State Co-Champs: Potsdam, Skaneateles Battle to 4-4 Overtime Tie

2013-2014 Upstate NY Girls Hockey Standings

SECTION X DIVISION
x-Canton
Massena
Potsdam
Salmon River
St. Lawrence Central
 W-OW-T-OL-L    Pts.     Non League
  6   0   1   1   0     20½     5-0-1-0-5
  5   1   0   0   2     17        8-0-0-0-1
  5   0   1   0   2     16½     5-0-2-0-2
  1   0   0   0   7       3        2-0-0-0-6
  1   0   0   0   7       3        1-0-0-0-7
SECTION VII DIVISION
x-Beekmantown
Lake Placid
Albany Academies
Saranac Lake
 W-OW-T-OL-L    Pts.     Non League
  5   0   0   0   1     15        6-0-0-1-1
  4   0   0   0   2     12        4-0-1-0-6
  3   0   0   0   3       9        6-0-1-0-2
  0   0   0   0   6       0       2-0-0-0-10
SECTION III DIVISION
Skaneateles
Thousand Isl.-Alex Bay
Oswego
Ithaca
 W-OW-T-OL-L    Pts.     Non League
  3   0   2   0   0     12        5-0-0-0-3
  2   0   2   0   1       9        5-0-0-0-3
  1   0   1   0   3       4½     4-1-0-0-1
  1   0   1   0   3       4½     1-0-1-0-3

 

Standings Points: Win=3pts. OW=2pts. Tie=1½ pts., OL=1.

 

Potsdam goalie Sidney Molnar robs Skaneateles’ Sophie Kush (18) of the potential go-ahead goal late in the third period. The Sandstoners took a 2-1 lead with just under five minutes remaining in regulation, but the Lakers knotted the game on a power play. After four overtimes, both teams declared state co-champions.  Game Gallery

 

Upstate New York Girls Hockey League Playoffs

 NCSN Girls Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2014

Upstate NY Girls Hockey Championship - Clayton
Potsdam (X) 2, Skaneateles (III) 2 (4OT)
(Teams declared State Co-Champions)

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2014

Upstate NY Girls Hockey Semifinal - Clayton Arena
Skaneateles (III) 6, Beekmantown (VII) 2 (semi.)
Potsdam (X) 2, Kenmore (VI) 1 (semifinal)

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2014

Section III Championship
(#1) Skaneateles 3, (#3) Oswego 0

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2014

Section III Semifinals
(#3) Oswego 4, (#2) Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 3

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2014

Sectional Championships
(#3) Potsdam 4, (#1) Canton 3
(#1) Beekmantown 5, (#2) Lake Placid 2

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2014

Sectional X Semifinals
(#1) Canton 7, (#4) Salmon River 0
(#3) Potsdam 3, (#2) Massena 0
Section VII Semifinals
(#2) Lake Placid 3, (#3) Albany Academy 2 (2OT)
(#1) Beekmantown 7, (#4) Saranac Lake 0
Section III Semifinal
(#1) Skaneateles 5, (#4) Ithaca 1
(#3) Oswego at (#2) Thousand Islands-Alex Bay

   (Rescheduled to Monday, February 3)

Potsdam Blitz Sinks RAIDERS 3-0 in Hockey SemiFINALS


Potsdam’s Ally Miller (3) fires a wrist shot that goes over the shoulder of Massena netminder Maddi Dillabough and to the top corner for a goal.  Third-seeded Potsdam blanked #2-seeded Massena 3-0 in the Section X Division semifinal (Eric Foote photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Potsdam goaltender Sydney Molnar poke checks the puck away from a Massena player during the second period.
 

By Bob LaRue, North Country SportsNet
After a tight, but scoreless first period, the Sandstoners began to take command in the second frame, outshooting the Red Raiders 12-6. Potsdam’s efforts were finally rewarded late Jayden Young skated in on the right side dropped pass back to Ally Miller in the slot and Miller fired home the game’s first goal with 41 seconds left in the second period. Potsdam came out with sticks ablazing in the third period and scored two decisive goals in less than a minute. Just 28 seconds into the third period, Young followed the rebound off Miller’s shot and buried the puck for a 2-0 Potsdam lead. Just seven seconds later, Miller got a breakaway off the ensuing faceoff and wired a third goal. Potsdam goalkeeper Sydney Molnar stopped 14 shots in the shutout, while Massena’ Maddi Dillabough turned way 28 shots. Potsdam advances to face Canton for the Section X Division Girls Hockey Championship on Saturday. 

