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GHS Hockey: Goffstown 9 at Alvirne 2

Skate 3, Tyngsboro, MA.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017.

Goffstown at Alvirne, 550pm.


(C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Maybe a gaffe; a faux pas, as it were. See, the game sheet last night read: Home Team: Alvirne. Visiting Team: Goofstown. I am sure it was an honest mistake, but then so were the 9 goals the Grizzlies put on that same score sheet. I doubt this fact was brought to anyone’s attention prior to the game as ‘bulletin board’ material, as they say, but the result might as well have been correlated to similar motivation. Personally, I do believe in ‘bulletin board’ material, but not in the big “RAH RAH!!!” fashion. I would take something like this, personally, as a competitor, and let it sit with me like a powerful rumble, low beneath the earth’s surface, that builds into a force to be reckoned with. But that is just me.


Mighty Maggie Fifield at Alvirne. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)


Mackenzie Potvin starts the rush up ice as “C-Mac” watches on. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)


Mike Siemiesz makes a play with the puck. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Either way, the Goffstown Grizzlies packed their team, their gear, and their 9-5 record onto the bus, and headed to Massachusetts to play a team from Hudson, NH. Oddly, Alvirne is just 17 miles from Goffstown High School as a crow could fly. Alvirne is almost 10 miles from Skate 3, in the opposite direction, so this was kind of a road game for both teams. Anyway, Alvirne, the Broncos, entered play with a 3-12 record, but that wasn’t something to take lightly. Alvirne averages just a tick under 3 goals per game. They had just scored 7 goals against Nashua North, and they posted 5 goals against Bow, so they have the ability to put the puck in the net. By comparison, the Grizzlies averaged only 3.04 goals per game last season, so getting 3 per game is nothing to sneeze at. The big issue for the Broncos this season has been team depth, and defensive inadequacies. They allow a lot of goals, so many nights, 3 or 4 goals on the plus side, still results in a lopsided loss.


Mike Siemiesz at Alvirne. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)


Stephen Provencher and Griffin Cook looking for a chance to create some offense. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

For 8 minutes and 59 seconds, there was no score. As a matter of fact, the shots were nearly even to this point. Shane Pimentel had already made a spectacular save for Alvirne when he turned away an almost certain goal on a shot by Mickey “The Wrecking Ball” Bridgeman. Bridgeman was set up perfectly on a beautiful passing play when Max “The Missile” Lajeunesse hit Tyler “The Rocket” Riendeau in full stride with a prefect pass just before Riendeau did the same, putting a pass right on Mickey’s stick. Pimentel slid over, making a sensational save, to keep the game scoreless.


Mackenzie Potvin gets ready for the drop of the puck. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Shortly thereafter, the Broncos were called for an innocent enough penalty, when they had too many skaters on the ice. The resulting power-play for the Grizzlies seemed to get things really going for the visitors. Noah Charron put the puck past Pimentel for the power-play goal, and the Grizzlies were off and running. Max Lajeunesse made the play to set up Charron, but Colin Burke had started the whole play at the left point, with a nice pass to Lajeunesse. Max took the pass, curled from the left-wing corner, up the boards, looking like he might just drop a pass back to Burke at the point. Instead, he cut off of the half-wall, with the puck, to the open space above the circles and ripped a nice shot on goal. Pimentel made that save but the rebound dropped at Charron’s feet and he made no mistake. 1-0 Grizzlies at 9:00. Exactly 3 minutes later, Lajeunesse scored on a nice pass from Mickey Bridgeman. In the last minute of the period. Lajeunesse scored again after Dylan Hyers managed to weave through a pair of defenders, and delivered a perfect pass to Max for the goal. After one period, Goofstown, er uh, Goffstown led 3-0 and had fired 16 shots at Shane Pimentel in net. The Grizzlies did allow 11 shots to get through to Curtis McKay, but “C-Mac” was up to the task, saving all 11 shots.


