Massena Defeats Clarence 5-0 in Non-League Game on Sunday

St. Lawrence Central’s Ian Bressett (3) fires a shot on goal past Ogdensburg keeper David Prudhomme (31) to score the second goal for the Larries, five minutes into the first period of play. St. Lawrence Central defeated the Blue Devils 8-1 to claim the Section X Division II regular season championship.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

2014-2015 Section X Boys Hockey Standings

W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
10    1    0   20        3-1-0        7-0-0     14-5-0
  9    2    0   18        3-1-0        6-1-0     13-6-1
  2    8    1     5        0-4-0        2-4-1     6-12-1
x-St. Lawrence Ctl.
Salmon River
Th.Islands/Alex Bay
Tupper Lake
W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
13    2    0   26        1-2-0      12-0-0     17-2-0
11    4    0   22        2-1-0        9-3-0     14-5-1
  8    7    0   16        1-2-0        7-5-0     11-9-0
  7    7    1   15        0-2-1        7-5-0     12-7-1
  6    9    0   12        1-2-0        5-7-0       9-9-1
  2  13    0     4        0-3-0      2-10-0     5-14-0
  0  15    0     0        0-3-0      0-12-0     0-17-0


NY Section I Hockey
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NY Section III Hockey
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Games of Week 10: February 9-16, 2015

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard


Potsdam 7, Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 2



Non League
Massena 5, Clarence 0



Canton 6, Potsdam 2
Non League
Malone 6, Saranac Central 0
Massena 5, Clarence 1



St. Lawrence Central 8, Ogdensburg 1
Salmon River 5, Norwood-Norfolk 4 (OT)
Potsdam at Thousand Islands/Alex Bay, ppd to Mon



Canton 2, Ogdensburg 0
Salmon River 5, Potsdam 3



Non League
Malone 9, Northeastern Clinton 2



Salmon River 4, Tupper Lake 3
Canton 3, St. Lawrence Central 1 (OT)

salmon river outduels n-n icemen to 5-4 win in o.t.

Salmon River's Chad George (77) slips behind the Norwood-Norfolk defense and fires a shot from the top of the left circle that beats Norwood-Norfolk goalie Brandon Richards to build a 2-0 first-period lead.  The Icemen battled back to tie 4-4 in the third period, but George also scored the game-winning goal in overtime in a 5-4 thirller.  (Bob LaRue photo)

The Shamrocks controlled several faceoff opportunities which turned into quick shots on goal.  Sean David fired the shot on net and Chad George jumped on the rebound to score the game-winning goal with 36 seconds left in overtime to lift Salmon River to a 5-4 victory over the Norwood-Norfolk Icemen in the regular-season finale at Fort Covington. The Shamrocks led 2-0 and 3-1, before the Icemen clawed back to tie the contest 4-4 on a Zeb Brown goal late in the third period. David also scored two goals for the Shamrocks, while Brown also had a second score for N-N. Austin Cousineau and Coby Munson netted goals for the Icemen who finished in second place for the season in Division II at 11-4, 14-5-1 overall. With back-to-back wins to close the season, the Shamrocks (8-7, 11-9 overall) climbed over Ogdensburg and Malone in the final two games of the regular season to lockup third place and an opening-round home game in the playoffs.

McCormick'S ot goal lifts bears to 3-2 win VS. LARRIES

Canton’s Cole Moore (9) fires a close-range shot on goal past St. Lawrence Central defenseman Joe Dimatteo (5). However, Larries' goalie Nathan Burnett made the glove save to keep the game tied 2-2 near the end of regulation. Canton’s Andrew McCormick scored the game winner with 1:09 left in O.T. for a 3-2 win.  (Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Jake Facey (31) covers the puck for the save against St. Lawrence Central’s Nathan Stickney (17).  Andrew McCormick drilled home a rebound with 1:09 left in overtime cap a 3-2 thriller over St. Lawrence Central in a matchup of two of Section X’s hottest teams this season. Josh Huiatt scored the two goals in regulation for the Golden Bears who improved to 7-2 league, 11-6-1 overall. Jacob Facey backstopped the win with 36 saves in the Canton net. Nate Stickney led the Larries with a goal and an assist, while Nate Burnett provided 31 saves in net. The Larries lost for just the second time with an overall record of 16-2.

Larries soar past O.F.A. to claim D-II REG. SEASON Title

St. Lawrence Central’s Ian Bressett (3) fires a shot on goal past Ogdensburg keeper David Prudhomme (31) to score the second goal for the Larries, five minutes into the first period of play. St. Lawrence Central defeated the Blue Devils 8-1 to claim the Section X Division II regular season championship.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Mark Marrow (4) and St. Lawrence Central’s Nathan Stickney (17) take a faceoff near the Blue Devils goal.  St. Lawrence Central’s Lukas Arquiett scored a hat trick, while five other Larries netted single goals in an 8-1 romp over the Ogdensburg Blue Devils. The win sealed up the regular-season Division II title for the Larries who finished at 13-2, 17-2 overall. Other Larries’ goals were scored by Nate Stickney, Luke Collins, Kody Kocsis, Nick Kowalchuk and Drew Rose. Burke Comeau netted the lone goal for the Blue Devils who finished in fifth place at 6-9, 9-9-1 overall.


