Jay Lachance would take a break-out pass from #0 and wrist a shot past Payne to cut the lead to within 1 after two…

    Milliken would put the game away early in the 3rd when Ron Giroux banged home a rebound of a Ben Daigle shot…With just over 3 minute left, Gumiond would complete the hat-trick as he ripped a shot past Kaelin to give Milliken a 3 goal lead…Tom Forgues would score unassisted and on the power play with a nice warp-around goal to cut the lead to 5-3 but that is a close a Sebago would get…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 5 Sebago Brew 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 1 ( #0, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 7:09

    1-1 BH #88 Ben Daigle 3 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 10:15

    2-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 3 ( #88 Ben Daigle ) @ 13:39

    Penalties

    SB #22 Gene St Cyr 2 Trip @ 2:10

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 4 ( #88 Jeff Sampson ) @ 8:33

    3-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 2 ( #0 , Julian Kaelin ) @ 13:11

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 BH #44 Ron Giroux 1 ( #88 Ben Daigle ) @ 1:44

    5-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 5 ( #88 Ben Daigle , #88 Jeff Sampson ) @ 10:41

    5-3 SB #19 Tom Forgues 5 ( Unassisted) @ 12:12 pp

    Penalties

    BH #24 Scott Libby 2 Rough @ 2:28

    BH #44 Ron Giroux 2 Hold @ 11:34

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 17 shots, 14 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 32 shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 3-1 6 points: Sebago Brew 2-1-1 5 points

  148. Roland Duquette netted a hat-trick and Dan Morgan made 28 saves to lead the Tradesman ( 2-1) to a 5-3 victory over Atlantic( 0-3) Thursday night…

    Chris Neault finally did something useful for his team as he ripped a wrist shot over the blocker of Joe Parker…Atlantic would respond with 2 goals in the last minute 1/2 of the period: Josh would take feed from John Cushing and backhand a shot over a prone Morgan to tie the game…Then when time winding down in the period Josh again would take a feed from Cushing and backhand one off the crossbar in…2-1 after 1…

    Duquette would score the only goal in the 2nd period off a nice feed from Mark Kemper to tie the score at 2 heading into the 3rd…

    Randy Corbett would give the Tradesman the lead for good as he would pick off a clearing pass and bury the shot pass Parker…Duquette would extend the lead to 2 as he took a backhand pass from Chris Fullarton and rifled a shot over his glove just over 3 mins in the period…Cushing would get Atlantic within 1 with a great individual effort as he stole the puck and ripped a beautiful shot over Morgan’s glove… Duquette would complete the hat trick and put the game away as he took a nice pass from Kemper and found the back of the net…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 5 Atlantic 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #0 Chris Neault 1 ( #8 Randy Corbett, # 24 Noah Miner) @ 9:43

    1-1 ATL #11 Josh 1 ( #7 John Cushing, #9 ) @ 12:35

    2-1 ATL Josh 2 ( #7 John Cushing) @ 13:43

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 ( #21 Mark Kemper, #11 Pete Toohey) @ 2:18

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 1 ( Unassisted) @ 1:02

    4-2 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 3 ( #3 Chris Fullarton) @ 3:13

    4-3 ATL # 7 John Cushing 2 ( #9 , #17 Mark Embury) @ 6:44

    5-3 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 4 ( #21 Mark Kemper, #0 Chris Neault) @ 8:39

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 31 shots, 28 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 21 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 2-1 4 points: Atlantic 0-3 0 points

  149. Hood (2-1-1) hung on for a 3-2 victory over HVAC (1-3) in action last night…

    Ryan Daly would strike first for Hood as he pounced on a rebound of a Kevin Boyce shot and found the back on the net for his 1st of the year…Hood would extend the lead to 2 with just over 2 minutes left in the period when Chris Huff point shot was stopped by Shawn Cohen but Bobby Basinet fired the rebound in for his 1st of the year…

    The 2nd period belonged to Joe Foster and Cohen as the kicked aside every shot that was sent their way…

    Hood would strike on the power play 4:49 into the 3rd when Nick Avery picked up a loose puck and fired a shot past Cohen to extend Hood’s lead to 3…HVAC would not go quietly though: Steve Perry slid a shot under Foster off a face-off win by Paul Miller to pull HVAC with-in two…With just over a minte left to play Miller would wrist home his 4th of the year off a feed from Arron Rice…Foster made sure the score stayed that was as he kicked aside 24 of the 26 shots he faced….3-2 Hood final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 3 HVAC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #11 Ryan Daly 1 ( #9 Kevin Boyce , #5 Bobby Basinet ) @ 9:48

    2-0 Hood #5 Bobby Basinet 1 ( #9 Chris Huff , #9 Kevin Boyce) @ 11:47

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    HVAC #2 Rob Mitchell 2 Trip @ 5:40

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 Trip @ 7:39

    HVAC #6 Steve Perry 2 Slash @ 13:47

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-0 Hood #0 Nick Avery 2 ( #0 Marc Stannard) @ 4:49 pp

    3-1 HVAC #6 Steve Perry 1 ( #8 Paul Miller ) @ 6:50

    3-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 4 ( #14 Aaron Rice) @ 12:50

    Penalties

    HVAC #3 Mike Nataupsky 2 Rough @ 3:30

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 26 shots, 24 saves): HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 21 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 2-1-1 5 points: HVAC 1-3 2 points

  150. Carter’s(4-0) contined to be perfect on the season with an 8-3 win over PFD( 0-3) last night….

    Carter’s stuck just .32 seconds into the game as John Spring rifled home a pass form Troy Anctil to give carter’s an early lead…T.Anctil would give Carter’s a 2 goal cushion after 1 when he took a pass from Ken Anctil and found the back of the net…

    Carter’s would put the game away in the 2nd with 4 quick goals: T.Anctil struck again for his 2nd of the game and 5th of the year off a pass from K Anctil…Pete Mirehouse would find the back of the net for his fist off a nice break-out pass Kurt Fletcher…Spring would tap home a beautiful pass from T Anctil for his 2nd of the game and 5th of the year and to round out the barrage K Anctil would strike for his 5th off a pass from T Anctil to give Carter’s a 6-0 lead after 2…

    PFD wouldn’t go away quietly though as Eric Weeks tapped home a rebound of a Josh Perry shot to get them on the bord and 45 sec later John Brennon would pick up and loose puck a rifle a shot past Mike Rullo to cut the lead to 6-2…Zach Leo would strike twice for Carter’s with his first two goals of the year with Mirehouse picking up assist on both…Ryan Walsh would round out the scoring as he flipped home a Brennon shot for his first of the year which rounded out the scoring for the night…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 8 PFD 3

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #17 John Spring 4 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ :32

    2-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 4 ( #7 Ken Anctil ) @ 9:16

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 5 ( #7 Ken Anctil , #26 Pete Mathieau) @ 2:17

    4-0 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 1 ( #3 Kurt Fletcher) @ 5:04

    5-0 CAR #17 John Spring 5 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 5:54

    6-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 5 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 9:38

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-1 PFD #25 Eric Weeks 2 ( #18 Josh Perry , #17 Kevin McGuire) @ 4:00

    6-2 PFD #16 John Brennon 6 ( Unassisted) @ 4:45

    7-2 CAR #12 Zach Leo 1 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 10:28

    8-2 CAR #12 Zach Leo 2 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse , #17 John Spring ) @ 10:55

    8-3 PFD #3 Ryan Walsh 1 ( #16 John Brennon ) @ 11:22

    Penalties

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 Trip @ 1:07

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 26 shots, 23 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 32 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 4-0 8 points: P.Fire Dept 0-3 0 points

  151. Tim Bryant scored two goals in the last 2 minutes and Mark Embury score the GWG SO goal as Atlantic (1-3) came from behind in dramatic fashion to beat Sebago Brew ( 2-1-2) 5-4 in a SO…

    Sebago would tally the only marker in the 1st period when Dwight Doucette picked up an errant pass came in all alone and beat Joe Parker to give Sebago a 1-0 lead after 1…

    Scott Fitser would bang home a rebound of a Jay Lachance shot to extend Sebago’s lead to two goals 5:43 into the 2nd…John Cushing would get Atlantic back in the game with his 3rd goal of the season when he took a feed from Cody Norton and beat Julian Kaelin stick side to cut the lead in half…Tom Forgues would strike back for Sebago with his 6th of the year with a shot from an impossible angle that somehow found the back of the net to give Sebago a 3-1 lead after 2…

    Bryant would tally just 1:48 into the 3rd after he took a pass from Cushing a fired a shot over Kaelin to cut the lead to one…Forgues would add his 2nd of the game 7th of the year with just 3:07 left when he took a pass from Kevin Hopkins and fired a shot past Parker to seemingly put the game to rest…This just set up the heroics but Bryant as him and Cushing would combine to cut the lead to one with 1:20 left and then with time winding down Bryant would left a Robyn Smith shot up and over Kaelian to tie the game and send it into a shootout…

    Mark Embury would go back-hand shelf for the GWG in the SO to give Atlantic is first W of the season…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 5 Sebago Brew 4 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #11 Dwight Doucette 1 ( Unassisted) @ 5:43

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 SB #3 Scott Fitser 2 ( #4 Jay Lachance, #8 Brian Johnson ) @ 5:43

    2-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 3 ( #41 Cody Norton ) @ 5:20

    3-1 SB #19 Tom Forgues 6 ( #11 Dwight Doucette , #1 Arty Mclean ) @ 12:29

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 1 ( # 7 John Cushing, #41 Cody Norton) @ 1:48

    4-2 SB #19 Tom Forgues 7 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 11:53

    4-3 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 2 ( # 7 John Cushing) @ 12:40

    4-4 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 3 ( # 7 John Cushing, #22 Robyn Smith ) @ 13:12

    Penalties

    None

    ATL win SO 2-1

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 13 shots, 9 saves): Seabgo Brew Julian Kaelin ( 30 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 1-3 2 points: Sebago Brew 2-1-2 6 points

  152. In the nightcap Arron Rice would score 3 goals and dish off an assist as HVAC (2-3) would beat P.Fire Dept (0-4) 6-1…

    Rice would open the scoring as he picked up a loose puck and buried the puck in the back of the net to give HVAC an early 1-0 lead….Paul Miller would rifle home his 5th of the year and 1st of the game of a nice feed from Mike Natauspky to give HVAC a 2-0 lead after 1…

    Rice would score the next two goals in the first 6 minutes of the 2nd to complete the hat-trick: the first was again unassisted as he fired hoe a loose puck the 2nd was a tip of a nice feed from Miller…Jim Duest would score his 3rd of the year of a nice passing play from Dave Marssao and Charile Elwell to give HVAC a 5-0 lead after 2…

    Miller would add his 2nd of the game half-way though the 3rd to give HVAC a 6-0 lead…PFD would ruin the shut-out bid by Shawn Cohen as Kevin Hardy fired a shot past him with assist on the play going to Andy Hammond and Dean Berry…Final 6-1.

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 6 PFD 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 3 (unassisted) @ 5:10

    2-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 5 ( #3 Mike Nataupsky ) @ 8:48

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 4 (Unassisted) @ 1:10

    4-0 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 5 ( #8 Paul Miller, #3 Mike Nataupsky) @ 6:11

    5-0 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 3 ( #4 Dave Marrasso, #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 13:55

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 6 ( #14 Aaron Rice , #11 Rob Cambell ) @ 7:54

    6-1 PFD #14 Kevin Hardy 1 ( #9 Andy Hammond, #7 Dean Berry) @ 10:23

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 16 shots, 15 saves): PFD ( 33 shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 2-3 4 points: P.Fire Dept 0-4 0 points

  153. BH Milliken( 4-1) won it’s 4th straight game on Thursday night with a 6-4 defeat of the Tradesman(2-2)…

    Roland Duquette tallied the only goal in the first period as he picked up a loose puck and found the back of the net for the Tradesman…

    Milliken would tie it up just over 1 minute into the 2nd when John Harvey ripped home a pass from Scot Libby…Duquette would strike again less than a minute later off a nice feed from Mark Kumper…Ben Daigle would tie it up at 2 on the power play off a pass from Gabe Gumiond 1:30 later…Half-way though the 2nd Kevin Colangelo took a feed from Harvey and found the back of the net for his 2nd goal of the year to give Milliken a 3-2 lead…Ron Smith would tie back up for the Tradesman on the power play when he picked off a pass that bounced off the ref and buried the puck in the back of the net…On the ensuing face-off Jeff Sampson would take a feed from Daigle and rifle a shot past Morgan to give Milliken a 4-3 lead after 2…

    Libby would extend the lead to 2 goals just :55 sec into the 3rd as he fired home a pass from Daigle…Duquette would cut the lead to one with his 3rd goal of the game 7th on the year on a break-away pass from Pete Toohey…But just over a minute later Matt Martell would complete a beautiful passing play from Gumiond and Ron Giroux toseal the victory for Milliken…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 6 Tradesman 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 5 (Unassisted) @ 9:42

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 BH # 15 John Harvey 2 ( #24 Scott Libby) @ 1:32

    2-1 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 6 ( #21 Mark Kemper) @ 2:11

    2-2 BH #88 Ben Daigle 4 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 3:44 pp

    3-2 BH #0 Kevin Colangelo 2 ( # 15 John Harvey ) @ 6:58

    3-3 TRA # 66 Ron Smith ( Unassisted) @ 9:36 pp

    4-3 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 2 ( #88 Ben Daigle) @ 10:04

    Penalties

    TRA #3 Chris Fullarton 2 Trip @ 2:49

    BH #20 Matt Martell 2 Trip @ 8:51

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-3 BH #24 Scott Libby 4 ( #88 Ben Daigle, #88 Jeff Sampson) @ :55

    5-4 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 7 ( #11 Pete Toohey, #0 Chris Neault ) @ 2:52

    6-4 BH #20 Matt Martell 3 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond, #44 Ron Giroux) @ 4:26

    Penalties

    TRA #11 Pete Toohey 2 Rough @ 10:01

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 14 shots, 10 saves): Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 34 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 4-1 8 points: Tradesman 2-2 4 points

  154. Chris Huff had 2G and 1A in leading Hood (3-1-1) past SMCC (2-2) 5-2 on Thursday night…

    The first period belonged to both goalies and both Joe Foster and Lincoln Jordon kicked aside every shot sent their way…

    Nick Avery got the icebreaker for Hood as he took a nice feed from Huff and made a nice move a beat Jordon on the back-hand…Hood would extend the lead to 2 goals on the power play: Scott Vogel took a pass from Ryan Dayl and rifled a shot past Jordon…Exactly one minute later Huff talled his first of the game as he took a pass from Avery and fired a shot over Jordon’s glove to give Hood a 3-0 lead after 2…

    SMCC would stike just 14 sec into the 3rd as #30 took a feed from #10 a went end to end and beat Foster to cut the lead to 3-1…Huff would get that goal back on the ensuing face-off as he also went end to end and fired a back-hand that went of the cross bar and in…SMCC would again cut the lead to 2 goals when #3 picked a loose puck a fired a shot that beat Foster…Vogel would put the game away as he picked up a puck in the slot and beat Jordon over the glove to seal Hood 5-2 win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 5 SMCC 2

    1st period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    SMCC #14 2 Trip @ 9:57

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #0 Nick Avery 3 ( #9 Chris Huff) @ 3:51

    2-0 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 7 ( #11 Ryan Daly, #9 Kevin Boyce) @ 9:58 pp

    3-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 1 ( #0 Nick Avery, #0 Marc Stannard ) @ 10:58

    Penalties

    SMCC #9 2 Trip @ 8:14

    Goals

    3-1 SMCC #30 (#0) @ :14

    4-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 (Unassisted) @ :39

    4-2 SMCC #3 (Unassisted) @ 2:17

    5-2 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 8 (Unassisted) @ 9:02

    Penalties

    SMCC # 2 2 Trip @ 5:13

    Hood #5 Bobby Basinet 2 High-Stick @ 11:39

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 20 shots, 18 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 27 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 3-1-1 7 points: SMCC 2-2 4 points

  155. SMCC ( 3-2) scored 4 late goals to pull away for the P.Fire Dept (0-5) in an 8-3 win on Sunday night…

    PFD would strike first as John Brennon would take a feed from Kevin Hardy and rifle a shot past Lincoln Jordon just 23 sec in for his 1st of the game and 7th of the year to give PFD a 1-0 lead…SMCC would tie it up @ the 5:36 mark as #9 would pick up a loose puck and find the back on the net…#3 on SMCC would make a nice pass to #9 just over 3 minute later to give SMCC a 2-1 lead…#13 on SMCC would go end to end and beat goalie Kai Becksvoort to round out the scroing in the 1st…3-1 SMCC

    Just over half-way though the 2nd, Brennan would strike for his 2nd of the game and 8th of the year as he picked up the loose change and buried it into the back of the net to cut the lead in half…SMCC would again get a 2 goal lead before the 2nd ended of a nice passing play the went #20 to #2 to #9 to the back on the net….4-2 after 2…

    PFD would not go away quietly as Josh Perry took a feed from Gary Plamondon and fluttered a shot that eluded the glove of Jordon to cut the lead to one…SMCC would quickly dash any hope of a comeback though as the would score four straight times to end the game: the first was Craig Dudley tipping home a nice feed from #7…#3 would then score two quick goals the first on an assist from #2 and the 2nd on an assist from #20 to make it 7-3…#13 would round out the scoring for SMCC by going end to end to salt the game away…

    Box Score

    Score

    SMCC 8 PFD 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 PFD #16 John Brennon 7 ( #14 Kevin Hardy ) @ :23

    1-1 SMCC #9 (Unassisted) @ 5:36

    2-1 SMCC #16 ( #3) @ 8:10

    3-1 SMCC #13 (unassisted) @ 11:49

    Penalties

    None

    2nd period

    Goals

    3-2 PFD #16 John Brennon 8 (Unassisted) @ 7:10

    4-2 SMCC #9 ( #2, #20) @ 9:40

    Penalties

    PFD #14 Kevin Hardy 2 Interference @ 3:09

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 PFD #18 Josh Perry 1 ( #2 Gary Plamondon) @ 2:45

    5-3 SMCC #12 ( #7) @ 5:20

    6-3 SMCC # 3 ( #2) @ 6:14

    7-3 SMCC #3 ( #20) @ 9:01

    8-3 SMCC #13 (Unassisted) @ 9:34

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 14 shots, 11 Saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 37 shots, 29 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 3-2 6 points: PFD 0-5 0 points

  156. Hood (4-1-1) held onto a lead after a late scare to defeat Atlantic (1-4) 7-6 to jump into 1st place for the time being on Sunday night…

    Atlantic would strike first on the night when Tim Bryant would tip home a nice feed from John Cushing…Kevin Boyce would tie up the game for Hood just over a minute later as he banged home a reboud of a Ryan Daly shot…Chris Huff would tally on the power play as he picked up the loose changed a buried a shot behind Joe Parker to give Hood a 2-1 lead…#0 would tie it up for Atlantic with time winding down in the period as he took a feed from Mark Embury and slipped a shot under the sliding Joe Foster…

    Cushing would take a pass from Bryant and beat Foster to give Atlantic a short-lived 3-2 lead…Just over a minute later William Sampson would tie the game on a screen shot off a face-off win from Stanley Sampson….Huff again would go end to end to give a beat Parker to give Hood a 4-3 lead with just over 4 minutes left in the 2nd…Nick Avery would take a pass from Greg Meehan and beat Parker just before the buzzer to give Hood a 5-3 lead after 2…

    Cushing and Bryant would hook up again just :39 sec into the 3rd to cut the lead in half…Marc Stannard would extend the lead to 2 goals off a feed from Avery and 29 sec later Scott Vogel would find the back of the net for the 9th time of the year off a feed Avery to give Hood what seemed like a comfortable 7-4 lead…Atlantic would get back in the game when Joe Sturtevant scored the prettiest goal of the night as he picked up a loose puck and walked past the D and rifled a shot off the cross-bar and in…Cody Norton would take a feed from Cushing and beat Foster for his 2nd goal of the year and to pull Atlantic to within one but Foster made 3 key late saves to preserve the W for Hood…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 7 Atlantic 6

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 4 ( # 7 John Cushing , #9 Joe Sturtevant ) @ 4:35

    1-1 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 2 ( #5 Stanley Sampson , #11 Ryan Daly) @ 5:49

    2-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 3 (Unassisted) @ 9:47 pp

    2-2 ATL #0 1 ( #17 Mark Embury) @ 13:41

    Penalties

    ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 2 Hook @ 9:02

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 ATL # 7 John Cushing 4 ( #15 Tim Bryant ) @ 2:05

    3-3 Hood #666 William Sampson 1 ( #5 Stanley Sampson , #11 Ryan Daly) @ 3:08

    4-3 Hood #9 Chris Huff 4 (Unassisted) @ 9:27

    5-3 Hood #0 Nick Avery 4 ( #9 Chris Huff, #33 Greg Meehan) @ 13:49

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-4 ATL # 7 John Cushing 5 ( #15 Tim Bryant) @ :39

    6-4 Hood #0 Marc Stannard 1 ( #0 Nick Avery) @ 6:20

    7-4 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 9 ( #0 Marc Stannard , #0 Nick Avery) @ 6:49

    7-5 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 1 (Unassisted) @ 7:49

    7-6 ATL #41 Cody Norton 2 ( # 7 John Cushing , #17 Mark Embury ) @ 11:49

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 27 shots, 21 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 23 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 4-1-1 9 points: Atlantic 1-4 2 points

  157. In a battle for first place on Tuesday night BH Milliken (5-1)showed why they are 2 time defending champs with a convincing 5-0 win over Carter’s (4-1)…

    The first period belonged to the goalies as Mike Payne and Mike Rullo both stopped every shot sent their way…

    The Ice breaker was scored just 1:45 into the 2nd as Andy Sosa took a beautiful feed Ron Giroux and broke in alone on Rullo and fired a shot up and over his glove…1-0 after 2…

    Milliken would blow open a tight game with 3 goals in just over a 4 minute span in the 3rd…Sousa would again find the back of the net of a nice pass from Matt Martelle…Scott Libby would bang home a rebound of a Jeff Sampson shot and exactly one minute later John Harvery would strike for his 3rd of the year on the power play of a nice feed from Giroux…Gabe Gumiond would round out the scoring in the final minute of a nice pass from Libby….5-0 Final

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 5 Carter’s 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    BH #24 Scott Libby 2 Hold @ 3:16

    CAR #16 Troy Anctil 2 Trip @ 6:53

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #49 Andy Sousa 3 ( #44 Ron Giroux) @ 1:45

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-0 BH #49 Andy Sousa 4 ( #20 Matt Martelle) @ 4:47

    3-0 BH #24 Scott Libby 5 ( #88 Jeff Sampson) @ 6:51

    4-0 BH # 15 John Harvey 3 ( #44 Ron Giroux, #0 Mike Payne) @ 7:51 pp

    5-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 6 ( #24 Scott Libby) @ 12:14

    Penalties

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 High-Stick @ 7:11

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 12 shots, 12 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 30 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 5-1 10 points: Carter’s 4-1 8 points

  158. The Tradesman (3-2) lead by netminder Dan Morgan beat HVAC (2-3-1) 2-1 in a shoot-out in the night cap Tuesday night…

    The whole game belonged to the goalies: both Morgan and Shawn Cohen kicked aside every shot sent their way during the 1st period of action…

    The only tally of the 2nd period was off a beautiful passing play between Charlie Elwell and Jim Duest: a nice give a go and Elwell hammered into the back of the twine…1-0 HVAC after 2…

    Chris Neault would finally do something useful as he tied the game off a 3rd chance opportunity as Cohen stoned Roland Duquette and Noah Miner before Neault was able to bang home his 2nd of the year…Cohen and Morgan would shut everybody down the rest of the way and force the game into a shoot-out…Miner would score to put the Tradesman up but Rob Cambell would tie it up and send it to a 4th shooter before #0 fired home the winner and Morgan stopped Duest to give the Tradesman the W…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 2 HVAC 1 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    HVAC #3 Mike Nataupsky 2 Hold @ 9:28

    TRA #11 Pete Toohey 2 Interference @ 11:42

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 2 ( #5 Jim Duest ) @ 10:18

    Penalties

    TRA #0 Doug Sernac 2 Hook @ :46

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Trip @ 5:08

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-1 TRA #0 Chris Neault 2 ( # 24 Noah Miner, # 4 Roland Duquette ) @ 2:07

    Penalties

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Trio @ 2:36

    Tradesman win the shoot-out 2-1

    Goalies: Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 26 shots, 25 saves): HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 21 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 3-2 6 points: HVAC 2-3-1 5 points

  159. Carter’s (5-1) score 3 late goals to rally for an 8-7 victory over Hood (4-2-1) in action on Sunday night…

    If you like defense don’t read this recap!!!! Nick Avery score his first goal of three goals to stake Hood to a 1-0 lead just :39 sec into the game…John Spring would pick off a cross ice pass a rifled a shot past Joe Foster to tie it up @ 1 4 minute later…Avery would tip home a pass from Chris Huff just over half-way though the first to give Hood a shot lived 2-1 lead…Troy Anctil would bury a beautiful pass from Pete Mirehouse on a 2 on 1 to tie the score up @ 2 after 1…

    Ken Anctil would give Carter’s a 3-2 lead of a pass from Jake Allen 4:13 into the 2nd…Scott Vogel would break in all alone on Mike Rullo and slip a shot under his pads to tie the game @ 3 while shorthanded…But K Anctil would give Carter’s back it’s one goal lead of a pass from T Anctil off the ensuring face-off…Huff would tie the game up at four of a feed from Stanley Sampson with just over four minutes left in the 2nd…4-4- after 2…

    K Anctil would finish off the hat-trick 1:14 into the 3rd to give Carter’s a 5-4 lead…Vogel would add his 11th of the year off a feed from Huff to tie the game @ 5 2:59 into the 3rd….Avery would finish off his hat-trick with an unassisted tally 5:47 into the 3rd of a nice break-away goal and Marc Stannard would take a feed from Avery and fire a shot past Rullo to give Hood a 7-5 lead with just over 6 minute left…K Anctil would add his 4th off the game of a feed from T Anctil to cut the lead in half and T. Anctil would tie it up a 7 when he picked off a pass and rifled a shot past Foster…Spring who started off the scoring for carter;s would also net the game winner on a Power Play as he took a feed from T. Anctil and rifled home the GWG…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 8 Hood 7

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #0 Nick Avery 5 ( #9 Chris Huff, #69 Scott Vogel) @ :39

    1-1 CAR #17 John Spring 6 (Unassisted) @ 4:32

    2-1 Hood #0 Nick Avery 6 ( #9 Chris Huff, #0 Marc Stannard) @ 7:07

    2-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 6 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse , #61 Jake Allen) @ 8:27

    Penalties

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 6 ( #61 Jake Allen) @ 4:13

    3-3 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 10 (Unassisted) @ 5:45 sh

    4-3 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 7 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #61 Jake Allen) @ 6:29 pp

    4-4 Hood #9 Chris Huff 5 ( #5 Bobby Basinet , #5 Stanley Sampson) @ 9:14

    Penalties

    Hood #0 Marc Stannard 2 Rough @ 4:53

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-4 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 8 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #8 Pete Mirehouse ) @ 1:14

    5-5 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 11 ( #9 Chris Huff) @ 2:59

    6-5 Hood #0 Nick Avery 7 ( Unassisted) @ 5:47

    7-5 Hood #0 Marc Stannard 2 ( #0 Nick Avery ) @ 7:12

    7-6 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 9 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 7:56

    7-7 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 7 ( Unassisted) @ 9:38

    8-7 CAR #17 John Spring 7 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #18 Greg Shapiro) @ 10:40 pp

    Penalties

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 Rough @ 6:11

    Car #61 Jake Allen 2 Rough @ 6:11

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Trip @ 10:23

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 24 shots, 17 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 26 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 5-1 10 points: Hood 4-2-1 9 points

  160. John Cushing would have 3 goals and 4 assist to pace Atlantic (2-4) to a 12-0 win over PFD (0-6) in the night cap on Sunday night…

    Tim Bryant the goon would take a penalty and it would for Atlantic;s advantage as the scored twice while short a man…Cushing would take a feed from Joe Sturtevant to open up the scoring and Cody Norton would tap home his 3rd of the year for a 2-0 lead…Sturtevant and Cushing would tally once and twice respectfully to end the period…5-0 Atlantic…

    #0 would tally twice to start the 2nd period to give Atlantic a 7-0 lead and Sturtevant would take a feed from cushing for a 8-0 score after 2…

    Mark Embury would tally twice both assisted by Cushing with a goal by Eric McCue sandwich in between and it was 11-0…Sturtevant would get the hat-tick with just over 1 minute left to round out the scoring…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 12 PFD 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 6 ( #9 Joe Sturtevant) @ 1:44 sh

    2-0 ATL #41 Cody Norton 3 ( #0) @ 2:15 sh

    3-0 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 2 (unassisted) @ 3:00

    4-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 7 ( #22 Robyn Smith , #17 Mark Embury ) @ 6:47

    5-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 8 ( #15 Tim Bryant) @ 13:58

    Penalties

    ATL #15 Tim Bryant 2 Trip @ :24

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-0 ATL #0 1 ( #15 Tim Bryant) @ :45

    7-0 ATL #0 2 ( #15 Tim Bryant , # 7 John Cushing) @ 7:17

    8-0 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 3 ( # 7 John Cushing , #41 Cody Norton) @ 8:14

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    9-0 ATL #17 Mark Embury 1 ( # 7 John Cushing , #15 Tim Bryant) @ 2:48

    10-0 ATL #11 Eric McCue 1 (Unassisted) @ 6:20

    11-0 ATL #17 Mark Embury 2 ( # 7 John Cushing , #9 Joe Sturtevant ) @ 11:52

    12-0 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 4 ( #11 Eric McCue , #41 Cody Norton) @ 12:47

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 5 shots, 5 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 41 shots, 29 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 2-4 4 points: PFD 0-6 0 points

  161. Scott Fletcher scored in the 4th round of the shoot-out to give HVAC (3-3-1) a 4-3 shoot-out victory over SMCC (3-2-1) Tuesday night…

    Charlie Elwell opened up the scoring on the night @ the 4:18 mark of the 1st as he picked up a loose puck that was misplayed by SMCC D and found the back of the net for his 3rd of the year: HVAC 1-0…#9 on SMCC would go end to end to tie the game just over 3 minute later as his wirst shot found it’s way past Shawn Cohen….

    Mid-way though the 2nd Rob Cambell would puck up a loose puck come in on a break-way and beat Lincoln Jordon on a break-away with his backhand to give HVAC a 2-1 lead…Just over one minute later #6 on SMCC would bang home a rebound of a shot from #13 to tie the game at two…With the clock ticking down in the period Cambell would strike again taking a feed from Paul Miller and rifling a shot over Jordon’s glove to give HVAC a 3-2 lead after 2…

    The 3rd period belonged to both goalies as Jordon and Cohen both stopped each shot sent their way, until the dying seconds when #6 on SMCC lifted a rebound shot from #9 to tie the game at three and send it into a shootout…

    Both goalies would stop the first three shooters to come their way both Fletcher would fire a low shot stick side that froze Jordon to give HVAC the two points…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 SMCC 3 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 3 (Unassisted) @ 4:18

    1-1 SMCC #9 (Unassisted) @ 7:22

    Penalties

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Trip @ 10:13

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 2 ( Unassisted) @ 7:45

    2-2 SMCC #6 ( #0, #13) @ 8:57

    3-2 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 3 ( #8 Paul Miller, #14 Aaron Rice) @ 13:40

    Penalties

    SMCC #9 2 Trip @ 4:12

    HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 2 Rough @ 10:36

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 SMCC #6 ( #9) @ 13:23

    Penalties

    SMCC #2 2 Trip @ 2:48

    HVAC #8 Paul Miller 2 Trip @ 3:55

    SMCC #0 To many skaters @ 6:19

    SMCC #9 2 Board @ 6:50

    HVAC #0 Shawn Cohen 2 Interference @ 7:24

    HVAC #4 Dave Marasso 2 Hook @ 13:45

    HVAC Wins SO 1-0

    # 10 Scott Fletcher GWG SO goal

    Goalies: HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 25 shots, 22 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 23 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 3-3-1 7 points: SMCC 3-2-1 7 points

  162. #55 for the Tradesman(4-2) score with 1:08 left to break a 2-2 deadlock with Sebago Brew (2-2-2) and lift the Tradesman to a 3-2 win…

    #55 tallied the only goal in the first period 2:18 in as he picked up the loose change and back-handed and shot over Julian Kaelin glove to give the Trdaesman a 1-0 lead after 1…

    The 2nd period would belong to Sebago as the would tally twice to take a 2-1 lead after 2…The first goal was a beautiful tip by Kevin Hopkins off a Chad Gillis slap shot that went up and over Dan Morgan’s glove…1:30 later Fitser would pick up a loose puck and break down the left win and rifle a shot that went roof over Morgan’s glove….

    Randy Corbett would tie the game 1:18 into the 3rd as he took a feed from Eric Brewer and ripped a shot under the cross-bar and in…That left the heroics up to #55 as he took a feed from Noah Miner and broke in 2 on 1 and rifled a shot over Kaelin’s glove to give the Tradesman a 3-2 win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 3 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #55 1 (Unassisted) @ 2:18

    Penalties

    SB #19 Tom Forgues 2 Trip @ 8:28

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 ( #2 Chad Gillis, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 3:00

    2-1 SB #3 Scott Fitser 3 (Unassisted) @ 4:31

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 2 ( #25 Eric Brewer ) @ 1:18

    3-2 TRA #55 2 ( # 24 Noah Miner ) @ 12:52

    Penalties

    TRA #4 Roland Duquette 2 Slash @ 3:42

    TRA # 24 Noah Miner 2 Hold @ 5:18

    TRA # 24 Noah Miner 2 Hook @ 13:48

    Goalies: Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 24 shots, 22 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 25 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 4-2 8 points: Sebago Brew 2-2-2 6 points

  163. Julian Kaelin made 26 saves and Jay Lachance had 1 goals and 2 assist to lead Sebago Brew (3-2-2) to a 5-2 win over Carter’s (5-2) on Thursday night…

    Carter’s would get an early start just 1:05 into the first period as Troy Anctil would tally his 8th of the year taking a pass from John Spring and rifling a shot over Kaelin’s glove….Just over two minutes later #0 would pick off a pass and find the back on the net to even the score at one…Lachance would score with time ticking down in the period as he picked up some loose change and was able to beat Mike Rullo on a break-away to give Sebago a 2-1 lead after 1…

    #0 would tally his 2nd of the game on a beautiful goals as he walked past two D man and beat Rullo with a nice backhand to extend to lead to two…#30 on Sebago would add to the lead with his first of the year with one minute leaft in the 2nd as he hopped on a loose puck behind Rullo and banged it home off a shot from Lachance… 4-1 after 2….

    Carter’s would try and get back into the game as Pete Mathieau stepped out of the penalty box and took a feed from Anctil and fired a shot that fooled Kaelin….But Scott Fitser would salt the game away with just over 3 minute left, taking a pass from the just recently unretired Nat Germond and finding the back of the net for a 5-2 win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 5 Carter’s 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 8 ( #17 John Spring) @ 1:05

    1-1 SB #0 1 ( #3 Scott Fitser , #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 3:12

    2-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 3 (Unassisted) @ 13:06

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 SB #0 2 ( Unassisted) @ 12:17

    4-1 SB #30 1 ( #0, #4 Jay Lachance ) @ 13:00

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 CAR #26 Pete Mathieau 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil, #17 John Spring) @ 6:48

    5-2 SB #3 Scott Fitser 4 ( #37 Nat Germond, #4 Jay Lachance) @ 10:28

    Penalties

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Trip @ 2:47

    CAR #26 Pete Mathieau 2 Hook @ 3:12

    SB #37 Nat Germond 2 Trip @ 4:59

    Goalies: Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 28 shots, 26 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 24 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 3-2-2 8 points: Carter’s 5-2 10 points

  164. BH Milliken(6-1) won it’s 6 in a row with a 14-3 defeat over the P.Fire Dept (0-7) on Sunday night…

    Milliken would leave no doubt in this game as they would score 7 times in the first period against the short-handed PFD squad…Gabe Gumiond had 3 goals while Scott Libby, Matt Martelle, Ron Giroux amd #8 each tallied a goal…

    John Harvey would score early in the 2nd to extend the lead to 8 and then Giroux would get his 2nd 3rd and 4th of the night before PFD would tally it’s first goal as John Denham would take a nice feed from Tim Bryant and rifle a shot over goaltender Mike Payne…11-1 after 2…

    Libby, #8 and Harvey would tally for Milliken in the 3rd while Denham would add his 2nd of the night for PFD accounting for the 14-3 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 14 PFD 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 7 ( # 15 John Harvey) @ :40

    2-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 8 ( #8) @ 3:30

    3-0 BH #8 2 (Unassisted) @ 5:11

    4-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 9 (Unassisted) @ 5:49

    5-0 BH #24 Scott Libby 6 ( #8, #44 Ron Giroux) @ 7:12

    6-0 BH #20 Matt Martelle 4 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 9:26

    7-0 BH #44 Ron Giroux 2 (Unassisted) @ 12:10

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    8-0 BH John Harvey 4 (#44 Ron Giroux #20 Matt Martelle) @ 2:01

    9-0 BH #44 Ron Giroux 3 (Unassisted) @ 5:42

    10-0 BH #44 Ron Giroux 4 ( # 15 John Harvey, # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 7:31

    10-1 PFD # 10 John Denham 1 ( #16 Sean McGoldrick , #10 Tim Bryant ) @ 12:10

    11-1 BH #44 Ron Giroux 5 ( #24 Scott Libby) @ 13:20

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    12-1 BH #24 Scott Libby 7 (Unassisted) @ 1:46

    12-2 PFD # 10 John Denham 2 ( #16 Sean McGoldrick , #10 Tim Bryant ) @ 2:52

    13-2 BH #8 3 ( #44 Ron Giroux ) @ 3:54

    14-2 BH John Harvey 5 (#44 Ron Giroux #20 Matt Martelle) @ 11:35

    14-3 PFD #10 Tim Bryant 1 ( #13 Scott Krum) @ 13:55

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 14 shots, 11 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 37 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 6-1 12 points: PFD 0-7 0 points

  165. Atlantic(3-4) scored four first period goals and withheld a furious rally from HVAC (3-4-1) to hold onto a 6-4 decision on Sunday night…

    John Cushing with his 9th of the year would open up the scoring 3:13 when he tipped home a pass from Sean McGoldrick to give Atlantic a 1-0 lead…Tim Bryant would make it 2-0 off a nice feed from Mark Embury just over half-way though the first and Bryant would strike again just over 30 sec latter rifling home a pass from Cushing for a 3-0 Altantic lead…McGoldrick would make it 4-0 off a give and go with Cushing…4-0 after 1…

    HVAC would settle the ship in the 2nd period and score the only goal with 32 sec left when Paul Miller banged home his 7th on the year on a rebound of an Arron Rice shot to cut the lead to 3…

    Rob Cambell would take a feed from Charlie Elwell and bury a shot past Joe Parker 1:09 into the 3rd to cut the lead to 4-2…Just over three minutes later Miller would strike again as he took a pass from Scott Fletcher and let a shot go that went over Parker’s glove to cut the lead to one…Cushing would resotre a two goal lead with his 2nd of the game and 10th of the year by picking up the loose change and finding the back of the net…HVAC wouldn’t go away quietly as Jim Duest banged home a rebound of a Rob Cambell shot to cut the lead to 5-4…Eric Mccue would seal the game away for Atlantic as he buried a feed from Cushing with just over 3 minute left to play to give Atlantic a 6-4 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 6 HVAC 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 9 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick) @ 3:13

    2-0 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 5 ( #17 Mark Embury, #9 Joe Sturtevant) @ 7:11

    3-0 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 6 ( # 7 John Cushing, #11 Eric McCue) @ 7:54

    4-0 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 4 ( # 7 John Cushing) @ 10:09

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-1 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 7 ( #14 Aaron Rice, # 10 Scott Fletcher) @ 13:28

    Penalties

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Trip @ 3:24

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 4 ( #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 1:09

    4-3 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 8 ( # 10 Scott Fletcher, #5 Jim Duest) @ 4:08

    5-3 ATL # 7 John Cushing 10 (Unassisted) @ 5:09

    5-4 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 4 ( #11 Rob Cambell, #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 9:39

    6-4 ATL #11 Eric McCue 2 ( # 7 John Cushing , #22 Robyn Smith) @ 10:19

    Penalties

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 High-Stick @ 7:43

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 21 shots, 17 saves): HVAC Dan Morgan ( 27 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 3-4 6 points: HVAC 3-4-1 7 points

  166. Eric Brewer scored two goals in a span of 57 seconds late in the 2nd period and Dan Morgan kicked aside 27 shots as the Tradesman (5-2) beat SMCC (3-3-1) in action on Tuesday night…

    SMCC would open the scoring as #15 picked up the loose change of a shot from #2 and roofed a shot over Morgan’s glove @ the 4:57 mark…Mark Kemper would tie the score at 1 for the Tradesman as he banged home a Roland Duquette shot that had slid behind netminder Lincoln Jordon….1-1 after 1…

    Noah Miner would pick off a pass walk in alone on Jordon and fire a shot up and over his glove :49 sec into the 2nd to give the Tradesman a 2-1 lead…SMCC would tie the game @ the 3:09 mark when #30 took a feed from #9 and fired a shot the eluded Morgan…This set -up Brewer two late 2nd period goals: the first was off a nice feed from Randy Corbett and the 2nd was off a misplay by the SMCC D and Brewer score with a wrap-around…4-2 After 2…

    Dan Morgan would be the story of the 3rd period as he kicked aside 14 of the 15 shots he faced with the only dent in the Armour coming off a solo rush by #6 for SMCC…4-3 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 4 SMCC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #15 (#2) @ 4:57

    1-1 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 2 ( # 4 Roland Duquette , # 66 Ron Smith ) @ 8:29

    Penalties

    TRA # 24 Noah Miner 2 Trip @ 12:36

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 4 (Unassisted) @ :49

    2-2 SMCC #30 (#9, #6) @ 3:09

    3-2 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 1 ( #8 Randy Corbett, #11 Pete Toohey) @ 11:34

    4-2 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 2 (#11 Pete Toohey) @ 12:31

    Penalties

    SMCC #9 2 Trip @ 7:02

    SMCC #2 2 Slash @ 9:14

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 SMCC #6 (Unassisted) @ 8:15

    Penalties

    TRA #21 Mark Kemper 2 Hook @ 2:01

    TRA #0 Chris Neault 2 High-Stick @ 9:33

    SMCC #2 2 Body-Check @ 10:10

    TRA #25 Eric Brewer 2 Hook @ 10:50

    Goalies: Tradesman : Dan Morgan (30 shots, 27 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon (16 shots, 12 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 5-2 10 points: SMCC 3-3-1 7 points

  167. SMCC (4-3-1) put a stop to BH Milliken (6-2) win streak by scoring four 3rd period goals to break open a tight 1-1 deadlock….

    #25 for BH Milliken opened up the scoring half-way though the first taking a pass from Jeff Sampson and tapping a shot pass Lincoln Jordon…The period would end with Milliken holding a 1-0 lead and it would be the last dent in Jordon’s armor…

    With just over 3 minute left in the 2nd SMCC would tie the score up when #2 took a feed from #9 and buried a shot past Mike Payne…1-1 after 2…

    #13 would scoring the eventual game winner 3:45 into the 3rd taking a pass from #30 and finding the back of the net for a 2-1 SMCC lead…SMCC would blow the game open as #30 would tap home a back-door pass from #13 to make it a three goal lead and 8 sec later #11 would find the back of the net off a feed from #30…#5 would score into the empty net to secure the 5-1 win…Lincoln Jordon was solid in net kicking aside 22 of 23 shots he faced…

    Box Score

    Score

    SMCC 5 BH Milliken 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #25 1 ( #88 Jeff Sampson, #20 Matt Martelle) @ 6:55

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SMCC #2 (#9, #14) @ 10:48

    Penalties

    SMCC #2 2 Trip @ 2:50

    BH #24 Scott Libby 2 Hook @ 3:55

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SMCC #13 (#30) @ 3:45

    3-1 SMCC #30 ( #13, #11 ) @ 9:02

    4-1 SMCC #11 (#30) @ 9:10

    5-1 SMCC #5 (Unassisted) en @ 13:57

    Penalties

    SMCC #14 2 Cross-Check @ 11:35

    BH #20 Matt Martelle 2 Body-Check @ 12:22

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 23 shots, 22 saves): BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 22 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 4-3 1 9 points: BH Milliken 6-2 12 points

  168. Atlantic(4-4) won it’s 4th straight game with a 6-1 victory over Carter’s(5-3) on Thursday night behind John Cushing four goals and one assist…

    Cushing would score the only goal in the first period with just over 4 mins. left…1-0 after 1…

    27 sec into the 2nd Cushing would strike again as he buried a feed from #17…Cushing would complete his hat trick with just over 3 mins. left in the 2nd off a nice pass from Sean McGoldrick 3-0 after 2…

    Cushing would add his fourth of the game and league leading 14th of the year off of a pass from McGoldrick…Carter’s would cut the lead to 3 when Troy Anctil buried a feed from Pete Mirehouse half way through the 3rd just over 2 mins later McGoldrick would find the back of the net to seal the victory for Atlantic…

    Box Score:

    Score

    Atlantic 6 Carter’s 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 11 ( #0, #0) @ 9:44

    Penalties

    ATL #0 2 Trip @ 6:03

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 12 ( #17) @:27

    3-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 13 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick ) @ 10:49

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 14 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick , #17 Mark Embury) @ 2:37

    4-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 9 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 7:35

    5-1 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 5 ( #0) @ 9:57

    6-1 ATL #17 1 ( # 7 John Cushing ) @ 13:50

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker (12 shots, 11 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 42 shots, 36 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 4-4 8 points: Carter’s 5-3 10 points

  169. Sebago (4-2-2) Would strike for 5 goals in the 2nd period to pull away from PFD (0-8) and collect a 8-3 victory…

    PFD would strike first when John Brennon took a feed from Sheldon Gregoire and rifled a shot over Julian Kaelin’s glove…Just over 1 min later Jay LaChance blasted home a pass from Brian Johnson to tie the game…Gene St Cyr would tap home a rebound of a Mike Pomerleau shot to give Sebago a 1 goal lead…Brennon would go coast to coast to tie the game up… 2-2 after 1…

    Then the 2nd period belonged to Sebago as they struck for 5 unanswered goals…Pomerleau would tally twice LaChance would add his 2nd and Dwight Doucette, Tom Forgues would also tally in the period to give Sebago a 7-2 lead after 2…

    Brennon would complete the hat trick and pull PFD within 4 on another nice individual effort…LaChance would pick up his 3rd of the game to seal the 8-3 win for Sebago…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 8 PFD 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 PFD #16 John Brennon 8 ( #6 Sheldon Gregoire) @ 3:03

    1-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 4 ( #8 Brian Johnson, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 4:42

    2-1 SB #22 Gene St Cyr 1 ( #91 Mike Pomerleau, #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 10:12

    2-2 PFD #16 John Brennon 9 (Unassisted) @ 11:27

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 1 ( #11 Dwight Doucette, #4 Jay Lachance) @ 3:16

    4-2 SB #19 Tom Forgues 8 ( #8 Brian Johnson) @ 5:51

    5-2 SB #11 Dwight Doucette 2 ( #8 Brian Johnson) @ 6:48

    6-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 5 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 10:26

    7-2 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 2 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 11:23

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-3 PFD #16 John Brennon 10 (Unassisted) @ 5:30

    8-3 SB #4 Jay Lachance 6 ( #91 Mike Pomerleau, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 8:23

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 18 shots, 15 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 25 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 4-2-2 10 points: PFD 0-8 0 points

  170. Hood (5-2-1) would score four timea in the 2nd period to blow open a close game and give them a 7-2 W over the Tradesman (5-3)….

    Hood would tally the only goal of the first period as #11 tipped home a pass from Nick Avery for a 1-0 Hood lead…Avery would take a feed from Marc Stannard and bury a shot past Dan Morgan for a 2-0 Hood lead after 1…

    William Sampson would take a feed from Stanley Sampson and fire a shot past Morgan for a 3-0 lead 39 sec into the 2nd….Noah Miner would cut the lead to two goals as he pounded home a rebound off a Mark Kemper shot less than a minute later…Avery would stike again to extend the lead to three goals off a feed from Stannard and then Hood would stike for two goals in 30 sec to one by Nate Dionne and the other by Ryan Daly to give Hood a 6-1 lead after 2…

    Dionne would strike again just 53 sec into the 3rd with an unassisted tally and a 7-1 lead….Randy Corbett would round out the scoring on a beautiful shot off a break-out pass from Chris Neault….7-2 Final.

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 7 Tradesman 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #11 1 ( #0 Nick Avery, #0 Marc Stannard) @ :26

    2-0 Hood #0 Nick Avery 8 ( #0 Marc Stannard, #33 Greg Meehan) @ 11:46

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 Hood #666 William Sampson 2 ( #5 Stanley Sampson) @ :39

    3-1 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 5 ( #21 Mark Kemper, #0 Nate Becker) @ 1:45

    4-1 Hood #0 Nick Avery 9 ( #0 Marc Stannard, #69 Scott Vogel ) @ 4:29

    5-1 Hood #17 Nate Dionne 4 ( #666 William Sampson, #0 Nick Avery ) @ 11:18

    6-1 Hood #11 Ryan Daly 2 ( #0 Nick Avery, #0 Marc Stannard ) @ 11:51

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-1 Hood #17 Nate Dionne 5 (Unassisted) @ :53

    7-2 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 3 ( #0 Chris Neault, #0 Nate Becker) @ 6:43

    Penalties

    TRA #66 Ron Smith 2 Rough @ 7:24

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 23 shots, 21 saves): Tradesman Dan Morgan (34 shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 5-2-1 11 points: Tradesman 5-3 10 points

  171. HVAC (4-4-1) would strike for three goals in just over 3 minutes in the 3rd for a 3-1 come from behind victory over Sebago Brew (4-3-2)…

    Jay Lachance would rife home his 7th of the year just 47 sec off a nice feed from Brain Johnson to give Sebago a 1-0 lead….The rest of the period belonged to netminder Shawn Cohen and Julian Kaelin…

    The 2nd Period belonged to Kaelin and Cohen as well as they kicked aside all the shots sen in their direction…

    With just over 4 minutes left in the game Rob Cambell would take a break-out pass from Scott Fletcher and lift a backhander over Kaelin to tie the game @ 1…Less than a minute later Arron rice would rife home his 6th of the year off a nice feed from Paul Miller for the GWG…With just over a minute left Steve Perry would salt the game away with a beautiful individual effort that ended up with a back shot that went up and over Kaelin to give HVAC a 3-1 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 3 Sebago Brew 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 7 (#8 Brian Johnson, #3 Scott Fitser) @ :47

    Penalties

    SB #11 Dwight Doucette 2 Trip @ 13:50

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-1 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 5 ( # 10 Scott Fletcher ) @ 9:54

    2-1 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 6 ( #8 Paul Miller ) @ 10:32

    3-1 HVAC #6 Steve Perry 2 (Unassisted) @ 12:52

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 18 shots, 17 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 33 shots, 30 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 4-4-1 9 points: Sebago Brew 4-3-2 10 points

  172. Hood (6-2-1) would vault BH Milliken(6-3) into first place when the held onto a 5-4 victory on Tuesday night…

    Hood would strike for the first three goals of the game…The first was when Andy Slefinger made a nice pass to Chris Huff who fired a shot up and over Mike Payne 2:43 into the game…Hood would expand the lead to 2 goals when Stanley Sampson tipped home a pass from Selfinger @ the 8:17 mark….Scott Vegel would find the back of the net for his 13th off a nice feed from Nick Avery to give Hood a 3-0 lead…Nick Porto would get one back for Milliken in the dying seconds of the first when he took a feed from Kevin Colangelo a beat Joe Foster with a shot…3-1 after 1….

    BH Milliken would cut the lead to one when Jeff Sampson took a feed from Scott Libby a rifled a shot past Foster…Slefinger would get the two goal lead back for Hood when he took a feed from William Sampson and buried a shot into the back of the net 4-2 after 2…

    Slefinger would add his 2nd of the game off a feed from S Sampson as he found the five hole on Mike Payne for a 5-2 Hood lead…Milliken wouldn’t go away quietly as J Sampson would take a feed from Ron Giroux and cut the deficit down to two goals…Giroux would cut the lead to one as he pick off a pass a slid a shot under Foster….Foster would make a great save right before the buzzer to give Hood a W and sole position of first place…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 5 BH Milliken 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 6 ( #0 Andy Slefinger) @ 2:43

    2-0 Hood #5 Stanley Sampson 3 ( #0 Andy Slefinger) @ 8:17

    3-0 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 12 ( #0 Nick Avery , #33 Greg Meehan) @ 9:59

    3-1 BH #25 Nick Porto 2 ( #7 Kevin Colangelo) @ 13:37

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    3-2 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 3 ( #24 Scott Libby, # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 9:08

    4-2 Hood #0 Andy Slefinger 1 ( #5 Stanley Sampson , #666 William Sampson) @ 12:59

    Penalties

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 Trip @ 3:55

    BH #0 Kevin Colangelo 2 Rough @ 6:14

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-2 Hood #0 Andy Slefinger 2 ( #5 Stanley Sampson , #666 William Sampson) @ 8:21

    5-3 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 4 ( #44 Ron Giroux) @ 11:42

    5-4 BH #44 Ron Giroux 6 (Unassisted) @ 12:32

    Penalties

    Hood #69 Scott Vogel 2 Rough @ 12:48

    BH #0 Dave Madsen @ Rough @ 12:48

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 19 shots, 15 saves): BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 29 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 6-2-1 13 points: BH MIlliken 6-3 12 points

  173. Carter’s (6-3) struck for four goals in the first five minutes of play in the 3rd period to upend SMCC (4-4-1) 6-4 on Sunday night…

    Ken Anctil would net the only goal of the 1st period taking a nice feed from Pete Mirehouse and lifting a backhander over SMCC netminder Lincoln Jordon…1-0 Carter’s after 1…

    SMCC dominated the 2nd period striking just 1:43 in on a goal Craig Dudley who stuffed home a pass from Kyle Huber to tie the score….#21 on SMCC would pick up a loose puck a rifle a shot over Mike Rullo to give SMCC @ 2-1 lead…Just over half-way through the period John Spring would hop on a loose puck and fire a shot under Jordon to tie the score @ 2…#2 on SMCC would strike with just over 3 minutes left in the 2nd off a feed from #30 to give SMCC a 3-2 lead after 2…

    Spring would tie the game just 1:37 into the 3rd as he rifled home a pass from Mirehouse to tie the score…Just over a minute later Anctil would tip home a beautiful pass from Greg Shapiro to give carter’s the lead for good…1:01 later Anctil would complete the hat-trick taking a pass from #28 and finding the back of the net…Just a minute aftet that the barrage continued as Pete Mathieau would rip home a shot from the point on a power play to give Carter’s a 3 goals lead…SMCC would get one back just over 8 minutes in as #19 picked up a loose puck but that was all Rullo would allow and Carter’s picked up the 6-4 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 6 SMCC 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 10 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #26 Pete Mathieau ) @ 6:38

    Penalties

    CAR #26 Pete Mathieau 2 Trip @ 1:38

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 Check @ 4:00

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SMCC #12 Craig Dudley 3 (#1) @ 1:43

    2-1 SMCC #21 (Unassisted) @ 3:43

    2-2 CAR #17 John Spring 8 (Unassisted) @ 7:16

    3-2 SMCC #2 (#30) @ 11:49

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 CAR #17 John Spring 9 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse ) @ 1:37

    4-3 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 11 ( #18 Greg Shapiro, #0 Jesse Bain) @ 2:51

    5-3 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 12 ( #28, #27 Tim Thornton ) @ 3:02

    6-3 CAR #26 Pete Mathieau 2 ( #7 Ken Anctil ) @ 4:55 pp

    6-4 SMCC #19 (Unassisted) @ 8:03

    Penalties

    SMCC #0 2 Trip @ 4:40

    SMCC #20 2 High-Stick @ 11:51

    SMCC #0 2 Body-Check @ 12:36

    CAR #26 Pete Mathieau 2 Unsport @ 12:36

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 29 shots, 25 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 22 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 6-3 12 points: SMCC 4-4-1 9 points

  174. Jim Wilson a had 5 goals and 1 assist and Mike Rullo kicked aside 36 shots to lead PFD (1-8) to a 6-3 win over the Tradesman (5-4) on Sunday night…

    The first Period belonged to the netminders as Dan Morgan and Rullo kicked aside every shot sent in their direction….

    Wilson would open the scoring @ the 8:08 mark of the 2nd as he was able to fire a shot over Morgan glove to give PFD a 1-0 lead…Noah Miner would tie the game up for the Tradesman as he picked a pass from Chris Fullarton and rifled a shot that tipped of the top of Rullo glove and in 1-1 after 2…

    Roland Duquette would open the scoring with his 8th of the year 3:31 into the 3rd of a nice pass from Miner…Wilson would tie up the game a 2 1:10 later off a nice pass from Scott Krum…Duquette would strike again @ the 5:55 mark taking a pass from Randy Corbett and beating Rullo over the glove to give the Tradesman a 3-2 lead…Wilson would get his hat-trick less than a minute later as he picked off a pass and beat Morgan five hole to tie the game….Wilson off a feed from Krum would take the lead for good for PFD @ the 7:30 mark…Wilson Would strike once again to give PFD a 2 goals lead before setting up John Denham for his 3rd of the year in the dying seconds off the game: Final 6-3 PFD…

    Box Score

    Score

    PFD 6 Tradesman 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 PFD #21 Jim Wilson 1 ( #13 Scott Krum) @ 8:08

    1-1 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 6 ( #3 Chris Fullarton) @ 12:50

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 8 ( # 24 Noah Miner , #21 Mark Kemper) @ 3:31

    2-2 PFD #21 Jim Wilson 2 ( Unassisted) @ 4:41

    3-2 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 9 ( #8 Randy Corbett ) @ 5:55

    3-3 PFD #21 Jim Wilson 3 (Unassisted) @ 6:26

    4-3 PFD #21 Jim Wilson 4 ( #13 Scott Krum) @ 7:30

    5-3 PFD #21 Jim Wilson 5 (Unassisted) @ 8:00

    6-3 PFD # 10 John Denham 3 ( #21 Jim Wilson) @ 13:56

    Penalties

    TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 Hook @ 8:59

    Goalies: PFD Mike Rullo ( 39 shots, 36 saves): Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 22 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    PFD 1-8 2 points: Tradesman 5-4 10 points

  175. #17 (not Mark Embury) :) scored two goals in regulation and the GWG in the SO to give Atlantic (5-4) it’s fifth straight win 5-4 over SMCC (4-4-2)…

    The first period was all goaltending, both Joe Parker and Lincoln Jordon kicked aside every shot they faced….

