Connecticut Boys Division 2 Top 10
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And now, No. 1 is the only one left.
After a week in which two undefeated Division 2 teams took a fall, Wethersfield-Middletown-Rocky Point remains the lone perfect team across all divisions in Connecticut boys hockey, and retains the top spot in this week’s HNIB News Connecticut Division 2 rankings. The Eagles took down Watertown-Pomperaug in their lone game last week, and face a huge game this week against a red-hot Farmington Valley squad.
Branford continues to rise toward reclaiming the top spot it had to start the season, but the Hornets have to settle for No. 2 this week after also beating Watertown-Pomperaug while skating to a tie with North Haven. Branford faces North Branford and Woodstock in the upcoming days.
Speaking of Farmington Valley, the Generals ran their win streak to seven after taking care of South Windsor and slot in at No. 3. FV’s only action this week is the Saturday showdown with WMRP
Among the previously unbeaten, No. 4 Daniel Hand fell to Sheehan in a wild 6-5 battle, while No. 5 Westhill-Stamford was stopped by Ridgefield. Hand takes on JBWA this week, while W-S meets with Darien and Trinity Catholic.
The next five teams in the rankings all held their spots from a week ago.
No. 6 North Haven also beat North Branford in addition to the tie with Branford, and now the Indians gets Fairfield Warde/Ludlowe and Cheshire.
No. 7 Trumbull rolled past St. Joseph, and matches up with Greenwich and North Branford. As for No. 8 Cheshire, the Rams swept past North Branford and West Haven and have a busy upcoming week with South Windsor, Immaculate and North Haven on the schedule.
A combination of snow and flu kept both No. 9 Woodstock Academy and No. 10 Eastern Connecticut off the ice last week. Woodstock had an early Monday game with Housatonic-Northwest-Wamogo-Torrington, and later in the week takes on Branford. The Eagles have a lone midweek game with Tri-Town.