Reg. Season: Canton Wins Division I Title; N-N Icemen Clinch D-II


Canton’s Sam Martin (8) changes direction and backhands the puck into the net on a breakaway giving the Golden Bears take a 1-0 lead in the first period.  Canton went on to beat Salmon River 4-3 to win the Division I regular-season title and top seed for the playoffs. Martin and Jack Finnerty scored two goals each.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Final 2018-2019 Section X Boys Hockey Standings p>

DIVISION I
x-Canton
Massena
Potsdam
W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
  7    3    0   14        3-1-0        4-2-0      14-4-1
  6    4    0   12        2-2-0        4-2-0      12-7-0
  2    8    0     4        1-3-0        1-5-0      6-11-3
DIVISION II
x-Norwood-Norfolk
Salmon River
Ogdensburg
Th.Islands/Alex Bay
St. Lawrence Ctl.
Malone
W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
10    3    0   20        3-0-0        7-3-0      13-6-1
  9    4    0   18        2-1-0        7-3-0      12-8-0
  8    5    0   16        2-1-0        6-4-0      11-8-1
  4    6    2   10        1-2-0        3-4-2      5-11-2
  2    8    3     7        1-2-0        1-6-3      3-11-5
  2    8    3     7        0-3-0        2-5-3      2-15-3


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Games of Week 10-11: February 4-16, 2019

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2019

Norwood-Norfolk 4, Thousand Islands 2

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2019

Canton 4, Salmon River 3
Ogdensburg 3, Thousand Islands 1
Norwood-Norfolk 4, Potsdam 2

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019

Canton 4, Thousand Islands 0
Ogdensburg 4, St. Lawrence Central 2
Massena 10, Potsdam 2

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019

Salmon River 6, Thousand Islands 1
Malone 4, St. Lawrence Central 4 (OT/Tie)
Canton 5, Potsdam 0
Norwood-Norfolk 5, Massena 0

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2019

Thousand Islands 3, Malone 0
Salmon River Tournament
Plattsburgh 6, Norwood-Norfolk 5
Salmon River 2, Clarence 1 (SR wins tourney)
Non League
Potsdam 1, Pelham Memorial 1 (OT/Tie)

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019

Ogdensburg 5, Canton 2
St. Lawrence Central 4, Potsdam 2
Non League
Salmon River 3, Plattsburgh 2
Massena 5, Pelham Memorial 4
Clarence 4, Norwood-Norfolk 1

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2019

Malone 6, Salmon River 4
Non League
St. Lawrence Central 4, Saranac Lake 4 (OT/Tie)

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2019

Norwood-Norfolk 7, Canton 4
Non League
St. Lawrence Central at Saranac Lake, ppd. to 2/5

N-N ICEMEN CLINCH SHARE OF D-II TITLE BEATING POTSDAM

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 4, POTSDAM 2
Reed Gravlin and Cody Fobare connected for late goals just five minutes apart in a pivotal third-period finish for the Icemen, who went on to beat Potsdam 4-2 and capture at least a tie for the NAC Division II regular-season championship. The Icemen can clinch the title outright with a win in the final regular-season game against the Islanders at Clayton. Fobare and Nate Moulton each led the Icemen with a goal and an assist. Joe Greene also tallied for N-N. For Potsdam, Kole Wright contributed a goal and an assist for Potsdam. Cole Fayette scored the other goal.