    SMCC would open the scoring just 15 sec into the 2nd period when #0 picked up a loose puck and fired a shot that beat Parker…#30 would take a feed from #6 and slid a shot past Parker @ the 5:02 mark of the 2nd too give SMCC a 2-0 lead….Tim Bryant would break the ice for Atlantic as he picked off a pass broke in on Jordon and beat him with a nice move to cut the lead in half while shorthanded 2-1 after 2…

    Atlantic would tie the game up as #17 beat Jordon off a nice feed from Bryant 5:51 into the 3rd…#30 would tally his 2nd goal off the game just over 2 minute later off a pass from #13 to give SMCC a short lived 3-2 lead…Sean McGoldrick would tie the game at 3 tipping home a pass from John Cushing…With 1:57 left #17 would tally his 2nd off the game taking a break-out pass from Bryant and beating Jodon glove side for a 4-3 lead….But SMCC would force a shoot-out when #2 tipped home a beautiful pass from Craig Dudley with just 27 ticks left on the clock…#17 would score the eventual game winner in the SO and Parker would stop #30 for SMCC to give Atlantic it’s 5 win in a row…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 5 SMCC 4 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #0 (Unassisted) @ :15

    2-0 SMCC #30 (#6) @ 5:02

    2-1 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 7 (Unassisted) @ 6:06 sh

    Penalties

    ATL #17 2 High-Stick @ 5:25

    ATL #17 Mark Embury 2 Hold-Stick @ 13:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 ATL #17 1 ( #15 Tim Bryant, # 7 John Cushing ) @ 5:51

    3-2 SMCC #30 ( #13, #12 Craig Dudley) @ 7:33

    3-3 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 6 ( # 7 John Cushing, #41 Cody Norton ) @ 9:37

    4-3 ATL #17 2 ( #15 Tim Bryant, # 7 John Cushing ) @ 12:03

    4-4 SMCC #2 (#12 Craig Dudley, #1 Kyle Huber) @ 13:33

    Penalties

    None

    Atlantic wins SO 2-1 GWG by #17

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 16 shots, 12 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 32 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 5-4 10 points: SMCC 4-4-2 10 points

  176. Gabe Gumiond had two goals and 2 assists to pace BH Milliknen (7-3) to a 7-1 win over HVAC (4-5-1)….

    Gumiond would open the scoring 5:33 in as he blasted home a pass from Jim Skvorak…Just over a minute later Gumiond would score his 2nd of the game (10 of the year) off another feed from Skvorak for a 2-0 Milliken lead….with just over a minute left in the period Jeff Sampson would take a feed from Kevin Colangelo and fire a shot past Shawn Cohen for a 3-0 lead after 1…

    HVAC would cut the lead to two goals :47 sec into the 2nd as Harold Nataupsky in his return to action banged home a rebound off a Jim Duest shot….Colangelo would pick off a pass and rifle a shot over Cohen glove to give Milliken it’s 3 goals lead back after 2: 4-1…

    Colangelo would strike again as he took a feed from gumiond and found the back off the net to give Milliken a 5-1 lead half-way though the 3rd…Just over 1 minute later #21 would take a feed from Sampson and make it a 6-1 game…Matt Martelle would round out the scoring with 20 seconds left as he rifled home a Gumiond pass…7-1 Milliken final…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 7 HVAC 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 10 ( #69 Jim Skvorak) @ 5:33

    2-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 11 ( #69 Jim Skvorak, #24 Scott Libby) @ 6:39

    3-0 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 5 ( #0 Kevin Colangelo) @ 12:51

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 HVAC Harold Nataupsky 1 ( #5 Jim Duest) @ :47

    4-1 BH #0 Kevin Colangelo 3 (Unassisted) @ 2:52

    Penalties

    BH #20 Matt Martelle 2 Cross-Check @ 13:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 BH #0 Kevin Colangelo 4 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 7:03

    6-1 BH #21 1 ( #88 Jeff Sampson, #24 Scott Libby) @ 8:16

    7-1 BH #20 Matt Martelle 5 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond, #44 Ron Giroux) @ 13:40

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 22 shots, 21 saves): HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 27 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 7-3 14 points: HVAC 4-5-1 9 points

  177. Mike Pomerleau had 3 goals and 1 assist and Julian Kaelin made 31 saves to lead Sebago Brew (5-3-2) to a 5-3 victory over Hood (6-3-1) on Wednesday night…

    Pomerleau tallied the first three goals of the game to give Sebago a lead they would not relinquish : at the 2:52 mark he took a feed from Dwight Doucette a fired a shot that found the back of the net…At the 9:09 mark Pomerleau stripped the defenseman of the puck and back handed a shot the eluded netminder Joe Foster…Then just over a minute later Nat Germond set up Pomerleau for his hat-trick…Hood would get one back as Ryan Daily ripped home a beautiful pass from Nate Dionne to cut the lead to 2 after 1…3-1…

    The only goal of the 2nd period was Doucette converting a pass from Chad Gillis to give Sebago 1 4-1 lead after 2…Kaelin was outstanding in the 2nd period making 15 saves…

    Sebago would extend the lead to four goals as Scott Fitser would bat home a rebound of a Doucette point shot to give Sebago a 5-1 lead…Hood would not go away quietly as Nick Avery would tally twice once off a feed from Scott Vogel and the other off a feed from Max Juliano but Kaelin would make the lead stand up…5-3 Sebago Brew

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 5 Hood 3

    1st Period

    1-0 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 3 ( #11 Dwight Doucette) @ 2:52

    2-0 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 4 (Unassisted) @ 9:09

    3-0 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 5 ( #37 Nat Germond) @10:35

    3-1 Hood #11 Ryan Daly 3 ( #17 Nate Dionne) @ 12:56

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-1 SB #11 Dwight Doucette 3 ( #2 Chad Gillis) @ 12:47

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 SB #3 Scott Fitser 5 ( #11 Dwight Doucette, #91 Mike Pomerleau) @ 5:34

    5-2 Hood #0 Nick Avery 10 ( #69 Scott Vogel) @ 8:40

    5-3 Hood #0 Nick Avery 11 ( #11 Max Juliano) @ 13:36 pp

    Penalties

    SB #37 Nat Germond 2 Hook @ 7:15

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Rough @ 12:47

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 5 Slash @ 12:47

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 10 Game Misconduct @ 12:47

    Hood #69 Scott Vogel 5 Hit From Behind @ 12:47

    Hood #69 Scott Vogel 10 Game Misconduct @ 12:47

    Goalies: Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 34 shots, 31 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 17 shots, 12 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 5-3-2 12 Points: Hood 6-3-1 13 points

  178. Ken and Troy Anctil combined to have 4 goals and 4 assist to lead Carter’s (7-3) to an 8-1 victory over the Tradesman (5-5) in action last night…

    K Anctil started the scoring just 50 sec in as he buried a feed from T Anctil into the back of the net…The Tradesman would tie it up half-way though the first as Noah Miner blasted home a shot from the point off a face-off win from Randy Corbett…Pete Mirehouse would tally in the dying seconds of the first period of a T.Anctil tip to give Carter’s a 2-1 lead after 2…

    #8 for Carter’s would extend the lead to 2 goals 40 seconds into the 2nd rifiling a shot over the glove of Chris Baba….K Anctil would make it a 3 goal game converting a pass from T Anctil half-way though the 2nd…With just 5 sec left in the 2nd Mirehouse would strike again by batting home a rebound….5-1 after 2…

    2:10 into the 3rd K Anctil would complete the hat-trick again off a nice pass from T. Anctil to make it a five goals game and T Anctil would convert on a break-away while #28 would cap the scoring in a 8-1 Carter’s victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 8 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 13 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ :50

    1-1 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 7 ( #8 Randy Corbett) @ 7:31

    2-1 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 2 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #3 Kurt Fletcher ) @ 13:21 pp

    Penalties

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 Trip @ 1:49

    TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 Trip @ 12:11

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 CAR #8 1 ( #28 Brandon) @ :40

    4-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 14 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #17 John Spring ) @ 8:08

    5-1 CAR #8 #8 Pete Mirehouse 3 ( #8, #27 Tim Thornton) @ 13:55

    Penalties

    CAR #28 Brandon 2 Rough @ 9:37

    TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 Rough @ 9:37

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 15 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 2:10

    7-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 10 (Unassisted) @ 8:45

    8-1 CAR #28 Brandon 1 (Unassisted) @ 12:17

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 19 shots, 18 saves): Tradesman Chris Baba ( 32 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 7-3 14 points: Tradesman 5-5 10 points

  179. Lincoln Jordon kicked aside all 24 shots he faced and also picked up an assist to lead SMCC (5-4-2) a 5-0 victory over Sebago Brew (5-4-2) last Sunday….

    Craig Dudley opened up the scoring 8 minutes into the game as he tapped home a feed from #20 for a 1-0 SMCC lead after 1…

    SMCC would tally twice in the 2nd: the first on a solo dash from #13 and the 2nd with just over 3 minutes left in the period Kyle Huber took a feed from Lincoln Jordon and rifled a shot that beat Dan Morgan…3-0 after 2…

    SMCC would seal the game when #15 tipped home a pass from Dudley just over 8 minutes into the 3rd and then just over one minute later #11 capped the scoring to give SMCC a 5-0 victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    SMCC 5 Sebago Brew 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #12 Craig Dudley 4 (#20, #9) @ 8:12

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 SMCC #13 (Unassisted) @ 4:52

    3-0 SMCC #1 (#0 Lincoln Jordon) @ 10:25

    Penalties

    SB #11 Dwight Doucette 2 Rough @ 8:17

    3rd Period

    4-0 SMCC #15 ( #12 Craig Dudley, #0) @ 8:07

    5-0 SMCC #11 (#1) @ 9:50

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 24 shots, 24 saves): Sebago Brew Dan Morgan ( 21 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 5-4-2 12 points: Sebago Brew 5-4-2 12 points

  180. #21 had four goals and one assist and the shoot-out GWG to lead BH Milliken (8-3) to a come from behind 8-7 SO victory over Atlantic….

    John Cushing would open the scoring 3:13 into the game as piked off a pass and ripped a shot that beat Mike Payne to give Atlantic a 1-0 lead…#17 would extend that lead to two goals as he went high glove off a pass from #17…Gabe Gumiond would get one back for Milliken as he took a pass from Scott Libby a ripped a shot that beat Joe Parker…Robyn Smith would restore the two goal lead for Atlantic as he took a feed from Sean McGoldrick and beat Payne with a shot for a bad angle….3-1 after 1…

    The 2nd period was the clam before the storm as only two pucks found the back of the net both from Milliken…#21 would tally his first @ the 10:15 mark and just 31 seconds later Matt Martelle would pick up a loose puck a beat parker to tie the game at 3 after 2…

    The 3rd period was wild as Atlantic as both teams would score 4 goals…#0 would take a feed from Cushing 1:34 in and find the back of the net for a 4-3 Atlantic lead…Just over a minute later Milliken would respond as #21 would tally he 2nd of the game off a pass from Gumiond to tie the score at 4…Cushing would add his 2nd of the game off a pass from McGoldrick @ the 5:56 mark for a 5-4 lead…Less than a minute later Gumiond would respond off a pass from #21 to tie the game @ 5…@ the 7:21 mark Joe Sturtevant would take a pass from Cody Norton a bury a shot in the back of the net for a 6-5 Atlantic lead…@ the 9:36 mark #21 would add his 3rd off the game to tie the game yet again…Mark Embury would rip home a pass from Cushing to give Atlantic another one goal lead but #21 would add his 4th to tie the game @ 7 and send it into a SO…#21 would also score the SO GWG in the 4th round to give Milliken the 2 points…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 8 Atlantic 7 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 15 (Unassisted) @ 3:13

    2-0 ATL #17 3 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick ) @ 5:42

    2-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 12 ( #24 Scott Libby) @ 7:11

    3-1 ATL #22 Robyn Smith 2 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick ) @ 9:12

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 BH #21 2 ( #44 Ron Giroux) @ 10:15

    3-3 BH #20 Matt Martelle 6 (Unassisted) @ 10:51

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 ATL #0 ( # 7 John Cushing) @ 1:34

    4-4 BH #21 3 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond, #20 Matt Martelle ) @ 2:45

    5-4 ATL # 7 John Cushing 16 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick ) @ 5:56

    5-5 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 13 ( #21, #20 Matt Martelle) @ 6:52

    6-5 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 5 ( #0, #41 Cody Norton) @ 7:21

    6-6 BH #21 4 (Unassisted) @ 9:36

    7-6 ATL #17 Mark Embury 3 ( # 7 John Cushing , #17) @ 12:30

    7-7 BH #21 5 (Unassisted) @ 13:43

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 31 shots, 24 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 20 shots, 13 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 8-3 16 points: Atlantic 5-4-1 11 points

  181. Ken Anctil had three goals and Mike Rullo kicked aside 21 shots to help Carter’s (8-3) to an 6-2 victory over HVAC (4-6-1)…

    Both netminder dominated play in the first as the kicked aside every shot that they saw…

    K. Anctil would open up the scoring 3:09 into the 2nd as he buried a shot past Shawn Cohen after receiving a nice pass from Spring…Just over a minute later Zach Leo tipped home a pass from #28 that slide five hole on Cohen to give carter’s a 2-0 lead after 2…

    K Anctil would add his 2nd of the game and 17th of the year off a pass from #24 just 33 sec into the 3rd for a 3-0 lead…HVAC wouldn’t go away quietly as Jim Duest batted a rebound off a Justin Rice shot to cut the lead to 3-1…The just over two minutes later Arron Rice ripped home a feed from Harold Nataupsky to cut the lead to one goal…Troy Anctil would dash any hopes of a comeback as he would pick up a loose puck a beat Cohen to restore carter’s 2 goals lead…John Spring and K Anctil would round out the scoring in Carter’s 6-2 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 6 HVAC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 16 ( #17 John Spring ) @ 3:09

    2-0 CAR #12 Zach Leo 3 ( #28) @ 4:10

    Penalties

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 Hook @ 6:46

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Hook @ 9:20

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Hook @ 13:19

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 16 ( #24) @ :33

    3-1 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 5 ( #7 Justin Rice, #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 2:25

    3-2 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 7 ( #12 Harold Nataupsky, #7 Justin Rice) @ 4:26

    4-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 11 (Unassisted) @ 10:38

    5-2 CAR #17 John Spring 10 ( #12 Zach Leo) @ 11:38

    6-2 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 18 ( #27 Tim Thornton) @ 12:39

    Penalties

    CAR #27 Tim Thornton 2 Rough @ 8:37

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 Trip @ 10:54

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 23 shots, 21 saves): HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 30 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 8-3 16 points: HVAC 4-6-1 9 points

  182. Gabe Gumiond scored his 2nd goal of the game with just 1:10 remaining to lift BH Milliken (9-3) over Sebago Brew (5-5-2) in the final game for each team in the first half…

    Mike Pomerleau would get the scoring started 8:30 into the game with a goal from inside his own blue line: Julian Kaelin kicked out a shot and Pomerleau flipped the puck down the ice and it bounced right over the glove of Mike Payne to give Sebago a 1-0 lead…With just over 1 minute left in the period
    Gumiond would pick up a loose puck and beat Kaelin with a backhander to tie the game 1-1 after 1…

    The only tally of the 2nd period was almost half-way though when Kevin Colangelo took a feed from Gumiond and found the back of the net…2-1 Milliken after 2…

    Sebago wouldn’t take long in the 3rd to tie the score as Scott Fitser would pick up a loose puck and rip a shot over the shoulder of Payne just 30 seconds in to tie the score at 2…Gumiond would put the game on ice for Milliken as he picked up a rebound of a Ron Giroux shot and buried the puck in the back of the net with just 1:10 left to give Milliken the 3-2 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 3 Seabgo Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 6 ( Julian Kaelin ) @ 8:30

    1-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 14 (Unassisted) @ 12:53

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 BH #7 Kevin Colangelo 5 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 6:57

    Penalties

    BH #24 Scott Libby 2 Hook @ 3:39

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 SB #3 Scott Fitser 6 (Unassisted) @ :30

    3-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 15 ( #44 Ron Giroux) @ 12:50

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 22 shots, 20 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 27 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 9-3 18 points: Sebago Brew 5-5-2 12 points

  183. Troy and Ken Anctil combined for 7 goals and 2 assist and John Spring had 1G and 5 assist to lead carter’s (9-3) to a 10-1 victory over PFD (1-10) in the night cap Sunday night…

    Carter’s didn’t waste any time getting on the board as just 1:20 in K Anctil rifled home a pass from Spring to give Carter’s a 1-0 lead…T Anctil would extend the lead to two goals before the first period would end off another nice feed from Spring…

    John Brennon would pull PFD within a goal scoring his 11 goal of the year as he picked up a loose puck a rifled a shot past Mike Rullo 6:31 into the 2nd…T Anctil would give carter’s it’s two goal lead back as he would skate past the d and rifle one past the netminder to give Carter’s a 3-1 lead…Brendon Martin would make it a 3 goal lead after 2 as he took a feed from Greg Shapiro and found the back of the net with 54 seconds left….4-1 after 2…

    The 3rd Period belonged to Carter’s as the would strike 3 times…2:00 minutes in K Anctil would stike for his 2nd and 20 of the year off a feed from T Anctil….Spring would strike at the 3:32 mark off a pass from Tim Thronton and less than a minute later Pete Mirehouse converted a pass from martin and it was 7-1…K anctil would net the hat-trick at the 6:44 mark off a pass from Thornton and T Anctil would get his hat-trick off off a feed from K Anctil @ 10:25…K Anctil would add his 4th and 22 of the year to round out the 10-1 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 10 PFD 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 19 ( #17 John Spring) @ 1:20

    2-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 12 (#17 John Spring, #3 Kurt Fletcher) @ 10:54

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 PFD #16 John Brennon 11 (Unassisted) @ 6:31

    3-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 13 (Unassisted) @ 10:29

    4-1 CAR #28 Brendon Martin 2 ( #18 Greg Shapiro, #17 John Spring ) @ 13:06

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 20 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #17 John Spring ) @ 2:00

    6-1 CAR #17 John Spring 11 ( #27 Tim Thornton) @ 3:32

    7-1 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 4 ( #28 Brendon Martin ) @ 4:30

    8-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 21 ( #27 Tim Thornton) @ 6:44

    9-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 14 ( #7 Ken Anctil) @ 10:25

    10-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 22 ( #3 Kurt Fletcher , #17 John Spring ) @ 12:00

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 10 shots, 9 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 34 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 9-3 18 points: PFD 1-10 2 points

  184. John Cushing had 3G and 2A to pace a surging Atlantic (6-4-1) team over the Tradesman (5-6) 7-5 in action on Tuesday night…

    Cushing would start off the scoring just 1:54 into the game as he took a feed from Cody Norton and fired a shot the beat Dan Morgan five hole for a 1-0 Atlantic lead…The Tradesman would tie it up just over the 5 minute mark when Roland Duquette tipped home a feed from Eric Brewer for his 10th goal of the year…Cushing would strike again as he fired a shot that beat Morgan over the glove with 1:46 left in the first…Atlantic would extend the lead to two goals with 55 seconds left when #0 tipped home a pass from Cushing for a 3-1 Atlantic lead…The Tradesman would strike before the period would end as Ron Smith ripped home a pass from Duquette with 22 seconds left to cut the lead to one..3-2 after 1…

    Cushing would complete the hat-trick just over :35 seconds into the 2nd as he walked past the D and roofed a shot over Morgan for a 4-2 Atlantic lead…The game settled down after that and the Tradesman would strike with just over one minute left in the 2nd when Eric Brewer ripped home a feed from Duquette to cut the lead to one after 2…4-3…

    Just over 5 minutes into the 3rd Noah Miner tipped home a point shot from Pete Toohey that tied the game at 4….Sean McGoldrick would give Atlantic the lead just over a minute later as he picked off a pass slammed home a rebound chance for his 7th of the year…Joe Parker would kick out a shot from Chris Neault and the puck landed perfectly on #0 stick and he beat Morgan with a shot for a two goal lead…The Tradesman would go away quietly as Miner took a pass from Corbett and fired a shot that beat Parker to cut the lead to one goal 6-5…With just 48 sec left #0 would seal the win for Atlantic as he beat Morgan on a break-away for a 7-5 win…After starting 0-4 Atlantic is 6-0-1 in it’s last 7 games…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 7 Tradesman 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 17 ( #41 Cody Norton , #17 Mark Embury) @ 1:54

    1-1 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 10 ( #25 Eric Brewer) @ 5:24

    2-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 18 ( #0) @ 12:14

    3-1 ATL #0 ( # 7 John Cushing ) @ 13:05

    3-2 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 4 ( # 4 Roland Duquette) @ 13:38

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-2 ATL # 7 John Cushing 19 (Unassisted) @ :35

    4-3 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 3 ( # 4 Roland Duquette) @ 12:39

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-4 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 8 ( #11 Pete Toohey, #8 Randy Corbett) @ 5:34

    5-4 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 7 (Unassisted) @ 6:02

    6-4 ATL #0 (# 7 John Cushing, Joe Parker) @ 7:35

    6-5 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 9 ( #8 Randy Corbett) @ 11:59

    7-5 ATL #0 (Unassisted) @ 13:12 pp

    Penalties

    ATL # 7 John Cushing 2 Rough @ 10:12

    TRA #11 Pete Toohey 2 Rough @ 10:12

    TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 Trip @ 13:02

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 17 shots, 12 saves): Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 35 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 6-4-1 13 points: Tradesman 5-6 11 points

  185. Chris Baba kicked aside 25 shots and Nick Avery scored the GWG with 14 seconds left in the 2nd period to propel Hood (8-3-1) over HVAC (4-7-1) 2-1 in the last game before the 1st half break…

    The game had tremendous netminding and the first period was no exception as both goalies kicked aside all 7 shots sent their way…

    Kevin Boyce opened the scoring 5:50 into the 2nd as he took a drop pass from Avery and fired a shot that beat Shawn Cohen on the blocker side for a 1-0 Hood lead….With just 14 seconds left Avery ripped home a Max Juliano pass for his 12th of the year and giving Hood a 2-0 lead after 2…

    8:21 into the 3rd HVAC was able to finally solve the mystery that was Baba when Charlie Elwell tipped home a point shot from Justin Rice to cut the lead in half…Baba made a beautiful save in the dying seconds to preserve Hood’s 2-1 victory…Both Baba and Cohen combined to stop 45 of the 48 shots sent in their direction….

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 2 HVAC 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 3 ( #0 Nick Avery , #0 Marc Stannard) @ 5:50

    2-0 Hood #0 Nick Avery 12 ( #11 Max Juliano , #33 Greg Meehan ) @ 13:46

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 4 ( #7 Justin Rice , #8 Paul Miller ) @ 8:21

    Penalties

    HVAC #29 John Carolan 2 Body Check @ 13:15

    Goalies: Hood Chris Baba ( 26 shots, 25 saves): HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 22 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 8-3-1 17 points: HVAC 4-7-1 9 points

  186. HVAC (5-7-1) tallied 5 times in the final 3 minutes of the 1st period to pull away from PFD (1-11) in a 7-2 win on Sunday night….

    Rob Cambell opened the flood gates 10:29 into the 1st as he took a feed from Scott Fletcher and beat Joe Foster to give HVAC a 1-0 lead….Just 40 seconds later Charlie Elwell woudl rifle home his 1st of 2 goals of a feed from Jim Duest…On the ensuing face-off Elwell would strike again as he ripped home a shot off a feed from Paul Miller to give HVAC a 3-0 lead…Miller would tally himeself with 53 seconds left in the period as he one timed a feed from Steve Perry for his 9th goal of the year…Fletcher would tap home a rebound of a Perry shot with less than one tick left on the clock for a 5-0 HVAC lead after 1…

    Scott Krum would get PFD on the board 5 minutes into the 2nd as he took a feed from Kevin McGuire and broke in on the right wing and beat netminder Shawn Cohen stick side…With ten seconds left in the 2nd Elwell would complete the hat-trick as he tapped home a nice pass from Duest to give HVAC a 6-1 lead after 2..

    McGuire would get PFD back within 4, 43 seconds into the 3rd as he took a nice break-out pass from Gary Plamondon and rifled a shot over Cohen glove…Fletcher would round out the scoring as he tipped home a feed from Cambell for his 2nd goal of the game…Final 7-2 HVAC

    Box Score

    HVAC 7 PFD 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 6 ( # 10 Scott Fletcher, #5 Jim Duest ) @ 10:29

    2-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 5 ( #5 Jim Duest , #2 Rob Mitchell ) @ 11:09

    3-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 6 ( #8 Paul Miller) @ 11:51

    4-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 9 ( #9 Charlie Elwell , #6 Steve Perry) @ 13:07

    5-0 HVAC # 5 Jim Duest 6 ( #6 Steve Perry, #10 Scott Fletcher) @ 13:59

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    5-1 PFD #13 Scott Krum 1 ( #17 Kevin McGuire, # 10 John Denham) @ 4:58

    6-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 7 ( #5 Jim Duest, #8 Paul Miller) @ 13:50

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-2 PFD #17 Kevin McGuire 1 ( #2 Gary Plamondon) @ :43

    7-2 HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 3 ( #11 Rob Cambell , #5 Jim Duest ) @ 8:32

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 14 shots, 12 saves): PFD Joe Foster ( 38 shots, 31 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 5-7-1 11 points: PFD 1-11 2 Points

    • Jim Duest score the 5th goal. I was beside him thinking of ways to back check without really back checking.

      • I totally guessed on that goal: didn’t see it go in: it’s all fixed under the stats/box score…

  187. Chris Huff would score 3 goals and Joe Foster would kick aside 19 shots and add an assist to lead Hood (9-3-1) over SMCC (5-5-2) 4-2 and sole position of first place as of Sunday night…

    Huff would open the scoring 7:32 into the 1st as he picked up a loose puck off a Joe Foster save and rifled a shot past SMCC netminder Lincoln Jordon…With just 23 remaining on the clock Huff would extend to lead to two goals as he would walk past the SMCC D and beat Jordon to give Hood a 2-0 lead after 1…

    Huff would be the only player to find the back of the net in the 2nd as he took a feed from Stanley Sampson a fired a shot that beat Jordon for a 3-0 Hood lead after 2…

    Kevin Munson would extend the lead to four goals just over two minute into the 3rd as he rifled home a pass from Greg Meehan…SMCC would go away quietly as right off the ensuing face-off #30 would rifle a shot over Foster glove to ruin the shut-out bid…With 36 seconds left #30 would tally again to cut the lead in half but that was a close a SMCC would come in a 4-2 Hood victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 4 SMCC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 7 ( Joe Foster) @ 7:53

    2-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 8 ( Unassisted) @ 13:37

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 Hood #9 Chris Huff 9 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #0 Kevin Munson) @ 8:37

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-0 Hood #0 Kevin Munson 1 ( #33 Greg Meehan, #5 Stanley Sampson) @ 2:07

    4-1 SMCC #30 ( #20) @ 2:20

    4-2 SMCC #30 ( #1 Kyle Huber) @ 13:24

    Penalites

    SMCC #11 2 Trip @ 3:17

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Rough @ 10:22

    SMCC #15 2 Interference @ 11:46

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 21 shots, 19 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 23 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 9-3-1 19 points: SMCC 5-5-2 12 points

  188. John Cushing scored 3 goals and dished out 3 assist to lead Atlantic (7-4-1) to a 6-2 win over Sebago Brew (5-6-2)…Atlantic remains unbeaten in their last 8 games…

    #22 would take a nice feed from Cushing and beat Julian Kaelin on the back-hand 4;54 into the game to give Atlantic a 1-0 lead…With just over one minute left in the first Cushing would take a feed from #22 and rifle a shot that beat Kaelin for a 2-0 Altantic lead after 1…

    Just over 2 minutes into the 2nd #0 would tip home a feed from Cushing for a 3-0 lead…Sebago would get one back just over 9 minutes into the 2nd as Brian Johnson took a feed from Jay Lachance and slipped a shot five-hole on Joe Parker…Just over 1 minute later Cushing would restore the 3 goal lead converting on a pass from Tim Bryant: 4-1 Atlantic after 2…

    Cushing would complete the hat-trick 1:12 into the 3rd as the picked up a loose puck a slide a back hand shot past Kaelin for a 5-1 lead…Lachance would pick off a clearing attempt from Bryant and rifle a shot past Joe Parker for his 8th of the year to pull Sebago to within 3 @ 5-2…#22 would add his 2nd of the game to round out the scoring as time was ticking down 6-2 Atlantic…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 6 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #22 1 ( # 7 John Cushing) @ 4:54

    2-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 20 ( #22) @ 12:56

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 ATL #0 5 ( # 7 John Cushing, #9 Joe Sturtevant) @ 2:10

    3-1 SB #8 Brian Johnson 3 ( #4 Jay Lachance, #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 9:05

    4-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 21 ( #15 Tim Bryant, #22) @ 10:27

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 22 (Unassisted) @ 1:12

    5-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 8 (Unassisted) @ 11:24

    6-2 ATL #22 2 ( # 7 John Cushing, Joe Parker ) @ 13:40

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 10 shots, 8 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 41 shots, 35 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 7-4-1 15 points: Sebago Brew 5-6-2 12 points

  189. Noah Miner had 3G and Mark Kemper had 1G and 2 assist to lead the Tradesman (6-6) to a 6-3 victory over BH Milliken (9-4) on Thursday night…

    Roland Duquette opened up the scoring 2;26 into the game as he took a nice feed from Kemper and rifled a shot low glove to give the Tradesman a 1-0 lead…Just over 3 minutes later Miner would take a feed from Brad Burtasket and fire a shot over Mike Payne for a 2-0 Tradesman lead…Nat Germond pulled Milliken to within one when he tipped home a nice feed from Scott Libby to cut the lead in half…2-1 after 1…

    Nick Porto would tie the game up 2:28 into the 2nd on the power play converting a nice set up from Jeff Sampson…at the 4:46 mark #21 would take a feed from Porto and beat Dan Morgan to give Milliken a 3-2 lead…Miner would tie the game up for the Tradesman with 3;46 left in the 2nd as he picked up a loose puck and slide a backhander past Payne..3-3 after 2…

    3:49 into the 3rd Miner would complete the hat-trick and give the Tradesman the lead for good as he buried a Randy Corbett pass into the back of the net…30 seconds later Ron Smith would take a pass from Kemper and rifle a shot past Payne to give the Tradesman a 5-3 lead…Kemper would put the game on ice with 3:30 left as he banged home a pass from Smith for a 6-3 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 6 BH Milliken 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 11 ( #21 Mark Kemper, #3 Chris Fullarton) @ 2:26

    2-0 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 10 ( #18 Brad Burtasket, #8 Randy Corbett) @ 5:42

    2-1 BH #37 Nat Germond 1 ( #24 Scott Libby) @ 11:13

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 BH #25 Nick Porto 3 ( #88 Jeff Sampson ) @ 2:28 pp

    3-2 BH #21 6 ( #25 Nick Porto) @ 4:46

    3-3 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 11 ( #24) @ 11:14

    Penalties

    TRA # 24 Noah Miner 2 Hook @ :59

    BH #21 2 Trip @ 6:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 12 ( #8 Randy Corbett, Dan Morgan ) @ 3:49

    5-3 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 5 ( #21 Mark Kemper, #11 Pete Toohey) @ 4:15

    6-3 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 3 ( # 66 Ron Smith) @ 10:30

    Penalties

    TRA #21 Mark Kemper 2 Hook @ 11:43

    Goalies: Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 17 shots, 14 saves): BH Milliken Mike Payne (27 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 6-6 12 points: BH Milliken 9-4 18 points

  190. Troy and Ken Anctil each had 4 points and Mike Rullo kicked aside 18 shots to lead Carter’s (10-3) over BH Milliken (9-5) in a statement game on Sunday night…

    Just 30 seconds into the game T Anctil tipped home a Kurt Fletcher point shot to give Carters a 1-0 lead…Tim Thornton took a feed from Tim Polowski at the 3:03 mark a blasted a shot that beat Mike payne for a 2-0 Carter’s lead after 2…

    1:40 into the 2nd Greg Shapiro ripped home a pass from Zach Leo to give Carter s a 3-0 lead…1:30 later T Anctil rifled home a pass from John Spring to extend the lead to 4 goals…Spring would make it 5-0 after 2 with a goals with just over 3 minutes left in the period off a feed from Pete Mirehouse….

    K Anctil erased ant hope of a comback as he walked the D and beat Payne with a backhand for a 6-0 lead… Polowski would take a tip home a pass from Spring to make it 7-0…Leo would tally twice to extend the lead to 9 goals and K Anctil would round out the scoring in the final seconds for a 10-0 Carter’s win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 10 BH Milliken 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 15 ( #3 Kurt Fletcher, #7 Ken Anctil ) @ :30

    2-0 CAR #27 Tim Thornton 1 ( #15 Tim Polowski, #0 Jesse Bain ) @ 3:03

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 CAR #18 Greg Shapiro 2 ( #12 Zach Leo, #0 Jesse Bain ) @ 1:40

    4-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 16 ( #17 John Spring, #7 Ken Anctil) @ 3:16

    5-0 CAR #17 John Spring 12 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #15 Tim Polowski) @ 10:46

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 23 (Unassisted) @ :39

    7-0 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 4 (#7 Ken Anctil ) @ 3:28

    8-0 CAR #12 Zach Leo 4 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #3 Kurt Fletcher) @ 6:26

    9-0 CAR #12 Zach Leo 5 ( #15 Tim Polowski , #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 12:26 pp

    10-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 24 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 13:28

    Penalties

    BH #44 Ron Giroux 2 Rough @ 11:50

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 18 shots, 18 saves): BH Milliken Mike Payne (37 shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 10-3 20 points: BH Milliken 9-5 19 points

  191. SMCC (6-5-2) scored 3 goals in the 3rd period to pull away from PFD (1-12) for a 5-2 victory on Sunday night…

    Ryan Walsh would open the scoring just 17 seconds in as he picked off a pass a beat Lincoln Jordon to give PFD and early 1-0 lead…Josh Caron would tie up the score less than a minute later as he rifled home a pass from Kyle Huber to tie the score @ 1…PFD would again take a one goal lead mid-way though the 1st as Gary Plamondon took a feed from Dean Berry a found the back of the net…2-1 PFD after 1…

    Zach Tooker would tally the only goal in the 2nd as he took a pass from Matt Brooks and fired a shot that found the back of the net 2-2 after 2…

    3:25 into the 3rd Ryan Crowley tiiped home a nice feed from Taylor Bishop to give SMCC the lead for good… Tooker would tally his 2nd with just over 3 minutes left off a feed from Chris Roy…Caron would add his 2nd and seal the deal for SMCC as he beat Kai Becksvoort on a break-away 5-2 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    SMCC 5 PFD 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 PFD #3 Ryan Walsh 2 (Unassisted) @ :17

    1-1 SMCC #29 Josh Caron 1 ( #1 Kyle Huber ) @ 1:10

    2-1 PFD #2 Gary Plamondon 1 ( #7 Dean Berry ) @ 6:34

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 SMCC #21 Zack Tooker 1 ( #20 Matt Brooks) @ 2:37

    Penalties

    SMCC #13 Taylor Bishop 2 High-Stick @ 8:44

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 SMCC #11 Ryan Crowley 1 ( #13 Taylor Bishop ) @ 3:25

    4-2 SMCC #21 Zack Tooker 2 ( #24 Chris Roy ) @ 10:37

    5-2 SMCC #29 Josh Caron 2 (Unassisted) @ 11:46

    Penalties

    PFD #7 Dean Berry 2 Trip @ 12:43

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 19 shots, 17 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort (34 shots, 29 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 6-5-2 14 points: PFD 1-12 2 points

  192. Tim Bryant scored 4 goals and dished off an assist to lead Atlantic (8-4-1) to a 8-4 victory over Hood (9-4-1)…

    Sean McGoldrick would kick off the scoring 5;20 into the game picking up a loose puck and flipping a shot into the back of the net…Kevin Boyce would take a drop pass from Chris Huff a fire a shot that beat Parker to tie the score at 1 for Hood….Atlantic would take a 2-1 lead when #0 banged home a pass from Cody Norton…Marc Stannard would get the first of his 3 to tie the game @ 2 off a feed from Hood…Bryant would strike with time winding down in the first off a feed from McGoldrick to give Atlantic a 3-2 lead after 1…

    Bryant would tally just 10 seconds into the 2nd after taking a feed from Mark Embury and blasting a shot past Joe Foster to give Atlantic a 2 goal lead…Stannard would add his 2nd of the game to pull Hood back to within one after tipping home a pass from Scott Vogel…10:16 into the period the Bryant/Embury combo would strike again for a 5-3 lead…In the Dying seconds of the period Stannard would blast home a pass from Nick Avery to pull Hood within 1 after 2…5-4…

    John Cushing would give Atlantic a 2 goals leaad ripped home a feed from Bryant 3:55 into the 3rd…Cody Norton would convert on a pass from #0 at the 5:46 mark to give Atlantic a 7-4 lead…With Time winding down Bryant would score on a break-away to round out the 8-4 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 8 Hood 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 4 ( #9 Chris Huff, #5 Stanley Sampson ) @2:50

    1-1 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 8 (Unassisted) @ 5:20

    2-1 ATL #0 ( #41 Cody Norton) @ 7:10

    2-2 Hood #0 Marc Stannard 3 ( #9 Chris Huff, #9 Kevin Boyce ) @ 9:22

    3-2 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 8 ( #0, #0 Sean McGoldrick) @ 13:04

    Peanlties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-2 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 9 (#17 Mark Embury) @ :10

    4-3 Hood #0 Marc Stannard 4 ( #69 Scott Vogel , #0 Nick Avery) @1:41

    5-3 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 10 ( #17 Mark Embury) @ 10:16

    5-4 Hood #0 Marc Stannard 5 ( #0 Nick Avery, #33 Greg Meehan) @ 13:55

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-4 ATL # 7 John Cushing 23 ( #15 Tim Bryant, #0 Sean McGoldrick) @ 3:55

    7-4 #41 Cody Norton 4 ( #0, # 7 John Cushing ) @ 5:46

    8-4 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 11 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick) @ 13:19

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 14 shots, 10 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 38 shots, 30 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 8-4-1 17 Points: Hood 9-4-1 19 points

  193. Lincoln Jordon kicked aside 23 out of the 24 shots he faced to help SMCC (7-5-2) defeat HVAC (5-8-1) 3-1 in action last Thursday night…

    Both Goalies Jordon and Shawn Cohen were the story of the first period as the kicked aside every shot sent in their direction…

    1:35 into the 2nd Matt Brooks would break the ice with a shot from a bad angle that bounced up and over Cohen…1-0 SMCC after 2…

    Zach Tooker took a feed from Ryan Crowley and beat Cohen on a break-away to score a shortie and give SMCC a 2-0 lead 2:22 into the 3rd…Jim Duest would cut the lead in half as he took a pass from Charile Elwell and beat Jordon over the glove…But with just 1:17 left SMCC would ice the game when #26 beat Cohen off a feed from Brooks for s 3-1 SMCC win…

    Box Score

    Score

    SMCC 3 HVAC 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    SMCC #25 2 Hook @ 6:06

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #20 Matt Brooks 1 (Unassisted) @ 1:35

    Peanlties

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Trip @ 3:09

    SMCC #3 Sam Perkins 2 Rough @ 13:02

    3rd Period

    2-0 SMCC #21 Zach Tooker 3 ( #11 Ryan Crowley) @ 2:22 sh

    2-1 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 7 ( #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 5:56

    3-1 SMCC #26 1 ( #20 Matt Brooks) @ 12:43

    Penalties

    SMCC #20 Matt Brooks 2 High-Stick @ 2:06

    HVAC #6 Steve Perry 2 Trip @ 9:16

    HVAC #5 Jum Duest 2 Hook @ 11:05

    SMCC #25 2 Unsport @ 11:05

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 24 shots, 23 saves): HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 19 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 7-5-2 16 points: HVAC 5-8-1 11 points

  194. John Cushing had 5 goals and 2 assist to offset Dan Gordon 7 goals to give Atlantic (9-4-1) a 9-7 win over PFD (1-13)…

    Cushing would tally twice to give Atlantic a quick 2-0 lead…Cody Norton would fire a shot that found the back of the net to make it 3-0…Cushing would tally two more goals in a 2 minute span to extend the lead to 5-0…Sean McGoldrick would fire a shot in to round out the scoring in the first 6-0 Atlantic…

    Gordon would tally twice in the first 1:17 of the 2nd to pull PFD to within 4 but #0 would take a feed from Cushing to extend the lead to 7-2 2:13 into the 2nd…Gordon would not let the game slip away as he would tally 3 unanswered goals to pull PFD to within 2 after 2…7-5 Atlantic

    Gordon Stuck 1;52 into the 3rd to cut the lead to one 7-6 but Norton would score on a beautiful wrap-around shot that made it 8-6…With just over 4 minutes left Gordon would strike again but Cushing would make sure that Atlantic extended it’s unbeaten stick to 10 ripping home a feed from McGoldrick for a 9-7 Atlantic victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 9 PFD 7

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 24 ( #0, #17 Mark Embury) @ 4:22

    2-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 25 ( #22 Robyn Smith, #0) @ 6:09

    3-0 ATL #41 Cody Norton 5 (Unassisted) @ 6:50

    4-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 26 ( #0) @ 8:24

    5-0 ATL # 7 John Cushing 27 ( #41 Cody Norton ) @ 10:57

    6-0 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 9 (# 7 John Cushing ) @ 13:59

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-1 PFD #21 Dan Gordon 1 (Unassisted) @ :22

    6-2 PFD #21 Dan Gordon 2 (Unassisted) @ 1:17

    7-2 ATL #0 (# 7 John Cushing) @ 2:13

    7-3 PFD #21 Dan Gordon 3 (Unassisted) @ 3:11

    7-4 PFD #21 Dan Gordon 4 (Unassisted) @ 4:45

    7-5 PFD #21 Dan Gordon 5 ( #3 Ryan Walsh, #13 Scott Krum) @ 13:47

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-6 PFD #21 Dan Gordon 6 ( #6 Sheldon Gregoire) @ 1:53

    8-6 ATL #41 Cody Norton 6 ( #0) @ 2:16

    8-7 PFD #21 Dan Gordon 7 (Unassisted) @ 9:55

    9-7 ATL # 7 John Cushing 28 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick) @ 13:01

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 17 shots, 10 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort (42 shots, 33 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 9-4-1 19 points: PFD 1-13 2 points

  195. Scott Fitser and Brian Johnson would tally twice in 45 seconds and Julian Kaelin kicked aside 22 of 23 shots to lead Sebago Brew (6-6-2) to a 2-1 win over the Tradesman (6-7)…

    Just 1:14 into the game Noah Miner would take a feed from Roland Duquette and fire a shot that beat Kaelin to give the Tradesman an early 1-0 lead…

    Dan Morgan and Kaelin were the stories of the 2nd period as the kept both team at bay and combined to make 23 saves…

    Just :36 seconds into the 3rd Johnson took a from Jay Lachance and fired a shot that beat Morgan five hole to tie the game up…Just 45 seconds later Scott Fitser would convert on a pass from Lachance beating Morgan over the glove to give Sebago a lead they would not relinquish thanks to Kaelin…2-1 Sebago final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 2 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 13 ( # 4 Roland Duquette , # 66 Ron Smith) @ 1:44

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    TRA # 66 Ron Smith 2 ZTrip @ 1:12

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SB #8 Brian Johnson 4 ( #4 Jay Lachance, #3 Scott Fitser) @ :36

    2-1 SB #3 Scott Fitser 7 ( #4 Jay Lachance, #0) @ 1:21

    Penalties

    TRA #8 Randy Corbett 2 Rough @ 13:03

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 4 Rough @13:03

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 10 Minsconduct @ 13:03

    Goalies: Juilan Kaelin ( 23 shots, 22 saves): Tradesman Dan Moragn (38 shots, 36 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 6-6-2 14 points: Tradesman 6-7 12 points

  196. Brandon Martin scored on a break-away just over 5 minutes into the 3rd to cap a 5-4 come for behind victory for Carter’s (11-3) over Hood(9-5-1) to gain sole possession of first place…

    Scott Vogel would strike first off a great point feed from Chris Huff to give Hood a 1-0 lead…Pete Mirehouse would tie up the score 30 seconds later as he beat Joe Foster with a bad angle shot…At the 4:23 mark Kevin Boyce took a drop pass from Stanley Sampson made a nice move a slid the puck under Rullo for a 2-1 Hood lead…Marc Stannard would finish off a beautiful passing play on the power play to give Hood a 3-1 lead…With just over 2 minutes left in the period Troy Anctil would make a beautiful rush walk past the d and cut the score in half for Carter’s 3-2 Hood after 1…

    Huff would make his own end to end rush a fire an unstoppable shot over Rullo’s glove to give Hood a 4-2 lead…@ the 9:38 mark of the 2nd Anctil would take a nice break-out pass from Cam Spring and beat Foster to cut the lead to one: 4-3 Hood after 2…

    1:34 into the 3rd John Spring would pick up a loose puck and blast a shot from the point to tie the game up @ four…@ the 5:01 mark Martin took a break-out pass from Kurt Fletcher and slid a backhander past Foster for a 5-4 Carter’s lead…Mike Rullo would make the lead stand up making a couple of great saves at the end to give Carter’s sole possession of first place…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 5 Hood 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 13 ( #9 Chris Huff, #0 Nick Avery) @ 2:05

    1-1 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 5 ( #16 Troy Anctil, #9 Bill Kennedy ) @ 2:38

    2-1 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 5 (#5 Stanley Sampson) @ 4:23

    3-1 Hood #0 Marc Stannard 6 ( #0 Nick Avery, #69 Scott Vogel) @ 10:05 pp

    3-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 17 (Unassisted) @ 11:59

    Peanlties

    CAR #16 Troy Anctil 2 Trip @ 8:16

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-2 Hood #9 Chris Huff 10 (Joe Foster ) @ 4:39

    4-3 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 18 ( #15 Cam Spring) @ 9:38

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-4 CAR #17 John Spring 13 (Unassisted) @ 1:34

    5-4 CAR #28 Brendon Martin 3 ( #3 Kurt Fletcher) @ 5:01

    Penalties

    CAR #16 Troy Anctil 2 Hook @ 3:14

    CAR #10 Adam Childs 4 Rough @ 13:42

    CAR #24 Brandon Martin 2 Rough

    CAR #10 Adam Childs 10 Misconduct @ 13:42

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 Rough @ 13:42

    Hood #69 Scott Vogel 5 Hit f Behind @ 13:42

    Hood #69 Scott Vogel 10 Game Misconduct @ 13:42

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 28 shots, 24 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 18 shots, 13 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 11-3 22 points: Hood 9-5-1 19 points

  197. Jeff Sampson had 3 goals and 2 assist and Rich Tibbets had 2 goals and 3 assist to lead BH Milliken (10-5) to a 10-5 victory over PFD (1-14) on Sunday night…

    Milliken dominated the first period striking 6 times…At the 1:02 mark Matt Martelle took a feed from Tibbets and found the back of the net…Scott Libby rifled home a pass from Sampson for a 2-0 lead @ the 4;19 mark…Tibbets struck 30 seconds later off a feed from Martelle for a 3-0 lead…Sampson @ the 9:30 mark would make it 4-0 converting a pass from Libby…Ron Giroux slide on pass Kai Becksvoort for a 5 lead and with just 10 seconds left in the period Sampson would round out the scoring for a 6-0 Milliken lead after 1…

    John Harvey made it a 7-0 game as he ripped home a shot off a feed from Giroux 13 seconds into the 2nd…John Brennon would get PFD on the board snapping a wrist shot that beat Mike Payne @ the 1:51 mark…Brennon would strike again taking a flip pass from Dean Berry and beating Payne on a break-away…Martelle would make it 8-2 off a feed from Tibbets and Tibbets would bang home a feed from #1 for a 9-2 Milliken lead after 2…

    PFD would come out strong in the 3rd as Sheldon Gregoire banged home a rebound of a Brennon shot to make it a 9-3 game…Brennon would make a beautiful tip off a pass from the point by Eric Weeks to make it a 9-4 game…Scott Krum would bang home a Gregoire shot to make it a 9-5 game with just over 4 minutes left…#1 would round out the scoring ripping home a pass from Tibbets on the power play accounting for the 10-5 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 10 PFD 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #20 Matt Martelle 7 ( #36 Rich Tibbets , #88 Jeff Sampson) @ 1:02

    2-0 BH #24 Scott Libby 8 ( #88 Jeff Sampson) @ 4:19

    3-0 BH #36 Rich Tibbets 1 ( #20 Matt Martelle , #88 Jeff Sampson) @ 4:55

    4-0 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 6 ( #24 Scott Libby, #36 Rich Tibbets) @ 9:30

    5-0 BH #44 Ron Giroux 7 ( #21, #24 Scott Libby) @ 11:47

    6-0 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 7 ( #1) @ 13:50

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    7-0 BH # 15 John Harvey 6 ( #44 Ron Giroux) @ :13

    7-1 PFD #16 John Brennon 12 (Kai Becksvoort) @ 1:51

    7-2 PFD #16 John Brennon 13 ( #7 Dean Berry ) @ 5:15

    8-2 BH #20 Matt Martelle 8 ( #36 Rich Tibbets, #1 ) @ 7:48

    9-2 BH #36 Rich Tibbets 2 ( #1 ) @ 8:56

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    9-3 PFD #6 Sheldon Gregoire 1 ( #16 John Brennon, #3 Ryan Walsh) @ 5:13

    9-4 PFD #16 John Brennon 14 ( #25 Eric Weeks, #2 Gary Plamondon) @ 7:06

    9-5 PFD #13 Scott Krum 2 ( #6 Sheldon Gregoire, #7 Dean Berry ) @ 9:17

    10-5 BH #1 1 ( #36 Rich Tibbets , #0 Dave Madsen) @ 12:40 pp

    Penalties

    PFD # 10 John Denham 2 Trip @ 11:39

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 21 shots, 16 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort (43 shots, 33 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 10-5 20 points: PFD 1-14 2 points

  198. SMCC(8-5-2) scored five 3rd period goals to break open a tight game in a 7-1 over the Tradesman( 6-8) on Sunday night….

    SMCC would strike 3:55 into the game as #26 fired a shot over the glove of Dan Moragn of a Craig Dudley feed for a 1-0 lead…Randy Corbett would tie the game with a beautiful snap shot that bounced off the post and in to tie the game @ 1 after 1…

    SMCC would take the lead for good 1:26 into the 2nd as #26 found the back of the net off a feed from Sam Perkins…2-1 SMCC after 2…

    #26 would complete the hat-trick :54 seconds into the 3rd fire home a pass from Kyle Huber for a 3-1 lead…The wheels then came off for the Tradesman as Ryan Crowley tipped home a pass from Matt Brooks 1:06 later and then 1:03 after that #26 would add a 4th goals off a feed from Josh Caron…Zach Tooker would take a feed from #27 to make it 6-1 7:31 into the 3rd and then #27 would score on a break-away to round out the scoring…7-1 SMCC

    Box Score

    Score

    SMCC 7 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #26 ( #12 Craig Dudley) @ 3;55

    1-1 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 4 ( #18 Brad Burtasket, # 24 Noah Miner) @ 6:07

    Penalties

    SMCC #11 Ryan Crowley 2 Trip @ 8:14

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SMCC #26 ( #3 Sam Perkins) @ 1:26

    Penalties

    SMCC #24 Chris Roy 2 Trip @12:42

    TRA #66 Ron Smith @ X-Check @ 13:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 SMCC #26 ( #1 Kyle Huber ) @ :54

    4-1 SMCC #11 Ryan Crowley 2 ( #20 Matt Brooks, #26) @ 2:00

    5-1 SMCC #26 (#29 Josh Caron) @ 3:03

    6-1 SMCC #21 Zack Tooker 4 ( #27) @ 7:31

    7-1 SMCC #27 (Unassisted) @ 9:35

    Penalties

    SMCC #3 Sam Perkins 2 Rough @ 3:39

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 Trip @ 3:39

    SMCC #15 Nate Hines 2 Rough @ 5:16

    TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 Rough @ 5:16

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 15 shots, 14 saves) : Tradesman Dan Moragn (35 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 8-5-2 18 points: Tradesman 6-8 12 points

  199. Tim Bryant had 3 goals and 5 assist to stretch Atlantic’s (10-4-1) unbeaten steak to 11 games with a 10-6 win over HVAC(5-9-1)…

    Bryant struck 1:25 into the game of a feed from Mark Embury…HVAC would tie the game up 30 seconds later as Charlie Elwell found the back of the net off a nice pass from Chris Plummer…Elwell would return the favor and set-up Plummer to give HVAC a 2-1 lead 2:36 into the game…Less than a minute later Joe Sturtevant fired a shot that found the back of the net to tie the game @ 2 just 3:26 into the game…Paul Miller would give HVAC a 3-2 lead @ the 8:23 mark snapping a pass from Jim Duest…Bryant took a feed from Embury and beat Chris Willey to tie the game @ the 10:15 mark…Bryant would complete the hat-trick two minutes later converting another nice pass from Embury..4-3 Atlantic after 1…

    1:19 into the 2nd John Cushing would take a feed from Bryant and give Atlantic a two goal lead…Embury would take a shot from the blue-line that found the back of the net for a 6-3 lead 2 minutes later…Sean McGoldrick and Cushing would score later in the 2nd to make it and 8-3 game both of feeds from Bryant…Duest would fire home a shot off a feed from Miller to cut the lead to 4 after 2…8-4 Atlantic…

    Cushing would complete his hat-trick 2:04 into the 3rd as he fired a shot that found the back of the net…Just over a minute later Duest would again take a feed from Miller and fire a shot that beat Joe Parker to make it 9-5…Cushing would make it 10 for Atlantic and in the dying seconds of the game Duest would set-up Steve Perry to account for the 10-6 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 10 HVAC 6

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 12 ( #17 Mark Embury , #0 Sean McGoldrick) @ 1:25

    1-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 8 (#12 Chris Plummer) @ 1:56

    2-1 HVAC #12 Chris Plummer 1 ( #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 2:36

    2-2 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 6 ( #15 Tim Bryant, #41 Cody Norton ) @ 3:25

    3-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 10 ( #5 Jim Duest ) @ 8:11

    3-3 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 13 ( #41 Cody Norton , #17 Mark Embury) @ 10:15

    4-3 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 14 ( #17 Mark Embury, # 7 John Cushing ) @ 12:39

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    5-3 ATL # 7 John Cushing 29 ( #15 Tim Bryant) @ 1:19

    6-3 ATL #17 Mark Embury 4 (Unassisted) @ 2:56

    7-3 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 10 ( #15 Tim Bryant, #41 Cody Norton) @ 7:45

    8-3 ATL # 7 John Cushing 30 ( #15 Tim Bryant, #0 Sean McGoldrick ) @ 8:23

    8-4 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 8 ( #8 Paul Miller ) @ 12:02

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    9-4 ATL # 7 John Cushing 31 ( #15 Tim Bryant, #0 Sean McGoldrick ) @ 2:04

    9-5 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 9 ( #8 Paul Miller ) @ 3:22

    10-5 ATL # 7 John Cushing 32 ( #0, #41 Cody Norton) @ 4:35

    10-6 HVAC #6 Steve Perry 3 ( #5 Jim Duest , #2 Rob Mitchell) @ 13:44

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 23 shots, 17 saves): HVAC Chris Willey ( 36 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 10-4-1 21 points: HVAC 5-9-1 11 points

  200. Carter’s (12-3) scored four 3rd period goals to pull off a dramatic 5-4 come from behind victory over Sebago Brew (6-7-2)…

    The only goal in the first period happened with in the dying seconds as Mike Pomerleau took a feed from Tom Forgues and out-waited Mike Rullo and slipped a backhander into the twine for a 1-0 Sebago lead after 1…

    Seabgo would extend the lead to 2 goals when Lars Sjulander cut in from the point and blasted a pass from Dwight Doucette past Rullo 1:38 into the 2nd…1:50 later Forgues took a feed from Pomerleau a slipped a shot past Rullo for a 3-0 lead…Troy Anctil would get one back from Carter’s to cut the lead to 2 as he picked up a loose puck a rifled a shot over Julian Kaelin …3-1 after 2..

