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Mass. Boys HS: Western Mass. Top 10 – Chicopee, Minnechaug Move On Up

Western Mass.Top 10

RankTeamPR*WLT
1Longmeadow1331
2Westfield2243
3West Springfield3530
4Minnechaug6440
5Wahconah4411
6Amherst-Pelham5710
7Chicopee8510
8Belchertown7311
9Greenfield9410
10South Hadley10411

Longmeadow (3-3-1) finally returns to the ice on Friday when they take on No. 2 Westfield (2-4-3).  The Bombers strong strength of schedule keeps them in the second spot this week.

West Springfield (5-3-0) split a pair of games this week after they beat East Longmeadow and fell to Grafton.

Minnechaug (4-4-0) jumps up a spot this week after posting wins over Wahconah and Agawam this past week.

Wahconah (4-1-1) suffered their first loss of the season when they fell to Minnechaug, but responded nicely two days later with a 6-2 win over Mt. Everett.

Amherst-Pelham (7-1-0) beat Chicopee Comp., 5-1 to continue its winning ways.  The Hurricanes have outscored their opponents 31-10 to date.

Thanks to Trevor Seidell-Poirier’s hat trick, Chicopee (5-1) moves up a spot after a 3-0 win over Belchertown.  That was the first loss of the season for the Orioles (3-1-1).

Greenfield (4-1) has now won four in a row, thanks in large part to the strong play of Bryan Baumann.

South Hadley (4-1-1) hangs on to the final spot after edging Drury, 2-1, 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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