The West Haven coaching staff (l. to r.), Joe Morrell, Jim Lafo and Gene Pacapelli, watch with the rest of the team as the 2013-2014 season comes to a close with a 7-2 loss to East Haven in the opening round of the CIAC Division I state tournament, March 12, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

End of the Road
Season ends with thorough defeat to EH in opening round of tournament
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
(March 12, 2014) - 
With memories of an earlier season loss to East Haven still fresh in its memory, the West Haven hockey team hoped to pay the Yellow Jackets back.
The Westies were given that chance Wednesday evening. Unfortunately for the Westies, they did not take advantage of the opportunity. 
Scoring while short-handed, on the power play and while even strength, East Haven ended West Haven's season with a 7-2 victory at Patsy DiLungo Rink in East Haven in the opening round of the CIAC Division I state tournament. The loss ends West Haven's season with an 11-9-1 record.  






























West Haven coach Joe Morrell (r.) consoles goaltender Mike Savino after Savino's 41 saves were not enough in a loss to East Haven, March 12, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
West Haven was under constant pressure from East Haven, especially its top line of Matt Longobardi, Tristan Goodwin and Mike Falanga. The trio combined for 13 points, including 3 goals and 3 assists by Longobardi and 4 assists from Falanga. 
"Their first line is tough," West Haven coach Joe Morrell said. "We knew the key to the game was containing that line. We were not able to do that.
"In the first period, we were either up or down a man. We did not want to give them room to skate and that is what happened. They had too much space."
Knowing the key to the game was stopping that top line, the Westies struggled with the line's power and speed. 
Just 6 minutes, 41 seconds into the game, Longobardi set the tone with a short-handed goal and a 1-0 East Haven lead.
The line was at it again late in the period. With East Haven still attacking, Longobardi and Falanga set up Goodwin with 1:06 to go in the opening period for a 2-0 lead. 
Needing a quick start in the second period to get back in the contest, West Haven watched as the opposite took place. Longobardi gave the Easties a 3-0 lead just 18 seconds into the period and Goodwin scored his second of the game off assists from Longobardi and Falanga for a 4-0 lead 3:15 into the middle period. 
The four-goal deficit proved to take the steam out of the Westies. Matt Kelly did give West Haven hope when he scored off asssits from Alex Lynch and Jaeson Puleo with 1:01 left in the middle period, sending West Haven to the intermission down 4-1. 

















West Haven players Matt Kelly (27), Jaeson Puleo (2), Peter Lynn (11) and Alex Lynch (88) celebrate Kelly's goal against East Haven, March 12, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
Again, East Haven struck early in the final period. Any hopes of a West Haven comeback slipped away when Dylan Butler scored 1 minute in and Longobardi completed the hat trick 2:03 later for a 6-1 lead. 
West Haven scored its final goal of the season 5:44 into the third period when Tyler Paine set up Kevin Coyle to cut the deficit to 6-2. 
"I am really happy with the team," Morrell said. "We were a blue-collar team and we took on that roll. The kids knew what they had to do."
Butler capped the scoring with a power play goal with 3:32 remaining. 
West Haven goaltender Mike Savino made 41 saves in the loss. Tom DeLucia made 27 saves for East Haven. 
"Mike Savino was great all year," Morrell said. "Losing Alex Scranton (to injury) was tough. That was definitely a big hit."

















Mike Savino makes one of his 41 saves against East Haven in a season-ending loss, March 12, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Senior Sendoff
Westies beat Milford 4-2 on Senior Night
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (March 4, 2014) –
 On a night to honor the seniors, the West Havenhockey team got contributions from key players.
One of those key contributors was senior Peter Lynn, who scored twice and assisted on another goal as West Haven defeated Milford 4-2 at the Edward L. Bennett Rink Tuesday evening.
“This is a big win for us,” Lynn said after his team improved to 11-8-1. “Hopefully this is a big momentum builder for us heading into the playoffs.”
West Haven honored seniors Jaeson Puleo, Alex Scranton, Lynn, Joe Ayala and Matt Kelly before the game. During the game, all five played big roles in the win.
Lynn had his offensive display with 3 points, Puleo added a goal and an assist, Ayala was steady on defense and Kelly shut down Milford sniper Zach White for a better part of the game.
Scranton could not play as he suffered a collarbone injury in a loss to Notre Dame-Fairfield on Saturday, but his presence was not forgotten by his teammates.
“This was big for us,” West Haven goaltender Mike Savino said after making 34 saves. “We wanted to win this game for Alex. He got hurt and we wanted to go out there and play for him.”
The junior goaltender did just that, stopping all 34 shots he faced in the win. Savino was at his best at the end of the contest, denying a pair of Milford scoring opportunities after the Indians had cut the deficit in half with 4 minutes, 37 seconds remaining.
West Haven set the tone of the game early with two goals in the first period. Lynn set up Puleo in front 7:19 in for a 1-0 lead and Wyatt Condon scored an unassisted goal 1:01 later for a 2-0 advantage.
The Westies needed just 10 seconds to extend the lead in the second period as Puleo set up Lynn off the faceoff for a 3-0 advantage.
After Savino denied Milford’s Ben Lavallee twice in 20 seconds, Lynn’s unassisted goal with 9:54 left in the middle period put West Haven on top 4-0.
“It was a good way to end the season,” West Haven coach Joe Morrell said. “It was the last time we were going to play in this rink. We wanted to make sure we went out with a win.”
Savino was the difference in the second period as he stopped 16 Milford shots. His best save came with 6:40 left when he made a pad save off a blast from Will Vitelli in front.
“Their goalie was the difference,” Milford coach Sal Follo said. “We did not let up. These kids are resilient. They do not give up. We played well. We had our opportunities. That was good.”
White scored twice for Milford in a span of 1:12 to get the Indians within striking distance in the third period against Joe Bepko.
White’s first goal came when he scored on the power play with 5:49 remaining. He scored his second of the game when he beat Bepko with 4:37 left.Note: West Haven’s seniors were honored before the game with the help of many, including parents Melanie Hines, Jennifer Cole, Tracy Froehlich, Ginny Lynch, Carol Kelly and Dave Paine.






