Salmon River’s Tyren Boots (11) passes the puck up the ice past Potsdam’s Logan Ford (77). The Sandstoners were the first to score early in the first period. However, the Shamrocks went on to score four unanswered goals to win the game 5-3 on their Senior Night. Chad George scored two goals to lead the Shamrocks to the win.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Potsdam’s Jacob Crary (30) makes the save against Salmon River’s Sean David (13).  After Potsdam broke out to a 1-0 lead just five minutes into the contest, Salmon River countered with two first-period goals and two more scores in the middle frame to forge a 4-1 lead.  The Sandstoners chipped away at the lead twice, but fell to the Shamrocks 5-3 in an interdivisional contest.  Chad George tied the game with the first of his a pair of goals, then Sean David put the Shamrocks in front for good when he scored off a turnover.  Salmon River extended the lead to 4-1 in the  second period on goals by George and Skkylar Thomas.  Jarrad Jackson scored the final Shamrock goal in the third period.  Logan Ford scored two of Potsdam's goals.  Max Warden scored the other.  Salmon River keepers Jarrad Jackson and Develin Laughing combined for 19 saves, while Potsdam goalie Jake Crary stopped 26 shots.


Games of Weeks 7-9: January 19 - February 7, 2015

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard


Canton 9, Potsdam 1
Islanders Tournament
Thousand Island 3, Guilderland 2 (OT/consolation)
Norwood-Norfolk 4, Ogdensburg 4 (OT/Tie-champ.)
   (Icemen win championship in 2-1 shootout)
Massena Tournament
Pelham 3, Salmon River 2 (consolation)
McQuaid-Jesuit 5, Massena 4 (championship)



Potsdam 3, Malone 3 (OT/Tie)
Massena Tournament
McQuaid-Jesuit 8, Salmon River 3 (semifinal)
Massena 3, Pelham 2 (semifinal)
Islanders Tournament
Ogdensburg 5, Guilderland 1 (semifinal)
Norwood-Norfolk 5, Islanders 2 (semifinal)



Salmon River 4, Ogdensburg 2
Norwood-Norfolk 5, Potsdam 3
St. Lawrence Central 10, Malone 1
Massena 6, Canton 2



Salmon River 6, Thousand Islands/Alex Bay 3



Malone 4, Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay 3
Norwood-Norfolk 8, Tupper Lake 1
Massena 4, Potsdam 0
Non League
Salmon River 8, Immaculate Heart 1



Norwood-Norfolk 6, Salmon River 5  (OT)
Canton 3, Malone 2 (OT)
St. Lawrence Central 6, Potsdam 2



Ogdensburg 3, Tupper Lake 1



Canton 5, Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 1
Massena 3, Norwood-Norfolk 1



Malone Tournament
Saranac Central 5, Tupper Lake 1 (consolation)
Malone 7, IHC 3 (Malone wins championship)
Non League
Bellows Free Academy 4, Th. Islands/Alex Bay 3
Ithaca 5, Potsdam 2
Norwood-Norfolk 5, Plattsburgh 2



St. Lawrence Central 11, Salmon River 1
Ogdensburg 5, Thousand Islands/Alex Bay 1
Malone Tournament
Malone 8, Tupper Lake 1 (semifinal)
Saranac Central 4, Immaculate Heart 1 (semfinal)
Non League
Massena 5, Ithaca 3
Bellows Free Academy 2, Canton 1



Malone 2, Ogdensburg 0
Salmon River 7, Tupper Lake 3
Norwood-Norfolk 2, Canton 1



Malone 2, Thousand Islands/Alex Bay 1
Canton 4, Salmon River 3 (OT)
Ogdensburg 8, Tupper Lake 1
Non League
St. Lawrence Central 6, Saranac Lake 1

two back-to-back goals lift massena over potsdam

Massena's Dylan Stone (10) rips a hard shot on goal on a feed from teammate Devin Page.  However, Potsdam goaltender Zach Boldt (35) made the kick save.  Massena carried a 1-0 lead into the second period, then scored two quick goals late in the second period.  Massena pulled away for a 4-0 Division I victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam's Logan Ford (77) spins and fires a shot on goal from the blue line that was stopped by Massena goalie Logan Brothers (1) who recorded 15 saves in the Raiders' 4-0 shutout.  Four different Raiders scored in the balanced attack:  Josh Vierno, Zach Kozsan, Dalton Mullin and Dylan Stone. Ryan Moffitt offered two assists.  Potsdam keeper Zach Boldt logged 37 saves in the Potsdam net.


Potsdam forward Manny Sanchez (8) fires a shot on the breakaway only to have Ithaca goalie Griffin Varricchio (29) make the glove save to keep the Little Red ahead 2-1 midway through the second period. The Sandstoners tied the game on a power play goal late in the second. Ithaca then scored three goals in the third to pick up the 5-2 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ithaca forward Eli Gordon (3) steals the puck from Potsdam's Max Warden (15) and charges toward the Sandstoner goal.  Logan Ford and Max Warden scored the goals for Potsdam in a 5-2 loss to defending Division I state runner-up Ithaca in a non-league contest. Nate Walker led the Little Red with three goals. Ithaca keeper Griffin Carrincho turned away 29 shots against the home Sandstoners.

