Game of the Week – ’10 National – Warriors vs. Saints

John Beaumont-Roy, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game to cap a wild final minute and give the R.I. Saints a wild 6-6 tie with the Jr. Warriors. The Saints led 5-4 with a minute left when Ray Zhao tied it with 56 seconds on the clock – and then put VJW ahead with another goal 20 seconds later. But Beaumont-Roy came through with 20 seconds left to give the Saints the tie.

Maddox Keramidas scored two goals and set up two others for the Saints while Ryan Jablonski also scored twice for the Warriors.


Game of the Week – ’09 American – Jr. Bruins vs. Patriots


The Assabet Patriots were able to cut into the Jr Bruins second place lead with a statement win.

 Nelson scored two goals and handed out two assists, Jake Erston wore the hat, Sean Whalen scored one goal and set up two others, Gavin Fratto had a goal and an assist and Swaim posted two assists in the Patriots’ big win over the Jr. Bruins – Jayden Kingsbury-Pugh with two goals in the loss.


Game of the Week – ’07 American – Advantage Black vs. Glades

The Boston Advantage 07 Black are looking to close the gap a top the 2007 American South Division with a big matchup on Sunday against the Glades.  The Advantage are 2-1-1 thus far against the Glades.


Dec. 8th Game of the Week

The Rifles and Mounties are tied atop the 2007 American North division as the teams skated to a 2-2 draw this past weekend. Dom DiCioccio scored 17 seconds into the third period to lift the Rifles into a 2-2 tie with the Mounties, who got a goal and an assist apiece from Caleb Burnett and Aidan Forcier.

#1 Mounties vs. #2 Rifles Dec. 7th

The 2007 American North division’s top 2 teams will play for the #1 spot Saturday 12/7.  The Rifles trail the Mounties by 1 point, but also have 2 games in hand and beat the Mounties 3-2  in their first meeting back in October.

Game of the Week – Mite National

The Mite National’s top 2 teams meet for the first time in the regular season Sunday Nov. 24th. The Seahawks trail #1 Americans by just 1 point, but also have 2 games in hand and beat the Americans 8-4 back in the parity round.