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2015-2016 Bedford Hockey Varsity

December 5th, 2016

Bedford looks to regain its Championship status from Division II, and take a Division I Title in it's 8th year. With a roster of 9 Seniors, 8 Juniors and 6 Sophmores, the team has plenty of fast offensive and big defensive players.

The current game schedule starts December 19th, and our players are looking forward to advance the current record of 111-42-4.

Teams to watch this year will be Bishop Guertin, Concord and Bishop Brady.  The coaching staff of Marty Myers, Luc Vaillancourt, Don Palmer and Ray Bernard return, with the help of our team manages, Molly Quinn, Kasey Blaisdell and Abby Peters. Captains Alex Abad, Nate John and Tyler Gamble look to lead the team to a great year.

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2015-2016 NHIAA Division I State Champions

March 19th, Verizon Wireless Arena
NHIAA Division I Champions

Bedford Boys ice hockey team, in less than 2 years since entering NHIAA Division I program, won the State Title on March 19th at the Verizon Wireless Arena.  Capping off a 16-2-0 season with 9 shutouts, and never letting in more than 2 goals in any single game, the Bulldogs had the highest amount of "goals for" at 102, and lowest "goals against" at 14. But there was one team that had a better game record.  Bishop Guertin was undefeated in the State (18-0-0), and boasted many senior players. Bedford took home the title with a stunning game performance and a score of 4-3. Goals were not easy to come by, and BG came out screaming with a goal 34 seconds into the game. Bedford answered with a goal by Grffin Gagne, assisted by Jay Roberto.  BG came back with a goal with 7:32 left in the first period. The first period ended Bedford down 2-1, but out-shooting BG 15-7.  In the second period, the Bulldogs tied up the score at 2-2 with a goal by Nate John, assisted by Tyler Gamble. Bedford then went ahead with a goal by Jake Rioux, assisted by Jay Roberto to bring the score to 3-2.  BG Cardinals then scored with 3:02 in the second to tie the game at 3 a piece. After killing off a penalty that occured at 2:28, Bedford was rewarded with a powerplay and a payoff with a goal by Jay Roberto with 5 seconds left in the period. Going into the third period with a score of 4-3 Bedford played a lockdown game, and Goalie Erik Voloshin fended off a few close ones, but BGs late game penalty and pulling of their goalie was unsuccessful. The team, with their golden mullets, celebrated a great win over a very tough opponent and proved that hockey in Bedford is strong and ready for a very bright future.