Massena Beats Kenmore 3-0 To Win First-Ever N.Y. State Title!

2014-2015 Upstate NY Girls Hockey Standings

SECTION X DIVISION
x-Potsdam
Canton
Massena
St. Lawrence Central
Salmon River
 W-OW-T-OL-L    Pts.     Non League
  7   0   0   1   0     22        8-0-2-0-2
  5   1   0   0   2     17        6-1-0-0-3
  5   0   0   1   2     16        5-0-0-2-3
  1   1   0   0   6       5       0-0-1-0-10
  0   0   0   1   7       1        0-1-0-0-7
SECTION VII DIVISION
x-Beekmantown
Albany Academies
Plattsburgh
Lake Placid
Saranac Lake
 W-OW-T-OL-L    Pts.     Non League
  6   1   0   0   1     20        3-0-0-0-2
  5   0   1   0   1     16½     2-0-1-0-1
  2   0   2   0   3       9        0-0-1-0-0
  1   0   2   2   3       8        5-0-2-0-5
  0   1   1   0   6       3½     3-0-0-1-4
SECTION III DIVISION
x-Th.Islands-Alex Bay
Skaneateles
Ithaca
Oswego
 W-OW-T-OL-L    Pts.     Non League
  3   1   2   0   0     14        3-0-1-1-2
  2   1   0   2   1     10        6-0-0-0-1
  1   1   1   0   3       6½     3-1-1-0-0
  1   0   1   1   3       5½     2-0-0-0-5

 

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

 

Canton goalie Elizabeth Burke lays out to make the initial save, only to be scored on by Massena’s Abbey Paduano (12) only a few seconds later. The Red Raiders had a 3-0 lead partway into the third period, before the Golden Bears rallied to score two goals in just 40 seconds. The Red Raiders hung on a 3-2 victory in the Section X Division semifinals. (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

 

2015 Girls Hockey League Playoffs

 NCSN Girls Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2015

N.Y. State Championship- Harbor Center in Buffalo
Massena (X) 3, Kenmore (VI) 0
(Massena wins first-ever state championship)

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2015

N.Y. State Final Four - Harbor Center in Buffalo
Massena (X) 2, Beekmantown (VII) 1 (semifinal)
Kenmore (V) 2, Th. Islands/Alex Bay (II) 1 (semi.)

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 2015

Section X Championship - Home of Higher Seed
(#2) Massena 1, (#1) Potsdam 0 (OT)
Section III Championship - Home of Higher Seed
(#1) Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 3, Skaneateles 2
Section VII Championship - Home of Higher Seed
(#1) Beekmantown 5, (#2) Albany Academy 0

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 2015

Section VII Playoffs - Semifinals
(#1) Beekmantown 4, (#5) Saranac Lake 1
(#2) Albany Academy 2, (#3) Plattsburgh 1

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2015

Section X Playoffs - Semifinals
(#1) Potsdam 3, (#4) St. Lawrence Central 0
(#2) Massena 3, (#3) Canton 2
Section III Playoffs - Semifinals
(#1) Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 4, (#4) Oswego 2
(#2) Skaneateles 3, (#3) Ithaca 1

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2015

Section VII Playoffs - Play-In Round
(#5) Saranac Lake 1, (#4) Lake Placid 0

Potsdam shuts out larries to advance to championship


Potsdam goalie Allie Compeau comes up with a big save against St. Lawrence Central’s forward Paige DeBeer(15).  The Larries had chances to stay up with Potsdam, but Allie Compeau stopped every shot while the Sandstoners went on to beat the Larries 3-0 in the Section X semifinal playoffs.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence defender Abby Lyon (4) carries the puck out of the neutral zone. Potsdam established a 2-0 lead in the first period, then tacked on an insurance strike in the middle frame in eliminating the Larries.  Gabi Jones netted the opening goal on a feed from Hannah Drechsel.  Two minutes later, Erica Sloan converted a pass from Hannah Zenger on a breakaway to expand the lead to 2-0. Kelsey Green one-timed a pass into the right slot from Kristin Barkley and buried the puck for a 3-0 lead at 4:17 of the second period.  Allie Compeau snagged eight saves for Potsdam, while Eliza Sullivan stopped 27 shots for St. Lawrence Central.

