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Norwood-Norfolk Icemen @ Saranac Chiefs December 31st 2021 NYSPHSAA Boy's Hockey

quick wrister
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Nate Patrie

Norwood-Norfolk's forward with the quick wrister on net. It would be a non-conference tilt at the Amer-can North Sports Complex as the Saranac Chiefs would host the Norwood-Norfolk Icemen. The game would start off tight with two evenly matched teams as they would go through the first period with neither getting a goal. Although that would be changed quickly in the second period when the Chiefs would score 1:34 into the period on the Zack O'Connell goal. The Icemen would not let the deficit last long as they would get the equalizer at the 5:10 mark on a goal from John Front to tie the game at 1. They wouldn't waste time taking the lead either as they would wait just 90 seconds to make it 2-1 on the Ryley Ashley goal. The Chiefs would continue the fight through the period and tie the game up at 2 with just over a minute left in the period on the Hayden Buckley goal. Halfway through the third period the Icemen would regain the lead at 3-2 on the Braeden Bethel goal and secure the victory. Gallery

along the boards
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Natte Patrie

Saranac's Jonathan Roy (7) pins Norwood-Norfolk's Jayden Grant (2) along the boards as they battle for the loose puck. Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk Icemen @ Northeastern Clinton Cougars December 30th 2021 NYSPHSAA Boy's Hockey

short post goal
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Kyle Coryea

Northeastern Clinton's Lucas Hemingway (13) finds the back of the net on the short post for the goal. It would be a non-conference game at the Rouses Point Civic Center as the Northeastern Clinton Cougars would host the Norwood-Norfolk Icemen. The game would start off slow as the teams would trade a pair of goals in the first period with Owen Ebersol getting on the board for the Cougars. In the second period, the offenses would explode as they would combine for five goals. Scoring for the Cougars was Winfield Simpson and Reid LaValley while getting on the board for the Icemen would be Jayden Grant, Gavin Phillips, and Ryley Ashley to make it a 4-3 Icemen game. When they returned for the third period the offenses would stay hot as they would combine for six goals scoring for the Cougars would be Peyton Palmer and Owen Ebersol (twice, to finish off a four-goal night) giving the Icemen the 7-6 win. In the winning effort, the Icemen go to 3-7 while the Cougars fall to 1-4 on the season. The Icemen will be back in action tomorrow as they travel 30 minutes up the road and take on the Saranac Chiefs while the Cougars have to wait till next week and take on the same Saranac Chiefs. Gallery

knee to knee
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Kyle Coryea

Norwood Nirfolk's Reese Grant and Northeastern Clinton's Ryan Racine (10) go knee to knee as they battle for the loose puck. Gallery

Potsdam Sandstoners @ Beekmantown Eagles December 29th 2021 NYSPHSAA Boy's Hockey

paddle save
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Evan Patrie

Potsdam's Chase Rozier (30) dives back across the paint and gets the paddle save on Beekmantown's Dalton Kane (11). It would be nonleague action at the Stafford Ice Arena as the Beekmantown Eagles would host the Potsdam Sandstoners. The game would start off good for the home Eagles as Luke Moser would get the quick goal at 1:57 of the first period for the early 1-0 lead. The Sandstoners would answer back just over two minutes later and tie the game at 1 on the John Friot goal. The Eagles would be in control the rest of the period with four more goals coming from Dalton Kane, Colin Latinville, Reid Fessette, and Luke Moser (second of the game) and have a commanding 5-1 lead at the end of one. In the second period, the Eagles would stay hot with another three goals Luke Moser (third and fourth of the night), Sweenor (shorthanded), and have an 8-1 lead. In the third period, the Eagles still couldn't be shut down as they would get another three goals Keegan Rodier, Anthony Marion, and Cooper Burdo to secure the 11-1. In the winning effort, the Eagles go to 5-2 while the Sandstoners fall to 1-7 on the season. Gallery

scramble goal
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Evan Patrie

Beekmantown's Keegan Rodier slams it away on the scramble in front. Gallery

Rye Garnets @ Beekmantown Eagles Applebees Winter Classic Day 2 High School Boys Hockey December 19th 2021