Canton Eliminates Salmon River in Hockey Semifinal


Canton’s Blake Orosz (16) rips a shot at net that beats Salmon River’s Becca Leroux (1) “five-hole”. The Bears scored three goals in the first period and three more in the second, en route to a 7-0 win over the Shamrocks in the Section X Semifinals. Orosz and Margret Troiano each tallied hat tricks.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Despite ressure from Salmon River’s Isabella DeArmayero (16), Canton’s Margret Troiano (17) blasts the puck for her third goal of the game.
 

By Drew Gearsbeck, North Country SportsNet
The Canton Golden Bears began their postseason quest for the Section X Championship by defeating the Salmon River Shamrocks 7-0 at the Canton Pavilion. The Bears’ Blake Orosz began the scoring frenzy just 2:33 into the first period on a wrist shot that beat Salmon River goaltender Becca Leroux “five-hole.” Orosz added another goal four minutes later, then Margret Troiano would find the back of the net 10:45 into the opening frame to put Canton in front 3-0 through the first frame. Just seven seconds into the second period, Orosz intercepted the puck in the neutral zone and flew by Shamrock defenders to complete her hat trick. Natalie Giglio scored at 3:48 and Troiano also scored to give the Bears a 6-0 lead after 30 minutes. With 2:24 remaining in the game, Troiano blasted a slap shot from the point for her hat trick and to cap off the Bears’ 7-0 victory. Elizabeth Burke made seven saves on the night for the Bears. Leroux finished with 27 saves. Canton advances to face Potsdam in Saturday’s Section X Championship. 

Potsdam, Skaneateles are ice Co-Champs After 4 O.T.


Potsdam’s Kalie Grant gets a breakaway on Skaneateles’ goaltender Amanda Lupo (30) to score the go-ahead goal with under five minutes left. The Lakers tied the game late on a power play. Potsdam and Skaneateles battled to a 2-2 tie through four overtimes and were declared State Girls Hockey Co-Champions. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery
 

By Bob LaRue, North Country SportsNet
Four overtimes would not be enough to settle a clear title to the 2013-14 New York State Girls Ice Hockey Championship. After 30 extra minutes, the Potsdam Sandstoners and Skaneateles Lakers were declared Co-Champions and share the title banner. Potsdam advanced to the overall state final by knocking off Kenmore 6-2 in the semifinals on Friday, shortly after Skaneateles downed Beekmantown 5-2 in the other semifinal. Skaneateles opened the scoring late in the second period, when Sarah Sauda wristed a shot that sailed through the crease and into the upper left corner of the net for an unassisted score at 12:26. Potsdam pulled even just 1:12later when Ally Miller one-timed a low liner just inside the near post. Potsdam gained a 2-1 edge with 4:44 left in regulation when Hannah Dreschel pulled the puck free from along the boards and fed Kalie Grant on a breakaway. Grant dropped the low shot past Amanda Lupo from close range for a shorthanded goal. However, with one player already in the box, Potsdam suffered another penalty just seconds later. In a matter of moments, Claire Michel drove home the rebound off a Sophie Cush shot to score only 25 seconds later after Potsdam’s go-ahead goal. Potsdam outshot the Lakers 17-12 in overtime, but neither team was able to dent the twine in the 30 extra minutes. Potsdam captured its third state title, while Skaneateles claimed its first girls state hockey championship.

Canton Eliminates Salmon River in Hockey Semifinal


The Potsdam Sandstoners won their third-straight Section X Girls Ice Hockey Championship, defeating the Canton Golden Bears 4-3. The Bears led 2-1 following the first period and the majority of the second period, before the Sandstoners scored three straight to take the lead.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Potsdam’s Ally Miller (3) gets a steal on a bad clear and rips a wrist shot at the top of the crease past Canton’s Elizabeth Burke to give the Sandstoners a 3-2 lead.
 

