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Train keeps rolling...
by posted 09/25/2022

Two very played competitive hockey games this weekend.  Scotty Alton played great - and kept us in both games with stingy goaltending between the pipes.  Quincy played heavy and tested us till the very end.  Overall, the kids played strong, and one player in particular {Maeve Lovett} seemed to have an extra gear all night.  Maeve competed hard on both sides of the ice and won a disproportionate number of one-on-one battles in key situations throughout the game.  We were killing a penalty late in the 3rd with a one goal lead and Maeve took a perfect angle closing in on the defensemen @ the point - which led to a breakaway in her favor and killed precious seconds off the PK.  Excellent effort Maeve!!!

Historically, Canton is always a strong program and a good benchmark for us to gauge our progress.  Great team effort and victory!!!  We seemed to consistently win the turnover battle and moved the puck well - utilizing our defensemen to spread out the ice.  We threw a lot of pucks on net and consistently went hard to the cage in which we were rewarded for our efforts.  Joseph Mulkern played excellent on both sides of the ice.  He was 'el fuego' with the puck on his stick notching the team's first hat trick of the season.  Joe also was committed to playing tight defensively and playing extremely well 'below the dots' in our zone assisting our two defensive in the all-important (3-3) down deep.  Way to work Joe!!!

Lastly, we introduced a new tradition (The Tony G. Award) in the locker room this morning geared @ recognizing the individual who epitomize's the little things behind the scenes that demonstrate a team first mentality, battling through adversity with a positive effort, belief in themselves and confidence in their abilities.  

Tony G. Award Recipients:

Maeve Lovett {Quincy, 9.24.2022}

Joseph Mulkern {Canton, 9.25.2022}

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Strong Opening Weekend...
by posted 09/18/2022

Another strong effort from the boys and girls this afternoon for our home opener.  The coaches felt as if the kids were aggressive and effective on the forecheck applying constant pressure throughout the whole game.  This lead to a number of high percentage chances that we were able to capitalize on.  We also felt they worked hard for all three periods and moved the puck well.  Charlie Talbot played heavy for all three periods and consistently went hard to the net for which he was rewarded with a couple of goals.  Charlie was disruptive on the forecheck and won every one of his one-on-one battles.  Great Effort!!

Overall, a great start to the 2022/2023 season - and the coaches are very bullish on this team!!!  Back to work Wednesday night for practice.

Player(s) of The Game:

Collette Gorham {Quincy, 9.17.2022}

Charlie Talbot {KP/Walpole, 9.18.2022}

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Brian Laneau 
Philip Talbot 
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