2021 HNIB Boys Major Showcase Magazine

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HOCKEY NIGHT IN BOSTON

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Tourney Welcome HNIB Staff Tourney History 2020 Showcase Review Showcase Schedule HNIB Coaches HNIB Profile Series Black Bears East Black Bears North Black Bears South Black Bears West

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Magazine Index

Capital District Central/West Coastal Connecticut/NY East Coast Essex Greater Boston Mass West Metropolitan Mid Atlantic Middlesex

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Northeast Northern NE North Shore Soph. All Stars South Shore Southern NE Suburban

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HNIB’S 47TH ANNUAL BOYS SHOWCASE

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HNIB Welcomes Players, Coaches, Scouts, Fans To 2021 Event

ockey Night In Boston welcomes you to our 47th annual Summer Showcase being held again this year at the Valley Forum, a beautiful two-rink facility in Haverhill, MA (25 miles north of Boston). with a handful of games slated for the Lawrence Valley Forum. This year’s Showcase will feature 22 teams. Action begins on Wednesday, July 28th with a unique format sure to please the scouts in attendance. Each of the 22 teams will play five games against five different opponents over a four-day period. College, Junior, Prep and NHL Scouts will be able to see prospects play their opening game on Wednesday, and then four more games Thursday and Friday, and for some teams - Saturday morning. The nucleus of six select teams of Massachusetts /RI top players – Greater Boston, South Shore, North Shore, Middlesex, Southern NE and Central/West were chosen in April/May. Players were invited by the HNIB staff based upon their previous winter’s scholastic hockey season and HNIB participation. Remaining spots were filled from a series of Festivals HNIB held in July. The 36th annual New YorkConnecticut-Mid-Atlantic Festival from June 25-27 featured for teams of players from the Tri-State area.. The players com-

peted for spots on two teams in the HNIB Showcase: Mid Atlantic and Connecticut/NY. Others were chosen for at-large spots on other clubs. Over 200 skaters signed up for the 35th annual Northern New England Festival in Haverhill, MA from July 6th 8th, which was held this year in conjunction with our HNIB Mass North HS Fetival. The result was two select teams, Northern New England and Northeast, that represent players from Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire, as well as many rosters spots filled on the Massachusetts select teams. HNIB’s third annual Southeast Festival was held July 13-14 at The Bog in Kingston, MA. After two days of solid competition, players were drafted to fill spots on three teams - South Shore, Southern NE and Suburban. Fourteen teams of sophomores competed in the unique HNIB Sophomore All-Star Tournament from July 9-13. Also, over 275 junior high players participated in their own festival as a stepping stone to their initial exposure at HNIB. The final Sophomore All Stars was chosen after the tournament’s All-Star Games on July 14th. Returning to HNIB this summer is defending champion Mass West,

coached by Kevin Kervick. Veteran head coach Matt Lavallee is bringing a team again, called Metropolitan. After a successful first season at HNIB last summer, Essex is back for another big year, put together by head coach Sean Roach. Making their debuts this summer are East Coast, put together by coach Karl Bonawitz, and Coastal, a squad which Hebron Academy coach Jack O’Brien has constructed. Both should be very competitive from the outset. Back after a one-year hiatus is Capital District, coached by Ben Hammock and featuring the nucleus of its players from the Washington, DC metropolitan region. And, no less than four squads from the Black Bears Summer Academy, led by Alex Moody, hope to challenge, one team playing in each division.


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HOCKEY NIGHT IN BOSTON STAFF

47TH ANNUAL BOYS SUMMER SHOWCASE 654 South Union St. 2nd Floor Lawrence, MA 01843 (978) 682-2425 E-Mail: info@PlayHNIB.com Web Sites: HNIBonline.com HNIBNews.com Twitter: @hnibonline Instagram: @hockey.night

Gary Demopoulos

HNIB SUMMER SHOWCASE STAFF

DIRECTOR/EDITOR GARY DEMOPOULOS ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR JAMIE CALLERY ADMINISTRATION BILL CULLEN SEAN BERTONI

SALES•PROMOTIONS GARY DEMOPOULOS JAMIE CALLERY

SOPHOMORE DIRECTORS MARK DOHERTY JOHN ANDERSEN MID-ATLANTIC FESTIVAL GARY DEMOPOULOS JAMIE CALLERY

FESTIVALS GARY DEMOPOULOS JAMIE CALLERY BILL CULLEN CAPTITAL DISTRICT BEN HAMMOCK

NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND MIKE ADDESA JAMIE CALLERY GARY DEMOPOULOS REFEREE-ASSIGNOR TIM HOOTON TRAINERS ANDY BERUBE KEVIN DUNHAM

* Some teams may have added players after this publication went to press.

Six top players from the region are featured on the cover of the 2021 HNIB Showcase Magazine. Top row (l to r) North Shore defenseman Seth Robinson (Avon Old Farms), Middlesex forward Brendan Fennell (Avon Old Farms), Greater Boston forward Kyle LoNigro (Tilton),

Jamie Callery

CLOCK/STATISTICS JACK WRIGHT JEFF MAZZONE WALDA SMITH TIM BERUBE ALEXANDER CASEY CHARLIE ADDESA PATRICK ROACH CAM BERUBE MIKE DEMIRDJIAN

MAGAZINE/PROFILES GARY DEMOPOULOS KEVIN DOYLE JAMIE CALLERY

LAYOUT/DESIGN GARY DEMOPOULOS JAMIE CALLERY VIDEO/SOCIAL MEDIA TREVOR BLACKBURN

ON THE COVER

Bottom row (l to r) South Shore defenseman Bobby Falvey (Hingham), Mass West defenseman Jack Kennedy (Avon Old Farms) and Southern New England defenseman Nolan Dion (Xaverian).

Showcasing Scholastic Hockey Since 1972


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HNIB SUMMER SHOWCASE HISTORY 2019 Showcase Award Winners

MVP/Scoring Champion - Luke Khozozian (Middlesex) Top Goalie - Trevor Lally (Greater Boston) Top Defenseman - Cole Crusberg-Roseen (Northern NE) Pro Prospect - Tim Heinke (Tri-State) Unsung Hero - Dominic Chasse (East Coast) ALL -TOURNAMENT TEAM Jon Tavella (Mass West) Aidan Conolly (South Shore) Ryan O’Halloran (New England)

1982 Brian Lawton (RI) 1983 Steve Leach (Middlesex) Clark Donatelli (RI) 1984 Mike Kelfer (North) Scott Young (West) Craig Janney (RI/Conn) 1985 Greg Brown (West) Dave Capuano (RI) Todd Copeland (West) Tom Fitzgerald (Middlesex) Brian Leetch (Conn) 1986 John LeClair (NNE) Joe Sacco (GBL) Shawn McEachern (GBL) Ted Donato (West) Jon Weisbrod (Mid/Atl) Dave Pergola (M/MV) 1987 Steve Heinze (North) Rob Gaudreau (RI) Jeremy Roenick (South) Joe Cleary (West) Keith Carney (RI) 1988 Bill Guerin (West) Scott LaGrand (NY) Ted Crowley (West) Dave Roberts (Conn) 1989 Keith Tkachuk (GB) Jack Callahan (GB) Matt Martin (Conn) Mike Heinke (Conn) 1990 John Lilley (Middlesex) Mike Prendergast (GB) Bryan Lonsinger (Mid/Atl) Craig Darby (NY) Brett Stickney (NNE) Chad Quenneville (Conn) Ben Coughlin (Middlesex) 1991 Jay Pandolfo (Middlesex) Marc Grande (Mid-West) Don Chase (Mass West) Mike Collett (South Shore) Trevor Hanson (RI) Joe Hulbig (Mass West) Jim Carey (South Shore) 1992 E.J. Bradley (New York)

Christian Halbig (Capital District) Nate Brennan (Middlesex) Max Cocchi (Mass West) Luke Khozozian (Middlesex) Jack Pascucci (New England) Jagger Benson (Northern NE) Gavin Kiley (Northern NE

* NOTE: Due to Covid Protocols, no awards given out in 2020

Best Pro Prospect Award Winners 1997

1998 Bryan Berard Rhode Island 1994 Recipent

1993

1994

1995

1996

Erik Johnson (Mid-West) Dean Campanale (South) Billy Pierce (Middlesex) Jeff Connolly (Mass West) E.J. Bradley (New York) Tom Noble (South) Justin Martin (NNE) Jim Kosecki (New York) Chris Kelleher (Middlesex) Brad Norton (Middlesex) Bryan Berard (RI) Bubba Berenzweig (Mid-West) Bryan Berard (Rhode Island) Bubba Berenzweig (Mid-West) Mike Bent (Gr. Boston) Albie O’Connell (Middlesex) Travis Roy (NNE) Steve MacKinnon (Middlesex) Dan LaCouture (Mass West) Tom Poti (Mass West) J.R. Prestifilippo (Mid-Atlantic) Aaron Boone (NNE) Bobby Allen (South Shore) Mike Souza (Middlesex) Vince Clevenger (Mid-Atlantic) Chris Corrinet (Mass West) Heath Gordon (South) Eric Lind (Conn) Nick Gillis (North) Brendon Hodge (North) Bobby Allen (South)

1999

2000

Ales Dolinar (New York) Chris Dyment (Middlesex) Brian Eklund (South Shore) Tim Foster (North) Jeff Giuliano (NNE) Matt Murley (New York) Mike Pandolfo (Middlesex) Chris Vail (NNE) Greg Boucher (NNE) Paul Kelly (North) Kevin Audit (Mid-Atlantic) John Cronin (South) Trevor Byrne (South) Brian Collins (West)

Chris Dyment Middlesex 1997 Recipent

Tyler Kolarik (Mid-Atlantic) Rob Fried (Mid-Atlantic) Tristan Lush (Merrimack) Gabe Winer (South Shore) Steve Wood (Merrimack) Mike Komisarek (Conn.) Brett Peterson (Mass West) Kenny Smith (Middlesex) Gabe Winer (South Shore) Gabe Gauthier (Pacific) Marvin Degon (Mass West) Ed Caron (NNE) Mike Woodford (Merrimack) (Continued On Page 6)

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2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

HNIB SUMMER SHOWCASE HISTORY

Dan Murphy (Merrimack) Dan Spang (Middlesex) Pat Noonan (Mass West) James Pemberton (RI/SE Mass) Brian Boyle (South Shore) Dan Travis (NNE) Ben Lovejoy (NNE) Paul Baier (RI/SE Mass) Josh Robertson (South Shore) Mike Hartwick (Northern NE) Dan Travis (NNE) Matt Vokes (Mass West) Sean Sullivan (South Shore) Brian Boyle (South Shore) Ryan Cruthers (New York) Carter Lee (Mid Atlantic) Josh Robertson (South Shore) Brian O’Hanley (South Shore) Paul Baier (RI/SE Mass) Will Boardman (NNE) Nolan Boike (Gr. Boston) Rob Bellamy (Mass West) Pierce Norton (Suburban) Pat Bowen (South Shore) Corey Quirk (South Shore) Jon Quick (Connecticut) Alex Petizian (Midwest) Steve Rolecek (NNE) Kevin Maresco (North Shore) J.P. Martignetti (Middlesex) Jon Lareau (South Shore) Greg Rodriguez (New York) Tony Morrone (SE/Capital) Ray Monroe (Mass West) Joe Smith (Middlesex) Justin Kemmerer (Midwest) JP Martignetti (Middlesex) Zach Joy (Northern NE)

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2011

2012

Joe Smith (Middlesex) Jake Klancher (New York) Nick Bonino (Connecticut) John Simpson (Merrimack) Sean Coughlin (North Shore) Paul Thompson (Northeast) Jason Sylvia (Merrimack) Andrew Sherman (Connecticut) Bobby Farnham (Merrimack) Mike Vasilchuk (Middlesex) Chad Johnson (North Shore) Chris Kreider (Merrimack) T.J. Massie (Middlesex) Casey Brugman (North Shore) Kelen Corkum (North Shor) Pat Kiley (Middlesex) Rob Toczylowski (Middlesex) Trent Ruffalo (So. Florida) Jeff Silengo (Mid Atlantic) Mark Adams (Greater Boston) Brian Ward (North Shore) John Caldwell (Greater Boston) Garrett Noonan (South Shore/RI) Mike Pereira (Mid-Atlantic) Colin Sullivan (Conn/NY) Mark Naclerio (Conn/NY) Mike Vecchione (Greater Boston) Brian Morgan (Northern NE) Peter LaFosse (Northern NE) Noel Acciari (South Shore/RI) Zach Luczyk (South Shore/RI) Brian Morgan (Northern NE) Alex Minter (TeamOne) Brendan Collier (Gr. Boston) Zach Borsoi (One Hockey) Kyle O’Brien (Middlesex/Merr.) Chris Zuccaro (TeamOne)

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Brian Bowen (Middlesex/Merr.) Sean Deverin (Central/West) Mason Schmitt (Midwest) Peter Sikalis (South Shore/RI) Shane Kavanagh (South Shore/RI) Ryan Slatky (Northern NE) C.J. Hoy (South Florida) Landon Trutt (Philadelphia) Aaron Clancy (Greater Boston) J.C. Moritz (Philadelphia) Jake Simons (South Florida) Pat Kramer (South Shore/RI) Billy Roche (South Shore/RI Michael Snow (Greater Boston) Pat Daly (North Shore) Channing Gorscak (East Coast) Matt Quercia (North Shore) Nolan McElhaney (South/RI) Robbie Holyoke (South/RI) Alex Gagnon (Canadian Preps) Noah Kane (Sweden Selects) Nolan McElhaney (South/RI) Jonathan Young (NE Sharks) Sean McEvoy (Mass West) Aidan Connolly (South Shore) Adam Bäckehag (Global Selects)

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Olympians

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1992 1993 1994 1995

HNIB SUMMER SHOWCASE HISTORY

No Awards Mark Fidler (South) Jeff Cowles (Middlesex) Ed Rauseo (GBL) Tony Messina (GBL) Jim Campbell (South) Scott Fusco (Middlesex) Art Yeomalakis (GBL) Mike Veno (Middlesex) Dan Shea (South) Brian Noonan (South) Brian Leetch (RI/Conn) Bob Stickney (MVC) Dave Capuano (RI) Dave Guden (Middlesex) Bernie Cassell (South) Sean McEachern (GBL) Mark Bavis (GBL) Mike Ross (Conn) Marc Beran (West) Greg Carvel (NY) Brett Tryder (North) Tom Parlon (Greater Boston) Keith Tkachuk (Greater Boston) Mark Yannetti (North) Jim Krayer (Middlesex) Ben Coughlin (Middlesex) John Lilley (Middlesex) Jim Carey (South Shore) Jamie Thompson (Middlesex) Tom O'Brien (Mid•West) Tom Nolan (Mass•West) Jon Sorg (Mid-Atlantic) Brian Callahan (Gr. Boston) Brad Englehart (NNE) E.J. Bradley (New York) Damian Prescott (North) Mike Bent (Gr. Boston) Pete Zakowich (Conn.) Matt Garver (New York) J.R. Prestifilippo (Mid-Atlantic) Jeff Hamilton (Mid-West)

Most Valuable Player Award Winners

Scott Turco(NNE) 1996 Jeff Giuliano (NNE) Ron Mongeau (Mid-Atlantic) 1997 Ryan Cordeiro (South Shore) Matt Murley (New York) Don Richardson (New York) 1998 John Cronin (South Shore) Trevor Byrne (South Shore) Denis Nam (Mid-West) 1999 Tyler Kolarik (Mid-Atlantic) Mick Mounsey (NNE) 2000 Ben Murphy (Merrimack) Sean Collins (Middlesex) Nathan Cook (Maritimes) 2001 Rugo Santini (Middlesex) Dan Spang (Middlesex) Mike Curtis (South Shore) 2002 Brian Boyle (South Shore) Sean Sullivan (South Shore) Ryan Cruthers (New York) 2003 Carter Lee (Mid-Atlantic) Mike Reilly(Mid-Atlantic) Kyle Smith (NNE) 2004 Steve Rolecek (NNE) Jimmy Koehler (NNE) Kevin Maresco (North Shore) 2005 Michael Adams (Merrimack/Cent) Mark Rinaldi (Mass West) Jay Anctil (Northern NE) 2006 Dennis Kearney (Northeast) Paul Thompson (Northeast) Ted Fabian (NNE) 2007 Bobby Farnham (Merrimack) Seth Anderson (New York) 2008 Trent Ruffalo (So. Florida) Chris Comprosky (So. Florida) Jeff Silengo (Mid Atlantic) 2009 Jackie Bartlett (North Shore)

Zach Andrews (South Florida) 2010 Mike Vecchione (Greater Boston) Tim Coffey (South Shore/RI) Noel Acciari (South Shore/RI) Greg Smart (Midwest) 2011 Alex Minter (TeamOne) Brian Morgan (Northern NE) Zachary Aman (One Hockey) Trace Jablin (One Hockey White) 2012 Brian Bowen (Middlesex/Merr.) Mickey Foley (Central/West) Bobby Mullins (North Shore) Brendan McDonough (Metro) 2013 Jake Simons (South Florida) Danny Moynihan (NNE) Brandon Robert (Philadelphia) Tim Doherty (South/RI) 2014 Jake Simons (South Florida) Derek Tillotson (Northern NE) Aaron Clancy (Greater Boston) 2015 Channing Gorscak (East Coast) Ryan Boucher (South Shore/RI Mike Egan (Middlesex/Merr.) Paul Paduano (South Florida) 2016 Alex Gagnon (Canadian Preps) Dante Maribito (Middlesex/Merr.) Robbie Holyoke (South/RI) 2017 JJ Harding (NE Sharks) David Ojamae (Sweden/Selects) Alex Laplante (Southern) Alex Gagnon (Canadian Preps) 2018 Johnny McElaney (South Shore) Jonathan Courchesne (NNE) Petrus Lindeborg (Global Selects)


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HNIB SUMMER SHOWCASE HISTORY 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

1989 1990 1991 1992

1993 1994

1995

Jim Tortorella (MVC/Dual) John Tyros (MVC/Dual) Steve Cardillo (GBL) Wayne Collins (Middlesex) Dana DeMole (Middlesex) Scott Gordan (South) Tom Barrasso (West) Tim Makris (RI/CM) Dave Delfino (GBL) Dave Littman (RI/Conn) Mark Felicio (RI) Tom Cole (M/MV) Greg Menges (GBL) Alex Moody (North) Mike Mondello (GBL) Mike Mondello (GBL) Mike Doneghey (South) Paul Spagnoletti (Conn) Ed Owens (North) Aaron Israel (Middlesex) Josh Singewald (Conn) Mike Sparrow (Mass•West) Aaron Israel (Middlesex) Jim Carey (South Shore) Kirk Daubenspeck (Mid•West) Greg Hampton (Gr. Boston) Brian Larochelle (NNE) Brian Regan (CT) Lanny Jardine (Mid-West) Brian Boucher (RI) Jason Cherella (South Shore) Peter Zakowich (Conn.) Lanny Jardine (Mid-West) Mike Sheehan (Mass West) J.R. Prestifilippo (Mid-Atlantic) Matt Carney (South Shore) James Whelan (South Shore) Graham Melanson (New Bruns.)

