Atlantic Youth Hockey League


Week 10 recap: Explosive offense in the 12U Major division

HACKENSACK, N.J. — There were no shortage of goals in the 12U Major division this weekend, as teams put on a scoring spectacle for fans in attendance. 

North Jersey Avalanche vs. Philadelphia Little Flyers (Premier)

The 2-4 Avalanche played some of their most inspired hockey of the season, battling the third ranked Philadelphia Little Flyers to a 5-5 overtime draw. It was an even fight all the way through, as both teams matched each other’s scoring in every period. The Flyers were propelled by a trio of Jack’s: Jackson Steeves contributed two, Jack Cummings scored in the first period, and Jack Koslosky scored two clutch goals late in the game. Meanwhile, the Avalanche were buoyed by Henry Lynch and Matt Stenzler, who scored three and two times respectively. It’s not a win, but a tie still helps both teams in the division standings. 


Valley Forge Minutemen vs. Philadelphia Jr. Flyers (Premier)

The Jr. Flyers’ Brody Majcher posted a ridiculous double hat trick in a resounding 9-0 victory over the Valley Forge Minutemen. The Flyers continued their run as arguably the most dominant team in the division. They’re 9-1, they’ve scored the second most goals in the division (70), and they’re one tie behind the first ranked Washington Little Capitals. 


New Jersey Colonials vs. WB/Scranton Jr. Knights (Premier)

The New Jersey Colonials defeated the WB/Scranton Jr. Knights, 14-1. Charlie Sidai scored a hattrick and Jaden Widen scored four goals to pace the Colonials in a matchup that was clearly never that close. The Colonials put up an astonishing 47 shots on goal while allowing only five to the Knights. Remarkably, it’s not even the biggest margin of victory that the Colonials have allowed this season, as they recently beat the Whalers 15-1. They’re buiding a great deal of momentum, as they’re currently 6-2 and have scored the second most goals in the entire division in just nine games. Meanwhile, the Knights fell to a disappointing 1-15. 



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