Team Philadelphia woke up this morning in first place in the U14 B division of the Atlantic Hockey Federation. They did this by going 3-1-0 at the showcase this past weekend. The offense came to play, scoring 22 goals in four games all while putting up solid defensive numbers that include a shutout victory. Jayden Shavney shined offensively with six points in four games as his team now boasts the highest-scoring offense in U14 B with 97 total goals.
New Jersey Stars
The Stars came to play this past weekend, going 4-0-0 to stay near the top of the U14 B standings. They performed well on both ends of the ice, allowing no more than two goals a game defensively while scoring no fewer than seven goals a game offensively. Aditya Rath continues to lead the Stars on the attack, registering 11 points in the four games he played in.
The Hawks jumped into third place of the U14 B standings with a 3-0-1 performance at the AHF showcase this past weekend. After dropping a close game in the shoutout to start the showcase off, they were able to bounce back with three straight wins to cap off the weekend. The offense exploded for 16 goals in those three games as they were led by Chase Francis and Rafael Aghababyan who both recorded six points in four games.