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No mention of MC
Pretty funny they leave MC off the list. What are they taking the year off? Quality list.
Only 4 kids returned to MC new coach and basically new team
Whats the deal here?
6. Catholic Memorial: Catholic Memorial plays one of the hardest schedules in Massachusetts, giving them a healthy advantage once playoff time comes around. They graduated 7 skaters and two goalies, but look to have a bounce back year from their 9-10-4 record last year.
So Father Time was shown the door and they bring in a gym teacher who would take the kids out cross country skiing before games. Then they replaced him with a hockey guy who was suppose to recruit and turn the thing around. So how's it going?
Has anyone seen if he's been able to bring in kids?
5. Hingham: Last year Hingham found themselves in the super 8, but not only did they make it there, they had two close wins over Andover and Central Catholic. They graduate a lot of talent and for them to return to the top, senior Goalie Aaron Richardson has to be their backbone.
Not sure if they're Super 8 material this year as there are very few hockey players left in town playing for the high school. Most kids seem to have hockey as their second sport. Let's just say this might not be the 2015 team.
Most of the locals view the 2015 as the best team ever for Hingham. Maybe 3-4 D-1 prospects and about 5-6 D-3's. And to think they didn't get selected to play in the Super 8. Selection committee kind of missed it.
BR not even close to WC Coaching is terrible
Young team very little skill.
Goalie will have to carry them every game.
MC not on List someone missing somthing
Central: New coach so kids fled.. lost Winship and goalie to juniors, they only have 4-5 returning kids so I doubt they will be #1
SJP: lost a bunch of varsity players including their 2 leading scorers
AP: Picked up a couple kids from CC and MC so they could be a sleeper