New York State Semifinal: Massena Falls to Victor Comeback 4-2

A Victor forward blasts a shot on Massena goalie Nathan Moffitt (1) who made the save to keep the Red Raiders up 2-0 near the end of the second period. Victor scored four unanswered goals in the third period to capture the 4-2 victory to close out the Red Raiders season. (Tim Hayes photo)

Final 2017-2018 Section X Boys Hockey Standings

W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
  8    1    1   17        2-1-1        6-0-0        9-8-2
  5    4    1   11        3-0-1        2-4-0        8-8-1
  1    7    2     4        0-4-0        1-3-2      6-10-4
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W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
11    2    0   22        2-1-0        9-1-0      14-5-0
10    2    1   21        2-1-0        8-1-1      15-4-1
  7    5    1   15        2-1-0        5-4-1      10-7-1
  4    7    2   10        0-2-1        4-5-1        8-8-2
  2  10    1     5        1-2-0        1-8-1      8-11-1
  0  10    3     3        0-1-1        0-9-2      4-12-4

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Section X & New York State Division I Playoffs

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard


N.Y.S. Division I Semifinals - Harbor Ctr., Buffalo
Victor (V) 4, Massena (X) 2



N.Y.S. Division I Quarterfinals
Massena (X) 8, Bethlehem (II) 3



Section X Division II Championship
(#3) Ogdensburg 4, (#1) St. Lawrence Ctl. 3 (OT)
Section X Division I Championship
(#1) Massena 6, (#2) Canton 1



Section X Division I Semifinal
(#2) Canton 5, (#3) Potsdam 1

strong second period lifts canton past potsdam 5-1

Canton’s Easton Butterfield (4) blasts a shot on Potsdam goalie Lliam Hourihan (40) from the top of the crease,  However, the shot was blocked by Hourihan to keep the game scoreless midway through the first period. Potsdam and Canton battled to a 1-1 tie at the end of the first period , However, the Golden Bears scored two goals in both the second and third periods to capture the 5-1 victory and advance into the Section X Division I Championship where they will take on the Massena Red Raiders.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Potsdam’s Cameron Talcott (7) steals the puck from Canton forward Cole Fayette (13) and storms toward the Golden Bears' goal late in the first period. Talcott scored the lone goal for the Sandstoners in the first period. For the Golden Bears, Jack Finnerty scored two goals, while Jon Trathen, Nick James and Sam Martin also scored goals for Canton.

massena closes out season in 4-2 loss to victor

A Victor forward blasts a shot on Massena goalie Nathan Moffitt (1) who made the save to keep the Red Raiders up 2-0 near the end of the second period. Victor scored four unanswered goals in the third period to capture the 4-2 victory to close out the Red Raiders season. (Tim Hayes photo)

Massena's Josh Underwood (11) wrist shots the puck past the Victory Goalie to score the first goal of the game to take the 1-0 lead over Victor in the first period.


The Massena Red Radiers take home their seventh straight Section X Division I championship. After an early 1-1 tie, Massena gained a 2-1 lead through the first period, opened a 5-1 lead through two periods.  The Red Raiders defeated Canton 6-1 for the 2018 title.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery   NCSN Broadcast

Canton’s Bobby Wells takes a shot toward goal deflected by Massena’s Chris Paige (10).  After a scoreless first period, OFA's Jared Barr with a cross-ice feed to Jordan Fennessey made it 1-0.  Massena got on the scoreboard first when Chris Paige fed Nick Linsted for the goal. Canton answered two minutes later when Cooper Waters dished to Bobby Wells to tie the game 1-1. A minute and a half later, Paige set up Josh Underwood for a 2-1 lead Massena. Gage Fiacco with the shot from the point, redirected at the net by Logan Chilton extended Massena's lead to 4-1. Underwood from the right slot made it 5-1.   Raiders went on to beat Canton 6-1 for their 7th straight Section X Division I title.


Section X & New York State Division II Playoffs

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard


N.Y.S. Division II Quarterfinals
Auburn (III) 5, Ogdensburg (X) 2



Section X Division II Semifinals
(#3) Ogdensburg 5, (#2) Salmon River 2
(#1) St. Lawrence Central 3, (#5) TI-Alex Bay 1



Section X Division II Quarterfinals
(#3) Ogdensburg 5, (#6) Malone 1
(#5) Thousand Islands 4, (#4) Norwood-Norfolk 3


Broadie Woods raises Ogdensburg’s first Section X Division II trophy since 1997, in a game that was decided in an overtime thriller 4-3. The Blue Devils opened up the game after a scoreless first quarter, as Jordan Fennessy found the back of the net off of an assist by Jared Barr. St. Lawrence Central answered with goals from Carter Rose and Payton Felix to close the second period. And during the scoring frenzy that took place to end regulation, OFA’s Zach Thomas tied the game before a goal by the Larries Ian Bressett gave SLCS the lead with only two minutes remaining. Then, with just one minute remaining in regulation, Jared Barr netted an unassisted goal to send the game into overtime. Finally, after just a minute into OT, Zach Thomas scored for the second time to win the Blue Devils their section X Class II title. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery NCSN Broadcast

Zach Thomas (4) slides the puck through the five hole of St. Lawrence Central's Bransen Kinnear (33) to win the game one minute into overtime. Thomas was able to find the back of the net twice during the game, once during regulation and once to bring the Section X Division II title back to Ogdensburg for the first time since 1997.

