New Hampshire D1 Poll: Bp. Guertin, Bedford Start Fast

Kevin Doyle
Kevin Doyle
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New Hampshire D1 Poll

RankTeam[tooltip text="PR*" gravity="ne"]Previous Ranking[/tooltip]WLT
1Bishop Guertin1200
2Bedford3200
3Concord2100
4Manchester Memorial8300
5Pinkerton5210
6Londonderry6110
7Manchester CentralNR120
8Exeter4120
9Bp. Brady8120
10St. Thomas Aquinas10120

(Note: poll records include NH league games only)

Justin Pearson Bishop Guertin
Justin Pearson
Bishop Guertin

Defending champion No. 1 Bp. Guertin got its season off to a rousing start, breezing to victories against Manchester Central and Exeter by a combined 14-3 count. Senior Justin Pearson had seven goals in the first two games for the Cardinals, who make their annual trek to the Mount St. Charles Holiday Face-Off tournament this week.

No. 2 Bedford bumps up one spot after outscoring Pinkerton and Alvirne-Pelham by a combined 13-1 in its first two games. Griffin Gagne and Colin Voloshin are off to fast starts for the Bulldogs, who are taking part in the Bauer Holiday Classic that finishes on Monday. They blanked Manchester Central Saturday, 4-0.

Zach Pelletier Memorial
Zach Pelletier
Memorial

No. 3 Concord drops one spot through no fault of its own — the Crimson Tide has only played one pre-holiday game. Concord is also taking part in the Bauer Classic and rolled past Trinity Saturday, 6-2.

No. 4 Manchester Memorial jumps four spots, opening with three straight wins against Hanover, Trinity and Manchester Central behind the trio of Zach Pelletier, Jakob Poitras and Brendan Johnson. Memorial squeezed past Division 2 Bow Saturday at the Bauer, 2-1.

No. 5 Pinkerton sandwiched wins against St. Thomas Aquinas and Salem around a loss to Bedford and is participating in the Tuscan Blue Devil Classic that wraps up on Monday.

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