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Vinny Salerno scored on the power play early in the third period to snap a 1-1 game and Kingsway went on to upset Moorestown 3-1 in the NJ/DE Flyers cup. With the win Kingsway will meet Salesianum in the semi-finals. After a scoreless first period, Kevin Hillman scored twenty three seconds into the second period as he beat Mark Higginbotham down low. That would be the only goal Higginbotham would surrender. Just seventeen seconds later JJ Fogelman, on a pass from Corey Owens, blasted a shot from the point and into the net to tie the game at 1-1.

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Matt Hall scored on the power play midway through the third period to snap a 2-2 game and give Cherokee JVA a 3-2 win over Moorestown in playoff action played at the Voorhees Skate Zone on Sunday night. Mike O’Connell had given Moorestown an early 1-0 lead scoring in the opening minute of the game. Goals by Pete Cerria and Bryan Lafferty just over one minute apart gave the Chiefs a 2-1 lead. Moorestown would get the only goal of the second period from Kevin Hillman just forty three seconds in and we were tied at 2-2.

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Andrew Lavdas stopped 28 shots as Cherokee defeated Moorestown 3-1 in front of a packed house on Monday night in an elimination game in the Tier I bracket. The Chiefs built a 3-0 lead through two periods largely on strong goal tending and the play of their second line, but had to hold on at the end as Moorestown would make some noise late in the game. The Chiefs jumped out to a 1-0 lead less than five minutes into the game with Samuel Berger putting home a rebound of a shot by Mike Deford, with Jake Kelley also getting an assist.

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In the continuing tradition here at SJIceHockey, we are pleased to announce the 2017-2018 award winners. We had many players that had a standout year which made it difficult to narrow down and in one category we actually picked two players to share the honors. Congratulations to all.  The presentations will be prior to game 1 of the Championship round at Voorhees.

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Three periods, two five minute overtime periods and 29 shooters and we were still tied before Jake Zuckerman stood alone at center ice with a chance to finally end the drama. Zuckerman, a defenseman, had just one goal on the season, back in December against Lower Cape May, and with offensive stalwarts like Max Kouznetsov and Conor Riley, you would not have guessed a defenseman would win the game for the Vikings. But after going through the first two rounds of the shootout, with each team getting one goal per round we were into the third round of shooters and Eastern had used every player, with Zuckerman being the last one left before we started over again.

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Shawnee is making its first appearance in recent memory and Moorestown finds itself the top seed after a 15-1-2 season. The games are scheduled to be played starting on March 12th as Cherokee will host DMA at 8:45 at Voorhees Skate Zone. Moorestown will begin play on Tuesday March 13th at Voorhees at 7:00. Please check back for the complete schedule, to be posted in the Forum. The 5th annual NJ/DE Flyers cup teams have been selected and here are the rankings... 

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Kyle Peters scored one minute into the overtime period as Team Simmonds rallied from a three goal deficit to defeat Team Giroux 9-8 in the Junior-Senior Showcase game held at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Max Kuznetsov led Team Giroux with six goals. Dominic Garrozzo had three goals and four assists and Kyle Peters added a hat trick for Team Simmonds. Luke Dobbs opened the scoring giving Team Giroux the early 1-0 lead. Dennis Campbell tied the game at 1-1 at the five minute mark. 

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Luke Dobbs had a hat trick and Anthony DeFrancisco added two goals as Moorestown ended the regular season with a 13-0 romp over Lower Cape May in action played at Voorhees. The Quake put the game away with an eight goal second period as Moorestown finished the regular season in first place in Tier I and will be the top seed in the tournament and will open against Washington Township. Goals by Dobbs and Andrew Jordan twenty two seconds apart gave Moorestown a 2-0 lead just four minutes into the game. 

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The 2017-2018 SJHSHL draft for the Junior-Senior Showcase game was conducted on Tuesday night as the coaches for Team Simmonds and Team Giroux gathered to make their selections. Team Giroux, who will be coached by Daryl Sporer from Moorestown and assisted by Scott Busler from Cherry Hill East won the toss and selected Max Kuznetsov from Eastern with their first pick. Team Simmonds who will be coached by Scott McKay from Cherokee and assisted by John Francis from Kingsway selected Dominic Garrozzo from Washington Township. Here are the remaining selections for both teams:

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Washington Township failed to score for the second straight game as they lost to Moorestown 3-0 in a game played at Hollydell on Friday night. Kyle Rink stopped 32 shots and allowed just two goals both coming on the power play. After averaging over five goals per game the first 14 games the Township offense has disappeared the last two games, being shutout in both games and having just a combined 30 shots in both contests. Moorestown scored the only goal they would need at the five minute mark of the first period converting on the power play as Andrew Jordan would score his 5th of the season and a 1-0 lead. Township had a golden opportunity with a two man advantage for over one minute, but never got set-up in the zone. Early in the second period Moorestown would capitalize as they had a two man advantage and Luke Dobbs would net his seventh of the year and a 2-0 lead. Rink would stone Jordan later in the period to keep Township within striking distance.

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