O.F.A. stuns Salmon river 5-2 in winning div. ii semifinal

Salmon River’s Dillon St Ann-Spinner (16) tries to stick the puck toward an opening to the right of Ogdensburg goalie Jacob Ball (30).  Ball made the save.  Ball had an impressive outing, holding the Shamrocks scoreless till the third period. Isaac Testani netted two goals, while teammate Jackson Troiano found the back of the net during the third period. Third-seeded Ogdensburg went on to win 5-2 in the Section X Division II semifinals.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Austin McRoberts (21) opened the floodgates for the Blue Devils with the first goal of the night, top shelf past Salmon River’s John Jacobs (32).  This sparked a 4-0 run for Ogdensburg.  Jared Barr led the Blue Devils with two goals.  Salmon River's season ended at 15-5-1.

barr scores 100th goal; o.f.a wins over malone 5-1

Ogdensburg forward Jared Barr (7) battles his way past Malone defender Jordan St. Hilare (20) and charges toward the Huskies' goal.  Barr scored three goals, including his varsity-career 100th goal, leading the Blue Devils past the Huskies 5-1 in the Section X Division II semifinals. Ogdensburg now advances to face Salmon River in the semifinal round.  (NCSN file photo)  Game Gallery

Malone’s Jordan St. Hiliare (20) tries to block an Ogdensburg attack


strong third period lifts auburn past ogdensburg

Ogdensburg forward Isaac Testani (8) scores first goal of the game past the Auburn goalie midway through the first period to take a 1-0 lead. The Blue Devils and the Maroons ended the first period locked in a 1-1 tie. The two teams battles to a 2-2 tie to end the second period.  In the third,  The Maroons scored took a 3-2 lead before putting the game away with two empty-netters in the final minute to capture the 5-2 victory in the New York State Division II quarterfinals to end the Ogdensburg Blue Devils season. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

Auburn's John Malandruccolo (17) redirects a shot past Ogdensburg goalie Jacob Ball (30) to tie the game up at 1-1 late in the first period.  Isaac Testani scored both of the Blue Devils' goals in the game.  Jared Barr set up the second goal.  Malandruccolo scored the Maroons' first two goals.  The visitors sat on a 3-2 lead most of the third period, before the Devils' were forced to pull their goalie in the final 1:29, but surrendered two goals that put the game away.


St. Lawrence Central’s Carter Rose (9) flicks a wrist shot right into the glove of Islanders' goalie. The Larries held the Islanders scoreless at 2-0 heading into the third period, before allowing a goal with ten minutes remaining.  In the final two minutes, Thousand Islands pulled their goalie, resulting in a Larries open net goal.  St. Lawrence claims a 3-1 victory on their home ice and will take on Ogdensburg on Monday for the Division II Championship. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

Larries' goalie Bransen Kinnear watches as an Islanders' backhand shot on goal was deflected off the outside of the post. The Islanders' comeback effort proved to be too little too late.  Payton Felix, Trent Dow and Carter Rose buried goals for the Larries.  The Islanders, who surged in the second half of the season, finished 9-12-1.

ISLANDERS advance in 4-3 comeback win OVER ICEMEN

A Thousand Islands forward tries to poke the puck free from Norwood-Norfolk goalie Stephen Wagstaff (1).  However, Wagstaff blocked and covered up the shot to keep the game scoreless in the first period.  Ty Cotter netted the hat trick for the Icemen, However, the Islanders captured the 4-3 victory surging in the third period. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Bodie Molnar (16) takes a shot on the Thousand Islands goal, but the shot was blocked by the Islanders defense to keep the Icemen close at 1-0 late in the first period.  Ty Cotter produced two goals less than two minutes apart in the second period to jump the Icemen to a 2-0 lead early in the middle period.  Mason Aubertine shifted some of the momentum with a goal late in the period with the Islanders first goal.  In the third period, Mason Gorman pulled TI-ABay even with a goal at 7:15.  Nick Fox and Kyle Gionet also struck for goals in a three-score surge that doomed the Icemen.  In a frantic comeback effort, Cotter and Nate Moulton combined to drew the Icemen closer at 4-3, but they could not produce the equalizer.  N-N's season ended at 8-9-2 overall.