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2006

Seacoast won the title.

In the quarterfinals, Deke Davidson scored one goal and handed out two assists and Kyle Sousa had a goal and an assist as Seacoast downed the Knights 7-1; and No. 11 and Dylan Leblanc (one assist) scored third-period goals to give the Railers a 5-4 decision over the Patriots – Maxx Corradi with a goal and an assist in the win and Dan Menyalkin two goals and Ryan Ferguson two assists in the loss.

In the semifinals, Jake Pleau scored one goal and set up another as Seacoast trimmed the Warriors 5-3 – Jacob Dour with two goals and Blake Stuzynski two assists in the loss; and the Railers edged the Advantage 3-2.

In the final, Tanner Patalas’ second goal of the game, Sousa assisting on both, came with 4:49 left and gave Seacoast a 2-1 decision over the Railers.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Kyle Sousa, Seacoast

 

2007

The Advantage won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Dan Hugo’s second goal of the game came in overtime and gave Seacoast a 5-4 decision over the Railers -- Trevor Pellechia with two goals and an assist and Matt Bjorkman two assists in the loss; and No. 22 scored with 9:26 left in OT to give Casco Bay a 2-1 decision over the Warriors.

In the semifinals, the Advantage edged Casco Bay 5-4; and Clinton Sousa had a goal and an assist as Seacoast nipped Assabet 3-2.

In the title game, Jack McDonough scored four goals and Harry Minussi had a goal and two assists as the Advantage defeated Seacoast 7-2.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Jack McDonough, Advantage

 

2008

The Advantage won the title.

In the quarterfinals, the Patriots downed the Giants 4-1; and the Americans shaded the Warriors 4-3.

In the semifinals, Conal Mulkerrin scored twice, Noah Survilas had a goal and an assist and Nate Kenney two assists as the Advantage topped the Americans 4-1; and Alex Legault pitched a shutout and Kirk Keenan scored in the first period of the Patriots’ 2-0 victory over Seacoast.

In the final, Casey Mutryn had a goal and an assist and Reed Enders snapped a 1-1 tie with 44 seconds left in the second period as the Advantage trimmed the Patriots 3-1.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Casey Mutryn, Advantage

 

2009

The Railers took home the crown.

In the quarterfinals, Jake Kennedy and Cam Bartfield both scored a goal and set up each other in the first period and Chase Green scored what turned out to be the winner in the second period as the Wizards defeated the Rifles 4-2; and Adam Lopashanski, who had two assists during regulation, scored with 3:48 left in overtime to give Seacoast a 4-3 decision over the Warriors.

In the semis, Gerum scored with 8:34 left in overtime to give the Railers a 3-2 decision over the Wizards; and Landon Nickulas had a goal and an assists to helper the Advantage past Seacoast 5-1.

In the championship game, Nicosian scored what proved to be the winner with 45 seconds left in the second period as the Railers trimmed the Advantage 5-3.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Gerum, Railers

 

2010

The Advantage won the championship.

In the quarterfinals, Josh Tobin scored what turned out to be the winner with 7:08 left, Shaun Farrell scored twice. Kyle Greeley posted a goal and an assist and Rocco Manolakis had two assists as the Advantage edged the Americans 5-3 – Jameson Needham with two goals in the loss; and the Warriors defeated Seacoast 8-3.

In the semifinals, Cieran Lombard dished out three assists and Farrell scored twice as the Advantage topped the Rifles 6-4 – Whitaker Zinger with two goals and two assists and Braden Linskey two assists in the loss and Colin Walsh scored five goals, two of them 25 seconds apart, Jack Ables had a goal and an assist and Drew Short two assists as the Patriots topped the Warriors 11-3 – Grady Stickney with two goals in the loss.

In the title game, Farrell’s second goal of the game came in overtime and gave the Advantage a 3-2 decision over the Patriots.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Shaun Farrell, Advantage

 

2011

The Advantage won the Mite title.

In the semifinals, Ben Wainwright scored four goals and set up another, Cormac Murray posted two goals and an assist, Flynn Cox came through with a goal and two assists, Brayden Campanale also scored twice and Deacon Brackett had a goal and an assist as the Advantage scored a big win over Seacoast; and Gavin Donnelly scored with 3:27 left in overtime to give the Patriots a 4-3 decision over the Americans — Cole Munroe with two goals and an assist in the win and Dustin Serra two goals and Noah Sica a goal and an assist in the loss.

In the final, Wainwright’s second goal of the game, with 6:52 left in overtime, gave the Advantage a 4-3 decision over the Patriots – Tommy Skayne with a goal and an assist in the win and Joe Dolcimascolo two assists in the loss.

 

PLAYOFF MVP: Ben Wainwright, Advantage

 

-– MIKE SHALIN, mshalin@valley-associates.com