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March 21, 2013

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JV League Floor Hockey Semi Finals

AZ Landscaping took the victory over Starr Painting, and will move on to the finals. John Vets scored a goal for AZ Landscaping in the first period to give his team the lead, but Joe Santoro quickly scored a goal to tie the game for Starr Painting. Corey Hollins had two goals in the third period to secure the victory for AZ Landscaping. Starr Painting was eliminated. AZ Landscaping will play in the finals.

The Don Wilson team was victorious against Sparky’s Wing & Things. Carlos Rivera scored three goals in the second period for Don Wilson. Luke Pasek scored the only goal for Sparky’s Wings & Things in the second period. Daniel Smith scored three goals in the third period to secure the victory, and move on to the finals against AZ Landscaping.

Major League Floor Hockey Playoffs

Twomey & Legare Contracting took the victory over Malcolm Insurance to move on to the semi finals. Sam Powell played a huge role in the win by scoring three goals for Twomey & Legare Contracting. Malcolm Insurance played its heart out, but Twomey & Legare Contracting was victorious. Twomey & Legare Contracting will play against second-place team Blase Distefano in the semi finals.

Pistone Containers took the win over Messinger Chiropractic and will play the first-place team Dempsey Insurance in the semi finals. Justin Torosian showed great puck control, scoring three goals in the first period for Pistone Containers.

Minor League Floor Hockey Semi Finals

Stymies Pizza was eliminated in the semi final round against Arty’s Roast Beef. In the first period, Nathan Libby scored the first and only goal for Stymies Pizza. Shelby Eason showed great goaltending for Arty’s Roast Beef, and stopped almost every shot that came her way. Nicholas Terilli scored two goals for Arty’s Roast Beef. The final score was 5-1, with Arty’s Roast Beef making its way to the finals.

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