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Boy's High School Hockey: #1 Salmon River Shamrocks @ #2 Beekmantown Eagles

collision with the goaltender
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Zack Lapier (19) collides with Salmon River's goaltender Chartland as they were going after the loose puck. It would be a mid-season matchup outside the conference but o what it matchup it would be as it would pit the top 2 in new york state boy hockey #2 Beekmantown Eagles would host the #1 Salmon River Shamrocks from the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena in front of a very spirited and well-attended crowd. It wouldn't take long till we had our first goal of the game as Salmon River's (17) would light the lamp just 3:20 into the game. Although the Eagles come right back down and tie the game back up at one of Zack Lapier's goals just a minute later. Although at the thirteen-minute mark, the Shamrocks would get two quick ones just 100 seconds apart from 7 and 17 as the Shamrocks lead the game 3-1 after the first period. When the teams returned for the second the competitive spirit of the game would stay on high and at the 7:32 mark of the period Zack Lapier would score again for the Eagles to make it a 3-2 game. Although with just over two minutes left in the period would fight back to get their two-goal lead again on the Cook goal to make it 4-2 Shamrocks after the second period. The Eagles would waste little time in the third period making it a one-goal game again on the Sam Bingel just 40 seconds in to make it a 4-3 game. Then with just six minutes left in the game, the Eagles would finally get the equalizer as Lapier would get his hat trick goal and end up sending the game to overtime tie at four. In the extra frame, there would be a penalty called on Beekmantown's Sam Bingel and with the powerplay, the Shamrocks would take care of business on the Cook goal. On this night the #1 team in the state the Salmon River Shamrocks would get the win at 5-4 to stay perfect on the season the Eagles would suffer their first setback of the year and go to 9-1-1 on the season and will look to right the ship on January 27th against the Canton Bears. Gallery

game tying goal
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Zack Lapier (19) with the shot that slices through the defender beats the goalie on the glove side to tie game at four with six minutes left in the game. Gallery

#1 Salmon River Shamrocks @ #2 Beekmantown Eagles January 23rd 2023

High School Boy's Hockey
for the win
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Kyle Coryea

The Salmon River Shamrocks celebrate the game-winner in overtime to keep their perfect season intact. It would be a mid-season matchup outside the conference but o what it matchup it would be as it would pit the top 2 in new york state boy hockey #2 Beekmantown Eagles would host the #1 Salmon River Shamrocks from the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena in front of a very spirited and well-attended crowd. It wouldn't take long till we had our first goal of the game as Salmon River's (17) would light the lamp just 3:20 into the game. Although the Eagles come right back down and tie the game back up at one of Zack Lapier's goals just a minute later. Although at the thirteen-minute mark, the Shamrocks would get two quick ones just 100 seconds apart from 7 and 17 as the Shamrocks lead the game 3-1 after the first period. When the teams returned for the second the competitive spirit of the game would stay on high and at the 7:32 mark of the period Zack Lapier would score again for the Eagles to make it a 3-2 game. Although with just over two minutes left in the period would fight back to get their two-goal lead again on the Cook goal to make it 4-2 Shamrocks after the second period. The Eagles would waste little time in the third period making it a one-goal game again on the Sam Bingel just 40 seconds in to make it a 4-3 game. Then with just six minutes left in the game, the Eagles would finally get the equalizer as Lapier would get his hat trick goal and end up sending the game to overtime tie at four. In the extra frame, there would be a penalty called on Beekmantown's Sam Bingel and with the powerplay, the Shamrocks would take care of business on the Cook goal. On this night the #1 team in the state the Salmon River Shamrocks would get the win at 5-4 to stay perfect on the season the Eagles would suffer their first setback of the year and go to 9-1-1 on the season and will look to right the ship on January 27th against the Canton Bears. Gallery

Tupper Lake Lumberjacks @ Plattsburgh Hornets High School Boy's Hockey January 7th 2023

breakaway goal
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Jace Lacey (21) comes in on the breakaway and flips it over the goalie for the goal. Today, it would be an interstate game as the Rice Memorial Knights would come across Lake Champlain and face off with the Saranac Chiefs at Ameri-can North Sports Complex. The game would start off well for the home Chiefs as they would get on the board 36 seconds into the game on a breakaway goal from Landen Duprey and that is where the first period would end as it would be the only goal of the period. It would take all the way to the 14-minute mark if there were another goal in the second period. The Chiefs would find the net on a 5x3 powerplay goal by Ashtyn Caitlin as the Chiefs make it a 2-0 game. Then with 54 seconds left in the second period, the Chiefs would take control of the game with a goal from Adrian Barnes to make it 3-0. In the third period, the Saranac Chiefs' defense would stand tall hold the Knights' offense in check, and even kill a couple of penalties as they would secure the 3-0 victory. Joey Mitchell would make 44 saves for the shutout in the winning effort as they went to 5-1-2 on the season. The Chiefs will be back in action at the Ameri-can North Arena as they take on the Saranac Lake/Lake Placid Lakers in conference action. Gallery

hit into the boards
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Kyle Coryea

Tupper Lake's defender with the hard hit on the Hornet's Kay (14) into the bench. Gallery