OGDENSBURG 3, THOUSAND ISLANDS 1
Ogdensburg erased an early 1-0 Islanders’ lead when Jackson Troiano lit the lamp in the middle period, then thrust the Blue Devils into the lead when he assisted on goals by Broc Morley and Jake VanHouse in the third period.Ogdensburg has clinched third seed and home-ice advantage for the opening round of the Section X Division II playoffs. Matt Barton scored the Islanders lone goal at 15:13 of the opening period. The Islanders finished as the fourth seed in the six-team bracket and will also host an opening round contest.

icemen's stunning 5-0 win just 3rd ever vs. massena

For just the third time in school history, the Norwood-Norfolk Icemen beat the Massena Red Raiders.  Even more stunning was the 5-0 shutout on Massena's home ice, backstopped by 34-save performance by Icemen goalie Thomas Cafarella.  N-N broke open a close 1-0 game through two periods with four unanswered goals in a span of 5½ minutes early in the final period to secure the win, including three goals in a span of just 1:10.  Bobby Voss produced the only goal through the first two frames, then scored twice and assisted on another goal in the third period.  Nate Moulton (1-1) and Bodie Molnar also drilled goals for the Icemen in the third period.  The speedy N-N squad outshot Massena 42-34.  The Icemen's win was the first vs. Massena since January 14, 2004, when N-N won 3-2 in overtime on a goal by AJ Gushlaw.  The only other victory dates back to December 12, 1963 when the Icemen first beat Massena 4-3.  Overall, Norwood-Norfolk was 2-66-0 going into the game over a 72-year history.

canton edges salmon river 4-3 TO WIN D-1 REG. SEASON


Canton’s Sam Martin (8) changes direction and backhands the puck into the net on a breakaway giving the Golden Bears take a 1-0 lead in the first period.  Canton went on to beat Salmon River 4-3 to win the Division I regular-season title and top seed for the playoffs. Martin and Jack Finnerty scored two goals each.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

The game's opening faceoff. Leading Salmon River weres Cameron Cartier, Jalen Cook and Talon Thompson with a goal apiece.  With the loss, the Shamrocks slipped behind Norwood-Norfolk by one game in the loss column for the Division II regular-season title.  The Icemen can win the title and top seed with a win vs. the Islanders on the final day of the season.

THIRD-PERIOD FLURRY LEADS ICEMEN OVER CANTON 7-4


Norwood-Norfolk’s Brody VanBuren shoots the puck toward the goal late in the first period.  The Icemen netted two goals in the first frame, but blew the game open with a four-goal outburst in the third period, en route to a 7-4 win over the Golden Bears in an interdivisional matchup.  (Josh Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery


Canton’s Zachary Frank lines up the shot, but gets denied by Norwood-Norfolk’s goalkeeper Tom Cafarella (30) midway in the first period.  The Icemen finished the first period with a 2-1 lead on goals by Bobby Voss and Nate Moulton. Sandwiched in between, Canton’s goal came from Sam Martin. N-N opened a 3-1 lead on Moulton’s second goal, set up by Voss and Cody Fobare, five minutes into the second period. Canton answered with a goal by Jack Finnerty from Cooper Waters to close the margin to 3-2 through two periods. The Icemen erupted for three straight goals to begin the third period for an insurmountable 6-2 lead. Bodie Molnar made it 4-2, then Moulton added two more goals. Canton rallied for two goals just 1:08 apart, both scored by Finnerty to complete his hat trick. Voss’ second goal closed out the scoring with 1:17 remaining. Canton outshot Norwood-Norfolk 29-28. Cafarella collected 27 saves to backstop the win.

 

Games of Week 6-9: January 7-February 2, 2019

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2019

Non League
Plattsburgh 4, Norwood-Norfolk 2
Bishop Timons 3, Thousand Islands 2

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2019

Canton 6, Massena 4
Salmon River 4, Potsdam 3 (OT)
Malone 2, Norwood-Norfolk 1
Non League
Saranac Central 4, St. Lawrence Central 3
Thousand Islands 6, Immaculate Heart 2

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019

Ogdensburg 8, Malone 2

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2019

Salmon River 4, St. Lawrence Central 2
Thousand Islands at Canton, ppd.