1996 Derek Cunha (South) Jason Hart (Mid-Atlantic) Colin Robinson (NNE) 1997 Brian Eklund (South Shore) Jason Lefevre (New York) Mike Morrison (Gr. Boston) 1998 Justin Jagher (Mass West) Todd Marr (Conn.) Trapper Clark (NNE)

Mike Morrison Greater Boston 1994 Recipent

Top Goalie Award Winners 1999 Ben Fash (Maritimes) Billy Moss (Merrimack) Bill Zaniboni (South Shore) 2000 Gabe Winer (South Shore) Matt Hanson (North Shore) Tim Warner (Greater Boston) Kyle McNulty (RI) 2001 Kevin Kliman (Maritimes) Jeff Pietrasiak (Mass West) Henry Breslin (NNE) 2002 Scott Tomes (NNE) Ryan Hatch (RI/SE Mass) Josh Fillman (South Shore) Issa Azat (Pacific)

2003 Mike Coskren (Suburban) Mike Raine (Maritimes) Issa Azat (Pacific) Mike Reilly (Mid-Atlantic) 2004 Jon Quick (Connecticut) Alex Petizian (Midwest) Jeff Green (RI/SE Mass) 2005 Mike Reilly (New York) Ray Monroe (Mass West) Matt Ward (North Shore) Josh Cappi (Northern NE) 2006 Randy Wolcott (Connecticut) Scott Crowther (NNE) Sergei Sorokolat (SE/Capital) Steve DiDomenico (Merrimack) 2007 T.J. Massie (Middlesex) Austin Erney (Mid Atlantic) Dom Malerba (North Shore) Brad Makowski (Great Lakes) 2008 Ian Hudson (Philadelphia) Brad Barone (South Shore/West) Bobby Ramos (South Florida) Dom Malerba (North Shore) 2009 Zach Andrews (South Florida) Anthony Avitable (Conn/NY) Craig Cataldo (North Shore) Mark Bushy (Philadelphia) 2010 Josh Blum (So. Florida) Paul Roche (South Shore/RI) Patrick Young (Greater Boston) Sam Parker (Greater Boston)

Jonathan Quick Connecticut 1994 Recipent

Ethan Loo (Midwest) 2011 Steve Thulin (TeamOne) Nick Dube (Northern NE) Don Hesse (North Shore) Alex Morin (OneHockey Black) 2012 John Liquori (Central/West) Steve Thulin (TeamOne) Brent Petrowski (Metro) Brett Glendye (Northern NE) Ryan Slatky (Northern NE) 2013 Landon Trutt (Philadelphia) Ryan Slatky (Northern NE) Zac Kemble (South Florida) 2014 Brandon Rozzi (Mid-Atlantic) Luc Ravenelle (Northern NE) Simon Leiva (Northern NE) Ryan Bonnvie (Northeast) 2015 Brendan Cytulik (Philadelphia) Joey Halstrom (South Florida) Noah Brennen (South Florida) 2016 Kyle Martin (Middlesex/Merri.) Matt Anderson (Greater Boston) Ben Nelson (South Florida) Nick Howard (Canadian Preps) 2017 Greg Iverson (Mass West) Nevan Tardif (NNE) Jake Perrin (NE Sharks) 2018 Cole Chingris (North Shore) Wyatt Friedlander (Conn/NY) Nevin Tardif (NNE) Kevin Dacey (Middlesex)


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HNIB SUMMER SHOWCASE HISTORY 1976 Tim Kimball (North) 1977 Jeff Smith (MVC) 1978 George Klapes (GBL) Mark Fusco (Middlesex) 1979 T. J. Connolly (South) 1980 George Boudreau (GBL) 1981 Dom Campedelli (Div. 2) John Bernis (GBL) 1982 Paul Ames (MVC/NH) Joe Brine (Middlesex) 1983 Don Sweeney (MVC/NH) 1984 Chris Biotti (GBL) Perry Florio (RI/Conn) 1985 Joe DiGiacomo (RI) Tim Shenk (South 1986 Tim Roberts (South) Steve McCool (Mid/Atl) 1987 Zach Dargaty (Conn) Scott Matusovich (Conn) Dave Sacco (GBL) Ted Crowley (West) 1988 Kevin O'Sullivan (GBL) Jim Pinti (NY) Ron Pascucci (North) 1989 Scott Malone (GB) Mark Yannetti (North) Matt Martin (Conn) 1990 Brian Mueller (NY) Mike Traggio (Conn) Bryan Lonsinger (Mid/Atl) 1991 Tom Ashe (Mass West) Doug Wood (Middlesex) Keith Aldridge (Mich.) 1992 Blake Sloan (Mid-West) Dave Wainwright (West) Ryan Taylor (North Shore) 1993 Chris Kelleher (Middlesex) Jeff Kealty (Mass West) Tom O'Connor (Mass West) 1994 Bryan Berard (Rhode Island) Bubba Berenzweig (Mid-West) Dave Risk (Mid-Atlantic) 1995 Tom Poti (Mass West) Brian Pothier (South) Jeff Dessner (Mid-West) 1996 Eric Lind (Conn.) Marty Hughes (NY) Bobby Allen (South) 1997 Chris Dyment (Middlesex) Jim Fahey (Gr. Boston) Bob Gordon (Mass West) Peter Metcalf (South) 1998 Evan Nielson (Midwest) Nick Cammarata (Mass West) Trevor Byrne (South) John Cronin (South) 1999 Steve Wood (Merrimack) Brett Peterson (Mass West) Kenny Smith (Middlesex) Mick Mounsey (NNE) Greg Lauze (NNE) 2000 Paul Lynch (North Shore)

Top Defenseman Award Winners

Tom Poti Mass West 1995 Recipient

2001 2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

Brett Peterson Mass West 1999 Recipient

Kevin Darcy (South Shore) Don Grover (South Shore) Brian Mullaly (Merrimack) Dan Spang (Middlesex) Marvin Degon (Mass West) Ben Lovejoy (NNE) Jamie Sifers (Conn) Tom Walsh (Greater Boston) Chris Murray (Mass West) Sean Hurley (NNE) Chris Kelley (Mid Atlantic) Jon Ralph (Mid Atlantic) Bill LeClerc (Merrimack Valley) Sean Sullivan (South Shore) Will Boardman (NNE) Paul Baier (RI/SE Mass) Mike Gershon (Mid-Atlantic) Bret Tyler (Merrimack) Brian O’Hanley (South Shore) Jeff Landers (Suburban) Femi Amurawaiye (Mar/North) Chris Powers (North Shore) Andy Brennan (South Shore) Tom Breslin (NNE) Pat Bowen (South Shore) Justin Kemmerer (Midwest) Nolan Burns (Greater Boston) Steve Coon (New York) Rob Gannon (North Shore) Chris Huxley (South Shore) Justin Kemmerer (Midwest) Chris LaBella (RI/SE Mass) Mike Vasilchuk (Middlesex) Andrew Sherman (Connecticut) Sean Coughlin (North Shore) Jim Gaudet (Northeast) Ryan Pezzulo (Merrimack) Jake Gaffey (NNE) Andrew Sherman (Connecticut) Charlie Carkin (Merrimack) Kyle Konas (Great Lakes) Dan Ahern (Greater Boston) Mike Vasilchuk (Middlesex) Garrett Collins (Middlesex) Tom Kader (North Shore) Whitney Curtin (New York) Brock McGinn (So. Florida) John Ogden (Mid Atlantic)

2009 2010

2011

2012

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Jordan Harris NE Sharks 2016, 2017 Recipient

Sean Gallagher (So. Shore/West) Greg Crovo (Greater Boston) Garrett Noonan (So. Shore/RI) Ben Burbridge (Midwest) Greg Crovo (Greater Boston) Brad Jones (South Florida) William Weimar (Conn/NY) Colin Sullivan (Conn/NY) Connor Evangelista (Gr. Boston) Brian Ouellette (Gr. Boston) Connor Costello (Northern NE) Shane Dunphy (South Shore/RI) Christian Neumann (Midwest) Ryan Sullivan (TeamOne) Colin MacGillivary (Gr. Boston) Shamus Maloney (South/RI) Kyle O’Brien (Middlesex/Mer.) Connor Judson (Midwest) Peter Sikalis (One Hockey Black) Michael Cartwright (So. Florida) Jeremy Young (Middlesex/Merr.) Nick Foland (Middlesex/Merr.) Matt Foley (Central/West) Colin Williamson (Northeast) Peter Sikalis (South Shore/RI) Joe Richardson (South Florida) Nick Gorski (NNE) Trevor Kacz (South/RI) Connor Hegarty (Gr. Boston) Alessandro Bianchi (Philadelphia) Joey Richardson (South Florida) Payton Janscy (North Shore) Vinny D’Amore (Conn/NY) Seth Murray (North Shore) Joe Griffin (Middleex/Merr.) Ben Barton (South Florida) Billy Roche (South Shore/RI) Brendan Maloney (Middlesex/Merr.) Jordan Harris (NE Sharks) Sean Kimura (Canadian Preps) Jordan Harris (NE Sharks) Oskar Bjurstrom (Sweden/Selects) Brendan Maloney (Middlesex) Sean Kimura (Canadian Preps) Teddy Griffin (South Shore) Adam Svensson (Global Selects) Jonathan Riel (NNE) Jagger Benson (NNE)


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HNIB SUMMER SHOWCASE HISTORY 1978 1979

1980

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

Sophomore MVPs

Bob Carpenter John Tiano John Cappellano Trini Iturralde Allan Bourbeau (Offense) Tom Barrasso (Defense) Dave Jensen (Offense) Larry Rusconi (Offense) Dave Delfino (Defense) Steve Smith (Offense Scott Young (Offense) Chris Biotti (Defense) Tom Fitzgerald (Offense) Greg Brown (Offense) Bob Stickney (Defense) Brian Leetch (Defense) Greg Menges (Defense) Dave Emma (Defense) Dave Pergola (Offense) Sean Farley (Offense) Sean McEachern (Offense) Ted Crowley (Defense) Bob Gaudreau (Defense) Matt Mallgrave (Offense) Jeremy Roenick (Offense) Alex Moody (Defense) Ron Pascucci (Defense) Jim McGrath (Defense) Keith Tkachuk (Offense) Sean Wenham (Defense) Mark Yannetti (Defense) Mike Heinke (Defense) John Lilley (Offense) Rob Canavan (Offense) Ian Moran (Defense) Mike Dunham (Defense) Jim Campbell (Offense) Tom Nolan (Offense) Don Chase (Offense) Mike Santonelli (Offense) Tom Ashe (Defense) Eric Petersen (Offense) Billy Pierce (Offense)

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1997 1998 1999 2000

2001

2002

Brendan Shaw (Defense) Chris Hanson (Offense) Jerry Keefe (Offense) Tom O'Connor (Defense) Ryan Harris (Offense) Bryan Berard (Defense) Dan Zaluski (Defense) Mike Souza (Offense) Brett Chodorow (Offense) Mario LeBlanc (Offense) Tom Poti (Defense) Marc Jacquart (Defense) Brendan Hodge (Offense) Joe Exter (Defense) Ryan Cordeiro (Offense) Jeff Giuliano (Offense) Chris Dyment (Defense) Chris Connelly (Goalie) Tim Calabro (Offense) Paul Kelly (Offense) Brad Nizwantowski (Offense) Mick Mounsey (Defense) Bill Cass (Defense) Justin Jagher (Goalie) Kurt Wright (Offense) Kevin Darcy (Defense) Trapper Clark (Goalie) Kyle McNulty (Goalie) Sean Collins (Offense) Dan Spang (Defense) Marvin Degon (Defense) Ben Lovejoy (Defense) Todd Fletcher (Offense) Rob Horgan (Goalie) Derek Gulizia (Offense) Chris Donovan (Offense) Chris Trovato (Offense) Will Schaetzl (Defense) Pat Bowen (Defense) Pat Boudreau (Goalie) Scott Tomes (Goalie) Mark Rinaldi (Offense) Derek Gulizia (Offense)

Jerry Keefe 1991 Recipent

Mike Souza 1993 Recipent

2003

2004 2005

2006

Chris Genovese (Defense) Femi Amurawaiye (Defense) Andrew Andricopoulos (Defense) Andrew Ricci (Goalie) Jonathan Maniff (Offense) Mark Rinaldi (Offense) Mike Ashley (Offense) Justin Pallos (Offense) Jayson Lee (Defense) John Webster (Defense) Matt Ward (Goalie) Evan Johnson (Goalie) Joe Smith (Offense) John Simpson (Offense) Josh Rabbani (Offense) Dan Rainer (Offense) Bobby Farnham (Offense) Chad Johnson (Offense) Chris Buonomo (Offense) Zach Menard (Defense) Chris Melanson (Defense) James Pantano (Goalie) Brian Taptick (Goalie) Keven Meehan (Offense) Casey Brugman (Offense) Chris Menard (Offense) Joe King (Offense) Jackie Bartlett (Offense) Preston Kaye (Defense) David Grilk (Goalie) (Continued On Page 11)

Kristian Hanson 1991 Recipent


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2007 2008 2009

2010

HNIB SUMMER SHOWCASE HISTORY

Keith Veronesi (Offense) James Williams (Offense) Mike Sullivan (Defense) Mike DeLaVergne (Goalie) Robbie St. Germain (Goalie) Ben Balsama (Offense) Garrett White (Offense) Nick Rogers (Offense) Matthew Paloscio (Goalie) Bobby Hawkes (Defense) Austin Surowiec (Offense) Ross Olsson (Offense) Nathan Soter (Offense) Chandler Moore (Offense) Christian Pomarico (Defense) Kevin Clare (Defense) Tim Keegan (Defense) Joe DeLuca (Offense) Bobby Mullins (Offense) Pat Lynch (Offense)

2011

2012

2013 2014

Joe Lace (Defense) Jacob Caffrey (Defense) Evan Morelli (Defense) Curtis Frye (Defense) Ben Brandau (Offense) Spencer Cage (Defense) Richard Yusa (Offense) Brian Bowen (Offense) Connor Jewett (Offense) John Festa (Offense) Bailey MacBurnie (Goalie) Peter Crinella (Central/West) Garrett Geane (Conn./NY) Jeff Morgan (National Sophs) Michael Snow (Mass/NE Sophs) Ben Barton (Mass/NE Sophs) John McLean (Mass/NE Sophs) Billy Roche (Mass/NE Sophs) Nick Botticelli (Mass/NE Sophs) Connor Moynihan (NNE) Billy Smith (Mass/NE Sophs)

2015 2016 2017 2018

Aaron Garrison (National Sophs) James Nash (National Sophs) Matthew Thomson (Metro) Cam Berube (South Florida) Jonathan Young (Soph All Stars) Alex Daccord (Soph All Stars) Brendan Nehmer (Mass West) Cam Ryan (Soph All Stars) Tim Kippenberger (Soph All Stars) Mark Bishopp (Soph. All Stars) Jonathan Tavella (Mass West) Anthony Messuri (Soph All Stars) Skyler Coard (NJ/Metro) Ryan Pomposelli (Soph All Stars) Kevin Burkett (Soph All Stars) Charlie Miele (Soph All Stars) Nate Glencross (Soph All Stars) Patrick Somerville (Central) Tyler Anastasi (Northeast)

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2020 BOYS MAJOR SHOWCASE REVIEW

Cruise To 8-1 Win In Title Game

Mass. West Rolls To Championship

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Mass West took home the 2020 HNIB Boys Major Showcase title with an 8-1 win over Middlesex.

ass West and Middlesex met for the third straight year in the finals of the 2020 HNIB Boys Major Showcase.

The previous two title games were barnburners both not decided until the second overtime. Mass West won in 2018 and Middlesex returned the favor in 2019. This time, it wouldn’t be nearly as close. Mass West put the finishing touches on a perfect 6-0 run, scoring four goals in each half en route to a convincing 8-1 win to secure the Showcase championship. The winners showed off their outstanding team depth, with seven different players scoring a goal. Tournament scoring champion Ben Zimmerman was the only Mass. West player with a pair of goals. Mass West jumped out to a 4-0 lead after the first half. Will Holland got things going on the scoresheet, and he was followed by Evan Phaneuf, Logan Dapprich and Zimmerman. Brandon Spaulding increased the lead to 5-0 early in the second half before Reid Malatesta would score the only goal for Middle sex Zimmerman’s second of the day made it a 6-1 game before Joe Lucien and Brennan Horn rounded out the scoring. Ben Zaranek and A.J. DiChiara split time in goal for Mass West.

2020 HNIB SHowcaSe ScorINg LeaderS

G 1. Ben Zimmerman (Mass West) 9 2. Brandon Spaulding (Mass West) 5 3. Brennan Horn (Mass West) 3 4. Jon Surrette (Middlesex) 4 Pat Somerville (NE) 4 6. Drew Haxton (RI/SE Mass) 5 Ronny Paragallo (Mass West) 3 8. Jerry Duckett (Mass West) 5 Dom Chasse (East Coast) 5 Evan Phaneuf (Mass West) 5 Colin Norton (RI/SE Mass) 3 Ben Fici (Middlesex) 3 13.Tom McGaffigan (Gr. Boston) 4 Matt Pelletier (Mass West) 1 5 tied with 7 pts

A 9 9 10 7 7 5 7 4 4 4 6 6 4 7

Pts 18 14 13 11 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 8


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2020 MAJOR SHOWCASE ROUND-ROBIN STANDINGS LOFARO DIVISION

New England Essex Conn/NY North Shore Suburban

W 4 3 1 1 0

L 0 1 2 3 3

T 0 0 1 0 1

Pts 8 6 3 2 1

Middlesex Greater Boston South Shore Northeast Bears One

W 3 2 2 1 0

L 0 0 2 2 4

T 1 2 0 1 0

Pts 7 6 4 3 0

W Mass West 4 Southern NE 3 Merrimack Valley 2 RI/SE Mass 1 Bears Two 0

L 0 1 2 3 4

T 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 8 6 4 2 0

W 4 2 2 1 0

L 0 1 2 2 4

T 0 1 0 1 0

Pts 8 5 4 3 0

PRIOR DIVISION

DOHERTY DIVISION

Goaltending Leaders

1. Jake Fillion (New England) 2. Bennett Ostern (Tri-State) 3. A.J. Dichiara (Mass West) Ben Zaranek (Mass West) 5. Luke Roberts (New England) Sam York (Essex) 7. Max Macchioni (Northeast) 8. Kyle Harvey (Southern NE) Stefan Kulhanek (NNE) Lucas Canelli (Essex) Aiden Belt (East Coast) Dylan Lowe (South Shore)

PP G SO AVE 5 4 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

2 2 4 4 4 4 5 6 6 6 6 6

3 2 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 0

0.80 1.00 1.33 1.33 1.60 1.60 2.00 2.40 2.40 2.40 2.40 2.40

GILMARTIN DIVISION

Tri-State Northern NE East Coast Central/West Mid-Atlantic

ESSEX FORWARD Nick Marino fires shot on goal in round-robin action against Team New England.