By Bob LaRue, North Country SportsNet
Potsdam senior forward Ally Miller connected for the go-ahead goal and then scored a much-needed insurance marker as the third-seeded Sandstoners won their third consecutive division title defeating top-seeded Canton 4-3 in the Section X Division Championship at Canton Pavilion. Blake Orosz opened the scoring for Canton at 4:18 of the first period in a set up from Margret Troiano. Kaylee Grant tied the game less than three minutes later, assisted by Kelsey Green to tie the game 1-1. The Bears responded quickly when Troiano scored an unassisted goal at 9:28 to close out the first-period scoring. Late in the middle frame, Potsdam gained its first lead in a matter of 22 seconds when Megan Plumb scored an unassisted goal at 12:10 on a quick wraparound shot from behind the net, followed by Miller’s short-handed goal from Grant will just 22 seconds later. Potsdam again blitzed Canton when Miller scored unassisted just 24 seconds into the third period. Troiano banged home another unassisted goal at 2:45 at the third period on a power-play to draw Canton back within a goal. The Bears had multiple chances to score over the last 12 minutes, including a puck that appeared to get between the pads of Potsdam goaltender Sydney Molnar, however that she was able to stop at the last instant. Molnar finished with 18 saves, while Canton keeper Elizabeth Burke made 20 saves. Potsdam, now 12-4-3 overall, will return to the New York State semifinals, the first recognized by the State Public High School Athletic Association, to play the Section VI Champion next Friday night at Clayton Civic Center. The Section III champion (yet to be determined) and the Section VII Champion Beekmantown will meet in the other semifinal. Canton closed out its season at 13-5-1.

 

Games of Week 8: January 20-27, 2014

 NCSN Girls Hockey Scoreboard

MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014

Lake Placid 4, Saranac Lake 2

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 2014

Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 4, Ithaca 1
Interdivisional

Skaneateles 6, Salmon River 2
Albany Academy 4, Oswego 3

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 2014

Canton 4, Massena 1
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 3, Ithaca 0
Non League
Lake Placid 2, Salmon River 1
Beekmantown 3, Skaneateles 2

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014

Interdivisional
Potsdam 2, Lake Placid 2 (OT/Tie)

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2014

Potsdam 0, Canton 0 (OT/Tie)
Massena 5, St. Lawrence Central 0

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2014

Skaneateles 4, Oswego 1
Interdivisional

Saranac Lake 1, Salmon River 0

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 2014

Canton 4, Potsdam 1
Massena 8, Salmon River 1
Ithaca at Thousand Islands-Alex Bay, postponed

CANTON GIRLS CLAIM REGULAR SEASON TITLE VS. MASSENA


Massena’s Katie MacCuaig (6) pressures Canton’s Elizabeth Collins (6) for the puck in front of the Massena bench. Canton’s Blake Orosz was part of all four goals – scoring twice and assisting on two others – in the Golden Bears’ 4-1 come-from-behind victory. With the win, the Bears clinched the Section X Division regular-season crown and top seed for the divisional semifinals that start on Wednesday. The Bears will host four-seeded Salmon River. Massena will face Potsdam in the other semifinal. Bailey Dillabough scored the lone Massena goal, unassisted at 9:30 of the opening period. Kelli Cougler got the tying goal, while Orosz put Canton ahead just 47 seconds later. Margret Troiano padded Canton’s lead on an Orosz setup, before Blake closed the scoring on a setup from Natalie Giglio with less than four minutes remaining. Canton goalie Elizabeth Burke stacked up 22 saves, while Massena’s Maddi Dillabough turned away 23 shots. (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Canton RALLIES WITH FOUR STRAIGHT TO BEAT POTSDAM