n-n icemen hold off canton surge for 2-1 victory

Canton’s Cole Moore (9) takes a shot on goal off a breakaway, but the shot was blocked by Norwood-Norfolk goalie Brandon Richards (33). to keep Icemen up by a goal through the third period. The Icemen held off the Bears for the 2-1 interdivisional win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Brandin Cousineau (4) steals the puck away from Canton’s Garret Glasgow (4) near the Icemen’s goal.  The Canton Golden Bears suffered their first league loss of the season, falling at Norwood-Norfolk in a 2-1 thriller. The Icemen opened the scoring at 6:36 of the first period when Shane Cryderman lined a pass on the fly to Zeb Brown. The senior winger raced into the Canton zone and slid a centering pass to linemate Cody Munson who buried thepuck for a 1-0 lead. The Icemen upped their lead to 2-0 with 1:14 remaining in the middle frame from Brown and Tristen Harvey set up Shane Tiernan for what proved to be the game winner. However, the state-ranked #10 Bears appeared poised for another possible comeback when Cody Moore set up Adam McCormick to trim the lead to 2-1 with 3:45 remaining on the clock. However, in a duel of goaltenders, N-N’s Brandon Richards guarded the crease the rest of the way with 15 total saves. Canton’s Jon Stone turned aside 25 shots.

Mccormick'S last-second goal lifts Bears to OT win

Canton’s Cody Moore (20) attempts the wrap around goal but is faced strong defense from Salmon River’s akwirakarenrons McDonald (18). The shot was blocked on the pad save by Shamrocks goalie Jarrod Jackson (25) to keep lead for Salmon River 2-0 at the end of the Second Period. Canton would comeback to win 4-3 in overtime. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Matthew Gollinger (12) takes a shot from the blue line on Salmon River’s goal to have the shot blocked by goalie Jarron Jackson (25). Salmon River and Canton battled to a scoreless draw through the first period. With 4:17 left in the second period Salmon River’s Sean David scored a power-play goal. Jacob Cook putting the Shamrocks up 2-0 to end the 2nd period. Canton came out strong in the third period with Cody Moore scoring for the Golden Bears just 12 seconds into the period. Canton tied the game two minutes later when Mark Mahoney scored on the power play. Salmon River'sTanner Tarbell lifted the Shamrocks to a 3-2 lead. Canton tied the game on Jacob Mattice’s goal. In overtime with just 3.5 seconds remaining, Canton’s Andrew McCormick scored the game-winning goal to lift the Golden Bears past the Shamrocks 4-3. Canton’s Jacob Facey recorded 38 saves while Salmon River’s Jarrod Jackson stopped 29 shots. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Kocsis, Stickney and Rose lift Larries VS. ShamrockS

St. Lawrence Central’s Kody Kocsis (15) fires a shot that was blocked by Salmon River goalie Jarrod Jackson (25).  Kocsis, Nate Stickney and Drew Rose scored two goals each for the Larries. Ian Bressett, Luke Peets, Luke Collins, Haydn St. Hilare, Lukas Arquiett and Nick Kowalchuk also contributed single goals in St. Lawrence Central’s 11-1 win. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

SalSalmon River’s Tanner Tarbell (24) wins the puck on the faceoff to gain possession for the Shamrocks near the St. Lawrence Central’s goal.  St. Lawrence Central established an immediate flow, when Connor Sutton tossed a pass up the right wing to a breaking Nate Stickney and within 18 seconds scored the game’s opening goal. Stickney tossed the puck toward the opposite post and deflected the puck inside the pipe for a 1-0 Larries lead. Kody Koscis connected on Stickney’s pass just two minutes later for a 2-0 lead. Salmon River’s lone goal from Sean David less than a minute later trimmed the lead to 2-1. But St. Lawrence Central’s scoring continued to pour forth with nine unanswered goals over the remaining 41 minutes of the 45-minute contest. Stickey led the way with two goals and two assists total. Hadyn St. Hilaire chipped in a goal and three assists. Koscis finished with two goals and an assist. Drew Rose added a pair of goals for the state-ranked #6 Larries who outshot the Shamrocks 59-28. St. Lawrence improved to 10-1 division, 14-1 overall.

Moore, McCormick's hat tricks lift bears to 9-1 win

With the assist to Josh Parker (35), Canton’s Cody Moore scores past Potsdam goalie Zach Boldt (35) to give the Golden Bears the 3-0 lead in the first period.  Andrew McCormick earned a hat trick as the Golden Bears rolled over the Sandstoners in a 9-1 and locked up second place in Division I.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Canton’s Matt Bollinger (12) and Potsdam’s Billy Bergan (21) battle for possession of the puck near the Sandstoners goal.  Canton blasted off with three goals in the first 9:30 of the contest. Potsdam tried to keep the contest close early in the game with a first-period, unassisted goal by Keenan O’Gorman. However, Andrew McCormick scored twice in the first period, before finishing with a hat trick and an assist. Cody Moore and Mike Huber each added two goals and an assist. Garrett Glasglow contributed a goal and three assists, while Cole Zeller added a goal and one assist. Josh Huaitt offered four assists, Mike Mahoney provided two helpers and Cole Moore registered one assist. Canton goalie Jake Facey stopped 15 of 16 shots he faced.