Massena holds off canton rally for 3-2 SEMIFINAL win


Canton goalie Elizabeth Burke lays out to make the initial save, only to be scored on by Massena’s Abbey Paduano (12) only a few seconds later. The Red Raiders had a 3-0 lead partway into the third period, before the Golden Bears rallied to score two goals in just 40 seconds. The Red Raiders hung on a 3-2 victory in the Section X Division semifinals. (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

Canton forward Natalie Giglio (18) handles the puck in Massena territory early on in the third period.  KC Herne scored the opening goal in the first period, before the Raiders attacked for goals from Paduano and Amber Thomas, just six minutes apart in the middle frame.  Mary Kait Mace and Mirna Husinec scored Canton goals to cut the Massena lead to 3-2 in a hard-fought third period.

MASSENA WINS GIRLS' STATE HOCKEY TITLE OVER KENMORE

MASSENA 3, KENMORE 0
Massena has won another New York State hockey championship – this time it’s the girls turn to celebrate, less than a year after Massena boys claimed a title as well. Capping an amazing, nail-biting post-season run, the Red Raiders took command immediately in the championship contest and never let up. However, the game was not any easier than the first three games that got them to the state’s title game. After clinging to a 3-2 win over Canton in the Section X semifinal, scraping past Potsdam 1-0 in double overtime in the section final and nipping Beekmantown 2-1 in the state semifinal, Massena jumped on Kenmore early, en route to a 3-0 win for the state championship. Molly O’Connell dug a puck away from the boards just past the Kenmore blue line and tossed a centering pass to Amber Thomas, left alone in the slot. Thomas lifted the puck just inside the left post to put Massena up 1-0 at 1:28 of the opening period. Massena scoring was hampered in the second period when the Raiders sustained three penalties, but the Red Raiders and goalie Kyrsten Stone weathered the onslaught of ten Devil Dogs’ shots and escaped the second frame still leading 1-0. The ultimate breakthrough for the Raiders came with just 3:01 remaining in the game when Bailey Dillabough’s forechecking forced a Kenmore turnover in the offensive zone. From the feed, Thomas wristed her second goal of the game past Kenmore keeper Lauren Pray (21 saves) to provide the Raiders with a huge insurance marker. After Kenmore pulled its goalie, KC Herne put the game out of reach with an empty-net goal with 56 seconds remaining. Stone stopped all 24 shots she faced to earning a shutout in the state title game.

MASSENA, KENMORE STRIKE EARLY FOR 2-1 SEMIFINAL WINS

MASSENA 2, BEEKMANTOWN 1
Early goals and quality goalkeeping netted the Section X champion Massena Red Raiders a 2-1 victory over Section VII champion Beekmantown in the NYSPHAA-New York State Girls Ice Hockey semifinals at Harbor Center in Buffalo. Massena notched the opening goal with 1:17 remaining in the opening period when Bailey Thomas scored from KC Herne and Abby Paquin. The Raiders opened a 2-0 lead when Abby Padua no scored from Emily Wilmshurst and Mia Germano at 4:22 of the second frame. Beekmantown cut the lead to 2-1 at 3:39 of the third period when Kirsten Villemaire and Katie Matott set up Kallie Villemaire for the Eagles’ lone goal. Massena goalie Kyrsten Stone turned away 30 shots to preserve the Massena win. Beekmantown keeper Taylor Laurin collected 22 saves. Massena advances to face Section VI champion Kenmore in the state championship at 1:00 p.m. Saturday.

KENMORE 2, THOUSAND ISLANDS-ALEXANDRIA 1
Kenmore denied Section III champion Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay 2-1 in the other semifinal contest. Ana Orzechowski earned Kenmore a quick 1-0 lead with a goal just 1:32 into the game. Taylor Story added what proved to be the game winner for Kenmore later in the first period for a 2-0 advantage. Lauren Pray stopped 25 shots for Kenmore, the four-time reigning Section VI Champion.

