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The nominees for the 2019-2020 Junior-Senior Showcase game have been released. The game will be played on Monday, February 3rd at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ at 7:20PM. Tickets are $3. This year we are trying something different as the Tier I selections will play the Tier II selections.  The Tier I team which will be coached by Eastern and Cherokee will play against the Tier II team coached by Clearview and Cherry Hill. We will conduct the draft next week and it will appear as part of our Mike & Mike podcast with the episode to be posted by Friday, January 24th. Congratulations to all the nominees. Here are your 2019-2020 nominees...

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Michael Henry had a hat trick, two of the goals coming short-handed and Joshua Lindquist stopped 36 shots as St Joe’s defeated HLV 3-2 in Tier II action played at the Skate Zone. Henry’s first goal came late in the first period with Deaglan Kelly and Robert Davis getting the assists. Brady Swain would tie the game at 1-1 at the nine-minute mark of the second period with Tyler Grey and Daniel Flagg getting the helpers. Late in the period HLV had an opportunity on the power play to take the lead but Henry scored short-handed and St Joe’s took a 2-1 lead into the third period. 

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Deaglan Kelly and Michael Henry each had a hat trick as St Joe’s defeated HLV 7-5 in Tier II action played in Voorhees. Joshua Lindquist stopped 36 shots as HLV out-shot St Joe’s 41-14. Nick Avgousti opened the scoring for HLV four minutes into the opening period as HLV led 1-0. Kelly would tie the game at 1-1 less than one minute later. Corey Price and Zachary Dean would set up Matthew Lavelle for his second goal of the season late in the period and St Joe’s took a 2-1 lead into the second period. HLV would get a goal from Samuel Mohnacs early in the second period but Henry would score three goals in a span of five minutes to take a 5-2 lead, with two goals coming short-handed. Avgousti would connect on the power play, his second of the night in the final minute of the period and HLV trailed 5-3 entering the third. 

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St. Joe’s led 5-1 with just under four minutes remaining and withstood a three goal outburst by Clearview in the final three minutes and held on for the 5-4 win. Clearview had pulled the goalie and had a power play in the final seconds and would put the puck in the net right after the horn sounded but the goal did not count and St. Joe’s had the upset. The View started slow as St. Joe’s led by Deaglan Kelly’s three goals played inspired hockey throughout and got a strong effort in nets from Joshua Lindquist. The teams traded goals in the first period with Kelly scoring a power play goal at the eight minute mark and three minutes later Mario Leone tying the game for Clearview.

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Tristan Laperriere, Elliott Schon and Calvin Aliferov each scored twice as Cherry Hill defeated St. Joe’s 6-3 in Tier II action at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Schon and Laperriere scored goals in the opening eight minutes to give Cherry Hill a 2-0 lead. St Joe’s would fight back in the final five minutes to tie the score at 2-2 getting goals from Michael Henry and Tyler Eahart. Henry would get his second of the night on the power play early in the second period and St Joe’s led 3-2. 

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After surrendering a three goal lead Riverfront scored a power play goal with four minutes left in the game as they defeated St Joe’s 6-5 in the late game at Hollydell. St Joe’s led 2-0 after one period on goals by Devin Lawless-Gattone and one on the power play from Cooper Root. Riverfront would respond as they scored a season high five in the second period. Anthony Machion would score two goals in a span of seventy five seconds to tie the game at 2-2 less than two minutes into the period. Dinos Klentzeris and Brayden McFadden scored nineteen seconds apart at the six minute mark to give Riverfront a 4-2 lead. Colin Sabatino made it 5-2 midway through the period and Riverfront had a comfortable three goal lead as we headed into the third period.

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Andrew McGinley scored four goals and Mike Guarracino added two as Washington Township defeated St Joe’s 8-2 in the night cap at opening night at Hollydell on Wednesday. Township jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first period with McGinley opening the scoring just two minutes in. Two minutes later Ray Rizzo would make it 2-0. Harrison Rauh would score a short-handed goal to push the lead to 3-0. McGinley scored late in the period and Township would take a 4-0 lead into the second period.

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Washington Township held its annual opening night ceremony at Hollydell and played an exhibition game against St Joe’s and would skate to a 10-0 win on Wednesday night. As they have been so far during the regular season the offense was paced by Niko and Angelo Durnan who scored two goals each along with Caden Morrell who also scored twice. Also scoring goals were Chris Costello, Aaron McGarvey, Santino Capone and Joe Baselice.

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Connor Saavas scored three times and Gavin Reagan added two goals as Clearview defeated St. Joe’s 6-1 in Friday night action at Hollydell. The View outshot St Joe’s 40-19 for the game. Reagan gave Clearview a 1-0 lead less than three minutes into the game. Saavas would add one late and a 2-0 lead after the first period. Saavas scored his second of the night early in the second period to push the lead to 3-0. St Joe’s would have an opportunity on the power play at the seven minute mark, but Reagan would score short-handed and the lead was now 4-0.

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Shawnee would connect for three goals in the second period to break a 1-1 game and that would propel the Renegades to a 6-3 victory over St Joe’s in a JVA game played Monday night in Voorhees. Patrick Bell and Alex Frank led the offense scoring two goals each. Sean Manning scored all three goals for St Joe’s. Dante Vassalo and Manning exchange goals in the first period, with Vassalo scoring early to give Shawnee a 1-0 lead and Manning scoring late to tie the game at 1-1. Bell scored a short-handed goal in the opening minute of the second period and Shawnee led 2-1. 

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