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18U teams finish SHOW event in Blaine

December 19, 2023

The NAPHL’s SHOW League concluded its second event of the season at the NSC Super Rink in Blaine, MN, on Monday, December 18th as the 18U teams took to the ice for a final day.

The SHOW is a collection of Tier I and Tier II organizations from all over North America that compete at the Tier I level at NAPHL events. It also includes teams from some of the strongest Tier II leagues in the United States. This event includes all 18U, 16U and 14U teams in the first match-ups of the season.

Since the inception of the SHOW League there have been an increased number of opportunities for players at the NAHL, NA3HL, and T1ER Leagues. The internal exposure elements inclusive of an exclusive tendering system and the strategically schedule events have proven to be very beneficial to the players competing in the SHOW League.

18U Results

Day 4 recaps

18U SHOW: The Chicago Hawks secured a 3-2 victory against the Texas Tigers. Ben Lechner, Leo Kotor, and Liam Lecauchois scored for Chicago Hawks, while Texas Tigers' goals came from two unidentified players. Pacific Ridge Hockey Club dominated with a 5-0 victory over Monument Hockey Academy. Logan Mazzella, Gerald Smith, Alexander Hodgson, Hayden Labovitch, and Connor Way scored for Pacific Ridge Hockey Club. The New Hampshire Monarchs secured an 8-2 victory against Maple Grove Jr. Gold. Braeden Gagnon, Noah Levesque, Xander St. Pierre, and Garrett Aceto were among the goal scorers for New Hampshire, while Erik Steen scored twice for Maple Grove Jr. Gold. The St. Louis Sting emerged victorious with a 4-3 win over Sea Hawks HC. Colin Ammel, Konnor Goclan, and Conner Blair scored for St. Louis. The Dallas Penguins fell to Denver East with a 3-1 scoreline. Maddox Hamilton scored for Dallas, while Zeke Giles and Peter Krug scored for Denver East. The Houston Aeros faced a 5-2 defeat against the Ontario Jr. Reign. Andrew Green and Carter Kipp scored for Houston, while Vitaliy Zagorodniy, Patrik Cech, Landen Gallardo, and Vitaliy Zagorodniy contributed to Ontario’s goals. San Diego Jets HS secured a 6-1 victory over SISU Thunderbirds. Devin Edoria, Arya Nahavandi, James "Taiki" Schneider, Jeremy Adkins, and Ahad Biabani scored for San Diego Jets HS, while Brayden Balemian scored for SISU Thunderbirds. Tahoe Prep faced a 4-1 defeat against the Chicago Flames. Payne Sweeny scored for Tahoe Prep, and Nick Zizas, Alex Piekutowski, Jason Gongol, and Cole Girgis scored for Chicago. The New Jersey Jr Titans secured a 5-0 victory against Utah Jr. Mustangs Blue. Bradan Conroy, Adriano Bongiorno, Hays Poole, and Matteo Lopez scored for New Jersey. Tri-Valley Hockey Association fell to Pilot Mound Academy with a 3-0 scoreline. Austin Polonski, Tyler Ferguson, and Austin Polonski scored for Pilot Mound Academy. Clearwater Ice Storm dominated with a 6-1 victory over the New Mexico Ice Wolves. Jack Pallotta, Nicholas Macri, Kaeden Wolf, Ashton Gibson, and Nicholas Macri scored for Clearwater Ice Storm, while Alvaro Ramazzini scored for the Ice Wolves. The Philadelphia Little Flyers secured a 4-0 victory against the Texas Jr. Brahmas. Darin O'Dell, Alex Fusaro, Carrado Ditoro, and Matthew Stranix scored for the Little Flyers. The Utah Jr. Mustangs Red faced a 6-3 defeat against the Rose City Pats. Drakelen Pritchett, Cameron Rees, Colin McMahon scored for Utah Jr. Mustangs Red, while Andrew Robles, Noah Peña, and Hunter Yates contributed to Rose City Pats' goals.

 
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