Red Raiders claim regular season title in 6-2 victory

Massena goalie Logan Brothers (1) makes the diving glove save to stop a point-blank shot from Canton forward Josh Huiatt (18) to keep the Red Raiders ahead 2-1 midway through the second period. Massena scored three goals in the third period for a 6-2 win and claim the regular season Division I championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Massena forwards and Canton defenders battle over possession of the puck in front of the Golden Bears' goal.  Massena avenged its only league loss to Canton three weeks ago, and in the process clinched the Northern Athletic Conference Division I regular-season title on Canton home ice, in a 6-2 victory over the Golden Bears. Patrick Manning and Ben Sprague flipped two goals each, while Ryan Moffitt and Wyatt Wilmshurst chimed in single goals, as the Raiders improved to 10-1 division, 11-4 overall. Massena tallied the lone goal of the first period. Jacob Mattice tied the game for Canton early in the second period. However, the Raiders punched in two goals before the end of the middle frame and three goals in the third period to claim the win. Andrew McCormick scored Canton’s other goal in the third frame.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK fendS off potsdam in 5-3 victory

Norwood-Norfolk’s Brandon Richards (33) makes the kick pad save to stop the close range wrist shot from Potsdam’s Manny Sanchez (8) to keep the Icemen tied with the Sandstoners 1-1 early in the first period. Norwood-Norfolk scored two additional goals in the first to jump to a 3-1 lead and hold on to capture the 5-3 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Morgan Sutliff (7) fires a shot from the blue line toward the Norwood-Norfolk goal, only to have the shot deflect off the goalpost. Norwood-Norfolk broke a 1-1 tie with back-to-back goals midway through the first period in launching a 5-3 win over the Sandstoners in the interdivisional matchup. Three Icemen – Coby Munson, Tristan Harvey and Zeb Brown contributed a goal and an assist, while Brandon Palmer and Austin Cousineau also scored. The win kept the Icemen within two points of the St. Lawrence Central Larries atop Division II. The Larries downed Malone 10-1. Logan Ford, Jake Kelleher and Max Warden scored for Potsdam. Ford also provided two assists.


Canton’s Josh Huiatt netted his second goal of the game in the extra frame to lift the host Bears to a 3-2 win over Malone in an interdivisional thriller. Cody Moore notched Canton’s other goal, as the Bears improved to 5-1 division, 9-5-1 overall. Malone kept pace during regulation with goals by Johan Eksing and Kyler Head. The Huskies slid to 6-6 league, 9-6 overall.

It took the Icemen just 54 seconds to score the game winner in overtime. Ty Cotter touched off the home celebration by knocking in a rebound, after a shot from the point by Zeb Zagrobelny in Norwood-Norfolk’s 6-5 win over Salmon River. The OT goal spoiled Salmon River’s two-goal rally in the final six minutes of regulation to force the extra period. Austin Cousineau scored twice, while Zeb Brown, Shane Cryderman and Coby Munson pitched in goals for the Icemen. Five different players scored for Salmon River – Tyren Boots, Quinn Armstrong, Tanner Tarbell, Shane Cryderman, Sean David and Tehakwirakarenrons McDonald.


St. Lawrence Central forward Luke Peets (2) flicks the rebound shot on Potsdam goalie Zach Boldt (35). The Larries scored in two quick bursts to gain a 4-0 lead in the first period.  The Larries scored single goals in the second and third periods to capture the 6-2 victory over the Sandstoners. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Max Warden (15) and St. Lawrence Central’s Nathan Stickney (17) race for possession of the puck after a faceoff in the Potsdam end.  St. Lawrence Central weathered a quick storm of shots from Potsdam early in the first period, then hammered home four goals in the opening frame, before going on to beat the Sandstoners 6-2 in an interdivisional contest. Goalie Nate Burnett robbed the Sandstoners of two seemingly would-be goals in the opening five minutes. Then Kody Koscis and Jake Sutton fed Luke Peets in the slot for the redirect past Potsdam goalie Zach Boldt for a 1-0 Larries’ lead. On a give-n-go, Will Arquiett returned a pass to Luke Collins for the snipe, 2-0 Larries just 27 seconds later. Nate Stickney got back-to-back goals late in the period – the first on a turnover and a rising 30-foot slapshot to the top left corner of the net – the second on a breakaway feed from Lukas Arquiett. St. Lawrence extended its lead to 5-0 in the second period. Potsdam scored twice in the closing period. The Larries improved to 11-1 in league and 16-1 overall. Potsdam slipped to 1-4, 5-7 overall.

evan kassian scores game winner for massena 3-1

Massena’s Evan sian (14) rips a close range shot on goal, but Norwood-Norfolk goalie Brandon Richards (33) makes the pad save midway through the first period. Red Raider senior Devan Page was first to strike for Massena six minutes into the game to take the 1-0 lead over the Icemen.  After the Icemen tied the game in the second period, Massena took the lead for keeps in a 3-1 interdivisional victory.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery  

Norwood-Norfolk’s Coby Munson (8) fires a shot on the breakaway from the opening faceoff to have the shot blocked by Massena senior Jeff Bain (30). Norwood-Norfolk’s Ty Connor tied the game 1-1, six minutes into the second period. Massena’s Evan Kassian scored the game-winning goal two minutes later while Wyatt Willmshurst earned the insurance goal to give the Red Raiders the 3-1 victory. Massena’s Jeffery Bain made 27 saves, while Brandon Richards stopped 31 shots for the Icemen.

Icemen score four in second for comeback win

Norwood-Norfolk's Coby Munson (8) takes the one-time shot on goal, but was stopped by Plattsburgh goalie Dean Dashnaw (30).  The rebound was deflected by Hornets' defender Noah Gagnier (2). Plattsburgh held the Icemen scoreless going up 2-0 to end the first period. The Icemen scored five unanswered goals for the 5-2 comeback victory.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk's Zeb Brown (10) scores on the open side to give the Icemen a 3-2 lead in the second period. Zeb Brown scored a pair of goals and assisted on the game winner in Norwood-Norfolk’s 5-2 comeback win over the Plattsburgh Hornets in a non-league game. The Icemen rallied from a two-goal deficit with four tallies in the middle period. Tristen Harvey, Austin Cousineau and Ty Cotter all contributed to the N-N comeback. Goalie Grant VanBuren worked the crease with 20 saves for the Icemen (10-3 overall).




