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VJW Players Highlight 2014 Super 8 Hockey Championship
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 More than 40% of the players competing in the Super 8 Championship are former or current Warriors. Included in that list are (from top) - Elijah Harris, Tyler Sifferlen and Bobo Carpenter.

This year’s coverage of the Super 8 Hockey Tournament read more like a Valley Junior Warrior game roundup.

After all, for the past few years the rosters of the Super 8 semifinalists have been dominated by Warrior players.

One year ago, the Warriors had 33 of its former or current players representing nearly half of all Super 8 competitors be a part of the semifinals.

This year, it is much of the same and the Warrior players were simply dominating as two teams – Austin Prep and Malden Catholic – made it to the finals and faced off at the TD Garden for the ultimate Bay State high school title.

More than 40% of the players who competed in the Super 8 Hockey Championship final game were either current or former Warrior players. No other program in the region can lay claim to such an impressive statistic.

In that final game where Malden Catholic prevailed for its fourth-consecutive Division 1A title, there were 16 Warrior players on the TD Bank ice surface and five of the eight goals scored came off the stick of Warrior players.

Tyler Sifferlen (2) and Ara Nazarian both scored for Malden Catholic, while Bobo Carpenter (2) lit the lamp for Austin Prep.

The final game was a continuation of great play from the days leading up to the championship showdown.

In one semifinal game, it was Sifferlen and Nazarian – two former Junior B standouts – who combined to score Malden Catholic’s first goal to lead their team past Springfield Cathedral and into the finals for a fourth straight season.

In the other semifinal, Elijah Harris registered a game-high 30 saves and JJ Layton, Carpenter and Eric MacAdams all scored during an eight-round shootout to lead Austin Prep over BC High.

There is no rest for eight of the players as they will come together next week to begin practices as part of the VJW U16 Tier I team. Back in November, the talented squad captured its third Massachusetts State Championship title.

As a result of that outstanding performance, the Warriors – led by Head Coach Steve MacAdams – will represent the organization at the 2014 USA Hockey U16 Tier I National Championship scheduled for April 2-6, 2014 in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Before that time, the Warriors would like to congratulate all of its players on a great high school season!

