SITE REMOVAL NOTIFICATION!

This site has not been updated and will be removed from the LeagueLineup network shortly. If you'd like to keep the site active please log in to the administration section.

News

HSHL All-Star Game

Future Stars Red 4, Blue 3

The future stars were shining bright and early in the morning of the HSHL All-Star day, and these youngsters started the events off with a sizzle. The Red All Stars slipped by the Blue All Stars in a very tight game. For the Red All Stars, Chase Gaughan scored 2 goals. Logan Griffith added one goal and Logan Aneskevich scored the game winning goal on his younger brother Levi, who was in net for the Blue All Stars.. The Blue All Stars battled hard in the loss. Joshua Manyko, Hannah Matyas, and Dylan Davidick scored for the Blue Team. 

 
Future Stars Hardest Shot
1. Chase Gaughan 38mph
2. Logan Griffith 36mph
3. Colton Yachera 32mph
 
Future Stars Most Accurate Shot
1. Chase Gaughan 
2. Logan Griffith
3. Jasmine Bresnak
 
JV All Stars Blue 7, Red 0
The Blue All Stars adapted an all-offensive style of play to pull out the victory in this one. Blue All Stars' big line of Jeremy Simonson, Brandon Quinn, and Jonas Aponick combined for 10 points in the game. Outlaws' representative Jeremy Simonson had 2 goals and 1 assist. Vipers alternate captain and centerman, Brandon Quinn, had 1 goal and 2 assists. HSHL JV point leader and Ducks' captain Jonas Aponick had 2 goals and 2 assists. Vipers' forward Ethan Moeslein contributed with 1 assist. Riley Katchur of the Bulldogs and Ashley Pleban of the Ducks also added a goal each for the Blue All Stars' speedy line. Goaltenders Zack Seifert of the Bulldogs and Elaina Ashman of the Ducks combined for the shutout with each playing half of the game for the Blue All Stars. Frank Willis, Nick Goralewski, and Isaiah Beishline played great and threw an onslaught of shots and scoring opportunities on Seifert and Ashman, but couldn't get one in the net. Jack Walter and Brent Gehret teamed up in net for the Red All Stars, playing half of the game each.
 
JV Hardest Shot
1. Brandon Quinn 54mph
2. Jacob Michael 52mph
3. Carson Wyborney 51mph
 
JV Most Accurate Shot
1. Brent Gehret
2. Jeremy Simonson
3. Kiera Koch
 
Varsity All Stars Blue 4, Red 2
Despite rain clouds trying shorten the day, the Varsity All Stars provided spectators with the headline, must see game of the afternoon. In a close battle, the Blue All Stars prevailed with a come from behind victory over the Red All Stars. Ducks' representative Josh Andreuzzi delivered a clutch performance scoring the game tying and game winning goals for the Blue All Stars. Bulldogs forward Matt Silkowski and Outlaws' captain Zack Novotnak each tallied a goal for the Blue All Stars in this contest. Ducks' captain Gavin Ashman and Vipers' captain Austin English each notched 1 assist. Christian Van Horn played the whole game in net for the Blue All Stars and allowed only 2 goals early in the game. The Red All Stars were led by Bulldogs captain Lucas Yencha who scored the first goal of the game on the his Bulldogs' own goaltender and teammate, Van Horn. Yencha also assisted on the Red teams only other tally. Ducks' forward Nick Pleban assisted on Yencha's first goal. Barnburners' captain, Ryan Boland had the other goal for the Red All Stars despite massive amounts of heckling from his teammates and friends on the Blue All Stars. Barnburners' goaltender Luke Derr played outstanding for the Red All Stars allowing only 4 goals. Derr kept the game close despite his team being drastically outshot in the game, and especially in the third period.
 
Varsity Hardest Shot
1. Austin English 84mph
2. Zack Novotnak 77mph
3. Josh Andruezzi 71mph
 
Varsity Most Accurate Shot
1. JJ Kimmel
2. Austin English
3. Lucas Yencha

2016 HSHL Schedule

Team schedules can be viewed and downloaded on your team's page! Explore the site for features and details.

Visit our Fan Shop

Hazleton Street Hockey League Hockey JERZEES Unisex 8oz NuBlend® Hooded Sweatshirt

Shop Now
Every purchase benefits Hazleton Street Hockey League