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47th Annual HNIB Summer Showcase Haverhill Valley Forum - Haverhill, MA July 28th - August 1st, 2021

LOFARO DIVISION Black Bears East Coastal East Coast Mid-Atlantic Middlesex Northeast

MAJOR SUMMER SHOWCASE TEAMS

PRIOR DIVISION Black Bears North Greater Boston Mass West Northern NE North Shore

DOHERTY DIVISION Black Bears West Central/West Soph All Stars Southern NE Suburban

GILMARTIN DIVISION Black Bears South Capital District Connecticut/NY Essex Metropolitan South Shore

Wednesday - July 28th (Mini-Practice/Game 1)

9:00am 11:00am 1:00pm 3:00pm 5:00pm 7:00pm

Blue Arena Sophs ___ Black Bears West.___ Northeast ___ Middlesex ___ Black Bears East ___ Mid Atlantic ___ North Shore ___ Northern NE ___ Greater Boston ___ Southern NE ___ Coastal ___ East Coast ___

8:20am 10:00am 11:40am 1:20pm 3:20pm 5:00pm 6:40pm 8:20pm

Blue Arena Conn/NY ___ Black Bears So. ___ Southern NE ___ Suburban. ___ Northeast ___ East Coast ___ Black Bears East___ Coastal ___ Conn/NY ___ Capital District. ___ Mass West ___ Sophs ___ Mid Atlantic ___ East Coast ___ Middlesex ___ Coastal ___

Gold Arena 10:00am Suburban ___ Central/West 12:00pm Black Bears So. ___ Essex. 2:00pm Black Bears No ___ Mass West 4:00pm South Shore ___ Conn/NY 6:00pm Capital District ___ Metropolitan

Thursday - July 29th 8:00am 9:40am 11:20am 1:00pm 3:00pm 4:40pm 6:20pm 8:00pm

Gold Arena Black Bears No. ___ North Shore Black Bears West___ Central/West South Shore ___ Metropolitan Mid Atlantic ___ Middlesex Greter Boston ___ Northern NE Black Bears So. ___ South Shore Essex ___ Metropolitan Black Bears East ___ Northeast

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(All Games are two 23-Minute Halves) * For Playoffs, 4 Divisional winners will be designated top four seeds, ranked by best record. The four second place teams will qualify for the playoffs and be designated Seeds 5-8.


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8:00am 9:30am 11:00am 12:30pm 2:00pm 3:30pm 5:00pm 6:30pm 8:00pm

Blue Arena Northeast ___ Coastal Conn/NY ___ Metropolitan Greater Boston ___ Mass West North Shore ___ Central/West Black Bears East___ Middlesex Northern NE ___ Suburban North Shore ___ Mass West Sophs ___ Central/West Middlesex ___ East Coast

Friday - July 30th ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

8:00am 9:40am 11:20am 1:00pm 2:40pm 4:40pm 6:20pm 8:00pm

Gold Arena Black Bears West___ Suburban Black Bears East___ East Coast Capital District ___ Black Bears So. Mid Atlantic ___ Coastal Essex ___ Conn/NY South Shore ___ Capital District Mid Atlantic ___ Northeast Black Bears No. ___ Northern NE

___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

At Lawrence Valley Forum - Lawrence, MA 8:30am Sophs ___ Southern NE ___ 10:10am South Shore ___ Essex ___ 1:30pm Black Bears West___ Southern NE ___ 3:10pm Black Bears No. ___ Greater Boston ___ 4:50pm Black Bears So. ___ Metropolitan ___

Saturday - July 31st

Blue Arena 8:00am Black Bears West ___ Black Bears No. ___ 9:40am Greater Boston ___ North Shore ___ 11:20am Suburban ___ Sophs ___

Gold Arena 8:00am Essex ___ Capital District ___ 9:40am Northern NE ___ Mass West ___ 11:20am Southern NE ___ Central/West ___

Saturday - July 31st - Quarterfinals

Blue Arena 4:00pm 1st Place___ 2nd Place___ 5:45pm 1st Place___ 2nd Place___

Gold Arena 4:00pm 1st Place___ 2nd Place___ 5:45pm 1st Place___ 2nd Place___

Sunday - August 1st - Semifinals/Finals

9:00am

9:15am

Quarterfinal Winner

Quarterfinal Winner

2:00pm (Final)

- Semifinals -

Blue Arena ___ Quarterfinal Winner

Gold Arena ___ Quarterfinal Winner

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- Championship Game Blue Arena Semifinal Winner ______________ ___ Semifinal Winner ______________ ___

Showcase All Star Game will be held immediately after the Championship Game at 4pm - Blue Arena


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MIDDLESEX LEAGUE AWARDS 2020/21

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

DYNAMIK SPORTS OWNER Mark Doherty presented 20-21 Middlesex League MVP Awards to (l to r) Arlington’s Maddie Krepelka, Woburn’s Jonathan Surrette and Brendan Fennell of Melrose.


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HNIB BOYS MAJOR SHOWCASE COACHING STAFF

Gary Bishop Bishop Guertin

John Messuri Arlington HS

Geoff Marottolo Donohue HockeySkills

Jim Salfi

Dan Connolly Marshfield HS

Paul Dimarino Exeter (NH) HS

Kevin Kervick

Paul Tortorella Phillips Andover

Jack O’Brien Hebron Academy

Will Ortiz Dexter Southfield

Dave Spinale Xaverian

Karl Bonawitz MyEdge Philadelphia

Tim Murphy Catholic Memorial

Chris Kuchar Malden Catholic

Mark Doherty Reading HS

Ben Hammock Apex Athletic

Matt Lavallee Maine Moose

Sean Roach

Alex Moody Black Bears Acad.

Tim Recio Black Bears Acad.

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HNIB Congratulates the winners of our 2021 Sophomore All Star Tournament and 2021 Junior High Festival!


Greater Boston’s LoNigro Has Veteran Presence

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Former St. Mary’s Star Heads Off To Tilton By Kevin Doyle - HNIB

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hen the time came for Kyle LoNigro to decide about prep school, the former St. Mary’s of Lynn (MA) scoring leader settled on The Tilton School in New Hampshire pretty quickly. “After the unusual year we had with COVID-19, I felt another year of education and hockey would be very beneficial to me. I’m familiar with the Lakes Region and the strong level of Prep Hockey up that way. I had heard great things about Coach (Brooks) McQuade and the school. After speaking with coach and touring, I definitely knew this was the right fit for me,” LoNigro said.

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LoNigro will work to make up for lost time at Tilton. A serious leg injury cost the 6-0, 175-pound forward his entire sophomore season and he was dogged by injuries during his junior year as well. Nevertheless, he accumulated 21 goals and 37 points in his final two seasons, leading the Spartans in scoring as a senior captain. St. Mary’s coach Mark Lee described LoNigro as “a great leader, a natural goalscorer with a heavy shot, and a very high hockey IQ to go with his high skill level.” For his part, McQuade is eager to see what LoNigro brings to the Rams’ program and thinks his high school injuries could prove to be a motivating factor. “Kyle should adjust to the prep level well. He is good-sized, uses his body to

the puck effectively, is not afraid to go to the net and competes at a high level in every 50/50 battle. He has been plagued by injuries, so we know how excited he is to get the extra year both academically and athletically. He is a high-character young man from a good family. We look forward to welcoming him to Tilton,” he said. LoNigro has been working his on- and off-ice programs diligently in preparation for the pace of play at the prep school level and is hopeful of making a relatively smooth transition. “I would say my strengths on the ice is my ability to be in the right place at the right time and being able to put the puck in the back of the net. Working hard and leading by example is also an important part of my game. I’m always looking to improve my skating which is my main focus this off-season,” LoNigro said of his own game. He has been a fan of is a fan of Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby since childhood because “he is the hardest working player on his team and he makes everyone around him better. He has proven that he is one of the best players to ever play.” When Massachusetts scrapped state post-season tournaments this past season, winning the Catholic Central League Cup Championship became a point of focus. The Spartans handled previously unbeaten Archbishop Williams in the title game, 4-1, after having lost both regular-season contests to the Bishops. LoNigro scored twice, including the GWG. “It’s my favorite memory at St. Mary’s because we had a great group of seniors that all came together when it mattered,” LoNigro said. Lessons learned from his grandfather and father have been crucial in his growth as a person and player. “They both have an incredible work ethic and are always teaching me to be a smarter and better hockey player on the ice,” LoNigro said. LoNigro will be skating for Greater Boston this week – his fourth HNIB Summer Showcase – and knows full well what to expect.


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Middlesex’s Fennell A Throwback Rugged Forward A Three-Sport Standout

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By Kevin Doyle - HNIB

ohn Gardner, the Hall of Fame head coach at Avon Old Farms, is well aware of the potential offensive production incoming PG Brendan Fennell could supply this coming season. Gardner, though, is more intrigued by Fennell’s all-around athleticism. I’m really looking forward to having this type of throwback (34 sports) athlete at Avon for a PG year. He is a strong physical player who should really develop with an emphasis on his skating this fall,” Gardner said.

A four-year varsity player hockey player at Melrose (MA) High School, Fennell was a two-time Middlesex League Freedom Division MVP; was quarterback of the school’s 2019 Super Bowl Champion football team; and also plays lacrosse and golf.

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He finished his hockey career with 164 points in what is regarded as one of the premier public school leagues in Massachusetts. That included an explosive junior season (2228-50) that he then followed up with 13-16-29 numbers in just 10 games during 2021’s COVID shortened campaign. He is eager to get started at AOF. “I chose Avon because it is an unbelievable academic and athletic school, that has a great hockey tradition. Avon will help prepare me for college next year,” Fennell said. “I believe it will be a smooth transition due to me playing in tournaments with prep school kids in the summers. I have played with many players at that level over the years and I believe I will be fine.” It should come as no surprise that Fennell’s favorite NHL player is the Bruins’ Brad Marchand “due to his ability to protect the puck and his incredible vision on the ice” – attributes he cites among his own strengths on the ice. “But definitely there is always improvement to make in my skating,” he said in assessing his own development at this point. He ranks Melrose’s 2021 Middlesex League championship, its first in 40 years, as his favorite all-time hockey memory to date and credits his older brother Mike as his biggest influence (Continued On Page 21).

MIDDLESEX FORWARD BRENDAN FENNELL

EXCELLED IN THREE SPORTS DURING HIS CAREER AT

MELROSE HIGH:

HOCKEY, LACROSSE AND FOOTBALL.


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Fennell Will Head To Avon Old Farms For 2021-22 Year (Continued From Page 20)

“He played three sports for Melrose and he has always pushed me to be the best player and person I can be. He has always been supportive in everything I do,” Fennell said. He expects this week’s Summer Showcase to produce intense competition and hopeful of broadening his exposure among colleges. “Right now I am working this out. I do not have an exact preference on what college, but I know I want to play hockey and am considering playing two sports. I am also interested in studying Business Administration,” said Fennell, who compiled a 3.7 GPA in high school. Follow us on Twitter all year long! @hnibonline

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Hingham’s Falvey Backbones South Shore Defense

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obby Falvey – Hingham High’s superb senior defenseman and tri-captain – knows a thing or two about Harbormen hockey. In the interest of full disclosure, he is the nephew of veteran Hingham head coach Tony Messina and has been around the program since he was a child. “We are very close and have been talking Hingham hockey ever since he was a young kid. He has always been very knowledgeable about the game. He has had a strong passion for the game since he was a boy and works at his game year-round,” said Messina.

Falvey played a key role during last year’s COVID truncated campaign, helping steer the Harbormen to a 14-1-0 record and the Patriot Cup Tournament title. He put up a 5-12-17 stat line, following up a 15-point sophomore campaign. “Last season was very different in many ways. .I’m glad for the seniors that we were able to have a meaningful season and we were thankful to have the opportunity to compete for a championship,” Falvey said. “This coming year, we will have an Independent schedule once again. We expect to be one of the best teams in the state and be a serious contender to win the state championship.”

“His IQ is very strong and easy to see during a game. He very rarely makes a risky or ill-advised pass or play and grasps quickly any concept you throw his way.” - Hingham Coach Tony Messina

FALVEY WILL BE A TRI-CAPTAIN FOR THE HARBORMEN THIS SEASON.

That opportunity will not come in the prestigious Division 1A Tournament, suspended for at least two seasons by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association’s Tournament Management Committee. Dominated by Catholic schools since it began in 1991, it is an aspirational event for the premier public school programs. Hingham (2010) is one of only three publics to win the tournament. Coach Messina said Falvey’s hockey sense differentiates him from his peers. “His IQ is very strong and easy to see during a game. He very rarely makes a risky or illadvised pass or play and grasps quickly any concept you throw his way. He is a team-first player and comes to the rink with a positive outlook. This year, he is one of our tri-captains and they are already doing a great job in leading the troops in some of the off-ice activities,” Messina said. Falvey has a boatload of memories from his years with the Harbormen. Among them: winning the Patriot Cup and the Buzzards Bay Showcase this past season; defeating St. John’s Prep, 9-1, and Pope Francis, 2-1, as a sophomore; and knocking off Xaverian, 4-3, in overtime at this year’s Final Four Tournament. (Continued On Page 23)


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In assessing his own game it’s not surprising that Falvey sounds a bit like, well, a coach. “I would say I am a strong skater that uses my stick well. I view myself as a reliable, two-way defenseman with a high hockey IQ that can be put in all different situations. I have developed the offensive aspect of my game, which has helped tremendously. In order to transition to the next level, I will need to continue to improve my skating, shot, strength, and speed,” he said. “Bobby has improved his skating significantly over the past couple years. This has allowed him to be very effective in all critical situations including on the PK and quarterbacking the PP. We look for him to have another very strong year in which he creates even more interest for the next level,” said coach Messina. It is equally unsurprising that Falvey is a massive fan of UMass Hobey Baker winner (2019) and Colorado Avalanche NHL Rookie of the Year (2020) Cale Makar. “He is an unbelievable skater that can play on both ends of the ice. His decep-

Falvey a High iQ Blueliner

tiveness and patience all over the ice are fun to watch,” he said. Family has provided the biggest influence on Falvey’s career. “Whether it was my dad coaching me from Mites to Bantams, or my mom being my number one fan and emphasizing the importance of academics, they have always been there to support me. Another influence is coach Messina. The collegelike program coach Messina runs, as well as the professional culture he creates, makes playing for the Harbormen that much more special,” Falvey said. He will skate for the South Shore squad coached by Marshfield High’s Dan Connolly in this week’s Summer Showcase and anticipates a competitive event. Future plans include prep school and college hockey, although those decisions remain down the road a bit. “I’m not sure what college I will pursue but it will definitely be a school that will challenge me both academically and athletically. I have a strong interest in Sports

Management and Psychology,” said Falvey, who is a third baseman and captain-elect of the 2022 HHS baseball team and maintains a 4.21 GPA.

BoBBy Falvey HingHam Star


SNE Defenseman Nolan Dion A ‘Special Player’

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By Kevin Doyle - HNIB

All things being equal, Xaverian of the Catholic Conference dealt with the impact of COVID-19 about as well as any program in Massachusetts this past season. After starting 0-2-3, the Hawks found their bearing as they won six of their final seven games to finish 6-3-3 and defeated Catholic Memorial, 3-1, in the league tournament championship game. “Winning the championship game against CM this year was an amazing night because we worked so hard together as a team. This was a goal we set at the beginning of the season and it was amazing to achieve together,” said senior defenseman Nolan Dion, an All-Scholastic selection and league all-star.

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A competitive core group returns and, Dion said, expectations are high headed into this season. ram /////////////////////////////////////////////// “Our goal is to work hard with skating and off-ice conditioning to be on top of the Catholic Conference again. We are looking forward to hopefully playing more games and making a run for the State title,” said Dion, also a defenseman in lacrosse.

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“Nolan is a special player. He sees the ice well and makes plays all over the ice. He has eyes behind his head and can thread a stretch pass with amazing hands. His hands are gifted and he keeps pucks live that sometimes should leave the zone and gives our forwards second and third scoring chances.”

- Xaverian coach Dave Spinale

College preparatory program serving grades 9-12 & postgraduates, located in Tilton, New Hampshire Competitive Boys’ Varsity A, Varsity B and Girls’ Varsity Programs

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Coach Dave Spinale marvels at Dion’s ability to maneuver through traffic in all three zones, creating offensive opportunities for himself and his teammates. “Nolan is a special player. He sees the ice well and makes plays all over the ice. He has eyes behind his head and can thread a stretch (Continued On Page 25)


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Dion Hopes To Lead Hawks To Top Of Catholic Conference Again (Continued From Page 24)

pass with amazing hands. His hands are gifted and he keeps pucks live that sometimes should leave the zone and gives our forwards second and third scoring chances,” Spinale said. Dion knows there here always something to work on to successfully transition to the next level, wherever that may be. “I feel I need to continue improving my overall strength and conditioning,” said Dion, a fan of Tampa Bay rearguard Ryan McDonagh. “He's a smart, strong, and physical player that plays smart and works hard in all three zones.” His favorite memories of his time at Xaverian have been the chance to play in several “Hockey Fights Cancer” games. “It is an amazing charity that the team works to support and fundraise to help families affected by cancer. It's always a great day and means a great deal to our program,” he said. The Xaverian blue liner considers his dad to be his biggest influence as a player. “He coached me when I was younger, taught me to understand the fundamentals of the game and how to work hard both on and off the ice,” said Dion, a Summer Showcase returnee who will skate for the Southern New England squad this week. “I enjoyed the tournament last summer and am looking forward to more competitive games again this summer.” He is leaving his options open in regards to college but wants to continue his hockey career with an interest of pursuing a degree in Math or Science. He enters his senior year with a 3.79 (weighted) GPA.

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Mass West’s Kennedy Looking Forward To Making Move to Avon Old Farms

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Jack Kennedy was a mainstay on the blue line for powerhouse Pope Francis this past season and will take his talents to Avon Old Farms for the coming year.

