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Monday, November 24, 2014
The 02 Orange team earned a terrific 7- 4 win over the Greater
Boston Vipers on Sunday. The Shamrocks
played well in all aspects of the game scoring even strength, shorthanded and
on the power play.
Sean Malone (2-1-3) opened the scoring for the Shamrocks half way
through the first period punching it in after taking the feed from Aiden
Robinson (1-1-2) and Robert Bryan (0-2-2).
Colin Savil (2-0-2) put the team ahead finishing it off after a nifty
pass from JJ Librizzo (0-2-2) and Drew Buckey (1-1-2). In the second period Aiden put the Shamrocks
ahead to stay scoring off a feed from Sean Malone. Drew Buckley added a goal when JJ Librizzo
fed him the puck in front of the net. RJ
Kobierski (1-0-1) scored on a shot from the point when Will Larson (0-1-1) and
Sean Cunningham (0-1-1) passed the puck around the zone looking for the open
man and clear shot. Sean Malone got his
second of the game when Brogan Chambers (0-1-1) and Robert Bryan moved the puck
into the offensive zone and crashed the net.
Colin Savil got his second of the game to close the out the scoring with
an empty net goal in the final minute after taking the feed from Jared Green
(0-1-1). Both Joe Shields and Nick
Spinale made several critical saves when called upon. None bigger than Nick's stop on a penalty
shot that could have put the Vipers within one.
The most impressive part of the game is that the Shamrocks got 18 points
on 7 goals.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
01 Orange team has been dealing with some early season struggles, but
fought back and picked up two consecutive league wins. The first win
came on October
vs. the Jr. Terriers. The Shamrocks put up a season high 6 goals, from 6
different goal scorers including Jake
Vercolen, Andrew Brendline, Jacob Richards, Drew Miller, Jackson Hart,
and Nick Farrell. Both Cam Clark and Bobby Lee picked a pair of assists
in the effort. The goaltenders Sam Daye and Patrick Letourneau each had
key saves in the net to lead the Shamrocks
to victory. The next league game on October 11th, the Shamrocks got
redemption vs the Bay State Breakers in a big 4 to 2 win. Miller scored 2
goals in the effort including one with two Shamrocks in the box. On the
same penalty kill, the Shamrocks got another
short-handed goal from Ben Gansenberg that was assisted by Wayne
Cintolo. The 4th
goal came on a centering pass
from Brendline to Steven Cambria who tucked it in front of the net. Daye
came up huge in the effort with some critical saves to keep the
momentum in the Shamrocks favor. Defensively the Shamrocks got large
contributions from defensemen Justin Heintz and James
Lefave. The Shamrocks also got strong defensive play and leadership from
their 3 centers Zach Shaw, Scott Elwell, and Cintolo.