2010-2011 Season Wrap Up
|Rankings||MAPHL – #3 with 16-6-0 Record|
|Washington Post – All-Met||1st Team – Justin Butler; Honorable Mention – Davey Chadwick, PJ McNamara|
|MAPHL All Conference||1st Team – Justin Butler; 2nd Team – PJ McNamara;|
|ALL-IAC||Justin Butler, Davey Chadwick, Kyle Chadwick|
|All-Gazette||1st Team – Justin Butler, Davey Chadwick; Honorable Mention – Kyle Chadwick, PJ McNamara|
Results – 2010-2011
|12/3/2010||Walt Whitman||Cabin John||6:15-7:45pm||W||9-1|
|12/7/2010||St Albans||Fort Dupont||4:45pm||W||4-2|
|12/13/2010||Mt. St. Joes||Laurel||5:40pm||W||5-2|
|12/17/2010||Calvert Hall||Cabin John||6:15-7:45pm||W||7-0|
|12/28/2010||SSSA – Purple Puck||Fort Dupont||9:00-11:00am||W||14-0|
|12/29/2010||St. Joes (PA) – Purple Puck||Fort Dupont||9:00-11:00am||W||4-3|
|12/29/2010||St. Albans – Purple Puck||Fort Dupont||5:00-7:00pm||W||3-0|
|12/30/2010||St. Peter/St. Paul Purple Puck||Fort Dupont||9:00 am||W||6-0|
|12/30/2010||Loyola (Chicago) Purple Puck||Fort Dupont||5:00 pm||L||0-8|
|1/14/2011||St. Joes||Philadelphia, PA||7:40pm||W||3-0|
|2/16/2011||IAC – # 2 Prep vs #3 St. Albans||Rockville||4:10 – 5:50||W||5-3|
|2/17/2011||IAC Championship v Landon||Rockville||4:05 – 6:20||L||2-7|
|2/22/2011||MAPHL – v Gonzaga||Laurel||4:00 pm||W||3-1|
|2/23/2011||MAPHL – v DeMatha||Laurel||4:00 pm||L||2-1|
Players and Stats –
|Totals as of 3/12/11 – FINAL|
|Prep Varsity Hockey
2010-2011 Season Highlight Video!
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2/22/2011 – Prep Over Gonzaga in MAPHL Quarter-Final Match
DeMatha 4, Mount St. Joseph 0
Georgetown Prep 3, Gonzaga 1
Landon 12, Bullis 1
Spalding v St. Albans tomorrow 2/23
2/17/2011 – Prep Falls to Landon in IAC Final 2-7
2/16/2011 – Prep over St Albans 5-3 in IAC Semi Finals
2/11/2011 – Prep over Langley 10-7
Photos in Photo Gallery.
2-4-2011 – Prep over Bullis 10-1
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2-2-11 Despite Renewed Vigor, Gonzaga has 1 Goal too many for Prep (L 2-3)
1-28-11 Prep, Fresh off of Exam Week, Slumps to DeMatha (L 1-5)
Hoyas top St. Joseph’s 3-0 in Philadelphia
(Flyers Skate Zone, PA, 1/14/11) On a 2 day road trip, Prep had a dominating performance over St. Joseph’s Prep, winning 3-0 with two late goals in the first game to be played on the trip. Read the Story Here
Prep fades in 7-1 loss to Landon
(Rockville Ice Arena, 1/12/11) In a classic Washington metro area no. 1 vs no. 2 hockey power matchup, Landon started fast and was able to pull away, besting Prep by a 7-1 score. Read the Story Here
Washington Post Story Here
12-30 Championship – Prep Falls to Loyola (Chicago, IL)
12-30 Semi Finals – Prep Over St. Peter and St. Paul
12-29 Prep Advances over St. Albans 3-0. Prep had only 9 skaters due to injuries and penalties.
12-29 Prep Advances over St. Joes (PA) 4-3!
12-28 Prep 14-0 over St. Stevens St. Agnes
Prep Crushes Calvert Hall Cardinals, 7-0
(Cabin John Rink, MD 12/17/10) Playing perhaps its best first period of the season to date, Prep fired off 5 goals in the first period to take a commanding lead and continued on for a 7-0 victory over Baltimore power Calvert Hall. This game marked the second straight shut-out performance for Prep netminder PJ McNamara ’12, and also featured a return to the stands by several Prep hockey alumni. These alumni included: Taylor Morgan ’10, Pat Hall ’10, Martin McNamara ’09, and Brendan McNamara.
