Declan Hines, Haverford Hawks
With at least two points in every game, Hines led the Hawks offensively in the showcase. While he did have seven goals in the showcase, he was able to pass the puck around to aid his team, contributing three assists on the weekend, as well. 

Colin Mullin, Royals Hockey Club American
With six points in four games, Mullin led the way on the offense for Royals Hockey Club. His vision of the ice allowed the extend play in the offensive zone, as well as showing off his strong stickhandling skills. 

Jacob Bowden, Haverford Hawks
Playing a power forward style, Bowden was all over the ice in this showcase. Putting up five goals and seven points on the weekend, Bowden made a great first impression with his new team and put out a warning to the rest of the division. 

Connor Dinmore, Haverford Hawks
Coming back from an injury at the beginning of last season, Dinmore had a point-per-game display in the showcase. Dinmore led by example not only offensively, but displaying defensive sparks as well to help out his defense when called upon. 


Matthew Jackson, Haverford Hawks
Jackson made a splash in his first games in the pee-wee ranks. With three goals in four games, Jackson contributed in a big way offensively, while helping hold the opposition to only one goal against on the weekend. 

Alexander Salentik, Royals Hockey Club American
Salentik played textbook defense when it came to keeping the opposing forwards from his own goal and making sure to control the gap. With multiple blocks in his own end, as well as being able to control the puck in transition, Salentik made a big mark for his team in his division. 

Connor Maraj, Haverford Hawks
Part of the shutdown defense for Haverford, Maraj was the definition of consistency on the weekend. While he helped shut down the opposition’s offense, Maraj added two assists in aiding to the offense from the back-end. 


Dominic Sestito Royals Hockey Club American
Sestito’s focus on the game was crucial for the Royals Hockey Club, helping keep his club in the game. With a shutout to his name, Sestito was on point more often than not through this first showcase.