Canton’s Margret Troiano (17) and Potsdam’s Kelsey Green (12) battle for a face off in Monday’s key game between two teams atop the Section X Division. Potsdam’s Abby Tardelli scored the first goal of the game, but Canton’s Blake Orosz answers with a hat trick for the Golden Bears in a 4-1 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Canton’s Elizabeth Collins and Blake Orosz celebrate after the Golden Bears tied the game 1-1 in the second period. With just two weeks left in the regular season, Canton took the first of two key head-to-head matchups against the Potsdam Sandstoners this week, in a 4-1 victory at Pine Street Arena in Potsdam. After a scoreless first period, Potsdam’s Jenny Tardelli delivered a power-play goal with assists from Ally Miller and Kalie Grant. However, Canton’s Blake Orosz tied the game with an unassisted score late in the same period, then put the Bears ahead with another unassisted score, the game-winner, at 2:34 of the third frame. Samantha Mace tacked on a power-play goal from Mary Kait Mace with 4:11 remaining. Orosz closed out her hat trick in the closing two minutes, with Margret Troiano and Natalie Giglio assisting. Canton goalie Elizabeth Burke turned away 19 shots to backstop the win, while Potsdam’s Allie Campeau stopped 12 shots. The teams will have a day off, then meet again in Canton for the rematch.

 

Games of Week 6-7: January 1-18, 2014

 NCSN Girls Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 2014

Interdivisional
Massena 3, Ithaca 0
Albany Academy 5, St. Lawrence Central 0

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2014

Massena 2, Potsdam 1
Beekmantown 6, Albany Academy 2

Interdivisional
Salmon River 1, Ithaca 0
St. Lawrence Central 4, Saranac Lake 1

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 2014

Skaneateles 4, Oswego 1
Interdivisional
Beekmantown 6, Canton 1
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 7, Salmon River 1

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2014

Potsdam 8, St. Lawrence Central 0
Interdivisional

Massena 8, Saranac Lake 0
Canton 5, Lake Placid 1

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2014

Skaneateles 4, Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 2
Ithaca 2, Oswego 1

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 2014

Potsdam 8, Salmon River  0
Beekmantown 5, Saranac Lake 0

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 2014

St. Lawrence Central 2, Salmon River 1
Albany Academy 4, Lake Placid 1

Interdivisional
Potsdam 5, Oswego 1
Skaneateles 8, Saranac Lake 0

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 2014

Massena 4, Canton 3 (OT)
Albany Academy 8, Saranac Lake 0
Interdivisional
Beekmantown 3, Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 0
Potsdam 5, Ithaca 0
Skaneateles 3, Lake Placid 0

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 2014

Interdivisional
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 3, Salmon River 0

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2014

Canton 6, St. Lawrence Central 1
Interdivisional
Potsdam 3, Lake Placid 0
Oswego at Massena, postponed weather

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2014

Thousand Islands-Alex Bay at Ithaca, postponed
Interdivisional
Salmon River 2, Saranac Lake 1

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 2014

Interdivisional
Beekmantown 3, Massena 1
Potsdam 1, Albany Academy 1 (OT/Tie)
Ithaca at Lake Placid, postponed

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 2014

Potsdam 10, Salmon River 1
Beekmantown 4, Lake Placid 0

Non League
Albany Academy 5, Canton 3
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 8, St. Lawrence Central 0
Ithaca at Saranac Lake, postponed

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 2014

Thousand Islands-Alex Bay at Oswego, ppd.
Interdivisional
Massena 6, Saranac Lake 1
Albany Academy 7, St. Lawrence Central 2

Potsdam Girls Jet Past
St. Lawrence Central 8-2


Albany Academy’s Marielle McHale (18) splits two Potsdam defenders, Megan Plumb (13) and Jenny Tardelli (9) in the neutral zone. After an evenly-played first period, the Bears were able to jump in front on a late first period goal, but the Sandstoners were able to score the equalizer resulting in a 1-1 tie.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Paige McCabe (2) battles Albany Academy’s Julia Cronin (6) for possession of the puck. The Sandstoners and Albany Bears skated to a 1-1 tie in an interdivisional contest at Sandstoner Arena. After Potsdam took the lead, Marielle McHale connected for Albany on a goal from Maura Mulligan for the Bears. Zoe Shannon backstopped the tightly-played contest with 27 saves. Following the tie, Potsdam is 5-2-1 overall, while Albany is 6-4-1 overall.