The hard-working senior line continued to perform its two-way magic of strong defensive play and impressive offensive contribution. Only 53 seconds into the game this magic was illustrated by senior Scott Melby ’11 finishing a nice play by opening the scoring on a pass from senior Joe Brogan ’11, and freshman Lazar Zamurovic ’14, who had started the play up ice. 3 minutes later, sophomore Kyle Chadwick ’13 banged-home a goal after receiving a perfect tape-to-tape pass from senior Assistant team Captain Justin Butler ’11, and junior AJ Taylor ’12, as Prep sped to a 2-0 lead. However, there was still plenty of time left in the period. With just over 6 seconds remaining, Justin Butler ’11 conducted a clinic on goal-scoring, burying the puck twice unassisted inside of one minute during the same shift, to push Prep to a commanding 4-0 lead over the Cardinals.
With just under six minutes remaining in the period, Kyle Chadwick found a loose puck and pushed it forward to brother, team Captain Davey Chadwick ’11. Davey grabbed the puck just outside of the Prep blueline, and found himself on a breakaway. Moving a full speed, Davey made a forehand-backhand-forehand move as he crossed the faceoff dots, and beat the Cardinals goalie to give Prep a 5-0 lead.
The second period saw much up-and-down the ice skating but no scoring. In addition, the frustrated Cardinals began to take penalty after penalty, sometimes roping in Prep players as well. However, about a minute and a half left in the period, Joe Brogan ’11 and Kyle Chadwick ’13 found themselves together on the ice. Kyle passed to Joe, who then countered by completing the play for yet another Prep goal with a sizzling shot into the net that left the Cardinals goaltender shaking his head, and with a 6-0 Prep lead as the period ended.
By the third period, the Cardinals pressed the play physically, but as is often the case, were penalized for going over the limit. One Cardinal received a 10 minute misconduct penalty, others received roughing penalties, and the overall play was more chippy than stylish. In spite of Calvert Hall’s best efforts to attempt a comeback, Prep goaltender PJ McNamara kept the door slammed shut. With just over a minute and a half to play in the game, freshman Ryan Howe ’14 aggressively carried the puck three quarters of the length of the ice through nearly the entire Calvert Hall team in an impressive demonstration of puck carrying skill. As Ryan neared the Calvert Hall net, he was worked-over by the Cardinal defenders. Not to be denied, Ryan tenaciously fought off the larger defender, and muscled the puck skillfully to senior Scott Melby ’11, who read the play appropriately and crashed the net. Scott was rewarded for his efforts by scoring his second goal of the game, and he also closed-out the scoring for Prep in its 7-0 victory.
Prep’s goes into the Christmas break with an overall season record of 6-0-0, an IAC record of 2-0-0, and a MAPHL record of 4-0-0. Play picks up again at the Purple Puck tournament on December 28th at the Fort Dupont Ice Arena in Washington, DC. At the Purple Puck tournament, Prep will play IAC foe SS/SA, St. Joseph’s of Philadelphia, and also entertain St. Albans, in an expected tough re-match of the IAC rivals.
Prep Slams SS/SA Saints, 10-0
(Cabin John Rink, MD 12/15/10) Prep started off strongly, and carried the pace for the game, running away from the St.Stephens/St. Agnes Saints 10-0. Junior forward AJ Taylor ‘12 scored a natural hat trick during the first period, and then tallied once more to score the first 4 Prep goals in a mighty offensive effort. Taylor tallied unassisted, and then scored with assists from Michael McDonald ‘12 and Justin Butler ‘11, scored for his third (hat trick) goal by assists from Justin Butler and Will Banse ‘12, and then scored his fourth goal on yet another assist from Justin Butler. Justin scored himself in the second period on assists from Will Banse and Davey Chadwick ‘11, and finished the game with 1 goal and 4 assists. Starting goal PJ McNamara ’12, and relief goalie Jack “Ringo” Ring ’13 were only called upon to make 9 total saves during the game, yet some of those saves were challenging, and effectively kept SS/SA off the board.
There were some impressive “firsts” in this game as well. Freshman Brendan Peel ’14 scored his first varsity goal, as did Senior Sam Spikell ’11. Congratulations to these two Hoya icers for their goals.
In the second period, Kyle Chadwick ’13 scored two short-handed goals on the same shift, assisted by Justin Butler on the first goal, and by IV Rosica ’12, and brother Davey Chadwick. Cole Taylor ’14 closed out the scoring from Will Banse to complete the Hoyas victory.
12/13/10 Prep Charges Past Mt. St. Joseph’s, 5-2
(Laurel, MD 12/13/10) The Hoya icers steadily ramped-up their play throughout the game, gradually taking a 5-0 lead until MSJ scored two late goals in Prep’s 5-2 victory over the MAPHL rival Gaels at Laurel. At the start of the game the ice looked bad, and by the end of the first period, the ice appeared littered with snow. The ice sheet continued to deteriorate throughout the game and, and once again there was no re-surfacing after the second period as is typically the norm with all MAPHL games. The “warm” ice and snow build-up impacted the overall Hoya scoring, but all is well that ends well.