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2019

Salmon River 4, Massena 3 (OT)
Ogdensburg 6, St. Lawrence Central 5

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 2019

Massena 5, Canton 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 2019

Norwood-Norfolk 3, Ogdensburg 1
Canton 6, St. Lawrence Central 4
Potsdam 5, Malone 3
Salmon River at Thousand Islands, ppd. to 2/11

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2019

Non League
Salmon River 8, Beekmantown 2

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 2019

Non League
Malone 2, Thousand Islands 2 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence Central at Saranac Lake, postponed
Beekmantown at Salmon River, ppd. to 1/22

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 2019

Brian Wade Tournament in Ogdensburg
Islanders vs. Canandaigua, canc. (consolation)
Canton 3, Ogdensburg 2 (championship)
Non League
Potsdam 4, Fulton 2
Norwood-Norfolk 3, Northeastern Clinton 3 (OT/Tie)

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2019

Brian Wade Tournament in Ogdensburg
Ogdensburg 1, Canandaigua 0 (first round)
Canton 5, Thousand Islands 1 (first round)
Non League
Oswego 5, Potsdam 2
Beekmantown 6, Malone 4

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2019

Thousand Islands 4, Ogdensburg 2

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2019

Massena 8, Malone 0

 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 2019

Norwood-Norfolk Tournament
St. Lawrence Central 7, Norwood-Norfolk 4

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 2019

Canton 6, Malone 0
Norwood-Norfolk Tournament
Norwood-Norfolk 6, Saranac Central 4 (first round)
Webster Schroeder 9, St. Lawrence Ctl. 1 (first rd.)
Non League
Massena 3, Victor 2
Essex 6, Potsdam 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 2019

Massena 3, Ogdensburg 2
Non League
Potsdam 5, Essex Junction 4 (OT)
Victor 6, Salmon River 2
Rush-Henrietta 4, Thousand Islands 3 (OT)

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2019

Salmon River 6, St. Lawrence Central 0
Potsdam 5, Massena 2
Thousand Islands at Canton, ppd.
Malone at Ogdensburg, ppd. to 1/30

canton's strong start shuts DOWN malone 6-0


Canton center Jack Finnerty (44) chips a shot past Malone goalie Jeremiah Scharf (30) to score the first goal for the Golden Bears early, on a partial breakaway in the first period. The Golden Bears netted three goals in the opening frame, a pair in the second period and another in the final stanza, en route to a 6-0 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Malone's Callahan Rogers (14) steals the puck from a Canton forward at center ice to regain possession for the Huskies.  Finnerty netted a hat trick and an assist, while Jack Mahoney chipped in a goal and two assists to lead the Bears.  Trey Bessette and Sam Martin each scored a goal in the win.  Hayden Todd collected 11 saves, including eight in the third period, to register the shutout.

massena HOLDS OFF O.F.A. FOR 3-2 victory AT THE DOME


Massena forward Christopher Page (10) breaks past the Ogdensburg defense and drives the puck past Blue Devil goalie lson Hooper (29) to score the Raiders' second goal and game winner, putting Massena ahead 2-1  in the second period. Massena held off Ogdensburg in the third period to capture a 3-2 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

Ogdensburg’s Jordan Fennessy (12) and Broc Morley (24) attempt to drive the puck through Massena goalie Casey Hooper (30) who covers the puck to keep the Red Raiders in the lead late in the second period.

CANTON RALLIES WITH POWER PLAY SPURT TO BEAT LARRIES


Canton’s Samuel Martin (8) takes control of the flipping puck to shoot it into the net past St. Lawrence goalie Jonah Burnett, extending Canton's lead to 2-0 in the second period.  In a wild finish, Canton rallied back to defeat the Larries 6-4.  (Josh Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

St Lawrence Central’s John Sullivan attempts the goal to bridge the 2-0 gap, but was denied by Canton’s Hayden Todd (34).  Canton led 1-0 after one period, and 2-1 after the middle frame, before the goal scoring erupted in the third. Canton built a 2-0 lead, only to see St. Lawrence rally to take a 4-3 advantage early in the third. However, Canton took advantage of a five-minute major power play to score three goals early in the third frame to seal the win. Sam Martin popped in four goals for the Bears. Jack Finnerty added a goals and an assist, while Easton Butterfield dented the twine for a goal. Gerald Bessette dished out four assists, while John Mahoney and Cooper Waters each provided an assist. Hayden Todd turned away 19 shots in the Canton net. For the Larries, Brendan Phippen produced two goals, while Jah Robertson and Noah Adams each added a goal and assist. Kade Hayes had two assists and Matt Smith added on assist. Jonah Burnett made 30 saves in the Larries’ net.

