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MIAA Girls Division 2 Tournament Seedings, Pairings

Twenty-three teams will take part in the 2020 MIAA Girls Division 2 Tournament, led by two-time defending champ Wellesley, which garnered the top seed.

  1. Wellesley (19-1-0)
  2. Norwell (18-2-0)
  3. Canton (16-1-4)
  4. Dennis-Yarmouth (12-2-3)
  5. Sandwich (17-5-0)
  6. Ursuline Academy (13-3-4)
  7. Notre Dame (13-4-3)
  8. Algonquin/Hudson (13-4-3)
  9. Westwood (14-5-3)
  10. Natick (14-6-0)
  11. Bishop Fenwick (12-5-3)
  12. Falmouth (10-4-5)
  13. Dedham (11-7-2)
  14. Norwood (11-7-2)
  15. Cohasset/Hanover (9-6-3)
  16. Medfield/Norton (10-7-3)
  17. Bishop Stang (10-7-3)
  18. Burlington (10-8-2)
  19. Wakefield (8-8-4)
  20. Pembroke (8-10-2)
  21. Wilmington (7-10-3)
  22. Winchester (6-12-2)
  23. Leominster (4-14-2)

PRELIMINARY ROUND – Monday, February 24th

Game 2 — Bishop Stang (0) vs. Medfield/Norton (5)

Game 6 — Pembroke (1) vs. Dedham (6)

PRELIMINARY ROUND – Tuesday, February 25th

Game 10– Burlington (5) vs. Cohasset/Hanover (4)

Game 12 — Leominster (0) vs. Natick (13)

Game 14 — Wakefield (1) vs. Norwood (2)  (OT)

Game 16 — Winchester (5) vs. Bishop Fenwick (2)

PRELIMINARY ROUND – Wednesday, February 26th

Game 8 — Wilmington (1) vs. Falmouth (3)

FIRST ROUND – Saturday, February 29th

Game 17 — Medfield/Norton vs. Wellesley, Canton Ice House, 12pm

Game 18 — Westwood vs. Algonquin, Ryan Arena, 1:30pm

Game 19 — Dedham vs. Dennis-Yarmouth, Gallo Arena, 11am

Game 21 — Burlington vs. Norwell, Canton Ice House, 5:20pm

Game 23 — Norwood vs. Canton, Canton Ice House, 4pm

Game 24 — Winchester vs. Ursuline, Canton Ice House, 11:40am

FIRST ROUND – Sunday, March 1st

Game 20 — Falmouth vs. Sandwich, Gallo Arena, 11am

Game 22 — Natick vs. Notre Dame, Canton Ice House, 11:25am

QUARTERFINALS – TBA

SEMIFINALS – TBA

FINAL – March 15th – TD Garden

Jim Clark

Jim Clark

Jim Clark has covered Massachusetts high school hockey for three decades, and joins Hockey Night in Boston for the 2019-20 season. Previously he was the lead high school hockey writer for 19 years for the Boston Herald, where he also worked full-time on the copy desk in the sports department and served as the paper's high schools editor from 2000-06. Clark was honored by the Mass. State Hockey Coaches Association with its William Stewart Award for contributions to the sport in May 2019, and also received the Joel Perlmutter Award for media coverage in 2006. A graduate of UMass, he also spent eight years as sports editor and reporter for the Sentinel & Enterprise in Fitchburg, Mass.
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