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Zach Robert, Massena (MVP)

Year: Senior

Height: 6-0

Stats: 6 goals, 17 assists

College/Junior plans: Clarkson

Quote: He’s a power forward, a physical, on-ice presence. He creates a lot of turnovers through his physicality, especially in the neutral zone. He has great leadership qualities both on and off the ice. - Mike Trimboli, Massena coach.

Luke Arquiett, St. Lawrence

Year: Sophomore

Height: 5-9

Stats: 24 goals, 25 assists

College/Junior plans: undecided

Quote: His greatest asset is he makes players around him better. He’s a very unselfish player with the puck. He puts in time away from the rink and it shows in his game. - Mickey Locke, SLC coach.

Brandon Mullin, OFA

Year: Senior

Height: 5-10

Stats: 21 goals, 10 assists

College/Junior plans: juniors

Quote: He was a good skater but had the ability to score at any time in the game. He had a strong instinct and great hands. - Jon Frederick, OFA coach.


Jay Proulx, Canton

Year: Senior

Height: 6-0.

Stats: 2 goals, 6 assists

College/Junior plans: SUNY Morrisville (football)

Quote: He’s a four-year starter and a solid defenseman. He’s the kind of defenseman (a goalie) wants to play in front of. He’s your prototypical defensive-defenseman. - Randy Brown, Canton coach.

Brandon Short, Norwood-Norfolk

Year: Senior.

Height: 6-0

Stats: 6 goals, 15 assists

College/junior plans: juniors

Quote: He was the backbone of our defense and one of the strongest players on our team. Nobody put up huge numbers against us. - Paul Durant, N-N coach


Jake Watson, Canton

Year: Senior

Height: 5-10

Stats: 2.06 GAA, .930 save percentage

College/junior plans: prep school or juniors

Quote: It’s time for him to move on, he’s done everything he can here. This is just step one of the (future) process. He’s very athletic and fundamentally strong. - Randy Brown, Canton coach.

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