Hockey Hock 5

Hockey Hock 5

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Hockey Hock 5

Hockey Hock 5

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1. Canton16-5-3Ryan Nolte emerged as a playoff hero with back-to-back game-winners for the Bulldogs and pushed Canton to the Div. 2 South semifinal before a double overtime loss to Medway. The future looks bright for the Bulldogs up front with Nolte and freshman John Hagan returning.
2. Franklin14-9-1The Panthers played a solid game but ran into a hot goalie and were stunned with goals against the run of play against eventual South champ Framingham. Although Franklin didn’t reach the heights of last season, it was another strong year and the Panthers have a strong core coming back.
3. North Attleboro 14-4-4Expectations for Big Red were high coming into the season and they responded with the most wins in a single season in program history. Erik Clements and Zach McGowan were two of the top forwards in the league and will be tough to replace, but bringing back goalie Ryan Warren is a big plus for next season.
4. Oliver Ames14-7-1The Tigers had a strong first season under coach Sean Bertoni and a young core of players pushed OA into the second round of the playoffs before running into a buzzsaw that was top seed and South champ Scituate. OA will have high expectations for next year.
5. Mansfield12-8-2First year head coach Mike Balzarini worked his magic and got the Hornets back into the state tournament and nearly scored an upset of Xaverian. While losing Matt Farragher to graduating will be tough, the Hornets bring a lot of talent back at both forward and defense.

On the edge: Taunton (12-9-2)

Last Updated: 03/22/17