Tupper Lake Lumberjacks @ Plattsburgh Hornets January 10th 2023

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crash and goal
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Brandon Calkins (12) crashes into the goalie on the breakaway and scores to give the team the lead. It would be a nonleague matchup featuring section vii and section x as the Plattsburgh Hornets would host the Tupper Lake Lumberjacks in Boy's Hockey action. The Plattsburgh Hornets would get the game's opening goal in the early stages of the period and take the 1-0 lead. Then in the final three minutes of the period, the Lumberjacks would tie the game at one. The game would stay there til the 7:30 mark of the second period when the Hornets would regain the lead on the Jace Lacey goal at 2-1. However, the Lumberjacks would fight back and tie the game up at 2 in the final 90 seconds of the period. Then it would be onto the high offense third period where the teams would combine for seven goals. The Lumberjacks would strike first at the 1:29 mark and take the 3-2 lead. Although the lead would be short-lived as the Hornets and Jace Lacey would answer right back 19 seconds later and tie the game at three. Then in a matter of 45 seconds, the Lumberjacks would score twice and take the 5-3 lead. Although the Hornets wouldn't be done as they would score three goals in the final 7 minutes all from Brendan Calkins to secure the 6-5 Hornets win. In the winning effort, the Hornets go to 2-3 while the Lumberjacks fall to 1-8 on the season. Gallery

Potsdam Sandstoners @ Beekmantown Eagles High School Boy's Hockey January 2nd 2023

diving save
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Kyle Coryea

Potsdam's goaltender dive's back and make the save on Beekmantown's Keegin Rodier. It would be a non-league game as the Beekmantown Eagles would host from Section X the Potsdam Sandstoners as both teams were looking to get the 2023 portion of the season started the right way. The game would start off well for the home Eagles as they would get on the board at about the five minutes of the first period on the Zach Lapier goal. The lead would only last about five minutes as the Sandstoners would tie the game at one. The game would stay there til there the 12:00 mark of the period when Sam Bingel would score to make it a 2-1 Eagles lead. The lead would be short-lived as the Sandstoners would tie the game at two. The Sandstoners would start off the second period hot as they would score three goals in the first two minutes and take a 5-2 lead. Then just 19 seconds later the Eagles would slow rush as they would get their own goal from Zach Lapier for his second of the game and make it a 5-3 game. Then at the 5:16 mark of the period, the Eagles would make it a one-goal game on the power play goal at 5-4. Then with under two minutes left in the period, the Sandstoners would regain their two-goal lead at 6-4. Then at the 7:48 mark of the third period, Cooper Burdo would score to make it a one-goal game again at 6-5. Then with 6:30 minutes left in the game, the Eagles would come all the way back and tie the game on Zach Lapier's third goal of the game. The game would head to overtime and in that period Keegan Seamone would score 1:44 into the overtime and get the 7-6 win. In the winning effort, the Eagles would stay perfect on the season at 7-0 while the Sandstoners fall to 5-3 on the season. Gallery

breakaway goal
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Zach Lapier (19) comes down the breakaway and beats the goalie for the goal. Gallery

Potsdam Sandstoners @ Beekmantown Eagles January 2nd 2023

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game winner
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Kyle Coryea

The Beekmantown Eagles would celebrate as they get the game-winner and stay perfect on the season. It would be a non-league game as the Beekmantown Eagles would host from Section X the Potsdam Sandstoners as both teams were looking to get the 2023 portion of the season started the right way. The game would start off well for the home Eagles as they would get on the board at about the five minutes of the first period on the Zach Lapier goal. The lead would only last about five minutes as the Sandstoners would tie the game at one. The game would stay there til there the 12:00 mark of the period when Sam Bingel would score to make it a 2-1 Eagles lead. The lead would be short-lived as the Sandstoners would tie the game at two. The Sandstoners would start off the second period hot as they would score three goals in the first two minutes and take a 5-2 lead. Then just 19 seconds later the Eagles would slow rush as they would get their own goal from Zach Lapier for his second of the game and make it a 5-3 game. Then at the 5:16 mark of the period, the Eagles would make it a one-goal game on the power play goal at 5-4. Then with under two minutes left in the period, the Sandstoners would regain their two-goal lead at 6-4. Then at the 7:48 mark of the third period, Cooper Burdo would score to make it a one-goal game again at 6-5. Then with 6:30 minutes left in the game, the Eagles would come all the way back and tie the game on Zach Lapier's third goal of the game. The game would head to overtime and in that period Keegan Seamone would score 1:44 into the overtime and get the 7-6 win. In the winning effort, the Eagles would stay perfect on the season at 7-0 while the Sandstoners fall to 5-3 on the season. Gallery

Norwood Norfolk Icemen @ Saranac Chiefs December 31st 2021

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glove save
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Nate Patrie

Norwood-Norfolk's Graham Hill (33) with the glove save on Saranac's Evan Patrie (6) as part of a 31 save afternoon. 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

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

Norwood Norfolk Icemen @ Northeastern Clinton Cougars December 30th 2021

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breakway goal
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Kyle Coryea

Norwood-Norfolk's Gavin Phillips (9) with the breakaway goal on Northeastern Clinton's Alain Juneau (33) 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

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