canton LAST WEEK'S LOSS, BEATING RED RAIDERS 6-4


Canton’s Samuel Martin (8) rips the shot into the back of the net to give the Golden Bears a 4-2 lead over Massena in the second period.  Canton would win 6-4 over the Red Raiders.  Martin led Canton with a hat trick and an assist, while Jack Finnerty dealt two goals and three assists.  Rhett Palmer also scored.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Massena’s Nicholas Morrel fires a shot toward the net, but misses just to the left.  Taking charge for Massena was Robert Southwick with two goals and two assists.  After Southwick scored in the second period to knot the game 2-2. Canton reeled off three straight goals to put away the win. 

Salmon River Squeaks Past potsdam 4-3 in overtime


Salmon River’s Alexander Oaks (24) slips the puck past Potsdam goalie Cole Eakins for the goal early in the second period.  Eakins racked up 45 saves in the Potsdam net, but the Shamrocks' Kobee Cree produced the game-winner in overtime as Salmon River edged Potsdam 4-3 in an interdivisional thriller.(Josh Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam jumped out to an early 2-0 lead with Jake Brothers scoring just 1:30 into the contest. Kevin Beha lit the lamp just four minutes later. Salmon River got on the board with a fast start to the second period. Cameron Cartier tallied at 0:15, then Carter Benedict tied the game 2-2 at the 4:23 mark. The Sandstoners retook the lead just over a minute later on Brothers’ second goal, but Cartier delivered on a set up from Tim Cook with 1:02 remaining in regulation. Salmon River keeper Preston Hemlock collected 13 saves in the win.

two late goals lift salmon river past LARRIES 4-2


While falling to the ice, St. Lawrence Central forward Ashton Adams (12) chips the puck past Salmon River goalie Preston Hemlock (1) to score the game-tying goal midway through the third period, evening the score at 2-2.  The Shamrocks scored two goals in the final minute to capture the 4-2 victory over the Larries and take over first place in NAC Division II.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  

SSalmon River’s Cameron Cartier (3) fires a shot on goal past the St. Lawrence Central defense.  However, The shot was blocked by Larries' goalie Torran Robertson (30) to keep the game tied 2-2 late in the third period.  Salmon River’s Alex Oakes scored the lone goal of the first period. Carter Benedict netted the lone goal in the middle from for a 2-0 Shamrock lead. St. Lawrence Central evened the score within the first six minutes of the third period on goals by Jah Robertson and Ashton Adams. However, with 1:03 remaining, Tim Cook scored the go-ahead goal, and Dillon St. Ann-Spinner locked up the win with an empty-netter with 20 seconds left. John Jacobs collected 19 saves for Salmon River, while Robertson blocked 29 shots for the Larries.

OGDENSBURG OUTLASTS ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 6-5


St. Lawrence Central forward Jah Robertson (20) chips the puck past Ogdensburg goalie Jacob Bell (30) to bring the Larries to a 2-2 tie with the Blue Devils early in the second period.  Robertson netted a hat trick for the Larries.  However, O.F.A. would go on to beat St. Lawrence Central 6-5.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  


Ogdensburg’s Broc Morley (24) drives the puck past St. Lawrence Central goalie Jonah Burnett (1) to score a short-handed goal off a breakaway in the opening minutes of the second period, giving O.F.A. a 2-1 lead over the Larries.  Jackson Troiano led the Blue Devils with two goals.

essex JUNCTION STACKS UP
6-1 VICTORY OVER POTSDAM


Essex forward Grady Cram (2) breaks away from Potsdam defender Romano Sergi (16) and blasts the shot past Sandstoners goalie Lliam Hourihan (40) to extend the Essex lead 5-1 over the Sandstoners in the second period.  The Yellowjackets continued on to a 6-1 win over Potsdam.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Potsdam's Danner Dorothy (4) steals the puck from the Essex left winger at center ice to set up a scoring opportunity.  Dorothy and Kevin Beha assisted on Potsdam's lone marker, scored by Romano Sergi with 2:24 remaining in the second period.  Potsdam beat Essex 5-4 in overtime the night before for a split in the two-game series.

