Junior Team Ends Regular Season with Senior Ceremony

On March 2nd and 3rd, the Junior Team had their Senior game as well as an away game. The team is now preparing for New York State Championships and hopefully National Championships in April. While their season may not be over yet, the team held a ceremony to honor its seniors before the first game of the weekend. Both games were against CP Dynamo U18, from Clifton Park, NY.

The first game of the weekend was held at the 1932 Rink on Saturday. Both teams stayed strong letting in no goals until a little over three minutes left of the first period. Josh Waters (Forward, 2019) scored leaving Northwood ahead by one point for the remainder of the first period. The second period saw two goals from the Huskies, bringing the score to 3-0.  Daniel Colabufo (Forward, 2020) scored a little over halfway through the period, shortly followed by another goal by Finlay Ulrick (Forward, 2019). The game ended with two more goals from Tommy Bannister (Forward, 2020) and Reid Leibold (Forward, 2020) making the final score 5-0 Huskies.

After the game, Northwood honored the fifteen seniors by having the parents or coaches give their kids flowers.

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On Sunday, Northwood traveled to CP Dynamo’s home rink for another game to round out the weekend. Both teams held out for half the first period until once again, Josh Waters (Forward, 2019) scored on the powerplay. The game stayed locked at 1-0 until the third period when after only five minutes in Will Arquiett (Forward, 2019) scored even-strength bringing the game up 2-0. The game ended 3-0 Northwood thanks to the final goal from Daniel Colabufo. (Forward, 2020.)

On the weekend of March 15th, catch the Junior Team at New York State Championships at Northtown Center in Amherst, New York.

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