F – Matt Filipe, Jr., Malden Catholic
The Northeastern commit netted 17 goals with 13 assists and was the second leading goal-scorer in the Super 8 tournament. Filipe was named co-MVP of the Catholic Conference along with BC High defenseman Ryan Shea and ran his career points total to 76 through three seasons.
F – Johnny Leonard, Jr. Springfield Cathedral
The 2015 Mr. Hockey Award winner led the state’s Division 1 ranks in both goals (47) and points (75) while leading the Panthers to an unbeaten regular season and the No. 1 overall seed in the Super 8 tournament.
F – D.J. Petruzzelli, Sr., Springfield Cathedral
Centering Cathedral’s top line alongside Johnny Leonard, the Quinnipiac commit finished second in Division 1 scoring with 21-46—67 totals, leading all statewide players in assists.
D – Dan Petrick, Soph., Springfield Cathedral
The Panthers’ anchor on the power play, Petrick led all Division 1 blue-liners in scoring with eight goals and 38 assists for 46 points. The Northeastern commit’s 38 assists were good for second place in D1, trailing only teammate D.J. Petruzzelli.
D – Ryan Shea, Jr., BC High
A two-time ESPN Boston First Team All-State selection, the Northeastern commit was named the co-MVP of the Catholic Conference. Shea scored five goals and added 32 assists last season, trailing only Petrick in points among Division 1 defensemen.
G – Keith Petruzzelli, Soph., Springfield Cathedral
There wasn’t much for opposing shooters to choose from when skating in on the tall netminder in the butterfly. The Quinnipiac commit’s GAA was a shade under 1.00, allowing just 21 goals in a little more than 21 games played. Petruzzelli also ranked second in Division 1 with a 95.1 save percentage.
F – Peter Crinella, Sr., Springfield Cathedral
The Holy Cross commit scored 17 goals and added 19 assists for the Panthers. Crinella is also a standout on Cathedral’s baseball team.
F – Patrick Kramer, Sr., BC High
Kramer again led the Eagles in scoring with 19 goals and 17 assists. He’s signed a National Letter of Intent to Merrimack College and will continue his hockey career with the Warriors next year.
F – Jake Wise, Frosh., Central Catholic
Wise, a Boston University commit, becomes the first freshman to earn ESPN Boston All-State honors this year and led the Raiders in scoring with 16 goals and 26 assists.
D – John McLean, Sr., Malden Catholic
A four-year varisty skater who won three Super 8 titles with the Blue Blades, McLean scored two goals with 15 assists despite missing most of the final month of the season with a foot injury, drawing his career points total to 52.
D – Mike Seibold, Sr., Reading
Not often does a season pass without the Rockets being a part of the postseason tournaments, but Seibold was more than a bright spot. The two-time ESPN Boston All-State selection finished third in point for the Rockets with 3-12—15 totals.
G – Kyle Martin, Jr., St. John’s Prep
In his first year with the Eagles after transfer, Martin backboned Prep to the program’s first Super 8 championship, saving his best for the tournament. Martin posted a 2.00 goals against average with a save percentage of 90.0 and two shutouts on the year.
F – Mike Egan, Jr., Austin Prep
Egan came on strong during the second half of the season and the Super 8 tournament to lead the Cougars with 24 goals and 24 assists for 48 points.
F -- Eric MacAdams, Jr., Austin Prep
MacAdams, a third-year varsity player, finished second on the Cougars in goals (19) and points (35).
F – Tim Sweeney, Sr., Xaverian
A four-year varsity player, Sweeney led the Hawks in points with 26 while scoring 11 goals and adding 15 assists. Sweeney will play with the South Shore Kings next season.
D – Josh Boulos, Jr., Burlington
The two-way defenseman finished third on the Red Devils in points, putting up 5-11—16 totals in his third varsity season.
D – Ryan Walsh, Sr., Xaverian
Despite missing time due to injury late in the season, the Hawks’ captain finished third on the team in scoring, scoring seven goals and adding 12 assists.
G – Anthony Busconi, Sr., Watertown
Busconi was downright stingy while backstopping the Raiders to the Division 3 state title, allowing just five goals in six tournament games. Busconi is a St. Anselm lacrosse commit.
Jack Adams, Jr. F, Malden Catholic
Matt Demelis, Soph. F, Hingham
Matt Egan, Soph., F, Hingham
Cam Gendron, Frosh. F, Central Catholic
Evan Googins, Soph. F, Braintree
Dante Maribito, Soph. F, St. Mary's (Lynn)
Evan McDonald, Jr. F, Woburn
Bernie McGovern, Jr. F, Arlington Catholic
Jake McKenelley, Jr. F, Austin Prep
Teddy McNamara, Sr. F, St. John’s Prep
Nick Morgan, Sr. F, Wayland
Anthony Nikolopoulos, Jr. F, Burlington
Ryan Petti, Sr. F, Tewksbury
Riley Prattson, Soph. F, Springfield Cathedral
Jack Quinlivan, Sr. F, Shrewsbury
Eric Robbins, Sr. F, Central Catholic
Cam Russo, Sr. F, Austin Prep
Robby Ryan, Jr. F, Burlington
Tyler Scearbo, Sr. F, St. John’s Prep
Jason Silva, Sr. F, Diman
Ryan Smith, Sr. F, Arlington Catholic
Andy Somerville, Jr. F, Arlington Catholic
Ryan Spagnoli, Sr. F, Arlington Catholic
Ryan Spillane, Sr. F, Franklin
Jake Witkowski, Sr. F, Malden Catholic
Seamus Curran, Sr. D, Agawam
Mike Disciullo, Sr. D, Austin Prep
Paul Edson, Frosh. D, St. John's Prep
Pat Harrington, Jr. D, Malden Catholic
Dan O’Toole, Sr. D, Austin Prep
Bryce Peritz, Sr. D, Springfield Cathedral
Mike Saleski, Sr. D, Hingham
Tim Usalis, Frosh. D, St. John’s Prep
Sam Best, Soph. G, Woburn
Brandon Collett, Jr. G, Catholic Memorial
Ryan Cote, Sr. G, Arlington
Chris Dyson, Sr. G, Westwood
Tucker Kelly, Sr. G, Duxbury
Jack Maxwell, Sr. G, Wellesley
Aidan Murphy, Soph. G, Xaverian
Dylan Regan, Fr. G, Austin Prep
Nick Scarpa, Sr. G, Andover
Ryan Shea, Sr. G, Franklin
Jimmy Tierney, Sr. G, Oliver Ames
Coach of the Year
Kristian Hanson, St. John’s Prep