SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (Wk ending 1-13-23)

Friday, Jan. 13

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Matthew Kramer (4g) and Sam Abramson (3g,1a) combined for seven goals and an assist to lead the Ghosts to the convincing non-league win. Jordan Heydt added a hat trick, and Sam Paulik (2g,1a) and Ian Heydt (3a) also had three-point games.
The Ghosts took care of business in a hurry, erupting for seven first-period goals. They never looked back.
Seamus Donofry, Sean Doyle and Brian Murdoch each contributed an assist for the Ghosts.
Frank Rosenberry and Daniel Livingston both scored a goal for Tennent/H-H. Nathan Nemchinov had an assist.
William Tennent/Hatboro-Horsham  2-0-0.  2
Abington                                             7-6-0.  13
Shots: WT/HH 9, Abington 33. Saves: Charolette Reeves (WT/HH) 20, Evan Sandy (A) 7.
First period: 1. Sam Abramson A, 4:46; 2. Jordan Heydt A, 5:40; 3. Daniel Livingston WT/HH, 3:59; 4. Devin Bates A, 8:21; 5. Matthew Kramer A, 9:55; 6. Sam Abramson A, 13:55; 7. Matthew Kramer A, 15:26; 7. Matthew Kramer A, 15:16; 8. Sam Paulik A, 15:24; 9. Frank Rosenberrry WT/HH (Nathan Nemchinov) 15:54.
Second period: 10. Sam Paulik A (Sean Doyle/Ian Heydt) 2:29; 11. Jordan Heydt A (Seamus Donofry/Brian Murdoch) 2:53; 12. Jordan Heydt A, 8:24; 13. Matthew Kramer A (Ian Heydt/Sam Abramson) 9:04; 14. Matthew Kramer A (Sam Paulik/Ian Heydt) 14:47; 15. Sam Abramson A, 16:25..

Thursday, Jan. 12

Kevin Pico had himself a night, scoring four goals and assisting on two others to lead the Rams to the no-doubt-about it win at Hatfield Ice.
The game was close for one quarter. Pico’s unassisted goal opened the scoring, but Brendan Macainsh answered with a goal for the Falcons. Pennsbury led 2-1 after Conor Kane scored on the power play with an Andrew Falkenstein assist. Andrew Savona closed out the period with back-to-back goals – the first with assists from Pico and Dane Fitchett and the second assisted by Colin Dachowski - that put the Rams on top 3-2.
Savona (Colin Dachowski assist) completed his hat trick with a power play goal early in the second period. It marked the beginning of a 4-0 second-quarter surge that included goals by Fitchett, Shane Dachowski (Savona/Pico assists) and Ian Brouse (Shane Dachowski assist). Macainsh broke the Rams’ run with an unassisted goal, but the Rams took a 7-3 lead into the final period.
The Rams upped their advantage to five after a Pico power play goal (Savona assist), but the Falcons returned the favor with Justin Martin scoring a power play goal with assists from Conor Kane and Falkenstein. Pennridge closed it out with three unanswered goals – a pair of Pico goals sandwiched around a short-handed goal by James Rush (Fitchett assist).
Jacob Gilbert stopped 29 shots in a winning effort in goal.
Pennsbury                   2-1-1.  4
Pennridge                   3-4-4.  11
Shots: Pennsbury 33, Pennridge 46. Saves: Aaron McDaniel (PB) 15, Connor Pilla (PB) 17, Jacob Gilbert (PR) 29.
First period:  1. Kevin Pico PR, 2:45; 2. Brendan Macainsh PB, 5:11; 3. Conor Kane PB (Andrew Falkenstein) 6:16; 4. Andrew Savona PR, (Kevin Pico/Dane Fitchett) 7:35; 5. Andrew Savona PR (Colin Dachowski) 11:31.
Second period: 6. Andrew Savona PR (Colin Dachowski) 3:40; 7. Dane Fitchett PR, 7:17; 8. Shane Dachowski PR (Andrew Savona/Kevin Pico) 7:57; 9. Ian Brouse PR (Shane Dachowski) 11;17; 10. Brendan Macainsh PB 14:04.
Third period: 11. Kevin Pico PR (Andrew Savona) 2:22; 12. Justin Marlin PB (Conor Kane/Andrew Falkenstein) 2:34; 13. Kevin Pico PR (Shane Dachowski) 11:23; 14. James Rush PR (Dane Fitchett) 12:37; 15. Kevin Pico PR, 15:38.s

