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LOCAL ICE HOCKEY RESULTS


January 25. 2014 10:48PM
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Northeastern Pennsylvania

Scholastic Hockey League

(NEPASHL)

Friday, Jan. 17

Varsity

Pittston Area 8, Susquehanna Valley 2


Crestwood 6, Back Mountain 6


Sunday, Jan. 19


Susquehanna Valley 3, Paupack 2


Back Mountain 8, Holy Redeemer 2


Standings


Crestwood`7-1-2


Valley West`7-2-2


Pittston Area`7-3-0


Back Mountain`5-3-2


Holy Redeemer`5-6-0


Susquehanna Valley`5-6-0


Wyoming Area`2-7-0


Paupack`0-10-0


Junior Varsity

Saturday, Jan. 18


Susquehanna Valley 4, Paupack 1


Back Mountain 6, Wyoming Area 1


Standings


Back Mountain`8-0-1


Susquehanna Valley`6-1-1


Wyoming Area`6-4-0


Crestwood`5-4-0


Paupack`3-5-0


Royal/Patriots`3-6-0


Valley West`2-5-0


Hazleton`0-8-0


Wyoming Seminary Blue Knights

Wednesday, Jan. 15 in Wilkes-Barre

Wyoming Sem 5, Hill School 4

Chris Chaddock scored the game winner with 1:26 remaining as Wyoming Seminary downed rival Hill School in a Mid Atlantic Hockey League game. The play was assisted by his linemates Eric Massie and Joey Piccinini.


Finnish native Janne Vessa opened up the scoring midway through the first period with a beautiful end to end rush and beat Hill goaltender Omeed Alidadi up high for a 1-0 lead. Hill came back with the equalizer with two minutes remaining in the period as they scored a goal while Sem goaltender Michael Harty was screened and didn’t see the shot. The Blue Knights struck next in the second period on the power play as defenseman Samuel Gougeon and team captain Zach Satalino fed Chaddock to give Sem the lead again at 2-1. Less than a minute later Massie found the back of the net on a 3-on-1 rush with assists going to Chaddock and Piccinini. Hill was able to capitalize on a Sem mistake and buried a shorthanded goal to cut the lead to 3-2 after two frames.


Gougeon opened up the third with a nice full ice rush and tucked one past Alidadi to again put Sem up by two goals. The lead wouldn’t last long as two defensive breakdowns in the Blue Knights own end led to a pair of goals in the next five minutes by Hill. With the score tied at 4-4 with eight minutes remaining, Sem regained their composure and went back to dominating the rest of the game. After Sem missed a few chances right in front, Chaddock was able to score with just over a minute left with a nice feed from Massie and Piccinini for the game-winning goal. It was a battle all game long and it was a big two points in league play for Sem. Shots were 43-36 Sem with 20 coming from the Knights in the third period.


Saturday, Jan. 18

Wyoming Sem 6, Middlesex 3

It was a big day for defesemen, as they scored the first three goals in the first period (Sam Gougeon, Sam Perreault and Marc Lafond). Joey Piccinnini also added a goal in the first and found the net in the third as well. Chris Chaddock scored in the third to put the Knights up 6-3. Assists in the game went to Eric Massie (2), Chaddock (2), June Baek (2), Anthony Gandolfi, Alex D’Astous, Mikael Raposo and David Perreault. Shots were 58-32 in favor of Sem. Michael Harty had 29 saves in the win.


Sunday, Jan. 19

Wyoming Sem 7, Middlesex 5

Sem earned its third win in five days, beating Middlesex Prep 7-5. The line of Joey Piccinini (4g, 1a), Eric Massie (2g, 3a) and Chris Chaddock (5a) were dominate from start to finish as they combined for six goals and 15 points on the day. Anthony Gandolfi added the other goal for the Blue Knights and chipped in two assists as well. Other assists in the game went to Connor Dillon, Sam Gougeon and Sam Perreault. Michael Harty for the win in net for the second night in a row. Shots were 42-35 in favor of Sem.


Wednesday, Jan. 22

Wyoming Sem 5, Lawrenceville 2

Sem locked up a big two points in league play as it defeated Lawrenceville 5-2. The Blue Knights had five players light the lamp. Goals were scored by Janne Vessa, Chris Chaddock, Sam Perreault, Eric Massie and Joey Piccinini. Assists in the game went to Joey Piccinini (2), Anthony Gandolfi, Connor Dillon, Sam Perreault and Chris Chaddock. Shots were 32-25 in favor of Sem. Michael Harty secured the win in net.


Friday, Jan. 24

Wyoming Sem 14, Portledge 3

Sem came out and played its best game of the year, beating Portledge by a score of 14-3 in a MAHL contest. Goals for the Blue Knights were scored by Chris Chaddock (4), Joey Piccinini (2), Jun Baek (2), Eric Massie, Marc Lafond, Anthony Gandolfi, Janne Vessa, Alex D’astous and David Lachance. Massie led the way with 4 assists. Also chipping in with helpers were Zach Satalino (2), Chaddock (2), Piccinini (2), Anthony Lafond, Connor Dillon, Sam Perreault, Lachance and Gandolfi. Shots were 56-42 in favor of Sem. Michael Harty and Jon Roberge combined for the win in net. The Blue Knights are now 7-0 at home on the year and have an overall record of 16-6-1.


Wilkes-Barre Miners

(Northern States Junior Hockey League)

Saturday, Jan. 18

Miners 6, New England Stars 5, SO

Goals — Danny Randall, Frank Lanni, Mark Long, Jake McKenna, Jason Zaleski


Assists — Mario Pichler (2), Tom Armstrong, Geno DeAngelo, Matt Fitzpatrick, Michael-John Maerkl, Craig Cross, Randall


Saves — Drew Lawson, 22-27


Sunday, Jan. 19

Miners 4, Junior Mariners 1

Goals - Jason Zaleski, Frank Lanni, Gavin Abbott, Michael-John Maerkl


Assists - Danny Randall, Ryan Tachikawa, Tom Armstrong, Zaleski (2)


Saves - Tyler Huberty, 28-29


Next games - Friday, Jan. 31 - Miners at Syracuse Stampede, 7 p.m. at the Greater Baldwinsville Ice Arena in Baldwinsville, NY


The Miners are currently in third place with a 22-9-0-0 record and 44 points. Danny Randall is third in the league with 47 points, third with 21 goals, second with 11 power play goals and second in assists with 26. Goaltender Roman Malkov is second with a 1.82 GAA and Drew Lawson is fifth in the league with a 2.38 GAA. Lawson ranks first in minutes (1284.53), first in wins (15) and is second with two shutouts. Frank Lanni is tied for the league lead with 129 penalty minutes, while Gavin Abbot is second with 127.


Toyota Sportsplex Winter “D” League

Sunday, Jan. 19

Rock Hoppers 2, Chinstraps 1


Galapagos 7, Tuxedos 6, SO


Snares 7, Kings 3




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