Mike Savino made 38 saves in a 4-0 loss to Notre Dame - Fairfield, March 1, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Twice the Pain
Westies fall to NDFF and lose Scranton to injury
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (March 1, 2014) –
 The West Haven hockey team entered Saturday morning’s contest with Notre Dame-Fairfield on a high. The Westies were riding a four-game winning streak and had turned the season around.
Knowing a win over the Lancers was just about the only way they could get a home game in the postseason, the Westies were unable to win their fifth in a row. Getting goals from four different players, the Lancers defeated West Haven 4-0 at the Edward L. Bennett Rink.
If the fact a home game in the postseason may have been lost was not enough, the Westies had to watch one of their leaders slowly leave the ice as senior Alex Scranton left the game in the third period with what looked to be a shoulder injury.
The extent of Scranton’s injury was not immediately known, but the Westies count on his senior leadership and presence on the ice. With one more regular season game Tuesday against Milford and the postseason right around the corner, the Westies are hoping for a speedy recover from one of their leaders on the ice. 

















Alex Scranton skates up the ice against Notre Dame - Fairfield, March 1, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
West Haven goaltender Mike Savino came up big in the game, stopping 38 of 42 shots he faced. The junior goaltender turned aside 21 shots in the first two periods and gave West Haven a chance entering the third period down by only two goals.
The Lancers continued to pepper the West Haven goaltender in the third period, but Savino turned aside 17 more shots. Unfortunately for West Haven, the offense could not get on track and Notre Dame’s Zak Bouve stopped all 21 shots he faced in the shutout.
With the game scoreless in the opening period, Notre Dame scored the only goal it would need when Christian LaCroix beat Savino with 51.8 seconds remaining. The goal erased a solid defensive effort in the opening 15 minutes which saw the Westies clog the middle and push everything to the outside.
The Westies had quality scoring opportunities in the second period as Peter Lynn was denied on a backhander in front just 32 seconds in and Bouve stopped Jaeson Puleo off a faceoff with 8:44 remaining as well.
The Lancers extended their lead to 2-0 with 1:22 left in the middle period. The goal by Mark Russo was the Lancers’ second straight late goal in the game.
The Westies mustered only seven shots on goal in the third period, which Bouve turned aside. Notre Dame iced the contest with 7:22 remaining on a goal by Cooper Demchak and picked up an insurance tally with 2:30 to go off a shot by Garrett Gintoli.

WH stymies Indians
Kelly, Savino lead Westies past Indians
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (February 26, 2014) –
 West Haven senior Matt Kelly has been known as a grinder on the ice. It came as little surprise when coach Joe Morrell gave Kelly a specific assignment two weeks ago, Kelly responded in style.
Faced with the assignment of shadowing the opposition’s top scorer, Kelly has become a nuisance for opposing teams.
Kelly again was at his best Wednesday evening, limiting North Haven’s Vin Fasulo to just one assist, as the Westies won their fourth straight game with a 4-1 decision over the Indians at the Edward L. Bennett Rink.
“I take a lot of pride in shutting down a team’s best player,” Kelly said. “They are going to get away some times but that is why we have Mike (Savino) back there. It means a lot that Coach (Morrell) trusts me. It really lets the defense get a break.”
After shutting down Amity’s Adam Shea and Branford’s Tyler Hackett, Kelly was nearly perfect against the Indians, but a goal by Michael Hribko, with Fasulo picking up an assist, ended the shutout with 1 minute, 14 seconds left in the game.
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Devin Hines (19) and Pete Lynn (11) celebrate Lynn's goal against Branford, February 24, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Home Cooking
Savino makes 26 saves in win
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (February 24, 2014)  –
 Pete Lynn and his West Haven teammates are well aware of how big a home game in the postseason is. With four games left in the regular season, the Westies are on the bubble for that home contest.
Lynn made sure the Westies took one step towards that goal Monday afternoon when he scored and helped West Haven in a 4-1 victory over Branford at the Edward L. Bennett Rink. 
“This is a huge win for us,” Lynn said. “We want to keep going. Hopefully this win gives us a big push forward. We want to get a home game.”
Since losing to Hamden in what may have been West Haven’s worst performance of the year last week, the Westies have roiled off three straight victories and have now won four of their last five to improve to 9-7-1.
“We realize we cannot take any game lightly,” Lynn said. “We have to play hard every game.”
After a scoreless first period, Lynn got the Westies on the board with a power-play goal in the second period. 
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Alex Lynch celebrates his first varsity goal against Branford, February 24, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

High Five
WH scores 5 goals in second period to beat Cheshire
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
(February 22, 2014) –
 With the postseason right around the corner, the time is now for the West Haven hockey team to get going. Saturday evening may have been a step in the right direction.
Scoring five goals in the middle period, West Haven rallied to defeat Cheshire 6-4 atWesleyan University. With the win, West Haven improved to 8-7-1 on the year.
Wyatt Condon and defenseman Devin Hines provided a bulk of the offense as each scored twice in the victory. Tyler Paine added 4 assists and Jeremy Borelli had a goal and 2 assists. 
"We were not happy with the first period, but the kids responded in the second period," West Haven coach Joe Morrell said. "We scored five goals, two in the first minute."
After Alex Bausch scored with 8 minutes, 32 seconds left in the opening period to give the Rams a 1-0 lead, Hines’ point shot evened the game off an assist from Borelli with 3:45 left in the period.
The tie did not last long. Just 29 seconds later, Ben Klanica put the Rams back in front for the last time as the Westies were a different team to start the middle period.
Less than a minute into the second period, West Haven scored twice and never looked back. Hines’ second goal of the game got tings going when he scored off an assist from Paine just 18 seconds in, then Borelli gave West Haven a 3-2 lead off assist from Paine and Joe Ayala.
The offensive barrage continued 4:05 later when Condon gave West Haven a 4-2 lead off assists from Paine and Borelli.
Klanica got Cheshire within striking distance at 4-3 when he scored 39 seconds later, but Cheshire got no closer. Condon’s second of the game, a short0handed tally with 8:24 left in the period, increased the lead to 5-3 for the Westies.
Matt Kelly scored off an assist from Alex Scranton with 3:55 to go in the middle period for a 6-3 lead.
Chris Stevens scored 4:30 into the third period for the Rams, but it was not enough asWest Haven prevailed by a pair of goals.
Mike Savino made 30 saves in the win for West Haven. 
"Mike played very well," Morrell said. "He allowed four goals, but he played very well."

















