Gary Demopoulos

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Gary Demopoulos has been covering prep school hockey for the HNIB News for over 30 years, and has been the editor of the HNIB News since 2005. A former sportswriter and news editor at the Woburn (MA) Daily Times Chronicle, he has been the HNIB News' key reporter for Mens Prep School hockey since 1988, as well as womens hockey, both at the prep school and high school levels. for almost 20 years. Gary also helps organize and oversee HNIB's many summer tournaments and festivals for scholastic players.

Keller Division Preview

Nobles Offense Will Be Potent NOBLES (20-7-1) A strong returning cast has the Bulldogs excited about big things this winter. “Our offense should take care of itself, but how well we play on the defensive side of the puck coupled with how smart we play with the puck will determine how...

Founders League Preview

The Founders League boast several of the top teams in New England once again, including defending New England champions Salisbury (Elite) and Loomis Chaffee (Large School)...

Mass. D-1 Girls Final Poll: Different place, same result for Duxbury

  After winning three straight Mass. Division II titles, Duxbury opted to make the move up to Division I this winter. There was little doubt the Dragons would be very competitive at their new level, but there were some observers who wanted to see how they would fare moving up.   It...

Mass. D-2 Girls Final Poll: Westwood excels in post-season run

Ousted in the semifinals the previous two seasons, the Westwood girls were not to be denied in 2013-2014, winning the school's first-ever state title.   The Wolverines saved their best for last, blitzing Wellesley, 6-2, in the championship game at TD Garden.   That Wellesley team, #1 in the HNIB News poll heading...

Mass. Girls D-1 Championship: Duxbury nets first D-1 crown; fourth straight overall

Sure, Duxbury had won the three previous state titles at the Division II level, but there were still some out there saying that it wasn't Division I. This season, the Dragons opted to move up to D-1. Well, the few critics that were out there have nothing to say any...

Mass. Girls D-2 State Final: Westwood takes top prize

  All season long, despite the offensive flash it possessed, Westwood needed on several occasions to come away with some low-scoring victories.   "We laughed about it in practice," said coach Justin DeSorgher. "I said  to Kelly (Healey) and Kim (Egizi), 'can the team blow somebody out for once?' We do have...

Mass. D-2 Boys Championship: Beverly wins its first State title

Sometimes, the slightest bounces of the puck are the deciding factors in a hockey game. Even a state championship hockey game.   Beverly was the recipient of one-such fortuitous bounce early in the third period.  Connor Irving corralled a loose puck to the left of Medfield goalie Dan Graham and flipped...

New Hampshire Girls State Final: High five for Hanover

The Dynasty continues.   Hanover won its fifth straight New Hampshire Girls state final on Saturday morning, defeating Berlin-Gorham, 5-1, in a game held at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester.   The Marauders dominated throughout, outshooting the Mountaineers by a 40-9 margin.   A four-goal second period outburst was the difference.   Five different players  had...

Mass. Girls D-2 State Final Preview: Wellesley, Westwood a toss-up

When the puck is dropped Sunday morning at 9am for the MIAA Girls Division II state championship game, it will pit two teams that are similar in many ways.   Both second-seeded Wellesley (20-1-3) and Westwood (15-2-5) won their leagues this winter, Wellesley taking the Bay State Herget Division, while Westwood...
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