Junior Team Has Strong Showing in First Weekend

The Junior hockey team traveled for the first time this season to Salem, New Hampshire last weekend to start off the 2017-2018 season by facing off against tough prep school competition from New England and Vermont. The Huskies came away with two wins and their first loss of the season.

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Forward Cody Monds ’20 in the 2017 Northwood Invitational.

In game one, the Huskies came out on top over the NEFPHL Selects, who have been undefeated by Northwood in the past two years. The Huskies won the game 2-1 with the help of Tommy Banister (2020, Forward) and Will Arquiett 19’ (2019, Forward) netting the first Junior goals of the year.

In game two, the Huskies rolled over the SNE NEFPHL 4-2. Bannister and Arquiette scored again and Elijah Devereaux (2020, Forward) and Daniel Lambert (2018, Defense) were the goalscorers of the match.

In the third game in under sixteen hours, the Huskies were defeated in a devastating loss 1-0 against the East NEFPHL. The Huskies controlled the majority of the game but just could not capitalize on their scoring chances throughout the game.

The Huskies travel once again to New Hampshire this upcoming weekend, to face off against three other New England Prep teams along with Rothesay Netherwood from the Maritimes in New Brunswick, Canada.

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