Mike Savino makes one of his 32 saves against Xavier, February 19, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Hanging On
Westies hold off Xavier, 2-1
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (February 19, 2014) -
  With one win in its last seven games, the West Haven hockey team was well aware of the importance of Wednesday afternoon’s game against Xavier. With the Falcons playing well recently, the Westies knew they were in for a test.
Consider the test passed. Behind 32 saves from Mike Savino and goals from freshman Peter Richetelli and senior Peter Lynn, West Haven defeated Xavier 2-1 at the Edward L. Bennett Rink.
“This is a big win,” West Haven coach Joe Morrell said after his team improved to 7-7-1. “We were up 1-0 after the first period, but I did not think we played well.
“I thought Mike (Savino) played well all three periods. He made some big saves late. His angles were great and he did not allow any rebounds. He is playing well right now.”
After a tough performance against Hamden three days ago, the Westies knew a quick start was important.
They got that start when Richetelli scored his first career goal, poking in a loose puck to the side of the goal off an assist from Wyatt Condon just 4 minutes, 55 seconds in.




















Peter Richetelli scores his first career varsity goal to give West Haven a 1-0 lead over Xavier, February 19, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
Savino then took over the rest of the period. The junior made 14 saves in the opening period, including a big save off Hunter Wilcox 6 minutes in and a pair of saves to rob Cam Pollock in front and John Burkinshaw from the point with 5 minutes left in the period.
“We have really struggled lately,” Savino said. “We had a bad game against Hamden. We had to come out ready to play. I just played my “A” game today. We played a good game today and got the win.”
After a scoreless second period, West Haven took a 2-0 lead in the third period. With the Westies on the power play, Lynn took a pass from Alex Scranton and fired a shot from the point past Xavier goaltender Ben Guidobono just 1:49 into the third period. 

















Peter Lynn (11) celebrates his goal in the third period against Xavier as Matt Kelly (27) joins the celebration, February 19, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske. 
“Xavier has had some big wins lately,” Morrell said. “We knew they were going to be tough. They have been playing a lot better. This is a big win today.”
The Falcons made the game interesting with 10:33 left. Chris Connolly picked up a loose puck in front, beating Savino to cut the deficit to 2-1.
Savino then came up big once again. With the Falcons putting on the pressure, Savino was there to preserve the victory. Making 11 saves in the final period, Savino’s best came when he denied Bryan Stanton with 2:53 left.
“This is a huge win,” Savino said. “We want to win as many as we can. We want to get a home game.”Guidobono made 25 saves in the loss for the Falcons.
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Joe Ayala scores (r.) West Haven's lone goal in a 3-1 loss to Hamden, February 16, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Slipping Away
Westies fall to Hamden, 3-1
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
HAMDEN (February 16, 2014) –
 After losing four games in a row and seven of its last eight, the Hamden hockey team was searching for some answers. A pregame pep talk from Hamden alumni may have done the trick.
Junior Matthew Barnett scored twice, once on the power and another short-handed, and Logan Cathey made 22 saves as the Green Dragons improved to 6-9-1 with a thorough 3-1 victory over rival West Haven at Lou Astorino Ice Rink Sunday evening.
“We had a meeting before the game with some hockey alumni,” Barnett said. “We were not playing well. They encouraged us. This is a big win for us.”
The Green Dragons wasted no time setting the tone of the contest. Forward Sam Carignan had the first solid scoring opportunity of the game 3 minutes, 50 seconds in, but West Haven goaltender Mike Savino made the save.

















Mike Savino made 33 saves, but it was not enough in a 3-1 loss to Hamden, February 16, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.  
Savino would come up big throughout the night for the Westies as he stopped 33 shots. Unfortunately for West Haven, not many others on the squad matched their goaltender’s intensity for the rivalry game. 
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Peter Lynn gives West Haven a 2-1 lead over Amity, February 12, 2014. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.

Rally Time
WH scores two in third to beat Amity, 2-1
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (February 12, 2014) –
 Through 30 minutes of play, the West Havenhockey did not resemble a unit looking like it was hoping to snap a streak of five games without a victory.
The final 15 minutes were a different story. Propelled by the stellar goaltending of Mike Savino and third period goals from Jake Lynch and Peter Lynn, West Havenrallied for a 2-1 victory over Amity Wednesday evening at the Edward L. Bennett Rink.
“We handled the puck better in the third period and we scored two goals,” West Havencoach Joe Morrell said after his team improved to 6-6-1 and snapped an 0-4-1 streak. “We did not handle our opportunities in the first two periods. Tonight was huge. If ever we needed a win, tonight was the night.”
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Jake Lynch (r.) celebrates scoring the tying goal in the third period against Amity, February 12, 2014. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.

