    Brandon Martin Would make a beautiful tip of a Jesse Bain point shot 1:34 into the 3rd to cut the lead to one…@ the 6:58 mark Pete Mirehouse would make an end-to end dash a fire a shot to tie the game up @ 3…Just 9 seconds later Jay Lachance picked up a loose puck a rifled a slap shot that popped up and over Rullo for a 4-3 Sebago lead…With 4:37 left T. Anctil finished off a nice break-out pass from Mirehouse to tie the game @ 4…Bain would fire a shot at Kaelin that would bounce of a D man leg and find the back of the net with 22 seconds to complete the comeback…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 5 Sebago Brew 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 7 ( #19 Tom Forgues, #1 Arty Mclean) @ 13:54

    Penalties

    SB #19 Tom Forgues 2 Hook @ 10:43

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 SB #20 Lars Sjulander 1 ( #11 Dwight Doucette) @ 1:38

    3-0 SB #19 Tom Forgues 9 ( #91 Mike Pomerleau) @ 3:28

    3-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 19 (Unassisted) @ 12:14

    Penalties

    SB #4 Jay Lachance 2 Slash @ 13:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 CAR #28 Brendon Martin 4 ( #0 Jesse Bain) @ 1:34

    3-3 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 6 (Unassisted) @ 6:58

    4-3 SB #4 Jay Lachance 9 (Unassisted) @ 7:07

    4-4 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 20 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #15 Cam Spring) @ 9:23

    5-4 CAR #0 Jesse Bain 1 (Unassisted) @ 13:38

    Penalties

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Slash @ 8:04

    CAR #28 Brendon Martin 2 Rough @ 8:04

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 17 shots, 13 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 28 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 12-3 24 points: Sebago Brew 6-7-2 14 points

  201. Chris Neault scored two goals in the 2nd period and Roland Duquette dished off 3 assist to lead the Tradesman (7-8) to a 6-2 win over Hood (9-6-1)…

    1:23 into the game Noah Miner took a feed from Randy Corbett and fired a shot that eluded Joe Foster to give the Tradesman a 1-0 lead…Just over half-way though the period Randy Corbett fired a shot over Foster for a 2-0 Tradesman lead…

    17 seconds into the 2nd Kevin Boyce took a nick Avery pass a fired a shot that found the back of the net to cut the lead in half…Just over 1 minute later Neault banged home a rebound of a Duquette shots to restore the 2 goal lead…Ryan Daly would make it a 3-2 game as he picked up a loose puck a fired a shot that found the back of the net…Neault would fire a shot over Foster glove converting a nice pass from Duquette to make it a 4-2 game…In the dying seconds of the period Brad Burtasket tapped home a Corbett shot to give the Tradesman a 5-2 lead after 2…

    Mark Kemper would round out the scoring banging home a Duquette shot to account for the 6-2 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 6 Hood 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 14 ( #8 Randy Corbett) @ 1:23

    2-0 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 5 ( # 24 Noah Miner, #77 Mark Van Zandt) @ 7:37

    Penalties

    Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 2 Hook @ 10:07

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 6 ( #0 Nick Avery) :17

    3-1 TRA #0 Chris Neault 3 ( # 4 Roland Duquette, #21 Mark Kemper ) @ 1:50

    3-2 Hood #11 Ryan Daly 4 (#2) @ 3:04

    4-2 TRA #0 Chris Neault 4 ( # 4 Roland Duquette, #0 Doug Sernac) @ 7:39

    5-2 TRA #18 Brad Burtasket 2 ( #8 Randy Corbett , #3 Chris Fullarton) @ 13:37

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-2 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 4 ( # 4 Roland Duquette) @ 3:25

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Tradesman Goalie (17 shots, 15 saves): Hood Joe Foster (28 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 7-8 14 points: Hood 9-6-1 19 points

  202. Scott Fitser collected 4 assist and Julian Kaelin kicked aside 23 shots as Sebago Brew (7-7-2) beat PFD (1-15) 7-2 in action on Tuesday night…

    Gary Plamondon netted the only goal of the first period by blasting home a shot that beat Kaelin to give PFD a 1-0 lead after 1…

    1:33 into the 2nd Brian Johnson took a feed from Fitser and slipped a shot by Joe Foster to tie the game…John Denham would restore the one goal lead for PFD as he fired home a rebound of a Scott Krum shot…Lars Sjulander would tie the game up at 2 as he rifled home a pass from Mike Pomerleau @ the 5:23 mark…At 8:53 Jay Lachance ripped home a shot from the point off a feed from Fitser to give Sebago the lead for good… 3-2 Sebago after 2…

    1:18 into the 3rd Johnson would strike again ripping home a pass from Fitser to make it a 4-2 game…Less than one minute later, Pomerleau would take a feed from Fitser and beat Foster to make it 5-2…Lachance would net his 2nd of the game and 11th of the year and #0 would strike in the final 4 minutes to put the game away for good with Tom Forgues and Kevin Hopkins picking up assist one each goal to ice the 7-2 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 7 PFD 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 PFD #2 Gary Plamondon 2 (Unassisted) @ 1:42

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SB #8 Brian Johnson 5 ( #3 Scott Fitser, #20 Lars Sjulander) @ 1:33

    2-1 PFD # 10 John Denham 4 ( #13 Scott Krum, #23) @ 2:32

    2-2 SB #20 Lars Sjulander 2 ( #91 Mike Pomerleau) @ 5:24

    3-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 10 ( #3 Scott Fitser, #8 Brian Johnson) @ 8:53

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 SB #8 Brian Johnson 6 ( #3 Scott Fitser) @ 1:18

    5-2 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 8 ( #3 Scott Fitser, #12 Kevin Hopkins ) @ 1:53

    6-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 11 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins, #19 Tom Forgues) @ 10:22

    7-2 SB #0 3 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins, #19 Tom Forgues) @ 11:24

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin (25 shots, 23 saves): PFD Joe Foster (37 shots, 30 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 7-7-2 16 points: PFD 1-15 2 points

  203. Gabe Gumiond scored 2 goals to help propel BH Milliken (11-5) to a 4-2 victory over SMCC (8-6-2) in the late action on Tuesday night…

    Both Lincoln Jordon and Mike Payne kept the game scoreless the the first period kicking aside every shot sent in their direction…

    Gumiond would start the scoring in in the 2nd 2:35 in as he picked up a loose puck and rifled a shot that beat Jordon to give Milliken a brief 1-0 lead…3 Minutes later Matt Brooks would take a Ryan Crowley and find the back off the net to tie the game up @ 1…Just 1:30 later, #52 would take a nice break-out pass from Kevin Colangelo make a nice move and flip one into the empty net for a 2-1 Milliken lead…Kyle Huber would tie the game up for SMCC with just 3 tick left on the clock as he cut in from the point and rifled home a pass from Nate Hines…2-2 after 2…

    4:03 into the 3rd Gumiond would strike again as he would again pick up a loose puck and blast a shot that beat Jordon to give Milliken a 3-2 lead…Matt Martelle would ice the game when he buried a feed from #52 for a 4-2 win for Milliken…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 4 SMCC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 2 Check @ 1:00

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 16 (Unassisted) @ 2:35

    1-1 SMCC #20 Matt Brooks 2 ( #11 Ryan Crowley) @ 6:29

    2-1 BH #52 1 ( #7 Kevin Colangelo, #69 Jim Skvorak) @ 8:03

    2-2 SMCC #1 Kyle Huber 1 ( #15 Nate Hines, #3 Sam Perkins) @ 13:57

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 17 (Unassisted) @ 4:03 pp

    4-2 BH #20 Matt Martelle 9 ( #52, #36 Rich Tibbets ) @ 7:16

    Penalties

    SMCC #27 Brendon Martin 2 Trip @ 3:41

    SMCC #27 Brendon Martin 2 Rough @ 3:41

    BH #20 Matt Martelle 2 Rough @ 3:41

    BH #20 Matt Martelle 2 Check @ 12:57

    SMCC #27 Brendon Martin 2 Rough @ 13:24

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 26 shots, 24 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 24 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 11-5 22 points: SMCC 8-6-2 18 points

  204. Ken Anctil had 3 goals and Mike Rullo kicked aside 28 shots as Carter’s (13-3) ended Atlantic (10-5-1) 11 game unbeaten streak in convincing fashion with a 6-0 victory…

    4:19 into the game Troy Anctil would steal the puck and bust by the defense and slip a shot under Joe Parker to give Carter’s a 1-0 lead…K Anctil would strike 1:30 later as he took a beautiful beak-out pass from Brain Fish and beat Parker for a 2-0 lead…2-0 after 1…

    T. Anctil would strike @ the 11:13 mark ripping home a feed from Tim Polowski for a 3-0 lead…With just 10 seconds left in the 2nd T Anctil would set-up K Anctil for his 2nd of the game and a 4-0 lead after 2…

    Just 59 Seconds into the 3rd K Anctil would complete the hat-trick as he picked up a loose puck and fired a shot that beat Parker for a 5-0 lead…Zach Leo would slip a shot five hole off a nice feed from Greg Shapiro for the 6 goal lead…Mike Rullo was outstanding kicking aside several point blank shots for the 6-0 Carter’s win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 6 Atlantic 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 21 (Unassisted) @ 4:19

    2-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 25 ( #11 Brian Fish) @ 6:17

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 22 ( #15 Tim Polowski ) @ 11:13

    4-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 26 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 13:50

    Penalties

    ATL #17 Mark Embury 2 Trip @ 3:00

    CAR #15 Tim Polowski 2 Hook @ 8:30

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 27 (Unassisted) @ :59

    6-0 CAR #12 Zach Leo 6 ( #18 Greg Shapiro) @ 9:17

    Penalties

    CAR #11 Brian Fish 2 Hook @ 3:21

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo (28 shots, 28 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker (18 shots, 12 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 13-3 26 points: Atlantic 10-5-1 21 points

  205. Pete Mirehouse banged home a rebound 5:36 into the 3rd and Mike Rullo kicked aside 25 of the 27 shots he faced to lead Carter’s(14-3) to a 3-2 victory over SMCC (8-7-2)…

    Troy Anctil would tally the only goal of the first period just :57 seconds in taking a beautiful pass from Ken Anctil and beating Lincoln Jordon on a break-away..1-0 Carter’s after 1…

    With time winding down in the 2nd #10 for SMCC picked up a loose puck a flipped a shot over Rullo to send the game into the 3rd tied at 1…

    1:48 into the 3rd Tim Polowski took a pass from John Spring and rifled a shot past Jordon to give Carter’s the 2-1 lead…@ the 4:31 mark #10 would strike again for SMCC as he took a feed from Ryan Crowley and fired a shot over Rullo’s glove to tie the game…Just over a minute later Pete Mirehouse would bang home a rebound of a Kurt Fletcher shot to give Carter’s the 3-2 lead…Rullo would make the lead stand up kicking aside shot after shot to preserve the 3-2 win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 3 SMCC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 23 ( #7 Ken Anctil) @ :57

    Penalties

    CAR #11 Brian Fish 2 Rough @ 9:10

    CAR #27 Tim Thornton 2 Rough @ 9:10

    SMCC #20 Matt Brooks 2 Rough @ 9:10

    SMCC #26 2 Rough @ 9:10

    SMCC #15 Nate Hines 2 Trip @ 13:30

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SMCC #10 (Unassisted) @ 13:23

    Penalties

    CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 2 Hook @ 4:20

    SMCC #29 Josh Caron 2 Trip @ 8:00

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 5 ( #17 John Spring, #15 Cam Spring) @ 1:48

    2-2 SMCC #10 ( #11 Ryan Crowley, #29 Josh Caron) @ 4:31

    3-2 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 7 ( #3 Kurt Fletcher , #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 5:36

    Penalties

    CAR #27 Tim Thornton 4 High-Stick @ 9:29

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 27 shots, 25 saves): SMCC Lincoln Jordon (14 shots, 11 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 14-3 28 points: SMCC 8-7-2 18 points

  206. Andy scored two goals and Mike Payne kicked aside 23 out of 24 shots to help BH Milliken (12-5) over Hood (9-7-1) on Sunday night…

    Sousa would strike first for Milliken firing a shot over Dan Morgan’s shoulder off a feed from Scott Libby to give Milliken the early 1-0 lead…Two minutes later, Hood would tie the game as Scott Vogel would fire home a pass from Ryan Daly to tie the game…1-1 after 1…

    10:13 into the 2nd, Sousa would strike again taking a feed from Jim Skvorak a beating Morgan over his glove…Gabe Gumiond would extend the lead too two goals taking a feed from #52 a rifling a shot that beat Morgan 3-1 Milliken after 2…

    #52 would tally twice in the 3rd for Milliken to salt the game away the first with Gumiond seeting him up and the next with #25 setting him up…Final 5-1 BH Milliken…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 5 Hood 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #49 Andy Sousa 5 ( #24 Scott Libby) @ 2:25

    1-1 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 14 ( #11 Ryan Daly, #5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 4:25

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 BH #49 Andy Sousa 6 ( #69 Jim Skvorak) @ 10:13

    3-1 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 18 ( #52, #44 Ron Giroux) @ 12:54

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 BH #52 2 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 7:33

    5-1 BH #52 3 ( #25 Nick Porto) @ 10:42

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 24 shots, 23 saves): Hood Dan Morgan (26 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 12-5 24 points: Hood 9-7-1 19 points

  207. Eric Brewer had 4 goals to pace the Tradesman (8-8) over PFD (1-16) 13-5 in a wild game on Sunday night…

    Brewer started off the scoring 6:18 in firing hom a pass from Brad Burtasket…Mark Kemper tipped home a rebound of a Chris Neault shot to extend the lead to 2…John Brennan would get one back for PFD just over 1 minute later of a nice from from Gary Plamondon…Ron Smith would convert a pass from Roland Duquette to make it a 2 goal game…Eric Brewer would strike twince in the final minute to give the Tradesman a 5-1 lead … In the dying seconds of the first Burtasket would tipe home a beuatiful pass from Randy Corbett a 6-1 lead after 1..

    Brennan would strkie gain off a feed from John Cannon to make it a 6-2 game before Ron Smith tallied with just over 3 minutes left in the 2nd off a tip of a Noah Miner shot to give the Tradesman a 7-2 lead…

    Corbett would tally and Kemper would tally twice in the first 3 minute of the 3rd to make it a 10-2 game…Plamondon would take a feed from Cannon and fire a shot past Morgan to make it 10-3…Off the ensuing face-off Brewer would tally his 4th…Mark Van Zandt and Corbett would find the back of the net while John Brennan would tally twice for PFD to account for the 13-5 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 13 PFD 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 4 ( #18 Brad Burtasket, #8 Randy Corbett ) @ 6:18

    2-0 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 5 ( #0 Chris Neault, # 4 Roland Duquette ) @ 7:59

    2-1 PFD #16 John Brennon 15 ( #2 Gary Plamondon ) @ 8:50

    3-1 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 6 ( # 4 Roland Duquette ) @ 9:17

    4-1 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 5 ( #18 Brad Burtasket, #77 Mark Van Zandt ) @ 12:14

    5-1 TRA #18 Brad Burtasket 3 ( #8 Randy Corbett, #3 Chris Fullarton ) @ 13:05

    6-1 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 6 ( #3 Chris Fullarton ) @ 13:48

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-2 PFD #16 John Brennon 16 ( #11 John Cannon) @ 3:44

    7-2 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 7 ( # 24 Noah Miner ) @ 11:38

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    8-2 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 6 ( #3 Chris Fullarton, #18 Brad Burtasket) @ :59

    9-2 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 6 ( #77 Mark Van Zandt ) @ 1:13

    10-2 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 7 ( # 4 Roland Duquette , #66 Ron Smith) @ 2:37

    10-3 PFD #2 Gary Plamondon 3 ( #11 John Cannon) @ 3:23

    11-3 TRA #25 Eric Brewer 7 ( #8 Randy Corbett) @ 3:37

    11-4 PFD #16 John Brennon 17 ( #12 Phil Larou ) @ 5:35

    12-4 TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 1 (Unassisted) @ 6:04

    13-4 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 7 ( #3 Chris Fullarton) @ 9:26

    13-5 PFD #16 John Brennon 18 (Unassisted) @ 10:12

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 19 shots, 14 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 34 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 8-8 16 points: PFD 1-16 2 points

  208. Troy Anctil had 4 goals and 1 assist to lead Carter’s (15-3) over the Tradesman (8-9) in a 7-1 victory…

    T. Anctil opened the scoring 1:03 into the game as he rifled a shot past Dan Morgan to give Carter’s a 1-0 lead…The Tradesman would tie the game up @ the 8:25 mark as Ron Smith ripped a feed from Roland Duquette past Mike Rullo…T Anctil would pick up a loose puck a fire a shot past Morgan 2 minutes later to give Carter’s a 2-1 lead…Ken Anctil would take a pass from T .Anctil and find the back of the net to make it 3-1 after 1…

    10:35 into the 2nd T. Anctil would complete the hat-trick lifting a shot over Morgan glove off a nice pass from Cam Spring…Brendon Martin would make it a 5-1 game after 2 as he banged home a feed from Greg Shapiro @ the 12:29 mark…

    K Anctil would add his 2nd of the game with an unassisted tally 3:22 into the 3rd to make it 6-1…T Anctil would add his 4th of the game while shorthanded after receiving a nice feed from Zach Leo…7-1 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 7 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 24 ( #7 Ken Anctil , #9 Bill Kennedy) @ 1:03

    1-1 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 8 ( # 4 Roland Duquette, # 24 Noah Miner) @ 8:12

    2-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 25 (Unassisted) @ 10:19

    3-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 28 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 12:22

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 26 ( #15 Cam Spring) @ 10:35

    5-1 CAR #28 Brendon Martin 5 ( #18 Greg Shapiro) @ 12:29

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-1 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 29 (Unassisted) @ 3:22

    7-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 27 ( #12 Zach Leo) @ 10:28 sh

    Penalties

    TRA # 66 Ron Smith 2 Rough @ 9:05

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 4 Rough @ 9:05

    CAR #16 Troy Anctil 2 Rough @ 14:15

    TRA #0 Nate Becker 2 Rough @ 14:15

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 26 shots, 25 saves): Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 28 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 15-3 30 points: Tradesman 8-9 16 points

  209. SMCC(9-7-2) scored two goals in the last 33 seconds to cap a dramatic 6-5 come from behind victory over Atlantic (10-6-1)…

    #30 started off the scoring for SMCC 7:23 into the game of a feed from Nate Hines…Less than 2 minutes later, John Cushing would take a feed from Cody Norton and find the back of the net to tie the game at 1 after 1…

    #30 would tally again for SMCC 1:57 into the 2nd as he buried a feed from Josh Caron to give SMCC a 2-1 lead…At the 3:05 mark Ken Anctil would tip home a Cushing pass to tie the game up at 2…@ the 11:55 mark Chris Roy would pick up a loose puck while shorthanded and fire a shot past Joe Parker to give SMCC a 3-2 lead after 2…

    Ryan Crowley would make it a 2 goal game taking a pass from Brendon Martin and finading the back of the net…Atlantic would come back strong though as Cushing would net an unassisted tally firing a shot past Lincoln Jordon to cut the lead in half…@ the 5:32 mark Ken Anctil would take a feed from Cushing and tie the game up at four…With 2:21 left, Ken Anctil would give Atlantic the lead tipping home a feed from Cushing…This just set up the dramtics for SMCC though: With 33 sec left Matt Brooks would jam home a rebound to tie the game…Then in the Dying seconds #30 found a pass from Roy and flipped it past Parker to give SMCC the dramatic 6-5 come from behind victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    SMCC 6 Atlantic 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SMCC #30 ( #15 Nate Hines) @ 7:23

    1-1 ATL # 7 John Cushing 33 ( #41 Cody Norton, #17 Mark Embury) @ 9:16

    Penalties

    ATL #15 DJ Farnham 2 Trip @ 13:40

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SMCC #30 ( #29 Josh Caron, #1 Kyle Huber) @ 1:57

    2-2 ATL #7 Ken Anctil (# 7 John Cushing, #22 Robyn Smith) @ 3:05

    3-2 SMCC #24 Chris Roy 1 (Unassisted) @ 11:55 sh

    Penalties

    ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 2 High-Stick @ 9:27

    SMCC #27 Brendon Martin 2 Hold Stick @ 11:30

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 SMCC #11 Ryan Crowley 3 ( #27 Brendon Martin , #1 Kyle Huber) @ 3:08

    4-3 ATL # 7 John Cushing 34 (Unassisted) @ 4:03

    4-4 ATL #7 Ken Anctil ( # 7 John Cushing , #15 DJ Farnham ) @ 5:32

    5-4 ATL #7 Ken Anctil ( # 7 John Cushing , #15 DJ Farnham ) @ 11:39

    5-5 SMCC #20 Matt Brooks 3 ( #30, #12 Craig Dudley) @ 13:27

    6-5 SMCC #30 ( #20 Matt Brooks, #24 Chris Roy ) @ 13:53

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 34 shots, 29 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker (19 shots, 13 saves)

    Team Records

    SMCC 9-7-2 20 points: Atlantic 10-6-1 21 points

  210. Jeff Sampson and Matt Martelle each had 3 goals and 2 assist to pace Milliken (13-5)to a 11-3 victory over HVAC (5-10-1) ….

    Sampson started off the scoring @ the 3:44 mark takng a feed from Ron Grioux and finding the back of the net…Sampson would strike again half-way though the period as he again converted a pass from Giroux…Just over 3 minute later, Sampson would complete the natural hat-trick pick up a loose puck and converting on a break-away for a 3-0 Millliken lead after 1…

    43 seconds into the 2nd Martelle would slip a backhand shot five hole on Chris Willey for a 4-0 lead…Halfway though the 2nd, Martelle would rip home a pass from Sampson for a 5-0 Milliken lead…Paul Miller would get HVAC on the board flipping a pass from Charlie Elwell over Mike Payne to cut the lead to four…#1 would extend the lead back to five slipping a shot under Willey off a nice feed from Scott Libby…6-1 Milliken after 2…

    Miller would tally again for HVAC ripping home a pass from Jim Duest to make it a 6-2 game…Milliken would then put the game away with 5 unanswered goals…30 seconds after the Miller tally Martelle would get his hat trick converting a pass from Sampson…Gage Gumiond would strike twice in just over a minute the first assisted by Martelle and the 2nd unassisted to make it a 9-2 game…Giroux would tip home a feed from Libby for the 10th goal and then Kevin Colangelo blasted home a pass from Jim Skvorak for a 11-2 lead…HVAC would get one back before time ran out as Elwell found the back of the net off a nice feed from Miller…11-3 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 11 HVAC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 8 ( #44 Ron Giroux) @ 3:44

    2-0 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 9 ( #44 Ron Giroux) @ 6:58

    3-0 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 10 (Unassisted) @ 9:36

    Penalties

    BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 2 Trip @ 11:59

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 BH #20 Matt Martelle 10 (Unassisted) @ :43

    5-0 BH #20 Matt Martelle 11 ( #88 Jeff Sampson, # 22 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 6:46

    5-1 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 11 ( #9 Charlie Elwell, # 10 Scott Fletcher) @ 10:16

    6-1 BH #1 ( #24 Scott Libby) @ 11:43

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 12 ( #5 Jim Duest) @ 1:39

    7-2 BH #20 Matt Martelle 12 ( #88 Jeff Sampson) @ 2:07

    8-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 19 ( #20 Matt Martelle) @ 3:12

    9-2 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 20 (Unassisted) @ 4:30 pp

    10-2 BH #44 Ron Giroux 8 ( #24 Scott Libby, #20 Matt Martelle) @ 10:06

    11-2 BH #7 Kevin Colangelo 6 ( #69 Jim Skvorak) @ 12:26

    11-3 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 9 (#8 Paul Miller, #6 Steve Perry ) @ 13:37

    Penalties

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Rough @ 3:58

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 17 shots, 14 saves): HVAC Chris Willey (30 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 13-5 26 points: HVAC 5-10-1 11 points

  211. Jim Duest had 4 goals and 5 assist to lead #8 HVAC (7-13-1) to an 16-7 victory over #9 PFD (1-20)…HVAC moves on to play #1 Carter’s (17-3) while PFD plays Sebago Brew (9-10-2) in an elimination next Tuesday…

    Duest would open up the scoring 50 seconds in off a pass from Charlie Elwell…2:57 in John Brennon took a feed from Kevin McGuire and flipped a shot over Chris Willey to tie the game @ 1…Duest would again tally off a feed from Elwell to give HVAC a 2-1 lead…Matt Stinger would bang home a rebound top make it 3-1…Elwell would take a feed from Duest to make it 4-1…Arron Rice would tip home a feed from Paul Miller and then Scott Fletcher would find the back of the net for a 6-1 lead after 1…

    Brennon would tally an unassisted goal to cut the lead to 6-2…Chris Plummer and Duest would add unassisted tallies to make it an 8-2 game…John Carolan would rip home a feed from Duest and the Carolan would convert a pass from Miller to make it a 10-2 game after 2…

    John Denham would flip home a rebound of a McGuire shot to make it 10-3 and then Brennon would take a feed from Scott Krum to make it 10-4…Duest would add his 4th of the game off a feed from Plummer and Fletcher would find the back of the net of a feed from Elwell to make it 12-4…McGuire would rip home a feed from Brennon but 30 sec later Elwell would make it a 13-5 game of a feed from Plummer…Plummer would find the back of the net off a feed from Duest(14-5) then A. Rice would rip home a pass from Fletcher and then off the ensuing face-off Plummer would bang home a pass from A Rice to make it 16-5…McGuire would tally twice in the final minute both off feed from Brennon to make it a 16-7 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 16 PFD 7

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 12 ( #9 Charlie Elwell, # 10 Scott Fletcher) @ :50

    1-1 PFD #16 John Brennon 19 ( #17 Kevin McGuire) @ 2:57

    2-1 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 13 ( #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 6:45

    3-1 HVAC #3 Matt Stinger 1 ( #14 Aaron Rice) @ 8:11

    4-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 12 ( #5 Jim Duest , #29 John Carolan) @ 9:26

    5-1 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 8 ( #3 Matt Stinger , #8 Paul Miller) @ 11:36

    6-1 HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 3 ( #3 Matt Stinger) @ 11:45

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-2 PFD #16 John Brennon 20 (Unassisted) @ 2:35

    7-2 HVAC #12 Chris Plummer 2 ( Unassisted) @ 5:44

    8-2 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 14 (Unassisted) @ 7:37

    9-2 HVAC #29 John Carolan 1 ( #5 Jim Duest, #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 11:56

    10-2 HVAC #29 John Carolan 2 ( #8 Paul Miller) @ 13:39

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    10-3 PFD # 10 John Denham 5 ( #17 Kevin McGuire, #16 John Brennon ) @ 2:17

    10-4 PFD #16 John Brennon 21 ( #13 Scott Krum ) @ 3:01

    11-4 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 15 ( #12 Chris Plummer, #2 Rob Mitchell ) @ 4:27

    12-4 HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 4 ( #5 Jim Duest, #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 4:48

    12-5 PFD #17 Kevin McGuire 2 ( #16 John Brennon, #13 Scott Krum) @ 8:04

    13-5 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 13 ( #12 Chris Plummer, #5 Jim Duest) @ 8:32

    14-5 HVAC #12 Chris Plummer 3 ( #5 Jim Duest, # 10 Scott Fletcher ) @ 9:56

    15-5 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 9 ( # 10 Scott Fletcher) @ 11:08

    16-5 HVAC #12 Chris Plummer 4 ( #14 Aaron Rice ) @ 11:39

    16-6 PFD #17 Kevin McGuire 3 ( #16 John Brennon, #13 Scott Krum) @ 12:58

    16-7 PFD #17 Kevin McGuire 4 (#16 John Brennon) @ 13:38

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: HVAC Chris Willey ( 18 shots, 11 saves): PFD #0 ( 40 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 7-13-1: PFD 1-20

  212. Tim Bryant rifled home a shot with 54.6 seconds left to lift #3 Atlantic (13-7-1) to a 6-5 victory over #6 Sebago Brew (9-10-2)…Sebago will play PFD (1-20) in an elimination game and Atlantic will play the winner of the #2 BH Milliken (15-5) and #7 Tradesman (10-10) game…

    Bryant would tally the only goal in the first @ the 7:36 mark as he picked up a loose puck and wristed a shot that went of the goalie’s glove and in the back of the net…1-0 Atlantic after 1…

    DJ Farnham would tally the only goal in the 2nd with 2:10 left as he banged home a rebound of a John Cushing shot for s 2-0 lead after 2…

    The 3rd period was a wild one that came right down until the end…Tom Forgues took a feed from Gene St Cyr and fired a shot over the glove of Joe Parker just 1:18 into the 3rd to cut the lead in half…Bryant would strike again less than a minute later as he picked up a loose puck and fired a shot that found the back of the net to give Atlantic a 3-1 lead…At the 4:04 mark #0 for Sebago took a feed from Scot Fitser and fired a shot past Parker to cut the lead to one: 3-2…At the 5:16 mark, Jay Lachance banged home a rebound of a Brian Hamman shot to knot the game at 3…With 7:05 left: Cushing picked off a errant pass a fired a shot past the netminder low stick side to give Atlantic a one goal lead again a 4-3…With 6:13 left: Dwight Doucette fired a seeing eye shot from the point off a face-off win by Forgues to tie the game at four…With 4:18 left : Bryant would complete the hat-trick picking up a loose puck and finding the back of the net again giving Atlantic a one goal lead again…Sebago would tie the game at five with 2:12 left when Hamman tipped home a Kevin Hopkins pass: it looked like we might be headed to OT but Bryant had other ideas as he came down the right wing side a ripped a shot that just squeezed though the goalies six hole with 54.6 seconds left to give Atlantic a dramatic 6-5 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 6 Sebago Brew 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 20 (Unassisted) @ 7:36

    Penalties

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Check @ 13:08

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 ATL #15 DJ Farnham 1 ( # 7 John Cushing) @ 11:50

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SB #19 Tom Forgues 10 ( #22 Gene St Cyr, #1 Arty Mclean) @ 1:08

    3-1 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 21 (Unassisted) @ 2:17

    3-2 SB #0 6 ( #3 Scott Fitser, #4 Jay Lachance ) @ 4:04

    3-3 SB #4 Jay Lachance 15 ( #24 Brian Hamann, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 5:16

    4-3 ATL # 7 John Cushing 38 (Unassisted) @ 6:55

    4-4 SB #11 Dwight Doucette 5 ( #19 Tom Forgues ) @ 7:47

    5-4 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 22 (Unassisted) @ 9:42

    5-5 SB #24 Brian Hamann 2 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins ) @ 11:48

    6-5 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 23 (Unassisted) @ 13:05

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 21 shots, 16 saves): Sebago Brew #0 ( 30 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 13-7-1: Sebago Brew 9-10-2

  213. Nick Avery had 1 goals and 3 assist and Marc Stannard had 2 goals and 2 assists to pace #4 Hood(12-8-1) to a 6-2 victory over #5 SMCC (9-9-3)…SMCC moves on to play Carter’s (17-4) in an elimination game while Hood will take on HVAC (8-13-1) with a birth to the semi-final game on the line…

    34 seconds in Stanley Sampson tapped home a rebound of a Scott Vogel shot to give Hood the early lead…Stannard would extend the lead to 2 as he deposited a feed from Avery @ the 2:34 mark…SMCC would get on the board @ the 11:11 mark, when #0 picked up a lose puck and rifled a shot over Joe Foster glove…2-1 Hood after 1…

    Chris Huff would pick up a loose puck and rifle a shot past Lincoln Jordon 4:42 into the 2nd to make it a 3-1 lead…Just over 5 minutes later, Kevin Boyce tipped home a pass from Stannard to make it 4-1…Stannard would find the back of the net just over a minute later to make it 5-1 Hood after 2…

    Avery would rip a shot past Jordon 5:19 into the 3rd off a feed from Stannard to make it 6-1 Hood…Craig Dudley would get SMCC a late tally as he banged home a rebound off a Matt Brooks shots to account for the 6-2 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 6 SMCC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 Hood #5 Stanley Sampson 4 ( #69 Scott Vogel) @ :34

    2-0 Hood #0 Marc Stannard 8 ( #0 Nick Avery , #33 Greg Meehan) @ 2:43

    2-1 SMCC #0 (Unassisted) @ 11:11

    Penalties

    SMCC #27 Brendon Martin 2 X-Check @ 11:57

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 Hood #9 Chris Huff 12 (Unassisted) @ 4:42

    4-1 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 11 ( #0 Marc Stannard , #0 Nick Avery ) @ 9:09

    5-1 Hood #0 Marc Stannard 9 ( #0 Nick Avery ) @ 10:18

    Penalties

    Hood #9 Chris Huff 2 High-Stick @ 2:13

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-1 Hood #0 Nick Avery 15 ( #0 Marc Stannard , #9 Kevin Boyce ) @ 5:19

    6-2 SMCC #12 Craig Dudley 5 ( #20 Matt Brooks, #23 Caleb Wannemacher) @ 7:44

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 21 shots, 19 saves) : SMCC Lincoln Jordon ( 22 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 12-8-1: SMCC 9-9-3

  214. Charlie Elwell had 2 goals to help #8 HVAC (8-13-1) upset #1 Carter’s (17-4) 4-0 last night…HVAC moves onto play Hood (12-8-1) with a birth to the semi-final game on the line while Carter’s will play SMCC (9-9-3) in an elimination game…

    Both goalie: Josh and Mike Rullo were outstanding in this game: HVAC would strike just 3:04 into the game as Elwell would rip a feed from Chris Plummer over Rullo’s glove to give HVAC a 1-0 lead after 1…

    Both goalies dominated the 2nd kicking aside every shot sent in their direction: it was still 1-0 HVAC after 2…

    8:21 into the 3rd Aaron Rice would rip home a feed from Paul Miller that would beat Rullo stick side to give HVAC a 2-0 lead…Rice would strike 1:01 later again off a feed from Miller to make it 3-0 HVAC…Elwell would bang home a loose puck off a Justin Rice shot with 29.4 seconds left to ice the game for HVAC…4-0 HVAC

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 Carter’s 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 14 ( #12 Chris Plummer ) @ 3:04

    Penalties

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 Hold @ 11:02

    HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 2 Hook @ 12:26

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-0 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 10 ( #8 Paul Miller , #4 Dave Marasso) @ 8:21

    3-0 HVAC #14 Aaron Rice 11 ( #8 Paul Miller , #4 Dave Marasso) @ 9:22

    4-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 15 ( #12 Chris Plummer , #7 Justin Rice) @ 13:30

    Penalties

    HVAC #2 Rob Mitchell 2 Hook @ 3:37

    Goalies: HVAC Josh ( 23 shots, 23 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo (30 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 8-13-1: Carter’s 17-4

  215. Tom Forgues had 3 goals and 2 assist as Sebago Brew (10-10-2) fought off elimination with a 10-0 victory over PFD (1-21)…Sebago Brew goes on the play the loser of the BH Milliken/Tradesman game Thursday @ 7:40 while PFD is eliminated….

    Forgues would start the scoring 1:32 in taking a feed from Brian Hammann a firing a shot over the goalie’s glove…Hammann would make it a 2-0 game tapping home a feed from #0 @ the 7:02 mark…Forgues would find the back of the net again with an unassisted tally @ the 11;34 mark to make it 3-0…Jay Lachance would tip home a beautiful pass from Scott Fitser to make it 4-0 at the 12:26 mark…Forgues would wrap up the scoring in the first taking a feed from Brian Johnson and finding the back of the net on a break-away: 5-0 Sebago after 1…

    The only tally of the 2nd period was at the 4:58 mark when #0 fired home a feed from Forgues to make it 6-0 Sebago after 2…

    Just 17 seconds into the 3rd, Arty McLean rip home a shot from the point of a nice feed from #0 to make it 7-0…6:26 in, Kevin Hopkins tipped home a nice pass from Lachance for his 3rd of the year to make it 8-0…Hammann would add his 2nd of the game 9:14 in as he banged home a rebound of a Forgues shot: 9-0…Fitser would tip home a pass from Lachance at the 11:08 mark to round out the scoring: 10-0 Sebago…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 10 PFD 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #19 Tom Forgues 11 ( #24 Brian Hamann ) @ 1:32

    2-0 SB #24 Brian Hamann 3 ( #0, #20 Lars Sjulander) @ 7:02

    3-0 SB #19 Tom Forgues 12 (Unassisted) @ 11:34

    4-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 16 ( #3 Scott Fitser, #11 Dwight Doucette) @ 12:26

    5-0 SB #19 Tom Forgues 13 ( #8 Brian Johnson, #11 Dwight Doucette) @ 13:30

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-0 SB #0 7 ( #19 Tom Forgues , #24 Brian Hamann) @ 4:58

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-0 SB #1 Arty Mclean 3 ( #0, #24 Brian Hamann) @ :17

    8-0 SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 3 ( #4 Jay Lachance, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 6:26

    9-0 SB #24 Brian Hamann 4 ( #19 Tom Forgues, #0 ) @ 9:14

    10-0 SB #3 Scott Fitser 8 ( #4 Jay Lachance) @ 11:08

    Penalties

    SB #4 Jay Lachance 2 Trip @ 1:51

    Goalies: Sebago Brew Eric Tanguay (10 shots, 10 saves): PFD #0 ( 42 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 10-10-2: PFD 1-21

  216. #2 BH Milliken (16-5) tallied 4 goals in the 3rd period to pull away from the #7 Tradesman (10-11) in an 6-3 victory…BH Milliken will play Atlantic (13-7-1) in a winners bracket game tomorrow while the Tradesman will battle Sebago Brew (10-10-2) in an elimination game…

    The only tally in the first period cam off the stick of Gabe Gumiond as he picked up a loose puck and fired a shot that beat Dan Moragn 2:25 in…1-0 Milliken after 1…

    3:34 into the 2nd, Randy Corbett would take a feed from Noah Miner a fire a shot that would elude Mike Payne to knot the game at 1…Mark Kemper would put the Tradesman ahead at the 9:43 mark as he ripped home a feed from Roland Duquette…Milliken would tie the game with 47 seconds left in the 2nd as #21 took a feed from Scott Libby and found the back of the net on the Power Play 2-2 after 2…

    Milliken would go on top for good 4:22 into the 3rd as #52 ripped home a feed from Jeff Sampson to make it 3-2…#52 would find the back of the net again off a great feed from #0 at the 8:25 mark for a 4-2 Milliken lead…35 seconds later, Matt Martelle would take a feed from Andy Sousa and fire a shot over Morgan’s glove to make it 5-2…The Tradesman would go away quietly as Duquette banged home a rebound off a Kemper shot on the power play to make it 5-3…Sampson would put the game away as he tapped home a nice feed from Libby to account for the 6-3 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    BH Milliken 6 Tradesman 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 BH # 22 Gabe Gumiond 23 (Unassisted) @ 2:25

    Penalties

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 Rough @ 5:30

    BH #20 Matt Martelle 2 Rough @ 8:34

    BH #24 Scott Libby 2 Hook @ 13:50

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 10 ( # 24 Noah Miner, #18 Brad Burtasket) @ 3:34

    2-1 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 11 ( # 4 Roland Duquette, # 66 Ron Smith ) @ 9:53

    2-2 BH #21 7 ( #24 Scott Libby ) @ 13:13 pp

    Penalties

    TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 2 Hook @ 11:40

    TRA #0 Chris Neault 2 Rough @ 13:55

    BH #7 Kevin Colangelo 2 Rough @ 13:55

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 BH #52 4 ( #88 Jeff Sampson , #24 Scott Libby) @ 4:22

    4-2 BH #52 5 ( #0, #88 Jeff Sampson) @ 8:25

    5-2 BH #20 Matt Martelle 15 ( #49 Andy Sousa, # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 9:00

    5-3 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 17 ( #21 Mark Kemper, # 66 Ron Smith) @ 10:50 pp

    6-3 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 11 ( #24 Scott Libby) @ 11:43

    Penalties

    BH #20 Matt Martelle 2 Rough @ :12

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 Rough @ :12

    BH #25 Nick Porto 2 Hook @ :23

    BH #7 Kevin Colangelo 2 Rough @ 10:26

    BH #7 Kevin Colangelo 2 X Check @ 10:26

    TRA #11 Pete Toohey 2 Rough @ 10:26

    Goalies: BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 16 shots, 13 saves): Tradesman Dan Morgan (29 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    BH Milliken 16-5: Tradesman 10-11

  217. Zach Leo scored with 2:34 left and Dan Morgan kicked aside 24 out of 25 shots to lift #1 Carter’s (18-4) to a dramatic 3-1 win over SMCC (9-10-3) to keep their season alive…Carter’s moves on to play the loser of BH Milliken/Atlantic game on Sunday…SMCC ends their season with a 9-10-3 record…

    The first period belonged to the netminders: Dan Morgan and #33 for SMCC as the kicked aside all shots sent in their direction…

    1:12 into the 2nd: #26 took a feed from Taylor Bishop and slide the puck under Dan Morgan to give SMCC the 1-0 lead…That was the way the period would end…

    It looked bleak for Carter’s going into the 3rd but just :41 seconds in Pete Mirehouse flipped a shot over #33 glove to knot the score @ 1…Leo would bang home a rebound off shots by Mirehouse and Ken Anctil with 2:36 left to give Carter’s a 2-1 lead…Carter’s would put the game on ice when Tim Polowski tapped home a feed from Cam Spring on a 2 on 1 for the 3-1 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 3 SMCC 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 Rough @ 5:05

    SMCC #14 2 Trip @ 6:50

    2nd Period

    1-0 SMCC #26 ( #13 Taylor Bishop) @ 1:12

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-1 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 8 ( #0 Jesse Bain) @ :41

    2-1 CAR #12 Zach Leo 8 ( #7 Ken Anctil, #8 Pete Mirehouse ) @ 11:26

    3-1 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 7 ( #15 Cam Spring ) @ 12:56

    Penalties

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 Rough @ 3:00

    Goalies: Carter’s Dan Morgan ( 25 shots, 24 saves): SMCC #33 ( 17 shots, 14 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 18-4: SMCC 9-10-3

  218. Sebago Brew (11-10-2) tallied 3 unanswered goals in the 3rd period for a dramatic 4-3 come from behind victory over the Tradesman(10-12)…Sebago moves on to play HVAC (8-14-1) in an elimination game Sunday @ 7:30…The Tradesman are eliminated…

    Mark Kemper got the Tradesman on the board @ the 2:45 mark as he took a feed from Eric Brewer and fired a shot by Eric Tanguay…Jay Lachance would tie the game at 1 22 seconds later as he buried a feed from Scott Fitser…42 seconds later, Roland Duquette would tip home a blast from a Chris Fullarton point shot past Tanguay to give the Tradesman a 2-1 lead…At the 9:26 mark, Randy Corbett would take a feed from Noah Miner a fire a shot over the glove of Tanguay to make it 3-1 Tradesman after 1…

    The 2nd period was scoreless as both Dan Morgan and Tanguay kicked aside every shot sent in thier direction…

    Chad Gillis would start the come back for Sebago tipping home a pass from #0 1:25 into the 3rd: 3-2… At the 5:12 mark, Brian Hammann would fire home a pass from Lachance to knot the game up at 3…Hammann would score the game winner at the 8:51 mark taking a feed from Tom Forgues in the slot and firing a shot over Morgan’s glove to complete the comeback…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 4 Tradesman 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 12 ( #25 Eric Brewer, # 4 Roland Duquette ) @ 2:45

    1-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 17 ( #3 Scott Fitser ) @ 3:07

    2-1 TRA # 4 Roland Duquette 18 ( #3 Chris Fullarton , #0 Chris Neault) @ 3:49

    3-1 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 11 ( # 24 Noah Miner) @ 9:26

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    TRA #21 Mark Kemper 2 Check @ 7:11

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 SB #2 Chad Gillis 1 ( #0, #1 Arty Mclean ) @ 1:25

    3-3 SB #24 Brian Hamann 5 ( #4 Jay Lachance , #20 Lars Sjulander ) @ 5:12

    4-3 SB #24 Brian Hamann 6 ( #19 Tom Forgues, #4 Jay Lachance) @ 8:51

    Penalties

    SB #19 Tom Forgues 2 Hook @ 9:44

    Goalies: Sebago Brew Eric Tanguay ( 18 shots, 15 saves) : Tradesman Dan Morgan ( 33 shots, 29 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 11-10-2: Tradesman 10-12

  219. Tim Bryant batted a puck out of midair 2:09 into OT to put Atlantic(14-7-1) in the Semi-Final game against Hood (13-8-1) with a 4-3 victory over BH Milliken (16-6)…Milliken moves on to play Carter’s (18-4) Sunday at 8:40 in what should be an epic clash…

    The first period belonged to both Joe Parker and Mike Payne as the stopped every shot sent in their direction…

    47 seconds into the 2nd, Cody Norton buried a nice feed from Bryant that beat Payne five hole to give Atlantic a 1-0 lead…At the 2:30 mark, Norton would strike again as he slid a shot that slipped though the six hole off a nice pass from John Cushing to give Atlantic a 2-0 lead…With just 52 seconds left in the period, #0 walked past the D man and rifled a shot top self to give Atlantic a 3-0 lead after 2…

    BH Milliken proved why the are the two time defending champs by dominated the 3rd period: 2:11 in Kevin Colangelo took a feed from Jim Skvorak and slide a shot past Parker to cut the lead to 3-1…With 5:58 left, #21 took a feed from Matt Martelle and beat Parker on a break-away to cut the lead to one…With 1:50 left: #52 would bang home a rebound off a #21 shot to even to score and send it into OT…

    2:09 into the OT, Bryant would bat a blocked shot out of mid-air to lift Atlantic to a 4-3 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 4 BH Milliken 3 in ot

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    ATL Bench 2 To Many on ice @ 8:55

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #41 Cody Norton 9 ( #15 Tim Bryant ) @ :47

    2-0 ATL #41 Cody Norton 10 ( # 7 John Cushing, #0 ) @ 2:30

    3-0 ATL #0 (Unassisted) @ 13:08

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 BH #7 Kevin Colangelo 10 ( #36 Rich Tibbets, #69 Jim Skvorak) @ 2:11

    3-2 BH #21 8 ( #20 Matt Martelle , #24 Scott Libby ) @ 8:02

    3-3 BH #52 6 ( #21, #49 Andy Sousa) @ 12:10

    Penalties

    None

    OT

    4-3 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 24 ( #0 ) @ 2:09

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 20 shots, 17 saves): BH Milliken ( 32 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 14-7-1: BH Milliken 16-6

  220. Nick Avery had 1 goals and 2 assist to lead Hood (13-8-1) to a 4-2 victory over HVAC (8-14-1) and into a semi-final match-up with Atlantic (14-7-1) on Sunday @ 9:40…HVAC will play Sebago Brew (11-10-2) @ 7:30 on Sunday in an elimination game…

    HVAC would be the only team to find the back of the net in the first period, when Chris Plummer took a blocked pass from Jim Duest walked past the D a fired a shot up and over Joe Foster glove: 1-0 HVAC after 1…

    Hood would break the ice 1:19 into the 2nd when Kevin Boyce fired in a rebound off a Avery shot to knot the game at 1…At the 8:54 mark, Marc Stannard would score on a wrap around with Avery getting the lone assist: 2-1 Hood after 2…

    Just 1:09 into the 3rd, Avery would fire home a pass from Stannard to make it 3-1 Hood…Just 1:36 later, Scot Vogel would tip home a rebound of a Greg Meehan shot for his 20th of the year to make it 4-1…HVAC wouldn’t go away quietly, on the power play Duest would redirected a Rob Cambell shot under Foster to cut the lead to 4-2 but that is as close as HVAC would get…

    Box Score

    Score

    Hood 4 HVAC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #12 Chris Plummer 5 ( #5 Jim Duest) @ 11:29

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 12 ( #0 Nick Avery , #33 Greg Meehan) @ 1:16

    2-1 Hood #0 Marc Stannard 10 ( #0 Nick Avery) @ 8:54

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 Hood #0 Nick Avery 16 ( #0 Marc Stannard) @ 1:09

    4-1 Hood #69 Scott Vogel 20 ( #33 Greg Meehan) @ 2:47

    4-2 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 16 ( #11 Rob Cambell) @ 12:48 pp

    Penalties

    Hood #666 William Sampson 2 Interference @ 12:15

    Goalies: Hood Joe Foster ( 23 shots, 21 saves): HVAC Josh ( 30 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Hood 13-8-1: HVAC 8-14-1

  221. Charlie Elwell had 2 goals and 1 assist to lead #8 HVAC ( 9-14-1) to a 4-2 win over #6 Sebago Brew (11-11-2) in an Elimination on Sunday night…HVAC moves on to play #1 Carter’s (19-4) on Tuesday night…Sebago Brew has been eliminated…

    Elwell tipped home a beautiful pass/shot from Rob Mitchell to give HVAC a 1-0 advantage 8:38 into the first..

    The 2nd period belonged to HVAC as they scored 3 unanswered goals: Elwell struck again 5:19 in as he ripped home a feed from Jim Duest 2-0 HAVC…Duest would make it a 3 goal game at the 8:59 mark as he took a feed from Elwell and slipped a wrap around under the goalie…With 1:22 left in the period, Chris Plummer picked up a loose puck a fired a shot past the netminder to make it 4-0 HVAC after 2…

    Seabgo Brew wouldn’t go away with a fight as the dominated the 3rd period: Just 13 seconds in Jay Lachance took a beautiful pass from Dwight Doucette a fired a shot the beat the HVAC netminder short side: 4-1…Tom Forgues would make it a two goal game 2:58 in, as he would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot of the glove of the goalie while shorthanded to cut the lead to 2…But that is as close a Sebago would get as HVAC lives to fight another day…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 16 ( #2 Rob Mitchell, #5 Jim Duest ) @ 8:38

    Penalties

    HVAC #2 Rob Mitchell 2 Hook @ 12:28

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 17 ( #5 Jim Duest ) @ 5:19

    3-0 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 17 ( #9 Charlie Elwell , #12 Chris Plummer) @ 8:59

    4-0 HVAC #12 Chris Plummer 6 (Unassisted) @ 12:38

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 18 ( #11 Dwight Doucette, #3 Scott Fitser ) @ :13

    4-2 SB #19 Tom Forgues 14 (Unassisted) @ 2:58 sh

    Penalties

    SB #20 Lars Sjulander 2 Trip @ 2:05

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 X-Check @ 5:08

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Rough @ 14:00

    Goalies: HVAC Josh ( 23 shots, 21 saves): Sebago Brew #0 ( 29 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 9-14-1 : Sebago Brew 11-11-2

  222. Troy Anctil found the back of the net for the 4th time with 1:07 left in OT to lift #1 Carter’s (19-4) over #2 BH Milliken (16-7) in an elimination game on Sunday night…Carter’s moves on to play #8 HVAC (9-14-1) Tuesday night @ 8:30… 2 time defending champ BH Milliken is eliminated…

    T Anctil would score his first of the game 4:33 in the first as he took a feed from Ken Anctil and fired a shot over Mike Payne’s glove to give Carter’s an early 1-0 lead..T Anctil would strike again 41 seconds later, as he took a pass from Zach Leo and beat Payne on a break-away to give Carter’s a 2-0 lead after 1…

    Jeff Sampson would cut that lead in half @ the 9:55 mark of the 2nd as he took a pass from #0 and fired a screen shot over the glove of Mike Rullo…Ron Giroux would tap home a beautiful pass from Andy Sousa to finish off a nice passing play to knot the game @ 2 after 2…

    Just :31 seconds into the 3rd, T Anctil would fire home a rebound of a John Spring point shot to give Carter’s a 3-2 lead…With just 3:53 left, #0 flipped home a pass Sampson to send the game into OT…

    After each team had grade A scoring chances to win the game: T. Anctil picked a pass from K Anctil and slipped a backhanded past the prone Payne to give Carter’s a 4-3 OT win: The game is an instant classic and was a pleasure to watch…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 4 BH Milliken 3 in ot

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 30 ( #7 Ken Anctil , #17 John Spring) @ 4:33

    2-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 31 ( #12 Zach Leo) @ 5:14

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 BH #88 Jeff Sampson 12 ( #0 ) @ 9:55

    2-2 BH #44 Ron Giroux 11 ( #49 Andy Sousa, # 22 Gabe Gumiond) @ 11:58

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 32 ( #17 John Spring, #11 Brian Fish) @ :31

    3-3 BH #0 1 ( #88 Jeff Sampson, #20 Matt Martelle) @ 10:07

    Penalties

    BH #44 Ron Giroux 2 Rough @ 1:28

    CAR #7 Ken Anctil 2 Rough @ 1:28

    CAR #27 Tim Thornton 2 Rough @ 1:28

    OT

    4-3 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 33 ( #7 Ken Anctil ) @ 3:57

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 25 shots, 22 saves): BH Milliken Mike Payne ( 29 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 19-4: BH Milliken 16-7

  223. Sean McGoldrick would tally twice to help pace #3 Atlantic (15-7-1) over #4 Hood (13-9-1) 4-3 on Sunday night…With the win Atlantic moves on to play for the Championship Thursday night @ 8:30…Hood will play the winner of the HVAC/Carter’s game Tuesday night @ 9:40…

    Tim Bryant got Atlantic on the board first @ the 2:17 mark when he took a pass from Darren Lizotte a fired a shot that beat Joe Foster on the stick side: 1-0 Atlantic…Kevin Boyce would tie the game up for Hood @ the 8:44 mark as he fired home a pass from Marc Stannard…Boyce would strike again 1:13 later, as he took a feed from Nick Avery broke in a Joe Parker and fired home a rebound of his own shot to give Hood a brief 2-1 lead…59 seconds later McGoldrick would pick up a loose puck a fire a shot that beat Foster to tie the game @ 2 after 1…

    McGoldrick would strike again with 5:01 left in the 2nd when he took a break-out pass from Mark Embury and fired a shot that beat Foster far side to give Atlantic a 3-2 lead after 2…

    1:58 into the 3rd, DJ Farnham took a pass from Bryant and slipped a shot past Foster to make it 4-2 Atlantic…6:56 in, Anthony Menario made it a one goal lead when banged home a rebound of a Chris Huff shot…Joe Parker would make the lead stand up making a couple of key saves in the final minutes to preserve the victory and a trip to the Championship game for Atlantic…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 4 Hood 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #15 Tim Bryant 25 ( #3 Darren Lizotte) @ 2:17

    1-1 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 13 ( #0 Marc Stannard, #0 Nick Avery) @ 8:44

    2-1 Hood #9 Kevin Boyce 14 ( #0 Nick Avery, #25 Scott Poland) @ 9:57

    2-2 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 11 (Unassisted) @ 10:56

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 12 ( #17 Mark Embury) @ 8:59

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 ATL #15 DJ Farnham 2 ( #15 Tim Bryant) @ 1:58

    4-3 Hood #0 Anthony Menario 1 ( #9 Chris Huff) @ 6:56

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Atlantic Joe Parker ( 18 shots, 15 saves): Hood Joe Foster ( 35 shots, 31 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 15-7-1: Hood 13-9-1

  224. Rob Camebll 2 G 1A powered HVAC (10-14-1) over Carter’s (19-5) to advance to play Eyes on Rosemont(Hood) (13-9-1) in a semi-final match-up…Carter’s was eliminated…

    Paul Miller opened up the scoring 2:28 into the game, as he took a feed from Cambell and fired a shot that bounced on Mike Rullo’s stick and in the net…1-0 HVAC after 1…

    4:07 into the 2nd Carter’s would tie the game up when Zach Leo took a feed from Tim Polowski and fired a shot on a break-away that beat Josh low glove side…HVAC would retake the lead at the 7:18 mark, when Cambell took a feed from John Carolan and fired a shot over Rullo’s glove…2-1 HVAC after 2…

    Cambell would make it a two goal game 5:36 into the 3rd with a great individual effort taking the puck end to end and firing a backhander on the crossbar and in…HVAC would put the game on ice when Carolan fired a shot off a face-off win by Charlie Elwell to eluded Rullo to make it a 4-1 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 Carter’s 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 17 ( #11 Rob Cambell, #29 John Carolan) @ 2:28

    Penalties

    HVAC #12 Bill Clark 2 Trip @ 3:14

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 CAR #12 Zach Leo 9 ( #15 Tim Polowski) @ 4:07

    2-1 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 10 ( #29 John Carolan, #8 Paul Miller) @ 7:18

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 11 (Unassisted) @ 5:36

    4-1 HVAC #29 John Carolan 3 ( #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 10:47

    Penalties

    CAR #0 Jesse Bain 2 Hook @ 6:39

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 X Check @ 8:13

    Goalies: HVAC Josh ( 15 shots, 14 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo (24 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 10-14-1: Carter’s 19-5

  225. John Carolan had 2 goals in the 3rd period to lead HVAC (11-14-1) out of the loser bracket and into the Championship game with a 4-1 win over Eyes on Rosemont(Hood)…HVAC will play for the Championship Thursday night @ 8:30 against Atlantic (15-7-1)…Eyes on Rosemont(Hood) was eliminated…

    Both goalies: Josh and Joe Foster kept the game scoreless though the first 2 periods making save after save…

    2:45 into the 3rd Charlie Elwell would pounce on a rebound of a Jim Duest shot to give HVAC a 1-0 lead…Eyes on Rosemont would knot the game at 1 just 34 seconds later when Greg Meehan took a feed from Anthony Menario, broke in on a break-away and fired a shot of Josh’s glove…The tie would be short lived however as 52 seconds later Rob Cambell broke in on a break-away and fired a shot that Foster’s stopped but the rebound went right to the stick of Carolan to give HVAC a 2-1 lead…Chris Plummer would extend the lead to 2 goals when he picked up a loose puck a fired a shot over the glove of Foster…HVAC would put the game on ice with a power play goal when Carolan fired a pass from Paul Miller into the back of the net with 1:56 left to account for the 4-1 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 Eyes on Rosemont (Hood) 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    EOR #666 William Sampson 2 Hook @ 11:08

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    EOR #11 Ryan Daly 2 Trip @ :56

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 18 ( #5 Jim Duest) @ 2:45

    1-1 EOR #33 Greg Meehan 2 ( #0 Anthony Menario ) @ 3:19

    2-1 HVAC #29 John Carolan 4 ( #11 Rob Cambell) @ 4:11

    3-1 HVAC #12 Chris Plummer 7 (Unassisted) @ 10:58

    4-1 HVAC #29 John Carolan 5 ( #8 Paul Miller) @ 12:04 pp

    Penalties

    HVAC #12 Bill Clark 2 Interference @ 6:16

    HVAC #12 Bill Clark 2 Trip @ 8:12

    EOR #9 Chris Huff 2 Rough @ 11:10

    Goalies: HVAC Josh ( 31 shots, 30 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 18 shots, 14 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 11-14-1: Eyes on Rosemont 13-10-1

  226. The Championship game HVAC vs Atlantic

    Rob Campbell had 3 goals to lead HVAC (12-14-1) the #8 Seed to the 2009-10 Championship…

    Atlantic would strike first as Cody Norton picked up a rebound of a Robyn Smith shot and filliped the loose puck over Josh 5:05 into the first…Campbell would even the score @ the 10:36 mark as he took a feed from Matt Stringer and fired a shot that was tipped in by the Atlantic D man…With just 31 seconds left in the frame: Stringer took a feed form Chris Plummer and fired a shot over Joe Parker to give HVAC a 2-1 lead after 1…

    6:31 into the 2nd, Campbell would take a nice break-out pass from John Carolan and come in alone on Parker and beat him with a backhand…3-1 After 2…

    4:53 into the 3rd Campbell would put the game on ice with his 3rd of the game taking a feed from Paul Miller and firing a shot that went post cross bar and then in…Atlantic would turn up the heat hitting 2 post in the 3rd and at least 4 in the game but HVAC didn’t let them any closer and closed out the 4-1 win…

    Congrats to HVAC for I believe it’s first Winter title…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 Atlantic 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #41 Cody Norton 11 ( #22 Robyn Smith, # 7 John Cushing) @ 5:05

    1-1 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 12 ( #3 Matt Stringer) @ 10:36

    2-1 HVAC #3 Matt Stringer 2 ( #12 Chris Plummer) @ 13:29

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 13 ( #29 John Carolan) @ 6:31

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 14 ( #8 Paul Miller, #3 Matt Stringer) @ 4:53

    Penalties

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Slash @ 2:49

    HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 2 Trip @ 12:59

    Goalies: HVAC Josh ( 30 shots, 29 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 11 shots, 7 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 12-14-1: Atlantic 15-8-1

  227. Andrew Portwine tallied twice to pace Eyes on Rosemont to a 4-0 victory in the opening game of the Summer 2010 Season…

    The real story of the game was the netminder for the Mutants as he kicked aside 42 shots in a losing effort…Portwine kicked off the scoring as he took a feed from Stanley Sampson and slipped a backhander past the netminder: 1-0 EOR after 1…

    The 2nd period was scoreless as both netminder kicked aside all shots in their direction…

    Eyes on Rosemont pulled away in the 3rd period with 3 goals: @ the 4:46 mark when Andy Slefinger buried a pass from S Sampson in the back of the net 2-0…@ the 8:27 mark, Portwine would strike again as he banged home a rebound of a Slefinger shot to make it 3-0…Nate Dionne would round out the scoring, with a pretty goal with just over 3 minutes left picking up a loose puck beating a D man a firing a shot that found the back of the net: 4-0 EOR…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes On Rosemont 4 Mutants 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EOR #77 Andrew Portwine 1 ( #5 Stanley Sampson , #0 Anthony Menario) @ 12:23

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-0 EOR #0 Andy Slefinger 1 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #25 Eric Phillips ) @ 4:46

    3-0 EOR #77 Andrew Portwine 2 ( #0 Andy Slefinger) @ 8:27

    4-0 EOR #0 Nate Dionne 1 (Unassisted) @ 10:32

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 6 shots, 6 saves): Mutants #0 (46 shots, 42 saves)

    Team Records

    Eye On Rosemont 1-0 2 points: Mutants 0-1 0 points

  228. In their return to USM the Outrage meet up with team Brandon and one heck of a hockey game broke out…#13 on Team Brandon had 3 goals and the SO GWG to help Team Brandon slip past the Outrage 6-5 in a SO…

    The first period belonged to Jeremy Harmon and Mike Fellows…Harmon would open up the scoring 5:43 in a he slipped a shot past the netminder to give the Outrage a 1-0 lead…Harmon would then extend the lead @ the 9:13 mark picking off a pass and finding the back of the net to make it 2-0 Outrage after 1… Fellows kicked aside 15 shots in the first to keep Team Brandon off the board….