Noah Charron ‘Sha-Roan’ races up ice with the puck at Skate 3. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)


Stephen Provencher. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

In the second period it became quickly apparent that the Grizzlies were not very pleased with the number of shots they had allowed thus far. They held Alvirne to 6 shots, and 4 shots, respectively, over the final two periods. Alvirne’s Doug Herling and Kyle Sintiris were on the ice a lot for the Broncos. With their speed and ability, they were a constant threat to score. Add the speed of Ian Morse and play of Justin Hudgins, and Alvirne did create a handful of break away opportunities as well.


Theo Milanes carries the puck against Alvirne. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Morse played like he was genuinely mad at someone, which brought a physical aspect to the Broncos game. Although his physicality didn’t bode well when he skated, head down, into Mt. Hyers, and fell to the ice like gravity was showing off its eternal pull.


The Captain, Nick Nault and Brett Branscum against Alvirne. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

In a 5 minute, 22 second span the Grizzlies scored four more goals and leapt to a 7-0 lead. Mickey Bridgeman scored when he refused to stop working in front of the net and pounded the puck home. Max Lajeunesse had circled the net to give Bridgeman a centering pass, to get the lone assist. Then it was a normal looking play to start, when Jacob Noonan banked a pass off of the end boards behind his own net to D-partner, “The Captain”, Nick Nault. Nault, with his head up, made a long, accurate, two-line pass, to Brett Branscum who was flying up the left wing like his hair was on fire.


This my friends, is a dangling Dylan. Dylan Hyers with all the right moves against the Broncos. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Branscum made a nice little maneuver to get out wide, then he cut the angle beyond the defenseman he beat, and roared toward the net like a herd of Texas cattle on the home stretch. Just before he reached the net, Branscum roofed a wicked wrister up under the crossbar to give the Grizzlies a 5-0 lead on a gorgeous hockey play that covered the length of the ice in about 5 seconds. Next it was the all rugby line of Bridgeman-Riendeau-Siemiesz who just wouldn’t leave the offensive end of the ice without getting a goal. Bridgeman got the goal on a nice feed from Tyler Riendeau who had taken a quick touch pass from Siemiesz to start the play. Only 16 seconds later, Noah Charron (pronounced Sha-Roan in most rinks he visits) became the third Grizzlie to register a pair of goals in the game when he was set up by Griffin “I Can’t” Cook (I don’t know, maybe he can cook) and Mackenzie “Big Mike” Potvin to give Goffstown a 7-goal lead.


Cool Hand Jake Noonan has everything under control against Alvirne. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Alvirne would answer with a goal at 10:15 of the period on a beautiful play made by Doug Herling and Kyle Sintiris who set up Justin Hudgins for the goal. The period ended with the visitors holding a 7-1 lead on the board, and a 28-17 advantage in shots.

The third period was running time which did speed things up some. Even though Goffstown would go on to score a pair of goals, it was Alvirne that created two of the nicest plays and chances in the game. During the period, Herling and Sintiris made a couple of long passes up ice, where the pass was made on one end at full speed, and received on the other end, also at full speed, leading to clean breakaways. Curtis McKay stifled a couple of clean breakaways but Sintiris did get one goal set up by Herling, to cut the lead to 8-2. So let me get to the Grizzlies 8th goal now.


The Grizzlies celebrate first year varsity player, senior, Maggie Fifield’s first career goal. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Maybe there were ghosts dancing in her head, or thoughts that led to doubt, or maybe none of these things had an effect on “Mighty” Maggie Fifield. I can speak for the fans though, when we conjured up visions of sure goals that weren’t, against the likes of Kingswood, St. Thomas, Oyster River, and Keene, every time that Ms. Fifield had the puck within shooting distance. Then with an entire section of bleachers, way too ‘into a game’ involving a 6-goal differential, the hockey gods released their hold on the yawning goal mouth. Noah Charron started the play when he passed the puck to Tyler Riendeau (who spent the entire third period trying to set up Siemiesz, Provencher, Potvin, and Fifield for goals).


