Live Schedule

Tri-State Top 20 ice hockey poll (3/15)

by Dylan Butler on
Mon, Mar 13, 2017 11:29 PM — @Dylan_Butler

Updated Wed, Mar 15, 2017 5:36 PM

Tri-State Top 20 ice hockey poll as of March 21

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
1
27-1-2
1

Delbarton topped Don Bosco Prep, 2-1, to win its eighth state championship in ten years, and 12th overall for the program. Troy Kobryn stopped 20 shots to pick up another state title after claiming the crown last year. Mark Benemerito scored the game-winner for the Green Wave in the second period. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
2
25-1
2

Stefan Miklakos netted a hat trick and earned tournament MVP honors, Ben Hurd had a goal and three assists and Gib Smith, Drew Montanarella and Nat Heintz also scored for the Pelicans, who exploded for five goals in the third to beat St. Lawrence, 7-1, to win the NYS Division II title for the first-time ever. Pelham ended the season on a 25-game winning streak. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
3
20-7-1
3

The Ironmen took a one goal lead early on during the NJSIAA Non-Public state championship game against No. 1 Delbarton, but Don Bosco eventually fell to the top team in the Tri-State for the third time this season. Tyler Nielson scored the lone goal for the Ironmen and Alexei Masanko made 17 saves. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
4
22-3-4
5

The Panthers proved to be the best public school team in New Jersey by crushing Wall, 8-1, in the Public B state final. It was the first state championship for Glen Rock after falling in the final a season ago. Peter Cassidy, Eddie Corvelli, and Jake Kinney were a powerful trio all season and in the state championship. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
5
24-2
6

Jack Stafford and Matteo van Wees each had a pair of goals and the Tigers scored three goals in 24 seconds in the first period en route to a 6-2 win over Northwest Catholic to win a first-ever CIAC Division I title. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
6
23-2-1
5

The Tigers bid to repeat as NYS Division I champions came to an end with a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to eventual champion Williamsville North at HarborCenter in Buffalo. Tommy Spero made 23 saves in another stellar performance in net and only gave up a Trevor Cavalier goal with 3:16 left in the first period. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
7
20-3-3
7

Pope John ended its fantastic season with a 5-0 loss to Don Bosco in the state semifinals. The Lions had beaten the Ironmen twice including their regular season matchup and in the Gordon Cup playoffs. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
8
14-5-4
8

CBA fell to Delbarton in the state semifinals, 6-3, but the Colts can hang their hat on handing the Green Wave their only loss of the season. CBA split with Don Bosco this year and tied Pope John in its only meeting. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
9
19-5-1
9

Tyler Hill and Brooks Gammill had one goal and one assist each and Gunnar Granito added a goal in a 6-3 loss to Northwest Catholic in the CIAC Division I semifinals It was the Rams first trip to the semifinals in six years. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
10
18-2
10

The Friars short of a second CHSAA state title, losing to St. Joseph Collegiate for the second consecutive year. John Forlenza and Greg Barnych scored for St. Anthony’s in the 5-2 defeat that was closer than the final score indicates. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
11
23-8-1
11

The Red Devils went on an epic run in the NJSIAA Public A state tournament to claim the state championship with a 2-1 victory over league rival Watchung Hills. Connor Villa and John Vilade each scored goals in the victory which gave Ridge its first state title since 2008. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
12
17-9-1
12

Mo-Beard had an up-and-down season by its standards, but for the seniors on the club, winning four straight Mennen Cups certainly makes for an unbelievable career. Mo-Beard dominated St. Peter’s Prep in the Round of 16 before falling to Pope John in the quarterfinal this week. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
13
10-10-1
13

The Marauders season came to an end this week with a 4-0 loss to Morristown-Beard in the Non-Public state tournament. St. Peter’s outshot Mo-Beard in the first period by a wide margin, but the Marauders couldn’t get on the board. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
14
13-9-3
14

St. Joe’s met its match in St. Augustine in the Round of 16 in the Non-Public state tournament. Rey Rodriguez and Mike Rocco had the goals in the 4-2 defeat. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
15
12-7-7
15

Watchung Hills got hot when it counted beating Clifton, Hunterdon Central, Livingston, and Princeton before falling to Ridge in the NJSIAA Public A state championship game. The Warriors were 0-2-1 against the Red Devils this season. Next: Season Complete.

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
16
19-4
16

The Marines won their first two games of the NYS AAU tournament, but dropped their final game of pool play and lost to St. Joseph, 7-0, in the semifinals at Long Beach Arena. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
17
Smithtown/Hauppauge (LI)
27-3
17

The Bulls beat Arlington, Northport/Huntington and Kings Park/Commack before suffering a stunning 4-2 loss to East Islip in the semifinals, ending their bid for a second straight NYS Amateur Hockey Association HS Club Tournament title. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
18
14-8
18

The Mounties just couldn’t get around Mamaroneck this season. It’s the second consecutive season saw Suffern’s season end in the Section final against the Tigers. Seniors David Rozitis, Matt Olsen and Ted Bristow had incredible careers for the Mounties and the Suffern program remains flush with talent with Harrison Gdanski, Evan Cama and Kyle Foresta all coming back next year. Next: Season complete
 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
19
Kings Park/Commack (LI)
20-7
19

Luke Desilva and Matthew Minerva each netted a hat trick and Rocco DiCostanzo and Tristan Herbert had a pair of goals apiece in a 12-3 win over East Islip to clinch a first-ever NYS Amateur Hockey Association HS Club Tournament title. Next: TBD, USA Hockey National Championships @ Cleveland, Ohio (March 30, TBD)

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
20
12-10
20

Devin Blanchette, Carter Kral and Joey Mancini helped give the Jesuits a 3-1 lead after two periods, but Ridgefield roared back to score three answered in a 4-3 overtime win in the CIAC Division I quarterfinals. Next: Season complete
 

Show More

0
 Comments

Scores / Schedules

Latest Tweets

@News12Varsity