  • Bobo Carpenter
  • Anthony Cieri
  • Michael Disciullo
  • Austin Goldstein
  • Corey Goldstein
  • Elijah Harris
  • JJ Layton
  • Brendan Leach
  • Jake McKenelley
  • Eric MacAdams
  • Ryan McDonough
  • Colin Murphy
  • Ara Nazarian
  • Dan O’Toole
  • Mike Paglucca
  • Tyler Sifferlen
INDEX
VJW '97 Elite Standout Netminder Elijah Harris Commits to Brown University
2015 Set to be an Unprecedented Year for American-Born & VJW Players
VJW Alum Chris Kreider Emerges as An NHL Game Changer
Valley Jr. Warriors Put Massachusetts Back on the NHL Map - Part I of III
VJW Alum Noah Hanifin Named to U.S. Men's National Under-18 Team
Looking Forward to 2014 VJW Tournaments
Former Warrior Mike Vecchione Helps Union College Win First National Title
VJW '97 Elites Cap Off Superior Season at USA Hockey National Championship
It's Game Time for VJW U16's at the 2014 USA Hockey National Championship
Former Warriors - Fitzgerald, Silk & Vecchione - Highlight Frozen Four
Three VJW Junior A Players Announce Plans for 2014-15 Season
VJW ’97 Elites Prepare for 2014 USA Hockey U16 Tier I National Championship
Three VJW '00 Elites Participate in Prestigous East Coast Young Guns Showcase
Mar 15, 14
VJW Players Highlight 2014 Super 8 Hockey Championship
Valley Jr Warrior Junior A Team Soars Into Second Round of EHL Playoffs
A Parent's Perspective: Reflections On Another Great Season of Warrior Hockey
Valley Jr Warriors Post Perfect Record on NEHL Championship Sunday
Valley Jr Warrior Teams Win Three NEHL Championship Titles
In Memory of Paul Gilmartin, Sr.
VJW Alums Lead USA Under-17 team to Another International Title
Thanks to VJW Alum Alex Carpenter For Representing Team USA at Sochi
Valley Jr Warriors Named Charter Member of E9 Elite Hockey League
So Much to Look Forward to - VJW Tryout Season Begins This Week
VJW Alums Ryan Fitzgerald & Brendan Silk Celebrate 62nd Beanpot Tournament Win
Former NHL Stars Ken Hodge & Scott Lachance Named VJW Bantam Coaches
VJW Junior A Standout Charlie Widmar Commits to St. Olaf College
Did You Know? 10% of the Beanpot Players Are Valley Jr Warrior Alums!
Former Warrior Ryan Heavey Stands Tall for Babson Beavers
Former VJW Player Jake Kulevich Has Found a Home at Colgate
VJW Accepting Applications From Experienced and Qualified Coaches
NY Islander Goaltending Coach & Former Olympian Visits VJW Practice
VJW Teams Head to Rhode Island for JWK Tournament
VJW '00 Selects Enjoy A Night at Frozen Fenway
Former Warriors Lead Team USA to a Gold Medal at the gold medal at the World Under-17 Hockey Challen
Alex Carpenter Named to the 2014 U.S. Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team Roster
VJW '03 Elites Advance to Semifinals at the North American Frozen Cup
Two Former Valley Jr Warriors Players Continue Impressive Carpenter Legacy
Mark Your Calendars Today for 2014 VJW Tournaments
VJW '97 Elites - Massachusetts State Champions
VJW '00 Selects Take Time to Give Back During the Holiday Season
VJW '01 Elites Impress and Dominate at 2013-2014 Super01 Series Tournament
Valley Jr Warriors Youth Teams Continue NEHL Player of the Week Streak
Charlie Widmar & Shane Tracy Named EHL Mid-Season All Stars
VJW '00 Elites Make National Statement; Now Ranked 12th In the Nation
Another Major Success For the Warrior Thanksgiving Tournament
VJW Teams Win Three of Six Warrior Thanksgiving Tournament Titles
Former Warrior Chris Kreider Nets First Career NHL Hat Trick
VJW Teams Prepare For Playoffs at Warrior Thanksgiving Tournament
2013 Warrior Thanksgiving Tournament Kicks Off in Haverhill
Four Former Warriors Reunite in NCAA Division I Showdown
Ken Hodge & Ryan St. Jean Backstop VJW '00 Elites to a Great Start
VJW Junior A Squad Scores Four Power-Play Goals in League Win
Cam Askew Takes his VJW Talents to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League
From the VJW to the NHL: Chris Kreider and Corey Schneider
Logan Bridgewater Named NEHL Player of the Week
VJW '99 Elites Advance to Mass State Championship Finals
Hunter Wilhoite Named Eastern Hockey League Defensive Player of the Week
Former Warrior Ryan Fitzgerald Named Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week
VJW U16 Tier I Team Capture 3rd State Championship & Are National Bound... Again
VJW Junior A Team Happy to Be Back Home
Four VJW Players Receive NEHL Player of the Week Honors
VJW '00 Elites Capture 2013 East Coast Classic Prep Cup Tournament Title
VJW '97 Elites Dominate and Win 2013 Midget Fall Classic
Jack Toohey Named the New England Hockey League Player of the Week
Fitzgerald, Hanifin & White Suit Up for U.S. National Under-17 Team
VJW Junior A Team Falls to Northern Cyclones in Week 2
Brendan Parent of the VJW '99s Named NEHL Player of the Week
VJW '03 Elites Advance to Finals of 2013 AAA Rochester Invitational
A new season. A new league. A new team. A new opportunity for the VJW Junior A Team
VJW Play Featured in NEHL Weekly Roundups (9/8)
VJW Teams Perform Well During Week 1 of NEHL Qualifying Jamboree
EHL Partners with EDUCATEAthletes for Full Suite of Educational Services
VJW 04 Selects Advance to Finals of Rinks at Exeter Tournament