We’re about to flip another page of the calendar, which means the playoffs are right around the corner.
The goal now is to pick up a couple more wins and bonus points wherever possible. Seeding is going to be critically important in Division 1 where four teams have demonstrated they can win a Section 1 championship this season.
I’m off today, but will be keeping eye out for scores. Keep us posted @lohudhockey if you’re out watching.
Northeastern Clinton vs. Carmel, 1 p.m. at Rouse Point Civic Center
Mamaroneck B vs. New Rochelle, 5 p.m. at Ice Hutch
Holy Cross vs. Fordham Prep, 5:15 p.m. at Ice Hutch
Stepinac vs. St. Edmund, 7:15 p.m. at Coney Island
Greeley vs. Mahopac, 8 p.m. at BIA
Mt. Pleasant vs. Somers/North Salem, 8:10 p.m. at BIA
Monroe-Woodbury 3, Rivertown 2: Kevin Kern and Eric Mendelson had the Legends in front 2-0, but Nick Pelosi tied the game in the opening minutes of the third and scored the game-winner with 18.3 seconds to go.
Clarkstown 3, North Rockland 0: Adam Marvin had a goal and two assists for the Mall Rats, who teamed with the Red Raiders to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project at Provident Bank Park. Dean Baumann and Luke Myers also scored for Clarkstown.
John Jay 2, Brewster 1: Brian Daley and Ellis Maloof gave the Indians a 2-0 lead, but Aaron Treiling scored with 90 seconds to play to make the stretch run interesting. Click here to read the game story.
Mt. Pleasant 7, Mamaroneck B 3: Michael Sala had three goals for the Ice Cats and Greg Kramer added one goal and three assists. Jack Dente had two goals for the Tigers.
Beekmantown 9, Carmel 0: Willow Barnes made 40 saves for the Rams.
Yorktown 3, Fox Lane 0: Shaun Benson put the Huskers in front in the opening minutes. Anuj Gupta and Liam Donnelly also scored.
Chaminade 6, Iona Prep 5: Peymon Farjam and Connor Gilchrist had the Gaels up 2-0 after the first period on Military Appreciation Night, but the Flyers scored five times in the second and had a 5-4 lead heading into the third period. Leo Castellenata got Iona Prep within a goal with 4:01 to play. The Gaels raised $16,000 for Defending the Blue Line, an organization that provides participation fees and equipment to children of service members.