New Hampshire HS Hockey – Division 1 Top 10: Unbeaten No. 1 Concord Keeps On Rolling

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New Hampshire Boys D1 Top 10

3Bp. Guertin2411
5Bedford 3220
10Pinkerton 8440

No. 1 Concord (5-0-0; 7-0-0) continued to set the pace in New Hampshire Division One boys hockey, capping a three-win week by handling Keene on Saturday, 6-1, following up Wednesday’s shutout of Hanover. The Crimson Tide are scheduled to play Trinity Monday and head to Bedford Saturday.

No. 2 Exeter (2-0-1) shut out Pinkerton, 4-0 Saturday in it first league action in two weeks, The Blue Hawks trek to Hanover Tuesday and are home against Bow Saturday.

No. 3 Bishop Guertin (2-0-1; 4-1-1) defeated Bow, 4-2, Saturday and heads to Salem Wednesday.

No. 4 Hanover (3-1-0) gave Concord a go in that 2-0 loss then rebounded Saturday night with a 4-3-OT win against Londonderry. Jack Stadheim notched the game-winner for the Marauders.

No. 5 Bedford (2-0-0; 2-2-0) spends the week on the road with trips to Bow and Concord.

No. 6 Londonderry (4-2-0) looks to rebound from Saturday’s loss to Hanover against Bishop Brady Wednesday.

No. 7 Windham (4-1-0) has fashioned a four-game winning streak a since season-opening loss to Londonderry, showing mental toughness in three straight one-goal wins.

After pushing Bishop Guertin hard, No. 8 Bow (2-2-0; 2-3-0) takes on Bedford Wednesday and visits Exeter Saturday.

No. 9 Manchester (1-1-0, 4-1-0) will be looking to make some noise this week against Nashua North/Souhegan and Bishop Brady, teams with a combined 1-7-0 record.

No. 10 Pinkerton (2-4-0; 4-4-0) wraps up this week’s rankings.

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  1. Just wanted to update the Bedford high record as of 01-08-22. Their record is 5-2-0. Having just beaten oyster river 4-2 on Saturday the 8th. Sophomore Dominic Taglioferro (2) and junior Brendan Thornton (2) senior PJ Costa with 2 assists


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