By Kevin Doyle - HNIB

s significant goals go, they don’t come much bigger than the OT dagger delivered by then sophomore defenseman Jack Kennedy of Pope Francis that ousted St. John’s Prep, 3-2, in the semifinals of the 2020 Massachusetts Division 1A Tournament and sent the Cardinals to the title game for the third straight year. “That feeling was indescribable and I remember Coach (Brian) Foley telling me that was probably the biggest goal scored in program history. To be able to do that with that group was amazing, and will be something I never forget in my lifetime,” Kennedy said. The Cardinals had to settle for a co-state title as all MIAA championship games were cancelled due to the pandemic. Kennedy has opted to move on to Avon Old Farms, a short hop down the I-91 corridor, as a repeat junior this season. “We talked about it a lot at home and decided the experience is going to be great for me. I’m going to meet a lot of great people and grow as a person and hockey player over the next two years. I love the facilities and campus and the hockey program does a phenomenal job with their players. We’ve been hearing about all their success for years and I’m very excited to be able to join their group,” said Kennedy, who also skates with the Springfield Rifles.

“We talked about it a lot at home and decided the experience is going to be great for me. I’m going to meet a lot of great people and grow as a person and hockey player over the next two years. I love the facilities and campus and the hockey program does a phenomenal job with their players.”

- Mass West’s Jack Kennedy

Pope Francis ran wild against its Massachusetts competition during this past COVID-shortened season, finishing 9-0-0 and outscoring opponents, 63-9. The program also regularly plays a number of prep schools and Kennedy anticipates a relatively smooth transition to the pace of play. “I’ve been playing with a lot of prep guys these past few years for the Rifles in the fall and doing a lot of summer tournaments for a bunch of different teams with other prep guys. Pope Francis was also able to get games in against good prep schools (Dexter, Brunswick, Gunnery, Albany Academy, etc.) so I feel I know what to expect,” he said. AOF’s Hall of Fame head coach John Gardner is eager to get Kennedy on board and acclimated to the program. (Continued On Page 28)


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Robinson Eyes Big Season At Avon Old Farms Local Product Leads North Blue Line

Robinson’s favorite hockey memories include one from this past season, when AOF lightened pandemic restrictions and allowed 100 students to attend in person for the first time; and another when his Valley Junior Warriors youth team had the “unreal experience of playing on the 1980 Olympic Rink” in Lake Placid. Robinson said his physicality and biting his edges into the ice are key elements to his success on the backline but also knows “I need to improve on everything especially my first three steps and max speed.” He studies undersized defenseman Jared Spurgeon of the Minnesota Wild because “he's elusive and quick and really controls the game when he is out there.” Robinson says his drive to succeed is fueled by his family. “I mean I’d have to say my family. My pops coached me for 10 years and my brothers played hockey until high school. My brothers and I were very competitive and I believe that pushed me to be the player I am today,” he said. (Continued On Page 28)

SETH ROBINSON - NORTH SHORE AVON OLD FARMS STANDOUT

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By Kevin Doyle - HNIB

eth Robinson, the standout defenseman for Avon Old Farms, has some seriously high expectations for the Winged Beavers this season – fulfilling a team goal set in the final game of the 2019-2020 season, a 4-3 OT semifinal loss to Salisbury in the Stuart/Corkery Elite 8 Tournament. “The goal is winning an Elite 8 championship. We have a great returning class and some incoming guys who will make us even stronger than we were last year. I do believe with both my work ethic and maturity I can be a leader on a championship worthy team,” said Robinson, who hails from Haverhill MA. AOF’s Hall of Fame Coach John Gardner knows what he has in Robinson and expects him to be a key driver this season. “He’s a good skater with an in-your-face defensive mentality. He is very tough to play against,” Gardner said.


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Jack Kennedy Leads Mass West Defense

“We are looking forward to seeing him as a repeat junior in the prep (Continued From Page xx) league. I think he moves the puck . Kennedy considers his abilities to walk the well and uses his edges to gain speed blue line to open shooting and passing lanes, and agility in his skating,” to quarterback the power play, and to move the puck exiting the defensive zone to be the strengths of his game. “I feel I need to work on my physicality. I’ve been getting better at it but I’m still trying to be more of a force out there. I need to be stronger in the corners and be better at one-on-ones,” said Kennedy, a fan of the Bruins’ Charlie McAvoy “because he’s so responsible on the ice. He’s reliable in the Dzone but he can also move the puck and be an offensive threat.” Kennedy said his father is his biggest influence and that all of his coaches have had JACK KENNEDY a hand in steering him to this point. MASS WEST “My dad is always pushing me to be a bet-

ter player, student, and overall person. I’ve been fortunate enough to be coached by some great coaches and role models and I have learned so much from them throughout the years,” he said. Kennedy is a member of the MassWest club stocked with an abundance of Pope Francis players in this week’s Summer Showcase. “I expect good competition and I expect us to win some hockey games. I know we have two good goalies so we will be competitive,” he said. The college decision process remains a bit down the road and Kennedy isn’t sure about a course of studies. He did indicate that “any Division 1 or Division 3 college hockey program with good academics in the Northeast would be perfect for me.” He compiled a 3.7 GPA at Pope Francis

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North Shore’s Robinson Ready For Leadership Role (Continued From Page 27)

Robinson played for Merrimack Valley in last year’s Summer Showcase but shifts to the North Shore squad this week. He's expecting another competitive event and is especially looking forward to playing with other players on the team from Haverhill. In regards to college, Robinson would like to attend either one of the military academies or a NESCAC school. A wide range to be sure but hehas a plan in place for each eventuality. “If the chance comes for D1 that’d be unreal since it’s been the dream since Day One. I haven’t really put too much thought into what I’d like to study, but I think I will study Mechanical Engineering in hopes to partner with my brother to start a business,” he said.


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Young Team Will Battle Hard

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ne of four teams entered into the HNIB Showcase by the Black Bears Academy, Black Bears East will look to compete with a young squad. Alex Moody and Tim Recio of the Black Bears Academy will coach this squad. Forwards hail from a wide variety of areas. North Dakota

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native Hunter Walla played this past year with the Rushmore Thunder, while fellow ’04 Eric Horein comes from the Madison Capitols program in Wisconsin. Closer to home, senior Tyler Coskren was the member of a D1 state championship team at Concord HS in New Hampshire. Marcus Dupree skated with the Westchester Express in New

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DANIEL MCCLISH

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FORWARDS Daniel McClish Jackson Kadlec Hunter Walla Marcus Dupree Max Larkin Garren Navarez Eric Horein Ethan Beane Luc Narvari Tyler Coskren Finn Fitzgerald Peterson Geissler

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GOALIES William Oakeley Devin DeCarlo

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DEFENSE Colton Kozma Christopher Thibault Nathan Rabadam Dylan Hunt Jonathan Howell CJ Scott

HOMETOWN Missouri Connecticut Pennsylvania Minnesota Pennsylvania New Jersey

Coach: Alex Moody - Black Bears Academy Colors: White/Black/Gray York. 05 Daniel McClish is from Ohio and Walsh Jesuit HS. Jackson Kadlec plays for the Houston Wild in his native Texas. Two youngsters hoping to show what they can do come from Arizona in Finn Fitzgerald of the Jr. Sun Devils and Garren Nevarez out of the Arizona Bobcats. Up-and-comer Peterson Geissler was with the Connecticut Jr. Rangers program last winter, while Max Larkin is out of the Nutmeg State’s Woodstock Academy. Rounding out the forward group are Luc Navari and Ethan Beane, a California native from the Northwest

Stars. On the blue line, both Jonathan Howell of Chartier Valley HS (PA) and C.J. Scott from New Jersey’s St. Augustine Prep bring lots of experience. Nathan Rabadam is a product of the Little Flyers U16 program. Dylan Hunt comes to HNIB from Minnesota. Chris Thibault is a Woodstock Academy product while young Colton Kozma toils for Francis Howell HS in his home state of Missouri. The goaltending job falls on Virginia’s William Oakeley and Devin DeCarlo, who was at DeMatha Prep this past campaign. Page 31


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North Squad Features Good Experience

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he North squad from the Black Bears Academy is the one that has the most experience of the four entries, which could translate into some success. Coaches Alex Moody, Tim Recio and Josh Rabbani will look to take advantage of that experience. Nick Turcotte is back for a second summer at HNIB and is

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one of the team's key forwards. He was at Loomis Chaffee this past winter. Roman Berger of Morristown Beard is also no stranger to HNIB, having played on the Sophomore Tournament champs last summer. Odin Lundstam from the Utah Jr. Grizzlies and Nicholas Haust, from the Omaha AAA program, will look to put up some

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FORWARDS Damon Tozser Emmett Sherer Mathias Ebert Christian Rapattoni AJ DiSpirito Parker Brannan Odin Lundstam Nicholas Haust Robert Powell Nick Turcotte Roman Berger Ryen Janus

HOMETOWN Alberta Colorado Minnesota New Jersey New York South Dakota Utah Minnesota Washington Massachusetts New Jersey Maryland

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GOALIES Dylan Niermeyer Jake Hirsch

HOMETOWN Michigan Maine

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DEFENSE Cal Davies Keegan Leach Jonathan Rubio Jonah Burd Liam Morgan Wendell Adriano

HOMETOWN Maine Alaska California Pennsylvania Virginia British Columbia

Coach: Alex Moody - Black Bears Academy Colors: Kelly Green points. Ryan Janus has played in the Howard Huskies program down in the Capital District region. AJ Dispirito brings his talents from New York state. Wisconsin native Robert Powell and Parker Brannan, all the way from South Dakota, will chip in. Hoping to open some eyes up front are Damon Tozser, Emmett Sherer, Mathias Ebert and Christian Rapattoni, all 04s. On defense, Keegan Leach brings his game all the way from Alaska. Another solid blueliner projects to be Jonathan Rubio. Liam Morgan comes from the junior ranks with the New Jersey Renegades. Youngster Wendell Adriano will play a tough game. Cal Davies also has some HNIB experience, and has played

prep hockey at North Yarmouth Academy. Jonah Burd hails from the Palmyra Black Knights program. In goal, Jake Hirsch played on the Northern New England entry at HNIB last summer and is a stalwart at Bangor HS in Maine. Joining him in the rotation is Dylan Niemeyer.

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BLACK BEARS SOUTH

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Competitive Group Looks To Be In The Mix

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nother of four teams entered into the HNIB Showcase by the Black Bears Academy, Black Bears South is ready to challenge its opponents. Alex Moody and Tim Recio of the Black Bears Academy will be the principal coaches of this unit. Forwards will include Lawrence Viola, out of Fountain

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Valley HS in Colorado, and Nathan Brown, a Colorado native who saw time this past year with the Springfield Pics junior organization. The Vegas Jr. Golden Knights are represented by Kenneth Curtis. Aidan Priestley will hope to compete hard, he was at Gilmour Academy this past year.

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DORIAN FEDORIW

SAMUEL BOUCHER

ADAM MARCINK

TYLER KULBANSKIY

MILES SMITH

ALEKS KARPOV

BRENDAN MURPHY

AIDAN PRIESTLEY

BRAYTON ROBERTSON

KENNETH CURTIS

COOPER REID

DMITRI WILLIAMS

KEEGAN FITZGIBBONS

LAWRENCE VIOLA

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FORWARDS Aleks Karpov Brendan Murphy Aidan Priestley Brayton Robertson Kenneth Curtis Cooper Reid Dmitri Williams Keegan Fitzgibbons Lawrence Viola Nathan Brown Wyatt Witham Sava Makarenko

HOMETOWN Virginia New York Washington Michigan Nevada Ontario Ohio Arkansas California Colorado Minnesota New York

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GOALIES Scott Rodrigue Bryan Waugh

HOMETOWN Ontario Virginia

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DEFENSE Louie DeFalco Dorian Fedoriw Samuel Boucher Adam Marcink Tyler Kulbanskiy Miles Smith

HOMETOWN New Jersey New York California Pennsylvania New Jersey Minnesota

Coach: Alex Moody - Black Bears Academy Colors: Gray/Navy Keep an eye on Sava Makarenko, who played locally this past season with the Northern Cyclones U18. Aleks Karpov should be another key forward for the Bears. Cooper Reid skates with the Blyth Bruins while Dmitri Williams comes out of the Hilland HS program in his home state of Ohio. Ready to help out in the offensive zone are Brendan Murphy, Keegan Fitzgibbons, Brayton Robertson and Wyatt Witham. Defensively, Adam Marcink should be a cornerstone, along with California native Samuel Boucher. Up-and-comer Louie DeFalco skated with the New Jersey Avalanche over the course of the 20-21 season. Fellow blue liner Dorian Fedoriw hails from New York state.

Tyler Kulbanskiy comes from the program at New Jersey’s Fair Lawn HS. Miles Smith will bring loads of experience to the rink. Between the pipes, Scott Rodrigue was at Okanagan Hockey Academy this past season and will be joined in the goalie rotation by Bryan Waugh.

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BLACK BEARS WEST

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Determined Squad Looks For Solid Showing

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fourth team put together by the Middlesex Black Bears Academy will be this Black Bears West club, which will battle hard each time out. Coaches Alex Moody, Tim Recio and Josh Rabbani will have this team ready to go. A key forward for the team will be Bryan Pilpel; the

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Maryland native will be with the New Hampshire Avalanche of the EHL this year. Keep an eye on Will Celli, a key at New Jersey’s Notre Dame HS. Desmond Brazeau skated at Okanagan Hockey Academy last winter. California’s Charles Vukovic plays his in-season hockey at Lake Tahoe Academy.

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ELIJAH LODENQUAI

MARIO SMITH

LUKE EBERHART

MARSHALL CAMIRAND

ZACHARY SMITH

PIERCE MARCHANT

BRYAN PILPEL

EVAN OGINSKY

MATTHEW KLINEWSKI

ALEX BELCHER

CHARLES VUKOVIC

BRAYDEN FINE

ROHAN NARASIMHAN

WILL CELLI

NOLAN LONG

BRYCE NEIL

JOHN BLOUCH

BRANDON NOVABILSKI

DESMOND BRAZEAU


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FORWARDS Pierce Marchant Bryan Pilpel Evan Oginsky Matthew Klinewski Alexander Belcher Charles Vukovic Desmond Brazeau Brayden Fine Rohan Narasimhan Will Celli Nolan Long Bryce Neil

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GOALIES John Blouch Brandon Novabilski

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DEFENSE Vincent Robert Elijah Lodenquai Mario Smith Luke Eberhart Marshall Camirand Zachary Smith

HOMETOWN Quebec California Pennsylvania Connecticut Alberta Massachusetts

Coach: Alex Moody - Black Bears Academy Colors: Light Blue/Navy/White Young Bryce Neil comes all the way from Washington state. Brayden Fine of the Rushmore Thunder arrives from South Dakota. Closer to home, Matt Klinewski played with NJ power Gloucester Catholic this past season. Evan Oginsky brings his talents from New York state. Other guys ready to contribute up front are Pierce Marchant, Alex Belcher, Rohan Narasimhan and Nolan Long. On the blue line, Luke

Eberhart from Connecticut’s Notre Dame HS and former Masconomet HS star Zach Smith should have key roles for the Black Bears. Mario Smith was a key rearguard for the Pittsburgh Icemen. Vincent Robert is ready to show his defensive talents. Rounding out the defensive unit are Elijah Lodenquai and Marshall Camirand. In goal, the job goes to John Blouch, most recently with the Utica Jr. Comets, and Brandon Novabilski from Pennsylvania. Page 37


CAPITAL DISTRICT

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DC-Area Club Returns To The Fold By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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he Capital District entry is back in the Major Showcase after a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic in 2020. This squad looks to be a tough out here at HNIB. Returning as head coach for Capital District is Ben Hammock from Apex Athletic..

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The team’s offense will feature a pair of forwards coming from the Howard Huskies U16 program in Noah Ekman and Perry Wolcott. Eckman, a junior and Wolcott, a senior, both hail from the state of Maryland. Post-grad Jacob Lorenzen will be a driving force; he is off to a season with the New Jersey Hitmen Premier in the USPHL.

NOAH EKMAN

SEAN METZGER

ALEXANDER WEGNER

PERRY WOLCOTT

CALEB BAKER

MAX RUTKOWSKI

JACOB LORENZEN

PETER MOOD

JOHN RODGERS

BRAYSON BARRETT

JACK SULLIVAN

DEVIN MCDANIEL

JOHN REMPE

CASEY FREEMAN

JAKE STANLEY

RYAN CHRISTANO

TREY MATTERN

CONNOR MURPHY


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FORWARDS Caleb Baker Brayson Bennett Noah Ekman Jacob Lorenzen Sean Metzger Peter Mood John Rodgers Maxwell Rutkowski Alexander Wegner Perry Wolcott

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DEFENSE Ryan Christiano Casey Freeman Devin McDaniel John Rempe Jake Stanley Jack Sullivan

# GOALIES 1 Trey Mattern 29 Connor Murphy

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Elite Brigade/Fenton, MI Columbus North HS/Columbus, IN Marriotts Ridge HS/West Friendship, MD NJ Hitmen/Hagerstown, MD Calvert Hall College HS/Reisterstown, MD Tomorrow's Ice Selects/Queenstown, MD St. Ignatius HS/Lakewood, OH Esmark Stars/Export, VA Undecided/Hunt Valley, MD Howard Huskies/Frederick, MD

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2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Gonzaga College HS/Herndon, VA Rumson Fair Haven/Rumson, NJ Ann Arbor Pioneers/Ann Arbor, MI Undecided/Ijamsville, MD Mooresville HS/Mooresville, NC Hayfield HS/Alaxandria, VA

YR JR SR SR PG JR SR

HT 6'0" 6'0" 5'11" 6'1" 5'11" 6'0"

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DOB SHOT 7/11/05 Left 4/16/04 Right 8/9/03 Right 9/10/02 Right 5/16/05 Left 8/22/04 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Southern Regional HS/Manahawkin, NJ Caps Academy/Alexandria, VA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SR 5'11" 170 7/11/03 Left SR 5'9" 150 8/12/04 Right

Coach: Ben Hammock - Apex Athletic / Brian Kerrigan - King’s College

Another Howard Huskies product from last season is Alexander Wegner, a senior from Hunt Valley, MD. Senior Sean Metzger will be a force; he is a product of both the Howard Huskies and the Calvert Hill College HS program. Junior Peter Mood is coming off a solid campaign with the Delco Phantoms. Post-grad Caleb Baker, a Michigan native, is with the Elite Brigade Hockey program for the upcoming season after playing at Fenton HS. A youngster to watch is sophomore Max Rutkowski, a Virginia resident ready for another big year with the Esmark Stars U16 program. Junior John Rodgers, out of

Cleveland’s St. Ignatius HS program, will be a vital piece of the offensive puzzle. Senior Brayson Barrett comes a from Indiana, where he skated for the Indy Fuel U16 AAA club last winter. Players from five different states make up coach Hammock’s defensive crew. Post-grad John Rempe was with the New Hampshire Avalanche U18 program this past winter and undecided about this winter’s club. Junior Jake Stanley hails from North Carolina and readies for a busy winter with the Jr. Hurricanes. Senior Casey Freeman brings his defensive prowess from the Garden State’s high school ranks and the program at Rumson Fair Haven HS. Junior Ryan