MASSENA, ISLANDERS WIN TITLE THRILLERS; EAGLES WIN

MASSENA 1, POTSDAM 0 (2OT)
It took three periods and two overtimes for either team to score, but Rachel Davis tipped home a rebound amidst a scramble in front of Potsdam goalie Sidney Molnar to spark celebration in Massena’s first-ever Section X Girls Ice Hockey Championship, in beating defending champion Potsdam 1-0. With the win, the Raiders advance to face Section VII Champion Beekmantown in the semifinals of the NYSPHSAA Upstate New York Girls Ice Hockey Final Four at 8:00 Friday night at Harbor Center Arena in Buffalo. Potsdam had the better part of play early in the game, particularly in the second period, building a 21-13 shot advantage. However, the Raiders tilted the ice to their advantage in the third period, outshooting Potsdam 15-7 to even the overall total 28-28 through regulation. Both goalies were stellar – Potsdam’s Sidney Molnar and Massena’s Kyrsten Stone turned the game into a battle in the crease. The game winner came at the 4:09 mark of the second overtime (3:21 remaining), when KC Herne took control of the puck behind the Potsdam net and fed Abbie Paquin for a quick shot to the right. Raechel Davis poked the loose puck in the crease before Molnar could smother it. Molnar finished with 33 saves on 34 shots, while Stone closed out all 34 shots she faced. The Raider win halted Potsdam’s 11-game win streak. NCSN Game Broadcast

THOUSAND ISLANDS-ALEX BAY 3, SKANEATELES 2
In a seesaw battle for the Section III championship, Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay’s Sydney Aubertine broke a 2-2 tie by dumping in the game-winning goal with just 17 seconds remaining in the third period, sending the Islanders to a 3-2 victory and on to the NYSPHSAA Upstate New York Girls Ice Hockey Final Four against the western New York host champions Friday evening at Harbor Center Arena in Buffalo. The Islanders’ Emily Rose generated the lone goal of the first period. Abbie Kuhns tied the contest with the only score in the middle frame. TIAB’s Keeley Rose and the Lakers’ Grace Schnoor traded goals in the third period, before Aubertine produced the title goal. Kayla McCabe stopped 24 shots for the Islanders. Johna Halke turned away 14 shots for Skaneateles.

BEEKMANTOWN 5, ALBANY ACADEMY 0
In the Section VII championship, Beekmantown took immediate command with three goals in a span of 1:30 in the first period, then goalie Taylor Laurin guarded the net against all attack in the Eagles’ 5-0 victory over the Albany Academy Brown Bears. Beekmantown added a pair of goals in the middle period to put the game virtually out of reach. Katie Matott delivered two goals and an assist, while Kirsten Villemaire, Kallie Villemaire and Conner LaPierre added goals for the Eagles, who advance to face Massena in the NYSPHSAA Upstate New York Girls Ice Hockey Final Four at 8:00 Friday night at Harbor Center Arena in Buffalo. Laurin finished with 16 saves. Beekmantown outshot Albany 38-16.

SARANAC LAKE GETS LONE LATE GOAL TO BEAT BOMBERS

SARANAC LAKE 1, LAKE PLACID 0
After two scoreless periods, Danielle Patraw buried the game's only goal with 3:22 remaining in regulation to lift fifth-seeded Saranac Lake past #4-seed Lake Placid  in the play-in round of the Upstate New York Girls Hockey league playoffs.  Lake Placid outshot Saranac Lake 30-11, but was unable to find the mesh behind goalie Lindsay Reeve.  However, the Red Storm was able to capitalize on an unfortunate turnover on a line change and score the game's lone goal. 

 

Games of Weeks 4-8: November 24-January 24, 2015

 NCSN Girls Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 2015

Section X Division
Potsdam 2, Massena 1
Section VII Division
Albany Academy 1, Beekmantown 0
Interdivisional
Skaneateles 4, Lake Placid 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015

Section III Division
Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay 2, Ithaca 0

Interdivisional

Canton 6, Oswego 1
Skaneateles 8, Saranac Lake 0
Beekmantown 6, St. Lawrence Central 1

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2015

Section X Division
Massena 4, Salmon River 0
Interdivisional

Plattsburgh 3, St. Lawrence Central 3 (OT/Tie)

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2015

Interdivisional
Saranac Lake 1, Salmon River 0
Potsdam 1, Lake Placid 0
Alexandria Bay 6, Canton 2

