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Coming into this season there was much uncertainty with the SJHSHL participating in the annual Flyers Cup as the rules were changing and all teams that were invited had to be sanctioned. With none of our teams sanctioned, things looked bleak and for the first time in recent memory it appeared that South Jersey would not be represented in the Flyers Cup. But thanks to the efforts of Rob Baer, manager of the youth hockey program with the Flyers and a few board members we were all able to realize the birth of the NJ/DE Flyers Cup. For the first time impure teams were invited to participate, moving forward I’m not sure that will always be the case, but it was this year and one team, Black Horse came within a few minutes of advancing into the finals.

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Black Horse forward Kyle Frasier had three goals and two assists to lead the North All-Stars to a 12-4 win over the South All-Stars in the Junior-Senior Showcase game played at Voorhees. Mike Katz added two goals and one assist for the North. Katz opened the scoring just two minutes into the game, but the South came back just over one minute later to tie the game at 1-1with Shawnee’s Alex Churchill getting the goal and Sean Burnham from Kingsway the assist. The North would score the next three goals, Frazier scored unassisted on a breakaway for a 2-1 lead, then late in the period goals by Moorestown’s John Yedman and St Joe’s Paul Petrongolo ninety second apart gave the North a 4-1 lead heading into the second period.

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Having just completed the first draft for the Junior-Senior Showcase game and having posted the selections as they were happening, wanted to let you see the whole roster. The game will be played on Friday night March 7th at the Skate Zone in Voorhees at 9:30, if the time changes we will post in the forum.

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HLV scored two goals in the third period to rally from a 2-1 deficit and defeat St Joe’s 3-2 in the season finale for both teams in JVB. Connor Humphrey scored with 52 seconds left in the game to give HLV the win. St Joe’s led 2-1 after two periods as leading scorer Thomas Gzregorski, got both and finished the season with 19. Unfortunately for St Joe’s they ran out of gas come the third period as they had just 5 skaters for the game.

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Max Ramos stopped all 22 shots as Clearview defeated HLV 3-0 and advanced to the finals in Tier II and will face Black Horse on Monday night at Voorhees. Led by the strong play of senior defenseman Tyler Richardson and the tenacity of the smallest player on the ice Anthony Dellerose, the View played solid defense and when there was a breakdown, Ramos was there to shut the door. Late in the first period HLV was on the power play and Colin Riera found himself all alone down low, but Ramos stoned him to keep it scoreless. Later in the period Mike Cullen broke down and his shot from the slot was stopped by Doug Henkel, but Mason Gagne kept the play alive and Trevor Smolsky was there to put home the rebound and his second goal of the playoffs gave Clearview a 1-0 lead.

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Sam Belanger scored three goals and HLV built a 5-0 lead and held off EEW 5-3 in early game action played at Voorhees on Monday night. Belanger scored an unassisted goal just four minutes into the game and on the first shot for HLV for a 1-0 lead. He added his second goal about four minutes later with Alex Mastrokyriakos and Justin Vadino getting the assists. RC Randall made it 3-0 late in the period as EEW failed to get one by Doug Henkel.

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With the playoffs winding down and another season coming to an end, here are some predictions on who might win their respective Titles: Tier I teams are already set-Moorestown and Cherokee. During the regular season Cherokee had a 2-1-1 edge, but Moorestown has won the last 2 in including a 5-4 win last Friday. The key will be containing Brian Miller, in the season opener Miller went off for 6 goals. Over the next four meetings he has been held to just one goal total, so he has Moorestown’s attention when he is on the ice. The teams are pretty even overall, offensively Cherokee averages about .50 goals more per game, but defensively Moorestown has a slight edge.

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Once again SJIceHockey.com is pleased to announce our annual award recipients. This year there seemed to be more balance throughout the league and with the playoffs upon us we could be in for a few surprises. Listed below are the 2013-2014 winners:

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The SJHSHL has just released their 2013-2014 Nominees for the Junior-Senior Showcase game and we have them. Each team was asked to submit 5 players from their roster, must be a Junior or Senior. With the weather causing havoc on the scheduling of the playoffs, the date has not been set, but once it is we will let you know. This year the league is experimenting with a new method of selections, there will be a draft, unlike past years where a selection committee handled the picks.

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Brian Popiolek scored two goals as Black Horse built a 4-0 lead and held off a late charging HLV 6-4 in National division action played at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. The win was the fifth in a row for Black Horse and firmly establishes them as the team to beat in the playoffs. Brandon Graham scored the only goal of the first period as Black Horse led just 1-0. Popiolek would score his two goals in a three minute span late in the second period, after he made it 2-0 with Scott Veneziale and Kyle Ringheiser getting the assists, Veneziale would score his team high 23rd goal to make it 3-0 and Popiolek made it 4-0 sixteen seconds later.

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