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Christiano is a presence on the blue and is a key member of the Reston Raiders select program. Keep an eye on Jack Sullivan, a senior coming out of the Capitals Academy program. Senior defenseman Devin McDaniel calls Ann Arbor, MI home, where he patrols the blue line for the Ann Arbor Pioneers HS varsity. Senior Trey Mattern, had a great year this past winter with the Philadelphia Little Flyers EHLP program and should give Capital District solid work in goal, as should fellow senior Connor Murphy, who plays in-season with the Capitals Academy. Page 39


CENTRAL/WEST

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Solid Mix Of Youth, Experience Will Be A Plus

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

ith an impressive mixture of experience and youth, Central/West has loads of potential is it looks for a playoff berth. Back behind the bench for this third-year entry is Will Ortiz, the former longtime leader of the Framingham HS team, who

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this upcoming year joins the program at prep school power Dexter Southfield. Offensively, look for some firepower to come from a trio of skaters who are coming off solid seasons with the Worcester Railers Jr. Hockey Club. Matthew Pacheco (Belchertown), Jayden Blackburn (Palmer) and Matt Lombardi (Hudson) are

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MAX BEAULAC

MATT PACHECO

JAYDEN BLACKBURN

MATT LOMBARDI

CHRIS FOSTER

WILL ARSENAULT

JACKSON DUQUETTE

DAVID NOEL

SEAN BAKER

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ANTHONY DOUCETTE

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FORWARDS Jamison Alicandro Will Arsenault Sean Baker Max Beaulac Jayden Blackburn Jackson Duquette Christopher Foster Matt Lombardi Dylan Marchand David Noel Matthew Pacheco

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DEFENSE Alessandro Conte Anthony Doucette Ted Justicz Zachary MacLeod Edward Mulligan Matthew Schirm

# GOALIES 1 Joshua Lemieux 29 Cam Wickens

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Worcester Academy/Shrewsbury, MA St. John's (S)/Shrewsbury, MA Longmeadow HS/Longmeadow, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Fitchburg, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Palmer, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Wilbraham, MA Springfield Pics/Amherst, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Hudson, MA Franklin HS/Franklin, MA Minnechaug Reg./Hampden, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Belchertown, MA

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2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Leominster HS/Leominster, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Millbury, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Harvard, MA St. John's (S)/Leominster, MA Undecided/Lincoln, RI Auburn HS/Fiskdale, MA

YR SR SO SR JR PG SR

HT 5'8" 6'1" 5'11" 5'6" 6'1" 6'3"

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2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Undecided/Worcester, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Revere, MA

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Coach: Will Ortiz - Dexter Southfield

all talented forwards. Returning to the squad up front is Jamison Alicandro, who brings his talents to Worcester Academy for a PG year after a solid career at Shrewsbury HS. Senior Chris Foster, from the Springfield Pics program, also is capable of dotting the scoresheet. Making is HNIB debut is Franklin HS senior Dylan Marchand, a flashy playmaking forward. Also debuted in this Major Showcase is Max Beaulac, headed for the Railers after a big senior year at Fitchburg HS. Minnechaug Regional was an offensive dynamo in Western Mass. and two

big reasons why were the exploits of Jackson Duquette and David Noel. Senior Will Arsenault moves over from the Suburban entry and looks for a big season this winter at St. John’s Shrewsbury. Big Sean Baker was a going concern last season at Longmeadow HS. On the blue line, senior Matthew Schirm returns to the Central/West lineup. Look for big things from postgrad Eddie Mulligan, coming off an impressive senior campaign at Mt. St. Charles in Rhode Island. A pair of key acquisitions for the Railers Jr. Hockey Club project to be

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Ted Justicz, a recent blue liner at Governor’s Academy, and Anthony Doucette, who hails from Millbury. Leominster High standout Allesandro Conte, a senior, and St. John’s Shrewsbury’s Zach MacLeod, a junior, will have key defensive roles for coach Ortiz. In goal, junior Cam Wickens looks forward to the junior hockey ranks with the Railers. He will be joined between the pipes for Central/West by Worcester’s own Josh Lemieux.

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COASTAL

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Team Hopes Debut Is A Success By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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eam Coastal will be a new entry in the HNIB Showcase this summer, and should be competitive right from the outset. Coastal will be coached by the hard-working Jack O’Brien, the head coach at Hebron Academy in the prep school ranks.

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Post-grad Jake Mastrangelo, bound for Hebron for an extra year after a solid career at Marshfield (MA) HS, projects to be an offensive leader for the team, along with fellow post-grad from the Mass. HS ranks James Tatro, who starred at Triton Regional.

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ANTHONY LOMBARDO

PATRICK COUSIN

ANTHONY ROSA

JACK MADDEN

DEVDAN YOUNG

ZACH GOLD

JAKE MASTRANGELO

JAMES TATRO

NICK TRABB

JOE MELANSON

ZACH MONTECALVO

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JEFF MELANSON

SHAUN GOUVEIA

ALBERT LIAN

KEVIN RICHARDI

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COASTAL

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FORWARDS Patrick Cousin Richard Guarino Spyridon Hamzeh Anthony Lombardo Jack Madden Jake Mastrangelo Joe Melanson Anthony Rosa James Tatro Nick Trabb Devdan Young

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Hebron Academy/Pointe-Claire, QUE Masconomet/Boxford, MA Hebron Academy/Montreal, QUE Hebron Academy/Lasalle, QUE Hebron Academy/Lewiston, ME Hebron Academy/Marshfield, MA St. John's Prep/Malden, MA Hebron Academy/Pelham Manor, NY Undecided/Salisbury, MA Undecided/Roseland, NJ Hebron Academy/Auburn, ME

YR JR SR JR JR SR SR SR SR PG SR PG

HT 5'10" 5'10" 5'9" 5'11" 5'7" 5'9" 5'8" 5'11" 5'6" 5'8" 5'11"

WT 166 175 175 174 170 170 165 195 145 175 205

DOB SHOT 1/22/04 Right 1/22/04 Left 2/24/04 Left 4/20/04 Left 10/6/03 Left 6/14/03 Left 1/12/04 Right 2/10/04 Right 6/26/03 Right 7/3/04 Right 3/15/03 Left

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DEFENSE Zach Gold Shaun Gouveia AJ Harb Albert Lian Jeff Melanson Zachary Montecalvo

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Glen Ridge HS/Glen Ridge, NJ Hebron Academy/Montreal, QUE Hebron Academy/Atkinson, NH Hebron Academy/Darien, CT St. John's Prep/Malden, MA Hebron Academy/Bradford, MA

YR SR JR SR PG SR PG

HT 6'0" 5'11" 6'3" 5'7" 6'1" 5'9"

WT 190 160 200 140 170 165

DOB SHOT 6/14/04 Left 9/11/04 Left 3/15/04 Left 3/31/03 Right 1/12/04 Right 9/12/02 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN New Jersey Titans/Douglas, MA Xaverian/Braintree, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH PG 5'8" 154 7/8/02 Left SR 5'8'' 160 8/21/04 Right

# GOALIES 1 Donovan Alfama 29 Kevin Richardi

Coach: Jack O’Brien - Hebron Academy

A trio of juniors, all coming from Quebec, in Spyridon Hamzeh, Anthony Lombardo and Patrick Cousin all are ready to showcase their talents, both here and for Hebron this coming season. Roseland NJ native Nick Trabb skated with the Maine Nordiques organization last season and will be a key to the Coastal attack as well. A pair of Mass. high schoolers looking to be a key part of the offense are Masconomet Regional’s Richard Guarino, and senior Joe Melanson of St. John’s Prep. Hebron senior Jack Madden hails from the state of Maine. Fellow Hebron senior Anthony Rosa is from Pelham Manor, NY. Another post-grad bound for the Lumberjacks is Maine native Devdan Young. The Coastal defense will be experienced, led by the postgrad duo of Zach Montecalvo (Malden Catholic, MA) and

Colors: Gold/White/Black

Albert Lian (Darien, CT), who both will play for coach O’Brien at Hebron this winter. Senior A.J. Harb heads north to Hebron after starring at Methuen MA HS. Junior Shaun Gouveia will be solid on the blue line; he is another Quebec native bound for the Lumberjacks. Senior Zach Gold is a standout for his Glen Ridge HS team in New Jersey. Senior Jeff Melanson is ready for a big role this winter at Mass. HS power St. John’s Prep. In goal, senior Kevin Richardi is ready to challenge for key minutes between the pipes at Xaverian (MA). Post-grad Donovan Alfama will be in the nets this winter for the New Jersey Titans NA3HL club.

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CONNECTICUT/NY

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lways tough to play against, that will be the case again in this summer’s HNIB Boys Showcase for the Connecticut/NY entry. Behind the bench for this club is the highly-knowledgeable Jim Salfi, whose coaching career has spanned decades, including a stint at D1 RPI.

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Up front, Connecticut/NY has several options that can put the puck in the net. Fairfield Prep (CT) had another big season in the Nutmeg State and the Jesuits have two of their offensive leaders here in senior Aksel Sather, a returner for CT/NY, and fellow senior Tiernan Curley.

BEN CARFORA

AKSEL SATHER

JACK MCDERMOTT

TIERNAN CURLEY

JACKSON STEIN

ASHTON DELMONICO

ALEK GARABET

AIDEN CAVENDISH

MATTHEW JANKOVSKY

QUINN MURRAY

WILLEM DONNELLY

TEGAN GRILLO

MATHISON HOLE

RYAN SPENGLER

CONNOR MAHONEY

BRENDEN HILINSKI

DUKE NOWER

LOUIS ALFIDI

TOMMY MARTIN


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FORWARDS Benjamin Carfora Aiden Cavendish Tiernan Curley Ashton Delmonico Willem Donnelly Alek Garabet Matthew Jankovsky Jack McDermott Quinn Murray Aksel Sather Jackson Stein

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Loomis-Chaffee/West Haven, CT Middletown South/Lincroft, NJ Fairfield Prep/Trumbull, CT Notre Dame (WH)/New Milford, CT Fairfield Prep/Fairfield, CT Darien HS/Darien, CT Fairfield Co-op/Fairfield, CT Brooks School/West Hartford, CT Chaminade/Rockville Centre, NY Fairfield Prep/Lyme, CT Rye Country Day/White Plains, NY

YR SO SR SR SR JR SR SR JR SR SR SR

HT 5'11" 5'11" 6'1" 5'8" 5'8" 6'2" 5'11" 6'2" 5'9" 5'9" 5'10"

WT 150 160 175 155 155 180 165 190 145 150 170

DOB SHOT 2/7/05 Left 2/14/04 Left 10/25/03 Left 6/22/04 Left 5/16/05 Right 2/5/04 Left 10/30/03 Right 7/17/04 Right 10/29/04 Left 4/23/04 Left 3/15/04 Right

# 32 33 34 35 36 37

DEFENSE Tegan Grillo Brenden Hilinski Mathison Hole Connor Mahoney Duke Nower Ryan Spengler

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Notre Dame (WH)/West Haven, CT Sheehan HS/Wallingford, CT Brooks School/Darien, CT Fairfield Prep/Fairfield, CT Wethersfield HS/Wethersfield, CT Darien HS/Darien, CT

YR JR SR SO SR JR SR

HT 5'11" 6'3" 5'11'' 6'1" 5'9" 5'11"

WT 160 180 170 195 145 190

DOB SHOT 6/11/05 Left 8/1/04 Left 9/27/04 Right 11/28/03 Right 3/13/05 Left 4/4/04 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Danbury HS/Danbury, CT Vermont Academy/Fairfield, CT

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SR 6'0" 185 1/30/04 Left PG 6'0" 170 8/22/03 Right

# GOALIES 1 Louis Alfidi 29 Thomas Martin

Coach: Jim Salfi - Former RPI Head Coach

Two other top Connecticut HS perfomers taking their talents to prep school hockey are West Haven’s Ben Carfora, who will call Loomis Chaffee home this winter, and Northwest Catholic’s Jack McDermott, who will play for nearby Brooks School for the 21-22 campaign. Senior Matthew Jankovsky was huge in the success of the Fairfield HS co-op this past winter. Darien HS senior Alek Garabet will certainly contribute. A pair of standouts from the state of New York ready to show what they can do are Rye Country Day senior Jackson Stein and senior Quinn

Murray, who plays his winter hockey for Chaminade. Junior Willem Donnelly will be another scoring option for Fairfield Prep this winter. Notre Dame of West Haven gets plenty of mileage out of senior stalwart Ashton Delmonico. Middletown South (NJ) forward Aiden Cavendish brings his strong, two-way game from the Garden State. The defensive unit will be built around Fairfield Prep senior Connor Mahoney and Darien HS senior Ryan Spengler. Senior Brenden Hilinski from Sheehan HS is an excellent two-way player from the blue line. Darien’s

Colors: Maroon

Mathison Hole also heads off to Brooks School, where he will repeat his sophomore season. Two juniors on the blue line are Duke Nower from Wethersfield HS and Tegan Grillo from Notre Dame of West Haven. In the nets, post-grad Tommy Martin returns for another summer with CT/NY. After a solid year with Fairfield Prep, he will be at Vermont Academy this winter. Senior Louis Alfidi is the backbone of the BethelBrookfield-Danbury co-op program.

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EAST COAST

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nother squad making its debut in the HNIB Boys Major Showcase this summer is the latest version of East Coast. The team should be able to compete right away. The team was put together and will be coached by Karl Bonawitz, who played prep hockey at CanterburySchool and

now coaches with MyEdge Philadelphia. The squad will be young but talented up front. Senior Kent Bishop out of Seton Hall Prep will key in the forward ranks with his experience and strong play. Another senior to watch will be Kyle Thornton, who plys his trade in the winter for Morris Knolls HS in New Jersey.

KENT BISHOP

BRIAN KRAMER

NICK FONSECA

NAYAN PAI

RICHIE DIFULVIO

KYLE THORNTON

JAKE SMITH

DOM HALL

MIKE BOSCHETTO

CONNOR HILL

BRENT RIVARD

WYATT FRONTEIRO

BRANDON CUCCARO

TOMMY MCDONOUGH

SETH MURCH

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FORWARDS Kent Bishop Michael Boschetto Richie DeFulvio Nick Fonseca Domenic Hall Connor Hill Brian Kramer Nayan Pai Jake Smith Kyle Thornton

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Seton Hall Prep/Kinnelon, NJ Boston Jr. Rangers/Framingham, MA Flyers Elite 16U-Premier/Burlington Twp, NJ Igloo Jaguars/Medford, NJ Boston Jr. Rangers/Billerica, MA Tampa Bay Jr. Lightning/Clearwater, FL Governor Livingston HS/Berkeley Hts, NJ Colorado Rampage/Redwood City, CA St. Augustine Prep/Medford, NJ Morris Knolls HS/Boonton, NJ

YR SR SR SO JR PG JR JR SO SR SR

HT 5'11" 5'9" 5'11" 5'4" 5'10" 5'8" 5'8" 5'9" 5'11" 6'2"

WT 175 170 145 140 150 130 160 145 166 177

DOB SHOT 2/1/64 Left 1/4/03 Left 1/12/05 Right 12/25/04 Right 5/15/03 Right 12/17/04 Right 11/18/04 Right 8/25/05 Left 3/19/04 Left 8/27/04 Right

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DEFENSE Nicholas Calandra Brandon Cuccaro Wyatt Frontiero Tommy McDonough Seth Murch Brent Rivard

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Seacoast Performance Acad./Auburn, NH Gov. Livingston HS/New Providence, NJ Tampa Bay Jr. Lightning/Clearwater, FL Seacoast Performance Acad./Madbury, NH Seacoast Performance Acad./Lee, NH Flyers Elite 16U-Premier/Northfield, NJ

YR SR JR JR SR JR JR

HT 5'11" 5'9" 6'0" 5'8" 6'0" 5'10"

WT 174 166 170 155 170 155

DOB SHOT 3/25/04 Right 4/20/05 Left 8/21/04 Right 2/26/04 Left 6/14/04 Left 2/1/05 Right

# GOALIES 1 Nolan Bonawitz 29 Colby Boyce

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN YR HT WT DOB CATCH Igloo Jaguars/Haddonfield, NJ JR 6'0" 175 6/3/04 Left Kimball Union Academy/White River Jct., VT JR 6'0" 183 11/20/04 Left

Coach: Karl Bonawitz - MyEdge Philadelphia

Junior flash Nick Fonseca, a native of Medford, NJ, will be a key fixture in the Igloo Jaguars lineup this coming season. Brian Kramer, another junior, hopes to open some eyes out of NJ’s Governor Livingston HS. Connor Hill travels up to HNIB from the south, where he plays for the Tampa Bay Junior Lightning. A pair of sophomores ready to show what they can do are Nayan Pai, a native of Redwood City, CA who will lace them up with the Colorado Rampage U16 again this winter, and Richie DiFulvio of the Flyers Elite

Program. Senior Jake Smith of St. Augustine Prep looks to get on the score sheet. A pair of local post-grads that will bolster the offensive attack are Dom Hall and Michael Boschetto, both headed for the Boston Jr. Rangers program in the EHL. On defense, Seacoast Performance Academy is well-represented by a trio of its top rearguards in senior Tommy McDonough (Madbury, NH), senior Nicholas Calandra (Auburn, NH) and junior Seth Murch (Lee, NH). All will have huge net-front presence.

Colors: Black/Red/White

Junior Brent Rivard is a key on the blue line for the Flyers Elite. Fellow junior Brandon Cuccaro is depending on for solid play at Governor Livingston HS. Another Tampa Bay Jr. Lightning product on defense is junior Wyatt Frontiero. Goaltending should be a strongpoint. Junior Colby Boyce stops puck for New England prep power Kimball Union. Junior Nolan Bonawitz will be tough to beat; he plans to be with the Igloo Jaguars this coming season.

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ESSEX

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t was quite a debut for the Essex squad at HNIB last summer, reaching the semifinals in year one. This year’s club is hoping for at least a repeat performance. Essex was put together and will be coached by Sean Roach. The forward ranks boast a wide array of talent. Expect some

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good production from senior Nick Julian of Malden Catholic via Lynnfield, and junior Matt Babineau of Malden, an important cog in the lineup at New Hampton School. Stoneham HS sends two of its top forwards in senior Joe Kranefuss and junior Danny Storella, both of whom must be watched closely.