    Team Brandon kicked it up a notch in the 2nd, tallying twice in the first minute when #11 fired home a centering pass from #19 15 sec in…42 sec later #8 would skate end to end a fire a screen shot the eluded Fellows to knot the game @ 2…#13 the took a feed from #19 a fired a shot over fellows glove @ the 6:18 mark to give TB their first lead…#13 would then add his 2nd goal off the game less the 2 minutes later as he converted a beautiful pass from #4 to make it a 2 goal game….With time dwindling down in the period the Outrage would get back in the game, as Andrew Sneider took a drop pass from Harmon and fired a shot that was stopped by the netminder but the quick stick of Tony Lucarelli batted the puck out of mid air to make it 4-3 after 2…

    1:52 into the 3rd, Sneider would tie the game for the Outrage a he picked off and errant clearing pass a fired a shot that found the back of the net…#13 would give team Brandon the lead again ripping home a nice pass from #4 while Brandon Martin was sitting where he belonged (in the sin bin) :) for a shortie…Dan Charette would knot the game @ 5 with 2:54 left as he picked up a loose puck a fired a shot the beat the netminder under his glove to send the game into a SO…

    In the SO, #13 and #4 both scored for Team Brandon, while Harmon and Brian April would both stopped give team Brandon the extra point…

    Box Score

    Score

    Team Brandon 6 Outrage 5

    1st Period

    Goal

    1-0 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 1 ( Unassisted) @ 5:43

    2-0 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 2 ( Unassisted) @ 9:13

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    2-1 BRA #11 1 (#19, #8 ) @ :15

    2-2 BRA #8 (Unassisted) @ :57

    3-2 BRA #13 1 (#19 #0) @ 6:18

    4-2 BRA #13 2 (#4) @ 8:13

    4-3 OUT #9 Tony Lucarelli 1 ( #18 Andrew Sneider, #3 Jeremy Harmon) @ 13:26

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-4 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 1 (Unassisted) @ 1:52

    5-4 BRA #13 3 ( #4) @ 7:35 sh

    5-5 OUT #15 Dan Charette 1 ( Unassisted) @ 11:06

    Penalties

    OUT #4 Brian April 2 Hook @ 4:41

    BRA #10 Brandon Martin Rough @ 6:47

    Shootout GWG #13

    Goalies: Team Brandon #0 ( 18 shots, 13 saves): Outrage Mike Fellows ( 37 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    Team Brandon 1-0 2 points: Outrage 0-0-1 1 point

  229. Jake Ouellette had 3 goals and Hunter Wood had 2 goals ans 2 assist to lead the Ice Lords(2-0) to a 6-3 victory over Eyes on Rosemont(1-1) on Tuesday night…

    Andrew Portwine netted his 3rd of the year, blasting home a feed from Andy Slefinger @ the 9:30 mark of the first to give Eyes a 1-0 lead….Wood would tie it up 48 seconds later, picking up a loose puck and firing a shot over Joe Foster’s glove… 1-1 After 1….

    J Ouellette would give the Lords a 2-1 lead 2:57 into the 2nd when he fired home a feed from Wood…2 minutes later, Stanley Sampson would tie it up, as he took a feed from Slefinger from behind the net and beat Alex Madruge…56 seconds after Sampson’s goal, Eric Phillips took a pass from Greg Meehan and fired a shot that squeezed past Madruge 3-2 Eyes…Wood added his 2nd of the game at the 7:56 mark, with an unassisted tally…3-3 after 2…

    1:54 into the 3rd, #11 took a beautiful behind the back pass from Brandon Martin a fired a shot past Foster to give the Lords the lead for good…J Ouellette would tally twice to ice the game away: the first at the 6:44 mark of a feed from Martin and with 2:54 left of a feed from Wood…6-3 final

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 6 Eyes On Rosemont 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EOR #77 Andrew Portwine 3 ( #0 Andy Slefinger, #3 Chad Sirois) @ 9:30

    1-1 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 1 (Unassisted) @ 10:18

    Penalties

    EOR #0 Nate Dionne 2 Trip @ 11:31

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 ICE #13 Jake Ouellette 4 ( #4 Hunter Wood , #8 Dustin Mattews) @ 2:57

    2-2 EOR #5 Stanley Sampson 1 ( #0 Andy Slefinger, #0 Nate Dionne) @4:56

    3-2 EOR #25 Eric Phillips 1 ( #17 Greg Meehan) @ 5:52

    3-3 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 2 (Unassisted) @ 7:56

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 ICE #11 2 ( #10 Brandon Martin) @ 1:54

    5-3 ICE #13 Jake Ouellette 5 ( #10 Brandon Martin) @ 6:44

    6-3 ICE #13 Jake Ouellette 6 ( #4 Hunter Wood , #1 Dan Ouellette) @ 11:16

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Rough @ 6:25

    ICE #6 Chris Roy 2 X-Check @ 7:29

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Unsport @ 13:29

    EOR #666 Bill Sampson 2 Unsport @ 13:29

    Goalies: Ice Lords Alex Madruge ( 22 shots, 19 saves): Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 29 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 2-0 4 points: Eyes On Rosemont 1-1 2 points

  230. Gordon Clark had two goals and two assist and Mike Fellows kicked aside 15 shots to lead the Outrage (1-0-1) over the Mutants (0-2) 7-0 Thursday night…

    Mike Bowring stole the show in the first period making 17 saves to preserve a 0-0 tie going into the 2nd…

    Jeremy Harmon broke the ice 7:46 into the 2nd as he deflected a Dave May point shot out of mid-air and into the back of the twine…Clark to a pass from John Dubois a broke in alone on Bowring and fired a wrist shot over his glove to make it 2-0 Outrage…With just 55 seconds left in the 2nd, Andrew Sneider took a nice break-out pass a fired a shot past Bowring to make it 3-0 after 2…

    :32 seconds into the 3rd, Clark would make it a 4 goal lead firing home a feed from Dumont…At the 6:13 mark, Dubois banged home a rebound of a Dan Charette shot to make it a 5-0 game…1:10 later, Charette took a nice feed from Clark a fired a shot over Bowring glove to make it 6-0… Tony Lucarelli would round out the scoring in the dying seconds converting on a pass from Harmon…7-0 Outrage

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 7 Mutants 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 3 ( #44 Dave May ) @ 7:46

    2-0 OUT #2 Gordon Clark 1 ( #17 John Dubois) @ 10:37

    3-0 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 2 ( #11 Randy Dumont) @ 13:05

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-0 OUT #2 Gordon Clark 2 ( #11 Randy Dumont) @ :32

    5-0 OUT #17 John Dubois 1 ( #15 Dan Charette, #2 Gordon Clark ) @ 6:13

    6-0 OUT #15 Dan Charette 2 ( #2 Gordon Clark, #44 Dave May ) @ 7:23

    7-0 OUT #9 Tony Lucarelli 2 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon, #18 Andrew Sneider) @ 13:40

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Outrage Mike Fellows (15 shots, 15 saves): Mutants Mike Bowring ( 45 shots, 38 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 1-0-1 3 points: Mutants 0-2 0 points

  231. Jake Ouellette had two goals and two assist and Hunter Wood had 2 goals and one assist to lead the Ice Lords to a 4-1 victory over the Mutants Thursday night…

    Just 41 seconds into the contest J. Ouellette took a feed from Wood and slid a shot past Mike Bowring to give the Ice Lords an early 1-0 lead…Wood would tip a shot past Bowring at the 5:19 mark converting on a nice feed from Dan Ouellette to make it a 2-0 game…At the 10:37 mark Wood would fire a shot from a bad angle that would find the back of the net to make it 3-0 Ice Lords after 1…

    J Oullette would bang home a rebound off a point shot from #23 for the only goal in the 2nd period the 2:40 mark..4-0 Ice Lords after 2…

    Kevin Hopkins would get the Mutants on the board 1:41 into the 3rd as he blasted home a shot from the point off a nice feed from Tony Perry…Both goalies would kick aside the rest of the scoring chances to account for the 4-1 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 4 Mutants 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #13 Jake Ouellette 7 ( #4 Hunter Wood ) :41

    2-0 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 3 ( #0 , #1 Dan Ouellette) @ 5:19

    3-0 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 4 ( #13 Jake Ouellette ) @ 10:37

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 ICE #13 Jake Ouellette 8 ( #23 ) @ 2:40

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    4-1 MUT #21 Kevin Hopkins 1 ( #10 Tony Perry, #16 Chris Leavitt) @ 1:41

    Penalties

    MUT #23 TIm Bowring 2 Rough @ 10:43

    MUT #23 TIm Bowring 2 Unsport @ 10:43

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Rough @ 10:43

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Unsport @ 10:43

    ICE #23 2 Rough @ 12:47

    Goalies: Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 12 shots, 11 saves): Mutants Mike Bowring ( 36 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 3-0 6 points: Mutants 0-3 0 points

  232. Greg Meehan had two goals and Stanley Sampson dished out 3 assist to lead Eyes on Rosemont (2-1) to a 3-2 victory over the Outrage (1-1-1) Sunday night…

    Both goalies dominated the first two periods as the only goal that found the back of the net was a blast from the point by Anthony Menario…Menario took a feed from S. Sampson and blasted a shot from the point that found the back of the net 9:05 into the first to give the Eyes a 1-0 lead after 1…

    Mike Fellows and Joe Foster continued to be the story as they kicked aside shot after shot in the 2nd…One of the Outrage players took a clearing attempt right in the, well where you don’t want to take a puck…1-0 Eyes After 2…

    The goal in the 3rd came fast and furious…2:45 in, S Sampson picked off a clearing pass a fired a shot that was kicked aside by Fellows but Meehan was right there to bang home the rebound…2-0 Eyes…42 seconds later Gordon Clark took a nice feed from John Dubois and ripped a shot over Foster glove and into the net to cut the lead in half…Andrew Sneider took a break-out pass from Trevor Paul and fired a screen shot that eluded Foster to knot the game at two…Both Outrage goals came in a 45 second span…Halfway though the period, Meehan jumped on a loose puck off a face-off a fired a shot over Fellows shoulder to give the Eyes back a one goal lead…With Just over 1 minute left, Paul had a glorious chance to tie the game back up on a goalmouth scramble but Foster made a great toe save to preserve the 3-2 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 3 Outrage 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 1 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #3 Chad Sirios ) @ 9:05

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    OUT #26 Kevin Tutt 2 Trip @ 9:15

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-0 EYE #17 Greg Meehan 1 ( #5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 2:45

    2-1 OUT #2 Gordon Clark 3 ( #17 John Dubois , #21 Trevor Paul ) @ 3:27

    2-2 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 3 ( #21 Trevor Paul ) @ 4:12

    3-2 EYE #17 Greg Meehan 2 ( #5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 6:21

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 20 shots, 18 saves): Outrage Mike Fellows ( 22 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes On Rosemont 2-1 4 points: Outrage 1-1-1 3 points

  233. hahah,,yea,,im the outrage player that took the clearing attempt,,,cant even trust your own teammates!!!

    • LOL It’s funny now, but at the time looked pretty painful..:) Sorry, but I had to add it to the game story!!!

  234. Andrew Portwine had 3 goals and dished off 2 assist and Andy Slefinger had 3 goals to lead Eyes on Rosemont (3-1) to a 7-0 victory over the Mutants (0-4)…

    Slefinger opened the scoring at the 8:06 mark when he took a feed from Chad Sirios a fired a shot over Mike Bowring’s glove…Portwine would blast home a feed from Nate Dionne just 1:13 later to give the Eyes a 2-0 lead…42 seconds later, Slefinger would tip home a beautiful pass from Portwine to make it 3-0…with 1:01 left in the first Slefinger would again find the back off the net off a nice feed from Portwine to make it 4-0…Dionne would fire home an unassisted tally with 18 seconds left to make it 5-0 eyes after 1…

    1:42 into the 2nd, Portwine would take a feed from Greg Meehan and flip home a backhander to make it 6-0…5:26 into the 2nd, Portwine would take a feed from from Stanley Sampson at the blueline and fire home a shot that would beat M Bowring to make it 7-0 eyes after 2…

    Both goalies, M Bowring and Joe Foster would kick aside all shots sent in their direction in the 3rd for the 7-0 Final..

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes On Rosemont 7 Mutants 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #0 Andy Slefinger 3 ( #3 Chad Sirios) @ 8:06

    2-0 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 4 ( #0 Nate Dionne ) @ 9:13

    3-0 EYE #0 Andy Slefinger 4 (# 77 Andrew Portwine ) @ 9:55

    4-0 EYE #0 Andy Slefinger 5 ( # 77 Andrew Portwine ) @ 12:59

    5-0 EYE #0 Nate Dionne 2 (Unassisted) @ 13:42

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-0 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 5 ( #17 Greg Meehan) @ 1:42

    7-0 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 6 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #25 Eric Phillips) @ 5:26

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    EYE #1 Ryan Daly 2 Rough @ 13:10

    MUT #23 Tim Bowring 2 Rough @ 13:10

    Goalies: Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 8 shots, 8 saves): Mutants: Mike Bowring ( 31 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 3-1 6 points: Mutants 0-4 0 points

  235. Hunter Wood had 3 goals and 1 assist and Jake Ouellette had one goals and dished off 3 assist to lead the Ice Lords (4-0) to and 11-6 victory over the Outrage (1-2-1) in a great defensive battle on Sunday night…Jeremy Harmon had 4 goals and Andrew Sneider had 1 goals and 4 assist in a losing effort…

    The Ice Lords would come out storming in the first scoring 4 consecutive goals…#19 would take a feed from #0 and fire a shot past Outrage netminder Mike Fellows to make it 1-0 just 2:59 in…Less than two minutes later Wood would tap home a nice feed from J Ouellette to make it 2-0…#0 would take a feed from Brandon Martin and find the back of the net at the 8:48 mark to make it 3-0…Wood would add his 2nd of the game as he tipped home a pass from Ouellette with 53 seconds left to make it 4-0 Ice Lords…The Outrage would not go away quietly as Andrew Sneider would fire a screen shot past Jim Cabral with just 21 seconds left in the first to make it 4-1…One the ensuing face-off J Harmon pounded home a rebound of a Sneider shot with 1 seconds left to make it 4-2 after 1…

    The 2nd period was a little less chaotic as only 3 total goals were scored…6:19 in, Dustin Mattews would fire home a shot for the Ice Lords to make it 5-2…#0 would score while on the power play firing a nice screen shot past Fellows to make it 6-2…But yet again the Outrage would score a late goal with B Martin sitting in the penalty box, Kevin Tutt took a feed from Gordon Clark and let a nice slap shot go that eluded netminder Cabral to make it 6-3 after 2…

    The Ice Lords would try and salt the game away with 3 quick goals to start the 3rd: J Ouellette would take a feed from Dan Ouellette and beat Fellows and a break-away for a shorthanded goal and a 7-3 lead…Matt Harmon stepping out of the penalty box would tap home a nice feed from B Martin ( who wasn’t in it for a change :) ) to make it 8-3 1:39 into the 3rd…At the 4:10 mark, Wood would complete the Hat-Trick picking off a pass a blasting a shot that beat Fellows to make it 9-3 Ice Lords…Just over two minutes later, J Harmon would take a pass from Sneider and find the back of the net for his 2nd of the night to make it 9-4…#19 would add his 2nd of the game converting on a pass from Wood to make it 10-4 with 4:45 left…The Outrage still had a little fight left as J Harmon would rip home a shot off a face-off win from Sneider to make it 10-5 and then 38 seconds later J Harmon would add his 4th off the game and 7th of the year again off a feed from Sneider to make it 10-6…Matthews would add his 2nd of the game pounding home a rebound of a J Ouellette shot to account for the 11-6 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 11 Outrage 6

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #19 1 ( #0, #3 ) @ 2:59

    2-0 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 5 ( #13 Jake Ouellette) @ 4:46

    3-0 ICE #0 1 ( #0, #10 Brandon Martin ) @ 8:48

    4-0 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 6 ( #13 Jake Ouellette) @ 13:07

    4-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 4 ( Unassisted) @ 13:39

    4-2 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 4 ( #18 Andrew Sneider ) @ 13:59

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    5-2 ICE #8 Dustin Mattews 2 (Unassisted) @ 6:19

    6-2 ICE #0 2 (Unassisted) @ 9:59 pp

    6-3 OUT #26 Kevin Tutt 1 ( #2 Gordon Clark ) @ 12:45 pp

    Penalties

    OUT #11 Randy Dumont 2 High-Stick @ 8:08

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Hook @ 11:10

    ICE #23 Matt Harmon 2 Hold @ 14:00

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-3 ICE #13 Jake Ouellette 9 ( #1 Dan Ouellette) @ :15 sh

    8-3 ICE #23 Matt Harmon 1 ( #10 Brandon Martin, #8 Dustin Mattews ) @ 1:39

    9-3 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 7 (Unassisted) @ 4:10

    9-4 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 5 ( #18 Andrew Sneider ) @ 6:14

    10-4 ICE #19 2 ( #4 Hunter Wood , # 3 ) @ 9:15

    10-5 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 6 ( #18 Andrew Sneider ) @ 10:55

    10-6 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 7 ( #18 Andrew Sneider ) @ 11:33

    11-6 ICE #8 Dustin Mattews 3 ( #13 Jake Ouellette) @ 12:48

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 21 shots, 15 saves): Outrage Mike Fellows ( 36 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 4-0 8 points: Outrage 1-2-1 3 points

  236. Jake Ouellette had 3 goals and 1 assist to pace the Ice Lords (5-0) attack in a 9-1 victory over Eyes On Rosemont (3-2) on Sunday night…

    J Ouellette would take a feed from Dan Ouellette and find the back of the net to open the scoring 5:19 into the game…At the 11:05 mark, Chris Marston would take a feed from Brandon Martin and fire a shot past Joe Foster to make it 2-0…With just 50 seconds left in the period, Hunter Wood would tip home a nice feed from J Ouellette to make it 3- Ice Lords after 1…

    2:57 into the 2nd J Ouellette would take a pass from D Ouellette and flip a backhander over Foster to make it 4-0…Andy Kaherl would make it 5-0 as he ripped home a pass from Marston with 3:04 left in the 2nd….58 Seconds later, Marston would add his 2nd of the game and he made a nice move and buried the puck in the back of the net: 6-0…With just 52 seconds left in the 2nd, Martin would one time a feed from Marston to make it 7-0 Ice Lords after 2…

    Just 1:15 into the 3rd J Ouellette would find the back of the net off a feed from would for the Hat-Trick and an 8-0 lead…Chad Sirios would get the Eyes on the board as he took a feed from Greg Meehan and slid a backhander pass Alex Madruge to make it 8-1…D Ouellette would round out the scoring taking a pass from Wood and blasting a shot past Foster: 9-1 Final…

    Score

    Ice Lords 9 Eyes on Rosemont 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #13 Jake Ouellette 10 (#1 Dan Ouellette) @ 5:19

    2-0 ICE #21 Chris Marston 3 ( #10 Brandon Martin ) @ 11:05

    3-0 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 8 ( #13 Jake Ouellette , #8 Dustin Mattews) @ 13:10

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 ICE #13 Jake Ouellette 11 ( #1 Dan Ouellette) @ 2:57

    5-0 ICE #13 Andy Kaherl 1 (#21 Chris Marston. #6 Chris Roy) @ 10: 56

    6-0 ICE #21 Chris Marston 4 (Unassisted) @ 11:54

    7-0 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 1 ( #21 Chris Marston) @ 13:08

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Hook @ 7:23

    EYE #0 Anthony Menario 2 Rough @ 7:23

    3rd Period

    Goals

    8-0 ICE #13 Jake Ouellette 12 ( #4 Hunter Wood ) @ 1:15

    8-1 EYE #3 Chad Sirios 1 ( #17 Greg Meehan , #0 Nate Dionne) @ 5:44

    9-1 ICE #1 Dan Ouellette 1 ( #4 Hunter Wood ) @ 8:38

    Penalties

    EYE #0 Anthony Menario 2 Check @ 12:15

    Goalies: Ice Lords Alex Madruge ( 7 shots, 6 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 26 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 5-0 10 points: Eyes On Rosemont 3-2 6 points

  237. Andrew Sneider had 2 goals and an assist to help propel the Outrage (2-2-1) to a 5-3 victory over the Mutants (0-5) on Sunday night…Mike Bowring kicked aside 35 shots in a losing effort…

    Dan Charette would open the scoring 2:23 in, one timing a feed from Matt Coro and firing a laser that beat Bowring over the glove hand to give the Outrage the 1-0 lead…At the 11:16 mark, the Outrage would make it two goal game on a nice passing play, Ben Richards would feed John Doubois would than would find Brian April in front who tipped the pass up and over Bowring…2-0 After 1…

    9:24 into the 2nd, the Mutants would get on the board when Chris Roy would pick up a loose puck at center ice and come in and a break-away and make and nice move and slip one by Mike Fellows…The Outrage would strike twice in the last 1:30 of the 2nd seemingly putting the game away… Sneider would fire a screen shot that would elude Bowring to make it 3-1 and with time dwinding down in the period, Sneider would strike again tipping home a feed from Coro to make it 4-1 after 2…

    At the 6:21 mark of the 3rd, Pete Cyr would finish a nice passing play from Chris Terry and Seth Woodcock ripping a screen shot that beat Fellows…Just 10 seconds later, Roy would strike again for the Mutants taking a feed from Chris Leavitt and beating Fellows to make it a one goal game…The Outrage would put the game away with 2:15 left, when Jeremy Harmon would take a feed from Chris Tarazawich and beat Bowring with a backhander…Final 5-3 Outrage…

    Box score

    Score

    Outrage 5 Mutants 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #15 Dan Charette 3 ( #0 Matt Coro) @ 2:23

    2-0 OUT #4 Brian April 1 ( #17 John Dubois, #31 Ben Richards) @ 11:16

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 MUT #12 Chris Roy 1 ( Unassisted) @ 9:24

    3-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 5 ( Unassisted) @ 12:39

    4-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 6 ( #0 Matt Coro, #3 Jeremy Harmon) @ 13:27

    Penalties

    OUT #44 Dave May 2 Hold @ 8:16

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 MUT #17 Pete Cyr 1 ( #10 Tony Perry , #8 Seth Woodcock ) @ 6:21

    4-3 MUT #12 Chris Roy 2 ( #16 Chris Leavitt ) @ 6:31

    5-3 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 8 ( #12 Chris Tarazawich, #18 Andrew Sneider ) @ 11:45

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Outrage Mike Fellows ( 18 shots, 15 saves): Mutants Mike Bowring ( 40 shots, 35 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 2-2-1 5 points: Mutants 0-5 0 points

  238. Mike Bowring kicked aside 33 shots and three shoot-out chances to lead the Mutants (1-5) to a 2-1 victory over Ice Lords (5-0-1) last night…

    M Bowring dominated the first two periods making 21 saves many of them of the special variety…

    The Ice Lords were finally able to sneak a shot past M Bowring 2:47 into the 3rd, when Ryan Meaney slipped a shot that slid over the line off a Chris Marston pass…With time 4:51 one in the game, Peter Metcalf would take a feed from Seth Woodcock and slip a backhand shot that found is way past Jim Carbal to knot the game @ 1…The Ice Lords would almost find a way to get the win as Jake Ouellette would fire a laser shot of a faceoff win by Marston but it would ring off the pipe…1-1 means a Shootout

    Chris Huff would score the shootout game winner faking a shot and then slipping a shot past Cabral…Again the story of the game was M Bowring, he made and incredible diving save on Jake Ouellette shootout chance…Classic game!!!

    Box Score

    Score

    Mutants 2 Ice Lords 1 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Slash @ 5:06

    MUT #24 Peter Metcalf 2 Slash @ 5:06

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #11 Ryan Meaney 1 ( #21 Chris Marston , #13 Jake Ouellette) @ 2:47

    1-1 MUT #24 Peter Metcalf 1 ( #8 Seth Woodcock) @ 9:09

    Penalties

    None

    Shootout GWG #15 Chris Huff

    Goalies: Mutants Mike Bowring ( 34 shots, 33 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 7 shots, 6 saves)

    Team Records

    Mutants 1-5 2 points: Ice Lords 5-0-1 11 points

  239. Jeremy Harmon had 4 goals to help lead the Outrage (3-2-1) to a dramatic 7-5 come from behind victory over Eyes on Rosemont (3-3) Sunday night…

    It was a tail of two games, the Eyes would jump on the Outrage early and often…At the 2:17 mark, Ryan Daly would take a feed from Nate Dionne and fire a shot that beat netminder Ben Richards over the glove…59 seconds later, Chad Sirios took a feed from Stanley Sampson and fired a shot shot side to make it 2-0 Eyes…With 6:01 left in the first, Greg Meehan would tip home a beautiful behind the back pass from Dionne to make it 3-0…The Eyes would make it 4-0 when Sirios would bange home a rebound of a Daly shot and it looked like they had the game on cruise control…Harmon had other ideas as he would slip home a rebound of a Andrew Sneider shot to cut the lead to 3: 4-1 after 1…

    4:40 into the 2nd, Harmon would make a nice tip of a Kevin Tutt centering pass that would flip up and over Joe Foster to cut the lead in half…Tim Pushard would make it a one goal game with 2:42 left in the 2nd finding the back of the net off a feed from Sneider…With time winding down in the period, Dan Charette would tip home a pass from Brian April for his 4th of the year to knot the score @ 4 after 2…

    Harmon would complete his hat-trick 2:02 into the 3rd, firing a pass from Sneider to give the Outrage a 5-4 lead…At the 5:04 mark, Harmon would add his 4th of the game and 12th of the year beating Foster off a pass from Chris Tarazawich to make it 6-4 Outrage…With just over 4 minute left the Eyes would pull within one goal when Eric Phillips would one time a Daly pass over Richards glove…April would seal the win for the Outrage as he found the back of the empty net off a nice pass from Gordon Clark: 7-5 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 7 Eyes on Rosemont 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #1 Ryan Daly 1 (#0 Nate Dionne, #17 Greg Meehan) @ 2:17

    2-0 EYE #3 Chad Sirios 2 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #1 Ryan Daly ) @ 3:16

    3-0 EYE #17 Greg Meehan 3 ( #0 Nate Dionne, #25 Eric Phillips) @ 7:59

    4-0 EYE #3 Chad Sirios 3 ( #1 Ryan Daly , #0 Nate Dionne) @ 9:22

    4-1 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 9 ( #18 Andrew Sneider, #26 Kevin Tutt) @ 10:01

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-2 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 10 ( #26 Kevin Tutt) @ 4:40

    4-3 OUT #6 TIm Pushard 1 ( #18 Andrew Sneider, #26 Kevin Tutt) @ 11:18

    4-4 OUT #15 Dan Charette 4 ( #4 Brian April , #2 Gordon Clark ) @ 13:58

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-4 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 11 ( #18 Andrew Sneider, #6 TIm Pushard ) @ 2:02

    6-4 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 12 ( #12 Chris Tarazawich) @ 5:04

    6-5 EYE #25 Eric Phillips 2 ( #1 Ryan Daly, #3 Chad Sirios) @ 9:23

    7-5 OUT #4 Brian April 2 ( #2 Gordon Clark) @ 13:02 en

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Outrage Ben Richards ( 23 shots, 18 saves): Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 34 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 3-2-1 7 points: Eyes On Rosemont 3-3 6 points

  240. Stanley Sampson had two goals and an assist to help lead Eyes on Rosemont (4-3) to a 5-1 victory over the Mutants(1-6) on Thursday night…

    S. Sampson opend the scoring at the 6:41 mark, tipping home a nice feed from Chris Tabb…Just over 3 minutes later, Chad Sirois found the back of the net off a nice feed from Andrew Portwine to extend the Eyes lead to 2 goals…Just over 1 minute later, S Sampson would strike again banging home a rebound off an Anthony Menario point shot to make it 3-0 Eyes after 1…

    Portwine would net the only goal of the 2nd period and his 7th of the year at the 6:58 mark…After a couple nice saves by Mike Bowring, the clearing pass was picked off by Portwine would blasted a shot over the prone M Bowring to make it 4-0 Eyes after 2…

    Halfway though the 3rd, Dave Gushee would take a pass from Jacob Adams and fire a screen shot the would elude netminder Joe Foster to get the Mutants on the board…The Eyes would ice the game on the power play when Bill Sampson taking a pass from S Sampson and fire a point shot past M Bowring…5-1 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes On Rosemont 5 Mutants 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 2 ( #8 Chris Tabb, #17 Greg Meehan ) @ 6:41

    2-0 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 4 ( #77 Andrew Portwine , #0 Nate Dionne ) @ 10:07

    3-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 3 ( #0 Anthony Menario, #17 Greg Meehan ) @ 11:40

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 7 (Unassisted) @ 6:58

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 MUT #24 Dave Gushee 1 ( #5 Jacob Adams, #33 Mike Bowring ) @ 6:30

    5-1 EYE #666 Bill Sampson 1 ( #5 Stanley Sampson , #8 Chris Tabb) @ 8:17 pp

    Penalties

    MUT #24 Dave Gushee 2 Hook @ 6:47

    Goalies: Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 8 shots, 7 saves): Mutants Mike Bowring ( 41 shots, 36 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes On Rosemont 4-3 8 points: Mutants 1-6 2 points

  241. Brandon Martin had 2 goals and 2 assist to help pace the Ice Lords (6-0-1) offense to an 7-2 victory over the Outrage (3-3-1) on Sunday night….

    The Outrage would find the back of the net early as Jeremy Harmon would feed a streaking Andrew Sneider would would fire a wrist shot past the screened Alex Madruge at the 1:20 to give the Outrage a 1-0 lead after 1…

    The Ice Lords would tie the game at 1, 4:53 into the 2nd when Jake Ouellette would take a feed from Dan Ouellette and slip a shot past Ben Richards…Less tan two minutes later, Adam Childs would bang home a rebound of an Martin shot to give the Ice Lords a 2-1 lead…With 1:26 left in the 2nd, Martin would rip home a nice feed from Andy Kaherl to give the Ice Lords a 3-1 lead after 2…

    Hunter Wood would net a shortie 6:20 into the 3rd taking a pass from D Ouellette and beating Richards on a breakaway to make it 4-1…The would be a flurry of goals in the last 2 minutes, at the 11:43 mark, Martin would fire home a pass from Kaherl over Richards glove to make it 5-1…35 seconds later, Brian April would fire a laser over Madruge’s glove to make it a 5-2 game…19 seconds after than, Childs would find the back of the net off a feed from Martin to make it 6-2…19 seconds later, J Ouellette would rip home a nice feed from Wood to make it 7-2…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 7 Outrage 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 7 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon, #17 John Dubois ) @ 1:20

    Penalties

    OUT #4 Brian April 2 Rough @ 9:36

    ICE #9 Chris Roy 2 Interference @ 10:23

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 ICE #14 Jake Ouellette 13 ( #1 Dan Ouellette, #4 Hunter Wood ) @ 4:53

    2-1 ICE #6 Adam Childs 1 ( #10 Brandon Martin ) @ 6:31

    3-1 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 ( #13 Andy Kaherl ) @ 12:34

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Rough @ 6:55

    OUT #11 Randy Dumont 2 Hook @ 7:41

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 9 ( #7 Dan Ouellette ) @ 6:20 sh

    5-1 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 3 ( #13 Andy Kaherl ) @ 11:43

    5-2 OUT #4 Brian April 3 ( #31 Ben Richards) @ 12:18

    6-2 ICE #6 Adam Childs 2 ( #10 Brandon Martin , #15 Matt Harmon ) @ 12:37

    7-2 ICE #14 Jake Ouellette 14 ( #4 Hunter Wood) @ 12:55

    Penalties

    OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 2 Trip @ :27

    ICE #9 Chris Roy 2 X-Check @ 1:57

    ICE #15 Matt Harmon 2 Trip @ 4:59

    Goalies: Ice Lords Alex Madruge ( 16 shots, 14 saves): Outrage Ben Richards (39 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 6-0-1 13 points: Outrage 3-3-1 7 points

  242. The Ice Lords (7-0-1) would score 5 goals in the last 4 minutes to secure a dramatic 7-5 come from behind victory over Eyes on Rosemont (4-4) on Thursday night…The win ensures a first place regular season finish for the Ice Lords…Chad Sirois and Jason Durkin had 2 goals and 2 assist for the Eyes in a losing effort…

    The only tally in the first period belonged to the Ice Lords comine at the 3:25 mark…Hunter Wood would take a drop pass from Chris Roop and fire a screen shot past Joe Foster: 1-0 Ice Lords after 1…

    Durkin would knot the score at 1 finding the back of the net off a nice feed from Ryan Daly 3:23 into the 2nd…Just over the halfway mark in the 2nd, Durkin would strike again this time taking a feed from Sirois and slipping a shot past netminder Jim Cabral…just over 1 minute later Sirois would find the back of the net on the power play off a feed from Durkin…3-1 Eyes after 2…

    Just 45 seconds into the 3rd, Jake Ouellette would take a pass from Dustin Mattews and fire a shot stick side to cut the lead to one…Sirois would add his 2nd off the game tipping a Durkin pass past Cabral to resotr the Eyes two goal lead…At the 8:44 mark, Andrew Portwine would take a feed from Daly and fire a shot side rocket past Cabral to make it 5-2 Eyes and it looked like game over…But with 4:10 left, Joe Rokowski would bang home a rebound off a Brandon Martin shot to make it a 5-3 game…1:30 later, Chris Marston would take a pass from Wood and slip a shot past Foster to make it a one goal game…Just 19 seconds after the Marston goal the Ice Lords would knot the game back up at 5: Foster would save a point shot by Matthews and the rebound shot by Dennis Patenaude but Roop would tap home the 3rd try…With 1:31 left Patenaude would tip home a beautiful pass from J Ouellette to give the Ice Lords a 6-5 lead…Alex Madruga would add an empty net goal to account for the 7-5 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 7 Eyes on Rosemont 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #4 Hunter Wood 10 ( #5 Chris Roop) @ 3:25

    Penalties

    EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 2 Hook @ 6:09

    EYE #3 Chad Sirois 2 Trip @ 9:47

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 EYE #0 Jason Durkin 1 ( #1 Ryan Daly, #77 Andrew Portwine) @ 3:43

    2-1 EYE #0 Jason Durkin 2 ( #3 Chad Sirois , #25 Eric Phillips ) @ 7:43

    3-1 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 5 ( #0 Jason Durkin , #1 Ryan Daly) @ 8:56 pp

    Penalties

    ICE #9 Chris Roy 2 X-Check @ 8:15

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 ICE #14 Jake Ouellette 15 ( #8 Dustin Matthews, #5 Chris Roop) @ :45

    4-2 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 6 ( #0 Jason Durkin) @ 4:54

    5-2 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 8 ( #1 Ryan Daly, #3 Chad Sirois ) @ 8:44

    5-3 ICE #19 Joe Rokowski 3 ( #10 Brandon Martin, #9 Chris Roy ) @ 9:50

    5-4 ICE #21 Chris Marston 5 ( #4 Hunter Wood ) @ 11:20

    5-5 ICE # 5 Chris Roop 1 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude, #8 Dustin Matthews) @ 11:39

    6-5 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 1 ( #14 Jake Ouellette , #7 Dan Ouellette) @ 12:29

    7-5 ICE #47 Alex Madruga 1 (Unassisted) @ 13:40 en

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Rough @ 6:36

    Goalies: Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 18 shots, 13 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 25 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 7-0-1 15 points: Eyes on Rosemont 4-4 8 points

  243. Andrew Sneider had 2 goals to lead the Outrage (4-3-1) over the Mutants (1-7) on Sunday night…Mike Bowring kicked aside 37 shots in a losing effort for the Mutants…

    The first period belonged to both netminders: M Bowring for the Mutants and Ben Richards for the Outrage…They combined to kick aside all 18 shots sent in the direction…

    The Outrage would strike just 17 seconds into the 2nd period, Sneider would take a feed from Kevin Tutt a fire a shot that would squeeze though six hold on Bowring to make it 1-0…With time winding down in the 2nd, Chris Roy would take a feed from Ed Martel break in alone on Richards and slip a shot into the back of the net to know the game at 1 after 2…

    3:24 into the 3rd Sneider would strike again for his 2nd of the game and 9th of the year, Dave May would stop a clearing attempt and flip a shot on M Bowring, Sneider would get get to the rebound only to be stifled by M Bowring but on the 3rd try Sneider was finally able to flip the puck up and over M Bowring for a 2-1 lead….That the way the game would end as the Outrage tightened up in the defensive end to preserve a hard fought 2-1 win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 2 Mutants 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 8 ( #26 Kevin Tutt , #21 Trevor Paul) @ :17

    1-1 MUT #12 Chris Roy 3 ( #18 Ed Martel, #14 Joe Perocier) @ 12:29

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 9 ( #44 Dave May) @ 3:24

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Outrage Ben Richards ( 11 shots, 10 saves): Mutants Mike Bowring ( 39 shots, 37 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 4-3-1 9 points: Mutants 1-7 2 points

  244. Chris Marston had 4 goals and 1 assist to lead the Ice Lords( 8-0-1) to a 609 victory over the Mutants (1-8) On Thursday night….Mike Bowring was outstanding again in the net for the Mutants making 34 saves…

    I really don’t feel like writing a recap of the game…Just read the box score and you will understand…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 6 Mutants 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #21 Chris Marston 6 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude ) @ 7:21

    2-0 ICE #5 Chris Roop 2 (Unassisted) @ 13:02

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Rough @ 6:50

    MUT #19 Lars Sjulander 2 Rough @ 6:50

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    MUT #21 Mike Morton 2 Trip @ 5:51

    MUT #19 Lars Sjulander 2 Slash @ 12:31

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-0 ICE #21 Chris Marston 7 ( Unassisted) @ 4:59

    4-0 ICE #21 Chris Marston 8 ( #8 Dustin Matthews) @ 5:34 pp

    5-0 ICE #21 Chris Marston 9 ( Unassisted) @ 5:56

    6-0 ICE #19 Joe Rokowski 4 ( #21 Chris Marston , #9 Chris Roy ) @ 11:57

    Penalties

    MUT #18 Ed Martel 2 Trip @ 5:20

    MUT #24 Peter Metcalf 2 Slash @ 6:44

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Slash @ 8:54

    MUT #24 Peter Metcalf 2 Rough @ 8:54

    MUT #24 Peter Metcalf 10 Game Misconduct @ 8:54

    MUT #24 Peter Metcalf 10 Gross Misconduct @ 8:54

    MUT #16 Chris Leavitt 2 Check @ 9:04

    ICE #13 Andy Kaherl 2 Rough @ 13:14

    ICE #8 Dustin Mathews 2 Rough @ 13:14

    MUT #19 Lars Sjulander 2 Rough @ 13:14

    MUT #17 Pete Cyr 2 Rough @ 13:14

    MUT #17 Pete Cyr 10 Game Misconduct @ 13:14

    Goalies: Ice Lords Alex Madruga ( 6 shots, 6 saves): Mutants Mike Bowring ( 40 shots, 34 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 8-0-1 17 points: Mutants 1-8 2 points

    • Damn, penalty filled much?

      • It was a joke Joe,

        I feel like my league took 2 steps back…

  245. man,,,,its a damn shame !!

  246. Wow I am at a loss for words! Glad I wasn’t there for that! My apologies Tim for any wrong doing on the Ice Lords part (If any) Again I wasn’t there so I don’t know the story however it looks kinda self explanatory by the penalty recap of the 3rd period

  247. I have to agree with Tim on this one. It was all a joke. I have to say from the ice lords team. We are sorry that it got like that.

  248. Joe Foster kicked aside all 21 shots and Chris Tabb netted a hattrick to help propel Eyes on Rosemont (5-4) to a 4-0 victory over the Outrage(4-4-1) on Sunday night…

    Tabb would find the back of the net at the 6:10 mark of the first firing home a nice feed from Bill Sampson to open the scoring…Just 39 seconds later, Stanley Sampson scored a beautiful goal taking a feed from Greg Meehan waking past the D man and putting a shot that beat Mike Fellows stick side to make it 2-0 Eyes after 1…

    1:09 into the 2nd, Tabb would strike again taking a feed from S Sampson and firing a shot short side to make it 3-0 Eyes…Foster and Fellows would put up the walls after that turning aside shot after shot…

    Tabb would complete the hat trick in the dying seconds taking a pass from Meehan and sliding a shot into a vacant net to account for the 4-0 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 4 Outrage 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #8 Chris Tabb 1 ( #666 Bill Sampson) @ 6:10

    2-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 4 ( #17 Greg Meehan ) @ 6:49

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 EYE #8 Chris Tabb 2 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #17 Greg Meehan ) @ 1:09

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-0 EYE #8 Chris Tabb 3 ( #17 Greg Meehan ) @ 13:57 sh/en

    Penalties

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Slash @ 12:38

    OUT #17 John Dubois 2 Slash @ 12:38

    EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 2 Hook @ 13:36

    Goalies: Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 21 shots, 21 saves): Outrage Mike Fellows ( 31 shots, 28 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 5-4 10 points: Outrage 4-4-1 9 points

  249. Joe Foster kicked aside 10 shots for his 2nd consecutive shutout and Nate Dionne had 1 goal and 4 assist to lead Eyes on Rosemont (6-4) to a 6-0 victory over the Mutants (1-9) on Thursday night…With the win Eyes on Rosemont clinch the #2 seed and play the Outrage (4-4-1) next Thursday @ 9:40…The Mutants are the #4 seed and play the Ice Lords (8-0-1) next Thursday @ 8:30…

    Just 1:49 into the game Anthony Menario would take a feed from Dionne and fire a shot over Mike Bowring glove to give the Eyes and early lead…With just over 3 minutes left in the 1st, Eric Phillips tipped home a feed from Andy Slefinger to make it 2-0 Eyes after 1…

    Chris Tabb would pick of a pass and fire a shot past M Bowring to make it 3-0 Eyes 1:31 into the 2nd…Bill Sampson would tally 44 seconds later taking a feed from Slefinger and sniping a shot over M Bowring glove to make it 4-0…Dionne would make it a 5-0 game finding the back of the net of a feed from Phillips at the 10:13 mark…5-0 Eyes after 2…

    The only marker in the 3rd period would occur when Slefinger took a nice break-out pass from B Sampson break in on a break-away and fire a shot over M Bowring glove…6-0 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 6 Mutants 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 2 ( #0 Nate Dionne ) @ 1:49

    2-0 EYE #25 Eric Phillips 3 (#0 Andy Slefinger, #0 Nate Dionne ) @ 10:06

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 EYE #8 Chris Tabb 4 (Unassisted) @ 1:31

    4-0 EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 (#0 Andy Slefinger, #0 Nate Dionne ) @ 2:15

    5-0 EYE #0 Nate Dionne 3 ( #25 Eric Phillips ) @ 10:13

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-0 EYE #0 Andy Slefinger 6 ( #666 Bill Sampson ) @ 6:35

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 10 shots, 10 saves): Mutants Mike Bowring ( 35 shots, 29 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 6-4 12 points: Mutants 1-9 2 points

  250. Chris Marston had 3 goals and 1 assist and netted the game winning shootout goal to help lead the Ice Lords (9-0-1) to a 6-5 com from behind victory over the Outrage (4-4-2) on Sunday night…#1 seed Ice Lords will play the Mutants (1-9) Thurs. Sept 2 @ 8:30 while the Outrage will battle #2 seed Eyes on Rosemont (6-4) Sept 2 @ 9:40….

    The Outrage would open the scoring when Phil Pinkham would bat home a rebound of an Andrew Sneider shot 2:45 into the game…Marston would strike 1:34 later, taking a feed from Brandon Martin and ripping a shot past Mike Fellows to know the score at 1…At the 6:57 mark and while shorthanded the Outrage would again take a one goal lead when Brian April would pick off a pass a fire a shot past a surprised Jim Cabral….The lead would be shot lived however as Marston would take a cross ice feed from Chris Roop and one time a shot up and over Fellows to knot the score at 2…With 52 seconds left in the period, Matt Brooks would find the back of the net of a feed from Marston to make it 3-2 Ice Lords after 1….

    The 2nd period would belong to the Outrage….Halfway through it Gordon Clark would take a tip pass from Jeremy Harmon beak in alone on Cabral an d fire a shot stick side to even the score st 3….Just 44 seconds later, Pinkham would walk pass a D man a slide a shot past Cabral to give the Outrage a 4-3 lead…With time winding down in the period, Jeremy Smith would pick up a loose puck a blast a shot past Cabral to make it 5-3 Outrage after 2…

    Just 29 seconds into the 3rdd Marston would complete a pretty passing play from Roop to cut the lead back to within one goal…The with 2:09 left, Dennis Patenaude, would bang home a rebound of a Martin shot to know the game a 5 and send it into a shootout…Martin and Marston would score for the Ice Lords and Harmon and Smith would be stopped by Cabral in the shootout to give the Ice Lords to extra point…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 6 Outrage 5 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 1 ( #18 Andrew Sneider) @ 2:45

    1-1 ICE #21 Chris Marston 10 ( #10 Brandon Martin) @ 4:19

    2-1 OUT #4 Brian April 4 (Unassisted) @ 6:57 sh

    2-2 ICE #21 Chris Marston 11 ( #5 Chris Roop, #18 Matt Brooks) @ 7:45 pp

    3-2 ICE #18 Matt Brooks 1 ( #21 Chris Marston , #5 Chris Roop) @ 13:08

    Penalties

    OUT #9 Jeremy Smith 2 Hook @ 6:06

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-3 OUT #2 Gordon Clark 4 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon , #4 Brian April) @ 6:30

    4-3 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 2 (Unassisted) @ 7:14

    5-3 OUT #9 Jeremy Smith 1 (Unassisted) @ 12:11

    Penalties

    ICE #19 Matt Brooks 2 Rough @ 1:06

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-4 ICE #21 Chris Marston 12 ( #5 Chris Roop, #18 Matt Brooks) @ :29

    5-5 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 2 ( #10 Brandon Martin, #9 Chris Roy) @ 11:51

    Penalties

    None

    Ice Lords win Shootout 2-0

    Goalies: Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 25 shots, 20 saves): Outrage Mike Fellows ( 23 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 9-0-1 19 points: Outrage 4-4-2 10 points

  251. Brandon Martin had 2 goals an 1 assist while Andy Kaherl had 2 goals to pace the #1 seed Ice Lords (10-0-1) to a 7-2 victory over #4 seed Mutants(1-10) in playoff action Thursday night…The Ice Lords move one game away from the championship game facing the #3 seed Outrage (5-4-2) Tuesday Sept 7 @ 9:40….The Mutants will face off against #2 Eyes on Rosemont (6-5) in an elimination game Thursday the 9th @ 8:30….

    The Mutants would strike first when Zach Joy took a pass from Lars Sjulander and fired a shot over Jim Cabral glove 7:18 into the first period…Just over one minute later Martin would take a feed from Dennis Patenaude and slip a shot under Tim Gerrish to know the score at 1 after 1…

    5:06 into the 2nd, Joy would strike again one timing a feed from Sjulander that slipped under Cabral to make it 2-1 Mutants…The Ice Lords would turn up the heat in the last two minutes of the 2nd…Martin would pick off a pass a slip a rebound shot under Gerrish to know the score @ 2 with 2:17 left in the 2nd…With 32 seconds left in the period, Kaherl would take a face-off win from Chris Marston and slip a backhander past Gerrish for a 3-2 lead…Marston would scoring on the ensuring face-off walking past the D man and firing a shot over the glove of Gerrish to make it 4-2 Ice Lords after 2….

    Patenaude would score a beautiful goal taking a feed from Martin and waiting then slipping a shot under the glove of Gerrish to make it 5-2 6:57 into the 3rd…Kaherl would bang home a rebound of a Chris Roy shot 5o seconds later to make it 6-2…Chris Roop would round out the scoring bouncing a shot of Gerrish from behind the net to account for the 7-2 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 7 Mutants 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 MUT #15 Zach Joy 1 ( #19 Lars Sjulander ) @ 7:18

    1-1 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 4 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude, #7 Dan Ouellette) @ 8:39

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 MUT #15 Zach Joy 2 ( #19 Lars Sjulander ) @ 5:06

    2-2 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 5 (Unassisted) @ 11:43

    3-2 ICE #13 Andy Kaherl 2 ( #21 Chris Marston) @ 13:28

    4-2 ICE #21 Chris Marston 13 (Unassisted) @ 13:59

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-2 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 3 ( #10 Brandon Martin) @ 6:57

    6-2 ICE #13 Andy Kaherl 3 ( #9 Chris Roy, #21 Chris Marston ) @ 7:47

    7-2 ICE #5 Chris Roop 3 (Unassisted) @ 10:40

    Penalties

    ICE #15 Matt Harmon 2 Hook @ 11:35

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 15 shots, 13 saves): Mutants Tim Gerrish ( 44 shots, 37 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 10-0-1 21 points: Mutants 1-10 2 points

  252. Phil Pinkham scored 2 goals in the last 52 seconds to help the #3 seed Outrage (5-4-2) pull victory from the jaws of defeat in a 7-6 come from behind W over #2 seed Eyes on Rosemont( 6-5) in a instant classic game on Thursday night…Chad Sirois had 1 goals and 3 assist in a losing effort…The Outrage move on to play the Ice Lords (10-0-1) Tuesday Sept 2 @ 9:40 while the Eyes play the Mutants (1-10) in an elimination game Thursday Sept 9 @ 8:30….

    Andy Slefinger would open the scoring 42 seconds in banging home a Sirois shot to give the Eyes a 1-0 lead…Matt Coro would knot the game at 1 for the Outrage tapping home a nice feed from Pinkham…at the 10:05 mark, Andrew Sneider took a pass from Trevor Paul and foudn the back of the net to give the Outrage a 2-1 lead…The lead would be shortlived however as 58 seconds later, Nate Dionne would convert on a nice feed from Sirois to even the score @ 2…44 seconds after that Anthony Menario would one time a nice pass from Slefinger and blast home a shot past Mike Fellows to give the Eyes a 3-2 lead after 1…

    3;56 into the 2nd, Kevin Tutt would tip home a feed from Jeremy Harmon to knot the score at 3 and the game calmed down for a while…But at the 10:20 mark, Pinkham would take a nice break-out pass from Harmon and beat Joe Foster to give the Outrage a 4-3 lead after 2…

    Sneider would make it a 5-3 Outrage lead one timing a pass from Harmon at the 5:51 mark of the 3rd and it looked like the Outrage would roll…But both team showed a ton of heart and it was time for the Eyes, Stanley Sampson would take a feed from Sirois (who was behind the net) and launch a wicked backhand shot of the cross bar and in to cut the lead to one…With 5:18 left, the Eyes would tie it up and five when Slefinger would find Bill Sampson cutting in from the point: B Sampson would then one time a pretty past into the back of the net…With 2:34 left, Sirois would tap home a pass from S Sampson to give the Eyes a 6-5 lead and what looked like a W…But with the Goalie pulled, Pinkham would pull up and the blueline a fire a rocket over the glove of foster to tie the game at 6: it looked like we would see OT…But after a failed clearing attempt, Pinkham would slide to the weak side a take a beautiful pass from Coro and fire the puck into the yawing net to give the Outrage the edge in this classic game…

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 7 Eyes on Rosemont 6

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #0 Andy Slefinger 7 ( #3 Chad Sirois , #666 Bill Sampson) @ :42

    1-0 OUT #0 Matt Coro 1 ( #22 Phil Pinkham, #31 Ben Richards) @ 7:29

    2-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 10 ( #21 Trevor Paul, #26 Kevin Tutt ) @ 10;05

    2-2 EYE #0 Nate Dionne 4 ( #3 Chad Sirois, #0 Andy Slefinger ) @ 11:03

    3-2 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 3 ( #0 Andy Slefinger) @ 11:47

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-3 OUT #26 Kevin Tutt 2 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon , #2 Gordon Clark) @ 3:56

    4-3 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 3 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon, #21 Trevor Paul ) @ 10:20

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-3 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 11 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon, #12 Chris Tarazawich) @ 5:51

    5-4 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 5 ( #3 Chad Sirois, #1 Ryan Daly ) @ 6:29

    5-5 EYE #666 Bill Sampson 3 ( #0 Andy Slefinger) @ 8:42

    6-5 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 7 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #77 Andrew Portwine) @ 11:26

    6-6 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 4 ( Unassisted) @ 13:07

    7-6 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 5 ( #0 Matt Coro) @ 13:40

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Outrage Mike Fellows ( 31 shots, 25 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 18 shots, 11 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 5-4-2 12 points: Eyes On Rosemont 6-5 12 points

  253. that was a great game,,wish i could of been a part of it, rather than watch it

  254. Chris Roop has 2 goals and Chris Marston had 1 goals and 1 assist to help lead the Ice Lords (11-0-1) to a 4-3 victory over the Outrage (5-5-2) last night…Phil Pinkham had 3 goals in a losing effort for the Outrage…The Ice Lords now have a bye into the Championship game next week while the Outrage will have to face-off against the Eyes/Mutants winner Sunday @ 8:00…

    6:05 into the first Roop would open the scoring as he cleanly won a faceoff and fired a shot that eluded out netminder Mike Fellows….Just over four minutes later the Ice Lords would extend the lead to two when Brandon Martin took a pass from Marston and buried a shot past Fellows…2-0 Ice Lords After 1…

    Pinkham would get the Outrage on the board 4 minutes into the 2nd on the power play taking a feed from Matt Coro and slipping a shot under Jim Cabral from a tough angle…The Ice Lords would get the two goal lead back at the 8:27 mark, Fellows would make two nice saves but on the ensuing goalmouth scramble Joe Rowkowski would slip a pass to Roop who would slip a shot into the back on the net…3-1 Ice Lords after 2…

    at the 4:44 mark of the 3rd, Marston would pick up a loose puck and launch a laser of a shot up and over Fellows to give the Ice Lords a 4-1 lead…The game looked over but the Outrage just wouldn’t go away…Pinkham would pick up a loose puck and fire a snapshot over Cabral at the 6:26 mark to cut the lead down to two…54 Seconds later, Pinkham would take a pass from Randy Dumont and fire a screen shot past Cabral to cut the lead down to one…The Outrage would continue the surge but Cabral would make the lead stand making a huge glove save with just over 4 minute left to preserve the 4-3 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 4 Outrage 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #5 Chris Roop 4 (Unassisted) @ 6:05

    2-0 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 6 ( #21 Chris Marston ) @ 10:19

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 6 ( #0 Matt Coro) @ 4:00 pp

    3-1 ICE #5 Chris Roop 5 ( #19 Joe Rokowski) @ 8:27

    Penalties

    ICE #9 Chris Roy 2 Trip @ 1:52

    ICE #16 Brad Millis 2 Hook @ 2:59

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 ICE #21 Chris Marston 14 (Unassisted) @ 4:44

    4-2 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 7 (Unassisted) @ 6:26

    4-3 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 8 ( #11 Randy Dumont , #31 Ben Richards) @ 7:20

    Penalties

    OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 2 Check @ 10:02

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 X-Check @ 12:30

    ICE #9 Chris Roy 5 Elbow @ 13:55

    ICE #9 Chris Roy 10 Game Misconduct @ 13:55

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral (23 shots, 20 saves): Outrage Mike Fellows (24 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 11-0-1: Outrage 5-5-2

  255. Chad Sirois had a goal and an assist and Joe Foster kicked aside 22 out of 23 shots he faced to help propel Eyes on Rosemont (8-5)to a 3-1 victory over the Outrage (5-6-2) Sunday night…The Eyes move on to play the Ice Lords (11-0-1) Thursday night @ 9:40 while the Outrage summer season come to an end…

    Sirois would open the scoring when he picked up a loose puck and fired a warp-around shot that beat Ben Richards just 2:37 into the game…Foster and Richards would keep both teams at bay for the rest of the period…1-0 Eyes after 1…

    3:42 into the 2nd, Andrew Portwine would find a streaking Stanley Sampson who would beak in 2 on 1 and fire a nice snap shot that beat Richards stick side to give the Eyes a 2-0 lead…With just over 2 minutes left in the 2nd the Outrage would cut the lead in half when the scored on a nice set play off a face-off…Phil Pinkham won the face-off and Gordon Clark would tip the puck to Mike Fellows at the edge of the slot, Fellows would then blast a screen shot past Foster…2-1 Eyes After 2…

    The Eyes would restore the two goal lead 3:29 into the 3rd when Nate Dionne would fire a beautiful cross ice pass that Eric Phillips wold tip up and over Richards…Foster would make sure the score would remain the same making 4 or 5 nice saves preserving the Eyes 3-1 victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 3 Outrage 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 8 (Unassisted) @ 2:47

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 6 ( #3 Chad Sirois , #77 Andrew Portwine ) @ 3:42

    2-1 OUT #34 Mike Fellows 1 ( #2 Gordon Clark, #22 Phil Pinkham ) @ 11:19

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 EYE #25 Eric Phillips 4 ( #0 Nate Dionne) @ 3:29

    Penalties

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Trip @ 7:46

    Goalies:

    Eyes On Rosemont : Joe Foster ( 23 shots, 22 saves): Outrage Ben Richards ( 27 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 8-5: Outrage 5-6-2

  256. Eric Phillips tipped home a rebound of a Bill Sampson shot 1:40 into OT to help propel Eyes on Rosemont (9-5) to a 5-4 victory over the Ice Lords (11-1-1) in the Championship game for the Summer 2010 year…This concluded a great summer season and I would like to than the Mutants, Outrage as well as the Ice Lords and Eyes for a exciting summer season of action…

    The Eyes came out storming in the first period…6:47 in, Nate Dionne picked up a loose puck a fired a wrist shot past Ice Lord’s netminer Jim Cabral to open the scoring…Just over 2 minutes later, Stanley Sampson tapped home a shot in a goal mouth scramble after Cabral made two nice saves on Chad Sirois and Anthony Menario….Andrew Portwine would make it a 3- game before the first period ended going end to end a firing a shot that beat Cabral stick side….After 1 3-0 Eyes…

    The Ice Lords would go away quietly as they dominated the 2nd period….6:06 into the 2nd, Chris Marston picked up a loose puck a fired a shot that beat Joe Foster over the glove to cut into the lead…The Ice Lords would make it a one goal game while shorthanded when Chris Roop picked up a loose puck a fired a shot past a screened Foster: 3-2 after 2…

    At the 6:09 mark of the 3rd, Marston would again go coast to coast a fire a shot over Foster glove to knot the game up at 3…Dionne would spring Greg Meehan on a breakaway just under 2 minutes later and Meehan would convert faking a shot and then sliding the puck under Cabral to give the Eyes a 4-3 lead…With time winding down and with the man advantage, Dan Ouellette would hit a streaking Brandon Martin who would pull up and look for a pass but with all the lanes being taking away martin decided to fire a shot on net and it defected of the D man up and over the glove of Foster to know the game up at 4…With just over 20 seconds left Foster would make sure the game would see OT stopping a point blank shot of the stick of Marston…

    After 2 OT saves by Foster, B Sampson kept the puck in at the right point and cut to the face-off dot and fired a shot that Phillips tipped past Cabral to give the Eyes the 2010 Summer league title (I got this goal on video so hopefully I can get it up in the next few days)….Great game and season!!!!

