St. Lawrence Central Ties Grand Island 3-3 in Sunday Matinee


Canton’s Sam Martin (23) fires the puck past Kenmore goalie Chase Ford (1) to give the Golden Bears a 4-2 lead midway through the third period of play.  Canton broke a 2-2 tie at the end of the second, then rolled on to win 5-2 and capture championship of the Bill Corbett Memorial Tournament in Potsdam. (Cody Hartle photo)  Game Gallery

2016-2017 Section X Boys Hockey Standings

DIVISION I
Canton
Potsdam
Massena
W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
  0    0    0     0        0-0-0        0-0-0       2-0-0
  0    0    0     0        0-0-0        0-0-0       0-1-1
  0    0    0     0        0-0-0        0-0-0       0-2-0
DIVISION II
Malone
Ogdensburg
St. Lawrence Central
Norwood-Norfolk
Salmon River
Th.Islands/Alex Bay
W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
  1    0    0     2        0-0-0        1-0-0       2-0-0
  0    0    0     0        0-0-0        0-0-0       1-0-0
  0    0    0     0        0-0-0        0-0-0       0-0-1
  0    0    0     0        0-0-0        0-0-0       0-0-0
  0    0    0     0        0-0-0        0-0-0       0-0-0
  0    1    0     0        0-0-0        0-1-0       1-1-0


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Games of Week 1: December 1-9, 2016

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2016

Non League
St. Lawrence Central 3, Grand Island 3 (OT/Tie)

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2016

Malone 5, Thousand Islands 2
North Country Classic at Potsdam HS
Canton 5, Kenmore East 2 (Canton wins tourney)
West Seneca East 4, Potsdam 2
Jamesville-Dewitt Tournament
Fairport 4, Massena 1 (consolation)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2016

North Country Classic at Potsdam HS
Canton 4, West Seneca 3 (OT)
Potsdam 1, Kenmore East 1 (OT/Tie)
Jamesville-Dewitt Tournament
West Genesee 6, Massena 2 (semifinal)
Non League
Malone 3, Immaculate Heart 0
Ogdensburg 4, Grand Island 1

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2016

Non League
Thousand Islands 8, Ontario Bay 2

WSE TROJANS GET EARLY JUMP, BEAT POTSDAM 4-2

West Seneca East’s Tyler Arndt (19) deposits the puck in the corner of the net pats Potsdam keeper Cole Eakins to give the Trojans a 1-0 lead in the first two minutes of the game, en route to a 4-2 win over the Sandstoners in the consolation of the Bill Corbett Tournament.  (Hartle photo) Game Gallery
Potsdam’s Jack Brady (2) lines up a shot toward the West Seneca East goalie who makes the save.  After tying Kenmore 1-1 in the opening round, West Seneca East bounced back from an overtime loss to Canton to beat Potsdam 4-2 in the second-round contest in the Bill Corbett Memorial Tournament. The Trojans pounced on the Sandstoners for two quick goals in the opening nine minutes, leaving Potsdam battling to comeback. Bill Bergan and Keenan O’Gorman each scored unassisted goals for the Sandstoners, while Eakins stopped 21 shots in net.

 


Canton wins tournament with 5-2 win over Kenmore

Canton’s Sam Martin (23) fires the puck past Kenmore goalie Chase Ford (1) to give the Golden Bears a 4-2 lead midway through the third period of play.  Canton broke a 2-2 tie at the end of the second, then rolled on to win 5-2 and capture championship of the Bill Corbett Memorial Tournament in Potsdam. (Cody Hartle photo)  Game Gallery
Kenmore East’s Adam Smith (8) shoots the puck on goal, while being pressured by Canton’s Isaac Thrasher (10).  A young Canton squad – just two seniors and three juniors (two of which are goalies) – won 4-3 in overtime over West Seneca in the opening round, then won the second-round contest 5-2 over Kenmore East to capture the championship of the Bill Corbett Memorial Hockey Tournament at Potsdam. Kenmore took a 2-0 lead in the second period on back-to-back goals just 91 seconds apart, but the Golden Bears responded with five unanswered scores over the final 19 minutes of play. Jake Mattice tallied two goals and an assist. Jack Finnerty (named Tournament MVP) added a goal and an assist, while Sam Martin drive home a goal and provided two helpers to lead the Bears. Cayden Emerson connected on the other marker. Junior Herod Burchell made 18 saves. `