Dylan Novitski and Timothy Murphy each scored three goals and assisted on another to lead a balanced Colonial attack.
The Colonials opened up a 3-0 lead after one period, thanks to goals by Isaac Mishkin, Jacob Elgart (power play) and Murphy. They reeled off six straight to open the second period before Gabriel Wells (Felix Boccella) put the Spartans on the scoreboard.
Mishkin (1g,1a), Elgart (2g,1a), Jeffrey Mencken (1g,2a), Matthew Flynn (1g,2a) and Conlan Carpenter (2a) all had multiple point games for the Colonials. Christopher Maslij (1a) and Andre Delgado (1a) also contributed to the scoring.
Maslij stopped 15 of 16 shots he faced to earn the win in goal for the Colonials.
Plymouth Whitemarsh           3-6-2.  11
Springfield Township              0-1-0.  1
Shots: PW 22, Springfield 16. Saves: Christopher Maslij (PW) 15, Liam Baskin (S) 11.
First period: 1. Isaac Mishkin PW (Matthew Flynn) 7:09; 2. Jacob Eigart PW (Matthew Flynn/Dylan Novitski) 10:33; 3. Timothy Murphy PW (Jeffrey Mencken) 10:40.
Second period: 4. Jeffrey Mencken PW (Isaac Mishkin) 1:28; 5. Timothy Murphy PW (Conlan Carpenter/Jeffrey Mencken) 3:23; 6. Timothy Murphy PW (Conlan Carpenter/Christopher Maslij) 4:00; 7. Matthew Flynn PW, 8:03; 8. Dylan Novitski PW (Andrew Delgado) 8:35; 9. Dylan Novitski PW (Jacob Elgart) 9:56; 10. Gabriel Wells  S (Felix Boccella) 15:52.
Third period: 11. Dylan Novitski PW, 5:59; 12. Jacob Elgart PW (Timothy Murphy) 7:33.

Wednesday, Jan. 11

Branden McNally scored two goals and assisted on two others. His four-point night led the Panthers’ attack while veteran goalie Matthew Krem turned away 34 of 37 shots in a strong outing in the net to lead the Panthers to the important win in a battle of American Conference squads.
Less than five minutes into the contest, the Trojans led 2-0, thanks to goals by Will Hussa (unassisted) and Jack Raebiger (Nolan Pounds/Alex Winkowski assists).The Panthers answered with three straight goals to go on top 3-2 after a short-handed goal by Jack Diliberto with an assist from Connor Ellmore 10:41 into the opening period. McNally (Ellmore/Keira Shaw assists) and Cole Slemmer (McNally assist) had back-to-back goals in the Panthers’ 3-0 run.
Raeberger’s goal with an Aiden Brooks assist evened the score 3-3 with three minutes remaining in the period.
Slemmer (McNally assist) scored midway through the second period to give the Panthers a lead they would not lose, 4-3. Ten minutes into the third period, McNally scored an unassisted goal on the power play for the 5-3 final.
Wissahickon                3-0-0.  3
Quakertown                3-1-1.  5
Shots: Quakertown 32, Wissahickon 37. Saves: Fletcher Lynch (W) 27, Matthew Krem (Q) 34.
First period: 1. Will Hussa W, 2:24; 2. Jack Raebiger W (Nolan Pounds/Alex Winkowski) 4:15; 3. Branden McNally Q (Connor Ellmore/Keira Shaw) 5:19; 4. Cole Slemmer Q (Branden McNally) 6:06; 5. Jack Diliberto Q (Connor Ellmore) 10:41; 6. Jack Raebiger W (Aiden Brooks) 13:57.
Second period: 7. Cole Slemmer Q (Branden McNally) 8:11.
Third period: 8. Branden McNally Q, 10:10.