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 5 Ice Lords 4 in OT

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #0 Nate Dionne 5 (Unassisted) @ 6:47

    2-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 7 ( #3 Chad Sirois, #0 Anthony Menario) @ 8:58

    3-0 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 9 (Unassisted) @ 10:42

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ICE #21 Chris Marston 15 (Unassisted) @ 6:06

    3-2 ICE #5 Chris Roop 6 (Unassisted) @ 10:02 sh

    Penalties

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Hook @ 3:05

    ICE #7 Dan Ouellette 2 Trip @ 8:54

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 ICE #21 Chris Marston 16 (Unassisted) @ 6:09

    4-3 EYE #17 Greg Meehan 4 ( #0 Nate Dionne ) @ 7:51 pp

    4-4 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 7 ( #7 Dan Ouellette) @ 12:09 pp

    Penalties

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Hook @ 2:11

    EYE #0 Anthony Menario 2 Rough @ 6:50

    ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 2 Rough @ 6:50

    ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 2 Rough @ 6:50

    EYE #1 Ryan Daly 2 Trip @ 9:46

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Trip @ 10:52

    OT

    Goals

    5-4 EYE #25 Eric Phillips 5 ( #666 Bill Sampson ) @ 1:40

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 24 shots, 20 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 22 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 9-5 : Ice Lords 11-1-1

  257. Andrew Portwine had 2 goals and 1 assist to help the Eyes(1-0) record a 4-3 come from behind victory over the Ice Lords (0-1) in a rematch of the Summer Championship game…The game also kicked off the 2010-11 Winter season…

    The first period belonged to the Ice Lords: at the 6:58 mark, Chris Marston would go end to end and slip a shot under Joe Foster on the Power Play to open up the scoring….1:30 later, Brandon Martin would tip home a beautiful cross crease pass from Dennis Patenaude to give the Ice Lords a two goal lead…The Eyes would cut the lead in half during the final minute of the period when Portwine picked off an errant pass dished a nice pass to Chad Sirois would ripped a shot shot side that beat Jim Cabral… 2-1 Lords after 1..

    The Ice Lords would restore the 2 goals lead while shorthanded 3:52 into the 2nd: Marston would walk the D man a fire a shot past Foster…With just over first minute left in the period Stanley Sampson would pick up a loose puck in the slot and fire a backhander over Cabral’s blocker to cut the lead in half…3-2 Lords after 2…

    The 3rd period was all Portwine and Foster….54 second in, Portwine would pick up a loose puck a fire a rocket past Cabral to tie the game up at 3…At the 5:03 mark, Portwine would again find the back of the net with a nice shot off a feed from Nat Dionne to give the Eyes their first lead of the game…Foster would make the lead stand up kicking aside every shot sent in his direction in the 3rd to preserve the victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 4 Ice Lords 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #21 Chris Marston 1 ( Unassisted) @ 6:58 pp

    2-0 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 1 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude, #18 Seth Champagne) @ 8:28

    2-1 EYE # 3 Chad Sirois 1 ( #77 Andrew Portwine) @ 13:04

    Penalties

    EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 2 Trip @ 5:27

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 EYES #21 Chris Marston 2 (Unassisted) @ 3:52 sh

    3-2 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 1 (Unassisted) @ 8:39

    Penalties

    ICE #9 Chris Roy 2 Check @ 3:14

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 1 (Unassisted) @ :54

    4-3 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 2 ( #0 Nate Dionne) @ 5:03

    Penalties

    ICE #9 Chris Roy 2 Interference @ 6:55

    ICE #21 Chris Marston 2 Trip @ 7:24

    Goalies:

    Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 25 shots, 22 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 16 shots, 12 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 1-0 2 Points: Ice Lords 0-1 0 points

  258. Josh would tally 2 goals and dish off an assist to help Atlantic (1-0) tally 4 goals in the final four minutes to defeat Carter’s (0-1) 6-3 on Wednesday night…

    The first period would belong to goalie Mike Rullo and Joe Parker as the kicked aside all pucks sent in thier direction….

    Sean McGoldrick would open the scoring for Atlantic taking a pass from Jamie a wristing a shot over Rullo’s glove just 40 seconds into the 2nd…#9 for Carter’s would go end to end on the ensuing face-off a fire a shot that eluded Parker to knwo the score at 1…Jake Hall would cut in from the point take a nice pass from Josh and bury a shot five hole to give Atlantic a 2-1 lead just over 7 minutes in…Carter’s would strike for two goals in 45 seconds late in the 2nd: Tim Polowski would take a nice brak out pass from Troy Anctil and beat Paker on a break-away 2-2…Anctil would bang home a pass from Pete Mirehouse to give Carter’s a 3-2 lead after 2…

    In looked like that the way the game would end but then came a blitzkrieg from Atlantic: at the 10:40 mark of the 3rd Darren Lizotte would blast home a point shot from of a feed from Mark Embury to knwo the game at 3…With just 1:59 left Josh would bang home a rebound of a Hall point shot to give Atlantic a 4-3 lead…With 52 seconds left Jamie would score a tic tack toe goal of feeds from Josh and McGoldrick to make it 5-3 and with time dwindling down Robyn Smith would bat a rebound of a Jason Walker shot out of mid-air to account for the 6-3 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 6 Carter’s 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 1 ( #0 Jamie) @ :40

    1-1 CAR #9 1 (Unassisted) @ 1:13

    2-1 ATL #44 Jake Hall 1 ( #0 Josh) @ 7:08

    2-2 CAR #15 Tim Polowski 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 10:49

    3-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 1 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 11:34

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 ATL #3 Darren Lizotte 1 ( #17 Mark Embury ) @ 10:40

    4-3 ATL #0 Josh 1 ( #0 Jake Hall, #0 Jamie) @ 12:01

    5-3 ATL Jamie 1 ( #0 Josh, # 0 #0 Sean McGoldrick ) @ 13:08

    6-3 ATL #22 Robyn Smith 1 ( #5 Jason Walker, #9 Joe Sturtevant ) @ 13:48

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Atlantic Joe Parker ( 11 shots, 8 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 29 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 1-0 2 points: Carter’s 0-1 0 points

  259. Ben Richards would kick aside 27 shots to help the lead the Outrage (1-0) to a 6-3 win over Homestead Mortgage (0-1) on Wednesday night….

    Dave May would blast home a point shot off a face-odd win by Travis Dunn to give the Outrage a 1-0 lead 4:31 in…38 seconds later Dunn would do it all by himself walking a d man and slipping a shot under Mike Payne to give the Outrage a 2-0 lead…Gabe Gumiond would strike back 47 seconds later for homestead blasting home a pass from Ben Daigle: 2-1 Outrage after 1…

    The only tally of the 2nd period was when Andrew Sneider picked up a loose puck a fired a shot past Payne to make it 3-1 Outrage… Richards would stop a penalty shot in the period to keep the two goal lead for the Outrage 3-1 after 2…

    at the 5:46 mark of the 3rd Dan Charette would tip hom a nice pass from Mike Fellows to make it 4-1 Rage…56 Seconds later Sneider would take a feed from Trevor Paul a beat Payne to make it 5-1 and it seemed like the game was done…Homestead had other plans though at the 11:26 mark, Daigle would find the back of the net off a pass from Gumiond and then with 45 seonds left Gumiond would fire a laser of the blocker of Richards to make it a 5-3 game…Paul would tip home a Jeremy Harmon pass into the empty net to seal the 6-3 Outrage win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 6 Homestead 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #44 Dave May 1 ( #11 Travis Dunn) @ 4:31

    2-0 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 1 (Unassisted) @ 5:09

    2-1 HOME #12 22 Gabe Gumiond 1 ( #15 Ben Daigle ) @ 5:58

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 1 (Unassisted) @ 12:56

    Penalties

    OUT #21 Trevor Paul 2 Trip Penalty shot @ 11:04

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 OUT #15 Dan Charette 1 ( #34 Mike Fellows) @ 5:46

    5-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 2 ( #21 Trevor Paul ) @ 6:42

    5-2 HOME #15 Ben Daigle 1 ( #12 Gabe Gumiond) @ 11:26

    5-3 HOME #12 Gabe Gumiond 2 ( #4 Ron Giroux) @ 13:15

    6-3 OUT #21 Trevor Paul 1 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon, #15 Dan Charette) @ 13:55 EN

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 30 shots, 27 saves): Homestead Mike Payne ( 26 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 1-0 2 points: Homestead 0-1 0 points

  260. Eric Tanguay kicked aside 25 out of 27 shots and Scott Fitser had two goals to help Sebago Brew (1-0) defeat defending Winter Champs HVAC (0-1) 4-2 on Thursday night…Paul Miller had two goals in a losing effort for HVAC….

    Sebago would strike first 7:59 in, when #7 took a drop pass from Nat Germond and rifled a shot past the blocker of Josh Larrabee….Miller would strike with just 55 seconds left in the first banging home a rebound of a Scott Fletcher shot to knot the score @ 1 after 1….

    Sebago would dominate the 2nd period, with #0 finding the back of the net off another nice feed from Germond at the 4:15 mark: 2-1 Sebago….Fitser would tally halfway though the 2nd slipping a shot under Larrabee of a feed from Brian Johnson…3-1 Sebago Brew after 2…

    Tanguay would be the story in the 3rd making save after save…Miller was able to find the back of the net for HVAC taking a feed from Fletcher and banging home his own rebound on a break-away to make it 3-2…But that is where is stayed and Fitser would ice the game with an empty net goal with 35 seconds left…4-2 Sebago Brew

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 4 HVAC 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #7 1 ( #37 Nat Germond ) @ 7:59

    1-1 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 1 ( # 10 Scott Fletcher ) @ 13:06

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SB #0 1 ( #37 Nat Germond, #7 ) @ 4:15

    3-1 SB #3 Scott Fitser 1 ( #8 Brian Johnson) @ 7:55

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 2 ( # 10 Scott Fletcher ) @ 6:33

    4-2 SB #3 Scott Fitser 2 ( #7) @ 13:25 en

    Penalties

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Check @ 4:30

    Goalies:

    Sebago Brew Eric Tanguay ( 27 shots, 25 saves): HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 20 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 1-0 2 points: HVAC 0-1 0 points

  261. Loren Blair had 2 goals and an assist and Ron Smith had two goals while Donny Gearan kicked aside all 9 shots to lead the Tradesman (1-0) over P.Fire Dept (0-1) 9-0 in action on Thursday night….

    Ryan Neault would open the scoring 8:46 into the 1st tipping home a nice feed from Noah Miner….Miner would extend the lead to 2, ripping home a pass from Blair…2-0 Tradesman after 1…

    The Tradesman would put the ngame away with 5 goals in a five minute span in the 2nd: Ron Smith would convert on a pass from #25 and then off the ensuing face off Smith would find the back of the net off a feed from Doug Sernyk to make it 4-0….Blair would take a feed from Randy Corbett and fire a shot past Kai Becksvoort to make it 5-0…Corbett and Sernyk would also find the back of the net during the onslaught to make it 7-0 after 2…

    Blair and Mark Kemper would find the back of the net in the 3rd period to account for the 9-0 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 9 PFD 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #15 Ryan Neault 1 ( # 24 Noah Miner) @ 8:46

    2-0 TRA # 24 Noah Miner 1 ( #16 Loren Blair) @ 9:47

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 1 ( #25 , #11 Pete Toohey) @ 7:09

    4-0 TRA # 66 Ron Smith 2 ( #0 Doug Sernyk, #12 Chris Neault) @ 9:04

    5-0 TRA #16 Loren Blair 1 ( #8 Randy Corbett , #21 Mark Kemper) @ 9:58

    6-0 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 1 (Unassisted) @ 10:55

    7-0 TRA #0 Doug Sernyk 1 ( #0, #25) @ 13:04

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    8-0 TRA #16 Loren Blair 2 ( Unassisted) @ 10:08

    9-0 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 1 ( #10, #8 Randy Corbett ) @ 12:09

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Tradesman: Donny Gearan ( 9 shots, 9 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 44 shots, 35 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 1-0 2 points: PFD 0-1 0 points

  262. Chad Sirois had 3 goals and 2 assist and Stanley Sampson had 2 goals and an assist to help Eyes On Rosemont (2-0) to a 8-1 victory over a shorthanded Atlantic (1-1) squad on Sunday night….

    Sampson would open up the scoring tipping home a pass from Sirois 6:21 into the game…One minute and a half later Andrew Portwine on a beautiful break-out pass, would spring Greg Meehan on a break-away and Meehan would beat netminder Joe Parker to make it 2-0…Than in the last minute of Sampson would take a nice feed from Sirois and slid a shot pass Parker that barley slide over the goal line…3-0 Eyes After 1…

    Atlantic would put up a valiant fight in the 2nd period…At the 3:45 mark, Atlantic would cut into the lead when Robyn Smith would blast a point shot home off a nice feed from Mark Embury for a power play goal… With Just over 5 minute left in the period, Sirois would restore the Eyes 3 goal lead finding the back on the net off a feed from Sampson…4-1 Eyes after 2…

    1:53 into the 3rd, Bart Kaenith would pick up a loos puck a fire a shot past Parker to make it 5-1…Kaenith would strike again four minutes later, when he beat Parker off a feed from Sirois to make it a 6-1 lead…Meehan would pick up a loose puck and deake Parker on a break-away to make it 7-1 and Sirois would find the back of the net off a feed from Nate Dionne to account for the 8-1 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes On Rosemont 8 Atlantic 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 2 ( #3 Chad Sirois) @ 6:21

    2-0 EYE #17 Greg Meehan 1 ( #77 Andrew Portwine ) @ 8:17

    3-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 3 ( #3 Chad Sirois, #77 Andrew Portwine) @ 13:18

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ATL #22 Robyn Smith 2 ( #17 Mark Embury) @ 3:45 pp

    4-1 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 1 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #77 Andrew Portwine) @ 8:49

    Penalties

    EYE #25 Moses Sabina 2 Trip @ 2:19

    EYE #25 Moses Sabina 2 High-Stick @ 13:30

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 EYE #88 Bart Keanith 1 (Unassisted) @ 1:53

    6-1 EYE #88 Bart Keanith 2 ( #3 Chad Sirois, #0 Nate Dionne) @ 5:18

    7-1 EYE #17 Greg Meehan 2 (Unassisted) @ 11:32

    8-1 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 2 ( #0 Nate Dionne, #0 Anthony Menario ) @ 12:44

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Eyes on Rosemont Jordan Sterrer ( 8 shots, 7 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker (26 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes On Rosemont 2-0 4 points: Atlantic 1-1 2 points

  263. Mike Daniels had 2 goals and an assist and Brandon Martin and Dennis Patenaude both chipped in with a goal and 2 assist to help lead the Ice Lords (1-1) to a 5-3 victory over St Joes (0-1) on Tuesday night…Chris Quattrucci had a goal and 2 assist for ST Joes in a losing effort….

    The Ice Lords opened the scoring at the 4:49 mark, when Dennis Patenadue tipped a nice feed from Daniels past the outstretched past of netminder Donny Gearan…The Ice Lords would extend to lead to two goals when Matt Brooks flipped a shot from behind the net and it bounced in off of Gearan’s pad into the twine….St Joes would come back and cut it to a one goal lead before the period ended when Jake Brown pounded home a rebound of an Andy Kaherl shot…2-1 Ice Lords after 1…

    Tom Gagnon would tie the game up at two 1:53 into the 2nd taking a pass from Quattrucci and firing a shot past Cabral….The Ice Lords would score a beautiful shorthanded goal at the 4:10 mark, when Martin would find a streaking Daniels who would fire an unstoppable short side shot past Gearan to make it 3-2…The lead would be shot lived however as Quattrucci would bang home a rebound of a Gagnon shot just 50 seconds later…3-3 After 2…

    The 3rd period belonged to Gearan and Cabral as they would stop all but one puck sent in their direction…Daniels would again find the back of the net off a feed from Martin at the 7:04 mark giving the Ice Lords a lead the would surrender…Martin would seal the deal in the dying seconds firing a puck into the empty net for a 5-3 Ice Lords victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 5 St Joes 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 1 ( #4 Mike Daniels) @ 4:49

    2-0 ICE #17 Matt Brooks 1 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude, #47 Alex Madruga) @ 9:18

    2-1 STJ #20 Jake Brown 1 ( #3 Andy Kaherl, #8 Chris Quattrucci) @ 10:54

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 STJ #5 Tom Gagnon 1 ( #8 Chris Quattrucci, #27 Jake DiPrizio) @ 1:53

    3-2 ICE #4 Mike Daniels 1 ( #10 Brandon Martin) @ 4:06 sh

    3-3 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 1 ( #5 Tom Gagnon ) @ 4:56 pp

    Penalties

    ICE #9 Chris Roy 2 Interference @ 3:30

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Slash @ 9:48

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 ICE #4 Mike Daniels 2 ( #10 Brandon Martin, #18 Seth Champagne) @ 7:04

    5-3 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude) @ 13:55 en/pp

    Penalties

    STJ #2 Pete Bermani 2 Rough @ 1:29

    STJ #2 Pete Bermani 10 Misconduct @ 1:29

    ICE #17 Matt Brooks 2 Rough @ 1:29

    ICE #17 Matt Brooks 10 Misconduct @ 1:29

    STJ #20 Jake Brown 2 Check @ 4:48

    STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 2 Trip @ 13:25

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 17 shots, 14 saves): St Joes Donny Gearan ( 29 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 1-1 2 points: St Joes 0-1 0 points

  264. Jim Duest had 2 goals and Josh Larrabee kicked aside 23 out of 24 shots to help lead HVAC (1-1) to a 5-1 victory over PFD (0-2) for the defending winter champs first victory of the season…Kai Becksvoort was brilliant in net for PFD making 41 saves….

    Rob Cambell would open the scoring just 1:44 into the game taking a feed from Paul Miller splitting the D and sliding a shot past the poke check of Becksvoort….With just 29 seconds left in the period, Cambell would take a pass from Miller and fire a shot that would bounce of the leg of Mike Goodrich to give HVAC a 2-0 lead after 1…

    PFD would cut the lead in half 2:51 into the 2nd, when #11 banged home a rebound of a Dean Berry point shot…Duest would extend the lead back to two goals taking a feed from Chris Plummer and finding the back of the net at the 6:34 mark…With just under 3 minutes left int the 2nd Charlie Elwell would tip home a nice pass from Plummer to make it 4-1 HVAC after 2…

    Larrabee and Becksvoort would be the story of the 3rd period making numerous saves and saves and only Duest off a break-out feed from Rob Mitchell would dent the twine…Final 5-1 HVAC

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 5 PFD 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 1 ( #8 Paul Miller , #7 Justin Rice) @ 1:44

    2-0 HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 1 ( #11 Rob Cambell, #8 Paul Miller) @ 13:11

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 PFD #11 1 ( #7 Dean Berry) @ 2:51

    3-1 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 1 ( #3 Chris Plummer, #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 6:34

    4-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 1 ( #3 Chris Plummer, #2 Rob Mitchell) @ 11:06

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 ( #2 Rob Mitchell) @ 8:44

    Penalties

    HVAC #18 Mike Goodrich 2 High Stick @ 11:13

    Goalies:

    HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 24 shots, 23 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 46 shots, 41 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 1-1 2 points: PFD 0-2 0 points

  265. Dave May scored a goal with 2:59 left to help propel the Outrage (2-0) to a 4-3 defeat of Carter’s (0-2) in faced paced action packed game last night…Troy Anctil and Zach Johnson each had 1 goal and 2 assist in a losing effort for Carter’s…

    The only goal in the first period came at the 4:24 mark when Chris Tarazawich feed a streaking Phil Pinkham would fired a shot past a screened Mike Rullo …1-0 Outrage after 1…

    The Outrage would extend the lead to two goals with 1:34 left in the 2nd when Mike Fellows one timed a pass from Andrew Sneider past Rullo…2-0 Outrage after 2…

    Carter’s came out flying in the 3rd and Anctil and Johnson put on quite a display…At the 1:55 mark, Cam Spring cut in from the point and took a feed from Anctil and rifled a beautiful shot over the blocker of Ben Richards to cut the lead in half…21 seconds later, Johnson feed Anctil for a one timer in the slot and that found the back of the net to know the game at 2…41 seconds after that, Johnson on a beautiful warp-around play set-up by a nice pass from Anctil and Carter’s scoring 3 goals in 1:02 had a 3-2 lead… The Outrage would go away quickly though as Trevor Paul would pick up a loos puck and slip a shot five hole at the less than a minute later: tied up a 3…It looked like we were headed to a shoot-out but with 2:59 left Travis Dunn picked up a loose puck a feed May cutting in from the point and May blasted a rocket over the glove of Rullo off the cross bar and in…Final 4-3 Outrage

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 4 Carter’s 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 1 ( #12 Chris Tarazewich) @ 4:24

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 OUT #34 Mike Fellows 1 ( #18 Andrew Sneider, #12 Chris Tarazewich) @ 12:26

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 CAR #19 Cam Spring 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil, #24 Zach Johnson) @ 1:55

    2-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 2 ( #24 Zach Johnson, #9 Bill Kennedy ) @ 2:16

    3-2 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #27 Tim Thornton) @ 2:57

    3-3 OUT #21 Trevor Paul 2 (Unassisted) @ 3:35

    4-3 OUT #44 Dave May 2 ( #11 Travis Dunn) @ 11:01

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 23 shots, 20 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 39 shots, 35 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 2-0 4 points: Carter’s 0-2 0 points

  266. Julian Kaelin kicked aside 29 out of 30 shots and Chip Brewer had a goal and an assist to help lead Sebago Brew( 2-0) to a 2-1 win over Homestead Mortgage (0-2) on Thursday night…

    Kaelin and Homestead netminder Mike Payne would combined on playing an outstanding game…Combined they would kick aside 49 out of the 52 shots sent their way…. The only tally of the first period would be off a face-off win by Nat Germond: when Jay Lachance would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot that squeezed by Payne…1-0 Sebago Brew after 1…

    Homestead would tie the game up with 1:31 left in the 2nd…Jeff Sampson would take a drop pass from Matt Martelle and blast a shot over Kaelin’s glove…1-1 After 2…

    Kaelin and Payne would keep up the goaltending heroics until the 10:48 mark of the 3rd period when Brewer would bang home a rebound of a Arty Mclean points shot…Kaelin would make the lead stand up making a great save off Gabe Gumiond at the buzzer to preserve the 2-1 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 2 Homestead 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 1 ( #37 Nat Germond, #7 Chip Brewer) @ 8:50

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 1 ( #1 Matt Martelle) @ 12:29

    Penalties

    SB #20 Lars Sjulander 2 Trip @ :30

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SB #7 Chip Brewer 2 ( #1 Arty Mclean ,# 3 Scott Fitser ) @ 10:48

    Penalties

    HOME #18 Nick Porto 2 Hook @ 1:50

    SB #4 Jay Lachance 2 Hook @ 3:50

    Goalies:

    Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin (30 shots, 29 saves): Homestead Mike Payne ( 22 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 2-0 4 points: Homestead Mortgage 0-2 0 points

  267. CJ Bergeron had 3 goals and dished off an assist to lead St Joes (1-1) to a 7-3 victory over the Tradesman (1-1) on Thursday night…Loren Blair had 2 goals in a losing effort for the Tradesman….

    At the 8:41 mark of the first period, Kyle Bennett took a pass from Bergeron and blasted a point shot past a screened Kevin Gilbert to give St Joes a 1-0 lead…36 seconds later Bergeron would pick up a loose puck a slide a shot under Gilbert to make it 2-0 St Joes after 1….

    Jake DiPrizio would fire home a shot at the 5:57 mark of the 2nd to give St Joes a 3-0 lead…Less than two minutes later Bergeron would strike again off a feed from #11 to make it a 4-0 St Joes lead…It looked like St Joes would run away with the game but with just under 3 minutes left in the 2nd, Noah Miner would pick off a errant pass from Net minder Dan Laskey and fire it into the back of the twice to make it 4-1 after 2…

    Just 44 seconds into the 3rd, Blair would cut the lead in half tipping home a Randy Corbett shot and then Blair would pick off a clearing pass and fire a shot past Laskey to make it a 4-3 game…The Tradesman would put on some pressure but then at the 9:26 mark, Bergeron would walk the D man a slide a shot past Gilbert to make it a 5-3 game and it took the legs out of the Tradesman…TJ Garske would make it a 3 goal game wit a nice shot off a pass from Quattrucci and then 22 seconds later Quattrucci would find the back of the net himself off a feed from DiPrizio to account for the 7-3 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 7 Tradesman 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 1 ( #19 Colin Finn, #41 C.J. Bergeron) @ 8:41

    2-0 STJ #41 C.J. Bergeron 1 (Unassisted) @ 9:27

    Penalties

    STJ #41 C.J. Bergeron 2 Trip @ 5:06

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 1 (Unassisted) @ 5:57

    4-0 STJ #41 C.J. Bergeron 2 (#11) @ 7:43

    4-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 2 (Unassisted) @ 11:06

    Penalties

    STJ #19 Colin Finn 4 Check @ 9:37

    TRA #12 Chris Neault 2 Check @ 10:13

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 TRA #16 Loren Blair 3 ( #8 Randy Corbett, #66 Ron Smith) @ :44

    4-3 TRA #16 Loren Blair 4 (Unassisted) @ 4:01 pp

    5-3 STJ #41 C.J. Bergeron 3 ( Unassisted) @ 9:26

    6-3 STJ #4 T.J. Garske 1 ( #8 Chris Quattrucci ) @ 11:32

    7-3 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 2 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio) @ 11:55

    Penalties

    STJ #19 Colin Finn 2 Hook @ 3:20

    TRA #3 Chris Fullarton 2 Trip @ 5:38

    Goalies:

    St Joes Dan Laskey (17 shots, 14 saves): Tradesman Kevin Gilbert ( 31 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    St Joes 1-1 2 points: Tradesman 1-1 2 points

  268. Chris Marston had two goals and dished off two assist as the Ice Lords (2-1) defeated Atlantic (1-2) 8-1 in action on Tuesday…

    Atlantic would strike first when Sean McGoldrick would pick up a loose puck and fired a shot that slipped through netminder Jim Cabral’s glove…Marston would even the game on the power play when he took a pass from #20 and fired a shot that beat Joe Parker…Exactly one minute later, Brandon Martin would pick up a loose puck a fire a shot that slipped through Parker and into the net giving the Ice Lords a 2-1 lead after 1…

    Martin would score the only goal in the 2nd period taking a pass from Sam Perkins and blast a shot past Parker…3-1 Ice Lords after 2…

    The Ice Lords would put the game away early in the 3rd with 4 goals in 5:44…At the 26 second mark, Marston would dangle past a D man a fire a shot past Parker making it 4-1, and 36 seconds later Marston would feed Dennis Patenaude who would blast a point shot past Parker making it 5-1…At the 4:03 mark, Patenaude again would find the back of the net off a nice feed from Marston making it 6-1….1:41 later, Mike Dandy would take a feed from Chris Roy and fire a shot six hole on Parker to make it 7-1…Perkins would get an unassisted tally with just over two minutes to round out the 8-1 Ice Lords victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 8 Atlantic 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 2 (Unassisted) @ 8:16

    1-1 ICE #21 Chris Marston 3 (#20) @ 10:36 pp

    2-1 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 3 (Unassisted) @ 11:36

    Penalties

    ATL #11 2 Slash @ 9:34

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 4 ( #3 Sam Perkins) @ 8:34

    Penalties

    ATL #5 Jason Walker 2 Trip @ 1:55

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 ICE #21 Chris Marston 4 (Unassisted) @ :26

    5-1 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 2 ( #21 Chris Marston ) @ 1:02

    6-1 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 3 ( #21 Chris Marston ) @ 4:03

    7-1 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 3 ( #9 Chris Roy) @ 5:44

    8-1 ICE #3 Sam Perkins 1 (Unassisted) @ 11:42

    Penalties

    ATL #5 Jason Walker 2 Trip @ 6:11

    ATL #3 Darren Lizotte 2 Slash @ 9:26

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral (11 shots, 10 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 30 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 2-1 4 points: Atlantic 1-2 2 points

  269. Scott Fitser had a goal and dished off 2 assist as well as netting the game winning shootout goal in the 12th!!! round giving Sebago Brew (3-0) a 4-3 victory in a shootout over the Outrage (2-0-1)…

    Lars Sjulander would open up the scoring 8:08 into the 1st period firing a dipping shot from outside the blueline that beat netminder Ben Richards…Eric Tanguay was outstanding in the first kicking aside all 11 shots he faced….1-0 Sebago Brew after 1…

    The Outrage would strike back quickly to open the 2nd as just 1:21 in Andrew Sneider would take a feed from Jeremy Harmon and one timing a shot past Tanguay….Less than two minutes later, the Outrage would take the lead as a Chris Taraezwich point shot found its way onto the stick of John Dubois would feed a pass to Dan Charette who buried the shot top self…2-1 Outrage after 2….

    Sebago would tie the game 2:41 into the 3rd when Fitser took a feed from #30 and buried the puck into the back off the net…36 seconds later #30 would take a nice feed from Dwight Doucette and lift a shot over Richards to give Sebago Brew a 3-2 lead….The Outrage would tie the game with 3:45 left when Travis Dunn picked off an errant pass and blasted a shot over the glove a Tanguay sending the game into an epic shootout….

    Tanguay and Richards were outstanding in the shootout kicking aside shot after shot until Fitser beat Richards in the 12 round….

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 4 Outrage 3 in a SO

    1st Period

    1-0 SB #20 Lars Sjulander 1 ( #3 Scott Fitser) @ 8:08

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 3 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon ) @ 1:21

    2-1 OUT #15 Dan Charette 2 ( #17 John Dubois, #12 Chris Tarazewich) @ 3:18

    Penalties

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Hook @ 7:52

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 SB #3 Scott Fitser 3 ( #30) @ 2:41

    3-2 SB #30 1 ( #11 Dwight Doucette, #3 Scott Fitser ) @ 3:17

    3-3 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 2 (Unassisted) @ 10:15

    Penalties

    None

    Shootout GWG SB #3 Scott Fitser

    Goalies:

    Sebago Brew Eric Tanguay ( 27 shots, 24 saves): Outrage Ben Richards ( 23 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 3-0 6 points: Outrage 2-0-1 5 points

  270. hell yea!! that was a fun one!!

  271. Paul Miller had a goal and also tallied the game winning shootout goal and Josh Larrabee kicked aside 30 of 33 shots to lead HVAC (2-1) to a 4-3 shootout victory over Homestead Mortgage (0-2-1)…

    With just 51 seconds left in the first period, Jim Duest took a feed from Chris Plummer and one timed a shot past Mike Payne to HVAC a 1-0 lead after 1…

    HVAC would extend the lead to two goals mid-way though the 2nd when Miller one timed a pretty cross crease pass from Dan Wilkinson over Payne…Homestead would come roaring back before the end of the period thanks in large part to Andy McPartland…McPartland would bang home a rebound off a Nick Porto shot at the 8:44 mark to cut the lead in half and then with just 1:34 left in the period McPartland would a laser wrist shot off a feed from Gabe Gumiond up under the cross bar…2-2 after 2…

    Just 33 seconds into the 3rd Pilmmer would pick up a loose puck a fire a wrist shot that beat a screened Payne to give HVAC back a one goal lead….It looked like that was the way the game was going to end but Ben Daigle banged home a rebound of a Porto point shot with just 16.3 seconds left to send the game into a shootout…

    Milller would score on his shootout chance and Larrabee would turn aside all 3 that came his way to give HVAC the 4-3 win…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 Homestead 3 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 3 ( #3 Chris Plummer) @ 13:09

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 3 ( #1 Dan Wilkinson) @ 6:44

    2-1 HOME # 5 Andy Mcpartland 1 ( #18 Nick Porto ) @ 8:28

    2-2 HOME # 5 Andy Mcpartland 2 ( # 22 Gabe Gumiond, #11 Scott Libby ) @ 12:34

    Penalties

    HOME #1 Matt Martelle 2 Rough @ 9:23

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 HVAC #3 Chris Plummer 1 ( Unassisted) @ :33

    3-3 HOME #15 Ben Daigle 2 ( #18 Nick Porto ) @ 13:43

    Penalties

    HOME #18 Nick Porto 2 Rough @ 4:35

    Shootout Game winning Goal: HVAC #8 Paul Miller

    Goalies:

    HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 33 shots, 30 saves): Homestead Mike Payne (19 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 2-1 4 points: Homestead Mortgage 0-2-1 1 point

  272. Zach Johnson had 4 goals and John Spring had one goal and 2 assist to lead Carter’s (1-2) to a 6-2 victory over Eyes on Rosemont (2-1) in action on Thursday night…

    Chad Sirois would get the Eyes on the board first just 1:45 into the game tipping home a point shot from Anthony Menario….Johnson would take a feed from Troy Anctil and fire a shot past Joe Foster to tie the game at one 5:29 into the game…Anctil would make a beautiful cross crease pass to Dave Spencer who tipped the puck into the empty net giving Carter’s a 2-1 lead at the 8:44 mark…Johnson would add his 2nd of the game of a pass from Cam Spring giving Carter’s a 3-1 lead after 1…

    The only tally of the 2nd period would be the hat-trick goal for Johnson would scooped up a loose puck and found the back of the net at the 11:02 mark…4-1 Carter’s after 2…

    J Spring would one time a beautiful cross ice pass from Pete Mirehouse 1:07 into the 3rd making it 5-1…Johnson would add his 4th of the game on the power play finding the back of the net of another feed from Anctil to make it 6-1…Andrew Portwine would get one back for the Eyes at the 6:18 mark, picking off a pass a firing a shot five hole on Mike Rullo…Final Carter’s 6-2…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 6 Eyes on Rosemont 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 4 ( #0 Anthony Menario, #24 Kevin Boyce ) @ 1:45

    1-1 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 2 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #17 John Spring) @ 5:29

    2-1 CAR #7 Dave Spencer 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 8:44

    3-1 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 3 ( #19 Cam Spring , #17 John Spring) @ 12:45

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-1 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 4 (Unassisted) @ 11:02

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-1 CAR #17 John Spring 1 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #18 Greg Shapiro) @ 1:07

    6-1 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 5 ( #16 Troy Anctil, #27 Tim Thornton ) @ 5:00 pp

    6-2 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 3 (Unassisted) @ 6:18

    Penalties

    EYE #3 Chad Sirois 2 Trip @ 3:31

    EYE #69 Scott Vogel 2 Rough @ 12:47

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 24 shots, 22 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 27 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 1-2 2 points: Eyes on Rosemont 2-1 4 points

  273. Jeremy Harmon would score 2 goals and dish off 2 assist to lead the charge in 7 goal 3rd period outburst in the Outrage (3-0-1) 9-2 victory over PFD(0-3) on Sunday night….

    PFD would hold the lead after one on a nice goal from John Brennan would took a pass from #22 and fired a shot stick past Ben Richards in the last minute of the first and on the power play …1-0 PFD after 1…

    The Outrage would tally a power play marker 6:34 into the 2nd to knot the game when Harmon slammed home a feed from Andrew Sneider…At the 9:16 mark, Brian April one timed a pass from John Dubois to give the Outrage a 2-1 lead after 2…

    Dave May would find the back of the net 40 seconds into the 3rd off a feed from April to start the onslaught…Mike Fellows would tip home a pass from Harmon to make it 4-1 but just 19 seconds later Brennan would strike again for PFD cutting the lead in half…Lees than one minute later Dan Charette would score the goal of the night walking past the D man and ripping a shot over Kai Becksvoort glove to make it 5-1…On the ensuing face-off Gordon Clark would fire a shot short glove hand side off a feed from Joey Morse to make it 6-2…At the 12:01 mark, Harmon would find the back of the net off a feed from Fellows to make it 7-2, Snieder would find the back of the net of a pass from Tim Pushard to make it 8-2 and in the dying seconds Dubois would one time a pass from Harmon to account for the 9-2 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 9 PFD 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 PFD #16 John Brennan 1 ( #22) @ 13:27 pp

    Penalties

    OUT #6 Tim Pushard 2 Hold @ 11:46

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 1 ( #18 Andrew Sneider, #34 Mike Fellows) @ 6:34 pp

    2-1 OUT #4 Brian April 1 ( #17 John Dubois) @ 9:16

    Penalties

    PFD #7 Dean Berry 2 Hold @ 4:39

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 OUT #44 Dave May 3 ( #4 Brian April , #15 Dan Charette) @ :40

    4-1 OUT #34 Mike Fellows 2 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon, #18 Andrew Sneider) @ 4:26

    4-2 PFD #16 John Brennan 2 (Unassisted) @ 4:49

    5-2 OUT #15 Dan Charette 3 ( #2 Matt Coro) @ 5:43

    6-2 OUT #18 Gordon Clark 1 ( #19 Josiah Morse, #6 Tim Pushard) @ 6:16

    7-2 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 2 ( #18 Andrew Sneider, #34 Mike Fellows) @ 12:01

    8-2 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 4 ( #6 Tim Pushard) @ 12:54

    9-2 OUT #17 John Dubois 1 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon) @ 13:41

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Outrage: Ben Richards ( 12 shots, 10 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 49 shots, 40 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 3-0-1 7 points: PFD 0-3 0 points

  274. Randy Corbett had 3 goals and an assist and Noah Miner also had a hat-trick and an assist in leading the Tradesman (2-1) to an 8-1 victory over Atlantic (1-3) Sunday night…

    Corbett would give the Tradesman a lead at the 10:05 mark of the first banging home a 3rd chance after netminder Joe Parker had made 2 saves on Loren Blair…With 1:33 left in the period, Chris Neault would take a feed from Miner a slide a shot short side past Parker to make it 2-0 Tradesman after 1…

    1:57 into the 2nd Corbett would tip home a point blast from Mark Van Zandt on the power play to make it 3-0 Tradesman….Sean McGoldrick would take a feed from Mark Embruy and fire a shot over Donny Gearan glove to make it a 3-1 game after 2…

    Just :07 seconds in and while shorthanded Miner would get the Tradesman 3 goals lead back firing a shot past Parker…Ryan Neault would fire home a pass from Van Zandt to make it 5-1 at the 7:20 mark and just a minute later, Corbett would find the back of the net on a break-away to make it 6-1….Miner would connect on two later goals, one off a pass from Blair and one off a feed from Corbett to account for the 8-1 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 8 Atlantic 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 2 ( #16 Loren Blair, #0 Luke Mills) @ 10:05

    2-0 TRA #12 Chris Neault 1 ( #24 Noah Miner ) @ 12:27

    Penalties

    TRA #16 Loren Blair 2 Hook @ 1:57

    ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 2 Trip @ 13:50

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 3 ( #77 Mark Van Zandt) @ 1:57 pp

    3-1 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 3 ( #17 Mark Embury #0) @ 12:19

    Penalties

    TRA #0 Luke Mills 2 Trip @ 6:02

    TRA #21 Mark Kemper 2 Rough @ 13:05

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 3 (Unassisted) @ :07 sh

    5-1 TRA # 15 Ryan Neault 2 ( #77 Mark Van Zandt) @ 7:20

    6-1 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 4 (Unassisted) @ 8:44

    7-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 4 ( #16 Loren Blair) @ 10:00

    8-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 5 ( #8 Randy Corbett ) @ 13:30

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 24 shots, 23 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 27 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 2-1 4 points: Atlantic 1-3 2 points

  275. Jeff Sampson, Kevin Colangelo, Ron Giroux and Gabe Gumiond each found the back of the net twice in leading Homestead (1-2-1) to a 9-1 victory over the Ice Lords (2-2) in action last night…

    Sampson would tally first at the 4:08 mark firing a feed from Giroux over Jim Cabral’s glove….The Ice Lords would tie the game up just over one minute later when Dan Ouellette cutting in from the point took a beautiful cross ice pass from Chris Marston and fired a shot top self…Less than a minute later, Giroux would give Homestead the lead for good finding the back of the net off a feed from Ben Daigle…Giroux would extend the lead on the power play picking off an errant pass and beating Cabral and then 49 seconds later Gumiond would pick off a pass and and find the back of the net making it 4-1 Homestead after 1…

    Homestead would put the game away with 4 goals in the 2nd, 1:50 in Sampson would find the back off the net off a feed from Matt Martelle, 6:39 in Colangelo picked up a loose puck and found the back of the net making it 6-1…Just over one minute later, Andy McPartland would tap home a pass form Colangelo and Gumiond would tally a power play goal off a feed from Ben Daigle to make it 8-1 Homestead after 2…

    The game finally calmed down in the 3rd with the only tally by Colangelo off a feed from Jim Skvorak…Final 9-1…

    Box Score

    Score

    Homestead 9 Ice Lords 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 2 ( #4 Ron Giroux) @ 4:08

    1-1 ICE #7 Dan Ouellette 1 ( #21 Chris Marston) @ 5:58

    2-1 HOME #4 Ron Giroux 1 ( #15 Ben Daigle) @ 6:49

    3-1 HOME #4 Ron Giroux 2 (Unassisted) @ 12:06 pp

    4-1 HOME # 12 Gabe Gumiond 3 (Unassisted) @ 12:55

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Hook @ 9:50

    2nd Period

    Goals

    5-1 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 3 ( #1 Matt Martelle) @ 1:50

    6-1 HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 1 ( Unassisted) @ 6:39

    7-1 HOME #5 Andy McPartland 3 ( #25 Kevin Colangelo , # 8 Dave Madsen) @ 7:51

    8-1 HOME # 12 Gabe Gumiond 4 (#15 Ben Daigle) @ 11:07 pp

    Penalties

    ICE #17 Matt Brooks 2 Hook @ 10:04

    HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 2 Trip @ 11:55

    3rd Period

    Goals

    9-1 HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 2 ( #43 Jim Skvorak , # 9 Rich Tibbets) @ 12:10

    Penalties

    HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 2 Trip @ 3:42

    HOME #11 Scott Libby 2 Rough @ 6:45

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Rough @ 6:45

    ICE #21 Chris Marston 2 Cross-Check @ 14:00

    Goalies:

    Homestead Mortgage Mike Payne ( 16 shots, 15 saves):Ice Lords Jim Cabral (22 shots, 13 saves)

    Team Records

    Homestead Mortgage 1-2-1 3 points: Ice Lords 2-2 4 points

  276. Chris Quattrucci had 3 goals and Alex Dahms also had a hat-trick in a wild 8-6 victory for St Joes (2-1) over Eyes on Rosemont (2-2)….There were 4 shorthanded goals combined for in this game: has to be some record…

    Quattrucci opened up the scoring 57 seconds in tipping home a nice pass from Kyle Bennett…Jake DiPrizio set up Tom Gagnon at the 3:38 mark to give St Joes a 2-0 lead….Gagnon would return the favor and set up Quattrucci would tipped home a nice pass and under 6 minute in it was 3-0 St Joes….The Eyes would come storming back with 3 goals in 4 minutes of their own: Chad Sirois would bang home a rebound of a Stanley Sampson shot, Scott Vogel would take a nice break-out pass from Anthony Menario and beat Dan Laskey on a break-away to make it 3-2 and then Vogel would tally again while shorthanded and again on a break-away and the score was tied at 3…Just over 2 minutes later, Dahams would roof a shot shot side to give St Joes a 4-3 lead after 1…

    Dahams would tally a shothaned goal of his own on a break-away to make it 5-3 at the 4:12 mark of the 2nd and 3 minutes later DiPrizio would again score shorthaned and on a break-away to make it 6-3 St Joes…Menario would make a nice keep at the point and rocket a shot past Laskey to make it 6-4 cut into the lead…6-4 St Joes after 2…

    Dahams and Quattrucci would complete their hat-tricks to extend the lead to 4 goals and it looked like it was over…The Eyes and Andrew Portwine had other ideas as Portwine took over the game for a two minute stretch going end to end twice and cutting the lead in half…But St Joes would tighten up and come away with an 8-6 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 8 Eyes on Rosemont 6

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 3 ( #10 Kyle Bennett, #5 Tom Gagnon) @ :57

    2-0 STJ #5 Tom Gagnon 2 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio) @ 3:38

    3-0 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 4 ( #5 Tom Gagnon ) @ 5:20

    3-1 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 5 ( #5 Stanley Sampson , #0 Nate Dionne) @ 5:53

    3-2 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 1 ( #0 Anthony Menario, #24 Kevin Boyce) @ 8:45 sh

    3-3 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 2 (Unassisted) @ 9:43 sh

    4-3 STJ #62 Alex Dahms 1 ( #9 Chris Sacoco) @ 11:56

    Penalties

    EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 2 Slash @ 8:02

    EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 2 Trip @ 13:42

    2nd Period

    Goals

    5-3 STJ #62 Alex Dahms 2 (Unassisted) @ 4:12 sh

    6-3 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 2 (Unassisted) @ 7:09 sh

    6-4 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 1 (Unassisted) @ 9:02

    Penalties

    EYE #0 Nate Dionne 2 Rough @ 3:03

    STJ #26 Nick Schnette 2 Trip @ 3:03

    STJ #26 Nick Schnette 4 Rough @ 3:03

    STJ #26 Nick Schnette 10 Game Misconduct @ 3:03

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-4 STJ #62 Alex Dahms 3 (Unassisted) @ 2:26

    8-4 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 5 (Unassisted) @ 4:37

    8-5 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 4 ( #33 Greg Meehan) @ 8:55

    8-6 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 5 (Unassisted) @ 11:28

    Penalties

    EYE #1 Ryan Daly 2 Trip @ :34

    Goalies:

    St Joes Dan Laskey (29 shots, 23 saves): Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 26 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    St Joes 2-1 4 points: Eyes On Rosemont 2-2 4 points

  277. Troy Anctil had 3 goals and an assist and Zach Johnson had a goals and dished off 2 assist to help Carter’s (2-2) hand Sebago Brew (3-1) it’s first defeat of the season 4-2 last night…

    Anctil struck 3:51 into the game picking up a loose puck a firing a shot five hold on Julian Kaelin to give Carter’s a 1-0 lead after 1…

    Just 21 seconds into the 2nd, Sebago would knot the score at 1 when Chip Brewer tipped home a pass from Dwight Doucette…At the 6:01 mark (right after Sebago’s Tom Forgues ripped one of the post) in transition ,Johnson would spring Anctil on a break-away and Anctil would slip one past the poke-check of Kaelin to give Carter the lead after 2: 2-1…

    Anctil would complete the hat-trick with 1:54 left in the game tipping home a nice feed from Johnson and seemingly putting the game away…Sebago wouldn’t go away quietly though as just 21 seconds later, Scott Fitser would bang home a rebound of a Brewer shot to cut the lead down to one goal again…Johnson would ice the game with an empty net goal keyed by an Anctil defensive face-off zone win…Final 4-2…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 4 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 3 (Unassisted) @ 3:51

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SB #7 Chip Brewer 3 ( #11 Dwight Doucette, #3 Scott Fitser) @ :21

    2-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 4 ( #24 Zach Johnson , #19 Cam Spring) @ 6:01

    Penalties

    SB #19 Tom Forgues 2 Hook @ 3:11

    CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 2 Hook @ 7:27

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 5 ( #24 Zach Johnson ) @ 12:06

    3-2 SB #3 Scott Fitser 4 ( #7 Chip Brewer, #20 Lars Sjulander ) @ 12:27

    4-2 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 6 ( #17 John Spring, #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 13:45 en

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Carter’s #72 ( 19 shots, 17 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 21 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 2-2 4 points: Sebago Brew 3-1 6 points

  278. On the night when the lights when out at USM Kevin Boyce had 4 goals leading Eyes on Rosemont (3-2) to a 8-0 victory over PFD (0-4)…The Atlantic/St Joes game has been postponed to a later date…

    Sheldon Gregoire made a beautiful tip of a Chad Sirois pass to give the Eyes a 1-0 lead 4:54 in…Boyce would strike at the 6:41 mark, finding the back of the net off a feed from Greg Meehan to make it 2-0…Sirois would strike again taking a pass from Andrew Portwine and firing a shot past netminder Kai Becksvoort to make it 3-0 at the 7:11 mark…Portwine would cut in from the point take a feed from Stanley Sampson and bury a shot into the back of the net: 4-0 Eyes after 1….

    Just :54 seconds into the 2nd Boyce would take a feed from Portwine and fire one home glove side to make it 5-0…50 second later Boyce would complete his hat-trick with and unassisted tally making it 6-0…Greg Meehan would take a pass From S Sampson and break in alone on Becksvoort and slip a backander to make it 7-0 and at the 10:40 mark, Boyce would find the back of the net off a feed from Bill Sampson…Off the ensuing face-off John Brennan got a break-away for PFD but the lights would go out!!!! Fianl 8-0 Eyes…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes On Rosemont 8 PFD 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 6 (Unassisted) @ 4:54

    2-0 EYE #24 Kevin Boyce 1 ( #33 Greg Meehan, #69 Scott Vogel) @ 6:41

    3-0 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 7 ( #77 Andrew Portwine) @ 7:11

    4-0 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 6 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #3 Chad Sirois) @ 10:05

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    5-0 EYE #24 Kevin Boyce 2 ( #77 Andrew Portwine, #69 Scott Vogel) @ :54

    6-0 EYE #24 Kevin Boyce 3 (Unassisted) @ 1:43

    7-0 EYE #33 Greg Meehan 3 ( #5 Stanley Sampson) @ 5:20

    8-0 EYE #24 Kevin Boyce 4 ( #666 Bill Sampson, #33 Greg Meehan ) @ 10:40

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 7 shots, 7 saves): P.Fire Dept Kai Becksvoort (32 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes On Rosemont 3-2 6 points: PFD 0-4

  279. Troy Anctil had 2 goals and an assist and Mike Rullo kicked aside 27 of the 29 shots sent in his direction to help Carter’s (3-2) win it’s 3 straight game 3-2 over Homestead (1-3-1)….

    Rullo and Mike Payne dominated the first period keeping the shooters at bay…

    With just 1:47 left in the 2nd Anctil found the back of the net backhanding a Bill Kennedy pass into the back of the net…1-0 Carter’s after 2…

    2:17 in the 3rd Kevin Colangelo would knot the game at one firing a pass from Scott Libby over Rullo’s glove…Just 37 seconds later Anctil would take a feed from Zach Johnson and fire a shot past Payne to give carter’s back it’s one goal lead…While shorthanded Cam Spring would extend the lead to two goals making a nice end to end rush and beating Payne with a short side shot…With 1:39 left, Jeff Sampson would bang home a pass from Colangelo to pull Homestead to within one…That’s how the game would end though as Rullo made a couple of nice saves in the last minute: 3-2 Carter’s final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 3 Homestead 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    CAR #15 Tim Polowski 2 Hook @ 9:37

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 6 ( #9 Bill Kennedy, #19 Cam Spring ) @ 12:13

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-1 HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 3 ( #11 Scott Libby) @ 2:17

    2-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 7 ( #24 Zach Johnson ) @ 2:54

    3-1 CAR #19 Cam Spring 2 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 7:59 sh

    3-2 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 4 ( #25 Kevin Colangelo , #11 Scott Libby) @ 12:21

    Penalties

    HOME #1 Matt Martelle 2 Elbow @ :40

    CAR #16 Troy Anctil 2 Hook @ 4:06

    CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 2 Hook @ 4:45

    CAR #24 Zach Johnson 2 Hook @ 7:21

    HOME #8 Dave Madsen 2 Hook @ 9:12

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 29 shots, 27 saves): Homestead Mike Payne ( 21 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 3-2 6 points: Homestead 1-3-1 3 points

  280. Chris Marston had 2 goals and dished off 2 assist and Jim Cabral kicked aside 22 out of the 24 shots he faced in leading the Ice Lords (3-2) in a 5-2 victory over the Tradesman (2-2) last night….

    Both Cabral and Donny Gearan would put up walls in the first period kicking aside shot after shot and not letting anything hit the back of the net 0-0 after 1…

    Brandon Martin would open the scoring 4:43 into the 2nd, one timing a pass from Marston past Gearan to give the Ice Lords a 1-0 lead…Marston would go end to end on the power play and slip a shot past gearan to give the Lords a 2-0 lead…Ryan Neault would pick up a loose puck and in his words ‘do the triple deak” to cut the lead in half before the end of the 2nd…2-1 Ice Lords after 2…

    Loren Blair would knot the game at 2 for the Tradesman at the 6:09 mark, going end to end and slipping a backhand shot past Cabral….1:01 later, Marston would give the Ice Lords their one goal lead back with the goal of the night walking past the D man a slipping a shot past Gearan….Zach Johnson would put the game away for the Ice Lords with two late goals, the first off a feed from Marston and the 2nd off a feed from Dennis Patenaude to account for the 5-2 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 5 Tradesman 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 5 ( #21 Chris Marston, #12 Dennis Patenaude) @ 4:43

    2-0 ICE #21 Chris Marston 5 (Unassisted) @ 11:01 pp

    2-1 TRA # 15 Ryan Neault 3 (Unassisted) @ 12:04

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Slash @ 7:54

    TRA #3 Chris Fullarton 2 Slash @ 7:54

    TRA #11 Pete Toohey 2 Hold @ 9:01

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 TRA #16 Loren Blair 5 (Unassisted) @ 6:09

    3-2 ICE #21 Chris Marston 6 (Unassisted) @ 7:10

    4-2 ICE #3 Zach Johnson 1 ( #21 Chris Marston) @ 10:42

    5-2 ICE #3 Zach Johnson 2 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude, #10 Brandon Martin) @ 12:12

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 24 shots, 22 saves): Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 20 shots, 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 3-2 6 points: Tradesman 2-2 4 points

  281. Paul Miller had a goal and 2 assist to help propel HVAC (3-1) to a 5-3 come from behind over the Outrage (3-1-1) in action last night…

    The lone marker in the first period came off the stick of the Outrage’s Travis Dunn as took a pass from Josiah Morse and beat Josh Larrabee on a wrap-around….

    Morse would bang home a rebound of a David May point shot 1:55 into the 2nd period the extend the Outrage’s lead to two goals…At the 6:30 mark, Andrew Sneider would walk past the D man a fire a shot over Larrabee glove to give the Outrage a seemingly insurmountable 3 goals lead…But HVAC would show why the are the defending winter champs,as they stormed back: at the 9:11 mark, Dave Massaro would one time a pass from Justin Rice that would beat netminder Ben Richards low glove side…2:40 later, Rob Cambell would take a pass from Miller a slide a shot past Richards to cut the lead to one goal…With less than one minute left, Cambell would take a feed from Dave Wilkinson a fire a shot past Richards a it was a new game 3-3 after 2…

    Both Richards and Larrabee would keep the score that way intil the 10:39 mark, when Miller took a feed from Wilkinson and one timed a shot past Richards to give HVAC a 4-3 lead… Rice would seal the game with an empty net goal in the last minute to give HVAC the 5-3 victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 5 Outrage 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 3 ( #19 Josiah Morse, #44 Dave May) @ 12:34

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 OUT #19 Josiah Morse 1 ( #44 Dave May, #18 Gordon Clark) @ 1:55

    3-0 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 5 (Unassisted) @ 6:30

    3-1 HVAC #4 Dave Massaro 1 ( #7 Justin Rice) @ 9:11

    3-2 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 2 ( #8 Paul Miller) @ 11:51

    3-3 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 3 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson, #8 Paul Miller) @ 13:26

    Penalties

    OUT #4 Brian April 2 Rough @ 13:26

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 4 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson, # 10 Scott Fletcher) @ 10:39

    5-3 HVAC #7 Justin Rice 1 (Unassisted) en

    Penalties

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Rough @ :51

    HVAC #8 Paul Miller 2 Cross-Check @ 2:07

    Goalies:

    HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 26 shots, 23 saves): Outrage Ben Richards ( 31 shots, 27 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 3-1 6 points: Outrage 3-1-1 7 points

  282. Noah Miner had three goals to lead the Tradesman (3-2) to a 5-2 victory over the Eyes on Rosemont (3-3) on Thursday night….

    Joe Foster would keep the Eyes in the game stopping the first ten shots and at the 11:58 mark, the Eyes would score on their first shot when Kevin Boyce took a drop pass from Scott Vogel and fired a shot over Donny Gearan glove….With 33 second left in the first the Tradesman were finally able to break though when Miner took a feed from Luke Mills and blasted a shot past Foster…1-1 after 1….

    Miner would be the only player to find the back of the net in the 2nd, redirecting a pass from Ron Smith at the 4:11 mark…2-1 Tradesman after 2…

    :56 seconds into the 3rd, Loren Blair would pick up a loose puck a fire a shot past Foster to give the Tradesman a 3-1 lead…Ryan Neault would tip home a beautiful cross crease pass from Mills to make it 4-1…Andrew Portwine would take a feed from Boyce and fire a shot that found the back of the net on the power play to make it 4-2 but Miner would complete his hat-trick taking a pass from Randy Corbett and sliding a shot into the empty net….5-2 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 5 Eyes on Rosemont 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #24 Kevin Boyce 5 ( #69 Scott Vogel, #77 Andrew Portwine ) @ 11:58

    1-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 6 ( #7 Luke Mills) @ 13:27

    Penalties

    EYE #1 Ryan Daly 2 Hold @ 6:05

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 7 ( #66 Ron Smith ) @ 4:11

    Penalties

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Body-Check @ 9:46

    TRA #4 Roland Duqette 2 Interference @ 11:10

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 TRA #16 Loren Blair 6 (Unassisted) @ :56

    4-1 TRA # 15 Ryan Neault 4 ( #7 Luke Mills) @ 9:07

    4-2 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 7 ( #24 Kevin Boyce , #69 Scott Vogel) @ 12:31 pp

    5-2 TRA #24 Noah Miner 8 ( #8 Randy Corbett) @ 13:41 sh/en

    Penalties

    TRA #66 Ron Smith 2 Trip @ 4:24

    TRA #21 Mark Kemper 2 Goalie-Interference @ 11:38

    TRA #16 Loren Blair 2 Trip @ 13:21

    Goalies:

    Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 11 shots, 9 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 30 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 3-2 6 points: Eyes On Rosemont 3-3 6 points

  283. Atlantic (2-3) would score 3 goals in the 3rd period to pull away from Sebago Brew (3-2) in action on Thursday night….

