The best game of the day has to be Yorktown and Hen Hud. Both squads have strong players on the first line, and they drop off a little when the second group comes over the wall. Keep an eye on Brewster, which opened the season with a 1-0 loss to John Jay, then posted back-to-back shutouts.
I’m off today, but will be keeping an eye out for scores @lohudhockey, send along scores if you’re out watching.
ETBE vs. Brewster, 4:20 p.m. at BIA
Lakeland/Panas vs. Somers/North Salem, 6:10 p.m. at BIA
Monsignor Farrell vs. Fordham Prep, 6:15 p.m. at Playland
Hen Hud vs. Yorktown, 6:20 p.m. at BIA
St. Mary vs. Stepinac, 6:45 p.m. at Ebersole
Carmel vs. John Jay, 8 p.m. at BIA
New Rochelle vs. Byram Hills, 8:10 p.m. at BIA
Pelham 4, Greece 1: Ben Hurd figured into all four goals, finishing with two goals and two assists. A.J. Gugliara made 37 saves and one goal and two assists. Nat Heintz also scored for the Pelicans.
CBA-JD 3, Scarsdale 2: Stephen Nicholas and Jonathan Schwartz netted goals in a 30-second span of the second period to knot the score. Tanner Coleman scored the winner in the opening minutes of the third.
Mamaroneck 5,Shenendehowa 1: Connor LeBlanc had a hat trick for the unbeaten Tigers in the championship game of the 15th annual Saratoga tournament. James Torre and Harrison Schreiber also scored for Mamaroneck. Alex Ewald had two assists and was named all-tournament along with Tommy Spero, who made 11 saves.
Suffern 6, West Genesee 5 OT: Mike Ruthberg put the finishing touch on a hat trick in the championship game of the Wildcat Invitational, scoring 6:37 into overtime off a Reed Stark assist. Evan Cama had two goals for the Mounties and Stark had one. Tim Patwell dished out three assists.
Rivertown 4, Mount Pleasant 1: Christian Enax had four goals for the Legends. Greg Kramer had the Ice Cats’ goal in the final minute of play.
Yorktown 9, Carmel 2: Anuj Gupta had three goals and one assist for the Huskers, who closed out the game with six unanswered goals. Rams goalie Willow Barnes made 43 saves before leaving the game with an injury.
Clarkstown 6, North Rockland 1: Dean Baumann, Kyle Ryder and Adam Marvin had the Mall Rats in front 3-0 seven minutes into the second period. Charles Lowther got the Red Raiders on the board with a power-play goal, but Harrison Levy and Brian Murray answered in the opening minutes of the third period.
Mamaroneck B 4, Pearl River 3: Tommy Conley, Colin Lavan, Greg Sullivan and Harrison Fried gave the Tigers a comfortable lead, but Dolan Ocasal, Michael Galgano and Owen Healy each netted a third-period goal to make it close.
Fox Lane 5, Lakeland/Panas 0: Eric Maiorano scored twice for the Foxes. Ryder Beitzel, Matthew Leader, Thomas Tenney also had goals and Abbie Ives made 22 saves.