Wakefield Red won the title.
In quarterfinal play, Andrew Martin, who also had two assists, scored 27 seconds into overtime to give Wakefield a 5-4 decision over Groton/Dunstable – Nate Brissette capping a hat trick with a goal with 1:55 left in regulation to force OT and then assisting on the winner, Finn Ashburn with two assists in the loss; Maddox Jacobson scored two goals and set up another and Mike Nerich had two assists as Lynn trimmed Wakefield Black 6-4 – Brady Walsh and Ryan Metsis with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss; Green’s second goal of the game, with 5:23 left in the second period, was the winner as Chelmsford edged North Andover3-2; and Ronan scored one goal and dished out three assists in Methuen’s 5-1 triumph over Newton.
In the semifinals, Brissette wore the hat and added an assist and Martin scored twice in Wakefield’s 6-3 victory over Methuen – Robinson with 1-1-2 in the loss; and Anthony Seals wore the hat, Amelia Spencer scored twice and Jacobson had two assists in Lynn’s 8-3 win over Chelmsford.
In the title game, Wakefield rallied with all five goals in the final 6:49, Mike Covelluzzi scoring with 6:49 left, Martin coming through with two goals in 24 seconds and Brissette then tallying twice in the final minute of a 5-3 victory over Lynn – the game winner coming with 56 seconds remaining.
PLAYOFF MVPs: Nate Brissette and Andrew Martin, Wakefield Red