    Chip Brewer would break the ice first taking a feed from Arty Mclean a slip a backhander past Joe Parker at the 8:36 mark….With 1:17 left in the first Josh would take a feed from #28 a rip a shot past Julian Laelin to know the score at one…But Sebago Brew would respond with just 33 seconds left in the 1st when Jay Lachance would one time a nice feed form Brewer….2-1 Sebago Brew After 1…

    The 2nd period looked like it would be scoreless but Robyn Smith would slip a pass up to Sean McGoldrick who would fire a shot past Kaelin to knot the score at 2 after 2….

    Josh would tip home a nice feed from Mark Embury at the 3:12 mark of the 3rd to put Atlantic up for good….#0 would find the back on the net off a nice on a nice pass from McGoldrick…The #0 would find the back of the net to account for the 5-2 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 5 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #7 Chip Brewer 4 ( #1 Arty Mclean) @ 8:36

    1-1 ATL #11 Josh 3 ( #28) @ 12:43

    2-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 2 ( #7 Chip Brewer ) @ 13:27

    Penalties

    SB #20 Lars Sjulander 2 Hook @ 3:38

    ATL #0 Jake Hall 2 Rough @ 9:45

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 4 ( #22 Robyn Smith ) @ 12:55

    Penalties

    ATL #0 2 Body-Check @ 3:05

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 ATL #11 Josh 4 ( #17 Mark Embury, #22 Robyn Smith) @ 3:12

    4-2 ATL #0 1 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick) @ 10:40 pp

    5-2 ATL #0 2 (Unassisted) @ 12:36

    Penalties

    ATL #0 Jake Hall 4 Rough @ 8:00

    SB #7 Chip Brewer 2 Rough @ 8:00

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Trip @ 9:16

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Cross-Check @ 9:16

    Goalies:

    Atlantic Joe Parker ( 12 shots, 10 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 27 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 2-3 4 points: Sebago Brew 3-2 6 points

  284. Mike Dandy had 5 goals and 3 assist and Brandon Martin had 3 goals and 2 assist to help lead the Ice Lords (4-2) over P.Fire Dept (0-5) on Sunday night…John Brennan had 3 goals for PFD in a losing effort….

    Martin would open the scoring 5:21 into the game finding the back of the net off a feed from Dandy to break the ice for the Lords…PFD would come back just over one minute later when John Brennan whent end to end and fired a shot past Cabral to knot the game at 1….Eric Weeks would tally twice in a minute span later in the first to give PFD a 3-1 lead after one: both goals came of nice assists from Scott Krum….

    The Ice Lords would dominate the 2nd period, at the 4:30 mark, Alex Madruga would roof a cross crease pass from Dandy over Kai Becksvoort glove to cut the lead in half…The Dandy took over knotting the game on a break-away at the 8:02 mark, ripping a shot past Becksvoort off a feed from Matt Brooks and then with time winding down in the 2nd one timing a pass from Martin…5-3 Lords after 2…

    Dandy would add his 4th 2:21 into the 2nd again finding the net on a break-away to make it 6-3…Martin would add his 2nd off a nice break-out pass from Dan Ouellette 7-3….Dandy would add his 5th of the game again on a break-away to make it 8-3 and then Brooks would find the back of the net off a feed from Ouellette to make it 9-3…PFD still had a little fight left as John Brennan would tally twice in the final 3 minutes with a goal by B Martin sandwiched in between to account for the 10-5 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 10 PFD 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 6 ( #4 Mike Dandy) @ 5:21

    1-1 PFD #16 John Brennan 3 (Unassisted) @ 6:29

    2-1 PFD #25 Eric Weeks 1 ( #13 Scott Krum, #22 Chris Picane) @ 9:46

    3-1 PFD #25 Eric Weeks 2 ( #13 Scott Krum) @ 10:55

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 ICE #47 Alex Madruga 1 ( #4 Mike Dandy, #7 Dan Ouelette) @ 4:30

    3-3 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 4 (Unassisted) @ 8:02

    4-3 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 5 ( #17 Matt Brooks , #10 Brandon Martin) @ 13:06

    5-3 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 6 ( #10 Brandon Martin) @ 13:39

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-3 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 7 (Unassisted) @ 2:21

    7-3 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 7 ( #7 Dan Ouelette) @ 6:01

    8-3 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 8 (Unassisted) @ 9:39

    9-3 ICE #17 Matt Brooks 2 ( #7 Dan Ouelette, #43 Jim Cabral) @ 10:29

    9-4 PFD #16 John Brennan 4 (Unassisted) @ 11:00

    10-4 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 8 ( #4 Mike Dandy ) @ 12:26

    10-5 PFD #16 John Brennan 5 (Unassisted) @ 13:27

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 21 shots, 16 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 34 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 4-2 8 points: PFD 0-5 0 points

  285. Chris Sacoco had 2 goals and an assist to help lead St Joes (3-1) to a hard fought 4-2 come from behind victory over the Outrage (3-2-1) on Sunday night….

    The Outrage would jump out early on St Joes scoring twice in the first period: Travis Dunn would find the back of the net @ the 8:08 mark, off a nice pass from Gordon Clark…Just over two minutes later, Andrew Sneider would take a feed from Dan Charette and fire a shot past Donny Gearan to give the Outrage a 2-0 lead after 1…

    The 2nd Period would belong to St Joes, at the 1:30 mark, Sacoco would rip home a cross ice past from TJ Garske to cut the lead in half and then while shorthanded would pick up a loose puck a beat Ben Richards to know the score @ 2…Kyle Bennett would blast home a point shot on the power play off a feed from Sacoco to give St Joes a 3-2 lead heading into the 3rd…

    Both goalies were outstanding in the 3rd, kicking aside shot after shot up until the 8:04 mark, when Tom Gagnon would tip home a beautiful three way passing play from Chris Quattrucci and Alex Dahms to seal the victory for St Joes 4-2 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 4 Outrage 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 4 ( #18 Gordon Clark, #17 John Dubois) @ 8:08

    2-0 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 6 ( #15 Dan Charette , #34 Mike Fellows ) @ 10:20

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 STJ #9 Chris Sacoco 1 ( #4 TJ Garske) @ 1:19

    2-2 STJ #9 Chris Sacoco 2 (Unassisted) @ 5:06 sh

    3-2 STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 2 ( #9 Chris Sacoco, #4 TJ Garske) @ 10:07 pp

    Penalties

    STJ #0 Bench To many men @ 4:37

    OUT #34 Mike Fellows 2 Trip @ 8:53

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 STJ #5 Tom Gagnon 3 ( #8 Chris Quattrucci, #62 Alex Dahms) @ 8:04

    Penalties

    STJ #26 Nick Schnette 2 Cross-Check @ 5:17

    Goalies:

    St Joes Donny Gearan ( 25 shots, 23 saves): Outrage Ben Richards ( 36 shots, 32 saves)

    Team Records

    St Joes 3-1 6 points: Outrage 3-2-1 7 points

  286. Ben Daigle, Kevin Colangelo and Rob Pearson each found the back of the net twice for Homestead (2-3-1) in a 6-3 victory over the Eyes on Rosemont (3-4) in action last night…

    The Eyes would tally first 6:38 into the game when Nate Dionne took a drop pass from Chad Sirois and fired a shot past the outstretched pad of netminder Mike Payne….Daigle would respond for Homestead scoring twice in a 57 second sapn to give Homestead a 2-1 lead after 1: the first was off a nice tip of a Colangelo shot the 2nd he buried a pass from Andy Souza…

    14 seconds into the the 2nd Colangelo would take the face-off win by Andy Souza and fire a rocket past netminder Joe Foster to make it 3-1….Nick Avery would cut the lad back to one with 1:54 left in the 2nd, finding the back of the net off a pass from Scott Vogel….3-2 Homestead after 2….

    Homestead would put the game away scoring twice in a 26 second span 3 minutes into the 3rd…Rob Pearson would bang home a shot by Andy McPartland and then Colangelo would one time a pass from Daigle and in an instant it was 5-2…Pearson would add his 2nd off a feed from Jeff Sampson to make it 6-2 before Vogel would take a feed from Stanley Sampson and score on a wrap-around to account for the 6-3 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Homestead 6 Eyes on Rosemont 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #0 Nate Dionne 1 ( #3 Chad Sirois, #5 Stanley Sampson) @ 6:38

    1-1 HOME #15 Ben Daigle 3 ( #25 Kevin Colangelo) @ 10:37

    2-1 HOME #15 Ben Daigle 4 ( #10 Andy Souza, #25 Kevin Colangelo) @ 11:34

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 4 ( #10 Andy Souza) @ :14

    3-2 EYE #0 Nick Avery 1 ( #69 Scott Vogel ) @ 12:06

    Penalties

    EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 2 Trip @ 9:55

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 HOME #7 Rob Pearson 1 ( #5 Andy McPartland, #15 Ben Daigle ) @ 3:25

    5-2 HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 5 (#15 Ben Daigle, # 12 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 3:51

    6-2 HOME #7 Rob Pearson 2 ( #6 Jeff Sampson , #5 Andy McPartland ) @ 10:02

    6-3 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 3 ( #5 Stanley Sampson, #0 Anthony Menario) @ 13:06

    Penalties

    EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 2 Trip @ 1:04

    HOME #8 Dave Madsen 2 Trip @ 6:24

    EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 2 Hold @ 7:42

    Goalies:

    Homestead Mike Payne ( 23 shots, 20 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 29 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    Homestead 2-3-1 5 points: Eyes on Rosemont 3-4 6 points

  287. Dave Wilkinson had 3 goals and dished off 2 assist and Justin Rice had a goal and 3 assist to help lead HVAC(4-1) to a 7-2 victory over Atlantic (2-4) in a rematch of last Winter Championship game…Sean McGoldrick had a goal and an assist in a losing effort…

    Rice would open the scoring 3:56 in ripping home a pass from Wilkinson..Wilkinson would make a beautiful tip of a point shot from Rice to make it 2-0 HVAC….The with just 36 seconds left in the period, Wilkinson would one- time home a pass from Chris Plummer to give HVAC a 3-0 lead after 1…

    It looked like the rematch was going to be one sided but 9:53 into the 2nd McGoldrick would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot past Shawn Cohen to make it a 3-1 game…With just over 1:30 left in the 2nd, Jim Duest would bang home a rebound of an Adam Bear shot to restore HVAC 3 goal lead: 4-1 after 2…

    Atlantic would pull within two 1:14 into the 3rd when Josh Choiniere would one time a beautiful pass from MCGoldrick…Just over a minute later, Wilkinson would walk pass the D man a slip a shot under Joe Parker to make it a 5-2 game…Plummer would tally twice to round out the scoring: banging home a rebound of a Rice point shot and then taking a feed from Scott Fletcher and finding the back of the net: Final 7-2 HVAC….

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 7 Atlantic 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson) @ 3:56

    2-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 1 ( #7 Justin Rice) @ 7:43

    3-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 2 ( #3 Chris Plummer, #7 Justin Rice) @ 13:24

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ATL #0 Sean McGoldrick 5 (Unassisted) @ 9:53

    4-1 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 4 ( #12 Adam Bear) @ 12:25

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 5 ( #0 Sean McGoldrick) @ 1:14

    5-2 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 3 (Unassisted) @ 2:42

    6-2 HVAC #3 Chris Plummer 2 ( #7 Justin Rice) @ 6:09

    7-2 HVAC #3 Chris Plummer 3 ( # 10 Scott Fletcher, #13 Dave Wilkinson ) @ 9:08

    Penalties

    HVAC #12 Adam Bear 2 High-Stick @ 9:37

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Rough @ 13:27

    Goalies:

    HVAC Shawn Cohen (18 shots, 16 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 30 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 4-1 8 points: Atlantic 2-4 4 points

  288. Julian Kaelin kicked aside 29 out of 30 shots and Kevin Hopkins tallied a goal and dished off an assist to lead Sebago Brew (4-2) to a 3-1 victory over the Tradesman (3-3)…

    Hopkins struck first for Sebago off a face-off win by Nat Germond and Hopkins fired a shot top self over the Glove of Donny Gearan….4 minutes later, Tom Forgues one times a nice give and go feed from Brian Johnson to give Sebago Brew a 2-0 lead after 1…

    Jay Lachance would extend the lead to 3 goals at the 9:35 mark, one timing a nice cross ice feed from Johnson to make it 3-0 Sebago Brew after 2…

    The 3rd period belonged to the Tradesman but Kaelin was unbelievable in net stopping great shot after shot until the 9:13 mark when Chris Neault banged home a rebound off a Mark Van Zandt shot on the power play into the lead….Kaelin would put the wall back up and lead Sebago to a 3-1 victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 3 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 1 ( #19 Tom Forgues) @ 6:33

    2-0 SB #19 Tom Forgues 1 ( #8 Brian Johnson, #12 Kevin Hopkins) 10:14

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 3 ( #8 Brian Johnson, #11 Dwight Doucette) @ 9:35

    Penalties

    SB #19 Tom Forgues 2 Hook @ 10:22

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 TRA #12 Chris Neault 2 ( #77 Mark Van Zandt, #11 Pete Toohey ) @ 9:13 pp

    Penalties

    SB #22 Gene St Cyr 2 Hold @ 1:09

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 Hold @ 3:47

    SB #11 Dwight Doucette 2 Hold @ 8:49

    TRA #24 Noah Miner 2 High-Stick @ 9:18

    TRA #3 Chris Fullarton 2 Rough @ 13:08

    Goalies:

    Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 30 shots, 29 saves): Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 20 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 4-2 8 points: Tradesman 3-3 6 points

  289. ST Joes(4-1) scored at late touchdown to garner a 14-7 victory over PFD (0-6)….In all seriousness St Joes scored 8 unanswered goals in the 3rd to come from behind and beat PFD 14-7 on Thursday night….

    The Monks would scored the first two goals of the game: Jake DiPrizio at the 3:40 mark, and TJ Garske at the 4:39 mark….PFD would storm back with John Brennan scoring two of his 4 goals in the game to knot the score at 2…Before the first period would end each team would tally one more time: the Monks goal came of the stick of Nick Schnette: PFD goal was tallied by Matt Hoyt…3-3 After 1…

    Kyle Bennett would score of a feed from Alex Dahams 1:20 into the 2nd to make it 4-3 ST Joes before TIm Bryant tied it up for PFD a minute later…Schnette would make it 5-4 ST Joes but Brennan would knot the score up at 5 before DiPrizio tallied with just 6 seconds left in the 2nd to make it 6-5 St Joes after 2….

    Bryant and Brennan would tally for PFD early in the 3rd to give PFGD a brief 7-6 lead….Bennett would tie the game up off a feed from Colin Finn and the flood gates opened for St Joes: Garske, Gagnon (3) Bennett and Schnette would tally for St Joes in a furious come back for the 14-7 win…

    Box Score

    Score

    ST Joes 14 PFD 7

    1st Period

    1-0 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 3 ( #5 Tom Gagnon, #4 TJ Garske) @ 3:40

    2-0 STJ #4 TJ Garske 2 (Unassisted) @ 4:39

    2-1 PFD #16 John Brennan 6 ( #27 Matt Hoyt) @ 7:02

    2-2 PFD #16 John Brennan 7 ( #27 Matt Hoyt) @ 10:07

    3-2 STJ #26 Nick Schnette 1 ( #5 Tom Gagnon, #3 Andy Kaherl ) @ 12:34

    3-3 PFD #27 Matt Hoyt 1 (Unassisted) @ 13:30

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-3 STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 3 (#62 Alex Dahms) @ 1:20

    4-4 PFD #10 Tim Bryant 1 ( #26 John Cushing) @ 2:47

    5-4 STJ #26 Nick Schnette 2 ( #3 Andy Kaherl, #10 Kyle Bennett) @ 5:19

    5-5 PFD #16 John Brennan 8 ( #10 Tim Bryant, #26 John Cushing) @ 12:36 pp

    6-5 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 4 ( Unassisted) @ 13:54

    Penalties

    STJ Bench 2 To Many Men @ 9:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-6 PFD #10 Tim Bryant 2 (Unassisted) @ :07

    7-6 PFD #16 John Brennan 9 ( #10 Tim Bryant) @ 4:29

    7-7 STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 4 ( #19 Colin Finn) @ 7:06

    8-7 STJ #4 TJ Garske 3 ( #19 Colin Finn) @ 8:38

    9-7 STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 5 (Unassisted) @ 9:12

    10-7 STJ #5 Tom Gagnon 4 ( #19 Colin Finn, #27 Jake DiPrizio ) @ 10:09

    11-7 STJ #5 Tom Gagnon 5 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio) @ 10:29

    12-7 STJ #5 Tom Gagnon 6 ( #19 Colin Finn) @ 11:01

    13-7 STJ #26 Nick Schnette 3 ( #10 Kyle Bennett, #4 TJ Garske) @ 11:25

    14-7 STJ #4 TJ Garske 3 ( Unassisted) @ 13:25

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    St Joes Donny Gearan ( 26 shots, 19 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 43 shots, 29 shots)

    Team Records

    St Joes 4-1 8 points: PFD 0-6 0 points

  290. Pete Mirehouse scored in the 7th round of a shootout lifting Carter’s (4-2) to a 6-5 victory in a back and forth game with the Ice Lords (4-2-1) on Thursday night…

    Carter’s would strike first at the 4:32 mark of the 1st period, when Ken Anctil took and feed from Troy Anctil and buried a shot into the back of the net…Just over two minutes later, Zach Johnson blasted a shot off a face-off win by Mirehouse over Cabral’s glove and into the net…2-0 Carter’s after 1…

    Mirehouse would tally the only goal in the 2nd period, tipping home a feed from Johnson under Cabral…3-0 Carter’s after 2…

    Chris Marston would finally get the Ice Lords on the board at the 4:01 mark, breaking in a 2 on 1 a ripping a shot over Mike Rullo’s glove…Johnson would restore the 3 goal lead for Carter’s 1:30 later, scoring a break-away…Game over right: not quite: the Ice Lords would keep chipping away and would cut the lead to two, when Alex Madruga tipped home a point shot from Chris Roy a the 8:30 mark…At the 9:53 mark, Matt Brooks would cut the lead to one, ripping home a shot over Rullo’s glove…53 seconds later, Madruga would again tip home a point shot, this time from Dan Ouellette and it was a tie game….Roy would give the Ice Lords a one goal lead, ripping a point shot past a screened Rullo….Game over again right: Nope Carter’s would come back this time and tie the game with just 37 seconds left when T. Anctil banged home a beautiful pass from K Ancil…

    Mirehouse would score with a nice shot blocker side after Rullo and Cabral dominated in the first 6 rounds of the shootout….

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 6 Ice Lords 5 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #7 Ken Anctil 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 4:32

    2-0 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 7 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 6:39

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 1 ( #24 Zach Johnson , #19 Cam Spring ) @ 3:31

    Penalties

    CAR #12 Zach Leo 2 Body-Check @ 10:34

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ICE #21 Chris Marston 7 ( #17 Matt Brooks, #10 Brandon Martin) @ 4:01

    4-1 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 8 (Unassisted) @ 5:33

    4-2 ICE #47 Alex Madruga 2 ( #9 Chris Roy , #21 Chris Marston) @ 8:30

    4-3 ICE #17 Matt Brooks 3 (Unassisted) @ 9:53

    4-4 ICE #47 Alex Madruga 3 ( #7 Dan Ouelette, #0 Taylor Bishop ) @ 10:46

    5-4 ICE #9 Chris Roy 1 ( #21 Chris Marston, #0 Taylor Bishop ) @ 11:32 pp

    5-5 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 8 ( #7 Ken Anctil) @ 13:23

    Penalties

    CAR #16 Troy Anctil 2 Interference @ 11:04

    SO GWG # 8 Pete Mirehouse

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 33 shots, 28 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 19 shots, 14 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 4-2 8 points: Ice Lords 4-2-1 9 points

  291. Jeremy Harmon and Travis Dunn each had a goal and 2 assist and Ben Richards kicked aside 20 out of 21 shots to lead the Outrage (4-2-1) to a 7-1 victory over the Tradesman (3-4)….

    Just over one minute into the game Harmon tipped home a nice cross ice pass from Mike Fellows to open the scoring…John Dubois would extend the lead to two goals on timing a pass from Dunn at the 8:11 mark to make it 2-0 Outrage after 1…

    42 seconds into the 2nd, the Tradesman would pull within a goal when Ryan Neault would bang home a rebound of a Chris Neault shot for his 5th of the year…It was the only goal in the 2nd: Outarge 2-1 after 2…

    Just 48 seconds into the 3rd Tim Pushard would extend the lead back to two goals finding the back of the net off a feed from Harmon….14 seconds later, Dunn would take a nice break-out pass from Dave May and rip a shot over Donny Gearan glove and it a blink of an eye it was 4-1…The Outrage would continue with the momentum, making it 5-1 at the 6:06 mark when Chris Tarazewich found the back of the net off a feed from Harmon…Josiah Morse would score off a pass from Brain April to make it 6-1 and Dubois would one time a pass from Dunn to account for the 7-1 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 7 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 3 ( #34 Mike Fellows ) @ 1:01

    2-0 OUT #17 John Dubois 2 ( #11 Travis Dunn, #19 Josiah Morse) @ 8:11

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 TRA # 15 Ryan Neault 5 ( #12 Chris Neault , #24 Noah Miner ) @ :42

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 OUT #6 Tim Pushard 1 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon) @ :48

    4-1 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 5 ( #44 Dave May ) @ 1:02

    5-1 OUT #12 Chris Tarazewich 1 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon) @ 6:06

    6-1 OUT #19 Josiah Morse 2 ( #4 Brian April, #12 Chris Tarazewich ) @ 8:42

    7-1 OUT #17 John Dubois 3 ( #11 Travis Dunn) @ 11:55

    Penalties

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 Hold @ 1:54

    Goalies:

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 21 shots, 20 saves): Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 31 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 4-2-1 9 points: Tradesman 3-4 7 points

  292. Chris Quattrucci had 4 goals and an assist and also scored in the shootout to lead St Joes (5-1) to a 9-8 shootout win over Homestead (2-3-2) in a defensive battle Sunday night….

    Scot Libby opened the scoring for Homestead of a pass from Andy Souza and after Quattrucci tied it at one, Homestead got goals from Jeff Sampson and Matt Martelle to lead 3-1 after 1…

    ST Joes dominated the 2nd period, scoring 4 unanswered goals: TJ Garske tied the game at 2….Quattrucci tallied twice in a 31 second span to make it 4-2 St Joes and Colin Finn added a goal with just over 2 minute left to make it 5-3 ST Joes after 2…

    Nick Schnette would tally 1:52 into the 3rd to make it a 6-2 lead for St Joes…Smapson would score off a feed from Libby to make it 6-3 but 16 seconds later Quattrucci would tally of a feed from Jake Dipizio to make it a 7-4 game…It looked like game over but Homestead kept picking away: at the 5:32 mark, Kevin Colanelgo would find the back of the net off a feed from Sampson: 7-5: Martelle would one time a pass from Libby to cut the lead to one and at the 10:17 mark, Colangelo would take a drop pass from Souza to knot the game at 7….Less than a minute later Schnette would give St Joes the lead back roofing a pass from Tom Gagnon but once again Homestead would come back this time Martelle would complete the hat-trick picking off a pass a firing a shot over the blocker of Donny Laskey with one minute left…

    Gagnon would score in the 3rd round of the shootout to give St Joes the extra point…

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 9 Homestead 8 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HOME #11 Scott Libby 1 ( #10 Andy Souza) @ 3:17

    1-1 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 6 ( #62 Alex Dahms) @ 8:18

    2-1 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 5 ( #11 Scott Libby , #5 Andy McPartland ) @ 9:39

    3-1 HOME #1 Matt Martelle 1 (Unassisted) @ 11:28

    Penalties

    STJ #4 TJ Garske 2 Slash @ 5:22

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 STJ #4 TJ Garske 5 ( #26 Nick Schnette) @ 3:18

    3-3 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 7 ( #5 Tom Gagnon ) @ 9:09

    4-3 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 8 (Unassisted) @ 9:40

    5-3 STJ #19 Colin Finn 1 ( #3 Andy Kaherl ) @ 11:39

    Penalties

    STJ #19 Colin Finn 2 Trip @ 5:27

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-3 STJ #26 Nick Schnette 4 ( #62 Alex Dahms) @ 1:52

    6-4 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 6 ( #11 Scott Libby) @ 4:35

    7-4 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 9 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio) @ 4:51

    7-5 HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 6 ( #6 Jeff Sampson ) @ 5:32

    7-6 HOME #1 Matt Martelle 2 ( #11 Scott Libby, #5 Andy McPartland ) @ 8:54

    7-7 HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 7 ( #10 Andy Souza, #6 Jeff Sampson) @ 10:17

    8-7 STJ #26 Nick Schnette 5 ( #5 Tom Gagnon , #8 Chris Quattrucci) @ 11:05

    8-8 HOME #1 Matt Martelle 3 (Unassisted) @ 13:00

    Penalties

    None

    SO GWG #5 Tom Gagnon

    Goalies:

    ST Joes Donny Laskey ( 32 shots, 24 saves): Homestead Mike Payne ( 29 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    ST Joes 5-1 10 points: Homestead 2-3-2 6 points

  293. Andrew Portwine had 2 goals and the shootout winner for Eyes on Rosemont (4-4) in a 6-5 shootout win over HVAC (4-1-1) last night…Dave Wilkinson had 3 goals for HVAC in the loss….

    4:48 into the game and on the power play, Wilkinson took a pass from Paul Miller and fired a shot that beat Joe Foster to give HVAC a 1-0 lead….Half-way though the first Scott Vogel would take a feed from Kevin Boyce a fire a shot by Chris Willey to knot the game a 1…1-1 after 1…

    Just 24 seconds into the 2nd, Boyce took a break-out pass from Ryan Daly and fired a shot that found the back of the net to give the Eyes a 2-1 lead….Rob Campbell and Dave Wilkinson would combine for two goal in under a minute halfway though the 2nd to give HVAC a 3-2 lead…The lead was short lived as Portwine would take a pass from Vogel and knot the score at 3 just over a minute later….At the 10:10 mark Portwine would strike again ripping a pass from Vogel into the back of the net to give the Eyes a 4-3 lead….Wilkinson would score on a nice end to end rush to tie the game up for HVAC in the last minute….4-4 After 2…

    Anthony Menario would give the Eyes a 5-4 lead 4:11 into the 3rd when his blue line shot slipped past a screened Willey….Campbell would tie the game at five, taking a pass from Dave Massaro a slipped a backhander past Foster…Foster and Willey would put up walls for the rest of the 3rd and forced the game into a shootout…

    Portwine was the only shooter to score in the shootout with a nice backhander and Foster stopped all 3 attempts in the Eyes the extra point….

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 6 HVAC 5 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 4 ( #8 Paul Miller) @ 4:48 pp

    1-1 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 4 ( #24 Kevin Boyce) @ 7:30

    Penalties

    EYE #69 Scott Vogel 2 High_Stick @ 4:17

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 EYE #24 Kevin Boyce 6 ( #1 Ryan Daly, #5 Stanley Sampson ) @ :24

    2-2 HVAC #11 Rob Cambell 4 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson) @ 6:41

    3-2 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 5 ( #11 Rob Campbell) @ 7:40

    3-3 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 8 ( #69 Scott Vogel , #24 Kevin Boyce ) @ 8:43

    4-3 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 9 ( #69 Scott Vogel ) 10:10

    4-4 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 6 (Unassisted) @ 13:13

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-4 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 2 (Unassisted) @ 4:11

    5-5 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 5 ( #4 Dave Massaro , # 10 Scott Fletcher) @ 7:22

    Penalties

    HVAC #2 Rob Mitchell 2 Trip @ 4:21

    SO GWG EYE #77 Andrew Portwine

    Goalies:

    Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 25 shots, 20 saves): HVAC Chris Willey ( 25 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes On Rosemont 4-4 8 points: HVAC 4-1-1 9 points

  294. Sean McGoldrick had 3 goals and 4 assist and Josh Choiniere had 3 goals and 2 assist to pace the attack for Atlantic (3-4) in a 12-4 victory over PFD (0-7) in action last night…Tim Bryant had a 2 goals and an assist in the losing effort…

    Jason Walker would open the scoring 2:25 into the first banging home a Rebound of a Mike Lombardi shot…Atlantic would make it 2-0 when Mark Embury found the back of the net off a pass from McGoldrick….At the 6:14 mark, Jamie Ward would tip home a nice cross ice pass from MCGoldrick to make it 3-0…8:13 in Choiniere would pick up a loose puck and find the back of the net and with under a minute left, McGoldrick would one time home a pass from Jake Hall to make it 5-0 Atlantic after 1…

    Rob Simpson would find the back of the net off a feed from Hall to make it 6-0 and Atlantic would expand the lead to 7 at the 5:13 mark of the 2nd when Travis Pelkey tipped home a pass from Lombardi…Bryant would get PFD on the board taking a feed from Ed Dexter and firing a shot past Joe Parker…Pelkey would strike again off a feed from McGoldrick to make it 8-1….Bryant would find the back of the net again, this time off a feed from John Cushing and Cushuing would strike for an unassisted tally in the last minute of the 2nd: 8-3 Atlantic after 2…

    Choiniere would add his 2nd of the game :23 seconds into the 3rd from McGoldrick and then at the 8:36 mark, McGoldrick pick up a loose puck and find the back of the net and it was 10-3…Choiniere and McGoldrick would add tally just over two minutes apart to make it 12-3 before Cushing would find the back of the net of a pass from Bryant to account for the 12-4 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 12 PFD 4

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #5 Jason Walker 1 ( #7 Mike Lombardi) @ 2:25

    2-0 ATL #17 Mark Embury 1 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick) @ 4:55

    3-0 ATL #0 Jamie Ward 2 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick, #17 Mark Embury) @ 6:14

    4-0 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 6 (Unassisted) @ 8:13

    5-0 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 6 ( #15 Jake Hall) @ 13:11

    Penalties

    ATL #3 Darren Lizotte 2 Cross-Check @ 10:30

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-0 ATL #8 Rob Simpson 1 ( #15 Jake Hall, #5 Jason Walker) @ 3:28

    7-0 ATL #28 Travis Pelkey 1 ( #7 Mike Lombardi) @ 5:13

    7-1 PFD #10 Tim Bryant 3 ( #15 Ed Dexter) @ 7:59

    8-1 ATL #28 Travis Pelkey 2 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick, #87 Josh Choiniere ) @ 9:19

    8-2 PFD #10 Tim Bryant 4 ( #26 John Cushing , #1 ) @ 11:25

    8-3 PFD #26 John Cushing 1 ( Unassisted) @ 13:06

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    9-3 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 7 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick) @ :23

    10-3 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 7 (Unassisted) @ 8:36

    11-3 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 8 ( #17 Mark Embury, #1 Tyler Dyment) @ 9:11

    12-3 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 8 (Unassisted) @ 11:39

    12-4 PFD #26 John Cushing 2 ( #10 Tim Bryant ) @ 13:56

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Atlantic Joe Parker ( 12 shots, 8 saves): PFD #1 ( 41 shots, 29 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 3-4 6 points: PFD 0-7 0 points

  295. Mike Dandy scored with 2:25 left and Jim Cabral kicked aside 12 out of 13 shots to lead the Ice lords (5-2-1) to a 3-1 win over Sebago Brew (4-3) in action last night…Scott Fitser ( the 2nd leading point scorer for Sebago Brew) was pressed into action in between the pipes and kicked aside 20 our of 22 shots in a outstanding effort…

    Cabral and Fitser would put the wall up in the first: stopping shot after shot…0-0 after 1…

    The lone tally in the 2nd came at the 9:09 mark, when Brandon Martin took a feed from Dennis Pateuaude and slide a shot under the sprawling Fitser for his 8th of the year….1-0 Lords after 1….

    Sebago would tie the game up 3:15 into the 3rd, when Bernard McCaffey took a nice break-out pass from Tom Forgues and fired a shot that beat Cabral…The winning goal came with 2:25 left, Mike Dandy picked up a loose puck came in on a break-away and fired a shot over Fitser’s glove for the GWG…Alex Madruga would seal the deal taking a pass from Dan Ouellette and sliding a shot into the empty net to accoun for the 3-1 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 3 Sebago Brew 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    SB #4 Jay Lachance 2 Rough @ 3:47

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 8 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude, #7 Dan Ouelette) @ 9:09

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-1 SB #0 Bernard McCaffery 2 ( #19 Tom Forgues) @ 3:15

    2-1 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 9 (Unassisted) @ 11:35

    3-1 ICE #47 Alex Madruga 4 ( #7 Dan Ouelette, #0 Taylor Bishop) @ 13:30 en

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 13 shots, 12 saves): Sebago Brew Scott Fitser ( 22 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 5-2-1 11 points: Sebago Brew 4-3 8 points

  296. Jay Lachance had 2 goals to help Sebago Brew (5-3) survive a furious late rally from Eyes on Rosemont (4-5) and hang on for a 5-4 victory….

    Lachance had the only marker in the first period as he took a pass from #0 and fired a shot that slipped past Joe Foster shot side…1-0 Sebago after 1…

    Lars Sjulander would score the goal on the night going end to end a firing a shot past Foster 6:54 into the 2nd to make it 2-0 Sebago….The Eyes would fight back, just under two minutes later, Chad Sirois tapped home a rebound of a shot from Anthony Menario to cut the lead in half, then 2 minutes later, Scott Vogel found the back of the net off a feed from Kevin Boyce to knot the game at 2…Lachance would strike again with just 24 seconds left in the period finding the back of the net off a feed from Bernard Mcaffery to give Sebago a 3-2 lead after 2…

    Sebago Brew would seemingly put the game away with 2 quick goals: 32 seconds into the 3rd Arty Mclean would pick up a loos puck and fire a shot past Foster to extend the lead to two goals and 3 minutes later Dwight Doucette would fire a shot top self to make it a 5-2 game…Stanley Sampson would one time a pass from Vogel to cut into the lead…Nick Avery would tap home a rebound of a Menario shot with just 20 seconds left and it was a 5-4 game…The Eyes had a goalden chance to knot the game up off the ensuing face-off but Scott Fitser made a game saving save to ensure the 5-4 victory for Sebago Brew….

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 5 Eyes on Rosemont 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 4 ( #0) @ 3:16

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 SB #20 Lars Sjulander 2 (Unassisted) @ 6:54

    2-1 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 8 ( #0 Anthony Menario, #0 Nick Avery ) @ 8:37

    2-2 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 5 ( #24 Kevin Boyce, #1 Ryan Daly ) @ 11:32

    3-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 5 ( #0 Bernard McCaffery) @ 13:36

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 SB #1 Arty Mclean 1 (Unassisted) @ :32

    5-2 SB #11 Dwight Doucette 1 ( #0 Bernard McCaffery,, #0) @ 3:49

    5-3 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 4 ( #69 Scott Vogel ) @ 6:31

    5-4 EYE #0 Nick Avery 2 ( #0 Anthony Menario, #3 Chad Sirois ) @ 13:40 sh

    Penalties

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Hold @ 4:45

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 Trip @ 11:59

    EYE #1 Ryan Daly 2 Hook @ 12:40

    Goalies:

    Sebago Brew Scott Fitser ( 24 shots, 20 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 24 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 5-3 10 points: Eyes on Rosemont 4-5 8 points

  297. Noah Miner and Loren Blair each had a goal and an assist and Donny Gearan kicked aside 22 out of 25 shot to help propel the Tradesman (4-4) to a 4-3 victory over HVAC (4-2-1)….Dave Wilkinson had 2 goals and an assist for HVAC in a losing effort….

    Blair would open the scoring 2:02 into the first taking a great break-out pass from netminder Gearan a firing a screen five hold into the back of the net…HVAC would tie the game up at the 10:11 mark, when Ron Campbell tipped home a pass from Wilkinson…1-1 after 1…

    Mark Kemper would give the Tradesman the one goal lead back just 1:52 into the 2nd, taking a pass from Randy Corbett and firing a backhander into the back of the net…. Miner would extend the lead to two goals while shorthanded taking a feed from Blair and firing a shot past Robbie to make it 3-1….Wilkinson would pick up a loos puck and fire a shot past Gearan to cut the lad in half at the 8:19 mark: 3-2 Tradesman after 2….

    5:40 into the 3rd Wilkinson would knot the game at the redirecting a pass from Campbell past Gearan….It looked like the game would be heading to a shootout but with just 1:09 left on the clock, Eric Brewer found the back of the net off a feed from Miner for the GWG…4-3 Tradesman Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 4 HVAC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #16 Loren Blair 7 ( #0 Donny Gearan) @ 2:02

    1-1 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 6 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson, #8 Paul Miller) @ 10:11

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 2 ( #8 Randy Corbett) @ 1:52

    3-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 9 ( #16 Loren Blair `) @ 4:44 sh

    3-2 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 7 (Unassisted) @ 8:19

    Penalties

    TRA #13 Eric Brewer 2 Interference @ 2:57

    HVAC #3 Chris Plummer 2 Hold @ 11:15

    TRA #7 Luke Mills 2 Hold @ 11:58

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 8 ( #11 Rob Campbell , #8 Paul Miller) @ 5:40

    4-3 TRA #13 Eric Brewer 1 ( #24 Noah Miner ) @ 12:51

    Penalties

    TRA #7 Luke Mills 2 Rough @ 3:05

    Goalies:

    Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 25 shots, 22 saves) : HVAC Robbie ( 25 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 4-4 8 points: HVAC 4-2-1 9 points

  298. Matt Martelle had 3 goals and an assist to lead Homestead (3-3-2) to a 9-0 victory over P Fire Dept (0-8) in action last night…

    Kevin Colangelo tallied the only goal in the first period one timing a feed from Dave Madson to ope the scoring…1-0 Homestead after 1….

    3:56 into the 2nd, Jeff Sampson buried a pass from Andy McPartland to extend the lead to two goals…At the 8:16 mark, Madsen tipped home a feed from Gabe Gumiond to make it a 3-0 game…Nick Porto would take a break-out pass from Rob Pearson and beat Kai Becksvoort on a break-away to give Homestead a 4-0 lead after 2 periods of play….

    :23 seconds into the 3rd, Martelle picked up a loose puck a fired a shot over Becksvoort glove to make it a 5-0 game….52 seconds later, Rich Tibbets tipped home a beautiful cross ice pass from Colangleo to make it a 6-0 game…At the 4:14 mark, Martelle would add his 2nd of the game on a break-away and it was a 7-0 game…Homestead would tally twice in a 42 second span later in the game: Porto scored and a break-away and then Martelle would find the back of the net off a feed from Scott Libby to account for the 9-0 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Homestead 9 PFD 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 8 ( #8 Dave Madsen) @ 2:13

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 7 ( #5 Andy McPartland ) @ 3:56

    3-0 HOME #8 Dave Madsen 1 ( # 12 Gabe Gumiond) @ 8:16

    4-0 HOME #18 Nick Porto 1 ( #7 Rob Pearson) @ 12:11

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-0 HOME #1 Matt Martelle 4 (Unassisted) @ :23

    6-0 HOME #9 Rich Tibbets 1 ( #25 Kevin Colangelo , #1 Matt Martelle ) @ 1:15

    7-0 HOME #1 Matt Martelle 5 (Unassisted) @ 4:14

    8-0 HOME #18 Nick Porto 2 (Unassisted) @ 10:30

    9-0 HOME #1 Matt Martelle 6 ( #11 Scott Libby ) @ 11:12

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Homestead Mike Payne ( 8 shots, 8 saves): PFD Kai Becksvorrt (43 shots, 34 saves)

    Team Records

    Homestead 3-3-2 8 points: PFD 0-8 0 points

  299. In an early battle for first place, the Outrage (5-2-1) would prevail in a 3-2 victory over the Ice Lords (5-3-1) thanks in large part to spectacular netminding by Ben Richards (27 saves on 29 shots)….

    The Outrage came out flying and garbbed a 1-0 lead 5:25 into the first when Jeremy Harmon grabbed a nice pass from Dave May and fired a shot over the glove of Cabral….Brain April would extend the lead to two goals just over 3 minutes later, picking up a loose puck a firing a shot that slipped past Cabral to give the Outrage a 2-0 lead….The Ice Lords would strike back before the period ended when Alex Benson fired a rebound of a Chris Marston top shelf over Richards glove…2-1 Outrage after 1…

    2:49 into the 2nd, Marston would pick of a clearing attempt and fire a point shot past Richards to knot the score up at 2….Cabral and Richards would put the walls up and kick aside shot after shot….

    The 3rd Period was intense well played with great goaltending and even some physical play with no penalties…6:13 into the period, Josiah Morse would play the puck back to the point man Chris Tarazewich who fired a screen shot that tipped of a D man glove and into the net to give the Outrage a 3-2 lead…Richards would make 3 of 4 nice saves to keep the lead and give Outrage the 3-2 victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 3 Ice Lords 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 4 ( #44 Dave May) @ 5:25

    2-0 OUT #4 Brian April 2 (Unassisted) @ 8:28

    2-1 ICE #0 Alex Benson 1 ( #21 Chris Marston, #47 Alex Madruga) @ 11:58

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 ICE #21 Chris Marston 8 (Unassisted) @ 2:49

    Penalties

    OUT #12 Chris Tarazewich 2 Hook @ 12:53

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 OUT #12 Chris Tarazewich 2 ( #19 Josiah Morse, #6 Tim Pushard) @ 6:13

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 29 shots, 27 saves): ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 23 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 5-2-1 11 points: Ice Lords 5-3-1 11 points

  300. Dan Laskey kicked aside 29 out of 30 shots to lead St Joes (6-1) to a 4-1 victory over Carter’s (4-3) in action Wednesday night…

    The first period belonged to both netminders: Laskey and Mike Rullo as they made save after save for a scoreless 0-0 tie after one….

    8:12 into the 2nd, TJ Garske got St Joes onto the board banging home a rebound of the glove of Rullo….Just over 2 minute later, #21 would give St Joes a two goal lead tipping home a nice pass from Chris Quattrucci….2-0 St Joes after 2…

    Carter’s came out strong in the 3rd, and finally found the back of the net 1:06 in when Cam Spring took a feed from Tim Thornton and fired a shot that beat Laskey blocker side…Laskey would make save after save to keep the one goal lead until 7:27 when Kyle Bennett would go end to end a roof a shot over Rullo to extend the lead to 2 goals….Garske would seal the game with an empty net goal in the dying seconds for a 4-1 St Joes win….

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 4 Carter’s 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 2 Trip @ 12:09

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 STJ #4 TJ Garske 6 ( #9) @ 8:12

    2-0 STJ #21 1 ( #8 Chris Quattrucci, #62 Alex Dahms) @ 10:34

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 CAR #19 Cam Spring 3 ( #27 Tim Thornton) @ 1:06

    3-1 STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 6 (Unassisted) @ 7:27

    4-1 STJ #4 TJ Garske 7 (Unassisted) @ 13:56 en

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    St Joes Dan Laskey ( 30 shots, 29 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 25 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    St Joes 6-1 12 points: Carter’s 4-3 8 points

  301. Julian Kaelin kicked aside 34 out of 36 shots to lead Sebago Brew (6-3) to a 3-2 win over St Joes (6-2) for a share of first place on Sunday night….

    Sebago Brew would jump out quickly when Tom Forgues took a break-out pass from Dwight Doucette and fired a shot up and over the glove of goalie Donny Gearan at the 5:59 mark…One minute later, Jay Lachance would take a feed from Kevin Hopkins and fire a shot five hole on Gearan to give Sebago a 2-0 lead after 1…

    St Joes came out strong in the 2nd, finally breaking the wall put up by Kaelin with 2 quick goals: 2:23 in, #21 picked up a loose puck and fired a shot that beat Kaelin over his glove…Just over 3 minutes later Chris Quattrucci would knot the game at two banging home a rebound of a shot by #23…2-2 after 2…

    Scot Fitser would take a pass from Gene St Cyr and break in alone on Gearan and fire a shot that found the back of the net to give Sebago a one goal lead at the 2:25 mark…The rest of the game belonged to Kaelin as his would end up making save after save to preserve the 3-2 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 3 St Joes 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #19 Tom Forgues 2 ( #11 Dwight Doucette ) @ 5:59

    2-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 6 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins ) @ 6:59

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 STJ #21 1 (Unassisted) @ 2:23

    2-2 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 10 ( #23) @ 5:28

    Penalties

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 Hook @ 10:25

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 SB #3 Scott Fitser 5 ( #22 Gene St Cyr, #12 Kevin Hopkins ) @ 2:25

    Penalties

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 Trip @ 7:37

    Goalies:

    Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 36 shots, 34 saves): St Joes Donny Gearan ( 18 shots, 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 6-3 12 points: St Joes 6-2 12 points

  302. Jeff Sampson had 3 goals and Mike Payne kicked aisde all 19 shots to give Homestead (4-3-2) a 9-0 victory over the Tradesman (4-5) on Sunday night….

    Sampson would tally twice in the first period: at the 3:28 mark, tipping home a nice pass from Rich Tibbets…Just over 2 minutes later Sampson found the back of the net of a pass from Nick Porto to give Homestead a 2-0 lead after 1…

    2:25 into the 2nd, Sampson would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot pass Donny Gearan to complete the hat-trick….1:06 later, Jim Skvoark tipped home a nice feed from Kevin Colangelo to make it a 4-0 game….Half-way though the period, Gabe Gumiond would rip home a feed from Ron Giroux to make it 5-0 after 2….

    Giroux would rap complete a nice passing play just 12 seconds into the 3rd from Gumiond to make it 6-0…Andy McPartland would find the back of the net at the 2:14 mark, and Porto would pick up a loos puck and beak Gearan on a break-away to make it 8-0 Homestead….Gumiond would finish off the scoring at the 10:25 mark, ripping home a feed from Giroux…Final 9-0 Homestead….

    Box Score

    Score

    Homestead 9 Tradesman 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 8 ( #9 Rich Tibbets) @ 3:28

    2-0 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 9 ( #18 Nick Porto) @ 5:52

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    3-0 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 10 ( Unassisted) @ 2:25

    4-0 HOME #43 Jim Skvorak 1 ( #25 Kevin Colangelo, #18 Nick Porto) @ 3:31

    5-0 HOME # 12 Gabe Gumiond 5 ( #4 Ron Giroux, #15 Ben Daigle) @ 7:20

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-0 HOME #4 Ron Giroux 3 (#15 Ben Daigle, # 12 Gabe Gumiond ) @ :12

    7-0 HOME #5 Andy McPartland 4 (Unassisted) @ 2:14

    8-0 HOME #18 Nick Porto 3 (Unassisted) @ 7:35

    9-0 HOME # 12 Gabe Gumiond 6 ( #4 Ron Giroux ) @ 10:25

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Homestead Mike Payne ( 19 shots, 19 saves): Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 26 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Homestead 4-3-2 10 points: Tradesman 4-5 8 points

  303. Zach Johnson , Pete Mirehouse and Dave Spencer lead the charge for Carter’s (5-3) in a 10-1 victory over P Fire Dept last night….

    Johnson opened the scoring 5:22 into the game one timing a nice cross ice pass from Cam Spring…Just over 2 minutes later, Mirehouse would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot past Kai Becksvoort to give carter a 2-0 lead…At the 11:00 minute mark, John Spring would take a feed from Johnson and fire a shot that found the back of the net to give Carters a 3-0 lead after 1….

    Just 1:47 into the 2nd, Spencer would tip home a beautiful cross crease pass from Mirehouse to make it 4-0…Exactly one minute later, Johnson would take a feed from Bill Kennedy and find the back of the net to make it 5-0 Carter’s….Spencer would strike again, redirecting a pass from J Spring to make it 6-0 and at the 9:04 mark, Johnson would complete the hat-trick converting off a nice feed from Troy Anctil to make it 7-0 Carter’s after 2….

    1:25 into the 3rd, Johnson would add his 4th finding the back of the net off a feed from Zacj Leo to make it an 8-0 game….Half-way though the 2nd, the Fire Dpet would get on the board, when Chris Pirone took a nice break-out pass from Phil LaRou a fired a shot that eluded the blocker of Mike Rullo and found the back of the net…Leo would Stike back two minute later for Carter’s scoring on a break-away and Mirehouse would find the back of the net off a feed from Spencer to account for the 10-1 final….

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 10 PFD 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 9 ( #19 Cam Spring , #16 Troy Anctil) @ 5:22

    2-0 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 2 (Unassisted) @ 7:29

    3-0 CAR #17 John Spring 2 ( #24 Zach Johnson , #16 Troy Anctil) @ 11:00

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 CAR #7 Dave Spencer 2 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 1:47

    5-0 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 10 ( #9 Bill Kennedy, #16 Troy Anctil) @ 2:47

    6-0 CAR #7 Dave Spencer 3 ( #17 John Spring, #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 7:25

    7-0 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 11 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 9:04

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    8-0 CAR #24 Zach Johnson 12 ( #77 Zach Leo) @ 1:25

    8-1 PFD #22 Chris Pirone 1 ( #12 Phil LaRou) @ 7:52

    9-1 CAR #77 Zach Leo 1 (Unassisted) @ 9:23

    10-1 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 3 ( #7 Dave Spencer, #17 John Spring) @ 11:23

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 16 shots, 15 saves): PFD Kai Becksvoort ( 32 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 5-3 10 points: PFD 0-9 0 points

  304. Taylor Bishop had 3 third period goal to help lead the Ice Lords (6-3-1) to a 7-4 victory over HVAC (4-3-1) in action last night…John Carolan had a goal and 2 assist in the losing effort for HVAC….

    The only goal in the first period came of the stick of Rob Campbell at the 6:42 mark, when he one timed home a nice feed from Paul Miller…1-0 HVAC after 1…

    Just 34 seconds into the 2nd, Carolan would rip home a pass from Dave Wilkinson over Jim Cabral glove to make it 2-0 HVAC….Less than two minute later, Dustin Mathews would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot past Chris Willey to cut the lead in half….46 seconds later, Dennis Patenaude would bang home a rebound of a Mathews shot to knot the game up at 2…Just over half-way though the period, Chris Roop would make a nice rush and slipped a shot past Willey to give the Ice Lords a 3-2 lead after 2….

    The 3rd period would have everything, including the 2nd most annoying fans I have ever heard but Bishop would give the Lords a 2 goal lead finding the back of the net off a nice feed from Matt Dumont??? 20 seconds later, Wilkinson would get HVAC back within one, one timing a pass from Carolan to make it a 4-3 game….Patenaude would score a pretty shorthanded goal less than a minute later off a feed from Chris Marston to make it 5-3 but HVAC would once again pull within one goal when Miller converted a pass from Dave Massaro…But Bishop would one time a pass from Roop just over a minute later and seal the game with an empty netter for the 7-4 final…Jim Cabral was outstanding in net for the Ice Lords kicking aside 28 out of 32 shots….

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 7 HVAC 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 7 ( #8 Paul Miller) @ 6:42

    Penalties

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Hook @ :36

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Slash @ 9:00

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 HVAC #9 John Carolan 1 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson) @ :34

    2-1 ICE #8 Dustin Mathews 1 (Unassisted) @ 2:32

    2-2 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 4 ( #8 Dustin Mathews) @ 3:18

    3-2 ICE #5 Chris Roop 1 (Unassisted) @ 7:28

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 High-Stick @ 11:58

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 ICE #0 Taylor Bishop 1 ( #17 Matt Dumont, #5 Chris Roop ) @ 5:34

    4-3 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 9 ( #9 John Carolan) @ 5:54

    5-3 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 5 ( #21 Chris Marston ) @ 6:41 sh

    5-4 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 5 ( #4 Dave Massaro, #9 John Carolan) @ 8:14

    6-4 ICE #0 Taylor Bishop 2 ( #5 Chris Roop, #4 Mike Dandy) @ 9:36

    7-4 ICE #0 Taylor Bishop 3 (Unassisted) @ 13:00 en/sh

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Slash @ 2:47

    ICE #16 Brad Mills 2 Hold-Stick @ 6:25

    ICE #21 Chris Marston 5 Elbow(major) @ 10:38

    ICE #21 Chris Marston 10 Game Misconduct @ 10:38

    ICE #16 Brad Mills 10 Misconduct @ 10:38

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 32 shots, 28 saves): HVAC Chris Willey ( 23 shots, 17 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 6-3-1 13 points: HVAC 4-3-1 9 points

  305. Jeremy Harmon had 3 goals to pace a balanced Attack that saw six different goals scores in the Outrage (6-2-1) 10-2 victory over Atlantic (3-5) in action last night…

    Atlantic came out strong a took the game to the Outrage for Most of the first period…9:05 in, Robyn Smith one timed a nice pass from Sean McGoldrick to give Atlantic a 1-0 lead…1:02 later, Josh Choiniere took a nice break-out pass from Mike Lombardi and fired a shot low stick side that beat Ben Richards to give Atlantic a 2-0 lead….Harmon would then get the Outrage on the board finding the back of the net off a feed from Mike Fellows…2-1 Atlantic after 1….

    Travis Dunn would tie the game up at 2, one timing a pass from Josiah Morse past Joe Parker…The wheels than came of for Atlantic as the Outrage turned up the heat, at the 11:22 mark, Harmon banged home a reboud of a Chris Tarazewich point shot, then at the 12:28 mark, Andrew Sneider one timed a feed from Fellows and then Tarazewich fired a point shot past the screened Parker and all of a sudden it was 5-2 Outrage after 2…

    The Outrage didn’t take their foot of the gas pedal in the 3rd, 1:18 in Dan Charette tapped home a feed from Brian April to make it 6-2….At the 5:22 mark, Gordon Clark would fire a pass from Dunn to make it 7-2 and less than a minute later Charette again found the back of the net off a feed from April and it was 8-2…Harmon would complete his hat-trick converting a nice pass from Sneider and then Morse would find the back of the net off a feed from Dunn for the 10-2 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 10 Atlantic 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #22 Robyn Smith 3 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick) @ 9:05

    2-0 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 10 ( #7 Mike Lombardi, #17 Mark Embury) @ 10:07

    2-1 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 5 ( #34 Mike Fellows , #18 Andrew Sneider) @ 11:35

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 6 ( #19 Josiah Morse ) @ 5:29

    3-2 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 6 ( #12 Chris Tarazewich) @ 11:22

    4-2 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 7 ( #34 Mike Fellows ) @ 12:28

    5-2 OUT #12 Chris Tarazewich 3 ( #6 Tim Pushard) @ 13:13

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-2 OUT #15 Dan Charette 4 ( #4 Brian April, #6 Tim Pushard) @ 1:18

    7-2 OUT #18 Gordon Clark 2 ( #11 Travis Dunn , #19 Josiah Morse) @ 5:32

    8-2 OUT #15 Dan Charette 5 ( #4 Brian April) @ 6:36

    9-2 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 7 ( #18 Andrew Sneider, #34 Mike Fellows ) @ 10:16

    10-2 OUT #19 Josiah Morse 3 ( #11 Travis Dunn, #18 Gordon Clark) @ 12:26

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 28 shots, 26 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 30 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 6-2-1 13 points: Atlantic 3-5 6 points

  306. CJ Bergeron had 3 goals and dished off an assist to lead the St Joes (7-2) attack in a 7-3 defeat over HVAC (4-4-1) on Thursday night…It is St Joes last game before the the break…They finished the first half a strong 7-2….Schedule will be out later in the week….

    Bergeron would open up the scoring 10:55 into the first, finding the net off a nice pass from Jake DiPrizio to give St Joes the lead….Chris Sacoco would extend the lead too two goals tipping home a nice pass from Bergeron to make it 2-0 St Joes….HVAC would cut into the lead in the fying seconds when Charlie Elwell banged home a rebound of a Justin Rice pint shot…2-1 ST Joes after 1….

    Just 1:25 into the 2nd, Scott Fletcher would knot the score at two one timing home a nice pass from Dave Wilkinson….ST Joes would pretty much put the game away in the last 4 minute of the 2nd tallying 3 times…Kyle Bennett would pick of an errant pass and blast home a shot past Shawn Cohen to make it 3-2 at the 9:05 mark, 2:30 later, Chris Quattrucci would tip home a pass from Tom Gagnon to make it 4-2 and with time winding down Bergeron would backhand a pass from Alex Dahams past Cohen to make it 5-2 St Joes after 2….

    Just 2:22 into the 3rd, Wilkinson would score a beauty of a goal going end to end and firing a shot over Dan Laskey glove to make it a 5-3 game…Quattrucci would bang home a rebound of a DiPrizio pass to restore the 3rd goal lead….Half-way though the 3rd, Bergeron would complete the hat-trick backhanding home a pass from TJ Garske….7-3 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 7 HVAC 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 STJ #41 CJ Bergeron 4 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio) @ 10:55

    2-0 STJ #9 Chris Sacoco 3 ( #41 CJ Bergeron ) @ 11:56

    2-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 2 ( #7 Justin Rice) @ 13:57

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 1 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson ) @ 1:25

    3-2 STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 7 (Unassisted) @ 9:05

    4-2 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 11 ( #5 Tom Gagnon ) @ 11:38

    5-2 STJ #41 CJ Bergeron 5 ( #62 Alex Dahms) @ 13:20

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-3 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 10 (unassisted) @ 2:22

    6-3 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 12 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio, #5 Tom Gagnon ) @ 3:13

    7-3 STJ #41 CJ Bergeron 6 ( #4 TJ Garske ) @ 6:38

    Penalties

    HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 2 Hook @ :30

    STJ #4 TJ Garske 2 Slash @ 1:46

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Rough @ 1:46

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Hook @ 7:53

    Goalies:

    St Joes Danny Laskey ( 28 shots, 25 saves): HVAC Shawn Cohen ( 37 shots, 30 saves)

    Team Records

    ST Joes 7-2 14 points: HVAC 4-4-1 9 points

  307. Troy Anctil had a 3 goals and dished off an assist and Mike Rullo kicked aside 23 out of 24 shots to lead Carter’s (6-3) to an 8-1 victory over the Tradesman (4-6) on Sunday night….

    Just 1:07 into the game, Anctil took a break-out pass from John Spring and fired a backhander over the glove of Donny Gearan to give Carter’s an early lead….Just over 2 minutes later, Noah Miner would tie the game up for the Tradesman taking a pass from Chris Neault and firing a shot that beat Rullo….With just under 3 minutes left in the 2nd, Pete Mirehouse tipped home a pass frim J Spring to give Carter’s the lead for good….In the final seconds of the first Anctil scored a goal on a beautiful backhander off a feed from Zach Johnson to give Carter’s a 3-1 lead after 1…

    1:33 into the, 2nd Johnson would take a break-out pass from Cam Spring and beat Donny Gearan on a break-away to make it 4-1…J Spring would get his own break-away off a feed from Anctil and score on a nice backhander to make it 5-1….With 1:56 left in the 2nd. Anctil would complete the hat-trick converting on a pass from Tim Pawloski to make it 6-1….In the dying seconds of the 2nd, Johnson would find the back of the net for his 2nd to give Carter’s a 7-1 lead after 2….