Lifelong friends, Noah and Maggie, one assisting the other, celebrate Maggie’s first goal, at Alvirne. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Riendeau promptly dished the puck to Fifield in the slot. Fifield made no mistake on this shot, and the entire Goffstown throng erupted for her, as Pimentel looked back at the puck in the net. Maybe it wasn’t the best shot of all time, but it might have been, and the entire play was just a solid, good hockey play. Shortly after the goal, the referees stopped play momentarily to retrieve the puck that “Mighty” Maggie Fifield had slammed into the net, and delivered it to the Goffstown bench.

Perhaps fittingly, the final goal of the game came after all six Goffstown players had touched the puck, yes, all six. Curtis McKay had made a save that ultimately came out to Nick Nault in the Goffstown defensive end. Nault and Noah Charron, who played the final period on defense, played catch with the puck to relieve any Bronco pressure and moved up ice. Time was running out. I don’t know if anyone looked at the clock to create a more dramatic situation in their heads, but they should have.


Noah Charron had a pair of goals against the Broncos. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

As the sellout crowd raised its’ collective voice in unison, to count down the final 10 or so seconds of the game, the puck continued to make its way from one Grizzlie to another. Nault to Charron, back to Nault, nice feed to Bridgeman for a shot, rebound, Sebastian Beal in the slot, pounced on the rebound as the deafening countdown, may, or may not have, thundered down to ice level. Beal’s shot was clean. The puck passed through a defenseman’s legs and there was Ms. Potvin directly in front of the net. Mackenzie was posted outside the crease like the last outpost before Shane Pimentel in net for the Broncos. At the last conceivable second the puck found a piece of Potvin and slid along the ice, right through the most famous hole in all of hockey, the 5-hole. Beal and Bridgeman, while celebrating, went to the officials immediately yelling that “6 got the goal! Give it to 6!”


Colin Burke registered an assist in the Grizzlies road victory. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Time ran out, and the horn sounded before the officials reached the scoring booth, and no goal was ever announced over the loud-speaker, but I am here to tell you that Goffstown’s 9th goal went to Mackenzie Potvin with assists going to Sebastian Beal and Mickey Bridgeman. And if there were more assists to hand out, Nault, Charron, and McKay could have all earned one.

With another February snowstorm on the doorstep of northern New England just about to bust loose outside, in some old maze of rinks, in a little town just over the border, an otherwise forgettable Wednesday evening left a group, a team and their fans, with a night that won’t soon be forgotten.


Griffin Cook looks to motor up ice at Skate 3. (C) 1inawesomewonder 2017. (Photo by Charron)

Goffstown improved their record to 10-5 on the season, while the Broncos dropped to 3-13. Goffstown scored 9 goals, but it was M & M and their supporting cast, that provided the drama, and sent the Gtown faithful home through the snow with smiles on their faces.

Goffstown returns to action at West Side Arena in Manchester on Saturday at 5:00 pm. The Grizzlies play Merrimack, the team that ousted Goffstown from the NHIAA D-II Tournament last March.

NHIAA Hockey

Updated records.

Goffstown (10-5) @ Alvirne (3-13)

Skate 3, Tyngsboro, MA:

February 15, 2017. 5:50PM Start:



Alvirne: 0-1-1 = 2

Goffstown: 3-4-2 = 9


Alvirne: 11-6-4 = 21

Goffstown: 16-12-6 = 34


1st Goffstown at 9:00. PPG. Noah Charron from Max Lajeunesse and Colin Burke.

1st Goffstown at 12:00. Even. Max Lajeunesse from Mickey Bridgeman.

1st Goffstown at 14:27. Even. Max Lajeunesse from Dylan Hyers.

2nd Goffstown at 1:15. Even. Mickey Bridgeman from Max Lajeunesse.

2nd Goffstown at 2:58. Even. Brett Branscum from Nick Nault and Jacob Noonan.

2nd Goffstown at 6:21. Even. Mickey Bridgeman from Tyler Riendeau and Mike Siemiesz.

2nd Goffstown at 6:37. Even. Noah Charron from Griffin Cook and Mackenzie Potvin.

2nd Alvirne at 10:15. Even. Justin Hudgins from Kyle Sintiris and Doug Herling.

3rd Goffstown at 5:04. Even. Maggie Fifield from Tyler Riendeau and Noah Charron.

