F – Patrick Kramer, Jr., BC High
The Bridgewater native led the Eagles in scoring with 12 goals and 21 assists for 33 points while being named a Catholic Conference All-Star. Kramer gave his verbal commitment to Merrimack in January.
F – Ara Nazarian, Jr., Malden Catholic
A two-time All-State selection and the 2013 winner of our Mr. Hockey award, Nazarian again led the Lancers in scoring with 22 goals and 35 assists for 57 points – good for fifth in the state. The Boxford native is committed to the University of New Hampshire.
F – Tyler Sifferlen, Sr., Malden Catholic
Sifferlen became the fourth straight Lancer to win the Mr. Hockey award this season, while captaining MC to its fourth straight Super 8 championship. Seven of his team-high 25 goals came during the Super 8 tournament – leading all participants. The North Andover resident is committed to UMass-Lowell for the 2015-16 season.
D – Ryan Shea, Soph., BC High
The blue-liner finished second only to Patrick Kramer in points for the Eagles with 27 (4 G, 23). A two-year varsity player for BC High, Shea was a Catholic Conference All-Star and is considering offers from a host of Hockey East schools.
D – Nick Rolli, Sr., Malden Catholic
A contributor to each of the Lancers’ four straight Super 8 championship teams, Rolli finished with six goals and 21 assists for 27 points this season. The Stoneham native is exploring post-graduate year playing opportunities for next season.
G – Bailey MacBurnie, Sr., St. Mary’s (Lynn)
Led all Division 1 goaltenders with seven shutouts this season while finishing in the top five with a goals against average of 1.75, as well as a save percentage of 92.6.
F – Bobo Carpenter, Jr., Austin Prep
Carpenter led the Cougars in goals (23) and points (34) while helping them to a second straight Super 8 finals appearance. The North Reading native is committed to Boston University and is also a standout on AP’s lacrosse team.
F – Peter Crinella, Jr., Springfield Cathedral
Crinella finished fourth in the state in scoring with 31-30—61 totals. The East Longmeadow native is committed to Holy Cross and also is a key contributor to the Panthers’ baseball team.
F – Antonio Marini, Sr., Xaverian
The Catholic Conference All-Star finished in the Top 10 of statewide scoring, putting up 16-37—53 totals while helping the Hawks back to the Super 8 tournament. The Hanover resident will continue his hockey career at St. Anselm next year.
D – J.J. Layton, Soph., Austin Prep
The rangy blue-liner finished fourth on the Cougars in points, scoring four goals and adding 18 assists. The Peabody native was a Phase 2 draft selection of the USHL’s Omaha Lancers last year.
D – Bryan Nelson, Sr., St. John’s (Shrewsbury)
The co-captain helped lead the Pioneers back to the Division 1 tournament after missing out last season, scoring nine goals and adding 15 assists – tied for second on the team with 24 points. The Upton native is weighing his playing options for next season.
G – Elijah Harris, Jr., Austin Prep
Harris backboned the Cougars to a second straight Super 8 finals appearance, with a 2.05 goals against average with three shutouts and an 86.6 save percentage. The Haverhill native was selected by the Dubuque Fighting Saints in last year’s USHL draft.
F – Connor Irving, Sr., Beverly
Irving helped the Panthers to the program’s first Division 2 state championship, scoring 16 goals and adding 31 assists.
F – D.J. Petruzzelli, Jr., Springfield Cathedral
The Quinnipiac commit finished second on the team in points, only to Peter Crinella, with 56 – good for third among statewide Division 1 players.
F – Ryan Dunn, Sr. F, Archbishop Williams
The captain helped the Bishops to a second straight Super 8 play-in game appearance while scoring 29 goals and adding 17 assists with a plus-minus rating of +23. He is weighing his playing options for next season between a post-graduate year and juniors.
D – Mike Seibold, Jr., Reading
Seibold finished third on the Rockets in scoring, netting three goals and adding 27 assists for the Division 1 state champion Rockets.
G – Tim Birarelli, Jr., Beverly
Birarelli was among the statewide leaders in the goals against average at 1.51. He compiled a save percentage of 91.7 with five shutouts for the Division 2 state champion Panthers.
G – Drew Foley, Sr., Wilmington
Foley backstopped the Wildcats to back-to-back Division 2 state championships in 2012 and ’13, before making a North finals appearance as Wilmington moved up to Div. 1 this season. He ranked third amongst Div. 1 goaltenders in goals against average (1.68) and posted a 93.4 save percentage.
Adam Blackman, Jr. Mansfield
Jimmy Currier, Sr., St. John’s Prep
Steve DeForge, Sr., BC High
Matt Dillon, Soph., Shrewsbury
Matt Filipe, Soph., Malden Catholic
Brendan Greene, Sr., Winchester
Marc Happy, Sr., Wachusett
Lloyd Hayes, Sr., Central Catholic
Johnny Leonard, Soph., Springfield Cathedral
Alex Lester, Sr., Central Catholic
Nick Morgan, Jr., Wayland
Cody Pasic, Jr., Barnstable
Ryan Petti, Jr., Tewksbury
Riley Prattson, Frosh., Springfield Cathedral
Nolan Redler, Sr., Winchester
Cam Russo, Jr., Austin Prep
Connor Shea, Sr., Milton
Pat Shea, Jr., Marshfield
Jack Sheehan, Sr., Norwood
Ryan Smith, Jr., Arlington Catholic
Mike Sorrenti, Sr., Archbishop Williams
Robbie Souza, Sr., Falmouth
Tim Sweeney, Sr., Xaverian
Mike Thomson, Sr., Reading
Nick Albano, Jr., Beverly
John Carlson, Sr., Hingham
Andrew Cross, Sr., Austin Prep
Adam Crowley, Sr., Burlington
Dante Flori, Sr., Watertown
Brian Goggin, Sr., Arlington Catholic
Joe Harrington, Sr., Braintree
Andrew Howlett, Sr., Canton
John McLean, Jr., Malden Catholic
Ean Mendeszoon, Sr., St. John’s Prep
Dan Petrick, Frosh., Springfield Cathdral
Sam Topham, Sr., BC High
Alex Daccord, Frosh., North Andover
Brandon Collett, Soph., Catholic Memorial
Kevin Huska, Sr., Barnstable
Keith Linnane, Sr., North Reading
Al Lynch, Sr., Framingham
Aidan Murphy, Frosh., Xaverian
Kyle Paquette, Jr., Tewksbury
Brandon Payzant, Soph., BC High
Mario Pizzeri, Sr., St. John’s (Shrewsbury)
Colin Soucy, Sr., Central Catholic
Jimmy Tierney, Jr., Oliver Ames
Coach of the Year
Bob Gilligan, Beverly - In his 11th year behind the Panthers bench, Gilligan guided them to the program's first hockey state title, beating Medfield in the Division 2 championship game.