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13th Annual

Stanstead College
Invitational Senior Boys Hockey Tournament

January 7-9

Photo/Christine Gervais


Appleby College
Kents Hill School
Northwood School
Stanstead College
  Cégep de Sainte-Foy
The Hill Academy
Hoosac School
  Rice Memorial School


Stanstead 1 (S0)
Appleby 6
Hill 8
Sainte-Foy 3
Kents Hill 6
Northwood 3
Northwood 0
Kents Hill 0
Hoosac 1
Rice 1
Stanstead 5
Appleby 5
Rice 6
Sainte-Foy 1
Kents Hill 3
Appleby 2
Hill 5
Hoosac 2
Hoosac 2
Hill 6
Northwood 4 (SO)
Stanstead 5
Rice 2
Sainte-Foy 3

2:00 FINAL

Red # 4 - Kents Hill 10
Red #3 - Northwood 0
Red #2 - Appleby 3 (SO)
Red #1 - Stanstead 3
White #4 - Hoosac 2
White #3 - Rice 3
White #2 - Sainte-Foy 2
White #1 - Hill 5


Congratulations to The Hill Academy, 2011 Stanstead College Invitational champions!

Best Defenceman of the Tournament: Daniel Poliziani, Appleby College
Best Forward of the Tournament: Ryan Lomberg, Hill Academy
Best Goalie of the Tournament: Sebastien Charpentier, Stanstead College

Appleby College: Liam Board
Kents Hill School: Logan Day
Northwood School: Erik Powell
Stanstead College: Mark Jankowski
Cégep de Sainte-Foy: Maxime Latraverse
The Hill Academy: Daniel Ranouf
Hoosac School: Tony Jorgenson
Rice Memorial School: Brandon Lane


Tournament details

There will be two divisions of four teams. Each of the schools will play the other three schools in its own division. After this round robin, teams will be placed from #1 to #4 according to their standing in their division. On Sunday each team will play the team from the other division that finished in the same position, with the game between two #4’s establishing 7th/8th overall position, the game between two #3’s establishing 5th/6th overall position, and the game between two #2’s establishing 3rd/4th overall position. Finally, the two #1’s out of round-robin play will meet in the Championship Final to determine the tournament champion and finalist. Each team is guaranteed four games over the three days of the tournament.

Teams will be awarded 2 points for a win, 1 point for a loss in OT or shootout, and 0 points for a loss in regulation. In the case of a tie in team standings (total points) after the divisional round-robin is completed, the following shall be the tie-breaking procedure: 1) the game result between the tied teams; 2) most regulation wins 3) fewest goals against in regulation time and OT in all games; 4) most total goals for (to a maximum of +5 over the opponent’s score in regulation time and OT in all games); 5) fewest total penalty minutes in all games.

In the event of a tie, there will be a five-minute 4-on-4 (four skaters and a goaltender) sudden-death overtime period. In the event of a penalty during overtime, a player will be subtracted (4 on 3). There will be a maximum of one overtime period, except in the Championship Final. In the Championship Final, there will be unlimited sudden-death overtime periods (18-minute periods continue).

If still tied after the overtime period, a (3 vs 3 man) shootout will ensue. If still tied, a sudden death (1 vs 1 man) shootout will ensue until a winner can be declared. Players may be used only once. Note: the home team will choose who shoots first.

NCAA rules. Each game will include an 8-minute warm-up and consist of three periods of 18 minutes stopped time. The ice will be resurfaced after the warm-up, first and second period of each game. It is the coaches’ and teams’ responsibility to read the rules and be ready ahead of scheduled time in order to ensure the tournament runs smoothly. The tournament organizers reserve the right to change the ice resurfacing format if ever the tournament gets behind schedule.

  1. The warm-up for game #1 will begin at 9:50 a.m. sharp.
  2. During each intermission the clock will count down from 10 minutes. Teams must be ready to get on the ice as soon as the doors shut once the Zamboni comes off the ice.
  3. Teams should be dressed and ready 10 minutes before each scheduled game time.
  4. Warm-ups will take place on “dirty” ice. Once the last player from the previous game has stepped off the ice the warm-up time of 8 minutes will begin.
  5. Teams that are not ready on time to start a period may be given a 2-minute penalty for delay of game.
  6. Each team must line up on their respective blue-line immediately after the game for the presentation of game MVPs. Teams will shake hands afterwards.

Neck guards
Neck guards are required by law in Quebec and no team or individual will be permitted to play without one.

