All summer long, MSG Varsity brings you a recap of the past year in Long Island’s top high school sports. We’ll publish a new “Year in Review” article every Thursday. Next up, we look back at the year that was in Long Island ice hockey.
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CHSAA CHAMINADE FLYERS Coach: Jack Moran 2015 record: 15-3 Key players Jack Zullo, G, Sr. Liam Connors, A, Sr. Alex Alacqua, M, Sr. Joe Carney, M, Sr. Frank Tangredi, M, Jr. Outlook: Deeply talented team is looking to repeat as NYSCHSAA Class AAA champions behind Notre Dame-bound Zullo, Connors
2016 ALL-LONG ISLAND ICE HOCKEY HONORABLE MENTION FORWARDS ARI VASILAKOPOULOS Smithtown GREG BARNYCH (Junior) St. Anthony's CHRIS PARISI (Junior) Chaminade TYLER ANZELONE Bellmore-Merrick ROSS MITTON (Sophomore) Portledge LARRY NILAND Long Beach LUCAS PARENTI Smithtown ANTHONY ZYLLER Smithtown
St. Anthony's remains atop the Long Island/New York City ice hockey power rankings after sweeping Chaminade to win the CHSHL Class A title.
While Sonny Milano, Brandon Fortunato, Charlie McAvoy and Ryan Hitchcock sang the national anthem after an 8-3 win over Sweden at Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, Finland, the impact was felt and continues to reverberate back home on Long Island.
Long Island’s version of the Winter Classic will take place when defending champions Chaminade and Portledge take to the outdoor ice in Locust Valley Monday at 4 p.m.
Portledge and Chaminade took their game outside. Find out where both programs are in this week's Long Island/New York City ice hockey power rankings.
Landolphi’s goal was the only scored in the shootout. He also helped set up Michael Hecht’s tying goal in the third period of a game was billed as Long Island’s Winter Classic by players from both teams who rarely get an opportunity to play outdoors.