Wyatt Condon celebrates one of his two goals against Notre Dame, February 8, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Three and Out
Second-ranked Notre Dame rallies to defeat West Haven 6-3
By MIKE MADERA
Callan McKeon contributed to this article
Westie Blue
(February 8, 2014) –
 Through 15 minutes of hockey, the battle for city bragging rights was clearly on the side of the West Haven Blue Devils. Unfortunately for the Westies, they were not able to sustain the energy of the first period for the final 30 minutes. 
Scoring six unanswered goals, Notre Dame, ranked second in the New Haven Regsiter Top 10 poll, defeated ninth-ranked West Haven, 6-3, at theEdward L. Bennett Rink Saturday afternoon. 
The Green Knights peppered West Haven goaltender Mike Savino all game, finishing with 48 shots. The West Haven senior was on his game, making 42 saves, including 13 in the first period. 

















Mike Savino makes one of his 42 saves against Notre Dame, February 8, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
The opening 15 minutes may have been won by the Green Knights in shots, but West Haven won on the scoreboard, 3-0. 
Needing 7:22 to get their first shot on goal, the Westies opened the scoring with 5:05 remaining in the opening period.  

















West Haven puts on the pressure against Notre Dame, February 8, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
fter solid pressure anda faceoff won by the Westies, Wyatt Condon scored the first of his two goals when his shot trickled off the back of Notre Dame goaltender Wade Conlan for a 1-0 lead. 
Just 1:22 later, West Haven increased the lead to 2-0. Tyler Paine fired a shot on Conlan with the rebound going to Kevin Coyle. Coyle did not waste the opportunity as hi sgoal from in close gave the Westies a 2-0 lead. 
Savino preserved the two-goal lead with a pair of saves on Ryan Lynch anmd Kyle Lynch with 2:10 remaining in the opening period, before making a diving save with 1:45 remaining in the opening period. 
The Westies capitalized with 1:02 left in the opening period. Devin Hines skated the puck in and sent a shot which Conlan saved. The rebound went to Condon who turned the rebound into a goal and a 3-0 West Haven lead. 
That was the last time the Westies would celebrate. Ryan Lynch cut into the West Haven lead 3:05 into the second period when he beat Savino before Notre Dame came up big. 
Justin Daddio replaced Conlan in goal to start the second period and was put to the test right away. Daddio passed with flying colors as he denied Jaeson Puleo and Donny Froehlich in the middle of the second period. 
Daddio was fortunate on Froehlich's shot as the puck just trickled  before Daddio stopped the puck. 
Notre Dame continued to steal the momentum with 6:08 left in the middle period. After Savino made the original save, Alec Andreucci beat Savino to the opposite post with 6:08 remaining. 
Just 2:18 later, West Haven's lead was gone for good. Eric Austin walked out of the corner and fired a shot off the bottom of the post and in to even the game at 3. 
The final period was all about Notre Dame's Matt Dumas. After Condon was denied in his bid for a hat trick., Dumas scored a power play goal from the top of the circle with 9:29 remaining. 
Dumas then skated up the ice on a breakaway feed from Kyle Lynch. Dumas did not miss as his breakaway goal with 2:48 left gave Notre Dame some breathing room. 
Conlan and Daddio combined for 20 saves in the win for Notre Dame.
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Tyler Paine (4) and Kevin Coyle (7) celebrate Coyle's goal against Notre Dame, February 8, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

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Congratulations to junior Mike Savino and senior Alex Scranton on being named to the Coaches Association All-State Team.

Congratulations to Mike Savino and Alex Scranton on being selected to the 2013 -2014 Southern Connecticut Conference Division I First team.





























Mike Savino (l.) and Alex Scranton (r.) were named to the 2013-2014 All-SCC Division I First team. Coach Joe Morrell (c.) was also named the SCC/SWC Division I Coach of the Year. Photo courtesy of Chris Scranton. 

















Veteran's Appreciation Day, February 1, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Too Late
Top-ranked Darien holds on to defeat West Haven 2-1
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
(February 1, 2014) –
 After an overtime loss to Scarsdale, New York, West Havencoach Joe Morrell knew his team’s schedule did not get any easier.
With the likes of Darien, Notre Dame-West Haven and Notre Dame-Fairfield looming, the Westies were well aware of the task at hand.
Saturday began that task on Veteran's Appreciation Day at the Edward L. Bennett Rink. Unfortunately for the Westies, the battle they put forth came up short as Darien defeated the Westies 2-1.
Darien, which is the top-ranked team in the New Haven Register Top 10 poll, used single goals in the second and third periods to take a 2-0 lead before the Westies got going.
Trailing by two goals, West Haven put the pressure on during the final five minutes. Alex Scranton followed up a shot by Devin Hines and beat Darien goaltender Mike Colon to the top right corner for a power-play goal with 3 minutes, 49 seconds remaining.
West Haven continued the pressure in the final minutes, but Colon stopped Jaeson Puleo 40 seconds later, then denied Jeremy Borelli.
“They are a good defensive team,” West Haven coach Joe Morrell said after West Haven fell to 5-5-1. “We did not get many opportunities. We had a couple of opportunities in the final five minutes, but we could not finish it.”

















Joe Ayala (12) and the West Haven defense played well in a 2-1 loss to Darien, February 1, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
After a scoreless first period, Darien (10-1-1) took a 1-0 lead in the second period with 5:02 remaining. Connor Davis sent a pass to Jack Pardue in the left circle and Pardue’s one-timer beat West Haven goaltender Mike Savino for the first goal of the game.
The lead would hold until the third period when Davis was at it again. Taking a pass from Aidan Loh, Davis beat Savino to the upper corner for a 2-0 lead.
“I thought Mike Savino played really well,” Morrell said. “The defense played well. We played well enough to win.
“We tried to generate some offense. We have to handle the puck better if we want to compete with the number one team in the state.”

















Mike Savino made several outstanding saves in a 2-1 loss to Darien, February 1, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske. 
Savino made 31 saves for the Westies, while Colon posted 17 saves in the win for Darien.

