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National Roundups - 2014 Playoffs

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The second-seeded Wizards won the title.

In the semifinals, Cam Kessler and Evan Roan pitched a shutout and David Silveira scored one goal and set up another as the Wizards stopped the Monarchs, 3-0 – and Cole Weiner pitched a shutout and Peter Desisto and Ryan Johnson scored early in the second period as the top-seeded Blazers downed the No. 4 Rangers, 2-0.

In the final, Mike Mazzei scored the overtime winner, Cooper Wolff scored twice, Henry Forcier had a goal and an assist and Silveira two assists as the Wizards edged the Blazers, 5-4 – Aaron Janfaza with a goal and an assist and Zac Gordon two assists in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Mike Mazzei, Wizards

00-NORTH

The third-seeded Blazers won the championship.

In the semifinals, Tom Schofield scored two goals and set up a third, Brendan Shandley scored twice and Owen Gallagher and CJ Martin both had a goal and an assist as the Blazers downed the No. 2 Sharks, 8-5, Rizzutto with a hat trick and Abbott two assists in the loss – and Chris Verstandig wore the hat and had two assists, Trevor Long had two goals and an assist and Tom Hudy also posted two assists as the top-seeded Titans defeated the No. 4 Cyclones, 7-1.

In the title game, Shandley and Gallagher both had a goal and an assist, Schofield scored what turned out to be the winner with 10:34 left as the Blazers got by the Titans, 7-5.

PLAYOFF MVP: Brendan Shandley, Blazers

00-SOUTH

The third-seeded Blazers won it all.

In the quarterfinals, the Blazers downed No. 3 Seacoast, 5-1 – and Tommy Worob wore the hat and Tom Robarge had two assists as the No. 4 Rangers defeated the No. 5 Monarchs, 6-2.

In the semis, Matt Hetnick scored twice and Josh Sharek had a goal and an assist as the Blazers defeated No. 2 Assabet, 6-3, Jack Canniff with a goal and an assist in the loss – and the top-seeded Advantage topped the Rangers, 4-2.

In the final, James Lilly and Mike Claflin scored in the shootout to give the Blazers a 3-2 decision over the Advantage.

PLAYOFF MVP: James Lilly, Blazers

01-NORTH

The top-seeded Knights are the champs.

In the semifinals, Tyler Callahan wore the hat and Eric Ash had two assists as the Knights downed No. 4 Assabet, 5-2 – and Ryan Barrett wore the hat and Joe Hill scored twice as the No. 2 Vipers defeated the No. 3 Rangers, 5-1.

In the championship game, Riley Duran scored twice and Ryan McCarthy had two assists as the Knights nipped the Vipers, 3-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Riley Duran, Knight

01-SOUTH

The top-seeded Vipers won the title.

In the semifinals, Nick Napolitano scored one goal and set up three others, Colin Jaena had a goal and two assists, Andrew Calvert scored twice and Jason Schueler had a goal and an assist as the Vipers topped the No. 4 Advantage, 8-1 – and Anthony DiZillo scored two goals in 24 seconds and had an assist, Zachary Talbot also had two goals and an assist, Cooper Nadeau had a goal and a helper and Colin Burke two assists as the No. 2 Monarchs topped the No. 3 Wizards, 8-4, Joey O’Brien with two goals and Tommy DiCarlo two assists in the loss.

In the final, Will Garafoli had two assists in regulation and scored in the shootout as the Vipers edged the Monarchs, 3-2.

PLAYOFF MVP: Will Garofoli, Vipers

02-NORTH

The top-seeded Warriors won the championship.

In the semifinals,. Luke Tucker scored what turned out to be the winner late in the first period as the Warriors clipped No. 4 Assabet, 3-1 – and Ryan Allard, Drew Fietze and Garrett Alberti all had a goal and an assist as the No. 3 Rangers defeated the No. 2 Monarchs, 6-4.

In the final, Colin Berube had a goal and two assists as the Warriors scored three times in an early 4:29 span and went on to a 4-2 victory over the Rangers.

PLAYOFF MVP: Colin Brube, Warriors

02-SOUTH

The third-seeded Advantage are the champions.

In the semifinals, Matt Rowe pitched a shutout and Zach Mallett had a goal and an assist as the Advantage topped Seacoast, 3-0 – and Gavin Fitzpatrick pitched a shutout and Anthony Golden scored in the first period as the top-seeded Blazers downed the No. 4 Wizards, 4-0.

In the championship game, Tom Fuci scored twice and Rowe yielded only one goal as the Advantage defeated the Blazers, 3-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Matt Rowe, Advantage

03-NORTH

The second-seeded Sharks won the title.

