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2014 Playoff Summary

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NORTH

The top-seeded Vikings won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Ben Lees wore the hat and Dan DeFeo scored twice as the No. 2 Tanners trimmed the No. 7 Arrows, 6-1; Dom Connearney scored twice and Louis Consigli pitched a shutout as the No. 3 Metrowest Jets downed the No. 6 Mariners, 6-0; and Colby Jewell wore the hat and had an assist and Brett Cunningham had a goal and a helper as the No. 5 Fishermen edged the No. 4 Golden Warriors, 5-2 – Braeden Archambault with both goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Quinn Moses scored five goals and set up another, Alex Davis delivered 1-1-2 and Gavin Colby two assists as the Vikings topped the Fishermen, 7-3; and Jack Harney clicked for 1-2-3 and Justin Nichols 1-1-2 as the Jets trimmed the Tanners, 4-2 – Derek Santullo with 1-1-2 in the loss.

In the championship game, Josh Bradley pitched a shutout and Moses scored twice as the Vikings defeated the Jets, 3-0.

PLAYOFF MVP: Quinn Moses, Vikings

SOUTH

The No. 1 Clippers took home the crown.

In the quarterfinals, Andrew Walles scored twice and Mike Pelletier pitched a shutout as the No. 7 Golden Warriors downed the No. 2 Rockets, 5-2; Matt Cooke capped a hat trick with what proved to be the winner with 10:31 left as the No. 3 Redmen edged No. 6 AB, 4-3; and Tom Creonte scored with 4:47 left to give the No. 6 So. Ma. Warriors a 5-4 decision over the NS Jets, who got two goals from Ronan Locke.

In the semis, Cole Eiserman scored twice and Caden Eiserman scored what turned out to be the winner with 9:23 left as the Clippers nipped the So. Ma. Warriors, 3-2; and Peter Elliott scored with 2:04 left in overtime to give the Golden Warriors a 5-4 victory over the Redmen – Brendan Winship with 1-2-3 and Ryan Ehrgott two assists in the win and Nick Calouro with a hat trick and Cooke 1-2-3 in the loss.

In the title game, Cole Eiserman and Jack Sullivan both wore hats and Cam Caponigro had a goal and two assists as the Clippers defeated the Golden Warriors, 7-0.

PLAYOFF MVP: Cole Eiserman, Clippers

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NORTH

The top-seeded Warriors won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Ryan Kane wore the hat, Will McLean had a goal and an assist and Jacob Frost two assists as the No. 3 Devils downed the No. 6 Bears, 6-4 – Medeiros with a hat trick in the loss; and the No. 5 Bobcats nipped the No. 4 Metrowest Jets, 4-3 – after the Jets forced OT on late goals by Matt DiZoglio and James Keck.

In the semifinals, Sean Gray forced overtime with goals with 1:37 and 22 seconds left and then scored with 2:29 left in OT to give the Warriors a 5-4 win over the Bobcats – Mike Desmarais with three assists and Drew DuRoss 1-1-2 in the win and Mick Keogan a hat trick and DiZoglio and Brian Barry two assists apiece in the loss; and Mclean and Ryan Noonan both posted 1-1-2 and Ryan Hodgin scored what turned out to be the winner with 5:15 left in the second period as the Devils defeated the No. 2 Chieftans, 4-2.

In the final, Kyle Dauteuil and Sophie Brea scored in the shootout as the Warriors edged the Devils, 2-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Sean Gray, Warriors

SOUTH

The second-seeded Vikings are the champions.

In the quarterfinals, Jack Stewart scored his third goal with 3:18 left and then came through again with 1:06 remaining in overtime to give the Vikings a 5-4 decision over No. 7 AB – Jenna Sabatino with two assists in the win and Liam Teto two goals and Jake Roselli 1-1-2 in the loss; Jack Lee, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 2:25 left and Jack Doherty also posted 1-1-2 as the No. 6 Tanngers nipped the No. 3 Knights, 3-2; and Jon Mezza scored with 41 seconds left to give the No, 5 Panthers a 4-3 decision over the No. 4 Mariners – Ethan Haight with two goals in the win and Connor Donovan two goals in the loss.

In the semifinals, Stewart wore a natural hat in the first period and added two assists, Max Gagnon scored twice and Jacob Beevers and Ashton Mace both also had two assists as the Vikings downed the Tanners, 7-1; and Liam Donaghey scored with 2:52 left in overtime to give the top-seeded Rockets a 3-2 decision over the Panthers.

In the title game, Stewart capped a hat trick with 6:32 left to give the Vikings a 3-2 victory over the Rockets, who got both goals from David VanderZouwen.

PLAYOFF MVP: Jack Stewart, Vikings

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NORTH

The fourth-seeded Golden Warriors won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Sam Marad, Ryan Todisco and Bobby Cry all had a goal and an assist as the Golden Warriors topped the No. 5 Bobcats, 4-2; and Ross’s second goal of the game, with 34 seconds left in overtime, gave the No. 3 NE Jets a 3-2 decision over the No. 6 Arrows.

In the semis, Todisco and Aiden MacIsaac both had a goal and an assist as the Golden Warriors trimmed the Avalanche, 3-1; and Carey wore the hat and Kramer and Carrabba both posted two assists as the Jets topped the Leafs, 5-1.

In the championship game, MacIsaac scored twice and Todisco had two assists in the Golden Warriors’ 3-1 triumph over the Jets.

PLAYOFF MVP: Ryan Todisco, Golden Warriors

SOUTH

The second-seeded Knights won the championship.

In the quarterfinal game, Sprague’s fourth goal of the game, with 2:16 left in overtime, gave the No. 4 NS Jets a 5-4 decision over the No. 5 Warriors – Wells with three assists in the win.

In the semifinals, Mike Sullivan, who had an assist in regulation, scored with 4:36 left in overtime to give the Knights a 3-2 decision over AB; and Sprague wore a natural hat and had an assist, Wells posted 1-1-2 and Faia and Codispoti both had two two assists as the Jets beat the Sparks, 7-2 – Lauren Glaser with 1-1-2 and Cara Mancini two assists in the loss.

In the final, Mike Tringale scored twice as the Knights defeated the Jets, 5-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: Sprague, NS Jets.

CENTRAL

The third-seeded Mariners captured the title.

In the quarterfinals, Marco Mottola, who also had an assist, snapped a 1-1 tie with 11:31 left and Jacob Hershfield also had 1-1-2 as the Mariners nipped No. 6 AB, 3-1; and Rose MacLean wore a natural hat and had an assist, Nick Hurley scored twice Gabriela and Brooke Cedorchuk both had two assists and Allyson Martiniello pitched a shutout as the No. 4 Golden Warriors defeated the No. 5 A1 Arrows, 6-0.

In the semifinals, Wyatt Foley scored with 56 seconds left to give the Mariners a 5-4 victory over the No. 2 A2 Arrows -- Mottola with two goals and two assists in the win and Stephen O’Malley four goals and Brendan Hobbs three assists in the loss; and Blythe McLean scored two goals in a 1:40 span late in the second period as the No. 1 Chieftans topped the Golden Warriors, 4-1.

In the final, Mottola capped a hat trick with 3:30 left in overtime to give the Mariners a 4-3 decision over the Chieftans – Hogan Sedke with two assists in the win, while Owen Williamson forced overtime with a goal with 2:55 left and Dom Cerundolo had 1-1-2 in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Marco Mottola, Mariners

-– MIKE SHALIN, mshalin@valley-associates.com

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