New England Hockey League
Playoff Recap & MVP's Announced



Championship Sunday’s first game was between the 2012 North Shore All-stars vs. South Shore Dynamos. This was a hard fought battle but it was the North Shore team that came out on top by a score of 4-3. Leading the way was #3 Cameron Sachar netting the first 2 goals of the game! Congratulations to the 2012 North Shore All-Stars!

MVP: #3 Cameron Sachar 


The 2011 Championship game saw an explosion of offense as the South Shore Dynamos took on the North Shore All-stars. Several players from the North Shore played very well including #27 Valentino Peura and #20 Michael Mattia, both scoring goals. But it was the South Shore teams 7 goals that launched them to victory. Both #12 Michael Vinitsky and #20 Jack Grazioso of the South Shore team scored 2 goals each as South Shore gets passed North Shore 7-2!

MVP: #12 Michael Vinitsky


This contest was between the South Shore Dynamos and the Greater Boston All-stars. South Shore got up quick in this one scoring 3 goals in the first period. For a moment, it appeared that Greater Boston would claw its way back netting a quick one in the second period. But it was the efforts of #7 Petrelli scoring multiple times that put the game away! Congratulations to the South Shore Dynamos on the championship victory!

MVP: #7 Petrelli


The 2009 championship game was all Middlesex All-stars! Head Coach Bill Pepicelli had the troops going right from the drop of the puck! The game remained close until Middlesex’s #25 Jayden Kingsbury-Pugh netted his first of the game early in the second period. Jayden would go on to score 2 more goals to complete the “Hat trick” and lead his team to as 6-0 win over a solid South Shore Dynamos!

MVP: Jayden Kingsbury-Pugh


For a second year in a row the Greater Boston All-stars were back in the title game! Head Coach Conal Barbuto’s players were up to task on this Sunday afternoon as they battled the South Shore team who had played solid hockey all season long. After an extremely hard fought first period where the score was 0-0, Greater Boston’s #6 Pat Stamm opened the scoring early in the second period netting 1 of his 2 goals on the afternoon! The lead would continue as Greater Boston added a few more to win this one 6-1! Congratulations, Greater Boston!

MVP: #6 Pat Stamm

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