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All, as all of us can agree, we cannot wait until 2020 is over and as we navigate into 2021, we hope to resume some of our normalcy. With Covid-19 ramping up again and the numbers on the rise, we feel as a league that the risk is too great for our teams and we have decided to cancel the 2020/2021 season. Believe me we have met numerous times as a board over the last few months and our hope was to have a shortened season as the last thing we wanted to do was cancel the season, especially for the seniors.

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Last night the league had a meeting with all the club reps to discuss the options for the upcoming 2020-2021 hockey season. First, as of now USA hockey is only allowing 25 people max in an ice rink. This includes 10 players from each team, one coach for each team, two referees, a scorekeeper and zero fans. Now this could change down the road, but that is the rule as it stands right now which would mean that the remaining skaters would have stay in the locker rooms. Not an ideal situation, but one we might have to accept.

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In accordance with Governor Wolf's mandate that all Pennsylvania schools will remained closed to in-student learning for the remainder of the academic year, the Flyers Cup Committee has made the unfortunate decision to cancel the remainder of the 2020 Flyers Cup tournament as well as the Pennsylvania State Championships. This was certainly not an easy decision, but given the current and ongoing status of COVID-19, along with several other factors, we collectively feel that this is the unfortunate necessary option for the safety and well being of our players, coaches, officials, and communities as we follow the direction of many other scholastic, national, and international events.

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Thomas Caputo scored three goals and Nicholas Fonseca added two as Shawnee handled Appoquinimink 7-3 in opening round action of the Flyers Cup held in Voorhees. Shane Hindt gave Appoquinimink a 1-0 lead in the opening two minutes of the game; Caputo would tie the score at 1-1 less than two minutes later. The second period was all Renegades as they seized control of the game launching 14 shots and scoring three goals. First on the power play, Michael Wolverton gave Shawnee a 2-1 lead at the seven-minute mark. Just over three minutes later Fonseca made it 3-1 on a feed from Dylan DiGrazio. Fonseca would get his second of the night in the closing seconds and Shawnee was in command heading into the third period at 4-1. 

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John Lee scored two goals as Salesianum defeated Egg Harbor Township 5-2 in the opening round of the NJ/DE Flyers cup tournament at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. After a scoreless first period Caelon Driggs gave the Sallies a 1-0 lead scoring in the opening minute. The lead became 2-0 four minutes later with James Bell getting the goal. EHT would cut the lead to 2-1 on a goal by Blake Gray at the five minute mark and five minutes later would get the equalizer from Jacob Feliciano. The Sallies would retake the lead on a late goal from Frank Pallante with Driggs and Bell assisting. 

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Harrison Rauh scored at the eight minute mark of the first overtime as Washington Township upset top seed Eastern 7-6 in the opening round of the Flyers Cup at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Kyle McGarvey had a hat trick and Andrew McGinley added two goals to lead the Township offense. Luke Ravitz led Eastern with two goals. The teams were tied at 2-2 after the first period, with Sean Pomerantz and Jordan Stein scoring for the Vikings. McGarvey had both Township goals. After Ravitz gave Eastern a 3-2 lead early in the second period, Township would score twice in a ninety second span, both goals coming from McGinley down low and a 4-3 lead. Late in the period McGarvey would complete his hat trick and Township would take a 5-3 lead into the third period. 

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Nicholas Jarmain scored in the first two minutes of the second overtime period to give Moorestown a 3-2 win over Cherokee in the opening round of the NJ/DE Flyers Cup played in Voorhees. After a scoreless first period, Moorestown would get a pair of goals from Elias Sulpizio midway through the second period to take a 2-0 lead. Cherokee would get a goal from Pat Dugan early in the third period as he scored short-handed to cut the lead to 2-1. Four minutes later Brendan Forest would score on the power play to tie the score at 2-2. 

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Nicholas Fonseca had a hat trick, including the game winner in overtime as Shawnee defeated Washington Township 4-3 and capture the JVA Championship. The teams traded goals in the first period with Fonseca scoring in the opening minute and Niko Durnan getting the first of his two on the night to tie the game at 1-1 in the final two minutes of the period. Goals by Fonseca and Scott Minshall twenty-one seconds apart early in the second period gave Shawnee a 3-1 lead. Matthew Holdofsky with bring Township to within 3-2 late in the period. 

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Rocco McCullen scored early in the first overtime as Clearview defeated Kingsway 2-1 in the JVB Championship game played in Voorhees. Kingsway had taken a 1-0 lead into the third period with the lone goal coming short-handed late in the first period from Dylan Casey. Clearview would tie the game at 1-1 on a goal by AJ Nocito five minutes into the third period. Clearview would have a power play opportunity with about five minutes left in regulation, but failed to capitalize. Early into the overtime, McCullen would bury his chance and the View would celebrate their victory. Congratulations to the Clearview staff on their win. 

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Dylan Casey scored early into the first overtime as Kingsway upset Riverfront in JVB playoff action and will move into the finals on Sunday. Casey, who scored twice, opened the scoring just twenty-two seconds into the game as the Dragons got off to an early lead. That lead grew to 2-0 midway through the period when Brendan Kelly scored for Kingsway. Riverfront would cut the lead in half at the ten-minute mark taking advantage of the power play as Dominic Giannetto scored and the lead was 2-1. 

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