Daniel McColgan and Max Gallagher both scored two goals and contributed an assist to lead the Redskins to the hard-fought win at Grundy.
Timothy Alexander (Matthew Malanga assist) scored 5:46 into the opening period to spot the visiting Indians a 1-0 lead, but McColgan’s power play goal with a Gallagher assist evened the score five minutes later.
Gallagher scored on the power play 5:30 into the second period, using assists from Halloran and McColgan, and two minutes later, the Indians’ Seth Grossman answered with an unassisted goal to even the score 2-2. McColgan (Ryan DeMatteo assist) found the net on a shorthanded goal to send the Redskins into the third period with a 3-2 lead.
Alexander’s power play goal with assists from Maxwell Ryan and Patrick Callahan 8:40 into the third period knotted the score for the third time, but not for long. Just over a minute later Gallagher turned a Michael Knipple assist into the go-ahead goal, and Aidan Gaspari’s goal in the final minute (Stephen York assist) gave the Redskins their final margin of victory.
Neshaminy goalie Aidan Hullings was credited with 36 saves in the win. Souderton’s Noah Connor turned away 43 shots.
Souderton       1-1-1.  3
Neshaminy      1-2-2.  5
Shots: Souderton 39, Neshaminy 48. Saves: Noah Connor (S) 43, Aidan Hullings (N) 36.
First period: 1. Timothy Alexander S (Matthew Malanga) 5:46; 2. Daniel McColgan N (Jack Halloran/Max Gallagher) 10:37.
Second period: 3. Max Gallagher N (Jack Halloran/Daniel McColgan) 5:30; 4. Set Grossman S, 7:13; 5. Daniel McColgan N (Ryan DeMatteo) 12:18.
Third period: 6. Timothy Alexander S (Maxwell Ryan/Patrick Callahan) 8:40; 7. Max Gallagher N (Michael Knipple) 9:50; 8. Aiden Gaspari N (Stephen York) 16:39.

Sammy Poliak’s four-point night (1 g,3a) led the Titans in a battle of neighboring rivals, but it was the 46-save effort in goal of Liam Rogers that kept the Bucks in a contest the Titans – who collected 52 shots – dominated statistically but not on the scoreboard.
The Titans received goals from Colin Mendham and Keith Waldron (Ryan Frey/Aidan Linso assists) to go on top 2-0 after one period.
West evened the score early in the second, thanks to goals from Adam Ricci (Poliak/Jack Misoda assists) and Poliak (Adam Ricci assist). South’s Brad Cannon (Justin Montagna/Matt Crouch assists) and West’s Adam Ricci (Zane Sanders assist) exchanged goals, and the two teams were deadlocked 3-3 heading into the final period.
Midway through the period, Logan Hood scored with assists from DJ Lindenmuth and Brad Cannon, and then it was Ryan Frey scoring 11:29 into the period with assists from Keith Waldron and Sean Cutter to put the Titans on top 5-3. West trimmed that lead to one less than a minute later when Anthony Dowd scored on the power play with an assist from Poliak. DJ Lindenmuth’s goal with assists from Mendham and Jake Stepp gave the Titans their final margin of victory.
Central Bucks South                2-1-3.  6
Central Bucks West                 0-3-2.  5
Shots: CBS 52, CBW 15. Saves: Saves: Jason Magaruh (CBS) 10; Liam Rogers (CBW) 46.
First period. 1. Colin Mendham CBS, 12:09; 2. Keith Waldron CBS (Ryan Frey/Aidan Linso) 16:16.
Second period: 3. Adam Ricci CBW (Sammy Poliak/Jack Misoda) 0:44; 4. Sammy Poliak CBW (Adam Ricci) 7:06; 5. Brad Cannon CBS (Justin Montagna/Matt Crouch) 10:34; 6. Adam Ricci CBW (Zane Sanders) 16:16.
Third period: 7. Logan Hood CBS (DJ Lindenmuth/Brad Cannon) 8:05; 8. Ryan Frey CBS (Keith Waldron/Sean Cutter) 11:29; 9. Anthony Dowd (CBW) Kaith Waldron/Sean Cutter) 11:29; 10. Anthony Dowd CBW (Sammy Poliak/Nicholas Bruno) 13:51; 11. Anthony Dowd (Sammy Poliak) 15:34; 12. DJ Lindenmuth CBS (Colin Mendham/Jake Stepp) 16:19.