shoulder to shoulder
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Keegan Rodier (15) and Rye's Brian Curran (7) go-to shoulder to shoulder through the zone as they battle after the puck. It would be the last game of the Applebees Winter Classic and the host Beekmantown Eagles would take on the Rye Garnets. The game would start off good for the home Eagles as they would get the opening goal of the game just 34 seconds in from (19) for the quick 1-0 lead. The game would stay there till the ten-minute mark of the period when Beekmantown's Reid Fessette would score to extend their lead to 2-0. When the teams came back for the second period the Garnets would find their offense and get on the board at the three-minute mark when Dempsey Brown would find the net to make it a 2-1 game, Then just 54 seconds later the Garnets would score again to tie the game at two on the Henry Bagley goal. The Garnets would keep fighting and actually get the lead at the 9:21 mark of the period on the Tommy Greenhaw goal. When the teams returned for the third period the Garnets would waste little time expanding their lead to 4-2 on Tommy Greenhaw's second goal of the game. Then just two minutes later the Garnets would strike again to make it a 5-2 game on Henry Bagley second of the night. The Eagles would strike back quickly just 60 seconds later to make it 5-3 and keep interesting down the stretch. Although they wouldn't get any closer as the Garnets would be too much on the day and get empty netter late and secure the 6-3 win. In the winning effort, the Rye Garnet would secure the 2021 Applebees Winter Classic title while the Beekmantown Eagles go to 2-2 on the season. Gallery

hard hit
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Chase Clukely meets up with Rye's defender as they meet at the blueline as they go after the loose puck. Gallery

Storm Hockey @ Northeastern Clinton Cougars High School Boys Hockey December 19th 2021

crunch
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Kyle Coryea

Northeastern Clinton's Thomas Richard (21) with the crunching hit along the end boards on Storm's Robbie Stubbs (11) to free the puck. It would be the second day of the 2021 Applebee Winter Classic and the first game of the day would feature the Northeastern Clinton Cougars and Storm Hockey. The game would start off great for the Storm as they would answer with four goals in the opening period from Sean Bruno (twice) Klaidi Gniji and Axel Kotikoski for the 4-0 lead after one. In the second period, the Storm would stay hot and get another four goals this time from Nick Donlon, Robbie Stubbs, Dylan Bzdell, and TJ Pierce for the 8-0 lead. In the third period, they would lighten up on the offense with the game hand and get two goals from Robert Bohl and Axel Kotikoski (for second of the game. With the win, the Storm would stay undefeated in the early season at 5-0 while the Northeastern Clinton Cougars go to 0-4 on the season. Gallery

pad save
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Kyle Coryea

Storm's Aidan Pike (37) with the pad save on the low shot from Northeastern Clinton's Ryan Racine (10). Gallery

Storm Hockey @ Beekmantown Eagles Applebees Winter Classic Day 1 High School Boys Hockey December 18th 2021

open ice hit
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Nolan Latinville (26) with the hard open ice hit on the Storm puck handler at center ice. It would be the second game of the opening day of the Applebee Winter Classic and it would feature the host Beekmantown Eagles and Storm. The game would start off good for the host Eagles DJ Gonyo would light the lamp at the 3:05 mark of the first period for the lone goal of the first. In the second period, the Storm would waste little time tying the game up at the 1:53 mark. The tye would be short-lived as the Eagles would answer back at the 2:59 mark on the Keegan Rodier goal to make it 2-1. The Storm would answer back and tie the game with just under 1:30 left in the game on Dylan Bzdell's second goal of the period. In the third period when the game was starting to look like it was going to overtime Storm's Dylan Bzdell said hold that thought and light the lamp for the third time on the night with just over three minutes left for the 3-2 victory. The Eagles would put up a fiery counter in the closing minutes but wouldn't be enough as the Storm hold on for the 3-2 victory. With the win, the Storm goes to 4-0 on the season and will take on Northeastern Clinton for a chance to win the Applebee's Winter Classic. Gallery.

around defender
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Kyle Coryea

Storm's TJ Pierce (21) cuts around Beekmantown's Sweenor at center ice and carries it into the zone. Gallery.