3rd Alvirne at 10:45. Even. Kyle Sintiris from Doug Herling.

3rd Goffstown at 14:50. Even. Mackenzie Potvin from Sebastian Beal and Mickey Bridgeman.

Alvirne Power Play: 0 for 1.

Goffstown Power Play: 1 for 3.


Alvirne: Shane Pimentel 25 of 34.

Goffstown: Curtis McKay 19 of 21.

The thoughts and opinions expressed here are those of the individual contributors, mostly mine, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the schools, coaches, players, or characters listed in any of these blog posts. Or, maybe they do, but you would have to ask them directly. Either way, “It’s a great day for hockey” ~ the late “Badger” Bob Johnson.


GHS Hockey: Goffstown 5 v. Belmont-Gilford 3

Sullivan Arena, St. Anselm College, Goffstown, NH.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017.

Goffstown v. Belmont-Gilford, 700pm.

Margin: a gap, an amount by which a thing is won, or falls short. The margin tonight, I thought was minimal, when looking at the full 45 minutes of play. Belmont-Gilford has played in the last two Division III State Championship games, winning in 2015. This year, they lost the first game of their season, back in mid-December, and they haven’t lost since. They are poised to make another deep run in the D-III Tournament. Last season, the Grizzlies hosted the Belmont-Gilford Bulldogs in an epic, offensive display of hockey, with Goffstown winning 7-6. Tonight, the Grizzlies managed to beat the Bulldogs 5-3, despite being outplayed for a long stretch, or two, during the game.


Tyler “The Rocket” Riendeau makes a quick break up ice. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


Colby Gamache turns up ice against B-G. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


Brett Branscum and a bouncing puck. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)

The home team from Goffstown hadn’t been on the ice together since Friday morning at 5:30am, thanks to mother nature. Despite the unexpected break in the rhythm of ice time, the Grizzlies came out of the gate skating, and playing well. They moved the puck fairly well, and  created some good chances. Goffstown could not sustain much pressure though. They were able to capitalize when they did get chances, scoring twice on just 6 shots in the opening period. Goffstown laid the lumber in the hitting department as well, making it tough for the visiting Bulldogs to get much going offensively. Goffstown challenged every shot, and when one did get through, Kyle LaSella was there to make the save, as he did on all 6 shots he faced in the period.

Noah Charron got the Grizzlies on the board first with an even-strength goal that was set up by line-mates, Brett Branscum and Sebastian Beal. Then, Colin Burke gave Goffstown a 2-0 lead just 21 seconds later, at 7:58. Burke buried a shot that was set up by Colby Gamache. The Grizzlies wouldn’t get much more offense out of the first period, and a small shift in play had started. The Grizzlies would take two penalties before the end of the period, when Dylan Hyers and Sebastian Beal were whistled at 12:52 and 14:14, respectively. This pair of penalties gave the Bulldogs a brief 5-on-3 advantage, and a power play that carried into the next period. The period ended with Goffstown leading 2-0, despite the shots on goal being even at 6-6.


The Grizzlies celebrate Colin Burke’s goal against the Bulldogs. Assist to Colby Gamache. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


Mickey Bridgeman gives chase to Ethan Becker of Belmont-Gilford. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


The Grizzlies make a line change behind Sebastian Beal, getting the puck deep into the Bulldogs defensive zone. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)

The second period started with Belmont-Gilford (B-G) turning up the intensity. At 1:10 of the period, one of the Bulldogs forwards, rang a shot, loudly, off of the goal post behind Kyle LaSella. Then, at 5:01 of the period, the Bulldogs used their speed and quick puck movement to create a 3-on-2 headed up ice. Thanks to a hustling, back-checking, Tyler Riendeau, the play was broken up at the last possible second, right in front of LaSella. Dylan Hyers, was called for another interference penalty, giving B-G their 3rd power-play in less than half a period of play. Just when the tide appeared turned, the Grizzlies turned things around. On a single, short-handed rush up ice, Goffstown drew a tripping penalty and a slashing penalty before creating a shot on goal at 6:35 of the period. It took only 14 seconds for the Grizzlies to score a power-play goal when Noah Charron scored his second goal of the game with the assist going to Colin Burke. Goffstown led 3-0. Less than two minutes later, on a very high energy play by Goffstown, Tyler Riendeau scored a goal set up by Noah Charron at 8:45. Goffstown led 4-0, and it looked like this game might get away. Then again, this Belmont-Gilford team didn’t get to back to back title games without putting up a fight.