East’s Jaden Young found the net on the power play 9:37 into the second period, using assists from Carter Keiser and Stephen DiRugeris. Neither team scored the rest of the way and both were forced to settle for the tie.
Early on, North Penn’s Nolan Shingle scored 4:16 into the game with an assist from Cole Pluck, and the Knights led 2-0 after a goal by Joseph Silvotti (James Boyle/John Stinson assists). A goal in the final minute of the period by East’s Gavin Widmer (Drew Trask assist) cut the Knights’ lead in half.
Corey Kosick scored just over a minute into the second period with an assist from Jaden Young, evening the score 2-2. Shingle answered two minutes later, using a Silvotti assist only to see Young knot the score for what stood as the 3-3 final.
The Knights held a 31-29 edge in shots in the evenly played contest. Nicholas Crist was credited with 26 saves in goal for the Knights. Cole Breen (11 saves), Max Ingerman (7 saves) and Matt Mangiacapre (10 saves) shared time in goal for the Patriots.
North Penn                 2-1-0-0.  3
Central Bucks East      1-2-0-0.  3
Shots: NP 31, CBE 29. Saves: Nicholas Crist (NP) 26, Cole Breen (CBE) 11, Max Ingerman (CBE) 7, Max Mangiacapre (CBE) 10.
First period: 1. Nolan Shingle (NP Cole Pluck) 4:16; 2. Joseph Silvotti NP (James Boyle/John Stinson) NP 9:24; 3. Calvin Widmer CBE (Drew Trask) 16:37.
Second period: 4. Corey Kosick CBE (Jaden Young) 1:13; 5. Nolan Shingle NP (Joseph Silvotti) 3:07; 6. Jaden Young CBE (Carter Kaiser/Stephen DiRugeris) 9:37.
Third period: No Score
Overtime: No Score

Eleven players contributed to the scoring for the Rams in their big win over the Indians.
Jackson Accardi (Karon Grainey assist) scored to give the Indians a 1-0 lead 14 seconds into the contest, and that 1-0 lead held until the final minutes of the period when Nate McKean scored for the Rams with assists from Andrew Lizak and Colin Dachowski.
The Rams seized control of the game with four straight goals to open the second period. Dane Fitchett (James Rush/Nick Young assists) got the ball rolling with a goal 2:34 into the period, and just over a minute later Lizak scored with an assist from Rush. That 3-1 score stood until 11:25 into the period when Lizak scored his second goal of the period, once again using a Rush assist. Kevin Pico’s power play goal with assists from Shane Dachowski and Trey Mikulich put the Rams on top 5-1 before Grainey’s power play goal with a Daniel Maglathin assist in the final period of the period to make it a 5-2 game after two periods.
Fitchett scored with an Andrew Savona assist early in the third period. Grainey’s short-handed goal with a Michael Booth assist cut the Rams’ lead to 6-3, but Tyler Manto and Savona (Pico/Shane Dachowski assists) each scored a late goal for the 8-3 final.
Jacob Winton notched the win in goal, stopping 27 of 30 shots for the Rams.
Pennridge                   1-4-3.  8
Council Rock North     1-1-1.  3
Shots: Pennridge 45, CRN 30. Saves: Jacob Winton (P) 27, Ian Goldberg (CRN) 37.
First period: 1. Jackson Accardi CRN (Karson Grainey) 0:14; 2. Nate McKean P (Andrew Lizak/Colin Dachowski) 13:10.
Second period: 3. Dane Fitchett P (James Rush/Nick Young) 2:34; 4. Andrew Lizak P (James Rush) 3:39; 5. Andrew Lizak P (James Rush) 11:25; 6. Kevin Pico P (Shane Dachowski/Trey Mikulich) 15:24; 7. Karson Grainey CRN (Daniel Maglathin) 16:17.
Third period: 8. Dane Fitchett P (Andrew Savona) 2:48; 7. Karson Grainey CRN (Michael Booth) 8:59; 8. Tyler Manto P, 1059; 9. Andrew Savona P (Kevin Pico/Shane Dachowski) 13:54.