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Hub City Day 2: Busy Day Sees Great Competition On Seven Ice Sheets

By USPHL Staff, 01/08/21, 10:15AM EST


What a day! There were 13 games at the Hub City Tampa event in the NCDC, USPHL Premier and USPHL Elite Divisions. 

Three of the six NCDC games were one-goal contests, and there was one major upset when standings are taken into account. 



South Shore Kings 3, Northern Cyclones 2 (SO)

For the second straight day, the Kings were able to puck up a win in a tight and physical game. The shootout went the standard three aside, and three goals were scored, with Kyle Tomaso standing with the game-deciding shootout goal. 


Rockets Hockey Club 4, Twin City Thunder 3

Sacred Heart University recruit Jake Bongo posted a pair of goals and two assists as well as the Rockets fought off a tough comeback attempt. 


Boston Advantage 7, Philadelphia Hockey Club 1

Dante Moretti, with two goals, was one of six goal-scorers for the Advantage in this big win. 


Connecticut Jr. Rangers 6, Islanders Hockey Club 3

A four-goal game by Andrey Levushkin was key to the Rangers beating one of the top squads in the North Division.


Boston Junior Bruins 5, P.A.L. Jr. Islanders 4 (OT) 

Northeastern University commit Jackson Dorrington scored the overtime game-winner after P.A.L. had scored two unanswered third period goals to force the OT. 


Utica Jr. Comets 5, New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs 2

Walter Baumann collected a 1-2-3 line and Cameron Whitehead made 38 saves on 40 shots for a big opening victory for the Jr. Comets. 


USPHL Premier

PWHPA All-Stars 5, Tampa Bay Juniors 2 (exh.) 

Abby Roque, Hayley Scamurra, Dani Cameranesi, Jincy Dunne and Nicole Schammel all lit the lamp in the second period, as the PWHPA stormed back and won 5-3 in their ‘Hub City Tampa’ opener. (from Women’s Ice Hockey Tribune)


Islanders Hockey Club 7, Jersey Hitmen 4

Ryan Barrett (2-2-4) and Chase Conlon (0-5-5) were leaders for the Islanders as they scored five unanswered goals in the third. 


Northern Cyclones 6, New York Aviators 3

Six different goal-scorers and 13 total point-scorers got in on the action. 


P.A.L. Jr. Islanders 3, San Diego Sabers 1

John King had the game-winning goal and assisted on the insurance for the Isles. 


Twin City Thunder 4, Connecticut Jr. Rangers 3

Alex Ray had the second period game-winner as the Thunder had to then fend off three unanswered Rangers goals for the win. 


Boston Junior Bruins 6, Utica Jr. Comets 2

Ryan Decker had two goals and one assist, good for half the offense in the 6-2 win for the Junior Bruins. 



Islanders Hockey Club 7, Jersey Hitmen 0

Jason Melanson scored two of the seven goals, and Austin Gilbert stopped all 17 shots in net. 


Northern Cyclones 6, New York Aviators 1

The Cyclones’ Nick Super posted a 1-2-3 line.