New Hampshire Boys D1 Top 10
The poll remains static this week as NHIAA tournament play is for entertainment and exhibition purposes only – which doesn’t make it any less entertaining or revealing.
No. 4 Bedford remains undefeated in the history of the Brian C. Stone Memorial Christmas Hockey Tournament, claiming its fourth title with a snappy 4-3 win against D2 Goffstown, the Grizzlies’ first-ever title game appearance. Bulldogs’ sophomore Quinlan Kerr scored twice. In reality, the Bulldogs should be higher this week. We will see what happens next week.
Bedford also handled No. 1 Concord, 5-1, and No. 3 Hanover, 5-3, while Hanover (7-1) and Concord (6-1) both stopped No. 8 Trinity.
No. 5 Bishop Guertin made its annual trek to Rhode Island to measure itself in the Mount St. Charles Holiday Faceoff while No. 6 Windham and No. 7 Londonderry competed in the annual Tuscan Kitchen Blue Devils Classic.
NHIAA play resumes Jan. 2 with Pinkerton hosting Concord that night at 8:25 pm. There is a full slate of games set for the weekend.