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2004's WIN 9-2 at THE BOG!

Saturday, September 13, 2014
The 2004 Squirt Major team traveled to the Bog for a match up with the Breakers. The Shamrocks started off slow and got down 1-0 early in the 1st off a rebound goal and took a while to get started. But with less than 3 minutes left in the period Matt Elwell would bang in a rebound off a blistering shot by Nick Heaslip from the point to tie the game 1-1. The Shamrocks would pepper the goalie and with just under a minute Will Van Sicklin would tip Jake Guertin's shot from the point by the goalie to make it 2-1 Shamrocks at the end of 1. The second period started quick with Patrick Barrett springing Tommy Chesna who would bang in the goal making it 3-1. Following that would be a great give and go from Dominic Chesna to Michael Pellegrino who would put it by the Breaker goalie making it 4 to 1. The Shamrocks would get another one when Jake Guertin passed to Van Sicklin who hit Ryan McGuinness with a great pass and McGuinness would wrist it by the goalie making it 5-1. The Breakers would get a second period goal but the Shamrocks controlled play and lead 5-2 at intermission. The Shamrocks continued the pressure and Van Sickling would connect with McGuinness again with a great passing play resulting in a 6-1 lead when McGuinness put the puck in the back of the net. McGuinness wasn't done as he would get the helper when he hit Chesna with a pass and Tommy would put it by the goalie to make it 7-2 . The Shamrocks would continue to get opportunities and James Carmilia would get an unassisted goal and Michael Pellegrino would also get an unassisted goal to close out the 9-2 win over the Breakers. The Shamrocks Defense continues to play well by creating offense from the points and supporting each other. The forwards continue to pressure the other team with a great forecheck and some great passing. The goalie tandem of Jared Norton and Aidan Goulding continue to be solid between the pipes with some very big saves in the game. Great Team effort...The Shamrocks have a busy schedule next week with two games in NY and a game against the rival Islanders squad.

2002 Pee Wee Major Orange Opening Weekend

Friday, September 12, 2014

2002 Pee Wee Major Orange Round up

The 2014-15 season opened with the Shamrocks 02 Orange squad, facing a tough New England Bulldogs squad. The team fell behind early, and ultimately opened the season with an 8-4 loss to the Bulldogs. However, The boys showed a lot of heart by not giving up after being down 7-0 at the start of the 3rd period.  A pair of goals by JJ Librizzo, a goal by Colin Savil and a final tally by Sean Malone closed the gap and gave the Shamrocks some momentum heading into their contest on Sunday.

On Sunday the boys came to play against the Northstars in Woonsocket.   Despite putting some quality shots on net, the Shamrocks just could not find the back of the net.  Some great saves by goaltenders Joey Shields and Nicholas Spinale kept the team in the game. However, the team once again found themselves trailing in the game falling behind 3 -0.  In the third period Anthony Pecci got the Shamrocks on the score board, scoring a short-handed goal with Robert Bryan adding another goal less than a minute later. Despite the late comeback the team fell short and lost 5-2.

All told it was a good start to the 2014-15 season for the Shamrocks, as the team showed a great deal of heart, providing there were many positive things to build on as we continue into the year.

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