Holy Lenape Valley (HLV)


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David Cutler scored two goals and Jordan Hauler stopped 31 shots as Cherry Hill East defeated HLV 4-2 and win the SJHSHL Tier II A division championship at the Igloo on Friday night. Cherry Hill had to come out of the losers bracket and beat HLV twice, which they did and probably the biggest move was switching to Hauler who finished 4-0 in the tournament. Cutler gave East a 1-0 lead deflecting a shot by Thurston Schon at the six minute mark. Just over two minutes later HLV would tie the game at 1-1 on the first of two goals on the night by Gavin Gray.

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Kevin Troy scored four goals as St Joe’s defeated Riverfront 5-3 and forced a deciding game in the Tier II championship. The teams will meet this Friday at the Igloo. Troy and Sean Conard traded first period goals one minute apart as we ended at 1-1. Early in the second period Troy scored an unassisted power play goal to give St Joe’s the 2-1 lead, Riverfront would tie the score at 2-2 at the eight minute mark with Gavin Dierkhising getting the equalizer. Troy would strike again late in the period again unassisted and St Joe’s led 3-2 after two. 

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Cherry Hill East converted on both power play opportunities in the second period and went on to defeat HLV 3-1 and force a deciding game in the Tier II A double elimination tournament. The two teams will battle again on Friday night at the Igloo. Ethan Chase for Cherry Hill and Gavin Gray for HLV swapped unassisted goals in the first period. East would get power play goals from Kyle Hill and Luke Steele, capitalizing on a two-man advantage and led 3-1 after two periods.

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The teams have been announced for the NJ/Delaware Flyers cup and soon it will begin its 4th Annual tournament the second week of March. This year there has been an increase in the number of teams participating. Here is the schedule for the Pond in Delaware with Salesianum playing Kingsway and Delaware Military Academy playing Township on Monday March 6th. Cherokee will host Moorestown and Eastern will host Appoquinmink at Voorhees also on March 6th. Semi-finals on Wednesday, March 8th with the Championship on Friday March 10th. Here's the full list and seeding for this year's Flyers Cup. 

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Cherry Hill East continues to ride the hot play of Jordan Hauler as he stopped 25 shots as they eliminated Shawnee 3-1 and will now play HLV in the championship round. HLV has not suffered a loss in the double elimination tournament so East will have to beat them twice. First with tonight’s win, East jumped out to a 2-0 lead after one period on goals by Jack Meath and Tommy Papa. Beginning the second period on the power play and a chance to go up three goals, Ryley Bergeson would score short-handed for Shawnee just ten second in to make it 2-1. 

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Ryan Lasalvia and Patrick Hoffman each scored two goals as HLV defeated Shawnee 7-2 and have gone through the tournament undefeated at 3-0 and will now await the winner from the losers’ bracket. Having just won 6 games all season HLV has caught fire at the right time. Averaging less than three goals during the regular season, HLV is averaging five goals in their three wins and during the regular season they would give up an average of five goals per game but in the playoffs in three games have surrendered a total of just five goals. Matt Saavas got things going for HLV scoring at the seven minute mark to put them up 1-0. Ryley Bergeson would tie the game at 1-1 for Shawnee scoring on the power play just over two minutes later.

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Each year, we are pleased with the league allowing us to recognize several players and a coach and their outstanding contributions they have made for their team. With at least two to three players considered for each category, we have finalized our decision. In the continuing tradition here at SJIceHockey we honor players we feel stood out during the regular season and here are the players we selected and are pleased to announce the 2016-2017 award winners:

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Matt Savvas scored two goals, including the game winner with thirty eight seconds left as HLV upset top seed Clearview 5-3 in opening round action in Voorhees. HLV jumped out to a 2-0 first period lead on goals by Savvas and Sam Mohnacs. The View would respond in the second period getting goals from Cole and Chase Dyar and we entered the third period tied at 2-2. Ryan Lasalvia, who also scored twice, gave HLV a 3-2 lead at the seven minute mark, but the View would rally with ninety seconds left as Robert Penrod got the tying goal. Less than one minute later Savvas got the game winner and the HLV bench went crazy. Lasalvia added an empty net goal at the end. 

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Mike Moss broke a 2-2 game with ten minutes left in the game as Team Simmonds edged Team Giroux 3-2 in last night’s Junior/Senior Showcase game at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Having participated in the last few drafts Coach McKay has never won in this format, and while he wouldn’t admit that it bothered him, I got to believe that the success he has enjoyed over the last 8 years, not winning this game was probably bothering him to a degree. Trailing 2-0 on goals by Kevin Troy of St Joe’s and Zachary Faust of Black Horse, Team Simmonds would get a late goal in the period as Cody Charyk from Shawnee would score with Moss and Vinny Salerno getting the assists.

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Cherokee had 15 players get at least one point as they rolled by HLV 10-1 in early action played in Voorhees. Jake Kelley, Max Zeligson and Cody Sherman each scored two goals to pace the offense as the Chiefs managed 46 shots and avoided the penalty box. The game was just thirty six seconds old when Mike Deford gave the Chiefs a 1-0 lead. Goals by Sherman and Trevor Ligeikis had the Chiefs up 3-0 just six minutes into the game. Ryan Lasalvia scored the lone goal for HLV at the eleven minute mark, but Sherman’s second of the night in the final minute gave Cherokee a 4-1 advantage heading into the second period.

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