A Matter of Time
Westies blow late lead and fall in overtime
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (January 24, 2014) -
 The difference between winning and losing often comes down to a matter of inches or seconds. The West Haven hockey team found this out Friday afternoon.
Just 17.7 seconds away from what would have been a solid victory, the Westies could not seal the deal, giving up a goal to Stephen Nicholas in the final 20 seconds of regulation, then another in overtime to James Nicholas, to fall to Scarsdale, New York 4-3 at the Edward L. Bennett Rink.
The Westies, who dropped to 5-4-1, were lackluster in the first two periods, before scoring twice in the third period to take a 3-2 lead. The Raiders kept the pressure on and Stephen Nicholas’ goal just crossed the goal line to force the overtime.
“We finally woke up in the third period,” West Haven coach Joe Morrell said. “We were bad in the first period, okay in the second and better in the third. We are supposed to win the game.”
Trailing 2-1, West Haven evened the game just 1 minute, 1 second into the final period as Jeremy Borelli picked up a loose puck in the slot and beat Scarsdale goalie Anton Zock for the equalizer. 

















Jeremy Borelli evens the game at two with a third period goal, January 24, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske. 
With constant pressure in the early part of the third period, West Haven took the lead with 10:24 remaining. Wyatt Condon set up Tyler Paine, who wrapped around the goal and beat Zock for a 3-2 lead.
Paine’s goal looked as if it would hold up as West Haven had constant pressure with 14 shots on goal in the period. Matt Kelly was denied in front and Condon was stopped on the rebound with 7:07 to go.
Scarsdale (11-2) looked as if it would have to play part of the final two minutes of the game short-handed as James Nicholas was called for goaltender interference with 2:26 remaining. That was not to be as Kelly took an unsportsmanlike penalty on the play, evening up the sides.
After another West Haven penalty to Paine put Scarsdale on the power play, Stephen Nicholas’ shot trickled past West Haven goaltender Mike Savino, evening the contest at three with 17.7 seconds to go.
The Raiders had all the momentum and used that in overtime to pressure the Westies. James Nicholas finally ended the contest just 2:38 in when his shot beat Savino.
“We have to play smarter,” Morrell said. “We try teaching that in practice. We have to be smarter out there. We chipped our way back into the game and we give it back with 17 seconds to go.”
Scarsdale controlled play early, taking a 1-0 lead in the first period when Matt Blakley scored with 3:55 remaining as he poked a loose puck past Savino.
The Westies answered early in the second period. Paine set up Kevin Coyle, who quickly beat Zock to even the game just 1:43 into the middle period.
The tie did not last long. Just 5:02 later, a one-timer by Devon Schell eluded Savino, giving the Raiders a 2-1 lead after two periods of play.
Zock came up big in the third period for the Raiders as he stopped Alex Scranton from the point with 5:22 remaining, denied Jaeson Puleo with a shoulder save 20 seconds later and stopped a blast from the point by Devin Hines with 3:51 to go.
Paine finished with a goal and an assist for the Westies. Savino made 32 saves in the loss, while Zock had 32 saves as well for Scarsdale.Scarsdale’s trio of Blakley, Schell and James Nicholas combined for 10 points. Schell finished with one goal and three assists, while Blakley and James Nicholas each had a goal and two assists.

















Jaeson Puleo (l.) and Peter Lynn (r.) look for a scoring opportunity against South Windsor, January 18, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Fit to be Tied
Westies settle for 1-1 tie with South Windsor
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
(January 18, 2014) –
 Coming off a thorough defeat at the hands of Fairfield Prep, the West Haven hockey team was looking forward to getting back on the ice.
While the Westies had a long trip to South Windsor, they knew they had to play better to come away with a victory. The Westies did not get that victory.
Not at their best, West Haven relied on goaltender Mike Savino to make 25 saves in a 1-1 tie with South Windsor Saturday evening. The Westies fell to 5-3-1 with the tie, while South Windsor moved to 2-6-1. 

















Mike Savino makes one of his 25 saves against South Windsor, January 18, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske. 
"We had so many chances to score," West Haven coach Joe Morrell said. "We just could not put one away. Their goalie played really well.
"Mike Savino played well. He did what he had to do."
After losing by six goals to Fairfield Prep, defense was on the minds of the Westies in this contest. Allowing 26 shots, West Haven watched as Savino came up with some big saves to preserve the tie, especially late in the contest. 
"This was a game we had to have," Morrell said. "We talked about it after the Fairfield Prep game. We were playing in a tough rink in a tough situation. We told the kids good teams bounce back from games like that."
The game was scoreless through the first 24 minutes before South Windsor struck first. Austin Gilligan set up Connor Minguy who beat Savino for a 1-0 lead with 5 minutes, 42 seconds left in the second period.
The lead was a short one as West Haven responded immediately. Just 1:15 later, Jeremy Borelli set up Tyler Paine for the equalizer. 

















West Haven celebrates Tyler Paine's goal against South Windsor, January 18, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske. 
That was all the scoring in the game.
Savino and South Windsor goaltender Scott Skenyon kept their respective teams in the game and each helped their teams earn a point. Skenyon had 31 saves for South Windsor.