 

Games of Weeks 2-5: Dec. 10, 2018- January 5, 2019

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2019

Salmon River 2, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Mark Tyo Tournament at Massena
Lancaster 6, Canton 5 (OT)
West Genesee 7, Massena 2 (WGen wins tourney)
Malone Tournament
St. Lawrence 5, Saranac Lk. 5 (OT/Tie-consolation)
St. Mary's 9, Malone 0 (championship)

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2019

Ogdensburg 2, Salmon River 0
Thousand Islands 3, Potsdam 1
Malone Huskies Tournament

St. Lawrence Central 2, Malone 2 (OT/Tie-semifinal)
     (Malone advances winning shootout)

Massena Tournament
Massena 5, Lancaster 2
Canton 4, West Genesee 3

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2018

Canton 3, Potsdam 1
Brothers Cup at RPI
Canisius 3, Massena 2 (championship)
Non League
Northeastern Clinton 5, Malone 4

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2018

Norwood-Norfolk 4, Ogdensburg 3
Thousand Islands Tournament
St. Lawrence Central 5, Batavia 3 (consolation)
Plattsburgh 3, Thousand Islands 2 (championship)
Non League
Massena 4, North Rockland 0

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2018

Thousand Islands Tournament
Thousand Islands 3, St. Lawrence 2 (semifinal)

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2018

St. Lawrence Central Tournament
Norwood-Norfolk 3, St. Lawrence Central 2 (2nd rd.)
Saranac Central 2, Thousand Islands 1 (2nd round)
Non League
Canton 2, Essex 2 (OT/Tie-2nd round)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2018

St. Lawrence Central Tournament
Thousand Islands 4, St. Lawrence 4 (OT/Tie-first rd.)
Norwood-Norfolk 5, Saranac Central 3 (first round)
Non League
Canton 4, Bellows Free Academy 1

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2018

Ogdensburg 4, Potsdam 0
Massena 9, St. Lawrence Central 2
Salmon River 4, Malone 1

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2018

Salmon River Tournament
Ogdensburg 3, Williamsville East 1 (second round)
Queensbury 3, Salmon River 2 (second round)
Non League

Massena 3, Pittsford 2
Potsdam 7, Geneva-Waterloo 0
Norwood-Norfolk 6, Saranac Lake 4

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2018

Norwood-Norfolk 3, Thousand Islands 1
Salmon River Tournament

Queensbury 3, Ogdensburg 1 (opening round)
Williamsville East 3, Salmon River 1 (open. round)
Non League

Potsdam 3, Frontier Senior 3 (OT/Tie)
McQuaid 7, Massena 1
Saranac Central 5, Malone 3

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2018

Ogdensburg 4, Malone 0
Non League

Saranac Central 4, St. Lawrence Central 2

VOSS' TWO GOALS LEAD N-N ICEMEN PAST ISLANDERS 3-1


Norwood-Norfolk’s John McCall (7) and Thousand Islands' Drew Swenson (6) battle for the puck behind Islanders' net.  After TI-ABay took a 1-0 lead in the first period, Norwood-Norfolk bounced back with a goal in the middle frame and a pair of markers in the third period to defeat the Islanders 3-1.  (Zachary Matthie photo)  Game Gallery
Norwood-Norfolk’s Nate Moulton (8) poke checks the puck away from Thousand Islands' Trenton Barnes (12).  The Icemen's Bobby Voss ended the game with two goals,while Ryley Ashley scored once. Voss's first goal assisted from Nate Moulton and Jude Lauzon.  The second goal assisted from Bodie Moulner.  Ryley Ashley's goal was assisted by Blake Richards.  The Islanders lone goal was scored by Matt Barton on a setup from Tyler Turgeon.  N-N keeper Thomas Cafarella notched 21 saves, while the Islanders' Trey Thomson stopped 27 pucks.

