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2019 Boys Shriners Hockey Classic Set For Sunday

The 10th Annual Massachusetts State Hockey Coaches Association All-Star Game presented by the Shriners will be held on Sunday, March 31st at 4:10pm at the Canton Ice House.

Admission will be $11 and proceeds will benefit the Shriners Hospital for Children. The 7th Annual Girls All Star Game will start the day at 2pm. Admission is good for both games. Tickets will be available at the Canton Ice House ticket booth. Doors open at 1:30pm

“These games are a terrific opportunity for the elite Massachusetts high school hockey players to showcase their talents in front of scouts and fans alike,” said Game Director Peter Simmons. “Aleppo Shriners take great pride in partnering with the Mass High School Hockey Coaches Association and presenting the All-Star game as it brings high school hockey talent in one place for a terrific exhibition.”

Here are the team rosters:

Boys North Shriners Roster

NoPlayer NamePositionHeightWeightSchool
2Keith BurkeD5'11"175Woburn HS
3Brendan DonovanF5'9"150Reading HS
4Nick FelicianoF5'9"155Stoneham HS
5John DiFilippoF5'10"160Lynn Jets
6Michael MucciD5'9"160Westford Acad.
7Michael DrewF5'11"165Winchester HS
8Timothy FarleyF6'1"165St. John's (S)
9Tyler RaposaD5'11"170St. John's Prep
10Chris RooneyF5'9"170Catholic Memorial
11Jake SitakD6'2"170North Andover HS
12Kyle OuelletteD5'11"172St. Mary's Lynn
13Colin ReddyF5'10"175St. Mary's Lynn
14JT LogueF6'0"180Waltham HS
15Thomas HassettF5'9"185Lowell HS
16Luke MurphyD6'1"185Watertown HS
17Jackson HornungD6'1"190Ashland HS
18Frankie LinsoD6'1"190Boston Latin
19Matthew SchuhwerkF6'0"194Andover HS
20Cameron O'BrienF5'11"200Hudson HS
21Brian CloughertyF6'5"205Lynn Jets
22Joe LaporeF6'0"225Winchester HS
30Michael StaffiereG5'9"155Canton HS
33Patrick CoteG5'10"160Lowell HS
35Henry O'BrienG5'11"185Catholic Memorial

Coach: Paul Sacco – Stoneham HS

Boys South Shriners Roster

NoPlayer NamePositionHeightWeightSchool
2Owen ManningF5'6"140Whitman-Hanson
3Patrick PageD5'9"145Southeastern Reg.
4Aidan FlynnF5'6"147Braintree HS
5Caleb IkkelaF5'10"155Bishop Stang
6Max CocchiF5’7"160Pope Francis
7William CoteD5'6"160Dartmouth HS
8Michael PitocchelliF5'9"160Xaverian
9Michael TersoniF5' 8"160Framingham HS
10Kevin BuckleyD6'0"165Marshfield HS
11Makem DemersF5”11"170Pope Francis
12Jeremy SouzaF5'10"170Braintree HS
13Thomas ChmielewskiF6'1"180Needham HS
14Trent KamkeD5'10"180Needham HS
15Jack VenturelliD6'1"185Duxbury HS
16Josh BartonF6'1"195Xaverian
17PJ DonahueD5'10''195BC High
18Thomas KramerF6'1"195BC High
19Griffin LynchD6'0"195Quincy HS
20Jake HigginsD6' 2"200Hingham HS
21Will KenneyF6' 4"220Hingham HS
22Ryan NolteA6'0"170Canton HS
30Conner HarkinsG5'8"155Bridgewater-Raynham
33Brett BorgesG6'1"175Coyle & Cassidy
35Kevin ChandlerG6'2"175Hanover HS

Coach: Mike McCosh – Plymouth South

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