    C Spring would score the only goal of the 3rd, walking past a D man a firing a shit low stick side past Gearan….8-1 Fianl

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 8 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 9 ( #17 John Spring ) @ 1:07

    1-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 10 ( #12 Chris Neault) @ 3:24

    2-1 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 4 ( #17 John Spring ) @ 11:17

    3-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 10 ( #23 Zach Johnson, #15 Tim Polowski) @ 13:07

    Penalties

    None

    2nd period

    Goals

    4-1 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 13 ( #5 Cam Spring) @ 1:53

    5-1 CAR #17 John Spring 3 ( #16 Troy Anctil, #27 Tim Thornton ) @ 7:33

    6-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 11 ( #15 Tim Polowski) @ 12:04

    7-1 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 14 (Unassisted) @ 13:35

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    8-1 CAR #5 Cam Spring 4 (Unassisted) @ 8:38

    Penalties

    TRA Bench 2 To many Players @ 6:41

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rulo ( 24 shots, 23 saves): Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 24 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 6-3 12 points: Tradesman 4-6 8 points

  308. Jeremy Smith had 2 goals and 2 assist to pace the offensive attack for the Outrage (7-2-1) in a 7-3 victory over the Eyes on Rosemont (4-6)….

    The Outrage would get on the board 1;59 into the game, when Phil Pinkham to a pass from Smith and fired a shot low stick side past Chris Willey…The rest of the period would belong to the Eyes: Scott Vogel would take a feed from Anthony Menario and fire a shot past Ben Richards to knot the score at 1….At the 12:01 mark, Nate Dionne would one time a beautiful pass from Andrew Portwine to give the Eyes a 2-1 lead after 1….

    The Outrage came out like a different team in the 2nd scoring 5 unanswered goals….:25 seconds in Brain April would tip home a pass from Pinkham to tie the game at 2…6:10 in, Smith would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot past Willey to make to 3-2 and Smith would again tally just over two minute later firing a shot over Willey’s to make it a 4-2 game….John Dubois would bang home a rebound of a Dan Charette shot to make it 5-2 and Aptil would strike again finding the back of the net off a Pinkham pass and it was 6-2 before you could Blink….6-2 Outrage after 2….

    Charette would tally at the 3:01 mark of the 3rd, beating Willey of a nice feed from Mike Fellows to make it 7-2…The Eyes would get one back on the goal of the night: Menario would go end to end and bat a shot out of mid-air past Richards to make it 7-3 but that’s as close as it would get: 7-3 Final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 7 Eyes on Rosemont 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #22 Phil Pinkham 2 ( #9 Jeremy Smith ) @ 1:59

    1-1 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 6 ( #0 Anthony Menario) @ 7:28

    2-1 EYE #0 Nate Dionne 2 ( #77 Andrew Portwine ) @ 12:01

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 OUT #4 Brian April 3 ( #22 Phil Pinkham , #9 Jeremy Smith) @ :25

    3-2 OUT #9 Jeremy Smith 1 ( Unassisted) @ 6:10

    4-2 OUT #9 Jeremy Smith 2 (Unassisted) @ 8:20

    5-2 OUT #17 John Dubois 4 ( #15 Dan Charette, #44 Dave May) @ 10:25

    6-2 OUT #4 Brian April 4 ( #22 Phil Pinkham, #12 Chris Tarazewich) @ 11:29

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-2 OUT #15 Dan Charette 6 ( #34 Mike Fellows, #2 Matt Coro) @ 3:01

    7-3 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 3 ( Unassisted) @ 5;16

    Penalties

    OUT #2 Matt Coro 2 Hold @ 5:55

    OUT #11 Randy Dumont 2 Cross-Check @ 9:26

    EYE #69 Scott Vogel 2 Hold @ 11:31

    Goalies:

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 18 shots, 15 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Chris Willey ( 28 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 7-2-1 15 points: Eyes on Rosemont 4-6 8 points

  309. Joe Sturtevant had 3 goals and Sean McGoldrick had 2 goals and an assist while Rob Simpson kicked aside 32 out of 34 shots and had an assist for good measure to lead Atlantic(4-5) to a 5-2 victory over Homestead (4-4-2) in action last night…

    Sturtevant would open the scoring 1:29 into the game, taking a pass from McGoldrick and one timing a shot up and over the blocker should of netminder Mike Payne….Simpson would put up a wall and stop all 12 shots from Homestead…1-0 Atlantic after 1…

    Halfway though the 2nd, Sturtevant would pick up a loose puck and break in alone on a break-away and find the back of the net to give Atlantic a 2-0 lead….Just over 2 minutes later, McGoldrick would pick off an errant pass and fire a shot past Payne to give Atlantic a 3-0 lead….46 seconds later, Andy Souza would finally get a puck past Simpson, taking a feed from Andy McPartland and firing a shot over Simpson glove….3-1 Atlantic after 2…

    Sturtevant would complete the hat-trick 1 minute into the 3rd, taking a feed from Mike Lombardi and firing a shot over Payne’s blocker: 4-1 Atlantic…Homestead would pull withing two goals 7:18 into the period, when Ben Daigle banged home a rebound of a Matt Martelle shot…That’s a close as the game would get and McGoldrick would seal the win for Atlantic taking a pass from Mark Embury and firing a puck into the empty-net….5-2 Final….

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 5 Homestead 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 1 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick ) @ 1:29

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 2 (Unassisted) @ 7:24

    3-0 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 9 (Unassisted) @ 9:27

    3-1 HOME #10 Andy Souza 1 ( #5 Andy McPartland, #1 Matt Martelle) @ 10:13

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 3 ( #7 Mike Lombardi, #8 Rob Simpson) @ 1:00

    4-2 HOME #15 Ben Daigle 5 ( #1 Matt Martelle, # 12 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 7:18

    5-2 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 10 ( #17 Mark Embury ) @ 12:56 en

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Atlantic Rob Simpson ( 34 shots, 32 saves): Homestead Mike Payne ( 19 shots, 15 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 4-5 8 points: Homestead 4-4-2 10 points

  310. Jay Lachance had 3 goals and 2 assist and Brian Johnson had a goal and 2 assist to pace the attack for Sebago Brew (7-3) in a 8-3 defeat over the P Fire Dept (0-10) in action Thursday night….John Brennan had 2 goals for PFD in a losing effort….

    Sebago Brew came out storming in the first: 31 seconds in Lachance banged home a feed from Johnson to open up the scoring: 38 seconds later, Nat Germond picked up a loose puck and found the back of the net to give Sebago a quick 2-0 lead….At the 5:33 mark, Chip Brewer would take a nice feed from Johnson and fire a shoot past Kai Becksvoort to make it a 3-0 game….Less than 2 minutes later, Kevin Hopkins would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot over Becksvoort glove to make it 4-0….Johnson would take a break-out pass from Scott Fitser and beat Becksvoort on a break-away and Arty Mclean would pick up a loos puck and find the back of the net: score Sebago Brew 6-0 after 1….

    PFD would try and climb back into the game in the 2nd, at the 7:08 mark, Erick Weeks took a pass from Sheldon Gregoire and fired a shot that slipped by Julian Kaelin six hole to cut into the lead….Just over 4 minute later, John Brennan would pick up and loos puck go end to end and fire a shot over Kaelin glove to make it a 6-2 game after 2….

    Brennan would strike 2:05 into the 3rd, picking up a loose puck and firing a shot that beat Kaelin shot side and suddenly it was a 6-3 game….Lachance would stife any chance of a comeback 34 seconds later, taking a feed from Firser and launching a laser over the glove of Becksvoort to give Sebago back a 4 goal cushion…At the 5:19 mark, Lachance would complete the hat-trick finding the back of the net off a feed from Tom Forgues….Final 8-3 Sebago Brew…

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 8 PFD 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #4 Jay Lachance 7 ( #8 Brian Johnson, #19 Tom Forgues) @ :31

    2-0 SB #37 Nat Germond 1 (Unassisted) @ 1:09

    3-0 SB #7 Chip Brewer 5 ( #8 Brian Johnson, #4 Jay Lachance) @ 5:33

    4-0 SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 (Unassisted) @ 7:07

    5-0 SB #8 Brian Johnson 1 ( #3 Scott Fitser, #19 Tom Forgues) @ 10:48

    6-0 SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 (Unassisted) @ 12:18

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-1 PFD #25 Eric Weeks 3 ( #6 Sheldon Gregoire) @ 7:08

    6-2 PFD #16 John Brennan 10 (Unassisted) @ 11:55

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-3 PFD #16 John Brennan 11 (Unassisted) @ 2:05

    7-3 SB #4 Jay Lachance 8 ( #3 Scott Fitser, #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 2:39

    8-3 SB #4 Jay Lachance 9 ( #19 Tom Forgues, #3 Scott Fitser) @ 5:19

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 17 shots, 14 saves): P .Fire Dept Kai Becksvoort ( 29 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 7-3 14 points: PFD 0-10 0 points

  311. Gabe Gumiond had 3 goals and an assist and Jeff Sampson had 2 goals and an assist to lead a balanced attack for Homestead (5-4-2) in an 11-6 win over the Outrage (7-3-1) on Sunday night….

    The Outrage jumped out early just 54 seconds in when Travis Dunn banged home a rebound of a Josiah Morse shot…Less than 2 minutes later, Scott Libby home a pass from Ben Daigle to knot the score at one…Andy McPartland would take a feed from Andy Souza and find the back of the net to give Homestead a 2-1 lead…Gumiond would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot past Ben Richards and it was 3-1 Homestead after 1…

    3:44 into the 2nd, Dan Charette one timed a nice feed from Brain April to cut the lead in half…At the 8:12 mark, Daigle bang home a rebound of a McPartland shot to make it a two goal game again: 4-2 Homestead after 2…Then the 3rd happened and I got writers cramp…!!!

    Dunn added his second of the game off a feed from Clark and it was 4-3, but less than a minute later, Nick Porto would score a beautiful goal going end to end to make it a 5-3 game….Tim Pushard would tip home a pass from Andrew Sneider to make it 5-4 but Homestead took of after that: Smapson would strike twice in 18 seconds, the first off a feed from Libby and the 2nd off a nice pass from Daigle: 7-4…Rob Perason would score off a feed from Sampson and then Soza would find the back of the net Daigle and it was 9-4…The Outrage would go away quietly: Charette and Coro would find the back of the net and it was 9-6 but Gumiond would tally twice in the last minute to put the finishing touches on a 11-6 win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Homestead 11 Outrage 6

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 7 ( #19 Josiah Morse, #18 Gordon Clark ) @ :54

    1-1 HOME #11 Scott Libby 2 ( #15 Ben Daigle ) @ 2:01

    2-1 HOME #5 Andy McPartland 5 ( #10 Andy Souza ) @ 5:43

    3-1 HOME # 12 Gabe Gumiond 7 (Unassisted) @ 6:21

    Penalties

    HOME #8 Dave Madsen 2 Trip @ 12:50

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-2 OUT #15 Dan Charette 7 ( #4 Brian April ) @ 3:44

    4-2 HOME #15 Ben Daigle 6 ( #5 Andy McPartland ) @ 8:12

    Penalties

    OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 2 High-Stick @ 12:56

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 8 ( #18 Gordon Clark ) @ 1:09

    5-3 HOME #18 Nick Porto 4 (Unassisted) @ 2:08

    5-4 OUT #6 Tim Pushard 2 ( #18 Andrew Sneider) @ 3:55

    6-4 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 11 ( #11 Scott Libby ) @ 4:13

    7-4 HOME #6 Jeff Sampson 12 ( #15 Ben Daigle , #7 Rob Pearson) @ 4:31

    8-4 HOME #7 Rob Pearson 3 ( #6 Jeff Sampson , # 12 Gabe Gumiond ) @ 7:01

    9-4 HOME #10 Andy Souza 2 ( #15 Ben Daigle) @ 9:14

    9-5 OUT #15 Dan Charette 8 ( #4 Brian April, #44 Dave May ) @ 9:33

    9-6 OUT #2 Matt Coro 1 (Unassisted) @ 12:05

    10-6 HOME # 12 Gabe Gumiond 8 ( #25 Kevin Colangelo) @ 13:05 en/sh

    11-6 HOME # 12 Gabe Gumiond 9 ( #25 Kevin Colangelo, #43 Jim Skvorak ) @ 13:57 sh

    Penalties

    HOME #11 Scott Libby 2 Hook @ 4:48

    HOME #11 Scott Libby 2 Hook @ 12:56

    Goalies:

    Homestead Mike Payne ( 30 shots, 24 saves): Outrage Ben Richards ( 28 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Homestead 5-4-2 12 points: Outrage 7-3-1 15 points

  312. Joe Foster stopped 29 out of 30 shots snd Nick Avery had all 3 goals as the Eyes (5-6) swept the season series from the Ice Lords (6-4-1) with a 3-1 victory on Sunday night….

    Avery would strike first at the 6:45 mark, of the first firing a shot stick side past netminder Jim Cabral to give the Eyes an early lead…Mike Dandy would tie the game up in the last minute of the 1st one timing a pass from Chris Marston…1-1 after 1…

    The 2nd period belonged to Tim Foster, I mean Joe Thomas, I mean Joe Foster as he and Cabral were outstanding kicking aside a combined 20 shots….

    5:33 into the 3rd, took a break-out pass from Andrew Portwine and broke in the left wing side and fired a laser shot side to give the Eyes a 2-1 lead…Foster would stand tall kicking aside a dozen or so quality chances, capping it with a beautiful glove save to keep the one goal lead…Aver would then slide the puck into the empty-net to seal the 3-1 victory for the Eyes….

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 3 Ice Lords 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #0 Nick Avery 3 ( #69 Scott Vogel , #24 Kevin Boyce ) @ 6:45

    1-1 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 10 ( #21 Chris Marston, #7 Dan Ouelette) @ 13:29

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 EYE #0 Nick Avery 4 ( #77 Andrew Portwine, #5 Stanley Sampson) @ 5:33

    3-1 EYE #0 Nick Avery 5 (Unassisted) @ 13:47 en

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 30 shots, 29 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 16 shots, 14 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 5-6 10 points: ice Lords 6-4-1 13 points

  313. Mike Lombardi had 2 goals and Joe Parker kicked aside all 17 shots sent in his direction to power Atlantic (5-5) to a 3-0 shutout victory over Carter’s (6-4) in action last night….

    At the 5:34 mark, Lombardi would take a nice feed from Jaime Ward and slip a nice backhand shot past Mike Rullo to give Atlantic and early 1-0 lead….Just over 2 minutes later, Josh Choiniere would take a pass from Sean McGoldrick and fire a shot past Rullo to extend the lead to 2-0 after 1….

    Just over 4 minutes into the 2nd, Lombardi would take a nice feed from McGoldrick and one time a shot past Rullo to make it a 3-0 game….Parker would make some nice saves and after two it was 3-0 Atlantic….

    Carter’s would control most of the play in the 3rd but Parker would make save after save to preserve the shutout and also a 3-0 win for Atlantic….

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 3 Carter’s 0

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #7 Mike Lombardi 1 ( #0 Jamie Ward, #17 Mark Embury ) @ 5:34

    2-0 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 11 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick, #15 Jake Hall) @ 7:55

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 ATL #7 Mike Lombardi 2 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick) @ 4:45

    Penalties

    ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 2 Trip @ :23

    3rd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    ATL #15 Jake Hall 2 Rough @ 8:27

    CAR #17 John Spring 2 Rough @ 8:27

    Goalies:

    Atlantic Joe Parker ( 17 shots, 17 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 22 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 5-5 10 points: Carter’s 6-4 12 points

  314. Dave Wilkinson had 2 goals and Charlie Elwell dished off 3 assist while Josh Larrabee kicked aside 26 out of 27 shots and added an assist in HVAC (5-4-1) 4-1 victory over Sebago Brew (7-4) last night….

    The first period belonged to Larrabee and Sebgao Brew netminder Julian Kaelin as the kicked out a combined 17 shots without one finding the back of the net….

    5:26 into the 2nd, Rob Campbell would finally break the ice for HVAC banging home a rebound of a Scott Fletcher shot…The walls would go back up for Kaelin and Larrabee and that’s the way the period would end: 1-0 HVAC after 2 periods….

    1:56 into the 3rd, Larrabee would make a nice pad save and kick the rebound out to Elwell, who feed a streaking Wilkinson who buried a shot over Kaeling glove to give HVAC a 2-0 lead….At the 8:54 mark, Elwell would again spring Wilkinson on a break-away and Wilkinson would again find the back of the net, with a nice move to the back hand: 3-0 HVAC….Just 15 seconds later, Sebago Brew would break though, when Jay Lachance took a feed from Scott Fitser and fired a shot five hole to break the shutout and get Sebago back in the game…In the end it would be shot lived however as just over a minute later, Chris Plummer banged home a rebound of a Elwell shot over a prone Kaelin to give HVAC a 4-1 lead and victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 Sebago Brew 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 8 ( # 10 Scott Fletcher, #8 Paul Miller) @ 5:26

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 11 ( #9 Charlie Elwell, #0 Josh Larrabee) @ 1:56

    3-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 12 ( #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 8:54

    3-1 SB #4 Jay Lachance 10 ( #3 Scott Fitser, #12 Kevin Hopkins) @ 9:09

    4-1 HVAC #3 Chris Plummer 4 ( #9 Charlie Elwell, #7 Justin Rice) @ 10:18

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 27 shots, 26 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 30 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 5-4 1 11 Points: Sebago Brew 7-4 14 points

  315. Randy Corbett had 2 goals and 4 assist and Chris Neault had 3 goals annd in assist to pace the attack for the Tradesman (5-6) in a 14-3 win over P Fire Dept (0-11) in action last night…John Brennan had 2 goals and an assist in a losing effort….

    C Neault would open up the scoring banging home a pass from Corbett at the 2:46 mark….Loren Blair would pick off a pass and find the back of the net 1:30 later to give the Tradesman a 2-0 lead….Ryan Neault would tip home a nice pass from Eric Brewer to make it 3-0 43 seconds later….Just over 3 minutes later, Mark Kemper tipped home a pass from C Neault to make it a 4-0 game….Noah Miner would take a feed from Brewer and fire a shot past netminder Kai Becksvoort to make it 5-0….In the dying seconds, Kemper would find the back of the net off a pass from Corbett to make it a 6-0 game after 1….

    Miner would add his 2nd of the game off a nice break-out pass from R Neault 1:12 into the 2nd and it was 7-0….Corbett and Kemper would score within 40 seconds of each other and it was a 9-0 game 5 minutes into the 2nd…PFD would get one back on a nice rush from Brennan who shot was stopped by Donny Gearan but Sheldon Gregoire banged home the rebound….Blair would add his 2nd off the game off a feed from Brewer, but Brennan would go end to end and score for PFD just over a minute later and it was a 10-2 game….R Neault would pick off a pass and fire a shot past Becksvoort and it was 11-2 after 2….

    Brennan would add his 2nd off the game 2:18 into the 3rd, with a nice rush but the Tradesman would tally three time to put the finishing touches on the game: C Neault would bang home a nice pass from R Neault, Corbett would find the back of the net off a feed from Kemper, and C Neault would pick off a pass and fire a shot over Becksvoort glove to account for the 14-3 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 14 PFD 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #12 Chris Neault 3 ( #8 Randy Corbett, #16 Loren Blair) @ 2:46

    2-0 TRA #16 Loren Blair 8 (Unassisted) @ 4:24

    3-0 TRA # 15 Ryan Neault 6 ( #13 Eric Brewer) @ 5:07

    4-0 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 3 ( #12 Chris Neault, #8 Randy Corbett) @ 8:34

    5-0 TRA #24 Noah Miner 11 ( #13 Eric Brewer) @ 11:02

    6-0 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 4 ( #8 Randy Corbett) @ 13:59

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    7-0 TRA #24 Noah Miner 12 ( # 15 Ryan Neault ) @ 1:12

    8-0 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 5 ( #21 Mark Kemper) @ 3:40

    9-0 TRA #21 Mark Kemper 5 ( #8 Randy Corbett) @ 4:20

    9-1 PFD #6 Sheldon Gregoire 1 ( #16 John Brennan) @ 5:45

    10-1 #16 Loren Blair 9 ( #13 Eric Brewer) @ 9:16

    10-2 PFD #16 John Brennan 12 (Unassisted) @ 10:47

    11-2 TRA # 15 Ryan Neault 7 (Unassisted) @ 12:46

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    11-3 PFD #16 John Brennan 13 (Unassisted) @ 2:18

    12-3 TRA #12 Chris Neault 4 ( # 15 Ryan Neault, #24 Noah Miner) @ 7:37

    13-3 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 6 ( #21 Mark Kemper ) @ 7:53

    14-3 TRA #12 Chris Neault 5 (Unassisted) @ 11:05

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 17 shots, 14 saves): P Fire Dept Kai Becksvoort ( 36 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 5-6 10 points: PFD 0-11 0 points

  316. Dave Wilkinson had 4 goals and assisted on 3 others to help lead a 41 shot attack from HVAC (6-4-1) in a 7-2 victory over Carter’s (6-5) in action last night….Zach Johnson had 2 goals in a losing effort….

    Paul Miller took a break-out pass from Wilkinson 1:11 into the game and broke in alone on Mike Rullo a fired a shot over Rullo’s glove to give HVAC a 1-0 lead….Wilkinson would fire home a pass from Justin Rice to give HVAC a 2-0 lead after 1….

    Wilkinson would one time a feed from Charlie Elwell into the back of the net 5:39 into the 2nd to give HVAC a 3-0 lead….Then the wheels feel off for Carter’s: Wilkinson would fire home a pass from Chris Plummer to make it 4-0 then 2 minutes later, Garrett Plummer fired a shot in front and bounced of a Crater’s D man and into the net to make it 5-0…Then in the dying seconds of the 2nd: Elwell banged home a rebound of a Jim Duest shot to make it a 6-0 HVAC game after 2….

    Wilkinson would score a pretty goal at the 5:14 mark, faking a shot then scoring on a wrap around to make it a 7-0 game before Carter’s decided to show up…Johnson would take a feed from Troy Anctil and filp a nice backhand roof shot to get Carter’s first goals and 49 seconds later, Johnson would again take a feed from Anctil and make a nice move a slip the puck into the back of the net to cut the lead to 7-2 but despite a ton of pressure that’s as close as it would get….7-2 HVAC….

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 7 Carter’s 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 6 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson) @ 1:11

    2-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 13 ( #7 Justin Rice) @ 11:17

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 14 ( #9 Charlie Elwell, #3 Chris Plummer) @ 5:39

    4-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 15 ( #3 Chris Plummer) @ 9:38

    5-0 HVAC #0 Garrett Plummer 1 ( #8 Paul Miller, #13 Dave Wilkinson) @ 11:39

    6-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 3 ( #5 Jim Duest, #13 Dave Wilkinson ) @ 13:16

    Penalties

    CAR #23 Zach Johnson 2 Hook @ 5:19

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 16 (Unassisted) @ 5:14

    7-1 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 15 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #77 Zach Leo ) @ 6:39

    7-2 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 16 ( #16 Troy Ancti, #5 Cam Spring) @ 7:20

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 18 shots, 16 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 41 shots, 34 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 6-4-1 13 points: Carter’s 6-5 12 points

  317. Rob Campbell had 3 goals and Chris Plummer dished off 4 assist to lead the attack and Josh Larrabee kicked aside 21 out of 22 shots to lead HVAC (7-4-1) to a 8-1 victory over PFD (0-12)….

    Just 53 seconds in, Campbell would pick up a loose puck break in alone on a break-away and find the back of the net….Paul Miller would one time a feed from Plummer at the 6:52 mark to give HVAC a 2-0 lead after 1…

    Campbell would be the only player to find the back of the net in the 2nd period, taking a pass from Miller and fire a shot over the glove of Robbie to make it 3-0 HVAC after 2….

    HVAC would put the game away early in the 3rd, Just 18 seconds in Charlie Elwell would tip home a pass from Plummer to make it 4-0…..Jim Duest would find the back of the net at the 5:08 mark, ripping home a feed from Elwell and it was 5-0…Campbell to complete the hat-trick take a pass from Miller and breaking in alone and backhanding a shot past Robbie to make it 6-0…Just over a minute later, Elwell would bang home a feed from Plummer to make it a 7-0 game….PFD would get on the board with a nice goal from John Brennan as he went end to end and roofed a shot over Larrabee glove for his 14th goal of the year…With time wining down, Miller would one time home a feed from Plummer to round out the scoring in a 8-1 HVAC win…

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 8 PFD 1

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 9 (Unassisted) @ :53

    2-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 7 ( #3 Chris Plummer , #12 Adam Bear) @ 6:52

    Penalties

    HVAC #12 Adam Bear 2 Trip @ 4:18

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 10 ( #8 Paul Miller , #2 Rob Mitchell ) @ 6:21

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 4 ( #3 Chris Plummer, #7 Justin Rice) @ :18

    5-0 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 5 ( #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 5:08

    6-0 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 11 ( #8 Paul Miller, #0 Josh Larrabee) @ 6:13

    7-0 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 5 ( #3 Chris Plummer, #7 Justin Rice) @ 7:52

    7-1 PFD #16 John Brennan 14 ( #28 Mike Devoid) @ 9:43

    8-1 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 8 ( #3 Chris Plummer, #5 Jim Duest ) @ 13:38

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 22 shots, 21 saves): PFD Robbie ( 33 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 7-4-1 15 points: PFD 0-12 0 points

  318. On Sunday night the Outrage(8-3-1) and Carter’s (6-6) meet up an another instant classic game broke out…Travis Dunn had 2 goals for the Outrage and Ben Richards kicked aside 28 out of 31 shots, while Zach Johnson had 2 goals and Troy Anctil had a goal and 2 assist for Carter’s….

    The first period belonged to goalies Richards and Mike Rullo as they stopped every shot sent in their direction….

    The Outrage would break though at the 2:23 mark of the 2nd when Brain April would bang home a Tim Pushard point shot that was tipped by Dan Charette…Half-way though the 2nd Carter’s would knot the game at 1: Johnson would one time a feed from Anctil up and over Richards @ the 6:34 mark…1-1 After 2…

    3:53 into the 3rd, Johnson would again find the back of the net ripping an Anctil shot over the blocker of Richards for his league leading 18th goal…1:58 later, Dunn would tie the game up for the Outrage taking a break-out pass from Josiah Morse and blasing a shot low stick side past Rullo….With 6:39 left in the game Anctil would again give Carter’s a one goal lead picking off a clearing pass and firing a shot past Richards…1:56 later, Dunn would again tie the game taking a feed from Morse and walking pass the D man and fire a shot past Rullo…Jeremy Harmon would tap home a great pass from Andrew Sneider off an offensive zone face-off with just 57 seconds left to give the Outrage the lead for good…Sneider would find the empty net to put the game on ice: 5-3 Outrage….

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 5 Carter’s 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    OUT #2 Matt Coro 2 Trip @ 10:37

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #4 Brian April 5 ( #15 Dan Charette , #6 Tim Pushard ) @ 2:23

    1-1 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 17 ( #16 Troy Anctil, #15 Tim Pawloski) @ 6:48

    Penalties

    OUT #4 Brian April 2 Trip @ 4:00

    CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 2 Trip @ 10:57

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 18 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 3:53

    2-2 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 9 ( #19 Josiah Morse) @ 5:51

    3-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 12 (Unassisted) @ 7:21

    3-3 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 10 ( #19 Josiah Morse, #2 Matt Coro ) @ 9:17

    4-3 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 8 ( #18 Andrew Sneider) @ 13:02

    5-3 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 8 ( Unassisted) @ 13:41 en

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies: Outrage Ben Richards ( 31 shots, 28 saves): Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 30 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 8-3-1 17 points: Carter’s 6-6 12 points

  319. Anthony Menario and Kevin Boyce each had 2 goals and an assist to pace to the attack for Eyes on Rosemont (6-6) in a 7-3 win over Atlantic (5-6)….Josh Choiniere had 2 goals and an assist in a losing effort for Atlantic…

    Menario opened the scoring just 19 seconds in picking off and errant pass and firing a shot past Joe Parker to give the Eyes and early lead…. Boyce would fire a loose puck that found the back of the net for the Eyes at the 11;49 mark to give the Eyes a 2-0 lead after 1….

    With time winding down in the 2nd period, Menario too a nice pass from Andrew Portwine and one timed a shot past Parker: 3-0 Eyes after 2….

    Choiniere would find the back of the net for Atlantic 3:05 into the 3rd, taking a break-out pass from Joe Sturtevant and fire a shot past Joe Foster to cut the lead to two…Just over a minute later, Chad Sirois would bang home a rebound of a Greg Bouley shot to make it a 4-1 game for the Eyes….51 seconds later, Jamie Ward tipped home a beautiful pass from Choiniere to cut the lead down to two again but Just 44 seconds later Sirois would again restore the 3 goal lead, firing a pass from Menario past Parker: 5-2 Eyes…Choiniere would again find the back of the net on a nice wrap around goal off a feed from Sturtevant and it was 5-3 but the Eyes would put the game away with two late goals: the first Ryan Daly one timed a pass Nate Dionne and then Boyce would tip home a pass from Daly for the 7-3 final….

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 7 Atlantic 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 4 (Unassisted) @ :19

    2-0 EYE #24 Kevin Boyce 7 (Unassisted) @ 11:49

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 5 ( #77 Andrew Portwine) @ 13:44

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 12 ( #9 Joe Sturtevant, #17 Mark Embury) @ 3:05

    4-1 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 9 ( #0 Greg Bouley) @ 5:56

    4-2 ATL #0 Jamie Ward 3 ( #87 Josh Choiniere , #41 Cody Norton) @ 5:13

    5-2 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 10 ( #0 Anthony Menario) @ 5:56

    5-3 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 13 ( #9 Joe Sturtevant ) @ 8:50

    6-3 EYE #1 Ryan Daly 1 ( #0 Nate Dionne, #24 Kevin Boyce) @ 12:01

    7-3 EYE #24 Kevin Boyce 8 ( #1 Ryan Daly, #5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 12:38

    Goalies:

    Eyes On Rosemont Joe Foster ( 22 shots, 19 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 21 shots, 14 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes On Rosemont 6-6 12 points: Atlantic 5-6 10 points

  320. Ron Giroux and Scott Libby had 2 goals apiece to lift Homestead (6-4-2) to a 4-2 come from behind victory over Sebago Brew (7-5) on Thursday night….Julian Kaelin was outstanding in net for Sebago kicking aside 24 out of 28 shots….

    Kevin Hopkins would score the only goal though the first two periods 5:18 into the first: taking a pass from Nat Germond and blasting a point shot past a screened Mike Payne…

    Kaelin and Payne would keep both team at bay in the 2nd: 1-0 Sebago Brew after 2….

    Giroux would knot the game up at one 1:46 into the 3rd, picking up a loose puck and firing a wrist shot that beat Kaelin stick side….At the 6:19 mark, Libby would take a nice feed from Ben Daigle and fire a shot up and over a Kaelin to give Homestead a 2-1 lead….Giroux would strike again just over 3 minutes later, blasting a point shot that eluded Kaelin to make it a 3-1 game…Sebago wouldn’t go away quietly as the stuck less than a minute later when Tom Forgues took a nice break-out pass from Chip Brewer and broke in alone on Payne and slid a shot under him to cut the lead in half…Payne would make an outstanding save in the last minute before Libby would put the game away in the last seconds finding the back of the net with a nice wrist shot…4-2 Homestead….

    Box Score

    Score

    Homestead 4 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 3 ( #37 Nat Germond, #7 Chip Brewer ) @ 5:18

    Penalties

    HOME # 12 Gabe Gumiond 2 Trip @ :11

    HOME #15 Ben Daigle 2 Hold @ 9:14

    HOME #4 Ron Giroux 2 Hold @ 12:24

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    SB #0 Bernard McCaffery 2 Trip @ 4:46

    3rd Period

    Goals

    1-1 HOME #4 Ron Giroux 4 (Unassisted) @ 1:46

    2-1 HOME #11 Scott Libby 3 ( #15 Ben Daigle) @ 6:19

    3-1 HOME #4 Ron Giroux 5 (Unassisted) @ 9:32

    3-2 SB #19 Tom Forgues 3 ( #7 Chip Brewer) @ 10:38

    4-2 HOME #11 Scott Libby 4 (Unassisted) @ 13:55

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Homestead Mike Payne ( 14 shots, 12 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 28 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Homestead 6-4-2 14 points: Sebago Brew 7-5 14 points

  321. Troy Anctil had 2 goals and an assist and Zach Johnson and Greg Shapiro each dished out 3 assist in leading the Carter’s (7-6) attack in a 7-1 victory over the Eyes on Rosemont (6-7)….

    Dave Spencer would open the scoring tipping home a nice cross crease pass from Shapiro at the 8:44 mark of the 1st….Anctil would score on a pretty give and go feed with Johnson 1:30 later to extend carter’s lead to 2 goals….John Spring would take a feed from Pete Mirehouse and fire a shot past Joe Foster just over a minute later and it was 3-0 Carter’s after 1….

    Zach Leo would be the only play to find the back of the net in the 2nd period at the 1:36 mark, ripping home a feed from Johnson: 4-0 Carter’s after 2…

    4:12 into the 3rd, Andrew Portwine would get the Eyes on the board banging home a rebound of a Nate Dionne shot…Just 40 seconds later, Anctil would one time home a feed from Johnson and restore carter’s 4 goal lead….1:19 after that, Mirehouse would find the back of the net off a feed from Spencer and make it a 6-1 game…Bill Kennedy would rip home a pass from Anctil to round out the scoring in a 7-1 Carter’s victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 7 Eyes on Rosemont 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #7 Dave Spencer 4 ( #18 Greg Sharpiro, #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 8:44

    2-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 13 ( #23 Zach Johnson) @ 10:27

    3-0 CAR #17 John Spring 4 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #18 Greg Shapiro) @ 11:47

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 CAR #77 Zach Leo 2 ( #23 Zach Johnson, #15 Tim Pawloski) @ 1:36

    Penalties

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Trip @ 3:14

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 10 ( #0 Nate Dionne , #3 Chad Sirois) @ 4:12

    5-1 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 14 ( #23 Zach Johnson, #9 Bill Kennedy) @ 4:52

    6-1 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 5 ( #7 Dave Spencer , #18 Greg Shapiro) @ 6:11

    7-1 CAR #9 Bill Kennedy 1 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #77 Zach Leo ) @ 8:23

    Penalties

    CAR #77 Zach Leo 2 Slash @ 1:40

    CAR #77 Zach Leo 2 Rough @ 11:51

    EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 2 Rough @ 11:51

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Slash @ 12:51

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 17 shots, 16 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 30 shots, 23 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 7-6 14 points: Eyes on Rosemont 6-7 12 points

  322. Gabe Gumiond would score in the 11th round of the shootout to give Homestead (7-4-2)the extra point in a victory over HVAC (7-4-2) on Sunday night…Mike Payne and Josh Larrabee would lock in quite a goaltending duel combining to make 56 total saves and 19 out of 22 in the shootout…

    Rob Campbell would find the back of the net just 49 seconds in for HVAC taking a feed from Jim Duest and slipping a nice backhand shot past Payne….Andy Souza would fire a pass from Chris Roop over the glove of Larrabee at the 8:14 makr to knot the game at 1 after 1….

    Souza would again find the back of the net at the 9:09 mark of the 2nd, banging home a rebound of a Roop shot: 2-1 Homestead after 2….

    Dave Marasso would tie the game up halfway though the 3rd for HVAC taking a pass from Charlie Elwell and firing a screen shot past Payne…Both net-minders would then take over making save after save and forcing a shootout….

    Souza would score of the first shootout shot with a pretty move to the glove side but in HVAC last chance to tie it, Justin Rice made a nice move and roofed and backhand shot up and over Payne: the rest of the shootout belonged to the netmiders for the next 8 rounds until Gumiond found the back of the net: 3-2 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Homestead 3 HVAC 2 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 12 ( #5 Jim Duest) @ :49

    1-1 HOME #10 Andy Souza 3 ( #0 Chris Roop, # 12 Gabe Gumiond) @ 8:14

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 HOME #10 Andy Souza 4 ( #0 Chris Roop, # 12 Gabe Gumiond) @ 9:09

    Penalties

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Rough @ 14:00

    HOME #18 Nick Porto 2 Rough @ 14:00

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 HVAC #4 Dave Massaro 2 ( #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 6:33

    Penalties

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Hold-Stick @ 7:17

    HVAC #12 Adam Bear 2 High-Stick @ 8:04

    Shootout GWG #12 HOME Gabe Gumiond in Round 11

    Goalies:

    Homestead Mike Payne ( 29 shots, 27 saves): HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 31 shots, 29 saves)

    Team Records

    Homestead Mortgage 7-4-2 16 points: HVAC 7-4-2 16 points

  323. Travis Dunn had 4 goals and an assist and Matt Coro had a goal and 4 assist to pace the attack in the Outrage (9-3-1) 10-1 win over Sebago Brew (7-6)….

    Brain April would open up the scoring for the Outrage just 1:43 into the game taking a feed from Chris Tarazewich and firing a backhander past Julian Kaelin…34 seconds later Dunn would take a feed from Coro and fire a a shot past Kaeling and it was 2-0…1:04 after that, Dunn would again find the back of the net off a nice break-out pass from Coro and it was quickly 3-0 Outrage….At the 6:29 mark, Dunn would complete his hat-trick, taking a feed from Gordon Clark and firing a shot past Kaelin 4-0 Outrage….1:30 later, Clark would finish off the 1st period outburst for the Outrage, finding the back of the net off a feed from Josiah Morse….5-0 Outrage after 1….

    Coro would find the back of the net at the 5:53 mark of the 2nd, one timing a pass from Andrew Sneider past Kaelin: 6-0 Outrage….Sebago would get one back at the 10:29 mark, when Tom Forgues took a feed from Lars Sjulander and fired a shot past Ben Richards to cut the lead back to five….With just over a minute left in the 2nd, Dunn would find the net again, taking a feed from Morse and finding the back of the net: 7-1 Outrage after 2….

    Tarazewich would cut in from the point and one time a Tim Pushard pass over Kaelin’s blocker and it was 8-1…Morse would bang home a rebound off his own shot to make it a 9-1 game and Clark would find the back of the net off a nice pass from April to make it a 10-1 final….

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 10 Sebago Brew 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #4 Brian April 6 ( #12 Chris Tarazewich, #19 Josiah Morse) @ 1:43

    2-0 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 11 ( #2 Matt Coro) @ 2:17

    3-0 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 12 ( #2 Matt Coro) @ 3:21

    4-0 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 13 ( #18 Gordon Clark, #2 Matt Coro) @ 6:29

    5-0 OUT #18 Gordon Clark 3 ( #19 Josiah Morse) @ 7:59

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-0 OUT #2 Matt Coro 2 ( #18 Andrew Sneider, #11 Travis Dunn) @ 5:53

    6-1 SB #19 Tom Forgues 4 ( #20 Lars Sjulander) @ 10:29

    7-1 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 14 ( #19 Josiah Morse, #6 Tim Pushard ) @ 12:57

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    8-1 OUT #12 Chris Tarazewich 4 ( #6 Tim Pushard, #22 Phil Pinkham) @ 5:05

    9-1 OUT #19 Josiah Morse 4 ( #44 Dave May, #2 Matt Coro) @ 6:15

    10-1 OUT #18 Gordon Clark 4 ( #4 Brian April ) @ 6:58

    Penalties

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 Slash @ :19

    OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 4 Rough @ :19

    OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 10 Misconduct @ :19

    Goalies:

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 17 shots, 16 saves): Seabgo Brew Julian Kaelin ( 34 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 9-3-1 19 points: Sebago Brew 7-6 14 points

  324. Alex Madruga, Chris Roop and Mike Dandy all had hat-trick for the Ice Lords (7-4-1) in an 11-5 win over Atlantic (5-7) on Thursday night….Sean McGoldrick had a hat-trick in a losing effort for Atlantic…

    McGoldrick would open up the scoring @ the 3:23 mark of the 1st, pick off a pass and firing a shot past Jim Cabral….Dandy would knot the game up at one for the Ice Lords just over 2 minutes later, firing a shot past Joe Parker….40 seconds later, Jake Hall would one time home a feed from Cody Norton to give Atlantic a 2-1 lead…Roop would tie the game up at the 10:04 mark, ripping a pass from Dustin Mathews into the back of the net….Dennis Patenaude would fire home a pass from Brandon Martin to give the Ice Lords a 3-2 lead after 1…

    1:28 into the 2nd, Roop would one time home a pass from Chris Marston to make it a 4-2 game….Madruga would take a feed from Marston and fire a shot past Parker to make it a 5-2 game….Roop would tally at the 11:17 mark, taking a feed from Matt Brooks and finding the back of the net to make it 6-2 Ice Lords after 2…

    Hall would fire a shot past Cabral 1:12 into the 3rd cutting the lead down to three… 18 seconds after the Hall goal, Dandy would fire a pass from Mathews over Parker’s glove to make it a 7-3 game….1:17 later, Dandy would again find the back of the net this time taking a break-out pass from Brook and it was 8-3…At the 4:26 mark, Madruga would pick up a kick save from Cabral and break in alone one Parker and find the back of the net and it was 9-3….45 seconds later, McGoldrick would find the back of the net one timing home a feed from Hall to make it 9-4 but just 21 seconds later, Brooks rfired a point shot that found the back of the net to make it a 10-4 game….McGoldrick would complete his hat-trick at the 7:22 mark, again finding the net off a feed from Hall but Madruga would put the game away taking a feed from Roop and beating Parker to round out the scoring in the 11-5 win….

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 11 Atlantic 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 11 (Unassisted) @ 3:23

    1-1 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 11 (Unassisted) @ 5:47

    2-1 ATL #15 Jake Hall 2 ( #41 Cody Norton) @ 6:27

    2-2 ICE #5 Chris Roop 2 ( #8 Dustin Mathews ) @ 10:04

    3-2 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 6 ( #10 Brandon Martin) @ 12:05

    Penalties

    ATL #17 Mark Embury 2 Rough @ 13:38

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Rough @ 13:38

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-2 ICE #5 Chris Roop 3 ( #21 Chris Marston ) @ 1:28

    5-2 ICE #47 Alex Madruga 5 ( #21 Chris Marston, #5 Chris Roop ) @ 6:19

    6-2 ICE #5 Chris Roop 4 ( #17 Matt Brooks, #8 Dustin Mathews ) @ 11:17

    Penalties

    ATL #15 Jake Hall 2 Rough @ 7:53

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-3 ATL #15 Jake Hall 3 (Unassisted) @ 1:12

    7-3 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 12 ( #8 Dustin Mathews ) @ 1:30

    8-3 ICE #4 Mike Dandy 13 ( #17 Matt Brooks, #10 Brandon Martin) @ 2:47

    9-3 ICE #47 Alex Madruga 6 ( #43 Jim Cabral ) @ 4:26

    9-4 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 12 ( #15 Jake Hall) @ 5:09

    10-4 ICE #17 Matt Brooks 4 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude) @ 5:30

    10-5 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 13 ( #15 Jake Hall, #9 Joe Sturtevant ) @ 7:22

    11-5 ICE #47 Alex Madruga 7 ( #5 Chris Roop, #21 Chris Marston) @ 13:00

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 25 shots, 20 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 30 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 7-4-1 15 points: Atlantic 5-7 10 points

  325. Josiah Morse had 3 goals and one assist and Travis Dunn had a goal and 4 assist to help pace a balanced attack in the Outrage’s(10-3-1) 11-1 victory over PFD (0-13) in action on Sunday night….

    Andrew Sneider would open the scoring 2:15 into the game, picking up a loose puck and firing a shot five hole on Kai Becksvoort to give the Outrage a 1-0 lead…Just over 2 minutes later, Gordon Clark would find the back of the net of a nice feed from Morse to make it 2-0….At the 8:07 mark, Dunn would tip home a nice feed from John Dubois to make it a 3-0 game…1:08 later, Sneider would fire home a pass from Jeremy Harmon to make it a 4-0 game….Morse would strike twice within a 30 seconds span, the first off a feed from Dunn and the 2nd off a break-out pass from Tim Pushard to make it a 6-0 Outrage lead after 1….

    Morse would complete his hat-trick 6:20 into the 2nd, one timing home a feed from Dunn to make it a 7-0 game…Brain April would fire a a pass from Dubois past Becksvoort just over 2 minutes later to make it 8-0 Outrage after 2….

    Harmon would one time home a nice cross ice pass from Dave May, 2:08 into the 3rd to make it a 9-0 game….May would strike himself, as Harmon returned the favor a set him up 6 minutes later and it was a 10-0 game….PFD would break the shutout bid just over a minute later when Arron Bridges went end to end a roofed a shot over Ben Richards….In the dying seconds April would take a feed from Dan Charette to bury a shot in the back of the net to round out the scoring in the 11-1 Outrage victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 11 PFD 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 9 (Unassisted) @ 2:15

    2-0 OUT #18 Gordon Clark 5 ( #19 Josiah Morse , #12 Chris Tarazewich) @ 4:26

    3-0 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 15 ( #17 John Dubois, #4 Brian April ) @ 8:07

    4-0 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 10 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon, #34 Mike Fellows) @ 9:15

    5-0 OUT #19 Josiah Morse 5 ( #11 Travis Dunn , #2 Matt Coro) @ 12:38

    6-0 OUT #19 Josiah Morse 6 ( #6 Tim Pushard, #11 Travis Dunn) @ 13:18

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    7-0 OUT #19 Josiah Morse 7 ( #11 Travis Dunn) @ 6:20

    8-0 OUT #4 Brian April 7 ( #17 John Dubois) @ 8:31

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    9-0 OUT #3 Jeremy Harmon 9 ( #44 Dave May, #11 Travis Dunn) @ 2:08

    10-0 OUT #44 Dave May 4 ( #3 Jeremy Harmon, #2 Matt Coro) @ 8:05

    10-1 PFD #4 Arron Bridges 1 (Unassisted) @ 9:14

    11-1 OUT #4 Brian April 8 ( #15 Dan Charette) @ 13:50

    Penalties

    None

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 18 shots, 17 saves): P Fire Dept Kai Becksvoort ( 34 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 10-3-1 21 points: P Fire Dept 0-12 0 points

  326. Colin Finn had 2 goals and an assist in the 3rd period and Donny Gearan kicked aside 23 out of 25 shots to lead ST Joes (8-2) to a 7-2 victory over the Eyes on Rosemont (6-8) squad….Anthony Menario has a goal and an assist in a losing effort for the Eyes….

    Nate Dionne opened the scoring for the Eyes 9:53 into the game, taking a breakout pass from Menario and firing a shot stick side on a break-away….55 Seconds later, Chris Sacoco picked up a loose puck and fired a shot past Joe Foster to knot the score at one….Less than a minute later, Sacoco struck again finding the back of the net off a feed from Kyle Bennett to give St Joes a 2-1 lead after 1….

    The only goal of the 2nd period was a thing of beauty, a set play off a face-off win by Kevin Boyce, Andrew Portwine would slide a beautiful cross ice blueline pass that Menario one timed into the back of the net at the 12:56 mark made it a 2-2 game going into the 3rd….

    TJ Garske, would take a feed from Finn and fire a shot over the blocker of Foster 6:23 into the 3rd to give St Joes a 3-2 lead…Just over 2 minutes later, Finn would find the back of the net off a feed from Sacoco to make it a 4-2 game and the wheels feel of for the Eyes….12 seconds later, Finn would again find the back of the net off a feed from Andy Kaherl and it was 5-2….Jake DiPrizio would one time home a feed from Chris Quattrucci to make it a 6-2 game and then Nick Schnette would take a feed from DiPrizo and bury a shot in the back of the net to round out the scoring in a 7-2 St Joes win….

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 7 Eyes on Rosemont 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #0 Nate Dionne 3 ( #0 Anthony Menario) @ 9:53

    1-1 STJ #9 Chris Sacoco 4 (Unassisted) @ 10:48

    2-1 STJ #9 Chris Sacoco 5 ( #10 Kyle Bennett , #19 Colin Finn) @ 11:53

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 6 ( #77 Andrew Portwine, #24 Kevin Boyce) @ 12:56

    Penalties

    STJ #4 TJ Garske 2 Hook @ 5:05

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 STJ #4 TJ Garske 8 ( #19 Colin Finn) @ 6:23

    4-2 STJ #19 Colin Finn 2 ( #9 Chris Sacoco) @ 8:55

    5-2 STJ #19 Colin Finn 3 ( #3 Andy Kaherl ) @ 9:07

    6-2 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 5 ( #8 Chris Quattrucci , #10 Kyle Bennett ) @ 10:39

    7-2 STJ #26 Nick Schnette 6 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio , #8 Chris Quattrucci ) @ 10:51

    Penalties

    EYE #0 Anthony Menario 2 Trip @ 13:05

    Goalies:

    St Joes Donny Gearan (25 shots, 23 saves) : Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 32 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    St Joes 8-2 16 points: Eyes on Rosemont 6-8 12 points

  327. Sean McGoldrick had 2 goals and Jake Hall and Mike Lombardi each had a goal and an assist to lead a Atlantic (6-7) to a 5-2 victory over the Tradesman(5-7) in action last night….Donny Gearan was brilliant in net for the Tradesman kicking aside 34 shots in a losing effort….

    McGoldrick would open up the scoring 4:27 into the game one timing home a beautiful cross ice pass from Mike Lombardi to give Atlantic the early lead….At the 9:47 mark, Noah Miner would take a pass from Chris Neault a fire a shot past Joe Parker to knot the score at 1 after 1….

    Mark Embury would tap home a nice cross crease pass from Hall 3:15 into the 2nd ti give Atlantic a 2-1 lead…C Neault would tie the game up for the Tradesman on the power play just over 2 minutes later, banging home a rebound of a Miner shot….1:14 after that, McGoldrick would score a beautiful goal skating end to end and slipping a backhand shot five hole to give Atlantic it’s lead back for good…. Hall would take a pass from Tyler Dyment and fire a shot over Gearan’s glove to make it 4-2 Atlantic after 2…

    To start the 3rd we had an interesting situation as Ryan Neault took a penalty for tripping and had 26 second left over but sent somebody else over to serve it: nice Ryan!!! Anyway, back to the game, Lombardi wold put the game on ice taking a nice pass from Rob Simpson and going backhand to forehand slammed a shot past Gearan to round out the scoring in a 5-2 Atlantic win….

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 5 Tradesman 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 14 (#7 Mike Lombardi , #9 Joe Sturtevant) @ 4:27

    1-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 13 ( #12 Chris Neault, # 15 Ryan Neault) @ 9:47

    Penalties

    ATL #0 Nate Dionne 2 Trip @ :22

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 ATL #17 Mark Embury 2 ( #15 Jake Hall, #8 Rob Simpson) @ 3:15

    2-2 TRA #12 Chris Neault 6 ( #24 Noah Miner) @ 5:25 pp

    3-2 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 15 (Unassisted) @ 6:39

    4-2 ATL #15 Jake Hall 4 ( #1 Tyler Dyment) @ 11:39

    Penalties

    ATL #9 Joe Sturtevant 2 Hook @ 4:40

    TRA # 15 Ryan Neault 2 Trip @ 12:19

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-2 ATL #7 Mike Lombardi 3 ( #8 Rob Simpson , #9 Joe Sturtevant ) @ 12:53

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Atlantic Joe Parker ( 15 shots, 13 saves): Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 39 shots, 34 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 6-7 12 points: Tradesman 5-7 10 points

  328. Ron Giroux and Gabe Guimond each had a goal and an assist and Mike Payne kicked aside 27 out of 31 shots to lead Homestead (8-4-2) to a dramatic 5-4 come from behind victory over the Ice Lords (7-5-1)….Chris Marston had a goal and 2 assist for the Ice Lords in a losing effort….

    Gabe Guimond opened to scoring 6:33 into the first ripping home a feed from Kevin Colangeo to beat netminder Jim Cabral stick side: 1-0 Homestead….Chris Roop would knot the score at one just 50 seconds later finding the back of the net off a nice pass from Marston: 1-1 after 1….

    Matt Dumont would bang home a rebound of a Pat Boleza shot 4:57 into the 2nd ti give the Ice Lords a 2-1 lead….Marston would take a feed from Roop and fire a shot over Payne’s glove on the power play to extend the Ice Lords lead to two….Just 50 seconds later, Andy Souza would tap home a pass from Jeff Sampson to cut the lead to one after 2: 3-2….

    Brandon Martin would bang a rebound of a Dennis Patenaude shot out of mid-air and into the back of the net 4:48 into the 3rd to give the Lords a 4-2 lead…Homestead would kick it into another gear and Payne would make two or 3 game changing saves to change the complexion of the game: with 4:48 left in the game, Matt Martelle would take a beautiful break-out pass from Giroux and break in alone on Cabral and fire a shot stick side to cut the lead to one….With 1:10 left, Ben Daigle would bang home a rebound of a Guimond chance to knot the score at four and it was looking like we were headed to a shootout….With just 7.7 seconds left on the clock Giroux found the back of the net off a Scott Libby shot to complete the improbable comeback: 5-4 Homestead….

    Box Score

    Score

    Homestead 5 Ice Lords 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HOME # 12 Gabe Gumiond 10 ( #25 Kevin Colangelo) @ 6:33

    1-1 ICE #5 Chris Roop 5 ( #21 Chris Marston) @ 7:23

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 ICE #17 Matt Dumont 1 ( #28 Pat Boleza, #8 Dustin Mathews) @ 4:57

    3-1 ICE #21 Chris Marston 9 ( #5 Chris Roop, #16 Brad Mills) @ 7:59 pp

    3-2 HOME #10 Andy Souza 5 ( #6 Jeff Sampson) @ 8:51

    Penalties

    HOME #11 Scott Libby 2 Rough @ 6:40

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Slash @ 11:35

    HOME #18 Nick Porto 2 Hold @ 13:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 9 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude, #21 Chris Marston) @ 4:48

    4-3 HOME #1 Matt Martelle 7 ( #4 Ron Giroux) @ 9:02

    4-4 HOME #15 Ben Daigle 7 ( # 12 Gabe Gumiond) @ 12:50

    5-4 HOME #4 Ron Giroux 6 ( #11 Scott Libby) @ 13:53

    Penalties

    HOME #8 Dave Madsen 2 High-Stick @ :24

    ICE #21 Chris Marston 2 Trip @ 5:34

    HOME #25 Kevin Colangelo 2 Hook @ 5:47

    Goalies:

    Homestead Mortgage Mike Payne ( 31 shots, 27 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 26 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Homestead Mortgage 8-4-2 18 points: Ice Lords 7-5-1 15 points

  329. Troy Anctil had 2 goals and 2 assist to help pace the attack for Carter’s (8-6) in a 6-3 victory over Sebago Brew (7-7) in action on Thursday night…Chip Brewer had 2 goals for Sebago in a losing effort….

    Anctil opened up the scoring 6:01 into the game picking up a loos puck and firing a shot past Julian Kaelin: 1-0 Carter’s….Just over a minute later, Brewer would pick off a clearing pass and fire a shot up and over the Glove of Mike Rullo to knot the score at 1….Zach Johnson would one time home and nice give and go feed from Anctil to give Carter’s a 2-1 lead after 1….

    3:59 into the 2nd period, Johnson would again find the back of the net taking a break-out pass from Anctil and beating Kaelin to make it a 3-1 game…Gene St Cyr would tip home a point shot from Kevin Hopkins at the 11:03 makr to cut the lead in half and make it a 3-2 game after 2….

    Brewer would tie the game up at 3 2:40 into the 3rd, taking a feed from Arty Mclean and slipping a backhander past Rullo to knot the score up at 3…With just over 4 minutes left, John Spring took a feed from Pete Mirehouse and fired a screen shot past Kaelin to give Carter’s a 4-3 lead….2 minutes later, Mirehouse would pick off a pass and bang home a rebound of his own shot to make it a 5-3 game….Anctil would score on a break-away in the dying seconds to round out the scoring in a 6-3 Carter’s victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 6 Sebago Brew 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 15 (Unassisted) @ 6:01

    1-1 SB #7 Chip Brewer 6 (Unassisted) @ 7:17

    2-1 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 19 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 12:24

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 20 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 3:59

    3-2 SB #22 Gene St Cyr 1 ( #12 Kevin Hopkins, #19 Tom Forgues) @ 11:03

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 SB #7 Chip Brewer 7 ( #1 Arty Mclean) @ 2:40

    4-3 CAR #17 John Spring 5 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #15 Tim Pawloski) @ 9:35

    5-3 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 6 (Unassisted) @ 11:26

    6-3 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 16 (Unassisted) @ 13:45

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 17 shots, 14 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 32 shots, 26 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 8-6 16 points: Sebago Brew 7-7 14 points

  330. Greg Meehan had 3 goals and an assist, Moses Sabina had 2 goals and an assist and Andrew Portwine had a goal and 4 assist to help pace a 54 shot attack as the Eyes on Rosemont (7-8) downed the P Fire Dept (0-14) 8-2 last night….Kai Becksvoort was outstanding in net for PFD kicking aside 46 shots….

    Portwine would stick right off the opening faceoff, picking up a loose puck and firing a shot over Becksvoort glove…1-0 Eyes after 1….

    1:19 into the 2nd, Sabina would flip a rebound of a Portwine point shot up and over Becksvoort to make it a 2-0 game…..Anthony Menario would take a feed from Stanley Sampson and fire a shot that found the back of the net to make it 3-0 at the 4:02 mark….S Sampson would strike himself, taking a pass from Sabina and sliding a shot past Beckvoort to make it a 4-0 lead for the Eyes after 2….

    20 seconds into the 3rd, Meehan would tap home a rebound of a Portwine shot to make it a 5-0 game….Just over 2 minutes later, Meehan would strike again, taking a nice break-out pass from Portwine and find the back of the net on a break-away: 6-0 Eyes….John Brennan would get PFD on the board pick up a loose puck and firing a shot past Joe Foster and then at the 11:30 mark, Brennan would find the back of the net off a feed from Chris Pirone to make it a 6-2 game….Sabina would put the game away with a beautiful tip off a Portwine pint shot at the 12:09 mark: 7-2…Meehan would finish of the hat-trick in the dying seconds one timing home a feed from S Sampson…Final 8-2 Eyes…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 8 PFD 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 11 (Unassisted) @:19

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 EYE #25 Moses Sabina 1 ( #77 Andrew Portwine, #0 Anthony Menario) @ 1:19

    3-0 EYE #0 Anthony Menario 7 ( #5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 4:02

    4-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 5 ( #25 Moses Sabina, #33 Greg Meehan) @ 6:20

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-0 EYE #33 Greg Meehan 4 ( #77 Andrew Portwine, #0 Anthony Menario ) @ :20

    6-0 EYE #33 Greg Meehan 5 ( #77 Andrew Portwine) @ 2:38

    6-1 PFD #16 John Brennan 15 (Unassisted) @ 7:18

    6-2 PFD #16 John Brennan 16 ( #22 Chris Pirone, #27 Daryle Rawnsely) @ 11:30

    7-2 EYE #25 Moses Sabina 2 ( #77 Andrew Portwine, #5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 12:09

    8-2 EYE #33 Greg Meehan 6 ( #5 Stanley Sampson ) @ 13:35

    Penalties

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Rough @ 8:24

    PFD #16 John Brennan 2 Rough @ 8:24

    Goalies:

    Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 14 shots, 12 saves): P Fire Dept Kai Becksvoort ( 54 shots, 46 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 7-8 14 points: P Fire Dept 0-14 0 points

  331. Dave Wilkinson had 2 goals and Charlie Elwell had a goal and an assist while Josh Larrabee kicked aside 24 out of 25 shots to lead HVAC (8-4-2) to a 4-1 win over the Outrage (10-4-1) on Sunday night….