Games of Week 5-6: January 1-17, 2015

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard


O.F.A. Tournament
Ogdensburg 4, Irondequoit 1 (championship)
Norwood-Norfolk Tournament
Plattsburgh 7, Thousand Islands/A-Bay 3 (consoL.)
St. Lawrence 4, Norwood-Norfolk 3 (championship)
Non League
Saranac Central at Tupper Lake, canceled



OFA Tournament
Ogdensburg 6, Gates-Chili 1 (first round)
Norwood-Norfolk Tournament
Norwood-Norfolk 3, Thousand Islands/A-Bay 0
St. Lawrence Central 3, Plattsburgh 0



Salmon River 6, Thousand Islands/A-Bay 3
Potsdam 5, Tupper Lake 1
Norwood-Norfolk 4, Malone 0
Canton 2, Massena 1



Ogdensburg 3, Malone 2
St. Lawrence Central 4, Salmon River 2



Canton 9, Tupper Lake 3
Non League
Salmon River 6, Potsdam 3



Massena 5, Potsdam 0
St. Lawrence Central 5, Malone 0
Rochester Tournament
Salmon River vs. McQuaid-Jesuit, cancelled



Malone 4, Salmon River 3 (OT)



St. Lawrence Central 10, Tupper Lake 1



Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 4, Tupper Lake 2
Massena 5, Ogdensburg 0
Skaneateles Tournament
Potsdam 4, Williamsville South 2 (second round)



Non League
St. Lawrence Central 6, Grand Island 0
Skaneateles Tournament

Pelham 4, Potsdam 2 (first round)

St. Lawrence Central downs plattsburgh 3-1

St. Lawrence Central goalie Nathan Burnett (30) blocks the wrap around shot from a Plattsburgh forward while Larries defensemen Nate Stickney (17) regains possession of the puck for St. Lawrence Central. The Larries would score one goal at the end of the first period and hold on to win over the Hornets 3-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Nathan Burnett (30) blocks the hard wrist shot taken by a Plattsburgh forward in the first period.  Owen Houle put the Larries on the scoreboard late in the first period, assisted by Nate Stickney. Plattsburgh tied the game when Andrew Bechard scored from Ryan Whalen and Kurtis Olsen.  However, the tie lasted just 19 seconds when Kody Kocsis drilled an unassisted goal for what proved to be the game-winner. Lukas Arquiett connected with Hadyn St. Hilaire with an insurance marker.  Nate Burnett collected 21 saves for the Larries while Dean Dashnaw turned away 28 of the shots for Plattsburgh.  St. Lawrence Central then beat Norwood-norfolk 4-3 in the tournament championship.

harvey scores two ADDED goalS to lift n-n to 4-0 win

Norwood-Norfolk’s Coby Munson (8) looks for a way around Malone defensemen Josh Trombly (22) to take a shot on goal that was blocked by Huskies Goalie Dylan Tavernia (35) to keep the game at 2-0 early in the second period. Norwood-Norfolk’s Tristen Harvey scored two goals in the second period to help clinch the 4-0 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Malone’s Bailey Conklin (9) takes a hard slap shot on goal however Norwood-Norfolk goalie Brandon Richards (33) made the kick save. Tristen Harvey scored two goals, while Shane Cryderman and Brandin Cousineau also scored to lift the Norwood-Norfolk Icemen to a 4-0 win over the Malone Huskies. Goalie Brandon Richards turned aside 14 shots to protect the shutout. Norwood-Norfolk improved to 5-1 division, 7-2 overall. Malone fell to 3-5, 5-5 overall.

Massena rolls past potsdam in league play 5-0

Massena's Wyatt Wilmshurst (8)fires the hard close-range wrist shot on goal. However the shot was blocked by Potsdam keeper Zach Boldt (35).  Red Raider forward  Ben Sprague scored the lone goal of the first period, which proved to be the game winner. Massena defeated the Sandstoners 5-0.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam's Dean Manley (12) takes a breakaway shot, but is stopped by Massena goalie Jeff Bain (30).  Ben Sprague and Wyatt Wimshurst scored a pair of goals in leading the Red Raiders to a 5-0 win the first Division I matchup of the season. Evan Kassian scored Massena’s other goal. The Raiders improved to 7-0, 7-3 overall. Boldt collected 39 saves in working the crease for Potsdam. The game was set up after cancellation of the Massena Tournament due to heavy snows downstate that prevented Ithaca and Lancaster from making the trip. Meanwhile, Potsdam will play Salmon River on Saturday at Massena, after the Shamrocks were forced to cancel their plans to participate in the McQuaid Tournament.

In a pre-game ceremony, graduated members of last year's Massena Red Raiders hockey team lowered the 2014 New York State Division I championship banner at Massena Arena.