Minor penalties: 2 minutes (stopped time)
Major penalties: 5 minutes (stopped time)
Game misconduct penalties: Dismissed from that game only
Match penalties: Suspended for the remainder of the tournament

General conduct and comportment other than that specifically dealt with in the “Penalties” section above is expected of all team members. The organizing committee reserves the right to sanction team members with disciplinary actions, which may include (but may not be limited to) a minimum one-game suspension for unsportsmanlike behaviour. This rule may also pertain to off-ice conduct.

To be presented following each game:
Player of the Game (one per team): Prize

To be presented upon team’s departure:
Tournament All-Stars (one per team): Prize

To be presented after the Championship Final:
Best Defenceman of the Tournament: Prize
Best Forward of the Tournament: Prize
Best Goalie of the Tournament: Prize
Runner-up Team: Plaque
Championship Team: Plaque and Gold Medals

Stanstead College student residences are off limits to all visitors. Visitors are welcome in the Dining Hall and Student Centre buildings only.

Each team will be assigned its own changing room with a lock and key for the tournament. Please
supply your own towels. It is each team’s responsibility to ensure the cleanliness of their assigned arena room upon departure. The arena contact telephone number during the tournament is (819) 876-2371. The arena manager is Marc Parent.

The following meals will be provided and are included in fees for players and coaches:
Friday lunch 12:00 - 2:30                 Saturday supper 4:45 - 7:15
Friday supper 4:45 - 7:30                 Sunday breakfast *7:00 - 9:30
Saturday breakfast *7:30 - 9:30      Sunday lunch 12:00 - 2:15
Saturday lunch 12:00 - 2:30

Dress in the dining hall is casual/sweats. No hats/caps are permitted. Please tell your players beforehand.

* The breakfast start time may be later if the teams playing in the early game choose not to have breakfast at the Stanstead College dining hall. Parents: Parents or other guests wishing to take meals in the Stanstead College dining hall may do so on a $5 per meal pay-as-you-go honesty system. There will be an honour box set up for parents and guests to pay for their meals.



Appleby College - Oakville, Ont.

Appleby College is an international independent school (Grades 7-12) located in Oakville, Ontario, founded in 1922 by John Guest, a former headmaster of the Preparatory School at Upper Canada College. Guest dreamed of establishing a small boarding school in the country, and did so with the support and financial assistance of Sir Byron Edmund Walker, a prominent Canadian businessman and patron of the arts. Today, Appleby is a co-educational day and boarding university preparatory school with a curriculum based around the liberal arts. It is situated on Lake Ontario in Oakville, Ontario, roughly 50 kilometres west of Toronto. Students are drawn primarily from Oakville, Burlington and Mississauga, but boarding students come from other parts of Canada and throughout all continents of the world. Appleby is a member of the G20, the International Round Square Organization and the Canadian Independent Schools Athletic Association.

Head Coach Dan Poliziani brings 25 years of coaching experience to this program in addition to seven years of playing experience at the OHL, NCAA and professional hockey level. Highlighting Dan’s career is his rich nine-year history with NCAA college hockey while at Yale University, an Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference member. Poliziani’s most recent involvement with the Canadian Hockey Association’s Under 17 Program is also one of his more noteworthy accomplishments. Dan spent two years with the program, acting both as an assistant coach with the silver medal team at the world Challenge Cup and as the head coach in 2000 in Nova Scotia where they brought home the bronze medal. Dan is a mentor/master coach at the minor hockey level while maintaining an ongoing influence on the development of coaches and athletes alike in the sport of hockey. Dan is a graduate of Yale University. He left Yale in 1982 as the all-time scoring leader and captained the Bulldogs in his senior year. Also helping behind the bench are a team of dedicated assistant coaches that include Mike Moores and Wayne Murray.

The Double Blue return with many players from last year, including a tandem of goaltenders who have now shared the net for three years. A strong blue line is led by assistant captain Daniel Poliziani who is joined by Steven Murray, Steve MacInnis, Aidan Board and newcomers Travis Blinkhorn and Brenton Chilton. Returning forwards to watch remain top liners, assistant captain Mitch McMullin, captain Matt Rubinoff and Liam Board. The Double Blue play a puck-possession game and are fun to watch.


