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HOCKEY PLAYOFFS: See which five SouthCoast teams qualified and who they will face

Five of SouthCoast’s eight hockey teams have qualified for the MIAA playoffs.

Here’s a look at each team and their opening matchup.


Apponequet/Old Colony

Record: 10-8-1

Seed: No. 33 in Div. 3

Opening matchup: The Lakers will take on No. 32 Ludlow on Tuesday in a 6:50 p.m. preliminary-round matchup at Olympia Ice Center in West Springfield.

Outlook: The Lakers ended the regular season with a loss that snapped a five-game winning streak. Senior goalie Jake Smolinsky has been a team leader and very consistent in net all season. The Lakers have also been led by leading scorer Will Harrop, a junior forward, and senior defenseman Sean DelGiudice, who has worked well with Smolinsky to keep the team in games.

Bishop Stang

Record: 17-2-1

Seed: No. 9 in Div. 3

Opening matchup: The Spartans will host No. 24 Quincy for a 6 p.m. Round of 32 matchup on Saturday at Hetland Memorial Rink in New Bedford.

Outlook: The Spartans will take a two-game winning streak into the playoffs. Their first line of senior Justin Gouveia, senior Jack Jedrey and sophomore Quinn Pine combined to score 56 goals in the regular season and senior Seamus Marshall is one of the top all-around defensemen in the area. Senior goalie Matt Dore (1.10 goals-against average, .950 saves percentage) and junior keeper Braden Bennett (1.14 goals-against average, .950 saves percentage) have split time in net and have nearly identical stats. Both will see action in a scrimmage at Falmouth on Wednesday and coach Ken Gouveia will make an end-of-the-week decision on who will get the start against North Quincy.


Record: 14-4-1

Seed: No. 12 in Div. 2

Opening matchup: Dartmouth will host No. 21 Westwood for a 2 p.m. Round of 32 matchup at Hetland Memorial Rink in New Bedford on Saturday.

Outlook: Dartmouth finished the regular season with a 9-1-0 record in its last 10 games. Senior leadership and experience have been the keys on a team with a lot of unselfish players who are willing to do the little things that win games. Dartmouth has played with good balance attacking with the puck and defending on the go.

Old Rochester

Record: 11-10-0

Seed: No. 30 in Div. 3

Opening matchup: The Bulldogs will take on No. 3 Hanover for a 5 p.m. Round of 32 matchup at Gallo Ice Arena in Bourne on Saturday.

Outlook: ORR will take a one-game winning streak into the tournament and will have its hands full against a talented Hanover team. The Bulldogs have an experienced goalie in senior Thomas Galavotti and a veteran defense. They’re averaging about 4.5 goals a game and will look to come out swinging with some tough defense and pop in a couple of goals to put some pressure on the Hawks and see what happens.


Bishop Stang

Record: 11-7-2

Seed: No. 12 in Div. 1

Opening matchup: The Spartans will host No. 21 Billerica for a 4 p.m. Round of 32 matchup at Hetland Memorial Rink in New Bedford on Saturday.

Outlook: The Spartans will look to their first line of senior Mikayla Brightman, senior Lexi Yost and freshman Kacey Curran to set a good tone on offense. Junior Jordan Theriault has worked well with senior goalie Sophie Babineau on defense and a key for the Spartans will be maintaining their focus and limiting the mental lapses that have proven costly in some close games.