Bone Crushers and Grizzlies Finish in 3-3 Tie.

Chelmsford–  Bone Crushers and Grizzlies skated to a 3-3 tie in another thriller. The last time these two teams met back on January 8th,  Grizzlies squeaked by with a 3-1 win.
The Grizzlies actually got the scoring started late in the first period when Maxx Snow found the back of the net to put his team up 1-0.
Bone Crusher’s Mark White responded with just 1:15 left in the period when he sniped a shot past the goalie to tie the game at one.


The score remained tied at one until Chris Richardson snuck one past the Bone Crushers goaltender with 7:10 remaining in the second period.

Chris Richardson (86) gets in position before scoring in the second period.


Just 10 seconds later on the immediate faceoff, Domenic DiMascio scored to tie the game at two.

The third period proved to be a battle. Both teams would put up another goal, but the stellar goalie play kept this game tied.

Grizzlies goaltender David Carpenter, fought off a series of late third period shots and even suffered a couple of bad bounces, but held on to win by stopping 21 of 24 shots.

Thomas Nogueira had two assists for The Bone Crushers.

Bone Crusher goaltender, Bill Osbourne played equally as well. He stopped 25 out of 28 shots.

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Greater Boston Hockey Draft League

Last Last Chance to join the Greater Boston Hockey Draft League in the Upper division (B/C levels) for the Winter 2018 season! Must register by 5pm tonight!

Don’t miss out on the draft party at Miller’s Ale House. Free food for all-league members

If you want to register go to or email

Also, don’t miss out on the lower C/D division evaluation game and draft party this Thursday night in Somerville.






Mighty Wombats Win Championship In Thrilling 3 vs 3 Shootout

BRIGHTON —  Led by Nate MacLaughlin, the Mighty Wombats are now MAHL Champions. Here’s a rundown on how the game played out:

  • Hard fought game by both teams.
  • A battle for all three periods.
  • Chippy, aggressive play. Refs called 12 penalties throughout the game to keep players in check.
  • The first goal for Liners to make it 1-0 was an own goal in 1st period by Mighty Wombats at the 8-minute mark
  • Might Wombats Goalie left net on a delayed penalty call against Liners.  Mighty Wombats accidentally passed the puck into own net.
  • #71 Liners scored power-play goal w/ 3:30 left in 2nd period to make it 2-0
  • #27 Might Wombats scored @ 2:20 mark in 2nd period to make it 2-1
  • #23 Might Wombats scored @ 1:50 mark in 2nd period to make it 2-2
  • #11 Liners scored early 3rd period to make 3-2
  • #19 Might Wombats tied it up @ 5:15 mark in 3rd-period mark to make it 3-3
  • #10 Liners scored @ 4:25 in 3rd period to make in 4-3
  • #27 on Mighty Wombats scored @ 3:30 in 3rd period to make it 4-4
  • Game went to sudden death overtime, no scoring
  • Went to a final shootout.  Mighty Wombats were able to score their first shot on 3 attempts.  Liners weren’t able to get any goals on their 3 attempts.  Mighty Wombats win the championship.

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Grizzlies Shutout Bone Crushers 3-0 To Win Championship.

BEDFORD —  Led by John Hines, the Grizzlies are now MAHL Champions.

1st Period–Bonecrushers came out strong with a 5-0 shot advantage & then went on the powerplay after a double minor slashing call on the Grizzlies. During the 4-minute penalty kill, the Grizzlies took advantage of tight defensive pinch & their Captain, Hines scored the first of his game-high two goals with a short-handed to open the scoring. It was a 1-0  game at the end of the first period.


2nd Period– Again Bonecrusher’s came out flying with a 3-0 shot advantage but goalie D Carpenter came out big with some key saves.    Elena Nova arrived at the rink late & joined midway through the period adding some depth at forward. There was lots of back & forth action, tons of incredible backchecking & stick-work but no scoring. 1-0 after two periods of play.

3rd-period– Defenseman Mike Medieros added the game’s second goal on a slapshot from the point that went through massive traffic in front of the net and beat Bill Osbourne to put the Grizz. up 2-0. A little over a minute later, Hines added his 2nd goal of the game on a blocked shot at mid-ice and beat Osbourne on a deek move backhanded. Grizzlies continued to dump the puck into the Bone Crushers end and were able to hold on for the shutout.

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Team Black Erupts for 17 Goals in High Scoring-Affair. Win 17-10.

Cambridge–  For a team entering last night’s game with a 1-2-1 record, they played as if they were undefeated. Team black’s offense was clicking on all cylinders, coming up with an astonishing 17 goals in their 17-10 win over Team White.

It was only three games ago that this same team skated to a 0-0 tie. Since then they have come up with 12 goals, and 17 goals.

Even though Team White fell to 0-4 on the season, they definitely battled and kept this game interesting. Thomas Lenane came up with another four goals, as he now leads his team with eight on the season. Lenane’s battle against the Team Black team’s goalie all through the game was quite exciting. With 13:43 Lenane was stonewalled on a breakaway by the goalie and just 5 minutes later, Lenane was shown the glove on a shot right between the faceoff tops. Lenane persisted with just 6 minutes left in the first and tried to get one past him but again, the keeper stayed strong denying him the entire first period. Lenane eventually broke down the wall and beat one past him early in the second.

John Vlacich also shined for Team White in the loss. He also came up with four goals and now has seven goals on the season.

These two teams will square off against each other again next Sunday night at the Simoni Rink in Cambridge. Team White will naturally seek revenge and try to get their first win of the season. It’s only a matter of time until they start to gel and begin to put a few W’s on the board.

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Grey C’s offense explodes for 10 goals. Win 10-6.

Brighton–  Considering Team Grey C started off the season with a 0-0 tie, nobody could have predicted this offensive explosion. This team went from tied for worst in the league in goals scored, to be second in the league. They defeated R Kelly Yellows 10-6.


Tonight Grey C plays the winless Red Team. The game will be played at Brighton Warrior Arena at 10:00PM. It will be interesting if they can score at will again.


It should be noted that even though R Kelly Yellows lost this game, they played well. They kept this game close for most of the game, but couldn’t keep up with Grey C’s offense.

It doesn’t get any easier for R Kelly Yellows, tonight they play the first place, Black team.



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Team Adam Squeaks Past Team Corey 3-1

Somerville– Team Adam (blue) beat Team Corey 9 (grey) 3-1 in a close one.
Joe Monterio got the scoring started for Team Adam with 9:38 remaining in the first period to give his team a 1-0 lead.
Eugene Daneshvar put Team Adam up 2-0 with 2:51 to go in the second period when he took a pass from Adam Johnson and snuck one past Team Corey’s goalie.
Team Corey kept things close by getting on the board late in the second period with a goal by Michael Brill to pull within one goal.
Team Adam kept the puck in Team Corey’s zone most of the night.
Eugene Daneshvar would prove to be the hero tonight when he scored the game-winning goal with just 6:33 remaining in the game.
 This game was about an excellent defensive team trying to slow down a hire powered offense. Even though Team Corey lost this game, they received excellent goaltending.

These two teams will meet again on October 18th.


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