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2015

Interdivisional
Saranac Lake 2, St. Lawrence Central 1

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 2015

Section III Division
Oswego 3, Alexandria Bay 3 (OT/Tie)
Interdivisional
Massena 4, Albany Academy 0

Canton 4, Lake Placid 1
Potsdam 2, Skaneateles 1

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 2015

Skaneateles 10, Salmon River 1
Ithaca 3, Massena 2 (OT)
Plattsburgh 6, St. Lawrence Central 2

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 2015

Interdivisional
Skaneateles 5, Massena 2
Albany Academy 7, St. Lawrence Central 0
Ithaca 6, Salmon River 0

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2015

Interdivisional
Potsdam 1
, Plattsburgh 0 (OT)

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2015

Section X Division
Canton 3, Massena 2 (OT)
Section VII Division
Beekmantown 4, Saranac Lake 2
Non League
Potsdam 6, Oswego 5

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2015

Section X Division
St. Lawrence Central 3, Salmon River 2 (OT)
Section III Division
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 2, Skaneateles 1

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2014

Section X Division
Potsdam 3, Canton 0
Section VII Division
Beekmantown 4, Lake Placid 1
Interdivisional
Plattsburgh 6, Salmon River 1

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 2015

Interdivisional
Potsdam 3, Beekmantown 2
Canton 5, Saranac Lake 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2015

Section X Division
Canton 4, Salmon River 0
Section VII Division

Albany Academy 7, Lake Placid 1
Interdivisional

St. Lawrence Central at Alexandria Bay, postponed

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 2015

Section X Division
Massena 3, Salmon River 0
Interdivisional

Saranac Lake 3, St. Lawrence Central 1

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2015

Salmon River at Canton, postponed
Plattsburgh 4, Lake Placid 1
Interdivisional

Potsdam 3, Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 0

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2015

Section X Division
Potsdam 9, Salmon River 0
Section VII Division

Plattsburgh 2, Saranac Lake 2 (OT/Tie)

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 2015

Section X Division
Canton 8, St. Lawrence Central 1

Non League
Lake Placid 6, Salmon River 3

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 2015

Interdivisional
Beekmantown 4, Oswego 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 2015

Section X Division
Massena 4, St. Lawrence Central 1
Section VII Division
Albany Academy 7, Saranac Lake 0

Interdivisional
Alexandria Bay 3, Lake Placid 0
Ithaca 4, Canton 0
Oswego 8, Plattsburgh 4

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2014

Section VII Division
Massena 8, St. Lawrence Central 1

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2014

Section VII Division
Saranac Lake 3, Lake Placid 2 (OT)
Interdivisional

Thousand Islands-Alex Bay at St. Lawrence, ppd.

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2014

Section X Division
Potsdam 2, Massena 1
Section III Division
Oswego 5, Ithaca 3
Interdivisional
Lake Placid 5, Canton 4

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2014

Massena Tournament
Massena 6, Hanover 1 (2nd round)
Albany Tournament
Skaneateles 4, Potsdam 1 (consolation)
Non League
Essex VT 5, Lake Placid 1

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2014

Canton 5, Salmon River 2
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 1, Ithaca 1 (OT/Tie)
Interdivisional Games
Oswego 6, St. Lawrence Central 1
Albany Academy 2, Potsdam 1
Lake Placid 1, Plattsburgh 1 (OT/Tie)
Massena Tournament
Kenmore East at Massena canceled

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2014

Interdivisional
Canton 4, Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay 3 (OT)

Salmon River 1, Saranac Lake 0 (OT)
Massena 4, Beekmantown 0

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2014

Interdivisional
Lake Placid 6, Salmon River 0
Potsdam 2, Alexandria Bay 2 (OT/Tie)
Canton 6, Plattsburgh 3
Non League
Middlebury 3, Saranac Lake 1

canton scores four third- period goals to win 6-3


Following a scramble in front of the net, Canton’s Elizabeth Collins (17) attempts to flick the puck past Plattsburgh’s Corrinne Smith (30), but Smith deflects the puck away. The Golden Bears and Lady Hornets were tied 2-2 after two periods, but Canton scored four times in the final 15 minutes to pick up the 6-3 victory. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Plattsburgh’s Amy LoTemplio (17) slaps a shot from the point, but Canton’s Paige Glasgow (5) comes up with the block.  Canton rallied for four third-period goals in defeating Plattsburgh 6-3.  Canton's Blake Orosz scored two goals, while Jenna Marcellus had a goal and an assist for the Bears.