Kents Hill - Kents Hill, ME

The Kents Hill School boys varsity hockey team opens the season with many new faces in the program. After graduating 13 players from the 2009 team, the varsity squad welcomes 16 newcomers to the program. The team is captained this year by Patrick Huard of St. Arthor, New Brunswick, and the assistant captain is Tim Sullivan of Rye, New Hampshire. Key returners also include Ethan Pelletier, Ryan Dorso, Bryan Gillentine and Brandon Bourgeois. Adding to the senior ranks include PG’s Matt Dalton and Matt Gibson. The core of the team is made up of young players rising up from the ranks of the junior varsity program or who are new to the program. Key young players include sophomores Logan Day, Mark Dufour, Ben Harwood, Louis Gagne, Jared Cockrell and Caleb Fizer and juniors Ryan Caswell, Jacob Friedman, Travis St. Pierre and Carson Johnstone. David Bakin and Cole Godfrey are newcomers to the program and are expected to make a positive impact on the program. In goal, junior Nick Devine will see the majority of the games as he will be backed up by Kyle Porter and Dakota Jankovich.

Also new in the program for 2011 is Assistant Coach Stan Moore. Coach Moore comes to the program with 25 years of Division I coaching experience. He has coached at Providence College, Colgate University, Union College and Brown University and was twice selected the ECAC Coach of the Year in 1996 and 2003 while at Union. Coach Moore is also highly involved with USA Hockey where he has served as a National Festival coach from 2002 to 2009 and was also selected to coach the USA Under 17 Team in the 2005 Five Nations Tournament in Switzerland, where the US team won the gold medal.

Assistant Coach Jeff DeHaven enters his fifth year with the varsity program and has been involved with the Kents Hill hockey program at all levels for the past for 20 years. Prior to joining the varsity program Coach DeHaven was the head coach for the Boys Varsity “B” team.

Starting his seventh season as the head coach for the varsity program is Larry Cockrell. In his time at Kents Hill the program has qualified for the New England Prep playoffs twice, and in 2008 won the New England Prep School Division II Championship. Prior to arriving at Kents Hill, Coach Cockrell was an assistant at North Yarmouth Academy for three seasons.


Northwood School - Lake Placid, NY

The Northwood School boys hockey program fields three teams: Junior A, Midget AAA and High School. The girls hockey program competes at the prep level. Hockey at Northwood has a tradition of outstanding achievement; both players and coaches have gone on to renowned careers at collegiate and professional levels. Northwood graduates have gone on to attend such schools as Colorado College, Denver, Ohio State, UNH, Mercyhurst, Brown, Harvard, Michigan, Clarkson, Boston University, Boston College, Williams, Oswego State, Notre Dame, Plattsburgh State, Middlebury, Wisconsin and Providence. Fourteen alumni have played in the National Hockey League. Northwood proudly acknowledges its graduates who have gone on to become Olympians: Tom Mellor '68, Tony Granato '83, David Tretowicz '87, Jim Campbell '91, Chris Therien '90, Mike Richter '85, Andrea Kilbourne-Hill '98, and Craig Conroy '90.

As of the first week in December the Northwood Midget team stands at 8-3-1 and will be traveling to New Hampshire for two games as well as the Brook/Pingree Tournament before attending the Stanstead Invitational in early January. Victories have come against the NJ Rockets “B,” CP Dynamo, Académie St-Louis, and Hoosac School thus far.

Returning players are found at every position. Returning in goal this year is tri-captain Chris Cooney (’11) and Erik Powell (’11) and on the blue line is Dan Paolillo (’11) and tri-captain Victor Dzenis (’11). The returning forwards includes Jack Nardiello (’11), Brian Hennessey (’12), and Travis Jeke (’11).

Incoming players on the blue line who have made an immediate impact include defensemen Andrew Nelson (’12), Alex Pfund (’12), and John Regnart (’12). Forwards who have played large roles include tri-captain Fred Linge (’11) and his brother Christian Linge (’12) as well as Olli Viita (’12), Sam Akins (’11), Hayden Town (’13), and Robbie Hennessey (’14).

Stanstead College – Stanstead, Que.

The 2010-2011 Spartan season outlook can be characterized by essentially one word: change. Former head coach Chris LaPerle has moved on to join the coaching staff at McGill University, while former assistant coach and Coordinator of Hockey Programs James Rioux has been appointed new head coach. Rioux begins his tenth season with the program and eagerly awaits the new challenge. The new coaching staff is rounded out with the addition of former JV coach Jason Corcoran and former player Thomas Perretta ’06, who recently graduated from Franklin Pierce University. Moreover, this year’s team includes a completely different line-up, for last year’s MPHL divisional champions included no fewer than 12 seniors who have since moved on to junior hockey or college. Needless to say, the team will take on a very different look this year but should remain competitive and exciting to watch.