Moore Scores Both Goals As Canton beats Massena

Canton’s Cody Moore (20) drives hard to the net and tries to put the puck past the pokecheck of Massena goalie Logan Brothers (1). After a scoreless first period, Moore scored two goals for the Bears, after Massena's Patrick Manning scored the opening goal.  The Bears held on for a 2-1 victory.   (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Massena’s Zach Koszan races to the puck ahead of Canton’s Cole Zeller (33).  All of the scoring took place in the second period. Massena’s Patrick Manning scored the first goal of the game on a rising wrister at 3:51 of the middle frame. However, the lead lasted just 22 seconds when Cody Moore lit the lamp to tie the game. Moore then put Canton on top with his second goal just three minutes later. Canton, ranked 10th in the state in the latest Division I Sportswriters’ poll, dealt Massena its first Northern Athletic Conference loss in two years.

salmon river nets four straight to down potsdam

Salmon River forward Tyren Boots (11) slaps a shot on goal past Potsdam defender Max Warden (15), but Potsdam goalie Zach Boldt (35) makes a key glove save to keep the game tied 2-2 midway through the second period.  Potsdam took a 3-2 lead, before Salmon River rallied for a 6-3 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam forward Logan Ford (77) rips a shot is blocked by Salmon River goalie Devin Laughing (1).  After Potsdam took a 3-2 lead in the second period, the Shamrocks netted four unanswered goals, including three in the third period, in downing Potsdam 6-3 in a non-league game to fill out the Massena Tournament. Sean David factored into all six Shamrock goals with three goals and three assists. Otto Thomas fired the game-winning goal to open the third frame. Max Warden scored twice for Potsdam.

St. Lawrence Central downs tupper lake 10-1

St. Lawrence Central’s Luke Peets (2) scores the short-handed, breakaway goal past Tupper Lake netminder Nathan Boyea (1) in the third period to extend the lead.  St. Lawrence Central took an 8-1 lead into the third period and scored two more goals to capture a 10-1 win over the Lumberjacks. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tupper Lake’s Elliott Fletcher (7) steals the puck from a pair of St. Lawrence Central forwards to make a charge at the Larries' goal.  Lukas Arquiett and Ian Bressett tallied two goals apiece in a balanced team scoring effort for St. Lawrence Central in a 10-1 win over Tupper Lake in a Division II matchup. Luke Collins notched a goal and offered three assists to lead the Larries who improved to 6-1, 8-1 overall. Tom Sexton scored the lone goal for the Jacks.

burnett earns shutout in larries win vs. grand isle

St. Lawrence Central goalie Nathan Burnett (30) blocks a point-blank shot against two Grand Island attackers. The Larries were up 2-0 entering the third period, then scored four unanswered goals in the third period to defeat the Vikings 6-0. Burnett earned the shutout with 31 saves. (Cody Meacham photo)  Game Gallery

A Grand Island defender moves the puck up ice against St. Lawrence Central forward Will Arquiett (11).  Luke Peets scored two goals, while Lukas Arquiett provided a goal and an assist in the Larries' 6-0 non-league win.  Nick Kowalchuk, Jack Pullano and Trent Dow each scored for the Larries.

red Raiders pull away in 2nd period to BEAT O.F.A. 5-0

Ogdensburg goaltender David Prudhomme (31) keeps the puck out of the net on a deflection by Massena’s Bailey Hewitt (18). Massena took the lead on Hewitt’s first-period goal.  The Raiders tacked on two more goals each in the second and third periods to notch a 5-0 victory over O.F.A. at the Golden Dome. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Evan Kassian (14) shields the puck away while being chased by Ogdensburg defenseman Matthew Sholette (6).  The Red Raiders dominated the Blue Devils defensively, allowing just nine shots on goal.  Keeper Logan Brothers handled all nine saves in backstopping Massena's 5-0 win.  Wyatt Wilmshurst led the Raiders with a goal and two assists, while Bailey Hewlett, Pat Manning, Ben Sprague and Jacob Vierno netted singletons for the Raiders who improved to 6-0 league, 6-3 overall.  O.F.A. slipped to 2-5.


Games of Week 3-4: December 15-31, 2014

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard


Massena 4, Malone 1
Norwood-Norfolk 4, Ogdensburg 2
Alexandria Bay Tournament
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 6, Mohawk 2 (cons.)
St. Lawrence Central 9, Plattsburgh 0 (champ.)
West Genesee Tournament
Canton 0, West Genesee 0 (OT/Tie)



Non League
Corcoran 4, Canton 0
Alexandria Bay Tournament
St. Lawrence 4, Th. Islands-Alex Bay 2 (semifinal)



Massena 6, St. Lawrence Central 5 (OT)



Ogdensburg 3, Potsdam 1
St. Lawrence Central Holiday Tournament
Thousand Islands 2, Saranac Central 1 (OT/cons.)
St. Lawrence Ctl. 9, Norwood-Norfolk 2 (champ.)
Non League
Burnt-Hills Ballston 5, Tupper Lake 1
Essex Junction VT 2, Canton 0



St. Lawrence Central Tournament
St. Lawrence Central 5, Thousand Islands-A. Bay 1
Norwood-Norfolk 3, Saranac Central 1
Bellows Tournament
Bellows Free Academy 3, Canton 0

Non League
Malone 3, Burnt-Hills Ballston 2 (OT)



Massena 8, Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 2



Salmon River 5, Ogdensburg 3
Malone 14, Tupper Lake 2

massena scores five goals in second to top islanders

Massena’s Dylan Stone (10) goes in all alone on Thousand Islands’ goalkeeper Noah Crandall (1) and beats him “five-hole” to score the eventual game-winner and give the Red Raiders a 3-2 lead. The Islanders and Red Raiders remained tied 2-2 after fifteen minutes of play, but Massena scored five second period goals en route to an 8-2 victory. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Zach Kozsan (19) wins the face-off against Thousand Islands Hayden Barton (19) to start the second period.  Dylan Stone led the Raiders which two goals and four assists, while Wyatt Wilmshurst scored a goal and dished out five assists. Ben Sprague fired in two goals and provided one helper. With the win, the Raiders remained unbeaten at 3-0 in Division I, while squaring their overall record at 3-3. Both Islander goals were scored by Brody Gill. The Thousand Islands-Alexandria record stands at 1-2.

