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NHIAA Scoreboard, Feb. 16, 2013


BOYS' HOCKEY
AT Tyngsboro, Mass.
Bishop Guertin 3, Trinity0
Trinity (11-4-1) ---0-0-0 — 0
Bishop Guertin (8-7) --0-0-3 — 3

Third period: Andrew Casey 8:41; Reed Farhart 12:45; Casey (Matt Robinson) 14:05
Saves: T - Ryan Slatkey 33; BG - Griffin Scanlon 18

AT MANCHESTER
Central 9, Hanover 1
Hanover (5-7-2) ----0-1-0 — 1
Central (11-4-0) ----4-5-0— 9

First: C - Austin Sprague (Devon Sprague, Jake Clark) 5;10; Tyler Stratton (Trevor Malmgren, D. Sprague) 5:38; D. Sprague (Stratton, Malmgren) 8:22; D. Sprague (Stratton, Malmgren) 8:28
Second: H - Joe Cravelo (Sam Carey) 3:41; C - Cole Anderson (Tim Tetreault, A. Sprague) 11:38; Mitch Fortin (Scott Robidoux) 12:15; D. Sprague (Malmgren, Stratton) 13:18; A. Sprague (unassisted) 14:27; A. Sprague (Anderson) 14:54
Third: No scoring
Goalies: H - Kyle Healy 21; C - Ian Beliveau 13, Tyler Cornellier 6

AT GOFFSTOWN
Goffstown 4, Somersworth/Coe-Brown 0
Somersworth (2-14-0) ---0-0-0 — 0
Goffstown (9-6-0) ---2-2-0— 4

First: G- Dakota Mulcay (Zack Storrow, Griffin Barbaro) 3:45; Storrow (Nevin Houle, Tyler Grinley) 4:08
Second: G - Grinley (Houle) 7:42; Houle (Barbaro, Andrew Chretien) 13:10
Third: No scoring
Goalies: S - Peter Robertson 42; G - Ben Genest 16


AT CONCORD
Everett Arena
Pinkerton 3, concord 2 (OT)
Pinkerton (9-7) -0-2-0-1 — 3
Concord (6-8-2) -0-2-0-0 — 2

First period: no scoring
Second period: C - Adam Godbout 3:45; C - Braden Smith (Godbout and Mitchell Hayes) 4:22; P - Dominic Corsetto (Shamus Doherty) 5:37; P - Giovanni Corsetto (Nick Selema and Tyler Poole) 11:28
Third period: no scoring
Overtime: P - Devin Moore (G. Corsetto, Connor Brady) 2:20
Saves: P - Matt Marchman 26; C - Ben Nelson 28

        

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