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Mass. Boys HS: Western Mass. Top 10 – Crazy Week Sees Much Movement

Western Mass.Top 10

RankTeamPR*WLT
1Greenfield61720
2Minnechaug21070
3Wahconah71431
4West Springfield11370
5Longmeadow3793
6Westfield5685
7Amherts/Pelham41243
8East Longmeadow9882
9South Hadley/Granby81071
10Chicopee9973

After a crazy week in Western Mass., Greenfield and Wahconah Regional are big movers up in the HNIB News Western. Mass Top 10.

Wins over ranked clubs Amherst/Pelham and Longmeadow vault Greenfield (17-2-0) all the way to the top spot. The Green Wave has now won 10 straight games.

#2 Minnechaug (10-7-0) holds steady, even after a loss to CMass heavy Grafton/BVT.

Wahconah (14-3-1) jumps up to #3, having won five straight games.

West Springfield (13-7-0) has now lost three in a row as the Terriers drop to the No. 4 spot this week.

Longmeadow (7-9-3) split a pair of contests this week, dropping Agawam, 9-1, before losing to Northbridge, 5-1.

Westfield (6-8-5) beat East Longmeadow, 3-1 in their lone game of the week.

Amherst-Pelham (12-4-3) had a busy week, tying Chicopee twice before falling to Greenfield, 1-0. They move down a few pegs.

East Longmeadow (8-8-2) moves up a spot after knocking off then top-ranked West Springfield.  The Spartans split two other contests, losing to Westfield before beating St. Peter-Marian.

South Hadley (10-7-1) split a pair of games on the week, falling to Wahconah before rebounding with a win over Chicopee Comp.

Chicopee (9-7-3) tied Amherst twice this past week before getting doubled-up by Ludlow, 4-2 on Saturday.

Chris Kyne

Chris Kyne

Chris Kyne is a hockey devotee who has spent most of his life playing, coaching, and writing about hockey. The 2019-2020 season is Chris' first year covering Central and Western Mass. hockey for Hockey Night in Boston. Chris has spent the past five years covering hockey and other sports for the Worcester Telegram. He is currently in his 14th season as an assistant coach with the Fitchburg State University Men's Ice Hockey team. Chris also is a Learn to Skate instructor for the Peak Performance program in Fitchburg. Chris grew up in Waterford, CT where he played youth hockey, before playing Jr. A hockey for the Connecticut Jr. Whalers. Chris graduated from the University of Connecticut where earned a Communications degree, while also covering sports for the Daily Campus. Chris currently works at Leominster High School, where he has spent the past 12 years as a history teacher. Chris lives in Sterling, MA with his wife Gabrielle, and his two daughters, Quinn (7) and Delaney (4), who both play hockey.
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