Throughout the game the Hoyas were nothing if not efficient, connecting in the first period three times on only 10 shots. The first marker was a blast from Scott Melby ’11, who plays on the “senior” line with Center Geo Roux ’11 and Winger Joe Brogan ’11. The senior line has earned its stripes with aggressive play and hard checking, yet Scott and Geo teamed for the opening goal with Scott finishing off Geo’s tape-to-tape pass as the Hoyas took a 1-0 lead over 5 minutes into the game. This goal seemed to awaken Prep’s high-powered offense, as less than 90 seconds later Kyle Chadwick ‘13 buried a cross-crease pass from Justin Butler ’11 to widen the Hoya lead to 2-0. With only about 2 minutes remaining in the first, Justin Butler passed to Kyle Chadwick, who found a wide open AJ Taylor ’12. AJ red-lighted the pass for a 3-0 Prep lead.
The second period saw a bit of a lapse in the Prep offensive machine. The team only mustered 4 shots on the MSJ goaltender, but the last of these was with 2:31 left in the period. Geo Roux and pinching defenseman Matt Billings ’14 completed a highlight reel play with Matt passing to Geo as they crossed over the offensive blue line. Unselfishly, Geo returned the puck to Matt, who tipped the disk NHL-style, past the dazed Gael’s goalie, handing Prep a solid 4-0 lead and command of the game as the period expired. Congratulations to Matt upon his first varsity (and MAPHL) goal – may there be many more.
The third period was a much improved effort by the Prep squad as compared with the second period. In the third, the team put 11 more shots on the Gaels’ net, ending the evening with 25 shots overall. With just over 6 minutes remaining in the game, Geo Roux handed-off the puck to Justin Butler, who feathered another of his amazing passes to a well-positioned AJ Taylor, who finished off the play with his second goal of the game and closed out the Hoya scoring with the game at 5-0.
In the final minute and 14 seconds, the Gaels continued to press and were rewarded with two quick goals for their “never say die” effort. In fact, MSJ actually out-shot Prep for the game by a small margin, 27-25.
The results of the contest have left Prep undefeated for the pre-season and for the season, with an overall season record of 4-0-0, an IAC record of 1-0-0, and a MAPHL record of 3-0-0, in their run to the IAC and MAPHL playoffs.
12/10/10 – Prep Defeats Spalding 5-3
12/7/10 – Cardiac Kids – Act II as Prep beats St. Albans late, 4-2
This year’s version of the cardiac kids did their best imitation of last year’s club in an exciting come-from-behind victory over greatly improved IAC rival St. Albans, 4-2 at Ft. Dupont on Tuesday evening (12/7/10). Led by All-Met Left Wing and Assistant Team Captain Senior Justin Butler’s offensive display (2 goals, 1 assist), the Hoyas kept the game close until the final minutes before exploding to take the lead and the win in their first IAC contest of the season. Click here for rest of the story
12-3 – Hoyas Glide Past Whitman – 9-1 Scoring Summary: Kyle Chadwick 3 Goals, Justin Butler 3 Goals, 3 Assists, Geo Roux 1 Goal, AJ Taylor Assist, Michael McDonald 1Goal/Assist, Cole Taylor Goal/Assist, Will Banse Assist. Video courtesy of parent Radomir Zamurovic (Lazar #5, Fr)
11-29 – Prep Over Wooton in Pre-Season Contest – 6-3 – Justin Butler (Sr, #27) 4 assists, Kyle Chadwick (So, #8) 2 Goals, Davey Chadwick (Sr, #9) 2 assists, Geo Roux (Sr, #1) Goal, Cole Taylor (Fr, #24) Goal, Scott Melby (Sr, #10) Goal, Will Banse (Jr, #25) Goal, Michael McDonald, (Jr, #2) 2 Assist.
PJ McNamara was in net and stopped 20 shots.
11-24 – Scott Smith Alumni Game and Celebration a success!
11-22-2010 Prep Starts Season with 7-4 win over Churchill in Pre-Season Scrimmage Goals from Senior Justin Butler #27 (2), Senior David Chadwick (2), Senior Joe Brogan (1), Junior AJ Taylor (1) and Sophomore Kyle Chadwick (1).
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Welcome to the 2009-10 Hockey season
- Season Officially starts 11/16/09
- New Coach – Mike Calandruccio. Will be working with defensive unit. He has experience coaching prep schools in New England.