When asked what to expect this year, Rioux said: “I am very excited with the new challenge that awaits us this season. Our new recruits are absolutely phenomenal individuals with tremendous character. We will be slightly younger this season, particularly on defense. However, our new guys bring a mix of grit, speed and humility that should allow us to compete in every game. We also have a good nucleus of veterans returning, as well as sound goaltending. I have every reason to be positive about this group of boys.”

The breakdown:

The team includes four veteran forwards in Pietro Antonelli, Swann Boisvert, Raphael Lacerte and captain Maxime Ruel. All four of these boys bring much experience and should be poised for their best seasons ever at the school. Youngsters Carl St-Jean, Lucas Zwaagstra and Elric Boisvert move up from our JV program and bring added depth to our group of forwards. Both Zwaagstra and St- Jean practiced with the team last year and also dressed in a handful of games.

New forward recruits include Dylan Gareau (Richmond, ON), Mark Jankowski (Hamilton, ON), Andrew Leslie (New Canaan, CT), Justin Charbonneau (Bromont, QC), Joey Champigny (East Angus, QC) and Dallas Blacksmith (Waswanipi, QC). In particular, Gareau will be expected to contribute significantly up front, for he joins us from the Kanata Stallions Junior A organization, where he played last season as a 16-year-old. All of these boys bring a myriad of skill, speed and intelligence that will allow us to dress four capable lines every game.

For the second consecutive season the defensive core includes five new defensemen. They are: Kevin Millejours (Welland, ON), Brian Taylor (Kanata, ON), Justin Lafleur (Gatineau, QC), Hayden Chisholm (Sammamish, WA) and Jonas Fredriksson (Ostersund, Sweden). Assistant captain Pierre-Alexandre Aucoin will lead this defensive core. Youngster Spencer Martin will push our top six and provide some added depth on the blue line.

Our goaltending includes two returning players. Both Felix Larrivée and Simon-Pierre Boulos return for their senior years. Larrivée stands out in particular, for he finished last season with some of the best numbers in the entire league. The team also welcomes big man Sebastian Charpentier from Stockholm, Sweden. He joins us after playing for AIK Stockholm. At 6’02” and 200 pounds, Sebastian is an imposing goalie physically and should push both returning players for the starting job.

In our second season in the MPHL, the team looks to build on last year’s success. Our division will be very tight but we are looking forward to the opportunity. We will continue to practice a puck possession game and hopefully be as exciting as ever to watch.

As of December 15, the team’s record stands at 17 wins, 7 losses and 1 tie. Our Midwest Prep Hockey League record stands at 3-5-1. The season highlight was winning the Tilton School Annual Northeast Showcase Tournament by defeating New Hampton School 2-0 in the semi-final and host Tilton 2-1 in the championship final. Stanstead finished 2010 with a strong showing at the Philips Exeter Invitational. The boys earned two wins (New Hampton School 5-4) and (Brewster Academy 9-4) and lost a close one to Wyoming Seminary 3-2.  All in all it was a strong team-building weekend allowing the team to finish the first half of the season on a very positive note.

The team is excited to finally be playing at home again. It will be a great weekend for the entire squad but especially for returning seniors and local players. We look forward to the challenge.

 Cégep de Sainte-Foy – Sainte-Foy, Quebec


L'équipe de hockey des Dynamiques du Cégep de Sainte-Foy a débuté sa première saison à l'automne 2007. Formée de 25 joueurs, l'équipe évolue régulièrement aux USA contre divers ‘’prep schools’’ et équipes Junior dans le but d’offrir à l ’étudiant-athlète une pratique régulière et compétitive du hockey sur glace à l ’intérieur des cadres du système d ’éducation. Le programme de hockey des Dynamiques du cégep Sainte-Foy demeure une alternative au réseau de développement habituel en plus d’offrir une visibilité continue vis-à-vis les différentes universités américaines et canadiennes pour ses étudiants-athlètes.

Les joueurs du programme ont le privilège d'évoluer dans un  environnement sain, où le développement complet de la personne est mis en avant plan dans le seul but de les rendre progressivement maître de leur cheminement et de leurs comportements.

Au fil des quatre premières éditions de l’équipe de hockey, à travers divers tournois, showcases et parties hors-concours, l'équipe a accumulé à ce jour, un dossier de 192 victoires, 50 défaites et 18 parties nulles sous la direction de l’entraîneur-chef monsieur Christian La Rue.

To date this season, the team has a record of 18-5-3.  At Tilton’s Thanksgiving Tournament, Sainte-Foy lost to the host first team 2-1 in a shootout. The Dynamiques lineup includes 14 new recruits this year.

The Hill Academy - Vaughan, Ont.


