Connecticut HS Hockey – Division 3 Top 8: Conard Knocks Off Newington To Keep #1 Spot

Doug Bonjour
Doug Bonjour
Doug Bonjour joined Hockey Night in Boston in November 2022. He has covered high school and college sports in Connecticut for more than a decade, including stints as the UConn women’s basketball and UConn football beat reporter for Hearst Connecticut Media. During his time reporting on the 11-time national champion Huskies, he covered three NCAA Final Fours. He previously was a general assignment reporter for GameTimeCT and the Connecticut Post, and covered high school sports statewide, including boys hockey. Prior to that he was the managing/sports editor for the Westport News and Norwalk Citizen community weekly newspapers. He also has written for the Associated Press and New York Times. He graduated from Hofstra University in 2008 with a degree in print journalism.

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Sure, Conard lost to Wethersfield, but the Red Wolves also beat Newington. Therefore, they remain the #1 team in the latest HNIB News Connecticut Division III Top 8. 

Newington stays at #2 following its 3-2 overtime loss to Conard.

#3 Masuk, winner of 10 straight, keeps rolling along. 

#4 New Milford put up a nine-spot on Milford Co-op.

#5 Hall is 6-1 over its last seven games. If only it could beat rival Conard.

#6 JBWA‘s biggest strength right now might be its goaltending. The co-op has allowed only six goals in its last four games. 

Enfield/EG/Stafford drops to #7 after losing to Newington. 

Tri-Town maintains its hold on the #8 spot. 

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