‘Mighty’ Maggie Fifield fires a shot on goal against Belmont-Gilford. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


When you’re all grown up, this is called adversity. Tonight, Max Lajeunesse was fighting through a hooking penalty. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


Noah Charron and Hunter Dupuis battle for position at Sullivan Arena. Both players scored a pair of goals in the Goffstown victory. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)

Over the next 12 plus minutes the Bulldogs would almost completely shut the Grizzlies down. B-G got 8 of the next 10 shots on goal, scored a power-play goal, and added an even-strength goal. Goffstown has been subject to what I call ‘chasing the hit’ at times this year. This is when the physical part of the game has been working, or the defensive core primarily, are trying to set a physical tone, and start to lean, lunge, or take straight lines to set up a hit. The problem I have seen is that, the fast forward lines (Bow, Keene, Nashua South, and Belmont-Gilford) make Goffstown pay as their intensity increases. Then what was once difficult to play against, turns into hits that are no longer there because the opponent is flying up and down the ice. This, to me, is when solid positional team defense would be better served. I love big hitting and being difficult to play against, but it’s also nice to combat speed and skill by always being in the right spot to defend. Hits present themselves as a result of moving your feet first.


Noah Charron circles the net for the Grizzlies. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


Brett Lassonde plays the puck against B-G, he was a +2 on the night. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)

Contributing to the B-G domination over this 12+ minute span, Mickey Bridgeman was whistled for an elbowing penalty at 15:00 of the second period.

So, Goffstown had to open the final period with a 4-0 lead, and also kill a penalty. Then, with just 2 seconds left to work through, Hunter Dupuis scored on the power-play after being set up by Harrison Parent, at 1:58. 4-1 Goffstown. B-G cut into the lead again, less than two minutes later. The goal was controversial to say the least.


‘The Rocket’ lines up for a faceoff against Nate Shirley from B-G. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)

James Buckley took a pass from Nate Shirley and ripped a shot that beat Kyle LaSella but appeared to glance off of the crossbar and into the opposite corner. The official that was trailing the play, pointed, and called a goal immediately. So, even though there were several folks on the ice, and nearby, that thought the shot hit the bar and never entered the net, the play was called a good goal at 3:41. Now the score was 4-2, and Goffstown was not getting any offense.


Noah Charron mixes it up with Harrison Parent, in front of Sebastian Beal and Kyle LaSella. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)

The Bulldogs had turned up their speed, and they were even hitting some. Kyle LaSella was pressed into more and more action. At 10:57 of the period, LaSella made a remarkable left pad, more like a left toe, save on high-flying Hunter Dupuis. Dupuis beat two Grizzlies’ defensemen who were not fast enough to pin down the speedy forward, and raced to the net for his grade A scoring chance, only to be denied by LaSella. Just a dozen seconds after calling their timeout, B-G scored again, at 13:51, to cut the Grizzlies lead to a single goal. This time Dupuis did get the goal, his second of the night, on a nice set up from Ethan Becker. 69 seconds to play, and the Grizzlies 4-0 lead was now just a bad bounce from being no lead at all.


Max ‘The Missile’ Lajeunesse looks for open ice against the Bulldogs. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


Tyler Riendeau and Nate Shirley, a pair of chipper lads getting their hockey on. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)

The Bulldogs pulled goaltender, Bailey Defosie, who had made 11 consecutive saves, for the extra attacker, with 29 seconds to play in the game. After some scary moments for Goffstown, Nick Nault picked off the puck at center ice, and released a quick shot the hit both posts before finding a home in the back of the net. Nault’s goal came at 14:56, and gave the Grizzlies a 5-3 victory.

Belmont-Gilford outshot Goffstown 24-21 in the game, and came storming back to almost completely eliminate a 4-goal deficit.


