Maine HS Hockey: Class B Poll

Nathan Fournier
Nathan Fournier
Nathan has been covering college, junior, and high school hockey for the last six years for numerous publications. You can follow him on Twitter @jrhockeywriter.

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Maine Class B Boys Poll

Class B     
5Camden Hills301
10Presque Isle221

*Updated 12/30/13


In Class B we have two undefeated teams in Eastern Class B.


Messalonskee is showing why they are arguably the best team in the state regardless of class with their 5-0-0 start. Two of their wins are against Class A powers in Bangor and Falmouth. They opened the season with a 3-2 victory over the Rams of Bangor. While their 7-2 victory over the defending Class A State Champions Falmouth sent shock waves across the state.


They picked up victories over John Bapst and Lawrence/Skowhegan, both were 8-2 victories while beating Presque Isle 5-2.


Waterville has made the transition to Class B very smoothly as they are 3-0-1 on the young season. They picked up 2-0 victories over Old Town/Orono and Winslow. They also defeated Westbrook and scored a touchdown against Camden Hills in a 6-6 tie.


Waterville meets Messalonskee in Waterville on the second day of the new year.


In Western B, Camden Hills is also undefeated with a 3-0-1 start. They swept Leavitt with 12-1 and 10-0 victories while earning a 8-0 shutout against Gardiner.


Gorham has adjusted to Class B very nicely as they are off to a 4-1-0 start. They defeated  former Class A foes Portland/Deering and Biddeford. They also defeated Yarmouth 5-3 and Maranacook/Winthrop 2-1.


The lone loss was to the Scarborough Red Storm of Class A.


Kennebunk another team that moved to Class B is off to a good start. Its victories were against Bonny Eagle, Greely and Leavitt. They earned a 1-1 tie with Yarmouth. They were also going to complete season series with Greely but Mother Nature had other plans.


Yarmouth‘s big win so far has been over Class A opponent Brunswick which was a 5-4 victory in overtime.


In Eastern A, Brewer has victories over Hampden and Old Town/Orono while dropping a game to Bangor.


Hampden has defeated John Bapst and Houlton while earning a 3-3 tie against Presque Isle.


The Wildcats of Presque Isle two wins so far have been to Lawrence/Skowhegan and rival Houlton/Hodgdon.


Defending Class B champion Greely is off to a slow start. They don’t have the firepower like last season, but they should find their stride in the second half of the season.¬† The lone victory has been over Maranacook/Winthrop which was a 4-2 final. They dropped a 5-1 loss to Kennebunk while earning a 4-4 tie with Cape Elizabeth.


One honorable mention, despite Cape Elizabeth not having any victories so far in this young season, they have been in every game except for a 10-2 loss to Falmouth. They suffered 3-2 losses to Brunswick and Cheverus both Class A opponents, and perennial Western Class B power York. They are playing a competitive schedule which should help them when playoffs come around.

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