Massena tops HANOVER 6-1
in WEEKEND tournament 


Massena's Ellen Green (7) steals the puck away from Hanover forward Kelley Brigham (3) behind the Red Raiders goal to block the wrap around attempt by the Pirates. Massena was first to strike on the scoreboard when Bailey Dilliabough (2) scored the game's first goal.  Massena went on to win 6-1.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hanover's Ella Williams (12) creates on open attempt on the goal but her shot is blocked by Massena's Maddi Dillabough (1). 

massena red raiders blank beekmantown eagles 4-0


Beekmantown’s Katie Matott (5) gets a point-blank shot at net, but Massena goaltender Kyrsten Stone makes the glove save. The Red Raiders struck 1:14 into the 2nd period on a shorthanded goal by Bailey Dillabough. Abbie Paquin added another goal later in the frame to extend Massena’s lead. The Red Raiders defeated the Lady Eagles 4-0. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Abbie Paquin scores to give the Red Raiders a 2-0 lead midway through the second period.  The Raiders notched a breakthrough victory in a 4-0 surprise win over Beekmantown in an interdivisional game. After a scoreless first period in which they were outshot 15-6, the Raiders capitalized on a shorthanded goal and a power play score to emerge from the middle frame with a 2-0 lead. Maddie Mailhot setup Bailey Dillabough for a breakaway goal at 1:14. Abbie Paquin was assisted by KC Herne and Bailey Thomas on the power play at 8:53. Raechel Davis scored unassisted at 8:30 and Herne from Molley O’Connell at 9:57 of the third period to nail down the Raiders’ first-ever win over the EaglesGoalie Krysten Stone racked up 36 saves to earn the shutout. Beekmantown keeper Taylor Laurin made 13 saves.

larries rally late to earn tie with plattsburgh 3-3


St. Lawrence Central’s Kerrigan Rondeau (2) attempts the penalty shot with three seconds left in regulation, but is stopped by Plattsburgh goalie Corrinne Smith (30).  The Larries scored two goals in the late in the third period to tie the game 3-3 with the Hornets.  After overtime, the game ended in a 3-3 tie.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Plattsburgh forwards Clara Giroux (22) takes a wraparound shot, but is stopped at the crease by St. Lawrence Central goalie Holly Zeldenrust (31). After Plattsburgh went up 3-1, Paige Debeer and Kerrigan Rondeau scored goals to tie the contest, while Eliza Sullivan turned aside 46 shots as St. Lawrence Central forged a 3-3 overtime tie.

Canton Edges Massena 3-2 In Overtime In Seesaw Battle

Massena's Abby Paquin(15) pushes the puck in front to avoid the poke check from Canton’s Mirna Husinec (8). The Golden Bears would score late in the first period to go up 1-0. Massena would answer back as would Canton for 2-1. Massena would tie it up, but the Golden Bears would score in OT for the 3-2 victory at the Massena Arena. (Clay Allen photo) Game GalleryCanton’s Blake Orosz puts the shot on net, but is stopped by Massena’s Maddi Dillabough (1).

Potsdam downs canton in lone section x game 3-0


Potsdam’s Kalie Grant (8) makes a move just inside Canton’s defensive zone.  Canton’s Michaela Powers (1) tries to poke check the puck away. The Bears and Sandstoners played a fairly even first period, but Potsdam emerged with a 1-0 lead.   Potsdam netted a goal in the 2nd and in the 3rd period in a 3-0 win.  (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Natalie Giglio (18) attempts to clear the zone while chased by Potsdam’s Gabi Jones (19).  Potsdam goalie Sidney Molnar turned away all 19 shots, including 10 in the third period, in backstopping the Sandstoners’ 3-0 victory over the Golden Bears at Canton. Potsdam got a quick start on a short-handed goal when eighth grader Erica Sloan skated around two defenders and wrapped the puck around Canton keeper Elizabeth Burke. The goal was assisted by seventh grader Gabi Jones. Potsdam added to its lead when Kalie Grant drilled a low close-range shot past Burke with 10.5 remaining in the second period. Grant also scored off a rebound within the first three minutes of the third period to seal the victory for the Sandstoners. Potsdam improved to 6-1, 10-3-2 overall, while Canton slipped to 5-2, 9-4-1 overall.