o.f.a. blanks Potsdam 4-0; hooper earns shutout


Ogdensburg goaltender Kelson Hooper (29) scrambles to stop the puck in a scrum, as Potsdam's Kevin Beha battles for a rebound.  Hooper collected 18 saves for the shutout.  After a scoreless first period, the Blue Devils popped in two goals in each of the second and third periods, in a 4-0 win.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Bryan Jones (17) fires the shot toward net, but misses just over the top.  O.F.A.'s Stephen Morley defends.  Jackson Troiano led the Blue Devils with a goal and two assists, while Broc Morley added a goal and two assists.  Karson Larose chipped in a goal and an assist, and Jake VanHouse scored to lead the Blue Devils.

ICEMEN BEAT St. Lawrence Central 3-2 TO WIN TOURNEY

Norwood-Norfolk’s Nate Moulton shoots from behind the net.  The puck deflected off a St. Lawrence Central defender and slides past Larries' goalie Torran Robertson (30) to tie the game 1-1 in the first period. Norwood-Norfolk went on to beat St. Lawrence Central 3-2 in the Larries Holiday Tournament.  (Zachary Matthie photo) Game GallerySt. Lawrence Central’s Mason Frary (9) and Norwood-Norfolk’s Blake Richards (5) face off.  St. Lawrence Central got on the scoreboard first.  Jah Robertson fed Noah Adams snapped a screen shot from the left point through traffic.  Later in the first period, the Icemen's Nate Moulton scored from behind the net.  The puck deflects off a defenseman and into the net, tying the game 1-1.  John McCall and Gavin Phillips assisted.   The Icemen scored the lone goal of the second period: Bodie Molnar from the faceoff to Bob Voss whose wrister found the back of the net.  St. Lawrence Central's Ryan LaPage tied the game at 1:42 of the final period, but at 6:09, McCall produced the game winner for Norwood-Norfolk. Robinson was pelted with 45 shots on goal and made 42 saves.  N-N's Thomas Cafarella turned away 14 of 16 shots.

Saranac defeats Thousand islands for 2-1 victory


Saranac’s Austin Carpenter (6) places the puck in the top right corner of the net past Thousand Islands’ goalkeeper Trey Thomson. Carpenter’s goal gives Saranac a 2-1 lead early in the third period, and proved to be the game winner. Saranac holds off Thousand Islands late 3rd period push for the 2-1 win. (Zachary Matthie photo) Game Gallery Saranac’s goalkeeper Erik Frechett (30) makes the quick save on the shot from Thousand Islands’ Jakob Lynch (19) late in the second period.

MASSENA RACKS UP 9-2 WIN OVER ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL


Massena forward Edward Brown (17) fires a shot onto the St. Lawrence Central goal, However, the shot was deflected off the pad of Larries' goalie Jonah Burnett (1) to keep the game scoreless early in the first period. After the Larries scored first, Massena erupted for four goals in the opening period, en route to a 9-2 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


St. Lawrence Central forward Ben Phippen (3) breaks behind the Massena defense to blast a shot on the Red Raiders goal. However, the shot was covered up by Massena goalie David Hutchinson (31) to keep the game tied 1-1 midway through the first period.  The Massena line of Brown, Chris Paige and Nick Morrell were involved in scoring five goals with two assists in the Raider win.  Jake St. Hilaire put the Larries ahead with a goal in the first period.