DANIEL STORELLA

PATRICK ROACH

JOSEPH KRANEFUSS

WILL VAN SICKLIN

NICK JULIAN

MICHAEL N IGRO

SEAN BROWN

MATTHEW BABINEAU

ADYN SIMMONS

CHASE CARNEY

COLBY LYONS

NATHAN ALVES

DREW DAMIANI

MICHAEL SHYJAN

BRYCE BEDARD

TOMMY TILAS

NICK HUBBARD

SAM YORK

BOBBY DEFEO

NICK MARINO


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FORWARDS Matthew Babineau Sean Brown Chase Carney Bobby DeFeo Nicholas Julian Joseph Kranefuss Michael Nigro S. Patrick Roach Adyn Simmons Daniel Storella Will Van Sicklin Nick Marino DEFENSE Nathan Alves Bryce Bedard Drew Damiani Colby Lyons Michael Shyjan Tommy Tilas

# GOALIES 1 Nick Hubbard 29 Sam York

Coach: Sean Roach

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN New Hampton School/Malden, MA St. John's Prep/Georgetown, MA Lynnfield HS/Lynnfield, MA Wakefield HS/Wakefield, MA Malden Catholic/Lynnfield, MA Stoneham HS/Stoneham, MA Lawrence Academy/Winchester, MA Valley Jr. Warriors/Danvers, MA Bishop Stang/New Bedford, MA Undecided/Stoneham, MA St. John's Prep/Lynnfield, MA Northern Cyclones/Lynnfield, MA

YR JR SR SR JR SR SR SO SR JR JR JR JR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Malden Catholic/Lynnfield, MA Undecided/Ipswich, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SO 5'11" 185 12/30/05 Left SR 5'10" 142 1/8/04 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Lynnfield HS/Lynnfield, MA Pingree/Georgetown, MA Lynnfield HS/Lynnfield, MA Winchendon/Auburn, NH St. John's Prep/Westford, MA St. John's Prep/Peabody, MA

Mass. HS power St. John’s Prep is represented by a pair of forwards from its deep lineup in senior Sean Brown and junior Will Van Sicklin. Senior Patrick Roach had a solid campaign at North Shore Hockey Academy this past winter and will be in the lineup this year for the Valley Jr. Warriors EHLP club. Michael Nigro, a solid two-way skater at Winchester HS last year, takes his offensive prowess to Lawrence Academy this fall. Selected to join the roster from coach Roach’s HS Festivals team are Lynnfield’s Chase Carney, Wakefield’s Bobby DeFeo and Adyn Simmons from Bishop Stang. Another returnee from last year is Nick Marino, who moves on to the Cyclones for the current campaign. Defensively, Essex looks strong. Pingree senior Bryce Bedard is back after skating on the blue line for Essex last summer at HNIB. Impressive junior Drew Damiani, from Lynnfield HS, looks to open some

YR JR SR JR JR SR SR

HT 6'1" 5'8" 6'2'' 5'9" 5'10" 5'8" 5'9" 5'4" 5'10" 5'11'' 5'11" 5’6” HT 5'7" 5'8" 5"7" 6'3" 6'0" 6'2"

WT 180 160 150 160 168 165 160 157 160 200 155 155

DOB SHOT 4/4/04 Left 8/11/03 Left 12/14/03 Left 10/31/04 Right 12/18/03 Right 12/29/03 Right 3/22/05 Left 7/7/03 Left 1/10/05 Left 5/18/05 Right 7/25/04 Right 12/4/03 Left

WT DOB SHOT 165 3/8/05 Right 155 6/6/03 Left 155 3/5/05 Right 220 5/29/04 Left 170 5/2/03 Right 185 10/15/03 Right

Colors: White/Red/Royal

eyes. A pair of seniors – Tommy Tilas and Michael Shyjan – are also back and both come from the St. John’s Prep program. Junior Colby Lyons is a solid, two-way rearguard bound for Winchendon after a solid campaign with the U16 NH Avalanche.Lynnfield’s Nathan Alves will have a huge role for Essex. And in goal, Essex will be backboned by the duo of senior Sam York from St. Mary’s Lynn, and up-and-coming sophomore Nick Hubbard out of Lynnfield HS. Follow us on Twitter all year long! @hnibonline

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GREATER BOSTON

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Team Boasts Wide Array Of Talent By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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nice blend of youth and experience, and of players representing public, Catholic, and prep schools, and even juniors, should breed some excitement for Greater

Boston. This summer, this unit will be coached by Tim Murphy, the

associate head coach at Mass. HS power Catholic Memorial. Three post-grads all returning from last summer’s Greater Boston outfit are ready to lead the way. Kyle LoNigro put the finishing touches on a great career at St. Mary’s and heads off to Tilton School. Norwood native Anthony Marchant readies for his second year with the Worcester Railers Jr. Hockey Club of

KYLE LONIGRO

JAMES KOO

AIDAN TRIPP

LUC DENNEY

MICHAEL LYNCH

JACKSON HURD-MESSOM

BRAYDEN NAUMANN

ANTHONY MARCHANT

PARI LYKOURINOS

JAMES FITZGERALD

BRENDAN STAMM

LUKE STACEY

VINNIE SICA

AIDAN DOHERTY

SEAN CONNOLLY

RYAN DUTCHER

ALEX FOOKSON

FIONN MCGOWAN

JACK PERRY

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FORWARDS Luc Denney James Fitzgerald Jackson Hurd-Messom James Koo Kyle LoNigro Paraskevas Lykourinos Michael Lynch Anthony Marchant Brayden Naumann Luke Stacey Brendan Stamm Aidan Tripp DEFENSE Sean Connolly Aidan Doherty Ryan Dutcher Alex Fookson Vincent Sica Jr.

# GOALIES 1 Fionn McGowan 29 Jack Perry

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Undecided/Cambridge, MA Boston Latin/Dorchester, MA Governor's Academy/Medford, MA Catholic Memorial/Chestnut Hill, MA Tilton School/Saugus, MA Medway HS/Medway, MA Pingree School/Stoneham, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Norwood, MA Dexter Southfield/Jamaica Plain, MA Catholic Memorial/Walpole, MA Dedham HS/Dedham, MA Catholic Memorial/West Roxbury, MA

YR PG JR SR JR PG JR SR PG JR SR SR SR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Cambridge R&L/Cambridge, MA Waltham HS/Waltham, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 6'2" 165 10/4/04 Left SR 5'10" 135 8/25/03 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Canton HS/Canton, MA Medford HS/Medford, MA Holliston HS/Milford, MA Rivers School/Natick, MA Thayer Academy/Canton, MA

Coach: Tim Murphy - Catholic Memorial

the EHL, while Luc Denney had some prolific numbers at Cambridge. Murphy welcomes a trio of his Catholic Memorial forwards who will cause opposing defenses fits. Senior Aidan Tripp (West Roxbury), senior Luke Stacey (Walpole) and junior James Koo (Chestnut Hill) will show their talents. Junior Brayden Naumann, another GB returner, skates during the winter for prep power Dexter Southfield. Senior Michael Lynch is a go-to forward at Pingree School. Senior Jackson Hurd-Messom, a Medford native, plays his regular sea-

son hockey at Governor’s Academy in the prestigious Keller Division. Keep an eye on junior standout Paraskevas Lykourinos, coming off a big year for Medway HS. Dedham senior Brendan Stamm and Boston Latin junior James Fitzgerald will look to contribute offensively. The defense will be anchored by senior Sean Connolly, a Hockomock League MVP for Canton HS who moves over from the Suburban entry. Also hailing from Canton is Vinnie Sica, who moves to the prep ranks at Thayer after a great year for the

YR SR SR SR JR SO

HT 6'1" 6'1" 5'10" 5'9" 6'1" 5'9" 6'1" 5'7" 5'8" 5'9" 5'10" 5'10" HT 6'3" 6'0" 6'0" 5'9" 5'10"

WT 180 165 160 145 180 170 172 160 148 185 160 180 WT 178 175 170 150 175

DOB SHOT 9/19/02 Left 6/28/05 Left 3/30/04 Right 7/9/04 Left 9/6/02 Left 12/29/04 Right 6/8/04 Left 5/28/02 Left 11/20/03 Left 3/19/04 Left 10/23/03 Left 1/2/03 Right DOB SHOT 2/3/04 Right 1/21/04 Left 12/28/03 Right 12/28/04 Right 4/22/05 Right

Colors: Gray/Navy/White

Bulldogs. Medford HS senior Aidan Doherty is back for another summer season with Greater Boston. Rounding out the unit are senior Ryan Dutcher, the backbone of the blue line at Holliston HS, and junior Alex Fookson from the Rivers School. Waltham finished unbeaten in last year’s abbreviated season and a big reason why was the play in goal of senior Jack Perry. Fionn McGowan from Cambridge is ready to show what he can do between the pipes.

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MASS WEST

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By Gary Demopoulos HNIB

f this club is to make a fourth straight trip to the championship game, it will do so with a team much younger on the whole than previous Mass West outfits. Returning as coach will be Kevin Kervick. The squad will definitely have a Pope Francis flavor. The Cardinals were the

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top HS team in Massachusetts in the abbreviated past winter season. Up front, juniors Josh Iby and Ryan O’Leary were offensive contributors to the powerhouse Pope Francis attack. The same goes for senior Jack Moltenbrey, who is ready to be much more involved for the Cardinals this upcoming year.

MATT MUIRHEAD

RYAN O’LEARY

SEAN O’LEARY

DEREK RHODES

MAURICE KEARNEY

RYAN GOKEY

JOSHUA IBY

BOBBY LACHANCE

JACOB PETRIN

JACK MOLTENBREY

RYAN DRUST

BRYCE RUSS

JACOB JARRELL

COLIN FOYLE

ZACHARY BUFFONE

JACK KENNEDY

WADE WEGRZYN

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FORWARDS Ryan Gokey Joshua Iby Maurice Kearney Bobby Lachance Jack Moltenbrey Matt Muirhead Ryan O'Leary Sean O'Leary Jacob Petrin Derek Rhodes

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Pope Francis/Feeding Hills, MA Pope Francis/Monson, MA Pope Francis/Wilbraham, MA Northwest Catholic/West Hartford, CT Undecided/East Longmeadow, MA Pomfret School/Avon, CT Pope Francis/Easthampton, MA Pope Francis/Easthampton, MA Pope Francis/Greenfield, MA Pope Francis/Ludlow, MA

YR SO JR SO SR SR JR JR JR SO SO

HT 6'0" 6'1" 5'5" 5'10" 5'8" 5'10" 5'10" 5'9" 5'9" 5'8"

WT 165 185 115 180 145 140 150 135 155 150

DOB SHOT 12/17/05 Left 12/22/04 Right 1/4/06 Right 1/7/04 Right 11/24/03 Left 12/15/03 Right 1/12/05 Right 1/12/05 Left 3/13/06 Left 2/26/06 Left

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DEFENSE Zachary Buffone Ryan Drust Colin Foyle Jacob Jarrell Jack Kennedy Bryce Russ Wade Wegrzyn

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Pope Francis/Belchertown, MA Xavier HS/Middletown, CT Pope Francis/Westfield, MA Pope Francis/Westfield, MA Avon Old Farms/Granby, MA Pope Francis/Southwick, MA Pope Francis/Springfield, MA

YR SO SR JR SO JR SO SR

HT 5'10" 5'11" 6'2" 5'11" 5'11'' 5'6" 5'11"

WT 150 170 160 145 180 150 165

DOB SHOT 8/25/06 Left 4/9/04 Right 5/7/05 Right 2/21/06 Right 5/14/04 Right 10/6/05 Left 3/25/06 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Pope Francis/Ludlow, MA

YR HT WT SR 6'0" 155

DOB CATCH 6/3/04 Left

# GOALIES 1 Ryan Rhodes 29 TBA

Coach: Kevin Kervick

Bringing his experience and talent from Connecticut is senior Bobby Lachance, coming off an impressive junior year at Northwest Catholic. Junior Sean O’Leary, Ryan’s brother, looks to have an impact in the upcoming season. Same goes for Matt Muirhead, who looks forward to playing this summer at Pomfret School in the prep ranks. No less than a quartet of sophomores dot the Mass West roster at forward. All are primed and ready to to step it up this winter for the Cardinals varsity. The group includes Maurice Kearney (Wilbraham), Ryan Gokey (Feeding Hills), Jacob Petrin

Colors: Red/White/Black (Greenfield) and Derek Rhodes (Ludlow). On defense, the leader will be junior Jack Kennedy (10 pts), coming off a solid year with Pope Francis and taking his blue line talents to prep power Avon Old Farms in the fall. Senior Wade Wegrzyn will be a vital presence in front of the net. Xavier HS (CT) rock Ryan Drust will be a key contributor for Mass West in the defensive zone. Junior Colin Foyle is ready for a bigger defensive role this winter at Pope Francis A trio of sophomores hoping to open some eyes on the blue line are Zachary

Buffone, Bryce Russ and Jacob Jarrell. Senior Ryan Rhodes is primed to take over the starting job in the nets this winter for the Cardinals.

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METROPOLITAN

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

his team may be newly-named this summer as Metropolitan, but it will come with the usual strong work ethic. The nucleus of this hard-working club was constructed by coach Matt Lavallee, who is with the Maine Moose program.

Coach Lavallee will be very familiar with at least a couple of guys in the forward ranks, as post-grad Gabe Poirier will be with the Moose program this winter, as will junior Edward Koza, out of Exeter, NH. Senior Owen Cross from Hampden Academy will be a going concern up front, as will junior flash Austin Kaminaris, a

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FORWARDS Jordan Blais Mikey Bourgeois Colby Carlisle Owen Cross Jack Dec Austin Kaminaris Edward Koza Gabe Poirier Cameron Rizzo Anthony Rodrigues

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Suffield HS/Enfield, CT Andover HS/Andover, MA Undecided/Presque Isle, ME Hampden Academy/Hampden, ME Kent/Montauk, NY Islanders Hockey Club U18/Nashua, NH Maine Moose/Exeter, NH Maine Moose/Gardiner, ME Maine Moose/West Gardiner, ME Islanders HC u18/Ashland, MA

YR SR JR PG SR SO JR JR PG SR JR

HT 5'7" 5'10" 5'10" 6'01" 6'1" 5'9" 5'11" 6'3" 5'10" 5'7"

WT 145 155 175 177 175 170 155 175 170 145

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DEFENSE Robert Cooke Camren Knowles Max Meserve Matthew Poirier TBA TBA

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Stoneham HS/Stoneham, MA Maine Moose/Manchester, ME Thornton Academy/Saco, ME Undecided/Gardiner, ME

YR JR PG SR PG

HT 5'11" 5'9" 5'7'' 5'10"

WT DOB SHOT 165 2/24/05 Right 167 1/7/03 Right 135 4/29/04 Left 170 9/24/01 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Danbury Hat Tricks/South Portland, ME Reading HS/Reading, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH PG 5'11" 165 3/16/02 Left SR 5'11" 172 1/20/04 Left

# GOALIES 1 Liam McGibbon 29 Alec Sullivan

Coach: Matt Lavallee - Maine Moose

Nashua NH product who plays with the Islanders Hockey Club. Senior Cameron Rizzo hails from West Gardiner, ME is looks to be a key fixture with the Moose this winter. Postgrad Colby Carlisle just finished up a solid career at Presque Isle HS and is ready to make the jump to juniors. Suffield (CT) High’s Jordan Blais, a senior, will be his grit and solid two-way play. A sophomore to watch is Jack Stec, who plays his winter hockey at Kent School in the prep ranks. From the D1 Mass. HS ranks comes Andover’s Mikey Bourgeois, fresh off a solid sophomore season with the Golden Warriors. Fellow junior Anthony

Rodrigues, an Ashland native, is a key for the Islanders Hockey Club’s U18 program. The Maine Moose’s Camren Knowles, a post-grad, will be a solid presence on the Metropolitan blue line, as will veteran Matt Poirier out of Gardiner, ME. Senior Max Meserve, out of Maine’s Thornton Academy, was with the Northeast entry in the HNIB Showcase last summer and brings that tourney experience. Robert Cooke, out of Stoneham (MA) HS, will be a keen contributor. In goal, post-grad Liam McGibbon is a veteran backstop, who will be with the

DOB SHOT 3/3/04 Right 12/30/04 Left 12/26/02 Left 9/21/04 Right 9/1/05 Left 10/1/04 Left 9/28/04 Left 1/14/03 Right 3/11/04 Right 9/10/04 Right

Colors: Forest Green

Danbury Hat Tricks of the NA3HL for the coming year, will handle the duties, along with senior Alec Sullivan from Reading HS.

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ith a senior-laden group, Mid-Atlantic should be a competitive group that will give opponents fits.

Bringing this team into action will be Geoff Marottolo, a keen hockey man with Donahue Hockey Skills in Connecticut.

From New Jersey, senior brothers Mark Anthony Competello and Dominick Competello will be key offensive performers, as they are at Central Regional HS. Pennsylvania native Michael McVey, who plays at Notre Dame in New Jersey, will be asked to provide some key offensive punch, as will senior Nicholas Shytenberg of the Fair

PARKER SPRANKLE

COLBY FAUGHNAN

MICHAEL PILATO

ANTHONY DEFILIO

MICHAEL MCVEY

NICK SHTEYNBERG

EDWARD LUTZ

GERARD FARGIANO

LUC BARNETT

DOMINICK CEPETELLO

MARK ANTHONY CEPETELLO

HUNTER CARLSON

ANTHONY GESINO

KENNY MACKENZIE

IAN BOUTIN

JAKE ICKLAN

ISAAC HALE

ANDREW WERTHMAN

MICHAEL FRITZ

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FORWARDS Luc Barnett Hunter Carlson Dominick Competello Mark Anthony Competello Anthony DeFilio Gerard Fargiano Colby Faughnan Edward Lutz Michael McVey Michael Pilato Nicholas Shteynberg Parker Sprankle DEFENSE Anthony Gesino Isaac Hale Jake Icklan Kenny MacKenzie Andrew Werthman

# GOALIES 1 Ian Boutin 29 Michael Fritz

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN St. John Vianney/Jackson, NJ Unionville HS/West Chester, PA Central Regional HS/Bayville, NJ Central Regional HS/Bayville, NJ Sheehan HS/Wallingford, CT Oratory Prep/Summit, NJ Notre Dame (WH)/West Haven, CT Paul Vi HS/Hammonton, NJ Notre Dame HS/Croydon, PA Undecided/East Haven, CT Fair Lawn HS/Fair Lawn, NJ East Haven Co-Op/Old Lyme, CT

YR SR JR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Essex HS/Westford, VT Sheehan HS/Wallingford, CT

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 6'2" 170 11/28/04 Left SO 5'7" 135 6/21/06 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Eastern CT Eagles/East Lyme, CT Westfield HS/Centreville, VA Cranford HS/Cranford, NJ Lyman Hall/Rockfall, CT Notre Dame HS/Levittown, PA

Coach: Geoff Marottolo - Donohue Hockey Skills

Lawn HS program. The speedy Luc Barnett from St. John Vianney (NJ) will be tough to stop. Paul VI HS standout Edward Lutz brings good size (6’4”) to the forward ranks for Mid-Atlantic. Senior Gerard Fargiano is a well-rounded offensive player from NJ’s Oratory Prep. Senior Anthony DeFilio is a returning Mid-Atlantic skater who lights the lamp at Connecticut’s Sheehan HS. Senior Parker Sprankle is eyeing a big winter season for the Eastern CT Eagles, a HS co-op program. Senior Colby Faughnan is a key at CT’s Notre Dame of West Haven HS. Also hailing from Connecticut is senior Michael Pilato, a teammate of Faughnan’s this past winter at NDWH. The lone junior in the forward ranks is Hunter Carlson;

YR SR JR SR SR SR

HT 5'7" 6'0" 5'8" 5'7" 5'6" 6'1" 5'7" 6'4" 5'10" 5'6" 5'10" 5'8" HT 5'11" 5'11" 5'9" 5'9" 5'10"

WT 156 160 180 155 130 160 140 200 160 130 155 155 WT 175 150 160 195 185

DOB SHOT 4/26/04 Right 5/11/05 Right 10/22/03 Right 10/22/03 Right 5/9/04 Right 3/4/04 Left 8/2/04 Right 11/4/03 Right 2/25/04 Right 8/30/04 Left 5/12/04 Left 2/6/04 Left DOB SHOT 12/17/03 Right 5/4/05 Left 9/30/03 Left 10/20/03 Right 6/25/04 Left

Colors: Teal

the Unionville HS (PA) product impressed at HNIB’s MidAtlantic Festival this past June. Defensively, senior Jake Icklan from Cranford HS (NJ) will be a cornerstone, as will Andrew Werthman from NJ’s Notre Dame HS. Connecticut is represented by a pair of rearguards in senior Anthony Gesino from the Eastern CT Eagles program, and Lyman Hall’s Kenny MacKenzie. Ready to show what he can do is junior Isaac Hale, who skates with Westfield HS. Between the pipes, junior Ian Boutin tends goal for Vermont D1 HS power Essex HS. He is joined here at HNIB by up-and-coming sophomore Michael Fritz.