Jacob Noonan looks to clear the zone against Harrison Parent and the Bulldogs, while Kyle LaSella and Colin Burke look on. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)

That’s what good teams do, they battle. That’s also what Goffstown did, they battled. They did what they had to do, to get the win. The Grizzlies improved to 9-5 on the season, while Belmont-Gilford dropped to 12-2-1, losing for the first time in two months.

Goffstown takes their game to Skate 3 in Tyngsboro, MA tomorrow (Wednesday) night when they play the Alvirne Broncos at 5:50pm.

NHIAA Hockey

Updated records.

Goffstown (9-5) v. Belmont-Gilford (Div III: 12-2-1)

Sullivan Arena, St. Anselm College, Goffstown, NH:

February 14, 2017. 7:00PM Start:


Sticks, angles, edges, slick ice, a puck, and a pair of captains. Nick Nault and Hunter Dupuis give their all in Goffstown’s 5-3 win. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


Belmont-Gilford: 0-0-3 = 3
Goffstown: 2-2-1 = 5

Belmont-Gilford: 6-7-11 = 24

Goffstown: 6-6-9 = 21


Goffstown greets Kyle LaSella in net, after earning a 5-3 victory over D-III powerhouse, Belmont-Gilford. (C) 1inawesomewonder. (Photo by Charron)


1st Goffstown at 7:37. Even. Noah Charron from Brett Branscum and Sebastian Beal.
1st Goffstown at 7:58. Even. Colin Burke from Colby Gamache.

2nd Goffstown at 6:49. PPG. Noah Charron from Colin Burke.
2nd Goffstown at 8:45. Even. Tyler Riendeau from Noah Charron.

3rd B-G at 1:58. PPG. Hunter Dupuis from Harrison Parent.
3rd B-G at 3:41. Even. James Buckley from Nate Shirley.
3rd B-G at 13:51. Even. Hunter Dupuis from Ethan Becker.

3rd Goffstown at 14:56. Empty Net. Nick Nault unassisted.

Goffstown Power play: 1 for 2.

Belmont-Gilford Power play: 1 for 4.

Belmont-Gilford: Bailey Defosie 16 of 20.

Goffstown: Kyle LaSella 21 of 24.

The thoughts and opinions expressed here are those of the individual contributors, mostly mine, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the schools, coaches, players, or characters listed in any of these blog posts. Or, maybe they do, but you would have to ask them directly. Either way, “It’s a great day for hockey” ~ the late “Badger” Bob Johnson.

GHS Hockey: Goffstown 3 v. Keene 8

Sullivan Arena, St. Anselm College, Goffstown, NH.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017.

Goffstown v. Keene, 730pm.

Misery and gloom are associated with distress and anxiety. And these emotions could have played major roles in tonight’s home game against the undefeated Keene Blackbirds. Especially when Keene scored six unanswered goals over a span of  17 minutes. But the Grizzlies kept skating. They kept competing. They kept getting scoring chances. The final score was 8-3 in favor of the Blackbirds, who improved to 13-0 on the season. Goffstown did battle, and they did get some great chances to score. Myles Ditkoff was solid in net for the visiting Keene squad, making 26 saves on 29 shots. Keene had only allowed as many as 2 goals in a single game, just once this season. Tonight, they allowed 3 goals to the Grizzlies. Continue reading

GHS Hockey: Goffstown 3 at Bow 7

Everett Arena, Concord, NH.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017.

Goffstown v. Bow, 730pm.

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GHS Hockey: Goffstown 2 v. Oyster River 1

Sullivan Arena, Goffstown, NH.

Monday, January 30, 2017.

Goffstown v. Oyster River, 730pm.

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GHS Hockey: Goffstown 3 v. Kingswood 0

Sullivan Arena, Goffstown, NH.

Saturday, January 28, 2017.

Goffstown v. Kingswood, 745pm.

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GHS Hockey: Goffstown 6 v. Nashua North – Souhegan 1

Sullivan Arena, St. Anselm College, Goffstown, NH.

January 7, 2017.

Goffstown v. Nashua North – Souhegan, 410pm.

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