Salmon River bounces back to defeat blue devils 5-3

Salmon River’s Sean David (13) skates between Ogdensburg’s Burke Comeau (2) and Jared Barr (7) to take the slap shot on goalie David Prudhomme (31) in the first period, but Prudhomme made the kick save to keep the Blue Devils in control 1-0. The Shamrocks rallied in the second and third periods to win 5-3.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Mark Morrow (4) scores the first goal of the game after the initial save by Salmon River goalie Devlin Laughing (1).  Salmon River bounced back from a 1-0 first-period deficit to beat Ogdensburg 5-3 in a Division II encounter under the Golden Dome. The Blue Devils took advantage of a power play just two minutes into the contest when Mark Morrow tucked home a rebound off an initial shot by Jared Barr. Austin Morley-Sloan also earned an assist. Barr also scored later in the contest. However, Skylar Thomas netted two goals and chipped in an assist to guide the Shamrock comeback. Sean David also produced a goal and two assists, as Salmon River improved to 2-2 overall. Ogdensburg fell to 1-3.

ogdensburg blue devils defeat sandstoners 3-1

Ogdensburg’s Austin Morley-Sloan (11) attempts to redirect the puck on goal, but Potsdam's Zach Boldt (35) deflects the puck wide. Ogdensburg’s Burke Comeau and Potsdam’s Logan Ford scored goals in the first period. Jordan MaCauley and Nolan Rufa also buried goals for the Blue Devils. O.F.A. won 3-1. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Sean O’Gorman (24) dumps the puck down ice as Ogdensburg’s Burke Comeau (2) attempts a poke check.  Ogdensburg goalkeeper David Prudhomme collected 29 saves to keep the Sandstoners at bay, while the Blue Devils chalked up a 3-1 interdivisional win. Logan Ford scored, while Zach Boldt corralled 17 shots for Potsdam.


Norwood-Norfolk’s Coby Manson blasts a one-timer towards the lower right corner of the net, but Saranac Central goaltender Jeffrey Smith (41) makes the kick save. The Icemen controlled the first period of action, but struggled to find the back of the net until Munson scored on a breakaway. Norwood-Norfolk went on to win 3-1. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Saranac Central’s Luke Carpenter (15) went in all alone on Norwood-Norfolk’s Grant Van Buren (1), but the goalkeeper poked the puck loose.  Coby Munson and Zeb Brown each produced a goal and an assist in leading the Icemen to a 3-1 win over Saranac Central in the semifinals of the Larries Holiday Tournament. Tristan Harvey also scored for Norwood-Norfolk. The Icemen improved to 4-1.


Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay's Kyle Gionet (18) fires a wrist shot while facing heavy pressure that just sneaks past St. Lawrence Central goaltender Nate Burnett (30).  The Larries took a commanding 4-0 lead entering the final fifteen minutes.  St. Lawrence Central went on to defeat the Islanders 5-1. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Jake Sutton fires a wrist shot while Thousand Islands defenseman Austin Marshall (2) attempts to poke the puck away.  By midway through the first period, Luke Arquiett already had a hat trick, en route to a four-goal night, leading St. Lawrence Central to a 5-1 win over the Thousand Islands-Alexandria Islanders in the semifinals of the Larries Holiday Tournament. Arquiett scored at 6:54, 10:00 and 10:17 of the first period , then again at 3:37 of the second period, all four goals assisted by Nate Stickney. Haydn St.Hilaire assisted on the goal in the middle frame. Ian Bressett also netted an unassisted goal for the Larries. Kyle Gionet scored the lone goal for the Islanders. Nate Burnett turned out 25 shots in the Larries’ net, while Miles Kearns turned away 30 shots for TI-ABay.


Games of Week 1-2: December 1-13, 2014

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard


Salmon River Tournament
Salmon River 3, Queensbury 2 (consolation)
Canicius 4, Massena 2 (championship)
Canton Tournament
Cicero-North Syracuse 5, Potsdam 2 (2nd round)
Canton 1, Rye 0 (Canton wins tournament)



St. Lawrence Central 13, Tupper Lake 2
Norwood-Norfolk 8, Malone 2
Ogdensburg 2, Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay 1
Salmon River Tournament
Massena 7, Salmon River 2
Canton Tournament
Canton 6, Cicero-North Syracuse 0 (first round)
Potsdam 3, Rye 2 (first round)



Norwood-Norfolk 5, Tupper Lake 0
Ogdensburg at Malone, postponed



Fayetteville-Manlius Tournament
Hamburg 4, Norwood-Norfolk 3 (OT/championship)
Rochester Tournament at Shove Park Arena
Suffern 4, Massena 2 (consolation)
Potsdam Bill Corbett Tournament
Canton 4, Whitesboro 0
     (Canton wins tourney on point system)
Potsdam 6, Kenmore West 2



Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 6, Tupper Lake 0
St. Lawrence Central 3, Ogdensburg 1
Rochester Tournament at Shove Park Arena
Fairport 4, Massena 0 (semifinal)
Potsdam Bill Corbett Tournament
Canton 6, Kenmore West 0 (first round)
Potsdam 5, Whitesboro 0 (first round)
Fayetteville-Manlius Tournament
Norwood-Norfolk 5, Fayetteville-Manlius 0 (semifinal)


Norwood-Norfolk 5, Ogdensburg 1
Massena 10, Tupper Lake 0
Malone 2, Salmon River 1



Non League
Malone 3, Plattsburgh 2

Norwood-Norfolk starts season strong vs. o.f.a. 5-1

Norwood-Norfolk’s Shane Cryderman (13) drills a shot top shelf past Ogdensburg goalie David Prudhomme (31) to give the Icemen a 2-1 lead over the Blue Devils. O.F.A. and Norwood-Norfolk battled to a 1-1 tie to end the first period, but the Icemen scored two goals in the second and third periods for a 5-1 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Burke Comeau (2) steals the puck away from Norwood-Norfolk’s Issac Barkley (16) in front of the Blue Devil goal.  Norwood-Norfolk’s Shane Cryderman delivered two goals in the second period to break a 1-1 tie and lift the Icemen to a 5-1 win at Ogdensburg in the season opener for both teams. Austin Cousineau put the Icemen on the scoreboard with a first period goal, which was later countered by O.F.A.’s Jackson Troiano. Norwood-Norfolk’s Ty Cotter and Cody Munson slammed third-period insurance goals.



Canton posted its fourth shutout win to start the season in sweeping a second tournament in two weekends. Jake Facey rejected all 19 shots in backstopping the Golden Bears’ 1-0 win over Rye in the second round of the Canton Tournament. Mark Mahoney scored the game’s only goal with just 4:53 remaining in the game, with assists to Mike Huber and Isaac Thrasher. Nat Dean was also stellar in net with 32 saves for Rye. Canton also won the opening-round game 6-0 over Cicero-North Syracuse. Jon Stone worked the crease for a 20-save shutout. Cody Moore led the Bears with two goals and two assists, while Josh Huiatt also tallied twice for Canton.

Potsdam edged Rye 3-2 in the opening round of the Canton Tournament, but then lost its first game of the season in a 5-2 final against Cicero-North Syracuse. Logan Ford, Sean O’Gorman and Max Warden score the goals for Potsdam (3-1 overall) in Friday’s win.

Chad George buried the puck with 30 seconds left in the game to lift the Shamrocks to a thrilling 3-2 win over Queensbury in the consolation game of the Salmon River Tournament. Sean David and Tyler Sisto also scored for Salmon River, while Shay Benedetto and Erik Conboy countered for Queensbury.

Canisius scored three straight goals to overtake Massena 4-2 in the championship of the Salmon River Tournament. With the Red Raiders leading 2-1, Brendan Dallas, Kurt Villani and Max Gates pumped in goals to anchor the comeback. Ian Fitzgerald netted the other goal. Massena scores came from Evan Kassian and Wyatt Wimshurst. The Raiders beat Salmon River 7-2 in the opening round. Kassian tossed the hat trick, while Wilmshurst fired two goals in the win. Salmon River’s goals were scored by Tanner and Lawrence Tarbell.

canton downs whitesboro TO WIN POTSDAM TOURNEY

Canton’s Josh Huiatt (18) fires a backhander towards the net, but Whitesboro goaltender Tim Evans (1) gets enough of the puck to deflect the shot wide. Canton’s Cody Moore found Andrew McCormick to give the Golden Bears a 1-0 lead late in the first. McCormick added a second goal with .6 seconds remaining in the period. Canton won 4-0. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Whitesboro’s Matt Morreale (17) jets down the ice as Canton’s Cole Zeller (33) attempts to knock the puck loose.  Andrew McCormick buried two goals, Cole Moore added a goal and an assist, while Mark Mahoney scored the other goal in Canton’s 4-0 win over Whitesboro. With two shutout wins on the weekend, Canton took first-place honors in the Bill Corbett Memorial Tournament at Potsdam. The Bears beat Kenmore 6-0 in the opening round. Jon Stone worked the crease on Friday, while Jake Facey kept the net undented with 13 saves on Saturday.

potsdam scores six goals to top kenmore west 6-2

Potsdam’s Keenan O’Gorman (22) rips a wrist shot past the glove side of Kenmore West goaltender Brian Coppola (1) for the first of his two goals. The Blue Devils scored late in the first period to take a 1-0 lead. However, the Sandstoners scored six straight goals, two in the second period and four in the third en route to a 6-2 victory in the Bill Corbett Memorial Tournament. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Kenmore West’s Patrick Gourlay (3) tries to poke check the puck away from Potsdam’s Jacob Keleher (6) as he clears the puck down ice.  Potsdam netted four goals in the third period to break open a 2-1 game, en route to a 6-2 victory over Kenmore West and secure second place by the point system in the Bill Corbett Memorial Tournament. Potsdam also won 5-0 over Whitesboro in the opening round. Keenan O’Gorman ripped twine with a power-play goal at 53 seconds of the third period to boost Potsdam’s lead to 3-1. Zach McDonald led the Sandstoners with two goals and an assist. Max Warden contributed a goal and an assist. Billy Began also scored a goal for Potsdam (2-0).