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

ith three straight trips to the championship game, the Middlesex entry in the HNIB Showcase is on a solid run, a run that definitely could continue this year. Overseeing the squad once again is John Messuri, the crafty head coach at Arlington HS who for sure will have his club

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ready. Leading the club offensively will be Brendan Fennell, a talented three-sport star from Melrose who will take a PG year at prep power Avon Old Farms. Hard-working seniors from Messuri’s Spy Ponders are Matt Alesse and Michael Dunning, both returning from last sum-

BRENDAN FENNELL

RYAN GILBERT

MATT ALESSE

MAX TONG

JAKE DONOVAN

MIKE DUNNING

DREW FECTEAU

MICHAEL DUFTON

FRANK DETRAGLIA

BEN MORGAN

BRADEN CURRAN

TREVOR MAHONEY

BRENDAN FLYNN

ZACH MICCICHE

ALEC O’CONNOR

LIAM DOHERTY

LARRY PARECE

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FORWARDS Matt Alesse Braedan Curran Frank Detraglia Jake Donovan Michael Dufton Michael Dunning Drew Fecteau Brendan Fennell Ryan Gilbert Jake Russell Max Tong Ben Morgan

DEFENSE Liam Doherty Brendan Flynn Trevor Mahoney Zachary Micciche Alec O'Connor Larry Parece

# GOALIES 1 Jake Davies 29 Franklin Zessis

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Arlington HS/Arlington, MA Central Catholic/Newburyport, MA Lincoln Sudbury/Sudbury, MA Reading HS/Reading, MA Reading HS/Reading, MA Arlington HS/Arlington, MA Arlington HS/Arlington, MA Avon Old Farms/Melrose, MA Arlington HS/Arlington, MA Arlington HS/Arlington, MA Winchester HS/Winchester, MA Chelmsford HS/Chelmsford, MA

YR SR JR JR SR SR SR JR SR JR JR JR JR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Arlington HS/Arlington, MA Reading HS/Reading, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'9" 155 2/11/04 Left SR 5'10" 180 12/9/03 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Winchester HS/Winchester, MA Arlington HS/Arlington, MA Winchester HS/Winchester, MA Reading HS/Salisbury, MA Tabor Academy/Winchester, MA Woburn HS/Woburn, MA

Coach: John Messuri - Arlington HS

mer’s squad. Also back and ready to contribute even more to the scoresheet are Reading’s senior duo of Jake Donovan and Michael Dufton. Rising junior Drew Fecteau of Arlington will be an added plus. Yet another Spy Ponder product is junior standout Jake Russell. Junior Max Tong was a key part of the success at Winchester this past season and also skated with Middlesex last summer. Junior Braeden Curran helped lead Central Catholic to a Merrimack Valley Conference title this past winter.

Junior Frankie DeTraglia will be looked on for a much bigger role this winter with Lincoln-Sudbury. The same holds true for junior Ben Morgan at Chelmsford HS. Another member of the deep forward group from Arlington is junior Ryan Gilbert. Defensively, Middlesex will have veteran senior Brendan Flynn from Arlington and fellow senior Zach Micciche, a captain-to-be for the Rockets this winter. Winchester is well-represented by the likes of senior Liam Doherty and junior Trevor Mahoney, both regulars on the blue line last season.

YR SR SR SR SR JR JR

HT 5'10" 5'9" 5'9" 5'9" 5'7" 5'11" 5'11" 5'10" 6'0" 5'8" 6'0" 5’11’ HT 6'2" 6'0" 6'1" 5'10" 6'1" 5'8"

WT 165 175 170 160 145 165 170 185 185 170 160 140 WT 195 180 170 180 195 160

DOB SHOT 9/5/03 Right 5/11/05 Right 7/18/05 Right 4/5/04 Right 10/16/03 Left 1/7/03 Right 6/14/04 Left 8/19/02 Left 7/3/04 Right 2/11/04 Right 9/13/05 Left 10/27/04 Right DOB SHOT 7/22/04 Left 3/24/03 Left 10/23/03 Left 11/19/03 Right 5/21/04 Left 12/10/04 Right

Colors: Red/White

Another guy who excelled at Winchester last year was Alec O’Connor, a junior who brings this talents to Tabor Academy. Woburn HS had a banner season and junior rearguard Larry Parece contributed in a big way. In goal, Reading senior Franklin Zessis is back for his second goaround with Middlesex, joined in the rotation by Arlington junior standout Jake Davies.

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aring to make a name for itself in the LoFaro Division, Team Northeast hopes that its wide array of talent on the roster translates into success. The team again will be coached by Paul DiMarino, the energetic head coach at Exeter HS in New Hampshire. It will feature

many new faces. Just two forwards return from last summer’s entry. Exeter junior Ty Robinson had a bang-up year in leading the Blue Hawks scoring attack. Senior Dom Silvestri, a Worcester Academy product, is back as well and brings his experience from the prep ranks.

TY ROBINSON

DOMINC CARDILLO

DOM SILVESTRI

BRENDAN CHRISOM

COLIN CHRISOM

DANIEL MAILHOIT

LINCOLN STONE

BRENDAN THORNTON

ROBERT CALICE

CHRIS KUBE

MATT WALLACE

KAM HYLES

ROGER DAVIS

CAM AVERY

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FORWARDS Robert Calice Dominic Cardillo Brendan Chrisom Colin Chrisom Kam Hyles Christopher Kube Daniel Mailhoit Ty Robinson Dominic Silvestri Lincoln Stone Brendan Thornton

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN St. John Vianney/Manalapan, NJ Triton Reg./Byfield, MA St. Thomas Aquinas/Dover, NH St. Thomas Aquinas/Dover, NH Exeter HS/Newfields, NH Cranford HS/Cranford, NJ Wakefield HS/Wakefield, MA Exeter HS/Kensington, NH Worcester Academy/Milford, MA St. Thomas Aquinas/South Berwick, ME Bedford HS/Bedford, NH

YR SR JR JR JR SO SR SR JR SR SR JR

HT 5'8" 6'2" 5'7" 5'7" 6'1" 6'1" 5'8" 5'11" 5'9'' 6'1" 5'8"

WT 160 239 158 158 160 173 150 155 165 180 162

DOB SHOT 11/13/03 Left 9/15/04 Left 5/19/04 Right 5/19/04 Right 3/16/04 Right 11/28/03 Right 10/26/03 Right 12/10/04 Left 4/1/03 Right 12/9/03 Right 11/5/04 Left

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DEFENSE Cameron Avery Finnegan Connor Roger Davis Cole Mulcahy Matt Wallace

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Bishop Guertin/Tyngsboro, MA St. Thomas Aquinas/Hampton, NH Exeter HS/Newfields, NH Arlington Catholic/Arlington, MA Exeter HS/Newfields, NH

YR SR JR JR JR SO

HT 6'3" 6'0'' 6'1" 6'3" 6'0"

WT 175 170 160 165 155

DOB SHOT 7/26/04 Left 3/10/05 Left 10/23/04 Left 6/22/05 Left 11/11/05 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Dover HS/Dover, NH Oyster River HS/Madbury, NH

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SR 5'9" 145 5/12/04 Left SR 6'0" 190 3/16/04 Left

# GOALIES 1 Vincent Ciccotelli 29 Claden Daubney

Coach: Paul DiMarino - Exeter HS

Twin brothers Brendan Chrisom and Colin Chrisom should have key roles up front for Northeast, just as they do at New Hampshire D2 power St. Thomas Aquinas. They are juniors. A pair of forwards come from the state of New Jersey. Senior Robert Calice is a sparkplug from the St. John Vianney program, while senior Christopher Kube is an offensive leader at Cranford HS. Up-and-coming junior Brendan Thornton is ready to assume a bigger offensive role this winter at Bedford HS, a top D1 program in New Hampshire. Senior Lincoln Stone is vital to the attack at St. Thomas

Aquinas. Coach DiMarino is well aware of the talents of senior Kam Hyles who will be a factor up front. Senior Daniel Mailhoit of Wakefield (MA) and Dominic Cardillo from Triton Regional (MA) will contribute. On the blue line, expect a lot from junior Finn Connor of St. Thomas Aquinas, a D2 first team All-State selection for his St. Thomas Aquinas squad in New Hampshire. Big senior Roger Davis is back for another summer on the Northeast blue line. He plays for coach DiMarino at Exeter. Senior Cam Avery (6’3”) out of Bishop Guertin will have a strong front-

Colors: Navy Blue/Gold

of-the-net presence. Also bringing his 6’3” frame to rink is junior Cole Mulcahy out of Arlington Catholic HS in MA. A sophomore to watch on the blue line is Exeter HS standout Matt Wallace. A pair of seniors from the New Hampshire HS ranks have been giving the task of keeping pucks out of the Northeast net in Claden Daubney from Oyster River HS, also a first team AllState selection, and Dover HS senior Vincent Ciccotelli.

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his squad was right in the mix last summer at HNIB and has every intention of being so again in 2021. The team will have a new mentor this season, with Phillips Andover head coach Paul Tortorella taking the task of running the Northern New England bench.

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Five forwards do return from last summer, which will be a big plus in the experience department. Post-grad Charlie Addesa is back after a solid season in the EHL with the Worcester Railers Jr. Hockey Club. He will be a key up front, along with fellow post-grad Levi Guay. He had a big senior year at Maine’s Camden Hills HS.

KHALEB HALE

DANIEL WOODFORD

LEVI GUAY

COLBY BILODEAU

CHARLIE ADDESA

QUINN BOOTH

TYLOR PAPPALARDO

NICKOLAS THERRIEN

GRIFFIN MELANSON

RYAN JOLICOEUR

AIDEN HARTWELL

ANTHONY PAPA

SAM CRONIN

ROBBIE NOWILL

CURTIS RICE

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FORWARDS Charlie Addesa Colby Bilodeau Quinn Booth Levi Guay Khaleb Hale Aiden Hartwell Ryan Jolicoeur Griffin Melanson Anthony Papa Tylor Pappalardo Nickolas Therrien Daniel Woodford DEFENSE Samuel Cronin Benjamin Estrella JD Lemonds Robbie Nowill Carter Poulin Curtis Rice

# GOALIES 1 Adam Becht 29 Kolin Melanson

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Worcester Railers JHC/Andover, MA Thornton Acad./Arundel, ME Northern Cyclones/Manchester, NH Undecided/Appleton, ME Hampden Academy/Hampden, ME Windham HS/Windham, ME Bishop Guertin/Nashua, NH Berlin HS/Berlin, NH Bridgton Academy/Billerica, MA Pinkerton Academy/East Hampstead, NH NE Wolves/Plymouth, NH Bishop Guertin/Amherst, NH

YR PG SR JR PG SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN St. Marks School/Rye, NH Berlin HS/Berlin, NH

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'11" 170 2/4/04 Left SO 5'8" 140 7/20/05 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN North Shore Hockey Acad./Groton, MA Berlin HS/Berlin, NH Rockford HS/Pierson, MI Keane HS/Harrisville, NH Berlin HS/Berlin, NH Hanover HS/Etna, NH

Coach: Paul Tortorella - Phillips Andover

Another Mainer to keep an eye on is senior Khaleb Hale, a top score at Hampden Academy. Senior Colby Bilodeau is integral to the success at Maine’s Thornton Academy. Senior Danny Woodford is back; his plans are to play for the Islander U18 full season for the upcoming campaign. Post-grad Anthony Papa heads off to Bridgton Academy in the fall after a career at Shawsheen Tech. Junior Quinn Booth will be an important cog in the NNE lineup, coming out of the Northern Cyclones program. Senior Nickolas Therrien is a solid, two-way forward from the NE Wolves

program. Senior Tylor Pappalardo is a go-to guy up front for New Hampshire’s Pinkerton Academy. Senior Ryan Jolicoeur looks for big things this winter at Bishop Guertin. Up in Berlin NH, senior Griffin Melanson had a big hand in the success of the Mountaineers this past winter. Look for senior Aidan Hartwell to chip in; he skates at Maine’s Windham HS. On the blue line, veteran senior Robbie Nowill out of Keene is one of the top rearguards in NH HS hockey. Post-grad Sam Cronin led the way on the blue line for Bishop Guertin and will

YR PG SR SR SR SR SR

HT 6'2" 5'10" 5'9" 5'9" 5'10" 6'0" 5'10" 6'0" 5'5" 5'10" 5'6" 6'4" HT 5'8" 5'5" 6'0" 6'2" 6'1" 6'2"

WT 185 175 155 145 165 180 180 175 145 160 150 200 WT 185 145 170 215 175 200

DOB SHOT 3/28/02 Right 5/14/04 Left 10/5/04 Left 9/10/03 Left 3/26/04 Left 4/6/04 Right 6/23/04 Right 8/4/03 Right 7/12/03 Right 12/28/03 Left 4/6/03 Left 7/14/04 Right DOB SHOT 1/16/03 Left 11/1/03 Right 8/6/03 Right 6/18/04 Right 7/19/04 Left 10/16/03 Left

Colors: Royal/Gray/White

try a new challenge this winter with the North Shore Hockey Academy. Hanover NH senior Curtis Rice will be another defensive cornerstone for NNE with his big frame in front of the net. Michigan native JD Lemonds of Rockford HS will be a huge plus to the defensive corps. Seniors Carter Poulin and Ben Estrella both were defensive stalwarts for Berlin-Gorham this past winter. And in goal, junior Adam Becht has a bright future in the prep ranks at St. Mark’s. Kolin Melanson of Berlin, just a sophomore, is another up-and-coming netminder. Page 63


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pportunistic scoring and strong defensive play with be the hallmark of this summer’s North Shore entry, which is hoping to challenge for a playoff berth. North Shore will be coached by Malden Catholic mentor Chris Kuchar, who for certain will have his club ready to go.

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Veteran presence and strong offensive skill will come from the tandem of Conor Donovan, a North Shore returner, and Drew Olivieri. The pair, teammates for years with Swampscott HS, will both be with the Worcester Railers Jr. Hockey Club in the Eastern Hockey League this winter. Senior Jason Cooke is back and looks ahead to a fourth varsi-

PIERCE BLAESER

EVAN FOSKETT

JASON COOKE

COLE BLAESER

BRADY FERREIRA

CONOR DONOVAN

DREW OLIVIERI

OWEN CHRISTOPHER

KEVIN DEMICHAELIS

CULLEN DOLAN

JONATHAN KEEFE

BRENDAN DONNELLY

TOMMY TAVENNER

SETH ROBINSON

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# GOALIES 1 Dylan Lowe 29 Brendan Zinck

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN St. John's Prep/Boxford, MA St. John's Prep/Boxford, MA Brooks School/Andover, MA Tewksbury HS/Tewksbury, MA Andover HS/Andover, MA North Andover HS/North Andover, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Nahant, MA Salem HS/Salem, NH Malden Catholic/Haverhill, MA The Rivers School/Chestnut Hill, MA Governors Academy/Ipswich, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Swampscott, MA

YR JR SR JR SR SR SR PG SR SR SR JR PG

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Boston Hockey Academy/Woburn, MA Malden Catholic/Melrose, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'10" 160 10/23/03 Left JR 5'11" 160 10/4/04 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Tewksbury HS/Tewksbury, MA North Andover HS/North Andover, MA Avon Old Farms/Haverhill, MA Avon Old Farms/Newburyport, MA Pingree School/Andover, MA

Coach: Chris Kuchar - Malden Catholic

ty season with Tewksbury HS, where he is one of the Redmen’s top scorers. Senior Evan Foskett fit right in this past winter for coach Kuchar at Malden Catholic, where he will be a key performer again this winter. Brothers Pierce Blaeser and Cole Blaeser, both juniors, are ready for big campaigns this winter for St. John’s Prep. Senior Zach Gruber from Rivers School will be a driving force. Also returning to the fold for North is slick senior Brady Ferreira, who toiled this past winter over the border for nearby Salem HS (NH), where he helped lead the Blue Devils to the D1 state title game. Brooks junior Owen Christopher will be a force up front; he played on the Tri-State entry last summer at HNIB. North Andover’s Cullen Dolan, a senior, will have an impact up front. The same goes for both senior Kevin DeMichaelis, a stalwart at Andover HS, and rugged junior Jonathan Keefe out of Governor’s Academy via Ipswich. North Shore should have one of the deepest blue line groups,

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HT 5'11" 5'10" 6'00" 6'2" 5'7" 5'9" 5'3" 5'11" 5'10'' 5'9" 5'11" 6'0" HT 6'1" 6'2" 5'10" 5'8" 5'9"

WT 170 170 195 185 155 140 140 160 160 160 205 165 WT 180 160 180 175 155

DOB SHOT 4/6/05 Left 7/11/03 Left 3/10/04 Left 2/20/04 Right 10/28/03 Right 5/14/04 Right 10/18/01 Left 1/16/04 Right 11/17/03 Right 12/27/03 Left 6/2/04 Right 5/21/02 Left DOB SHOT 12/30/03 Left 3/23/04 Left 9/13/02 Right 9/18/02 Right 1/22/03 Left