Jesuits dump Westies
Seven unanswered goals key victory
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
BRIDGEPORT (January 15, 2014) –
 Kenneth Kochiss and his fellow senior line mates have played together for three years building chemistry.
That chemistry was on display Wednesday evening as the line of Kochiss, Matt Wikman and Dean Lockery put on an offensive show, combining for 13 points, in an 8-2 victory over West Haven at the Wonderland of Ice.
“We have played together for three years,” Kochiss said after finishing with one goal and four assists. “We have a lot of chemistry. We know where we are going to be.”
The Jesuits, ranked second in the New Haven Register Top 10 poll, trailed 2-1 after one period before responding with seven unanswered goals, including four in the second period,  to close the game.
Trailing 2-1, the Jesuits wasted no time setting the tone for the rest of the game. After controlling play in the first period but trailing by a goal, the Jesuits needed only 1 minute, 33 seconds of the second period to steal the momentum. 
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Wyatt Condon gives West Haven a 2-1 lead over Hamden in a 6-3 win, January 11, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Big Win
WH defeats Hamden, 6-3
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
(January 11, 2014) – 
Jaeson Puleo and the West Haven hockey team are well aware of the stretch of games they are in. With Simsbury, Hamden and Fairfield Prep in succession, the Westies were looking to see how they match up.
Two games in and the Westies have to be feeling good. After defeating Simsbury, West Haven rallied with three goals in the third period to defeat Hamden 6-3 Saturday afternoon at the Edward L. Bennett Rink.
Hamden’s Jeremy Routh scored his second goal of the game with 8 minutes, 51 seconds remaining to even the game at three, but the Westies rallied to score the last three goals of the game in a three-goal victory.
Just 1:16 after Routh evened the game, Puleo gave the Westies the lead for good with 4:53 left in regulation. Thirty seconds later, the Westies iced the win.
Tyler Paine scored off assists from Kevin Coyle and Jeremy Borelli as he snuck a shot past Hamden goaltender Chris Feldman for a 5-3 lead. Donny Froehlich added an empty net goal to finish off the Green Dragons with 34 seconds remaining. 

















Tyler Paine gives West Haven a 5-3 lead, January 11, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske. 
Hamden started the scoring in the contest when Stephen Pantera found the back of the net past West Haven goalie Mike Savino 3:54 into the game. Just 1:07 later, Jake Lynch evened the game for the We sties off an assist from Froehlich .
The game remained even until the final four minutes of the middle period. Alex Scranton set up Wyatt Condon with 3:15 left in the middle period for a 2-1 lead, but Routh evened the contest 44 seconds later. 
Savino made 35 saves in the win for West Haven, while Feldman made 26 saves in the loss for Hamden. 
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Peter Lynn (11) and Alex Scranton (r.) celebrate the first of Scranton's two goals against Simsbury, January 8, 2014. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.

Scranton leads Westies
Two goals by senior defenseman keys WH 3-1 win
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (January 8, 2014) -
 The West Haven hockey team had four days to think about its last game against East Haven. Thoroughly outplayed in the loss, the Westies vowed to be ready the next time they hit the ice.
Senior captain Alex Scranton made sure of it. Scoring twice, including an empty net goal with 47 seconds left to seal the win, Scranton led the Westies to a 3-1 victory over Simsbury Wednesday evening at the Edward L. Bennett Rink.
The win allowed West Haven, tied for ninth in the New Haven Register Top 10 poll, to improve to 4-2, while No. 8 Simsbury fell to 4-2. 

















Alex Scranton evens the game at one in a 3-1 win over Simsbury, January 8, 2014. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.
“This game was huge,” Scranton said. “We know we have to work hard. We needed to build some momentum going into the Hamden game. Hamden is a tough team no mattter when we play them, so this was a big game for us.“We knew we needed to come back with a big game. As a captain, I want to show leadership on and off the ice. We knew we had to do everything possible to win this game.”
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Mike Savino made 23 saves in a 3-1 win over Simsbury, January 8, 2014. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.

















Matt Kelly (27) gives West Haven a 2-1 lead against Simsbury, January 8, 2014. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.

















West Haven celebrates Wyatt Condon's second goal against East Haven in a 6-2 loss, January 4, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske. 

East beats West
Westies dominated by EH in 6-2 loss
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (January 4, 2014) -
 With six consecutive wins to open the season, but just one against Division I competition, the East Haven hockey team was eager to prove it was a top team. Matt Longobardi made sure of  that.
Scoring three goals and adding an assist, the senior left wing led East Haven to a 6-2 victory over West Haven Saturday afternoon at  the Edward L. Bennett Rink. With the win, East Haven, ranked No. 9 in the New Haven Register Top 10 poll, improves to 7-0, while sixth-ranked West Haven fell to 3-2.
“This was a big game for us,” Longobardi said. “West Haven was coming off a big win against Notre Dame of Fairfield. We knew we could not take them for granted. We got a couple of goals and everyone's spirits were up.”

















Mike Savino makes one of his 20 saves against East Haven, January 4, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
Longobardi and the Yellow Jackets seemed a step ahead of the Westies all game and never  trailed. East Haven set the tone just 32 seconds into the contest and never looked back.
Junior Michael Falanga put the Easties on the board quickly when he scored off assists from Longobardi and Tristan Goodwin on the game's opening shift. 

















West Haven's Peter Richetelli positions himself in front of the East Haven goal, January 4, 2014. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske. 
“They wanted it more,” West Haven coach Joe Morrell said. “I am very much disappointed. We know how we have to play. We have to keep moving. Today, we were standing around too much watching. We are not good enough to do that.”
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West Haven celebrates third period goal in 4-2 victory over Notre Dame-Fairfield, December 28, 2013. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.

Comeback Kids
WH scores 4 goals in third period to defeat NDFF,4-2
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
(December 28, 2013) –
 West Haven coach Joe Morrell was not pleased with the way his team played in the opening period against Notre Dame-Fairfield Saturday afternoon. Morrell let his team know about it between periods.
While the Westies did not score in the second period, they did play better. The true results came in the third period when the Westies scored four times to defeat the Lancers 4-2 in the West Haven Christmas Tournament at the Edward L. Bennett Rink.  
“We challenged the kids to compete,” Morrell said after his team improved to 3-1. “We were not pleased with the way we played in the first period. We played better in the second period but we did not score. We needed to start moving our feet. We did too much standing around.
“The goals they scored we were watching. We turned the puck over and they skated right in. We can’t do that.”
Trailing 2-0 to start the third period, the Westies quickly stole the momentum. Matt Kelly set up Jaeson Puleo who beat Justin Krochko just 24 seconds into the final period.
The goal seemed to spark the Westies as they needed just 1 minute, 5 seconds to even the game when junior Kevin Coyle scored off assists from Jeremy Borelli and Alex Scranton.
“The early goal in the third period was huge,” Morrell said. “There, Jaeson Puleo was moving his feet.”
The Westies did not stop. Just 2:57 later, West Haven had the lead for good. Borelli beat Krochko with an unassisted goal, giving the Westies a 3-2 lead. 

