Pivotal 2nd Period Powers Canton Past Larries 6-1


Canton goaltender Elizabeth Burke sprawls to make a save against St. Lawrence Central’s Paige DeBeer (15). Margret Troiano scored with under two minutes remaining in the first period to put Canton in front 1-0.  The Bears strung together four goals in a pivotal second period and ultimately defeated the Larries 6-1. Troiano scored four goals to lead the Bears to the victory.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Margret Troiano (17) attempts a shot on goal, but is denied by St. Lawrence Central goaltender Holly Zeldenrust. The Bears broke open a 1-0 game with four unanswered scores in the second period, en route to a 6-1 victory over the the Larries. Troiana scored four goals, while Natalie Giglio contributed a goal and assist. Blake Orosz scored the remaining goal. Mimi Husinec and Molly Curtis collected two assists each, while Angelina Vecchio had one. Katie Lamica notched the Larries lone goal, unassisted, with 3:30 remaining to spoil Elizabeth Burke’s bid for a shutout. Burke made 17 saves, while Zeldenrust stopped 29 for the Larries.

Massena Avenges Lone Lg. Loss Beating Potsdam 2-1


Massena’s Abbie Paquin has her shot stopped at the top of the crease by Potsdam goalkeeper Sidney Molnar. After Potsdam scored on a penalty shot to tie the game early in the third period, Massena’s Katie MacQuaid slapped the game-winning goal from the slot to lift Massena to a 2-1 victory.  (Eric Foote photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Potsdam’s Kalie Grant (8) roofs the puck with her backhand to score on a penalty shot against Massena goalie Maddi Dillabough to tie the game 1-1 early in the third period.  The Raiders sought an ounce of revenge for their only divisional loss of the season, an earlier 6-0 drubbing at home against Potsdam three weeks earlier. In Friday's matinee at Sandstoner Arena, both teams got an intense tuneup for the post-season that is just a half-month away. After a scoreless first period, Massena scored first when Maddi Mailhot slapped a shot from between the points and ricocheted the puck off a Potsdam defender and past goalie Sidney Molnar for a 1-0 lead. Potsdam tied the contest early in the third period when Kalie Grant was hauled down on a breakaway run and subsequently lifted a penalty shot over the left shoulder of Massena keeper Maddi Dillabough. The Red Raiders scored on the lone penalty meted out in the third period when Katie MacCuaig one-timed a shot from the slot, through a scrum in front of the net. The puck again appeared to change direction before rippling the net with 4:36 remaining. Dillabough turned in a 36-save performance for Massena, while Molnar stopped 16 shots for Potsdam.

Beekmantown Stop Canton in 5-1 Interdivisional Game


Canton Golden Bears’ Margret Troiano (17) cuts to the side of the net and blasts the puck for a goal. Troiano scored the Bears’ lone goal to spoil Beekmantown’s bid for a shutout. The Eagles beat Canton 5-1 in an interdivisional contest at the Canton Pavilion. Beekmantown improved to 5-1-1 non-league. (Jack Vaisey III photo)  Game Gallery

Katie Matott (5) shoots the puck from left point past Canton’s goalie Elizabeth Burke (27) and into the back of the net . Beekmantown tallied first at 11:27 of the first period on an unassisted goal by Katie Matott. Canton answered just under three minutes later when Margret Troiano broke free to net an unassisted marker. The Eagles struck at just eight seconds of the second period on a goal from Kiley Regan, set up by Clara Giroux. The remaining Beekmantown scoring occurred in the third period. Kallie Villemaire scored from Amy LoTemplio at 1:09, followed by Giroux’s goal from Regan just 14 seconds later. Riley assisted Connor LaPierre on th fifth goal and Lauren O’Connor closed out the scoring with assists from Matott, Abby Bone and Brittany Miner. Beekmantown goalie Kayleigh Bell turned away 13 shots, while Canton keeper Elizabeth Burke made 23 saves.