Barkley's early goal LAUNCHES POTSDAM IN 3-0 WIN


Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay forward Miranda Kolb (17) dives for a low shot on goal past Potsdam defenseman Makenzie Martin (10). The low shot was blocked by goalie Allie Compeau (1) to keep the game scoreless at the time. Potsdam’s Kristen Barkley the game's first goal.  Potsdam won 3-0.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Kalie Grant (8) steals the puck from Islanders forward Kelsey Bannister (1) and charges toward goal.   Potsdam scored in the first period for a 1-0 lead, but did not put the game away until scoring twice in the third frame.  Grant collected one goals and two assists, while Paige McCabe also scored a goal and Kelsie Green added an assist.  Sidney Molnar and Allie Compeau combined for 14 saves.  Kayla McCabe made 21 saves for the Islanders.

POTSDAM NETS THREE GOALS IN FIRST, EN ROUTE TO 9-0 WIN


Potsdam’s Hannah Drechsel (4) spins around Salmon River defenseman Kamaryn Ransom (9) and goalie Jennifer Dejung (1) to score another goal for the Sandstoners in the third period.  Potsdam scored three goals in the first period and four times in the second period en route to a 9-0 victory over the Shamrocks.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Victoria Thompson and Potsdam’s Kali Grant (8) battle for possession of the puck off the faceoff near the Shamrocks goal.  Potsdam raced out to a 3-0 lead in the first period, tacked on four markers in the second period and finished off the Shamrocks with a pair of goals early in the third period to produce a 9-0 home victory. Kalie Grant, who scored twice and assisted on four other goals, opened the scoring at 7:12 of the first period. Kelsey Green and Hannah Drechsel added goals to build the 3-0 lead in the opening period. Dreschel and Ali McFadden produced a goal and two assists each, while Green finished with a goal and an assist. Paige Brooks and Gabi Jones both scored twice. Barkley registed two assists. Potsdam allowed Salmon River just seven shots on goal. Jenny DeJung turned away 21 shots for Salmon River.

Blue Bombers pull away from shamrocks 6-3


Salmon River’s Victoria Thompson (7) scores the first goal for the Shamrocks past Lake Placid goalie Emily Barney (30) off a breakaway to tie the game 1-1 in the first period.  Earlier, the Blue Bombers scored off a rebound from Briana Savage to take the lead. Lake Placid defeated the Salmon River 6-3.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Salmon River goalie Jennifer Dejung (1) makes a diving save to block the shot from Lake Placid’s Elizabeth Bimonte (17).  Trailing 3-2 midway through the third period, the Lake Placid Blue Bombers rallied for three straight goals to emerge with a 6-3 win over the Salmon River Shamrocks in an interdivisional game at Fort Covington. Elizabeth Bimonte, Morgan Meyer and Jayde Dukette knocked home scores for Lake Placid in the three-goal flurry within three minutes and 17 seconds. Salmon River climbed back from a 2-1 deficit earlier in the contest on back-to-back goals from Nidia DeArmayero and Victoria Thompson just 36 second apart. For Lake Placid, Duette scored twice, while Gillian McLean and Briana Savage also contributed a goal each. Emily Barney logged 17 saves. Jenny DeJung collected 34 saves for the Shamrocks.