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definitely a team strength. Senior Seth Robinson, a Haverhill native, joined the blue line crew at Avon Old Farms last season and fit right in. He will be a key for the Winged Beavers again this winter. Joining Robinson at Avon will be post-grad Owen Spence, coming off a standout career at Newburyport HS. Senior Tommy Tavenner is a veteran presence on the blue line at Pingree and another North Shore returner. Tewksbury HS standout Caden Connors, a senior, blossomed into one of the top rearguards in Mass. HS hockey this past winter. Joining the group from the recent Mass. HS Festival is senior veteran Brendan Donnelly out of North Andover. The goaltending duties will fall on junior Dylan Lowe, headed for the Boston Hockey Academy for the upcoming season, and junior Brendan Zinck, who looks to be the starter this winter at Malden Catholic. Page 65


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he young guys who make up the Sophomore All Star team are looking to show what they have against the older competition. This year’s squad features many talented players. Coaching the squad this year will be Reading HS mentor

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Mark Doherty and veteran head coach Joe Ciccarello from Revere/Malden/Matignon. Tewksbury HS sophomore Matthew Cooke had a huge Sophomore All Star Tournament and will be a key up front, along with Jacob Duval, who was amongst the leaders in scoring for Austin Prep this past winter and certainly a player to

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TRAVIS RUGG

OWEN KENNEY

MATTHEW COOKE

CAMERON FAHEY

BRENDAN TOURGEE

GAGE SPAGNA

JACOB DUVAL

JOHN JENKINS

TYLER MUSE

RYLAND MCGLAME

ANTHONY PELLITTERI

ETHAN ABRAM-HALE

JALEN CHU

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FORWARDS Matthew Cooke Jacob Duval Cameron Fahey John Jenkins Owen Kenney Ryland McGlame Tyler Muse Travis Rugg James Smack Gage Spagna Brendan Tourgee

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Tewksbury HS/Tewksbury, MA Austin Prep/Andover, MA Reading HS/Reading, MA Malden Catholic/Wakefield, MA Berwick Academy/South Berwick, ME Marshfield HS/Marshfield, MA Melrose HS/Melrose, MA Hingham HS/Hingham, MA Jr. Black Bears/Annapolis, MD St. Thomas Aquinas/Nottingham, NH Canton HS/Canton, MA

YR SO FR SO SO SO SO SO SO SO SO SO

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DEFENSE Ethan Abram-Hale Jalen Chu Cole Dickson Noah Parmenter Anthony Pellitteri Alex Rich

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN New England Wolves/Cape Neddick, ME Cambridge R-L/Cambridge, MA PAL Islanders u16/Hopkinton, MA Hebron Academy/Groveland, MA Hillside/Holbrook, MA Malden Catholic/Danvers, MA

YR SO SO FR SO FR SO

HT 6'1" 5'7" 5'5" 5'10" 5'9" 5'11"

WT DOB SHOT 190 5/6/05 Right 135 10/29/05 Left 135 8/4/06 Left 160 6/15/05 Right 175 5/2/07 Right 155 5/11/05 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Franklin HS/Wrentham, MA BC High/Hingham, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SO 5'11" 150 7/24/06 Left SO 5'10" 155 5/9/06 Left

# GOALIES 1 Cole Pouliot-Porter 29 Dalton Seasholtz

DOB SHOT 4/22/06 Right 1/19/06 Right 11/8/05 Right 11/18/05 Left 2/1/06 Right 8/14/05 Right 1/11/06 Right 7/18/05 Right 9/25/05 Right 6/24/06 Right 7/27/05 Right

Coach: Mark Doherty (Reading HS)/Joe Ciccarello (Revere/Malden/Matignon) Colors: White/Red/Royal

watch. Travis Rugg is ready to show what he can do this coming season with the powerhouse Hingham HS program. The same goes for Cameron Fahey at Reading HS. From the prep ranks comes Maine’s Owen Kenney, who plays at Berwick Academy. New Hampshire’s Gage Spagna plays his winter hockey at D2 power St. Thomas Aquinas. Brendan Tourgee is primed to be a huge contributor to the offensive success at Canton HS. All the way from Maryland comes sharpshooter James

Smack, who plans on returning to his Maryland Jr. Black Bears U16 squad for the coming season. Malden Catholic’s John Jenkins and Melrose HS sparkplug Tyler Muse will be in the offensive mix. Marshfield’s Ryland McGlame got some nice varsity experience with the Rams this past winter. Defensively, Ethan Abram-Hale will be a key fixture. He is headed for the New England Wolves U16 program this winter. Mass. native Noah Parmenter is a Mass. native, but skates for Hebron Academy in Maine.

The swift-skating Jalen Chu already has a varsity season under his belt at Cambridge HS. The same holds true for Alex Rich, part of the solid program at Malden Catholic. Two freshmen-to-be who will open some eyes here at Cole Dickson from Hopkinton, heading to play for the PAL Islanders U16 this season, and Anthony Pellitteri out of the Hillside School. The netminding duties appear solid with the tandem of BC High’s Dalton Seasholtz and Franklin’s Cole PouliotPorter more than capable of doing the job. Page 67


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Well-Rounded Group Will Be Tough To Beat

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

ith a strong representation from several of the top programs south of Boston, this summer’s South Shore entry will be a tough commodity. Veteran Marshfield HS Dan Connolly returns to the South Shore bench and has a team built for success.

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Senior Jack Silva returns up front for coach Connolly after helping lead Xaverian to the Catholic Conference crown. Also back in the lineup are the Marshfield duo of seniors Dan Kane and Nick Souretis, two very capable offensive players. Archbishop Williams had its best season in years and a big reason why was the solid play of senior Jackson Sylvester.

AIDAN BRAZEL

JACK SILVA

NICK SOURETIS

DAN KANE

JACKSON SYLVESTER

CORMAC FLAHERTY

NICK SOLARI

NICK FASANO

GARRETT COUGHLIN

KYLE HUTCHINSON

BILLY JACOBUS

ANDREW CONCANNON

BRADY CLARK

BOBBY FALVEY

DREW CARLETON

CHASE MCKENNA

JAKE HEMINGWAY

DANNY KEEGAN

AIDAN HEALEY

LUKE MERIAN


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FORWARDS Aidan Brazel Andrew Concannon Garrett Coughlin Cormac Flaherty Kyle Hutchinson Billy Jacobus Daniel Kane Jack Silva Nick Solari Nicholas Souretis Jackson Sylvester Nick Fasano DEFENSE Drew Carleton Brady Clark Bobby Falvey Jacob Hemingway Danny Keegan Chase McKenna

# GOALIES 1 Aidan Healey 29 Luke Merian

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Hingham HS/Hingham, MA Hingham HS/Hingham, MA Braintree HS/Braintree, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Quincy, MA Braintree HS/Braintree, MA Hingham HS/Hingham, MA Marshfield HS/Marshfield, MA Xaverian/East Bridgewater, MA Worcester Railers JHC/Kingston, MA Marshfield HS/Marshfield, MA Archbishop Williams/Carver, MA Braintree HS/Braintree, MA

YR JR JR SR PG JR JR SR SR PG SR SR JR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Vermont Acad./Marshfield, MA Hingham HS/Hingham, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SR 5'10" 150 3/15/03 Left SR 6'6" 205 12/16/03 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Hingham HS/Hingham, MA Williston Northampton/Marshfield, MA Hingham HS/Hingham, MA Marshfield HS/Marshfield, MA Braintree HS/Braintree, MA Hingham HS/Hingham, MA

Coach: Dan Connolly - Marshfield HS

Rugged Aidan Brazel exploded to the forefront with powerhouse Hingham this past winter and readies for an even bigger junior campaign with the Harbormen. Two skaters who should have an immediate impact are Nick Solari out of Kingston, and Cormac Flaherty, out of Quincy, both of whom will be with the Worcester Railers Jr. Hockey Club of the EHL this coming year. Another South Shore heavy, Braintree HS, is well-represented up front by senior Garrett Coughlin and the flashy junior duo of Nick Fasano and Kyle Hutchinson.

Two more products of the deep Hingham program ready to open some eyes are Andrew Concannon and Billy Jacobus. In senior veteran Bobby Falvey, South Shore will have one of the Showcase’s top rearguards leading the way defensively. He will be joined on the back end by a pair of Hingham HS teammates in senior Drew Carleton and junior Chase McKenna. Strong defense was a hallmark for the Harbormen this past season. Junior Brady Clark heads to the prep ranks with Williston Northampton after a nice sophomore

YR SR JR SR JR SR JR

HT 6'4" 5'11" 5'9" 6'0" 5'10" 5'7" 5'10" 6'1" 6'4" 6'0" 6'1" 5’10” HT 6'0" 6'2" 6'2" 6'1" 6'0" 5'8"

WT 188 175 150 170 145 145 150 185 205 190 170 180 WT 180 185 170 198 170 160

DOB SHOT 11/20/03 Right 7/11/04 Right 5/27/04 Right 10/15/01 Right 1/1/05 Right 7/2/05 Left 3/24/04 Right 8/4/03 Left 7/30/02 Left 8/18/03 Right 9/28/03 Right 12/20/04 Right DOB SHOT 6/19/03 Right 5/19/04 Right 6/30/03 Right 4/21/05 Left 4/16/04 Right 1/12/05 Right

Colors: Orange/Navy/White

season with Marshfield. Junior Jake Hemingway of Marshfield HS will keep opposing forwards honest in front of the net. Braintree’s Danny Keegan is another impressive blue liner on the South Shore back end. The goaltending chores will be handled by post-grad Aidan Healey, bound for Vermont Academy, and senior Luke Merian, primed for the top job this winter at Hingham HS.

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Talent Abounds For The SNE Entry

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

ooking for some big things this week at HNIB is this intriguing Southern New England squad, one certaintly capable of doing some damage. Returning to the bench will be veteran head coach Dave Spinale, who led his Xaverian club to the Catholic Conference

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crown this past winter. Spinale welcomes back no less than five forwards who skated with the club last summer at HNIB, including a trio of his top Xaverian players in Max Lockwood, Braden O’Hara and Brock Casey, all seniors and solid performers and key components in the Hawks’ championship run.

GAVIN HAVENS

AIDAN MCDONNELL

BRADEN O’HARA

MAX LOCKWOOD

MAX DASILVA

BROCK CASEY

EVAN HALLISEY

EAMON KELLY

ROBBIE HANNA

KEVIN PARRISH

EVAN ENGLAND

JOE VERDERBER

SHANE SPINALE

NOLAN DION

PAYTON KENDER

MATT BIANCULLI

COLIN BIRCH

LIAM MONAHAN

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FORWARDS Brock Casey Max Dasilva Evan England Evan Hallissey Robbie Hanna Gavin Havens Eamon Kelly Max Lockwood Aidan McDonnell Braden O'Hara Kevin Parrish

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Xaverian/Needham, MA Hanover HS/Hanover, MA Catholic Memorial/Hyde Park, MA Plymouth North/Plymouth, MA Hanover HS/Hanover, MA Williston Northampton/Franklin, MA Canton HS/Canton, MA Xaverian/Bridgewater, MA BC High/Dedham, MA Xaverian/Dedham, MA Xaverian/Needham, MA

YR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR

HT 6'0" 5'6" 5'11" 5'11" 5'9" 5'11" 5'11" 5'11" 5'11" 5'9" 5'8"

WT 185 135 175 150 170 170 165 175 175 165 150

DOB SHOT 5/13/03 Right 12/12/03 Right 8/31/04 Left 11/5/03 Left 11/30/03 Right 5/19/03 Right 9/23/03 Right 12/17/03 Right 10/24/03 Right 2/25/04 Left 3/11/03 Right

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DEFENSE Matt Bianculli Colin Birch Nolan Dion Payton Kender Shane Spinale Joseph Verderber

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Walpole HS/East Walpole, MA Walpole HS/Walpole, MA Xaverian/Marshfield, MA Nauset Reg./Brewster, MA Phillips Andover/Canton, MA Portsmouth Abbey/Walpole, MA

YR JR SR SR JR PG JR

HT 5'7" 5'10" 6'0" 5'9" 5'9" 5'11"

WT 165 175 185 145 164 165

DOB SHOT 12/5/04 Right 11/7/03 Right 1/3/04 Left 11/15/04 Left 3/12/03 Right 6/29/04 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Hanover HS/Hanover, MA Catholic Memorial/Stoughton, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 6'2" 175 9/26/04 Left SR 5'10" 175 8/17/03 Left

# GOALIES 1 Liam Monahan 29 Dominic Walecka

Coach: Dave Spinale - Xaverian

Also back for SNE are senior Max DaSilva, a key cog in the powerful offensive lineup at Hanover HS, and senior Gavin Havens, who hails from the prep ranks at Williston Northampton. Keep an eye on senior Aidan McDonnell, a top point producer for his BC High club this past year. Evan England is part of the deep offensive crew at Catholic Memorial. Bringing his talents from the Plymouth North program is the exciting Evan Hallisey, who will be watched closely. Hanover’s Robbie Hanna is a talented two-way forward looking to open

some eyes. Kevin Parrish is ready to have a big year at Xaverian. Senior Eamon Kelly is an offensive leader for Mass D2 juggernaut Canton HS. On the blue line, Southern New England will be backboned by the very experienced duo of Nolan Dion, coming off an All Scholastic campaign at Xaverian, and post-grad Shane Spinale, who heads to play for Phillips Andover in the prep ranks. Walpole HS teammates Colin Birch, a senior, and Matt Bianculli, a junior, will bring it every shift. Nauset Regional’s Payton Kender will certainly open some eyes, while Joe Verderber, a Walpole native bound for

Colors: Navy Blue/Gold

Portsmouth Abbey, will be a steadying influence on the the blue line. In goal, Catholic Memorial senior Dom Walecka is highly-regarded and a Catholic Conference All Star. He is joined in the rotation by Hanover standout Liam Monahan.

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Strong Work Ethic Key To Success

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

ade up of a mixture of talent from throughout the region, Suburban is looking to gel quickly and be a tough team to play against. Longtime Bishop Guertin head coach Gary Bishop is back to guide the fortunes of this club.

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Junior Luke Haynes comes all the way from East Longmeadow and will be with the Springfield Pics organization this coming season. Sparkplug Kevin McMaster, a senior from Saugus, will be a going concern each time out. Chelmsford HS senior Jack Pelkey brings good size and speed to the club. Junior Shamus O’Toole brings his talents

KEVIN MCMASTER

JACK PELKEY

TOMMY PHANEUF

THOMAS DUNN

LUKE HAYNES

MICHAEL ANTHONY

ANDREW VALKANAS

BRETT NILAND

CALEB RICHARDSON

JASON FINKELSTEIN

CALVIN PARKER

SHAMUS O’TOOLE

OWEN KNEELAND

COLE PELKEY

OWEN HORRIGAN

JACK WALSH

THOMAS O’CONNELL

JACOB JASLOW

BRANDON PRIOR


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FORWARDS Michael Anthony Thomas Dunn Jason Finkelstein Luke Haynes Kevin McMaster Brett Niland Shamus O'Toole Jack Pelkey Tommy Phaneuf Caleb Richardson Andrew Valkanas

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN St. John's Prep/Ipswich, MA Xaverian/Walpole, MA Walpole HS/Walpole, MA Springfield Pics/East Longmeadow, MA Saugus HS/Saugus, MA Brooks School/Bedford, NH Abp. Williams/Quincy, MA Chelmsford HS/Chelmsford, MA Canton HS/Canton, MA Sandwich HS/Sandwich, MA Canton HS/Canton, MA

YR JR JR JR JR SR JR JR SR SR SR SR

HT 5'10" 5'8" 5'11" 5'11" 5'10" 5'9" 5'10" 5'11" 6'0" 6'1" 5'7"

WT 165 150 175 170 165 180 145 185 150 175 160

DOB SHOT 12/16/03 Left 7/12/05 Left 12/19/04 Right 5/24/05 Left 3/28/03 Left 12/21/03 Left 5/16/05 Right 6/20/03 Right 7/19/04 Left 7/8/03 Right 3/3/04 Left

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DEFENSE Aiden Dunphy Owen Horrigan Owen Kneeland Calvin Parker Cole Pelkey Jack Walsh

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Silver Lake Reg./Halifax, MA St. John's Prep/York, ME Methuen HS/Methuen, MA Wellesley HS/Wellesley, MA Chelmsford HS/Chelmsford, MA Walpole HS/Walpole, MA

YR SR JR JR SR JR SR

HT 6'0" 5'11" 5'8" 5'11" 6'1" 5'11"

WT 187 176 140 160 200 185

DOB SHOT 9/7/04 Left 8/27/04 Right 2/9/05 Left 5/26/04 Left 2/17/05 Right 5/31/04 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Northwood School/Tomkins Cove, NY Agawam HS/Springfield, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'11" 170 9/15/04 Left SR 5'10" 160 4/23/04 Left

# GOALIES 1 Jacob Jaslow 29 Brandon Prior

Coach: Gary Bishop - Bishop Guertin (NH)

from the Archbishop Williams program. Look for senior Andrew Valkanas, out of the strong Canton HS program, to be a presence in the offensive zone, along with his winter teammate for the Bulldogs, senior Tommy Phaneuf. Xaverian’s Thomas Dunn looks to get his name on the scoresheet. Senior Caleb Richardson was a big contributor to the success at Sandwich HS this past winter. Another talented player from the Walpole HS program is junior Jason Finkelstein. Junior Brett Niland, out of Brooks School via Bedford, NH, will definitely have a hand in the Suburban offense. Junior Michael Anthony is ready to challenge for time this winter at St. John’s Prep. On the blue line, Walpole’s Jack Walsh is a key member of the stingy defense for his high school squad. Cole Pelkey, Jack’s brother, will be another solid piece on the blue line. . Junior Owen Horrigan is a product of the strong St. John’s

Colors: Purple/Gold

Prep program, and hails from Maine. Another junior on the club is Silver Lake’s Aiden Dunphy. Methuen’s Owen Kneeland is equally adept on the defensive side, and can also play up front when needed. Wellesley senior Calvin Parker will keep opposing forwards honest. New York native Jacob Jaslow, a junior, brings his netminding prowess all the way from the Northwood School. Senior Brendan Prior, from Agawam, MA, is ready for a solid showing in goal as well.

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RED DIVISION Empire Mass Public/Catholic Metro Mid-Atlantic Rhode Island

THURSDAY, AUGUST 5TH

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Empire Southeast Bears Tier 1 South Eastern Central Atlantic Lakes Region Mid Atlantic Metro Bears Tier 1 South Bears Tier 1 North Northern NE Atlantic Empire NE Connecticut

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SATURDAY, AUG 7TH

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Central Bears Tier 1 South Empire Rhode Island NE Connecticut Bears Tier 1 North Coastal Lakes Region Southern NE Mid Atlantic Mass Pub/Cath New England Mass Preps Bears Tier 1 North Lakes Region

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