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01 Orange With Consecutive League Wins

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

 

 The 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 5th 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.

 

Squirt Major 2004's take three this weekend!

Friday, September 26, 2014
The Squirt 2004s had a busy weekend of hockey with two games on Saturday and one on Sunday. The Squirt Major 2004s traveled to the Schenectady, NY area on Saturday to take on the CP Dynamo team. The first game was held at the RPI College rink and the Sharmrocks would start strong and never look back. The Shamrocks would score 7 first period goals and give up 1 to take a commanding 7-1 lead into the second. The Shamrocks would have a strong second period adding 4 more and giving up 1 to lead it 11-2 after two. The third period the Shamrocks would have a lot of chances and would get two and give up 1 to take the first game 13 to 3. Two Shamrocks, Ryan McGuinness and Cosmo Siano would have hat tricks during the game. The Shamrocks would travel to Union College to play the second game vs. CP Dynamo. The Shamrocks started slow and would get down 1-0 early. However, they would rebound quickly and get 4 first period goals to take a 4-1 lead into the second. The Second period would be all Shamrocks with 5 second period goals and giving up 1 to take a 9-1 lead into the third period. The Shamrocks would slow it down a little and get two more in the third to take a 11-2 win. Rowan Mondello would get a hat trick during the second game. The Squirts 2004 faced off against the Islanders for an afternoon tilt at the Islanders home rink. The Shamrocks may have been tired from their previous days road trip and would get down 3-0 half way through the 1st period. The coaching staff refocused the team made some line changes and Ryan McGuinness would take a feed from Will Vansicklin to and wrist it by the Islander goalie to make it 3-1. Ben "The Rocket" Sieve would turn the jets on taking a pass from Janssen Sperling and firing a wrist shot top corner to cut the lead to 3-2. Van SIcklin would pounce on a loose puck skate into the Islander zone and fire a blistering wrist shot to tie the game at 3. The Shamrocks werent done with McGuinness getting his second goal of the game less than 20 seconds later to give the Shamrocks the 4-3 lead going into the second. The Islanders would briefly tie the game in the second before Mcguinness would get his third and fourth goals of the game to give the Shamrocks a 6-4 lead. Helper goes to James Carmilia. The Islanders would get one more but that would be the last goal of the game. The game was hard fought on both sides with the Shamrocks hitting several posts. The turning point of the game was a penalty shot stop by Shamrock Goaltender Jared Norton. The Shamrocks are 5-0 on the season and are back home next week to face the Dual State Riverhawks before traveling to Hingham to play a non-league game against the South Shore Conquistadors. Great team wins boys!
 
 
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