    Wilkinson would open up the scoring 2:58 into the game taking feed from Elwell and firing a shot over the glove of netminder Ben Richards to give HVAC the early lead….Dan Charette would knot the game up at one just over two minutes later, tipping home a nice cross ice pass from Gordon Clark….at the 10:16 mark, Wilkinson would pick of a loose pass break in all alone and fire a shot low stick side to give HVAC a one goal lead…Just over a minute later, Elwell would one time home a nice feed from Jim Duest to make it a 3-1 game after 1….

    The 2nd period belonged to the netminders as Larrabee and Richards put up their walls and kicked aside every shot: 3-1 HVAC after 2…..

    Paul Miller would put the game on ice for HVAC taking a break-out pass from Adam bear and firing a shot up and over the glove of Richards to seal a 4-1 victory for HVAC….

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 4 Outrage 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 17 ( #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 2:58

    1-1 OUT #15 Dan Charette 9 ( #18 Gordon Clark ) @ 5:19

    2-1 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 18 (Unassisted) @ 10:16

    3-1 HVAC #9 Charlie Elwell 6 ( #5 Jim Duest, #12 Adam Bear ) @ 11:39

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Hold @ 10:24

    OUT #18 Gordon Clark 2 Cross-Check @ 13:25

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 9 ( #12 Adam Bear ) @ 11:47

    Penalties

    OUT #12 Chris Tarazewich 2 Rough @ 9:21

    Goalies:

    HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 25 shots, 24 saves): Outrage Ben Richards ( 26 shots, 22 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 8-4-2 18 points: Outrage 10-4-1 21 points

  332. Mike Rullo kicked aside 29 out of 32 shots sent in his direction an Troy Anctil had 3 3rd period assist to help propel Carter’s (9-6) to a 5-3 win over Homestead (8-5-2) in action last Thursday night….

    2:26 into the game, Cam Spring cut in from the point and one timed a nice feed from Pete Mirehouse past netminder Mike Payne to give Carter’s the early lead…Mirehouse would find the back of the net off a nice feed from Tim Pawloski @ the 7:32 mark, to give Carter’s a 2-0 lead after 1….

    Gabe Guimond would strike twice in the 2nd period for Homestead: the first @ the 7:29 mark, taking a feed from Ron Giroux and firing a shot past Rullo to make it a 2-1 game….Just over 3 minutes later, Guimond would pick up a loose puck and find the back of the net to even the score at 2 after 2….

    Bill Kennedy would give Carter’s the lead back 3:20 into the 3rd, banging home a rebound of an Anctil shot….Zach Johnson would find the back of the net off a nice feed from Anctil @ the 9:02 mark to give Carter’s a 4-2 lead….Matt Martelle would take a nice break-out pass from Giroux and beat Rullo stick on a break-away to make it a 4-3 game but Rullo would stand tall and Zach Leo would find the back of the net of a feed from Johnson to put the finishing touches on a 5-3 Carter’s win….

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 5 Homestead 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #5 Cam Spring 5 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #19) @ 2:26

    2-0 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 7 ( #15 Tim Pawloski) @ 7:32

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 HOME # 12 Gabe Guimond 11 ( #4 Ron Giroux , #1 Matt Martelle) @ 7:29

    2-2 HOME # 12 Gabe Guimond 12 (Unassisted) @ 10:41

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 CAR #9 Bill Kennedy 2 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 3:20

    4-2 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 21 ( #16 Troy Anctil, #77 Zach Leo) @ 9:02

    4-3 HOME #1 Matt Martelle 8 ( #4 Ron Giroux) @ 10:15

    5-3 CAR #77 Zach Leo 3 ( #23 Zach Johnson, #16 Troy Anctil) @ 12:07

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 32 shots, 29 saves): Homestead Mike Payne ( 19 shots, 14 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 9-6 18 points: Homestead 8-5-2 18 points

  333. Dennis Patenaude had 2 goals and 3 assist and Brandon Martin had 2 goals and 2 assist to lead the attack for the Ice Lords (8-5-1) in a 11-6 win over P.Fire Dept (0-15) in action last night….John Brennan had 4 goals and an assist for PFD in the offensive affair…

    Chris Roop took a pass from Pat Boleza and fired a shot over Kai Becksvoort glove @ the 2:17 mark of the first to give the Ice Lords am early lead…1:30 later, Adam Childs tapped home a nice feed from Martin to make it a 2-0 game….At the 9:19 mark, Patenaude fired home a pass from Martin to make it a 3-0 game…Just over a minute later, Patenaude returned the favor feeding Martin who found the back of the net: 4-0…Brennan would find the back of the net at the 12:38 mark, firing a shot past netminder Jim Cabral to cut into the lead: 4-1 Ice Lords after 1…

    1:50 into the 2nd, Brennan would strike this time taking a feed from Daryle Rawnsely and beating Cabral on a break-away and it was a 4-2 game….Matt Brooks would pick off a pass and fire a shot that just found the back of the net before the 2nd period buzzer sounded making it a 5-2 Lords lead after 2….

    Boleza would walk in from the point and fire a shot off the far side past and in 1:38 into the 3rd making it a 6-2 game….John Denham would slip a backhand shot off a feed from Brennan past Cabral to make it a 6-3 game less than a minute later….50 seconds after that though, Patenaude would onetime home a feed from Dustin Mathews and it was 7-3…59 seconds later, Brad Mills would take a feed from Roop and break in alone on Becksvoort and slip home a shot to make it an 8-3 game….PFD would mount a comeback though: at the 8:17 mark, Brennan would pick off a pass and fire a shot over Cabral glove and it was 8-4: 1:18 later Brennan would strike again flipping home a backhander past Cabral and it was 8-5….Mike Devoid would fire home a shot past Cabral less than a minute later, and suddenly it was an 8-6 game….But Boleza would pick off a pass and find the back of the net just over a minute later and it was 9-6…Roop would find the back of the net at the 12:28 mark, off a feed from Mathews and Martin would fire a shot over Becksvoort glove to round out the scoring in an 11-6 Ice Lords victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Ice Lords 11 PFD 8

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #5 Chris Roop 6 ( #28 Pat Boleza) @ 2:17

    2-0 ICE #6 Adam Childs 1 ( #10 Brandon Martin, #12 Dennis Patenaude) @ 4:02

    3-0 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 7 ( #10 Brandon Martin) @ 9:19

    4-0 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 10 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude , #28 Pat Boleza) @ 10:34

    4-1 PFD #16 John Brennan 17 (Unassisted) @ 12:38

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-2 PFD #16 John Brennan 18 ( #27 Daryle Rawnsely, #23 Gene Cote) @ 1:50

    5-2 ICE #17 Matt Brooks 5 (Unassisted) @ 13:57

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-2 ICE #28 Pat Boleza 1 (Unassisted) @ 1:38

    6-3 PFD #10 John Denham 1 ( #16 John Brennan ) @ 2:26

    7-3 ICE #12 Dennis Patenaude 8 ( #8 Dustin Mathews ) @ 3:26

    8-3 ICE #16 Brad Mills 1 ( #5 Chris Roop) @ 4:25

    8-4 PFD #16 John Brennan 19 ( Unassisted) @ 8:17

    8-5 PFD #16 John Brennan 20 (Unassisted) @ 9:36

    8-6 PFD #28 Mike Devoid 1 (Unassisted) @ 10:24

    9-6 ICE #28 Pat Boleza 2 (Unassisted) @ 11:29

    10-6 ICE #5 Chris Roop 7 ( #8 Dustin Mathews , #12 Dennis Patenaude ) @ 12:28

    11-6 ICE #10 Brandon Martin 11 (Unassisted) @ 13:50

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 16 shots, 10 saves): P.Fire Dept Kai Becksvoort ( 46 shots, 35 saves)

    Team Records

    Ice Lords 8-5-1 17 points: P. Fire Dept 0-15 0 points

  334. Danny Laskey kicked aside 22 out of 25 shots, stopped a penalty shot and also stopped 2 out of the 3 shooters in the shootout to help St Joes (9-2) knock off the Outrage (10-4-2) in a shootout last night….Brain April had 2 goals and scored in the shootout for the Outrage…

    Colin Finn would get the Monks on the board just 1:47 into the game picking up a loose puck and firing a shot that beat netminder Ben Richards stick side….At the 9:14 mark, Jake DiPrizio one timed home a pretty feed from Tom Gagnon to give St Joe’s a 2-0 lead after 1….

    April would get get the only marker in the 2nd period, banging home a rebound of a Travis Dunn shot @ the 2:26 mark, to cut the lead in half….The Rest of the period belonged to Richards and Laskey who both made 2 or 3 great saves….

    2:14 into the 3rd, April would strike again tipping home a nice feed from Josiah Morse to knot the game up at 2….46 seconds later, Chris Quattrucci would score a pretty goal walking past the D man and flipping home a rebound of his own shot the the the Monks a their one goal lead back…But the lead would be short lived thoug : just 32 seconds later Mike Fellows took a nice break-out pass from Andrew Sneider and brake in alone on Laskey and made a great move faking a shot and slipping the puck five hole to knot the game back up at 3….Laskey stopped a penalty shot from Morse with just over a minute left and Richards made a couple of nice saves to ensure the game would go into a shootout….

    After Quattrucci and April scored in the first round of the shootout: Nick Schnette would score the winner in round three to ensure the Mokns got the extra point….

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 4 Outrage 3 in a SO

    1st period

    Goals

    1-0 STJ #19 Colin Finn 4 (Unassisted) @ 1:47

    2-0 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 6 ( #5 Tom Gagnon) @ 9:14

    Penalties

    STJ #4 TJ Garske 2 Interference @ 5:41

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 OUT #4 Brian April 9 ( #11 Travis Dunn, #19 Josiah Morse) @ 2:26

    Penalties

    STJ #19 Colin Finn 2 Trip @ 9:20

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 OUT #4 Brian April 10 ( #19 Josiah Morse, #11 Travis Dunn) @ 2:14

    3-2 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 13 (Unassisted) @ 3:00

    3-3 OUT #34 Mike Fellows 3 ( #18 Andrew Sneider) @ 3:32

    Penalties

    OUT #2 Matt Coro 2 Hook @ 11:23

    STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 2 Trip @ 12:22

    OUT #11 Travis Dunn 5 Fight @ 13:27

    OUT #11 Travis Dunn 10 Game Misconduct @ 13:27

    STJ #4 TJ Garske 5 Fight @ 13:27

    STJ #4 TJ Garske 10 Game Misconduct @ 13:27

    STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 10 Game Misconduct @ 13:27

    Shootout GWG STJ #26 Nick Schnette

    Goalies:

    St Joes Danny Laskey ( 25 shots, 22 saves): Outrage Ben Richards ( 21 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    St Joes 9-2 18 points: Outrage 10-4-2 22 points

  335. Mike Lombardi had 3 goals and also scored in the shootout to help Atlantic (7-7) to a dramatic come from behind 5-4 victory over Sebago Brew (7-7-1) inaction on Thursday night….Lars Sjulander had a goal and 2 assist for Sebago….

    Sebago came out storming and at the 1:53 mark, Kevin Hopkins took a pass from Sjulander and blasted a point past Joe Parker to make it a 1-0 game…At the 4:19 mark, #0 took a feed from Chip Brewer a fired a wrist shot past Parker to make a 2 goals lead for Sebago after 1….2-0

    1:12 into the 2nd, Sjulander took a pass from Tom Forgues and blasted a point shot that found the back of the net to make it a 3-0 Sebago Brew lead….Just over a minute later, Sean McGoldrick would score a pretty end to end goal as he split the D and slid a shot past Scott Fitser to cut the lead back to two….Forgues would tip home a beautiful slap pass from Sjulander @ the 8:47 to restore Sebago Brew’s 3 goals lead….Just over a minute later, Hopkind would take down Lombardi seeting up a penalty shot: Lombardi would make a nice move a slide the puck past a prone Fitser to cut into the lead: 4-2 Sebago Brew after 2….

    With just 1:10 left into the game Lombardi would take a feed from Josh Choiniere cut out from behind the net a fire a beautiful shot side shot over Fitser shoulder to make it a 4-3 game….With time winding down and it looking like a Sebago victory, Lombardi would tip home a point shot from Mark Embury to know the game up at 4 with just 6.1 seconds left….

    The shootout belonged to the shooters as Lombardi, Choiniere and Jake Hall scored for Atlantic and Jay Lachance and Nat Germond found the back of the net for Sebago but Brewer would be stopped by Parker in the 4th round ensuring Atlantic of the extra point….

    Box Score

    Score

    Atlantic 5 Sebago Brew 4 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 4 ( #20 Lars Sjulander) @ 1:53

    2-0 SB #0 1 ( #7 Chip Brewer, #4 Jay Lachance) @ 4:19

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-0 SB #20 Lars Sjulander 3 ( #19 Tom Forgues , #37 Nat Germond ) @ 1:12

    3-1 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 16 (Unassisted) @ 3:11

    4-1 SB #19 Tom Forgues 5 ( #20 Lars Sjulander) @ 8:47

    4-2 ATL #7 Mike Lombardi 4 (Penalty Shot) @ 9:57

    Penalties

    SB #12 Kevin Hopkins 2 Trip @ 9:57

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-3 ATL #7 Mike Lombardi 5 ( #87 Josh Choiniere , #4 Sean McGoldrick) @ 12:50

    4-4 ATL #7 Mike Lombardi 6 ( #17 Mark Embury, #4 Sean McGoldrick) @ 13:54

    Penalties

    SB #1 Arty Mclean 2 Slash @ 10:31

    Shootout GWG ATL #15 Jake Hall 4th Round

    Goalies:

    Atlantic Joe Parker ( 16 shots, 12 saves): Sebago Brew Scott Fitser ( 24 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Atlantic 7-7 14 points: Sebago Brew 7-7-1 15 points

  336. Zach Leo had 2 goals and Troy Anctil had 2 goals and an assist to power the offensive machine Carter’s (10-6) to an 7-4 win over HVAC (8-5-2) in action on Sunday night….Rob Campbell had 3 goals and an assist to lead the attack for HVAC…..

    Campbell would strike first 3:49 into the game taking a feed from Jim Duest and firing a shot past netminder Mike Rullo to give HVAC the early lead….With just 1:43 left in the first, Campbell would strike again, this time one timing home a ice pass from Duest to give HVAC a 2-0 lead after the first….

    Carter’s came out with guns blazing in the 2nd, and just 22 seconds in Leo would bang home a rebound of a Pete Mirehouse shot to pull within one….At the 5:28 mark, Anctil would take a feed from Zach Johnson and fire a screen shot past Josh Larrabee to knot the score at 2…. 4 minutes later, Anctil would fire a nice pass to Johnson who broke in alone on Larrabee five hole to give Carter’s a 3-2 lead at the 9:06 mark….Just 51 seconds later, Johnson would return the favor and make a nice break-out pass to Anctil would fired a shot up and over Larrabee’s glove to make it a 2 goal game….With just under 2 minutes left in the 2nd, Campbell would complete the hat-trick, finding the back of the net of another great feed from Duest…: 4-3 Carter’s after 2….

    Chris Plummer would tie the game up at four for HVAC 1:13 into the 3rd, tipping home a Campbell point shot….Just 38 seconds later, Leo would bang home a rebound of a Mirehouse shot to give Carter’s the lead for good: 5-4….Dave Spencer would tap home a rebound of an Anctil break-away bid at the 9:01 mark to give Carter’s a 6-4 lead….Cam Spring would seal the game for Carter’s with an empty net goal with 38 seconds left: 7-4 Carter’s final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 7 HVAC 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 13 ( #5 Jim Duest , #9 Charlie Elwell) @ 3:49

    2-0 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 14 ( #5 Jim Duest , #3 Chris Plummer) @ 12:17

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 CAR #77 Zach Leo 4 (#8 Pete Mirehouse) @ :22

    2-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 17 ( #23 Zach Johnson, #5 Cam Spring ) @ 5:28 pp

    3-2 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 22 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 9:06

    4-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 18 ( #23 Zach Johnson) @ 9:57

    4-3 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 15 ( #5 Jim Duest) @ 12:01

    Penalties

    HVAC #7 Justin Rice 2 Hook @ 4:01

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Rough @ 8:23

    CAR #15 Tim Pawloski 2 Rough @ 8:23

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-4 HVAC #3 Chris Plummer 5 ( #11 Rob Campbell, #12 Adam Bear) @ 1:13

    5-4 CAR #77 Zach Leo 5 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse, #27 Tim Thornton) @ 1:51

    6-4 CAR #7 Dave Spencer 5 ( #16 Troy Anctil , #15 Tim Pawloski) @ 9:01

    7-4 HVAC #5 Cam Spring 6 (Unassisted) @ 13:22 en

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 26 shots, 22 saves): HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 27 shots, 21 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 10-6 20 points: HVAC 8-5-2 18 points

  337. Noah Miner had 4 goals and and Eric Brewer had 2 goals for all the offense the Tradesman (6-7) would need in a 6-5 victory of the Eyes on Rosemont (7-9) on Sunday night….Andrew Portwine had 2 goals and an assist for the Eyes….

    The only goal in the frist period came on a power play @ the 7:59 mark when Stanley Sampson shoveled home a rebound of a Portwine point shot: 1-0 Eyes after 1….

    7:16 into the 2nd, Brewer would find the back of the net for the Tradesman taking a nice feed from Randy Corbett and beating net minder Joe Foster: 1-1 Tradesman….Just over 2 minutes later, Miner would take a beautiful pass from Chris Neault and firing a shot that found the back of the net to give the Tradesman a 2-1 lead….1 minute later, Scott Vogel would tap home a nice feed from Nate Dionne on a 2 on 1 to knot the score @ 2….With 55 seconds left in the 2nnd Miner would take a pass from Pete Toohey would find the back of the net to give the Tradesman a 3-2 lead after 2…

    At the 5:39 mark, Miner would complete his hat-trick one timing home a feed from C Neault to make it a 4-2 game…Vogel would pick up a loose puck and score on a nice wrap around at the 7:25 mark, to cut the lead in half: 4-3….Just 24 seconds later, Miner would pick off a clearing pass and find the back of the net to make it a 5-3 game….Just 11 seconds later, Portwine would take a pass from Moses Sabina and fire a shot past Donny Gearan to cut the lead down to one again: 5-4….Brewer would find the back of the net off a pass from Loren Blair to make it a 6-4 game…With 1:31 left in the game, Portwine would one time home a pass from Chad Sirios to make it a 6-5 game but that’s as close as the Eyes would come as the Tradesman pulled out a 6-5 victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 6 Eyes on Rosemont 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 6 ( #77 Andrew Portwine, #0 Anthony Menario) @ 7:59 pp

    Penalties

    TRA #13 Eric Brewer 2 High-Stick @ 5:11

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 TRA #13 Eric Brewer 2 ( #8 Randy Corbett ) @ 7:16

    2-1 TRA #24 Noah Miner 14 ( #12 Chris Neault , #16 Loren Blair) @ 9:28

    2-2 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 7 ( #0 Nate Dionne) @ 10:31

    3-2 TRA #24 Noah Miner 15 ( #11 Pete Toohey , #77 Mark Van Zandt) @ 13:05

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 TRA #24 Noah Miner 16 ( #12 Chris Neault , #16 Loren Blair) @ 5:39

    4-3 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 8 (Unassisted) @ 7:25

    5-3 TRA #24 Noah Miner 17 (Unassisted) @ 7:59

    5-4 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 12 ( #25 Moses Sabina) @ 8:10

    6-4 TRA #13 Eric Brewer 3 ( #16 Loren Blair, #7 Luke Mills) @ 10:10

    6-5 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 13 ( #3 Chad Sirois, #5 Stanley Sampson) @ 12:29

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 23 shots, 18 saves): Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 25 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 6-7 12 points: Eyes on Rosemont 7-9 16 points

  338. Chris Quattrucci had 5 goals and dished off 3 assist in leading St Joes( 10-2) to a 15-2 wine over P Fire Dept (0-16) in action last night….John Brennan had two goals for PFD….

    Quattrucci opened up the scoring 3:07 into the game firing home a pass from Jake DiPrizio….Quattrucci would find the back of the net at the 8:03 mark, finding the back of the net off a feed from Kyle Bennett to make it 2-0….Colin Finn would ripple the twine, one timing home a feed from DiPrizio at the 11:43 mark to make it 3-0…34 seconds later, DiPrizio would find the back of the net himself off a feed from Bennett and Quattrucci would score right before the buzzer to make it 5-0 Monks after 1….

    :27 seconds in, Quattrucci would net his 4th of the game, finding the back of the net off a feed from Alex Dahams: 6-0….52 seconds later Quattrucci would pick up a loose puck and beat netminder Kai Becksvoort on a break-away to make it 7-0….Bennett would fire home a point shot off a pass from Tom Gagnon @ the 3:30 mark of the 2nd to make it an 8-0 game….Brennan would take a pass from Sheldon Gregoire and fire a shot over the glove of Donny Gearan to get PFD on the board @ the 9:39 mark….2 minutes later,Finn would find the back of the net off a feed from DiPrizio to make it a 9-1 game after 2….

    1:59 into the 3rd, Brennan would strike again lighting the lamp after receiving a nice break-out pass fro Gregoire to make it 9-2…..Dahms would find the back of the net off a feed from Quattrucci @ the 3:39 mark and it was 10-2….Gagnon would light the lamp off a pass fro Bennett for goal number 11 less tan a minute later…Andy Karhel would score the next two goals for the Monks: the first set up by DiPrizio and the second set up by Bennett…Finn and Bennett would round out the scoring in a 15-2 Monks victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 15 PFD 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 14 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio) @ 3:07

    2-0 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 15 ( #10 Kyle Bennett) @ 8:03

    3-0 STJ #19 Colin Finn 5 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio, #3 Andy Kaherl) @ 11:43

    4-0 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 7 ( #10 Kyle Bennett) @ 12:17

    5-0 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 16 (#11) @ 13:57

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    6-0 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 17 ( #62 Alex Dahms) @ :27

    7-0 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 18 (Unassisted) @ 1:19

    8-0 STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 8 ( #5 Tom Gagnon) @ 3:30

    8-1 PFD #16 John Brennan 21 ( #6 Sheldon Gregoire) @ 9:39

    9-1 STJ #19 Colin Finn 6 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio , #62 Alex Dahms) @ 11:58

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    9-2 PFD #16 John Brennan 22 ( #6 Sheldon Gregoire) @ 1:59

    10-2 STJ #62 Alex Dahms 4 ( #8 Chris Quattrucci) @ 3:39

    11-2 STJ #5 Tom Gagnon 7 ( #10 Kyle Bennett) @ 4:33

    12-2 STJ #3 Andy Kaherl 1 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio , #8 Chris Quattrucci) @ 6:22

    13-2 STJ #3 Andy Kaherl 2 ( #10 Kyle Bennett) @ 9:44

    14-2 STJ #10 Kyle Bennett 9 ( #5 Tom Gagnon ) @ 10:24

    15-2 STJ #19 Colin Finn 7 ( #8 Chris Quattrucci, #10 Kyle Bennett) @ 12:39

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    St Joes Donny Gearan ( 20 shots, 18 saves): P Fire Dept Kai Becksvoort ( 40 shots, 25 saves)

    Team Records

    St Joes 10-2 20 points: P Fire Dept 0-16 0 points

  339. CJ Bergeron had 5 goals and Jake DiPrizio had 4 goals and an assist to lead St Joes (11-2) to a 13-4 victory over Atlantic (7-8) in action last night…Josh Choiniere had 2 goals and an assist for Atlantic….

    Chris Quattrucci opened up the scoring at the 4:27 mark, picking off a pass and firing a shot past Joe Parker: 1-0 St Joes….DiPrizio would find the back of the net 44 seconds later, one timing home a feed from Tom Gagnon to give the Monks a 2 goal lead….Bergeron would take a nice break-out pass from TJ Garske and beat Parker on a break-away to make it a 3-0 game 9:47 in…Choiniere would get one back for Atlantic18 seconds later, taking a feed from Sean McGoldrick and firing a shot past Donny Gearan to make it a 3-1 game….But just 50 seconds later, Jake Brown would pick off a pass and fire a point shot past Parker to give St Joes a 4-1 lead after 1….

    Rob Simpson would take a feed from Cody Norton and slip a nice backhand shot past Gearan 1:30 into the 2nd to cut the lead down to two….Choiniere would score a beautiful goal on an end to end rush at the 6:29 mark to cut the lead down to one: 4-3….Just over a minute later and while shorthanded Bergeron would take a feed from Nick Schnette and fire a shot past Parker to restore a two goal lead for the Monks….McGoldrick would take a feed from Choiniere and find the back of the net just over a minute later to make it a 5-4 game….DiPrizio would set up Quattrucci would lit the lamp to give St Joes a 6-4 lead after 2….

    Bergeron would strike and complete his hat-trick one timing home a nice pass from Andy Kaherl 1:09 into the 3rd to make it a 7-4 game….Just over a minute later, DiPrizio would get his hat-trick converting a nice feed from Gagnon: 8-4….56 seconds later, Bergeron would score on a break-away to make it a 9-4 game and 55 seconds later, Diprizio would find the back of the net off a feed from Quattrucci to make it a 10-4 game….Bergeron would score off a feed from Brown at the 10:34 mark, and Quattrucci and DiPrizio would find the back of the net in the final two minutes to round out the scoring in a 13-4 St Joe’s win….

    Box Score

    Score

    St Joes 13 Atlantic 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 19 (#7 Jake Lawlor) @ 4:27

    2-0 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 8 ( #5 Tom Gagnon) @ 5:11

    3-0 STJ #41 CJ Bergeron 7 ( #4 TJ Garske) @ 9:47

    3-1 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 14 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick) @ 10:05

    4-1 STJ # 20 Jake Brown 2 (Unassisted) @ 10:55

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-2 ATL #8 Rob Simpson 2 ( #41 Cody Norton, #7 Mike Lombardi) @ 1:30

    4-3 ATL #87 Josh Choiniere 15 (Unassisted) @ 6:29

    5-3 STJ #41 CJ Bergeron 8 ( #26 Nick Schnette) @ 8:09 sh

    5-4 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 17 ( #87 Josh Choiniere ) @ 9:21 pp

    6-4 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 20 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio, #5 Tom Gagnon ) @ 10:24

    Penalties

    STJ # 20 Jake Brown 2 X Check @ 7:06

    3rd Period

    Goals

    7-4 STJ #41 CJ Bergeron 9 ( #3 Andy Kaherl) @ 1:09

    8-4 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 9 (#5 Tom Gagnon ) @ 2:36

    9-4 STJ #41 CJ Bergeron 10 (Unassisted) @ 3:31

    10-4 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 10 ( #8 Chris Quattrucci , #10 Kyle Bennett) @ 4:22

    11-4 STJ #41 CJ Bergeron 11 ( # 20 Jake Brown) @ 10:34

    12-4 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 21 ( #5 Tom Gagnon) @ 12: 59

    13-4 STJ #27 Jake DiPrizio 11 ( #5 Tom Gagnon) @ 13:30

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    St Joes Donny Gearan ( 25 shots, 21 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 27 shots, 14 saves)

    Team Records

    St Joes 11-2 22 points: Atlantic 7-8 14 points

  340. Chris Plummer had 2 goals and an assist and Dave Wilkinson and Scott Fletcher each had to goals to power the attack for HVAC (9-5-2) in a 7-1 victory over Atlantic (7-9) in action on Thursday night….

    Plummer would open up the scoring 6:12 into the 1st, taking a feed from Justin Rice and finding the back of the net to give HVAC a 1-0 lead….at the 8:52 mark of the first, Fletcher would bury a feed from Paul Miller into the back of the net to make it a 2-0 game….Miller would find the back of the net himself @ the 12:19 mark, off a feed from Dave Massaro to give HVAC a 3-0 lead after 1….

    Wilkinson would one time home a feed from Charlie Elwell :51 seconds into the 2nd to give HVAC a 4 goal cushion….1:30 later, Fletcher would pick up a loose puck and fire a shot past Parker for his 2nd of the game and a 5-0 HVAC lead….Rob Simpson would get Atlantic on the board @ the 9:24 mark, taking a feed from Mark Embury and firing a shot up and over Josh Larrabee’s glove to make it a 5-1 game after 2….

    Plummer would bang home a rebound of a Rice point shot 8:28 into the 3rd to make it a 6-1 game….29 seconds later, Plummer would find Wilkinson who broke in alone on Parker and found the back of the net to round out the scoring in an HVAC 7-1 victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    HVAC 7 Atlantic 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 HVAC #3 Chris Plummer 6 ( #7 Justin Rice, #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 6:12

    2-0 HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 2 ( #8 Paul Miller , #12 Adam Bear) @ 8:52

    3-0 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 10 ( #4 Dave Massaro ) @ 12:19

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    4-0 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 19 ( #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ :51

    5-0 HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 3 (Unassisted) @ 2:21

    5-1 ATL #8 Rob Simpson 3 ( #17 Mark Embury ) @ 9:24

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    6-1 HVAC #3 Chris Plummer 7 ( #7 Justin Rice, #9 Charlie Elwell ) @ 8:28

    7-1 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 20 ( #3 Chris Plummer) @ 8:57

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    HVAC Josh Larrabee ( 18 shots, 17 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 23 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    HVAC 9-5-2 20 points: Atlantic 7-9 14 points

  341. Randy Corbett had 2 goals and Eric Brewer had a goal and 2 assist to lead the Tradesman (7-7) to a 4-2 victory over Sebago Brew (7-8-1) in action on Thursday night….Chip Brewer had 2 goals and Julian Kaelin kicked aside 33 shot for Sebago Brew….

    C Brewer would open up the scoring @ the 9:00 minute mark of the first, picking up a loose puck and firing a laser past netminder Donny Gearan to give Sebago the early lead….With just 33 seconds left in the first, Luke Mills tipped home a point shot from Ben Townsend to knot the game up for the Tradesman: 1-1 after 1….

    The 2nd period belonged to Gearan and Kaelin as the both kicked aside an combined 20 shots…1-1 after 2….

    Corbett would take a feed from Doug Sernyk and fire a shot past Kaelin 2:25 into the 3rd period to give the Tradesman a 2-1 lead….22 seconds later, Corbett would strike again, finding the back of the net off a nice feed from E Brewer to give the Tradesman a 2 goal lead: 3-1….At the 9;04 mark, E Brewer took a beautiful breakout pass from Mills and slipped and backhand shot past Kaelin to make it a 4-1 game…Sebago would up the pressure and get one back just 44 seconds later, when C Brewer would pick up a rebound of a Brain Hamman shot and fire the puck into the twine to cut the lead down to 2…But Gearan would protect the lead the rest of the way to insure the Tradesman a 4-2 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 4 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 SB #7 Chip Brewer 8 (Unassisted) @ 9:00

    1-1 TRA #7 Luke Mills 1 ( #0 Ben Townsend, #13 Eric Brewer) @ 13:27

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    None

    Penalties

    TRA #8 Randy Corbett 2 High-Stick @ 13:50

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 7 ( # 22 Doug Sernyk) @ 2:25

    3-1 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 8 ( #13 Eric Brewer, #3 Chris Fullarton) @ 2:57

    4-1 TRA #13 Eric Brewer 4 ( #7 Luke Mills) @ 9:04

    4-2 SB #7 Chip Brewer 9 ( #24 Brian Hamman, #22 Gene St Cyr ) @ 9:48

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Tradesman Donny Gearan ( 17 shots, 15 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 37 shots, 33 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 7-7 14 points: Sebago Brew 7-8-1 15 points

  342. Andrew Portwine had 3 goals, Scott Vogel had 2 Goals and 2 assist and Bill Sampson had a goal an four assist to pace a 9 goal attack in the Eyes on Rosemont (8-9) 9-4 victory over Homestead (8-6-2) on Sunday night….Andy Souza had 4 assist for Homestead….

    Just 1:04 into the game, Stanley Sampson would take a break-out pass from Chad Sirios and fire a shot that bet netminder Mike Payne five hole to give the Eyes and early lead….Just over four minutes later, Gabe Guimond would take a nice feed from Souza and slip a backhand shot past netminder Joe Foster to knot the score @ 1….At the 12:02 mark of the first, Nate Dionne would find the back of the net taking a feed from Vogel and fanning on a shot that trickled into the back of the net 2-1 Eyes after 1….

    Portwine would give the Eyes and two goal lead 9:23 into the 2nd, taking a pass from Vogel and blasting a shot past Payne….Just under two minutes later, Scott Libby would fire home a pass from Ron Giroux to cut the lead down to a goal: 3-2 Eyes after 2….

    2:31 into the 3rd, Portwine would score on a beautiful end to end rush finishing the goal with a shot over Payne’s glove to make it a 4-2 game….Just over 2 minutes later, Vogel would pick up a loose puck a slip a wrap around chance past Payne to make it 5-2….7:17 into the 3rd, Portwine would complete the hat-tick walking in from the point and fire a shot top shelf and it was a 6-2 game…1:05 later, Vogel would one time home a nice feed from Sirios and it was a 7-2 Eyes lead….Giroux would get one back for Homestead, tipping home a feed from Souza and two minutes later, Chris Roop would take a pass from Souza and fire a shot past Foster and it was quickly a three goal game :7-4….Moses Sabina would put the game on ice, banging home a rebound off a Greg Meehan point shot just 15 seconds later and it was 8-4…B Sampson would pick off an errant clearing attempt and fire the puck past Payne to round the the scoring in the Eyes 9-4 win…

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 9 Homestead 4

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #5 Stanley Sampson 7 ( #3 Chad Sirois, #666 Bill Sampson) @ 1:04

    1-1 HOME # 12 Gabe Guimond 13 ( #10 Andy Souza, #4 Ron Giroux) @ 5:40

    2-1 EYE #0 Nate Dionne 4 ( #69 Scott Vogel, #666 Bill Sampson) @ 12:02

    Penalties

    EYE #666 Bill Sampson 2 Hold @ 7:56

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 14 ( #69 Scott Vogel) @ 9:23

    3-2 HOME #11 Scott Libby 5 ( #4 Ron Giroux, #10 Andy Souza) @ 11:01

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-2 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 15 (Unassisted) @ 2:31

    5-2 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 9 (Unassisted) @ 4:45

    6-2 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 16 (Unassisted) @ 7:17

    7-2 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 10 ( #3 Chad Sirois, #666 Bill Sampson) @ 8:22

    7-3 HOME #4 Ron Giroux 7 ( #10 Andy Souza) @ 9:31

    7-4 HOME #0 Chris Roop 1 ( #10 Andy Souza, #4 ) @ 11:32

    8-4 EYE #25 Moses Sabina 3 ( #33 Greg Meehan, #666 Bill Sampson) @ 11:49

    9-4 EYE #666 Bill Sampson 1 (Unassisted) @ 13:06

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 24 shots, 20 saves): Homestead Mike Payne ( 29 shots, 20 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 8-9 16 points: Homestead 8-6-2 18 points

  343. Zach Johnson and John Spring each had 2 goals to lead Carter’s (11-6) to a 5-3 victory over the Ice Lords (8-6-1) in action on Sunday night….Nate Dionne had 3 assist for the Ice Lords….

    Carter’s came out charging in the first period, and Troy Anctil would take a nice break-out pass from TIm Pawloski break in alone on netminder Jim Cabral and slip a backhander into the back fo the twice to give Carter’s the early lead….At the 10:53 mark, and on the power play, Spring would take a feed from Pete Mirehouse and fire a shot past Cabral to make it a 2-0 game…..With time winding down in the 3rd, Johnson would have a great give and go with Zach Leo and bury a shot into the back of the net and after one it was 3-0 Carter’s….

    The only tally in the 2nd period, came of the stick of Matt Brooks and he took a drop pass from Scott Vogel and fired a screen shot from the point that beat netminder Mike Rullo to cut the lead down to two: 3-1 after 2….

    :55 seconds into the 3rd, Vogel would one time home a feed from Dionne and suddenly it was a 3-2 game….But 54 seconds later, Johnson would take a nice feed from Anctil and bury his lead leading 24th goal past Cabral to give Carter’s it two goal lead back :4-2….At the 11:38 mark, Spring would add his 2nd of the game firing home a pass form Anctil to make it a 5-2 game….Chris Marston would score a beautiful goal on an end to end rush in the last minute of play and while shorthanded to make it 5-3 but it was too little to late in Carter’s 5-3 victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 5 Ice Lords 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 19 ( #15 Tim Pawloski) @ 1:48

    2-0 CAR #17 John Spring 6 ( #8 Pete Mirehouse) @ 10:53 pp

    3-0 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 23 ( #77 Zach Leo , #15 Tim Pawloski) @ 13:28

    Penalties

    ICE #17 Matt Dumont 2 High Stick @ 9:04

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-1 ICE #17 Matt Brooks 6 ( #69 Scott Vogel, #0 Nate Dionne ) @ 8:29

    Penalties

    CAR #15 Tim Pawloski 2 Hook @ 3:18

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-2 ICE #69 Scott Vogel 1 ( #0 Nate Dionne) @ :55

    4-2 CAR #23 Zach Johnson 24 ( #16 Troy Anctil) @ 1:49

    5-2 CAR #17 John Spring 7 ( #16 Troy Anctil, #19) @ 11:38

    5-3 ICE #21 Chris Marston 10 (#0 Nate Dionne) @ 13:22 sh

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 Rough @ 12:09

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Mike Rullo ( 18 shots, 15 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 24 shots, 19 saves)

    Team Records

    Carter’s 11-6 22 points: Ice Lords 8-6-1 17 points

  344. Scott Vogel had 4 goals and an assit and Andrew Portwine had 4 goals to power the offense of the Eyes on Rosemont (9-9) to a 9-5 victory over HVAC (9-6-2) in action last night….Ron Campbell had 2 goals and 2 assist for HVAC….

    Portwine would go end to end on the power play 2:32 into the game and fire a shot that found the back of the net for an Early 1-0 Eyes lead….Just over 2 minute later, HVAC would knot the game up @ 1 when Paul Miller took a feed from Campbell and slid a shot under netminder Joe Foster…at the 7:31 mark, Portwine would strike again pick off a errant pass and firing a shot that found the back of the net: 2-1 Eyes…Campbell would get the equalizer 1:30 later, taking a feed from Dan Wilkinson and finding the back of the net….Wilkinson would stike with just 13 ticks left on the clock in the first slipping past the D and beat Foster glove side to make it 3-2 HVAC after 1….

    2:11 into the 2nd, Vogel would pick up a loose puck and find the back of the net on a break-away to make it a 3-3 game…8:23 into the 2nd Vogel would stike again tipping home a nice feed from Nate Dionne to give Eyes a 4-3 lead….John Carolan would find the back of the net just before the buzzer went off, one timing home a feed from Campbell to know the score @ 4 after 2….

    Just 10 seconds into the 3rd, Vogel would complete the hat-trick taking a feed from Moses Sabina and firing a shot that found the back of the net : 5-4 Eyes….16 seconds later, Vogel was at it again, this time taking a beak-out pass from Greg Meehan and slipping a shot past the netminder: 6-4 Eyes….Campbell would pull HVAC back to within one, burying a feed from Adam Bear into the back of the net: 6-5….Portwine would complete the hat-trick and put the game on ice at the 9:18 mark, taking a feed from Meehan and blasting home a point shot: 7-5 Eyes…Just over 2 minutes later, Chad Sirois would take a pass from Sabina and find the back of the net to make it 8-5…Portwine would net his 4th of the game off a feed from Stanley Sampson to round out the scoring in a 9-5 Eyes victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 9 HVAC 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 17 (Unassisted) @ 2:32 pp

    1-1 HVAC #8 Paul Miller 11 ( #11 Rob Campbell ) @ 4:24

    2-1 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 18 (Unassisted) @ 7:31

    2-2 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 16 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson) @ 9:15

    3-2 HVAC #13 Dave Wilkinson 21 (Unassisted) @ 13:47

    Penalties

    HVAC #12 Adam Bear 2 Hook @ 1:53

    2nd Period

    Goals

    3-3 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 11 (Unassisted) @ 2:11

    4-3 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 12 ( #0 Nate Dionne) @ 8:23

    4-4 HVAC #9 John Carolan 2 ( #11 Rob Campbell, #13 Dave Wilkinson) @ 13:57

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-4 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 13 ( #25 Moses Sabina) @ :10

    6-4 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 14 ( #33 Greg Meehan) @ :28

    6-5 HVAC #11 Rob Campbell 17 ( #12 Adam Bear) @ 4:49

    7-5 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 19 ( #33 Greg Meehan, #69 Scott Vogel ) @ 9:18

    8-5 EYE #3 Chad Sirois 11 ( #25 Moses Sabina) @ 11:55

    9-5 EYE #77 Andrew Portwine 20 ( #5 Stanley Sampson) @ 12:36

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 35 shots, 30 saves): HVAC Robbie ( 27 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 9-9 18 points: HVAC 9-6-2 20 points

  345. Trevor Paul, Andrew Sneider and Travis Dunn each had 2 points and Ben Richards was outstanding in net kicking aside 24 out of 25 shots in leading the Outrage (11-4-2) to an 5-1 victory over the Tradesman (7-8) in action last night….

    Paul would take a breakout pass from Dunn and fire a wrist shot past a screened Donny Gearan to give the Outrage a 1-0 lead 7:42 into the game…Gearan and Richards would both keep the team offensives at bay for the rest of the period: 1-0 Outrage after 1….

    Dan Charette would take a nice feed from Paul and fire a shot up and over the glove of Gearan to give the Outrage a 2-0 lead 4:30 into the 2nd….Luke Mills would pull the Tradesman back to within one just under 2 minutes later, tipping home a pass from Chris Neault up and over Richards…2-1 Outrage after 2….

    Sneider would give the Outrage their two goal lead back 1:27 into the 3rd, tipping home a point shot from David May: 3-1 Outrage….10:38 into the 3rd, Dunn would one time home a feed from Matt Coro to make it a 4-1 game and then in the last minute Sneider would rip a shot past gearan to round out the scoring in the Outrage’s 5-1 victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 5 Tradesman 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 OUT #21 Trevor Paul 3 ( #11 Travis Dunn) @ 7:42

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 OUT #15 Dan Charette 10 ( #21 Trevor Paul ) @ 4:30

    2-1 TRA #7 Luke Mills 2 ( #12 Chris Neault , # 15 Ryan Neault) @ 6:26

    Penalties

    TRA #3 Chris Fullarton 2 Rough @ 1:02

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 11 ( #44 Dave May , #17 John Dubois) @ 1:27

    4-1 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 16 ( #2 Matt Coro, #4 Brian April ) @ 10:38

    5-1 OUT #18 Andrew Sneider 12 (Unassisted) @ 13:29

    Penalties

    OUT #15 Dan Charette 2 Hook @ 4:33

    Goalies:

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 25 shots, 24 saves): Tradesman Donny Gearan (29 shots, 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 11-4-2 24 points: Tradesman 7-8 14 points

  346. Sebago Brew ( 8-8-1) pulled victory from the jaws of defeat with a 3-2 come from behind win over the Ice Lords (8-6-2) in action on Thursday night…Kaelin and Cabral locked in a goaltening duel in this one with the outcome being decided in a shootout….

    Chris Marston would open the scoring 2:01 into the game taking a drop pass from Chris Roop and blasting a screen shot past Kaelin: 1-0 Lords after 1…

    Roop would give the Ice Lords a 2 goal lead 4:40 into the 2nd and while shorthanded taking a pass from Brandon martin and beating Kaelin on a break-away to give the Ice Lords a 2-0 lead after 2…

    Both Goalies were outstanding in the 3rd, kicking aside shot after shot until Mike Pomerleau banged home a rebound of a Gene St Cyr shot with 1:55 left in the game to cut the lead in half….Jay Lachance would tie the game up at two with just 39 seconds left, taking a pass from Brain Johnson and firing a shot up and over Cabral and forcing a shootout….

    The shootout belonged to the netminder until round three when Lars Sjulander would find the back of the net to ensure the extra point for Sebago Brew….

    Box Score

    Score

    Sebago Brew 3 Ice Lords 2 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #21 Chris Marston 11 ( #5 Chris Roop) @ 2:01

    Penalties

    SB #8 Brian Johnson 2 Slash @ 4:57

    SB #7 Chip Brewer 2 Trip @ 11:55

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 ICE #5 Chris Roop 8 ( #10 Brandon Martin ) @ 4:40 sh

    Penalties

    ICE #47 Alex Madruga 2 Trip @ 4:24

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-1 SB #91 Mike Pomerleau 1 ( #22 Gene St Cyr , #37 Nat Germond) @ 12:05

    2-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 11 ( #8 Brian Johnson, #22 Gene St Cyr ) @ 13:21 pp

    Penalties

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 2 High-Stick @ 8:38

    SB #4 Jay Lachance 2 Slash @ 9:24

    ICE #21 Chris Marston 2 Rough @ 12:30

    ICE #10 Brandon Martin 10 Misconduct @ 14:00

    Shootout GWG SB #20 Lars Sjulander

    Goalies:

    Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 23 shots, 21 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 18 shots, 16 saves)

    Team Records

    Sebago Brew 8-8-1 17 points: Ice Lords 8-6-2 18 points

  347. Luke Mills had 2 goals and an assist and Brain Rancourt kicked aside 25 shots to lead the Tradesman (8-8) to a 4-3 victory over St Joe’s (11-3) on Thursday night….Chris Quattrucci had 2 goals for St Joe’s in a losing effort….

    Ryan Neault would be the only player to find the back of the net in the first period 1:46 in, picking up a loose puck and firing a shot up and over the glove on Donny Gearan: 1-0 Tradesman after 1….

    Andy Kaherl would one time home a feed from Jake DiPrizio to know the game up @ one 6:57 into the 2nd….Ben Townsend would take a feed from Mills and slip a shot past Gearan to give the Tradesman at the 11:35 mark to give the Tradesman a 2-1 lead after 2….

    !:08 into the 3rd, Mills would take nice break-out feed from Chris Fullarton, break in alone on Garean and find the back of the net to give the Tradesman a 3-1 lead….Mills would strike again just over 4 minutes later, again taking a feed from Fullarton and blasting home a shot to give the Tradesman a 4-1 lead….@ the 8:25 mark, Quattrucci would take a feed from Nick Schnette and rip a shot past Rancourt to make it a 2 goal game: 4-2….25 seconds later, Quattrucci would score a beautiful goal walking past a D man a slipping a shot past Rancourt and it was a 4-3 game…Rancout would slam the door shut for the Tradesman the rest of the way to secure a 4-3 victory…

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 4 St Joe’s 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA # 15 Ryan Neault 8 ( #14) @ 1:46

    Penalties

    TRA #77 Mark Van Zandt 2 Trip @ 10:11

    2nd Period

    Goals

    1-1 STJ #3 Andy Kaherl 3 ( #27 Jake DiPrizio , #62 Alex Dahms ) @ 6:57

    2-1 TRA #1 Ben Townsend 1 ( #7 Luke Mills ) @ 11:35

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 TRA #7 Luke Mills 3 ( #3 Chris Fullarton, #77 Mark Van Zandt) @ 1:08

    4-1 TRA #7 Luke Mills 4 ( #3 Chris Fullarton) @ 5:16

    4-2 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 22 ( #26 Nick Schnette) @ 8:25

    4-3 STJ #8 Chris Quattrucci 23 (Unassisted) @ 8:50

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Tradesman Brian Rancourt ( 28 shots, 25 saves): ST Joe’s Donny Gearan ( 22 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Tradesman 8-8- 16 points: St Joe’s 11-3 22 points

  348. Sorry but no Recap for this one and I am sure Homestead understands….

    Box Score

    Score

    Homestead 6 St Joe’s 5

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 STJ @ 2:49

    1-1 HOME #20 1 ( #1 Matt Martelle , #15 Ben Daigle) @ 4:58

    2-1 HOME #10 Andy Souza 6 ( #15 Ben Daigle, #18 Nick Porto) @ 7:40

    Penalties

    Not writing those down for this game

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-2 STJ @ :31 pp

    3-2 STJ @ 2:06

    3-3 HOME #15 Ben Daigle 8 ( #10 Andy Souza , # 12 Gabe Guimond) @ 2:43

    4-3 STJ @ 13:57 sh

    Penalties

    See above

    3rd Period

    Goals

    5-3 STJ @ :52

    5-4 HOME #15 Ben Daigle 9 ( #11 Scott Libby ) @ 3:48

    5-5 HOME # 12 Gabe Guimond 14 ( #8 Dave Madsen, #20) @ 9:17

    6-5 HOME #1 Matt Martelle 9 ( #20, #11 Scott Libby ) @ 10:20 pp

    Penalties

    See above

    Goalies:

    Homestead Mike Payne ( 27 shots, 22 saves): ST Joes Donny Gearan ( 28 shots 22 saves)

    Team Records

    Homestead 9-6-2 20 points

  349. Brian Rancourt kicked aside 40 out of 44 shots and 2 out of three in the shootout to lead PFD (1-14) to a 5-4 victory over Atlantic (7-8-1) in action on Tuesday night….Sean McGoldrick had 2 goals and 2 assist for Atlantic in a losing effort….

    McGoldrick would open up the scoring one timing home a beautiful cross ice pass from Mike Lombardi: 1-0 Atlantic….#18 would knot the score at one in the dying seconds of the first taking a feed from John Brennan and finding the back of the net : 1-1 after 1….

    #8 8 would open the scoring for PFD 1:10 into the 2nd, taking a feed from Mike Kucsuma and beating netminder Joe Parker: 2-1 PFD….Just 34 seconds later, McGoldrick would again find the back of the net off a feed from Lombardi to knot the game at 2….AT the 7:43 mark, #8 would take a feed from John Brennan and fire a shot past Parker to make it 3-2 PFD after 2….

    #0 for Atlantic would take a feed from Rob Simpson and fire a shot that beat Rancourt @ the 3:20 makr to knot the score up @ 3…..Brennan would pick up a lose puck and beat Parker on a break-away to give PFD a 4-3 lead….Jake Hall would tie the game up with 15 seconds left taking a drop pass from McGoldrick and ripping a screen shot past Rancourt to send the game in the shootout….

    Brennan would score the GWG in the shootout and Rancourt would stop 2 out of 3 shooters to give PFD the victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    PFD 5 Atlantic 4 in a SO

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 18 ( #7 Mike Lombardi ) @ 6:21

    1-1 PFD #18 1 ( #16 John Brennan, #22 Chris Pirone) @ 13:15

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 PFD #8 1 ( #30 Mike Kucsuma) @ 1:10

    2-2 ATL #4 Sean McGoldrick 19 ( #7 Mike Lombardi, #8 Rob Simpson ) @ 1:44

    3-2 PFD #8 2 ( #16 John Brennan) @ 7:43

    Penalties

    ATL #0 2 Hook @ 10:29

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-3 ATL #0 1 ( #8 Rob Simpson, #4 Sean McGoldrick ) @ 3:20

    4-3 PFD #16 John Brennan 23 ( #8) @ 9:46

    4-4 ATL #15 Jake Hall 5 ( #4 Sean McGoldrick, #7 Mike Lombardi) @ 13:45

    Penalties

    None

    SO GWG #16 John Brennan

    Goalies:

    P Fire Dept Brain Rancourt ( 44 shots, 40 saves): Atlantic Joe Parker ( 11 shots, 7 saves)

    Team Records

    P Fire Dept 1-14 2 points: Atlantic 7-8-1 15 points

  350. In an exhibition game, Troy Anctil and Pete Mirehouse each had 2 goals and Ron Simpson kicked aside 26 out of 29 shots to give Carter’s a 6-3 victory over the Ice Lords….

    Mirehouse opened the scoring tucking home a feed from John Spring 4:22 into the first to give Carter’s the early lead….Mirehouse would strike again, at the 12:40 mark, taking a feed from Anctil and firing a shot past netminder Jim Cabral: 2-0 Carter’s after 1….

    Brad Mills would get one back for the Ice Lords 1:47 into the 2nd, finding the back of the net off a feed from Brandon Martin: 2-1….at the 6:26 mark, Dave Spencer would bang home a pass from #24 to give Carter’s a 3-1 lead after 2….

    Bill Kennedy would take a feed from #24 and fire a shot past Cabral 7:11 into the 3rd making it a 4-1 game….48 seconds later, jake Ouelette would take a feed from Mills and fire a shot up and over Simpson to cut the lead in half: 4-2….Anctil would stike 45 seconds later, taking a feed from Spring and firing a shot past Cabral to make it a 5-2 game…martin would take a feed from Mike Dandy and make a nice move and beat Simpson to make it a 5-3 game but off the ensuing face-off Anctil would find the back of the net to account for the 6-3 final…

    Box Score

    Score

    Carter’s 6 Ice Lords 3

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 8 ( #17 John Spring , #18 Greg Shapiro ) @ 4:22

    2-0 CAR #8 Pete Mirehouse 9 ( #16 Troy Anctil ) @ 12:40

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 ICE #16 Brad Mills 1 ( #10 Brandon Martin) @ 1:47

    3-1 CAR #7 Dave Spencer 6 ( #24, #19 ) @ 6:26

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    4-1 CAR #9 Bill Kennedy 3 ( #24, #7 Dave Spencer ) @ 7:11

    4-2 ICE #14 Jake Ouelette 1 ( #16 Brad Mills ) @ 7:59

    5-2 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 20 ( #17 John Spring) @ 8:44

    5-3 #10 Brandon Martin 12 ( #4 Mike Dandy) @ 13:28

    6-3 CAR #16 Troy Anctil 21 (Unassisted) @ 13:41

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Carter’s Rob Simpson ( 29 shots, 26 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 27 shots, 21 saves)

  351. Travis Dunn had 2 goals and Ben Richards was outstanding in net kicking aside 32 out of 34 shots in his direction as the Outrage (12-3-1) outlasted the Ice Lords (7-7-2) in action on Wednesday night….

    The Ice Lords came out storming and @ the 4:25 mark, Jake Ouelette would take a pass from Chris Marston and fire a shot past Richards to give the Ice Lords the early lead….With time dwindling down in the first, Dan Olsen took a feed from Dennis Patenaude and slipped a shot past Richards and it was 2-0 Ice Lords after 1….

    Dunn would find the back of the net 4:25 into the 2nd, taking a feed from brain April and launching a laser up and over netminder Jim Cabral to cut the lead in half….Richards and Cabral would out up the walls for the rest of the period and it was 2-1 after 2…

    1:53 into the 3rd, April took a drop pass from Trevor Paul and fired a shot up and over a screened Cabral to knot the score @ 2…..With just 4:17 left in the game, Dunn would take a breakout pass from Josiah Morse and fire a shot past Cabral to give the Outrage a 3-2 lead…Richards would make this lead stand up making save after save ensuring the Outrage would get the two points….

    Box Score

    Score

    Outrage 3 Ice Lords 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 ICE #14 Jake Ouelette 2 ( #21 Chris Marston, #8 Dustin Mathews) @ 4:25

    2-0 ICE #51 Dan Olsen 1 ( #12 Dennis Patenaude, #10 Brandon Martin ) @ 13:33

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 17 ( #4 Brian April , #44 Dave May) @ 4:25

    Penalties

    None

    3rd Period

    Goals

    2-2 OUT #4 Brian April 11 ( #21 Trevor Paul , #6 Tim Pushard) @ 1:53

    3-2 OUT #11 Travis Dunn 18 ( #19 Josiah Morse) @ 9:43

    Penalties

    None

    Goalies:

    Outrage Ben Richards ( 34 shots, 32 saves): Ice Lords Jim Cabral ( 21 shots, 18 saves)

    Team Records

    Outrage 12-3-1 25 points: Ice Lords 7-7-2 16 points

  352. Joe Foster kicked aside 19 out of 21 shots and scott Vogel lead a balanced attack as the Eyes (10-7) hung on to a 3-2 victory over Sebago Brew (7-9-1) on Wednesday night….

    Vogel would open the scoring 4:16 into the game picking up a loose puck and beating Julian Kaelin on a break-away for a 1-0 lead….kaelin and Foster would put up walls for the res of the period: 1-0 eyes after 1….

    Ryan Daly would take a feed from Andrew Portwine a slip a shot under Kaelin :45 seconds into the 2nd to give the Eyes a 2-0 lead after 2….

    2:36 into the 3rd, Nate Dionne would pick up a loose puck and slip a shot past kaelin on a break-away to make it a 3-0 Eyes lead….Just 16 seconds later, Sebago would get back in the game when Tom Forgues banged home a rebound of a Brain Johnson shot to make it a 3-1 game….Jay Lachance would score the goal of the night taking a give and go feed from Scott Fitser and holding onto the puck and slipping a shot past Foster and all of a sudden it was a 3-2 game….Foster would stand tall the rest of the way, keeping Sebgao at bay to make sure the Eyes to away the victory….

    Box Score

    Score

    Eyes on Rosemont 3 Sebago Brew 2

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 EYE #69 Scott Vogel 15 (Unassisted) @ 4:16

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-0 EYE #1 Ryan Daly 2 ( #77 Andrew Portwine, #3 Chad Sirois) @ :45

    Penalties

    EYE #69 Scott Vogel 2 Rough @ 12:54

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-0 EYE #0 Nate Dionne 5 (Unassisted) @ 2:36

    3-1 SB #19 Tom Forgues 6 ( #8 Brian Johnson) @ 2:52

    3-2 SB #4 Jay Lachance 12 ( #3 Scott Fitser ) @ 5:48

    Penalties

    SB #8 Brian Johnson 2 Trip @ 7:16

    Goalies:

    Eyes on Rosemont Joe Foster ( 21 shots, 19 saves): Sebago Brew Julian Kaelin ( 27 shots 24 saves)

    Team Records

    Eyes on Rosemont 10-7 20 points: Sebago Brew 7-9-1 15 points

  353. No Recap wasn’t there

    Box Score

    Score

    Tradesman 3 HVAC 1

    1st Period

    Goals

    1-0 TRA #8 Randy Corbett 9 ( #3 Chris Fullarton) @ 2:20

    1-1 HVAC #5 Jim Duest 6 ( #13 Dave Wilkinson ) @ 4:40

    Penalties

    None

    2nd Period

    Goals

    2-1 TRA #13 Eric Brewer 5 (Unassisted) @ 11:00

    Penalties

    HVAC # 10 Scott Fletcher 2 Trip

    HVAC #5 Jim Duest 2 Hook

    3rd Period

    Goals

    3-1 TRA #7 Luke Mills 5 ( #24 Noah Miner, #8 Randy Corbett) @ 12:29

    Penalties

    TRA #8 Randy Corbett 2 Hook

    Goalies:

    NA

    Team Records

    Tradesman 8-7 16 points: HVAC 9-6-2 20 points

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