Jeremy Borelli celebrates a third period goal, December 28, 2013. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.
West Haven scored its fourth goal of the game 2:27 later. Freshman Peter Richetelli set up Wyatt Condon, who waited, then beat Krochko for a 4-2 lead. 

















Wyatt Condon gave West Haven a 4-2 lead, December 28, 2013. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.
“It is the second time this year in four games we scored four goals,” Morrell said. “We came out fast in the third period. That early goal was huge.”
The Lancers controlled play from the start, taking a 2-0 lead in the first period. Just 2:48 into the contest, Craig Hessenius set up A,J. Lucatino for a 1-0 lead.
The lead would remain one goal until 5:17 remained in the first period. Jon Suporn set up Dan Walsh, who beat West Haven goaltender Mike Savino for a 2-0 lead.
“This is a huge win early in the season,” Morrell said. “We challenged them to compete. We have not competed against a top ten team. Four goals are huge against a solid team like this.”Savino was stellar in goal, particularly after the first period, as he made 33 saves in the win. Krochko made 31 saves in the loss for the Lancers. 

























West Haven goal scorers against Notre Dame-Fairfield, December 28, 2013. (From top l. to r.) Wyatt Condon, Jeremy Borelli, Jaeson Puleo and Kevin Coyle. Photo courtesy of Jay Romano.

















Jaeson Puleo (2) gives West Haven a 2-0 lead against South Windsor in a 4-0 victory, December 26, 2013. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

Fine Tuned
Westies bounce back with dominant performance
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (December 26, 2013) –
 After falling to Ridgefield in the opening round of the West Haven Christmas Tournament, West Haven coach Joe Morrell felt his team watched too much of the game. Morrell also felt the Westies were not aggressive to the puck.
Five days later, the Westies looked like a different team. Quick to the puck and working well with the forecheck, West Haven dominated in all phases of the games in a 4-0 victory over South Windsor at the Edward L. Bennett Rink Thursday afternoon.
“We moved our feet,” Morrell said after his team improved to 2-1. “We are not good enough to watch. We watched too much against Ridgefield. We worked hard and did a nice job.”
The West Haven defense was also on its game. Clearing the slot area and allowing goaltender Mike Savino a clear view of all the South Windsor shots, Savino made 21 saves in his first shutout of the season.
“We were all over them with our forechecking,” Savino said. “Coach (Morrell) kept saying we have to want the puck more. We have to want the puck more and we did. When we work hard like that, that’s what happens.
“I thought the defense was great. They allowed me to see the puck. I did not have too many shots I was screened on.”
Wyatt Condon and Tyler Paine sparked the offense all day. Condon finished with two goals and Paine had a goal and two assists as the offense got going for the Westies.
“This is good for us,” Paine said. “We put in a good forechecking effort. We got to the loose pucks. Coach (Morrell) is looking for guys to step up.”
West Haven controlled play in the opening period, holding a 12-2 shot advantage and scoring the lone goal of the period. The Bobcats did not record their first shot on goal until 3 minutes, 11 seconds remained in the opening period.
By that time, West Haven already had a 1-0 lead as Condon picked up a loose puck and used a sliding effort to beat South Windsor goaltender Scott Skenyon for a 1-0 lead with 4:55 left in the first period.

















Wyatt Condon (on ice) slides to give West Haven a 1-0 lead against South Windsor, December 26, 2013. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske. 
“That line played really well,” Morrell said. “The line moved the puck very well. They did all the little things today.
“We need scoring from all three lines. All three lines have to contribute.”
Skenyon was tough in goal for the Bobcats in the opening period as he denied Matt Kelly in front 2:36 in, denied Peter Lynn off a face off 24 seconds later and stopped a Devin Hines point shot and the rebound by Jeremy Borelli with 11:17 to go in the opening period.
South Windsor picked up the pace in the second period and controlled play for the first six minutes. Savino was up to the challenge, denying Tyler Dowdy in front, Zachary Sylvester from the point and Connor Minguy from the slot within two minutes.
The Westies had two odd man rushes but did not capitalize as a 4-on-1 break went by the boards without a shot on goal.
The Westies took control of the game with 11.8 seconds left in the second period. Paine fed Jaeson Puleo, who deked Skenyon and beat the goaltender from the backhand for a 2-0 lead. 
The Westies increased the lead to 3-0 just 1:39 into the third period. Paine set up Condon in front and Condon did the rest from out front for a three-goal lead. 
Savino preserved the shutout when he denied Patrick Lawson in front and Nicholas Jones from the slot 1:36 apart early in the period, then stopped Sylvester from the point, Jones in front and Bryan Bakas in front in the final 4:19.West Haven capped the scoring with 5:50 left in the third period. Borelli and Alex Scranton set up Paine for the 4-0 lead.

















Tyler Paine (l.) sets up Wyatt Condon (r.) for a 3-0 lead against South Windsor, December 26, 2013. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.

















Peter Richetelli (8) battles for a loose puck against South Windsor, December 26, 2013. Photo courtesy of Jason Romano Photography.

















Wyatt Condon (25) forechecks against South Windsor, December 26, 2013. Photo courtesy of Jason Romano Photography.