 

Games of Week 1: November 30-December 8, 2018

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2018

Canton Tournament
Potsdam 3, Saranac Central 0
Non League
Ithaca 3, Salmon River 2

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2018

Salmon River 3, Thousand Islands 1
Canton Tournament
Canton 7, Saranac Central 2
Non League
Grand Island 3, Ogdensburg 3 (OT/Tie)
Massena 4, Ithaca 3 (OT)
Kenmore East 3, Malone 2

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2018

Salmon River 3, Ogdensburg 1
Massena 6, Thousand Islands 1
Norwood-Norfolk 4, Malone 0

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2018

Norwood-Norfolk 5, Salmon River 1
Bill Corbett Tournament at Potsdam
Liverpool 4, Potsdam 2 (second round)
Canton 5, Adirondack 3 (second round)
     - Canton Wins tourney on point system
Non League
Ogdensburg 4, Whitesboro 1
Christian Brothers-Albany 3, Malone 0

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2018

Bill Corbett Tournament at Potsdam
Canton 5, Liverpool 4 (OT/first round)
Potsdam 3, Adirondack 3 (OT/first round)
Non League
Fayetteville-Manlius 3, Malone 0
Clinton 7, Ogdensburg 1

POTSDAM GOES OVERTIME VS. ADIRONDACK, FINISHES 3-3 TIE


Potsdam’s right winger Jacob Brothers (24) steals the puck from the Adirondack center and charges toward the Rivermen’s goal early in the first period.  Potsdam’s Jack Brady scored at 6:16 of the first period, and unassisted a 6:19 of the second period, in leading Potsdam's scoring attack. The Sandstoners tied Adirondack 3-3 in the opening round of the Bill Corbett Tournament in Potsdam. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Potsdam goalie Cole Eakins (30) blocks a shot from an Adirondack left winger early in the first period.  Brady scored the lone goal in the first period, assists from Danner Dorothy and Zack Kirka.  Brady's unassisted goal produced a 2-0 lead in the second period.  However, less than a minute later, three different players scored for Adirondack within a span of less than seven minutes.  Potsdam's Kevin Beha also scored in the second-period flurry.  Potsdam outshot Adirondack 43-36.  Potsdam keeper Liam Hourihan had 30 saves.

 

 

 

 

NORWOOD-NORFOLK BLANKS MALONE HUSKIES IN 4-0 WIN


Norwood-Norfolk’s Reed Gravlin (14) breaks past the Malone defense and fires a point-blank shot on the Malone goal. The shot was blocked off the pads of Huskies' goalie Matthew Delisle (1) to hold the Icemen to a 2-0 lead midway through the second period.  Norwood-Norfolk netted an additional goal in each of the second and third periods to capture a 4-0 shutout victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk left-winger Robert Voss (15) wraps around the Malone goal to pump a shot on goal, but the shot was covered up by Huskies goalie Matthew Delisle (1).  N-N's Nate Moulton led the scoring with two goals.  Voss and Body Molnar each had a goal and an assist.  Cody Fobare and Jude Lauzon offered a goal each.  The Icemen outshot Malone 45-17.  N-N keeper Thomas Cafarella stopped 17 shots.  Malone's Matt Delisle turned aside 41 shots.

canton wins 5-4 in overtime; wins corbett tournament


Canton center John Trathen (11) fires the puck on the Liverpool goalie Gavin Buza (35).  After leading 1-0 after the first period and 3-1 after the second frame, the Bears gave up three straight goals in the third and had to rally to tie with 1:03 remaining.  Jack Finnerty scored the tying goal and the game-winner with seven seconds left in overtime to propel Canton to a 5-4 win in the semifinals of the Bill Corbett Tournament in Potsdam.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Rhett Palmer blasts a shot on to the Liverpool goal that handcuffs goalie Gavin Buza.  Finnerty scored three goals, while Sam Martin generated two goals and two assists in leading the Bears' victory under their new head coach and former player Anthony Levato.  John maroney also had an assist.  Buza made 31 saves.  Hayden Todd stopped 16 shots for the Bears who outshot Adirondack 36-20.