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NAPHL enters final day of T1ER event in Pittsburgh

November 21, 2021

The sixth NAPHL event of the 2021-22 regular season continued on Saturday in suburban Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with the first T1ER League Eastern Conference event of the season.

Day 2 on Saturday featured even closer and more balanced competition than Day 1 as East and Mid-Am teams showcased their talents.

Each team will play in four games during the event, which runs from November 19-21.

Founded in 2009 and celebrating its 13th season in 2021-22, the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) is the NAPHL is the premier training ground for development, exposure, and opportunity. During the 2021-22 season, the NAPHL is made up of four different leagues: Tier 1, Fall, Showcase (Tier II), and Prep (High School).

To date, 18 NAPHL players have been tendered by NAHL teams for the 2022-23 season.

Fans can follow the action all weekend long on the NAPHL website and on Twitter using the hashtag #NAPHL, which include highlights from all the games during the weekend.

All games can be watched live on HockeyTV

MerchandiseNAPHL merchandise will be on sale during the event. NAPHL merchandise is sold exclusively and only at NAPHL events and features the hottest and newest styles of sweatshirts, t-shirts, shorts, hats, and more!

Important Event Links

18U Schedule and Scores

16U Schedule and Scores

Hotel Information

Rental Car Information

Covid Waiver

Pittsburgh Ice Arena

Palmer Imaging Arena

Day 2 Highlights

16U Division: Ten games were scheduled for day two of the NAPHL T1ER East Conference Showcase. In the opening game, the Philadelphia Little Flyers started the day with a 4-2 win over the Tri-State Spartans. The Jersey Whalers defeated the Indy Jr. Fuel by a score of 3-1. In a high scoring affair, the PHA Icemen took the win over the New Jersey Jr. Titans by a 7-6 final. Zach Nacey netted a hat-trick for the Icemen in the game. Later in the day, the Northeast Generals won 3-2 over the New Jersey Titans. The Tri-State Spartans defeated the East Coast Spartans by a final score of 5-1. The Esmark Stars shutout the New Hampshire Avalanche by a final of 2-0 where goaltender Owen Byers backstopped all 23 shots that came his way. The Philadelphia Little Flyers found a win over Biggby Coffee AAA 3-1. In a high scoring game, the New Jersey Jr. Titans topped the Jersey Shore Whalers by a final score of 9-8. The Indy Jr. Fuel got a win over the New Jersey Jr. Titans in overtime 3-2 with the help of Davis Cline netting the OT winner. In the final game of the day, the PHA Icemen took down the Indy Jr. Fuel by a final score of 6-1.

18U Division:  Fourteen games were scheduled for day two of the NAPHL T1ER East Conference Showcase. In the opening game, Biggby Coffee AAA topped the Skipjacks 4-1. The Indy Jr. Fuel topped the Northeast Generals in a 5-2 game. The New Jerseys Titans shutout the 95 Giants in a 1-0 affair with the help of Lucca Scaglione stopping all 17 shots he faced. The Esmark Stars shutout the New Hampshire Avalanche today 7-0. Ethan Zupanc recorded two goals and two assists while goaltender Samuel Boos earned his first shutout of the year. The Philadelphia Little Flyers defeated the East Coast Spartans by a 7-4 final score with six different Flyers scoring in the game. The Tri-Valley Bulls took a one goal lead in the second period over the Tri-State Spartans and held on for a 2-1 win. The Maine Nordiques edged past the Tri-State Spartans 5-4. The Philadelphia Little Flyers took down the New Jersey Jr. Titans in a 7-3 game. Both Tony Tuozzo, and Konnor Savvas recorded two goals in the game for Philadelphia, while Anthony Varialle scored twice for New Jersey. The Jersey Whalers overcame the PHA Icemen by a final of 4-3. The New Jersey Jr. Titans took a win over the East Coast Spartans 5-2. The Philadelphia Little Flyers and Biggby Coffee went down to the wire forcing over-time where Zach Crain scored to get the Little Flyers the win, 2-1. The Skipjacks Hockey Club took a win in a shootout against the Northeast Generals winning 2-1. The Indy Jr. Fuel came out on all cylinders with a statement 8-1 win over the 95 Giants winning 8-1. In the final game of the day, the Esmark Stars defeated the Main Nordiques 4-3.

 
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