Power Outage
WH drops 4-1 decision against Ridgefield
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
WEST HAVEN (December 21, 2013) -
 The West Haven hockey team rallied to defeat Greenwich in the season opener, scoring three times in the final period. Looking to build off the momentum of the victory, the Westies scored first against Ridgefield Saturday afternoon.
That was all the Westies could muster. The Tigers finished the game with the last four goals, on their way to a dominating 4-1 victory over the Westies at the Edward L. Bennett Rink in the opening game of the West Haven Christmas tournament.
West Haven never got into the flow of the game, giving Ridgefield six power plays. Couple the penalties with the turnovers and West Haven was destined to its first loss of the young season.
“We struggled in a lot of parts of the game,” West Haven coach Joe Morrell said after his team fell to 1-1. “We did not do anything well. We can’t take ourselves out of the game and we did that today.”West Haven wasted no time getting on the scoreboard as sophomore Tyler Paine scored just 1 minute, 6 seconds into the contest off assists from Jeremy Borelli and Devin Hines. That was all the offense on the day for the Westies. 
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Thriller
Westies score 4 goals in third period to win 5-3 in opener 
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
(December 18, 2013) – 
Trailing by two goals after a second period dominated byGreenwich, the West Haven hockey team was reminded by coach Joe Morrell hockey is a game of momentum.
With the Cardinals controlling the second period, West Haven needed a spark.  That spark came in the form of Alex Scranton.
Scoring his second goal of the game just 45 seconds into the third period, Scranton put the momentum back on West Haven’s side. The Westies capitalized, scoring three more times in the third period, on their way to a 5-3 road win over Greenwich in the season opener for both teams.
“It was a great comeback,” Morrell said. “We got the goal early in the third and we added on.”

















Alex Scranton scored three times in West Haven's win over Greenwich, December 18, 2013. File photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
While Scranton opened the scoring in the final period, it was his third goal of the game, coupled with one by Donny Froehlich, which put the Westies ahead for good.
West Haven scored twice in 39 seconds, the latter with a two-man advantage, to take the lead for good. Matt Kelly set up Froehlich with 9:55 left in the game to even the game at three and Froehlich and Tyler Paine set up Scranton’s third goal of the game, 39 seconds later for a 4-3 lead. 
Kelly iced the game with 13 seconds remaining off an assist from Paine. 
“Hockey is about momentum,” Morrell said. “We had the momentum in the first period and scored a goal. They had it in the second period and scored three goals. The difference was they scored three goals with momentum and we scored one.
“Alex scored early in the period, then we got the two quick ones. It was all about the momentum.”
Kelly and Scranton helped open the scoring on the year in the first period. With a man advantage in the final two minutes, Kelly fed Scranton who beat goaltender Bryan Archino for a 1-0 lead to cap a period which saw the Westies hold a 10-2 advantage on shots.
Greenwich quickly turned the tide in the second half when Tom Feda score just 51 seconds in to even the game at one.
Just 1:36 later, Luke Finneran scored a power play goal to give Greenwich a 2-1 lead before Finneran scored again 1:06 later for a 3-1 advantage. 
Kelly had a goal and assist in the win, while Paine added two assists. 
Mike Savino made 19 saves in the win, while Archino finished with 33 saves. 

Fresh Start
Westies look to veterans to lead the way in 2013-14
By MIKE MADERA
Westie Blue
Nine months have passed since the West Haven hockey team suffered a heart-breaking overtime loss to Xavier in the opening round of the state tournament. In that time, plenty has changed, but the goal of playing at Ingalls Rink for a state title in March remains the same.
If the Westies are to make a run at a state title, they will have to account for the loss of offense left when Austin Hansen graduated and Jim Morrissey left to play at Canterbury. Between Hansen and Morrissey, gone are 39 goals and 69 points between the two.
New faces will need to step up if the Westies are to be successful. Leading the group are senior defensemen and captains Joe Ayala (2 goals, 3 assists) and Alex Scranton (14 assists) and senior forwards and assistant captains Jaeson Puleo (7 goals, 9 assists) and Peter Lynn (5 goals, 4 assists).
“Joe and Alex are good leaders,” West Haven coach Joe Morrell said. “They both have done a good job in the off season with the workouts. They spent a lot of time doing the off season workouts, including the gym, and they were there every single day.”

















Don Froehlich (14). Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
With the core of West Haven's defense returning, including Ayala, Scranton and juniors Devin Hines and Don Froehlich, the Westies are solid in the back. Sophomore Hunter Cole and freshman Alex Lynch add depth to an already strong defensive unit.

















Devin Hines. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
What makes them even better is senior Mike Savino returns between the pipes, where Morrell states he has looked “very good” early in the preseason. Senior Anthony Lanziero will back up Savino.
“Mike Savino has looked very strong so far in the preseason,” Morrell said. “He is very athletic.”
Savino was impressive last season, facing 532 shots and making 476 saves for an 89% save percentage. Lanziero was equally impressive, stopping 118 of 133 shots for an 89% save percentage.
If the Westies are going to have any success this year, they clearly need to find players to put the puck in the back of the net. That must start with the White Line, which consists of Puleo at center, Lynn on the left wing and Matt Kelly on the right side. 

















Matt Kelly. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
Puleo and Lynn combined for 25 points last season and must continue the trend upward for the Westies to be successful. Kelly is a scrappy player, who will be counted on to provide offense.
“We want to make sure we get better and better every game,” Morrell said. “We are strong in goal and on defense. We have to find kids who can put the puck in the net.
“We have to work hard. I don't know that we are going to score a lot of goals. We have to outwork everyone and play well on defense.”
The Blue Line is a young line, but it will be counted on to light the lamp. Sophomore Jeremy Borelli will anchor the line at center, while junior Kevin Coyle will play on the left and sophomore Tyler Paine will be on the right.
“The line is young,” Morrell said. “We can compete with two solid lines, but we need to put the puck in the net.
“The defense has all played together. They are all returners and we are four deep with a year under their belts.”
The Red Line is still a work in progress as juniors Jake Lynch and Wyatt Condon will team up with a mix of freshmen Max Lynch and Peter Richetelli.The Westies open the season, Wednesday, December 18, at Greenwich at 5:30 p.m.

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