Hill Pride Athletics are a crucial part of the life of a Hill Academy student-athlete. Students currently are offered men’s and women’s hockey, men’s lacrosse, and men’s and women’s volleyball. Hill Pride Athletics are built around skill development, team play, and discipline through sport. The Hill Academy believes that the lessons and disciplines that student-athletes learn through sports can be transferred into the challenges that are thrown at them later in life. Hill Pride Athletics are run by the highest caliber of athletic directors, providing the perfect athletic atmosphere for student-athletes to grow and improve. Welcome to Hill Pride Athletics!


There are three hockey teams at The Hill Academy: Hill Prep, Hill Varsity and Hill Women’s Hockey. The Hill Academy Prep team, in its inaugural season, is one of the top teams in North America. Through December 15, the team has posted a 29-4 record, including The Boston Junior Bruins Shootout championship and finalists in the Compuware/HoneyBaked Invitational.

The team is very young and is made up mainly of 1994 birth years, with one 1995 and a couple 1993s. Nine of The Hill Academy players have been drafted into the OHL, and one (Ryan Lomberg) has committed to Maine for 2012.

The Hill Academy Prep team is coached by Lindsay Hofford and Frank Pietrangelo.



Hoosac School - Hoosick, NY


Hoosac School is a coeducational school located in Hoosick, NY nestled in the Green Mountains on the border of Vermont. Hoosac has provided students with an opportunity to further their education since 1889 and has maintained its community-oriented feeling by keeping enrolment small. 


Hoosac's hockey program has flourished over the last decade, winning the NEPSIHA championship in 2007, reaching the finals in 2005 and the quarter-finals in both
2003 and 2006. In 2009-2010 Hoosac finished with a record of 19-10-5. Currently, Hoosac graduates are playing at NCAA programs such as Bowdoin, Skidmore, New England College, Assumption and Plymouth State. In 2009-2010 a Hoosac graduate became the first alum to be named to the NCAA All-American team.

Key returning players include Mathieu Carpentier in goal and Charles Cote on defence.  New additions looking to make an impact are Jon Gorman on defense, as well as Tommy Carlaccini and Ryne Glazier at forward.  Hoosac recently returned from the Shadyside Academy Tournament where they finished with a 2-1-1 record.

Rice Memorial High School - Burlington, Vt.


The Knights currently boast a 28-3-1 record through the first half of the season, with recent wins over Pomfret School, Bridgton Academy and North Yarmouth Academy. The Knights are led by senior forwards Frederic Poirier (St-Thérèse, QC), Maxime Drolet (L’Ancienne-Lorette, QC), who have 36 points each, and William Côté (Quebec City, QC), with 33 points. Senior defenseman Jack Strowbridge (Lunenburg, NS) leads all defensemen with 20 points. Post-graduate goalies Brandon Lane (Oakville, ON) and Spencer Sodokoff (Greenwich, CT) have been stellar in net for the Knight with three shutouts apiece. Lane boasts a 12-2-1 record with a 1.80 goals against average and .940 save percentage, while Sodokoff is 16-1 with 1.53 GAA and a .936 save percentage.


Other key returners for Rice Memorial are senior forward Steve Gonyaw (Monteplelier, VT), who has 25 points on the season, and forwards Matus Horniacek (Ganovce, Slovakia) and Nic Strowbridge (Lunenburg, NS). Adding to a solid returning group are post-graduate forwards Albert Abaunza (Rockaway, NJ, 28 points), Devon Duarte (Parsippany, NJ, 21 points in 23 games), and Devin Loe (Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 17 points in 11 games). Sophomore Alexander Alexandrov (St. Petersburg, Russia, 19 points in 26 games) and juniors Taylor Lovely (Essex, VT) and Gabriel Rivest (St-Augastin de Desmaures, QC) add depth to the offense, while incoming defensemen Eddie Denis (Paspebiac, QC), William Plamondon (Quebec City, QC), Nico Daly (Vaudreuil, QC), and Ben Wetmiller (Sarasota, FL) solidify the blue line.

Although Rice Memorial Prep Hockey team is in only its second season, Rice Memorial has been a prominent fixture in the Vermont community since the early 1900s. Rice, a coeducational Roman Catholic School serving the greater Burlington area, was opened February 1, 1959 by Bishop Joyce to replace the aging Cathedral High School. The new school and buildings were named for Bishop Joseph Rice who had established Cathedral High School in 1917. The school is accredited by the New England Association of School and Colleges and the Vermont State Department of Education. Rice offers a varied and challenging program, which emphasizes academic excellence, as well as personal, social and spiritual growth. Rice encourages each student to be a motivated and constructive member of society.



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