Jersey Shore Wildcats Black (Gold)
When your team jumps to 11-0-0 on the season and remains in first place in the U14 A Gold division, you deserve to have your team highlighted. The Wildcats gutted out some close wins as they went 4-0-0 on the weekend with two wins coming in one-goal games. Scoring came from all over the lineup, including a three-goal four-point performance by Vincent Lattarulo who shined in the four games.
Haverford Hawks (Gold)
Haverford came to play this past weekend, going 4-0-0 at the Atlantic Hockey Federations Bantam/PeeWee Showcase. The Hawks’ offense erupted for 25 total goals in the four games while the defense held the fort down, helping Haverford record a shutout win along the way. Andrew Graney led the way offensively with nine points in four games while goaltender Will Zeger turned aside 34 total shots this past weekend, including being in net for the Hawks’ shutout win.
North Jersey Avalanche White (Silver)
The top team in the U14 A Silver division stood tall this past weekend, going 4-0-0 in the team’s four games. The Avs were able to grind out some close wins, including a 3-2 comeback win over the Delaware Ducks that saw North Jersey trail 2-1 entering the third period. The team’s two goaltenders Milo Smith and Gabriel Koerner-Imas shined when the team needed them the most, including getting a shutout win from Koerner-Imas during the showcase.
MYHA 14U LA Gold (Silver)
MYHA went 3-1-0 at this past weekend’s showcase, putting on impressive performances both offensively and defensively. What makes the team’s showcase performance is how they responded to dropping the first game. After a 3-2 loss to open the showcase against the Delaware Ducks, they never let another goal get scored on them the rest of the weekend. That’s right, MYHA recorded three straight shutout wins and scored seven or more goals in each game. The goaltending tandem of Gregory Saffell and Aden Perry gave it their all and helped their team win because of it.