Hingham, MA- Lovell Hockey is thrilled to share that out of 19 divisions in the Elite 9 & Boston Hockey League, our three programs were represented in 16 Championship games!
The Boston Advantage, Advantage ICE and Lovell Knights programs all experienced extraordinary seasons this year, and that was evident yesterday on Championship Sunday. Out of the 6 divisions of the Elite 9, and 13 divisions of the Boston Hockey League, Lovell Hockey's teams were present in 16 of the 19 divisions - an incredible accomplishement! Below are the results of how our teams finished:
Boston Advantage 2007 White- Elite 9 Finalists Boston Advantage 2006 Elite- Elite 9 Champions Boston Advantage 2003 Elite- Elite 9 Finalists Boston Advantage 2002 Elite- Elite 9 Champions Boston Advantage 2002 Black- BHL American Champions Boston Advantage 2002 Select- BHL National Champions Boston Advantage U14 Elite- BHL American Finalists Boston Advantage U14 Select- BHL National Finalsists
Advantage ICE 2006 Elite- BHL American Finalists Advantage ICE 2005 Elite- Elite 9 Finalists Advantage ICE 2001 Elite- BHL American Finalists Advantage ICE U14 Elite- BHL National Champions
Lovell Knights 2005 Elite- BHL National Finalists Lovell Knights 2004 Elite- BHL American Finalists Lovell Knights 2002 Select- BHL National Finalists Lovell Knights 2001 Elite- BHL National Champions
Lovell Hockey's presence in the playoffs of both the Elite 9 and the Boston Hockey League was unanimously uncontested by any other program.
The Boston Advantage 2006 Elite Team, pictured above, kicked off Championship Sunday with a 6-1 championship win over the Seacoast Spartans 2006 Elite Team. In the win, goaltender Keagin Wilson was a star, and defenseman Kiernan Poulin netted a hat-trick. Poulin is the most recent defenseman to score three goals in a league championship in Boston Advantage history, dating back to 2010 when NHL 1st Round Draft Prospect, Noah Hanifin, did so under Tim Lovell.
We are so proud of all of our teams on such an incredible season, as well as their presence on Championship Sunday.
The 2005 Advantage Ice team has had an incredible season clinching first place in Elite 9, 2005 division with a record of 26 wins, 2 losses and 1 tie with three games to go. The team has scored 193 goals for while allowing only 58 goals against. Good luck the rest of the way boys and go ICE!