Canton Breaks Open Game in 2nd Period For 5-1 Win


Canton’s Elizabeth Collins (6) bolts past two Lake Placid defenders and attempts a backhander on net, but goalie Tanner Stanton makes the pad save. The Bears had numerous opportunities in the opening period, but were unable to score. Canton broke through in the second period, en route to a 5-1 win.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Lake Placid’s Payton Barney (5) shields off Canton’s Natalie Giglio (18) to maintain control of the puck. Canton finally broke free from a close 1-0 game with three straight goals in the third period to deliver a 5-1 victory over the Lake Placid Blue Bombers. Margret Troiano, who finished the game with a hat trick, got the Bears on the board with a goal from Natalie Giglio and Blake Grosz at 1:54 of the second period. Back-to-back scores by Giglio and Mary Kait Mace early in the third period separated the Bears from the visitors 3-0. Troiano put the game on ice with two markers in the final minute. Orosz assisted on four of the five goals, while Giglio assisted twice. Samantha Barney spoiled the shutout for Lake Placid with a goal from Payton Barney with 1:53 left in regulation. Canton keeper Elizabeth Burke 24 shots, while Placid’s Tanner Stanton registered 25 saves.

Potsdam Beats Lake Placid in Interdivisional Game  


Lake Placid’s Morgan Meyer (11) steals possession of the puck from Potsdam’s Kirsten Barkley (16) and flies up ice. After a scoreless first period, the Sandstoners took control with three unanswered goals for the divisional win. Paige McCabe, Jayden Young and Kayleigh Grant scored for the Sandstoners in a 3-0 win.  (Tyler Perry photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Kalie Grant (8) sails across the blue line and puts the shot past Lake Placid defender Briana Savage (18) and onto goalie Tanner Stanton. Grant, Paige McCabe and Jayden Young all scored, whilePotsdam goalies Sydney Molnar and Allie Campeau combined for 11 saves in Potsdam’s 3-0 win over the Blue Bombers.  Stanton collected 36 saves for Lake Placid.

 

Games of Weeks 4-5: December 16-31, 2013

 NCSN Girls Hockey Scoreboard

MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2013

Interdivisional
Canton 2, Saranac Lake 0
Oswego 6, St. Lawrence Central 1

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2013

Potsdam 6, Massena 0

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2013

Canton at Potsdam, postponed
Interdivisional
Ithaca 2, Albany Academy 1
Massena at Saranac Lake, postponed

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2013

Massena Tournament
Bellows Free Academy at Massena, ppd.
Albany Academy Tournament
Skaneateles 3, Beekmantown 2
Thousand Isl.-Alex Bay at Albany Academy, ppd.

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2013

Lake Placid 4, Saranac Lake 1
Massena Tournament
Williamsville at Massena, ppd.
Albany Academy Tournament
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay vs. Skaneateles, ppd.
Beekmantown 5, Albany Academy 3
 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2013

Oswego 4, Ithaca 2
Interdivisional

Canton 6, Saranac Lake 2

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2013

Massena 6, St. Lawrence Central 2
Canton 9, Salmon River 0
Potsdam 5, Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 1

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2013

Interdivisional
Lake Placid 2, Salmon River 0

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2013

Potsdam 8, St. Lawrence Central 2

Massena Stays Unbeaten in 6-2 Win over Larries


St. Lawrence Central’s Ashley DeBeer (9) is challenged on the forecheck by Massena’s Raechel Davis (18). The Red Raiders defeated the Larries 6-2. Massena took a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals by Molly O’Connell and Katie McQuaig. McQuaig and Bailey Dillabough scored in the second period to expand the lead to 4-0. Maddy Mailhot scored, before McQuaig completed her hat trick at 10:40 of the third period. St. Lawrence Central’s goals were scored just six seconds apart from Maddie Derouchie and Katie Lamica. For Massena, Davis had two assists, while McQuaig, Mailhot, Ellen Greene, Abbie Paquin and Chelsea Streeter all offered on assist. Larries’ assists went to Paige DeBeer and Sydney Collins. Holly Zeldenhurst stopped 26 shots for the Larries, while Maddi Dillabough made 22 saves.

