Tag: Sebastian Geiger

CDHSHL: CBA rallies past Capital District as part of Times Union Center doublebill

Christian Brothers Academy scored three unanswered goals in the second period on its way to a 4-2 victory over the Capital District Jets in a Capital District High School Hockey League doubleheader Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Times Union Center in Albany.

David Clemenzi gave the Jets a 1-0 lead within the first two minutes of the first period, but Hunter Pemrick tallied with 2:31 left in the frame to knot the score at 1-1 for the Brothers. Pemrick, Ryan McMahon and Greg Beaulieu scored in the second period to put CBA ahead 4-1.

Goalie Mike West stopped 27 shots to earn the victory for the Brothers. Michael LaCouture had 43 saves for the Jets, and Tristan Shelhamer added a third period goal. Continue reading “CDHSHL: CBA rallies past Capital District as part of Times Union Center doublebill”

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CDHSHL: Michael Bievenue adds to his scoring lead in Bethlehem’s victory

Michael Bievenue continues to light the lamp at a high rate.

The Bethlehem junior forward scored six goals and added an assist to lead the Eagles to a 12-2 victory over the Capital District Jets Wednesday, Feb. 6, in a Capital District High School Hockey League game at the Bethlehem Area YMCA.

It was the second consecutive six-goal game for Bievenue, who now leads the CDHSHL with 45 goals and 67 points. Bievenue has scored at least two goals in seven of his last eight games and has registered hat tricks six times during this most recent stretch of games. Bethlehem’s Justin Chenaille is second in the league with 24 goals and 53 points. Continue reading “CDHSHL: Michael Bievenue adds to his scoring lead in Bethlehem’s victory”

Capital District High School Hockey League: Burnt Hills/Ballston Spa shuts out Shenendehowa

Burnt Hills/Ballston Spa moved into a tie with Bethlehem for first place in the Capital District High School Hockey League with a 3-0 victory over Shenendehowa Saturday, Jan. 12, at the Schenectady County Recreational Facility in Glenville.

Goalie Kyle Grace made 25 saves to earn his second shutout of the season for Burnt Hills/Ballston Spa (6-2-0 league, 9-3-0 overall). Noah Sinclair tallied in the second period, while Grant Rice and Sean Speck added insurance goals in the third period.

Elsewhere in the CDHSHL, Joe Amodio and Michael Montague each scored a pair of goals to lead Saratoga Springs (6-2-0, 10-3-0) to a 5-2 victory over LaSalle (3-5-0, 4-7-1) at Hudson Valley Community College. Andrew Blanchard also tallied for the Blue Streaks, and goalie Brad Blake stopped 20 shots.

Sebastian Geiger and Nic Pauley notched LaSalle’s goals, and goalie Leo Paul made 19 saves. Continue reading “Capital District High School Hockey League: Burnt Hills/Ballston Spa shuts out Shenendehowa”

Section 2 hockey preview: LaSalle Cadets

LaSalle logoTeam: LaSalle Institute

Head coach: Tim Flanigan

Last year’s record: 15-6-2

Playoff result: Lost to Bethlehem in Section 2 Division 1 final

Returning players: Jack O’Bryan (senior forward), Sebastian Geiger (senior defenseman), Taylor Nitz (senior forward), Matt Powers (senior defenseman), D.J. Pauley (junior defenseman), Reid Murray (sophomore defenseman), Leo Paul (sophomore goaltender), Spencer Carpenter (junior forward), Owen Scannell (sophomore forward), Mike Baker (junior forward)

Graduated: Ryan Murray (forward), Tom Ryan (forward), Christian Rudd (forward), Casey Boone (goaltender), Sam Brendese (forward), Erik Zimmerman (forward), Matthew Luke (defenseman), Mike Kenneally (forward)

Newcomers: Nic Pauley (sophomore forward), Brendan White (sophomore forward), Kyle McGee (sophomore goaltender), Hunter Caola (sophomore forward), Jagger Sessa (sophomore forward), Forrest Ward (freshman forward), Jack Brown (sophomore defenseman), Caleb Ells (freshman goaltender)

Outlook for the season: After winning the 2016-17 Section 2 title and coming close to repeating last year, LaSalle has to find some goal scorers following the graduation of Ryan Murray and Tom Ryan.

“However, the team is looking for its strong nucleus of returning players and newcomers to build upon its success,” said Flanigan.