In the semifinals, Jordan Cox wore the hat and had three assists and No. 67 added two assists as the Sharks defeated No. 3 Pro Ambitions, 9-2 – and John Sunderland scored twice, Ethan Perry and Matt Mahoney both had two assists and Sunderland and Reid Capello scored 54 seconds apart early in the second period as the No. 4 Blazers downed the top-seeded Titans 4-1.

In the final, Quinn Herlihy scored the shootout winner, Luke Evers scored twice in regulation and Jake Terra had a goal and an assist as the Sharks edged the Blazers, 5-4 – Brayden Naumann, who also had an assist, forcing over time with 18.5 seconds left and Sunderland scoring twice in the loss.

PLAYOFF MVP: Quinn Herlihy, Sharks

03-SOUTH

The third-seeded Blazers won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Fahey scored with 17 seconds left to give the Blazers a 3-2 decision over the No. 6 Vipers — and Ryan Ackerley scored 47 seconds into overtime to give the No. 4 Rangers a 6-5 victory over the No. 5 Avalanche, who forced OT when Reid Demain scored three third-period goals, the third with 2:36 left in regulation, Jonathan Patch with two goals and an assist, John Kustka three assists and Frankie Brachanow two goals in the win and Avery Abbott two goals and two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Dave Rufo and Ben Cohen shared the shutout and Tom Sheft broke a scoreless tie in the third period as the Rangers nipped No. 1 Seacoast, 2-0 – and Kennedy forced OT with a goal with 3:36 remaining, MacTavish was 4-for-4 in goal in the shootout and Attardo and Thomson scored shootout goals as the Blazers edged the No. 2 Advantage.

In the final, Beggan scored two goals and set up another, Attardo had a goal and two assists and Hobson a goal and an assist as the Blazers stopped the Rangers, 6-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: MacTavish, Blazers

04-NORTH

The top-seeded Vipers took home the title.

In a play-in game, Mike Cashell wore the hat and had an assist, Milo Schut had two goals and an assists, Sean McGilvray posted a goal and two assists, Koby Sloan had a goal and a helper and Tommy Driscoll also had two assists as the Rangers defeated the Cyclones, 9-6 – Jake Kramer with a goal and three assists, Pat Poirier two goals and an assist, Julie Pellerin had a goal and two assists and Blake Bazin also scored twice in the loss.

In the quarterfinals, the Rangers edged No. 3 Pro Ambitions, 4-3 – and Jason Finkelstein forced overtime with 7:27 left and then had a shootout goal as the No. 5 Knights nipped the No. 4 Warriors, 3-2.

In the semifinals, Jared Lucido had a goal and an assist and Bryan Swaczyk scored the winner in the third period as the Vipers edged the Rangers, 3-2 – and Crean’s second goal of the game, with 3:39 left in overtime, gave the No. 2 Advantage a 3-2 decision over the Knights, who forced OT when Finkelstein scored with 9:33 left.

In the final, Aidan LeBlanc scored what turned out to be the winner with 6:31 left in the second period as the Vipers nipped the Advantage, 4-3.

PLAYOFF MVP: Aidan LeBlanc, Vipers

04-SOUTH

The top-seeded Blazers won the championship.

In the semifinals, Andrew Scier snapped a 1-1 tie with 1:27 left in the second period and the Blazers scored all three goals in a 5:23 span and trimmed the No. 4 Titans – and No. 18 scored twice to lead No. 3 Assabet defeated the No. 2 Wizards, 3-1.

In the final, Brody Upton’s second goal of the game, with 26 seconds left in overtime, gave the Blazers a 4-3 decision over Assabet – Will Tryder, who also had an assist, forcing OT with a goal with 5:31 left; Layton with a goal and an assist in the loss.

05

The top-seeded Wizards won the title.

In the quarterfinals, the Wizards edged the No. 8 Advantage, 1-0; The No. 7 Blazers trimmed No. 2 West River, 3-1; the No. 3 Sharks downed the No. 6 Titans, 10-2; and Cronin lost a shutout when Colin Dillon scored with 14 seconds left and Fabiano scored what turned out to be the winner with 4:59 left in the second period as the No. 5 Red Wings downed the No. 4 Chiefs, 3-1.

In the semis, the Wizards topped the Blazers, 4-0 – and the Sharks clipped the Red Wings, 3-1.

In the championship game, Nee lost a shutout when Damon Myers scored with 12.1 seconds left as the Wizards defeated the Sharks, 4-1.

PLAYOFF MVP: Nee, Wizards

MIKE SHALIN – mshalin@valley-associates.com

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