Potsdam Girls Jet Past
St. Lawrence Central 8-2


Potsdam’s Kalie Grant (8) fires a shot that beats St. Lawrence Central goalie Holley Zeldenrust through the “five hole.” Kirsten Barkley blasted four goals, while Grant chipped in two scores in the Sandstoners’ 8-2 win in their first divisional game. Allie Compeau and Sidney Molnar combined for 15 saves.  (Eric Foote photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam jams away at the puck underneath St. Lawrence Central goalie Holly Zeldenrust. The Potsdam Sandstoners exploded for four goals in less than three minutes in the middle period to break a 1-1 tie and win their divisional opener against St. Lawrence Central 8-2. Potsdam’s Kirstin Barkley and St. Lawrence’s Maddie Derouchie exchanged goals in the first period. Kalie Grant scored the first of her two goals to spark the Sandstoner outburst at 8:51 of the second. A minute later, Barkley buried a goal from Grant. Megan Plumb scored 28 seconds later on the power play. Paige McCabe finished off the run with a goal from Grant and Plumb. The goals were scored in a span of 2:51. Barkley scored twice and Grant added another marker in the third period. The Larries’ Kerrigan Rondeau scored her first varsity goal, assisted by Kim Reville. Potsdam goalies Allie Compeau was listed with nine saves, while Sidney Molner stopped six shots. Zeldenrust delivered a 46-save performance. Potsdam improved to 1-0 division, 2-2 overall. St. Lawrence is 0-6.


MASSENA STAYS UNBEATEN IN 6-2 WIN VS. LARRIES

Massena’s Emily Wilmshurst (16) races up the ice with the puck against St. Lawrence Central’s Paige DeBeer. The Red Raiders scored two goals in each period to build a 6-0 lead, before the Larries scored a pair of goals just six seconds apart, late in the third period. Massena remained unbeaten with a 6-2 victory.  (Tyler Perry photo)  Game Gallery

 

Games of Weeks 1-3: Nov. 22-Dec. 15, 2013

 NCSN Girls Hockey Scoreboard

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2013

Interdivisional
Oswego 3, Beekmantown 2 (OT)

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2013

Albany Academy 6, Saranac Lake 2
Salmon River at Potsdam, postponed weather
Interdivisional
Canton 2, Ithaca 2 (OT/Tie)
Oswego 3, Lake Placid 1
Vermont Tournament
Massena 0, Essex 0 (OT/Tie)
(Massena wins shootout 2-0 to win championship)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2013

Lake Placid 2, Albany Academy 0
Interdivisional

Skaneateles 6, Canton 0
Oswego 8, Saranac Lake 1
Ithaca at Thousand Islands-Alex Bay, ppd. weather
Vermont Tournament
Massena 2, Bellows Free Academy 0

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2013

Interdivisional
Massena 2, Albany Academy 1

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2013

Canton 5, St. Lawrence Central 1
Skaneateles 2, Ithaca 2 (OT/Tie)
Interdivisional
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 3, Potsdam 2

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2013

Lake Placid 3, Beekmantown 2
Salmon River 4, St. Lawrence Central 2
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 2, Oswego 2 (OT/Tie)
Canton at Potsdam, postponed
Non League
Massena at Saranac Lake, postponed

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2013

Interdivisional
Beekmantown 4, Potsdam 3
Albany Academy 4, Oswego 3
Massena 4, Skaneateles 2

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2013

Interdivisional
Canton 5, Lake Placid 2
Oswego 3, St. Lawrence Central 1

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2013

Massena 5, Salmon River 0
Interdivisional
Potsdam 7, Saranac Lake 0
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 5, St. Lawrence Ctl. 1

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2013

Interdivisional
Beekmantown 8, St. Lawrence Central 0
Canton 5, Oswego 2

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2013

Thousand Isl.-Alex Bay 2, Skaneateles 2 (OT/Tie)
Interdivisional
Saranac Lake 5, Salmon River 2
Massena 4, Lake Placid 1