 

Games of Week 1-3: November 24-December 13, 2014

 NCSN Girls Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2014

Non League
Essex Junction VT 3, Massena 2
Albany Academy 1, Lake Placid 1 (OT/Tie)
Ithaca 0, Potsdam 0 (OT/Tie)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2014

Interdivisional
Canton 5, Saranac Lake 1
Ithaca 10, St. Lawrence Central 2
Non League

Bellows Free Academy 3, Massena 2 (OT)

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2014

Section X Division
Potsdam 8, St. Lawrence Central 2
Section III Division

Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 2, Skaneateles 1 (OT)

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2014

Section X Division
Massena 5, Canton 2
Interdivisional
Potsdam 3, Lake Placid 2

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2014

Section X Division
Canton 3, Potsdam 2 (OT)
Interdivisional
Skaneateles 2, St. Lawrence Central 0
Lake Placid 3, Oswego 2

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2014

Section X Division
St. Lawrence Central 3, Salmon River 1
Interdivisional
Massena 6, Plattsburgh 1
Potsdam 2, Saranac Central 0
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 1, Oswego 0

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2014

Section X Division
Canton 11, St. Lawrence Central 0
Interdivisional

Lake Placid 2, Massena 0
Non League
Plattsburgh 9, Salmon River 3

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2014

Section X Division
Potsdam 5, St. Lawrence Central 2
Non League
Massena 1, Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay 0

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2014

Section VII Division
Lake Placid 3, Saranac Lake 1
Interdivisional
Canton 8, Oswego 6
Thousand Islands-Alex Bay 10, Salmon River 0

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014

Section X Division
Potsdam 10, Salmon River 0
Interdivisional
Beekmantown 8, St. Lawrence Central 0

canton golden bears top larries 11-0 for first win


Canton’s Natalie Giglio carries the puck to the front of the net then fires a backhander past St. Lawrence Central goaltender Holly Zeldenrust. Canton came out strong scoring six goals in the opening period, including three from Blake Orosz. The Golden Bears picked up their first divisional win 11-0. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Paige Debeer (15) jets down the center of the ice while being chased by Canton’s Blake Orosz. Blake Orosz led Canton with five goals and two assists. Natalie Giglio registered two goals and three assists, while Paige Glasgow netted two goals and chipped in an assist. Elizabeth Collins offered up four helpers. Ellie Schonberg drilled her first career marker, while Angelina Vecchio Canton’s other goal. Elizabeth Burke collected all seven shots she faced in the shutout. Holly Zeldenrust gathered 21 saves and Eliza Sullivan added 6 saves for the Larries who faced 38 shots from the dominating Bears’ offense. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

massena jumps in front early to defeat canton 5-2


Canton’s Blake Orosz (16) pounces on the rebound, but Massena’s Kyrsten Stone makes a stellar glove save. Massena received first period goals from Abbie Paquin, Molly O’Connell, and Bailey Dillabough to take a commanding 3-1 lead after 15 minutes of play. The Red Raiders added two more goals to top the Golden Bears 5-2. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Blake Orosz (16) wins the face off against Massena’s KC Herne, then looks to pass to a teammate.  Massena whisked to a 3-1 first period lead, en route to a 5-2 victory at Canton, dealing the Golden Bears their first loss in the Section X Division. The Raiders added a second period goal to open a 4-1 lead, before both teams netted a marker in the third period. Massena jumped on its first scoring opportunity just 2:19 into the contest when Abbie Paquin converted on a set up from Bailry Thomas. Paquin then provided the assist on Molly O’Connell’s goal just over three minutes later to post Massena to a quick 2-0 lead. Canton answered at the 8:12 mark when Blake Orosz set up Paige Glasgow to trim the lead to 2-1. However, the celebration lasted just 23 seconds when Bailey Dillabough scored from Raechel Davis and Amber Thomas to close the opening period with a 3-1 lead. Both teams scored in the second period. Thomas scored midway through the second period to build a 4-1 Massena lead. Canton answered on the power play when Elizabeth Collins scored from Mary Kait Mace and Mirna Husinec. O’Connell netted an unassisted goal with 4:26 remaining to close out the Raiders’ scoring. Massena keeper Kyrsten Stone collected 26 saves, while Canton’s Elizabeth Burke turned away 20 shots.

Potsdam pulls away in third to defeat Larries 5-2


Potsdam’s Erica Sloan (14) breaks away from St. Lawrence Central defenders to create an open chance on goal, but the shot was blocked by Larries' goalie Holly Zeldenrust (31).  The Sandstoners scored twice in the first period to take a 2-0 lead over St. Lawrence.  Potsdam went on to beat the Larries 5-2. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Madee Derouchie (19) scored the Larries second goal past Potsdam goalie Allie Campeau (30).  Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery