N.Y. State Quarterfinals: Massena Survives 5-4; O.F.A. Beaten 3-1


The Massena Red Raiders are the Section X Division I boys hockey champions. Canton opened the scoring early, just 3:10 into the first period. However, Massena netted two pucks in the rest of the first period and three in the third to win 5-1. (Baker photo). Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Final 2019-2020 Section X Boys Hockey Standings>

DIVISION I
x-Massena
Potsdam
Canton
W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
  6    3    1   13        1-2-1        5-1-0      10-8-1
  5    3    2   12        3-1-0        2-2-2      6-10-3
  3    6    1     7        1-2-1        2-4-0      3-15-1
DIVISION II
x-Norwood-Norfolk
Ogdensburg
Salmon River
Malone
St. Lawrence Central
Th.Islands/Alex Bay
W    L   T   Pts    vs. Div I   vs. Div II  Overall
  9    4    0   18        3-0-0        6-4-0      11-7-1
  8    5    0   16        1-2-0        7-3-0      13-6-1
  7    6    0   14        2-1-0        5-5-0     10-10-0
  5    6    2   12        0-1-1        5-4-1      6-10-4
  4    8    1     9        0-3-0        4-5-1      6-13-1
  3    9    1     7        1-1-1        2-8-0      5-14-1


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Section X & New York State Division II Playoffs

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 2020

New York State Division II Quarterfinal - RIT
Webster Thomas (V) 3, Ogdensburg (X) 1

 

MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2020

Section X Division II Championship - Cheel Arena
(#2) Ogdensburg 1, (#1) Norwood-Norfolk 0

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2020

Section X Division II Semifinals - at Higher Seed
(#2) Ogdensburg 2, (#3) Salmon River 2 (4OT)
     Ogdensburg advances in double shootout 3-2

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2020

Section X Division II Semifinals - at Higher Seed
(#1) Norwood-Norfolk 5, (#5) St. Lawrence Ctl. 2

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2019

Section X Division II Quarterfinals - at Higher Seed
(#3) Salmon River 4, (#6) Thousand Islands 1
(#5) St. Lawrence Central 6, (#4) Malone 3

St Lawrence Central GRABS 6-3 PLAYOFF WIN AT MALONE


St. Lawrence Central's Ashton Adams (12) shoots and scores past Malone goaltender Jeremiah Scharf (30).  The Larries pulled away from a 3-2 lead after two periods to defeat the Huskies 6-3 in the Section X Division II quarterfinals.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

Franklin Academy's Trent King takes the puck to the net, but the shot goes just wide of St. Lawrence Central goalie Torran Robertson who made 28 saves in the game.  The Larries' Kade Hayes (11) and Andrew Lamora (8) are also pictured.  Brendan Phippen scored two goals and dished out two helpers to lead the Larries' attack.  Mason Frary added two goals, while Jarrett St. Hilaire and Evan Smith also scored.  Kade Hayes had two assists.  King scored twice the the Huskies, while Seth Lockwood produced the other goal for the Huskies.

SALMON RIVER NETS FIRST-ROUND WIN VS. ISLANDERS 4-1


Thousand Islands-Alex Bay's Jake Lynch (86) defends and blocks a shot from Salmon River attacker Alex Oakes (24).  Third-seeded Salmon River scored two goals in each of the last two periods, and went on to defeat the #6-seeded Islanders 4-1 in the Section X Division II quarterfinals.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River's Evan Collette (10) rockets the puck towards the net under pressure by Thousand Islands' Hunter Garnsey (8) and Clayton Hall (35).  Cobee Cree contributed a goal and an assist to lead the Shamrocks.  Also scoring goals were Alex Oakes, Luke Miller and Connor Lewis.  The Islanders' lone marker was unassisted by Joe Papin.  The Shamrocks' Ryan Oakes made 14 saves in net.  The Islanders' Clayton Hall stopped 23 shots.  Salmon River Coach Tim Cook said, "The kids played a great game. We look forward to going to OFA. We have to match this effort on Friday."

O'DONNELL GOAL PROPELS O.F.A. TO DIVISION II CROWN


The Ogdensburg Blue Devils are the Section X Division II boys hockey champions. A hard fought game saw the Blue Devils score the only goal of the contest at 12:41 into the third period. A mad scramble around the Icemen's net, set up by Karson LaRose, led to a cross-the-crease pass to Nolan O'Donnell who flipped in the game's only goal with just 2:19 to go.  (Baker photo). Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Ogdensburg’s Nolan O’Donnell (20) buries the puck behind Norwood-Norfolk goaltender Tom Cafrerella (30) after a fortuitous bounce.  Cafrerella and Karson Hooper held shutouts till the final 2:19.  Hooper was honored as league MVP in Division II awards after the game.

O.f.a. outlasts shamrocks in double shootout 3-2


Ogdensburg’s Landin McDonald (27) shoots the puck glove side, while being heavily challenged by Salmon River’s Luke Miller (27). The puck was snared for a faceoff in the Salmon River zone. In one of the longest games in Section X history Ogdensburg outlasted Salmon River in a double shootout 3-2 to advance to the Division II Championships against Norwood-Norfolk.  (Alex Fisher photo)  Game Gallery

Shamrock goaltender Ryan Oakes (25) snags a shot as the Blue Devils’ Kaleb Spears (9) crashes the net, looking for a rebound. Ogdensburg's Karson LaRose opened the scoring in the first period.  The Blue Devils increased the lead to 2-0, when Holden Woods scores off a LaRose pass.  Early in the second, Salmon River's Alex Oakes scored on the power play to cut the lead in half. Later in the period, the Shamrocks' Jared Showen tied the game at 2-2 on a setup from Zach Durant. The game stayed tied through regulation and four overtimes.  Landin McDonald netted the ultimate game-winner in the double shootout, ending the three-hour marathon 3-2, advancing O.F.A. to the Division II championship vs. Norwood-Norfolk.

Norwood-Norfolk bursts in third period to win 5-2


Norwood-Norfolk’s Bobby Voss (15) buries the puck short side on St. Lawrence goaltender Terran Robertson (30). After a 1-1 tie at the end of the first period, the Larries scored to go up 2-1 with 3.6 seconds left in the second. The Icemen exploded in the third period, scoring four goals, including two just 11 seconds apart, for the 5-2 victory in the Section X Division II semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

St. Lawrence’s Noah Adams (24) blocks a shot from Norwood-Norfolk’s John McCall (18) to save an empty net goal. N-N's Bobby Voss had two goals for the icemen, with John McCall dishing up two assists.  For the Larries (7-14-1 overall), Jarrett St. Hilaire scored both goals.

 

Section X & New York State Division I Playoffs

 NCSN Boys Hockey Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 2020

New York State Division I Quarterfinal - Newburgh
Massena (X) 5,. Monroe Woodbury (IX) 4

 

MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2020

Section X Division I Championship - Cheel Arena
(#1) Massena 5, (#3) Canton 1

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2019

Section X Division II Semifinal - Home Higher Seed
(#3) Canton 2, (#2) Potsdam 1

PALMER GOAL LIFTS CANTON OVER POTSDAM 2-1 IN SEMIS


Potsdam’s Romano Sergi (16) and Canton’s Daniel Mahoney (22) battle for a loose puck in front of the net.  Canton's late third-period goal broke a 1-1 tie, en route to a 2-1 semifinal win and propelling the Bears back to the Section X Division I title game.(Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Rhett Palmer (9) glides around Potsdam goaltender Cole Eakins (30) after setting up the Bears' first goal. Will Varney put #2-seeded Potsdam ahead 1-0 when he flipped the puck into the net in the midst of a scramble in front of Canton goalie Hayden Todd. Third-seeded Canton evened the score later in the first period when Trey Bessette converted a rebound, after the initial shot on goal by Rhett Palmer. The game remained deadlocked until 2:47 left in the third period, when Palmer’s sweeping wraparound lit the lamp to give the Colden Bears their first lead of the game. Suffering two penalties in the final two minutes, the Sandstoners were unable to deliver the equalizer. Todd made 28 saves to backstop the Canton win. Senior Cole Eakins posted 33 saves in his final Sandstoner appearance.

massena reclaims division i title, beating canton 5-1


The Massena Red Raiders are the Section X Division I boys hockey champions. Canton opened the scoring early, just 3:10 into the first period. However, Massena netted two pucks in the rest of the first period and three in the third to win 5-1. (Baker photo). Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Massena’s Michael Kuhn (21) slides the puck under the extended arm of Canton goaltender Hayden Todd (34) for extend Massena's lead to 3-1 in the third period. Massena’s Patrick Barclay obtained a goal and an assist.  Nick Morrell, Mikey Kuhn, Zach Monacelli and Caleb D'Arienzo each scored a goal  For Canton, Trey Bessette netted their only goal, assisted by Daniel Mahoney.  Canton outshot Massena 38-32, with Massena keeper Ben Rogers turning away 37 shots.