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2013

Lake Placid 2, Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 0

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2013

Canton 5, Salmon River 1

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2012

Lake Placid 4, Saranac Lake 0

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2013

Albany Academy 8, Canton 5

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2013

Non League
Albany Academy 2, Skaneateles1

Potsdam Ices Saranac Lake 7-0 in Season Opener


Potsdam’s Ally Miller (3) pumps the puck to the back of the Saranac Lake net in the Sandstoners’ season opener at home. Potsdam blasted six goals over the first two periods, en route to an impressive 7-0 victory over the Red Storm in an interdivisional contest. Saranac Lake slipped to 1-2 overall.  (Shonn Surber photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Jenny Tardelli (9) slams Salmon River’s Breann Bigtree (6) into the wall to get the puck back after a missed goal attempt. Potsdam’s Jayden Young scored at 3:10 of the opening period to start the Sandstoners’ barrage of seven markers in their season opener. Young flipped home a rebound off Kalie Grant’s shot for a 1-0 lead. Potsdam racked up a second goal just 12 seconds later when Megan Plumb rushed up the left wing and buried the puck on a pass from Payton Whalen. Young and Kelsey Green assisted on Paige McCabe’s goal just three minutes later. Potsdam (1-0) added goals from Warden, Kirstin Barkley and Ally Miller in the middle frame and a solo marker by Green in the final period in a 7-0 shutout against the Red Storm. 

ALBANY ACADEMY PULLS AWAY FROM SARANAC LAKE 6-2

Albany Academy defeated Saranac Lake 6-2 in a Section VII divisional matchup on Saturday. Albany broke the ice with a goal at 55 seconds of the first period, assisted by Natalie Tuichinsky and Maura Mulligan. Albany pushed ahead 2-0 when Rachel Visser scored unassisted at 6:55. The Red Storm got on the scoreboard at 12:59 on Morgan Farmer’s score, assisted by Kendra Martin. The second period unfolded much the same way with Albany’s Maura Mulligan scoring quickly at 2:06, assisted by Natalie Tuichinsky. The Bears struck again a minute later when Grace Parker lit the lamp, from Ariella Haas and Julia Cronin. The Storm also closed second-period scoring on a Chloe Peer goal from Kate Stevens at 6:48 to reduce the margin to 4-2. Albany put the game away in the third period with two insurance goals from Allison First; one unassisted, then other with a helper from Ariella Haas. Saranac Lake goalie Lindsay Reeve faced 41 shots and collected 35 saves. Albany keeper Rachel Peterson faced 10 shots and had 8 saves.

Islanders Girls Down
St. Lawrence Central 5-1


Thousand Islands-Alex Bay’s Molly Aznoe (5) snaps a wrist shot past St. Lawrence Central goalie Sam Bailey (1) for a score late in the second period of Wednesday’s game. The Islanders defeated the Larries 5-1 to gain their first win of the season and improve to 1-1-1 overall. The Larries slipped to 0-2 overall.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay’s Kiah Hudson (3) and St. Lawrence’s Riley Barton (5) get tangled up at center ice as both fight for possession of the loose puck. The Islanders defeated the Larries 5-1 to gain their first win of the season and improve to 1-1-1 overall. The Larries slipped to 0-2 overall.

Massena Deals Lake Placid First Loss in Opener 4-1


Massena’s Chelsea Streeter (13) lets go with a hard slap shot on Lake Placid goalie Tanner Stanton (1) who steered the shot away during second period action. The Red Raiders won their season opener at home, while dishing the Lake Placid Blue Bombers their first loss in three games in a 4-1 victory.  (Jack Vaisey III photo)  Game Gallery

Massena’s K.C. Herne (4) flips a well-executed lead pass to teammate Bailey Dillabough (2), despite the forechecking of Lake Placid’s Briana Savage (18). The Red Raiders scored back-to-back goals less than two minutes apart in the second frame to blow open a 3-0 lead, en route to a 4-1 victory over the Blue Bombers. Katie MacCuiag registered a hat trick with a goal in the first period and the two markers in the middle period. Molly Brockway, Raechel Davis and Abbie Paquin picked up assists. Brockway buried the fourth score with assists from Molly O’Connell and Abbey Padua no. Lake Placid’s lone goal also came in the second period amidst a scrum in front of the net. Elizabeth Dimonte finally found the handle to put the puck in the net, assisted by Alexa Whitney. Massena goalie Kyrsten Stone turned aside 20 shots, including 13 saves in a furious third-period effort by the Blue Bombers. Lake Placid keeper Tanner Stanton made 16 saves.  The Bombers slipped to 2-1.