Rye Garent @ Northeastern Clinton Cougars High School Boys Hockey December 18th 2021

on the doorstep
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Kyle Coryea

Northeastern Clinton's Reid Lavalley (2) cuts down in front of the net trying to slam it away but would later score in the game. It would be the opening game of the return of the Applebee's Winter Classic and it would see the Rye Garnets and the Northeastern Clinton Cougars. It would be a great start for the Garnets as they would score four times in the opening period from Aidan Cunningham, Reece Dorfman, and Cal McLoughlin (twice). In the second period, the Garnets would stay hot and get another five goals from Lukas Elovaara, Cal McLoughlin (a third of the night), Henry Bagley (twice), and Kevin Curran while Reid LaValley would score for the Cougars to get them on the board and make it 9-1 after the second period. In the third period, the Garnets would stay hot as they would get another four goals from Liam Draddy, Foster Richardson, and Dempsey Brown (twice and get the 13-1 victory. In the winning effort, they go to 2-0 on the season with a matchup on December 19th against Beekmantown while the Northern Clinton Cougars go to 0-1-1 and play Storm next. Gallery.

open ice hit
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Kyle Coryea

Rye's Tommy Greenhaw (6) with the hard open-ice hit knocking the puck loose down the middle. Gallery.

Malone Huskies @ Plattsburgh Hornets December 10th 2021 NYSPHSAA Boy's Hockey

hit in the broads
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Dylan Pachter (11) with the hit in the corner on the Huskies skater. It would be a nonconference affair as the Plattsburgh Hornets would host the Malone Huskies at the Ameri-can North Sports Complex. The game would not start well for the home hornets as the Huskies would get the lone goal of the first period. Although in the second period the offenses for both teams would come alive as they would combine for fives goals in the period and be tied at three at the end scoring for the Hornets would be Drew Knowles, Jackson Kain, and Jace Lacey. Then in the third period, they would combine four more goals and stay tied at 5 with goals from Hayden Colburn and Bostyn Duquette sending the teams to overtime. In the overtime there would be no answer from anyone and the game would end in a five-all tie. Gallery

goal
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Kyle Coryea

Malone's (17) with the goal over the down and out Plattsburgh's Ty Calkins (31) to take the lead back. Gallery

St. Lawerence Larries @ Saranac Chiefs Boys Hockey December 10th 2021 NYSPHSAA Boy's Hockey

just over the line
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac's Ryan Maggeys (19) with the goal as the puvk just slides across the line pass a down and out goal. It would be a nonleague game as the Saranac Chiefs would host the St. Lawerence Larries. The game would start off good for the home Chiefs as they would get the opening goal of the game at the 5:25 mark from Ryan Maggey as the Chiefs take a 1-0 lead. Although the Larries would answer back without 3:30 left in the period on the goal from Ashton Davis. Although the second period would belong to the Chiefs as they would get three goals in the first 5:19 from Hunter Patnode, Landon Duprey, and Hayden Buckley to give the Chiefs a 4-1 lead headed into the third period. Although the Larries would not give up the fight and they would fight all the way back and tie the game up at four. It would take a goal from Saranac's Landon Duprey in the final minute on the powerplay to secure the 5-4 win. In the winning effort, the Chiefs will go to 2-2 on the season and play their next game on December 13th against Beekmantown Eagles while the Larries fall to 0-2 on the season. Gallery

short side save
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Kyle Coryea

St. Lawrence's Zach Strawser (33) with one of his 34 saves on the night on the short side to keep his team in the game. Gallery

Northeastern Clinton Cougars @ Plattsburgh Hornets December 10th 2021 Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Hockey

shoulder save
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Ty Calkins (31) with the shoulder on the wrister from Northeastern Clinton's Reid LaVelly as part of a 30 save night. It would be the opener of the conference plat as the Plattsburgh Hornets would host the Northeastern Clinton Cougars. The Cougars would get out to a quick start as they would get two goals in the first two minutes of the game. Then the Hornets would start pulling them back in at the 8:30 mark of the first period on a goal from Andrew Knowles to make it 2-2. Then inside the final 90 seconds of the first, the Hornets would tie the game at two on a powerplay goal by Bostyn Duquette. Then just 38 seconds into the second period Jace Lacey would give the Hornets the lead back at 3-2. Then just about three minutes later the Cougars would claw their way back again and tie it at three on a goal from Benjamin Fredette. Then at the midway point of the period, the Cougars would take the lead again this time from Winfred Simpson. The game would stay there till the 8:42 mark of the third period when Hayden Colburn would score and tie the game at four. The teams would stake the rest of the period and the overtime and nothing changed. So will go down as a tie as the Hornets go to 0-1-1 and the Cougars fall to 0-0-1 on the season. Gallery

scramble in front score
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Hayden Colburn (20) gets the goal while picking up the trash in front of the night and taking the check from behind. Gallery

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