July 11, 2014

The Northern Rhode Island Amateur Hockey League was back at full force after the brief holiday layoff.

In the first game Manville Pizza faced rival Final Touch. Goals would be fast and furious in this one. Eric ‘The Gov’ Governo must have been trying to impress the first lady, with an outpouring of points. He would end the game with a hat trick and 2 assists. The capt. Peter Meegan would get 3 assists as well. The Pizza would also have an out pouring of goals, but were more balanced in the scoring. Keith Kreaunelis would get 2 goals and an assist and Kelley Hoover would get 2 assists, to lead Manville on the score sheet. Final Score 5-5

In the second game, it would be the attorneys battling it out on the ice instead of a court room. The Capt. Brian Roman would get 2 assists in this one and his team would get a goal in each period. Vescera Law would score twice in the second to keep the game close and the final period would be back and forth, each team scoring to keep the game at a tie. Chip Saravo would lead the Vescera with 3 assists. Bill Figuerido would score 2 brilliant goals, including the tying goal.

In the third game we actually had a decision. The top 2 teams in the league faced eachother for supremesy. Manny’s Hockey Shop faced off against 401 Consultants in this late game. In the end 401 would take the game and the top slot away from Manny’s. The Consultants would get 2 goals in the first and an early one in the second. Manny’s would be down 3-0 but not giving up. By the end of the second they would be down 4-3. Early in the third Manny’s would finally tie the game. It would be Kevin Bartels to get the game winner for 401 and JW Preston would get an empty netter to put the cap on this game. Preston would lead his team in scoring with a hat trick and an assist. Scott Hawes grabbed two goals and an assist and Shannon Caverly would get 2 assists to lead the scoring for Manny’s.

Only 4 games and playoffs left of the summer season. If you owe any money for the season, please pay it up as soon as possible.

It has been a great season so far.