Cardigan Mountain School A boarding and day school for boys in grades 6 through 9

JV Hockey

Coaching Staff

Ryan Sinclair, Head Coach

Coach Sinclair first joined the Cardigan faculty after earning an AB in environmental science from Dartmouth College in 2002. He was a member of the Dartmouth Men's Ice Hockey Team as well as the ECAC All-Academic Team. Ryan left Cardigan for two years to earn his MBA at Grenoble Graduate School of Business in Grenoble, France in 2008. As a British/Canadian/American citizen, Ryan has traveled to over 70 countries worldwide and has started his own student leadership and travel programs, called Ivy Leader, which he runs in the summers. Ryan is the Director of service learning, off campus and international programs, and spearheads the Global Community Initiative at Cardigan. This is Ryan’s 15th year at Cardigan and he lives with wife Sarah, theirs sons Niven and Finlay, in the McCusker #1 dormitory.

Graham Gauthier, Assistant

Coach Gauthier came to Cardigan in 2010 as a member of the Summer Session faculty and in 2011 began teaching during the academic year. At Cardigan, Graham teaches algebra and geometry, coaches hockey and lacrosse, advises some great students, and is a dorm parent in McCusker 2. Graham spends his free time by golfing, skiing, or playing hockey.

Schedule

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Proctor Academy
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Hanover JV
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Eaglebrook
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Rectory
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Hanover Bantam
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Brewster Academy
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Holderness
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Rumsey Hall
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Rumsey Hall
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Holderness
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Roster

#NameHometown
2Gabe RaphaelHalifax, NS Canada
3Brian XiShanghai, China
4Juno CowansBeverly, MA
5Jake CalvaniLynnfield, MA
6Reid GueldenzophMeriden, NH
8Teddy StettiniusWashington, DC
9Austin KnottFranklin, NH
10Jack DecMontauk, NY
11Danny ValentiManhasset, NY
12Nathaniel JohnsonConcord, NH
13William BeckSkillman, NJ
14Lachlan SimmersKetchum, ID
15Gabe BrondelCanaan, NH
16Jason MahSeoul, South Korea
17Beau BrissetteWinchester, MA
18Mark AnstissChelmsford, MA
19Oskar HakkarainenHyvinkaa, Finland
20Zachary HawthorneHanover, NH
21Nick YoonSeoul, South Korea
22Jayden LeeIncheon-Si, South Korea
30Dylan GormanRye, NY
31Justin LeeLos Angeles, CA
Miles KimWoodland Hills, CA

Scores & Results

Team Opponent Date Advantage Result Score
JV Hockey vs.
Hartford Wolfpack
Home Win 5-0
JV Hockey vs.
Hartford Wolfpack
Home Win 4-1
JV Hockey vs.
College Durocher Saint-Lambert
Home Loss 1-3
JV Hockey vs.
College Durocher Saint-Lambert
Home Win 6-4
JV Hockey vs.
Plymouth Jr. Panters
Home Win 6-0
JV Hockey vs.
St. Louis
Home Loss 0-3
JV Hockey vs.
St. Louis
Home Loss 3-2

Recent Game Recaps

vs.
Hartford Wolfpack
Win 5-0

The Cardigan JV Hockey Team came out flying for their second game of the afternoon to score a goal six seconds into the first period. The Cougars controlled the pace of play for all three periods. Justin Lee '20 earned the shutout.

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Hartford Wolfpack
Win 4-1

In the first game of a double header, Cardigan JV hockey took on the Hartford Wolfpack. The Cougars quickly took the play to their opponents by scoring three very quick goals, lead by the white line. Lachlan Simmers ‘20, Oskari Hakkarainen ‘20, and Danny Valenti ‘21 were dominant throughout the game; each had a goal in the first period, while Simmers adding another late in the game. The Cougars played really well, earning the 4-1 win.

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College Durocher Saint-Lambert
Loss 1-3

The rematch between the Cardigan JV Hockey Team and College Durocher St. Lambert proved to be another great game between two strong teams. College Durocher St. Lambert opened the scoring on a power play in the first period and followed up with another power play goal to take the lead 2-0. The Cougars fought back and took the play to their opponents, but the goalie for College Durocher St. Lambert was amazing. The Cougar’s late push fell short and Cardigan had to accept the 3-1 loss. Overall, the Cougars played great and the boy supported each other throughout.

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College Durocher Saint-Lambert
Win 6-4

The Cardigan JV Hockey Team took on College Durocher St. Lambert in their first game after the Thanksgiving break. Despite being away from the ice as a team, the Cougars worked hard throughout a back-and-forth game to stay competitive. After controlling the pace of play in the first 10 minutes of the game, the Cougars gave up two quick goals and found themselves down 2-1 heading into the intermission. Although Cardigan missed some scoring chances, the Cougars were able to battle back and earn the win. The total team effort will hopefully be a harbinger for good things to come!

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Plymouth Jr. Panters
Win 6-0

Cardigan JV hockey came out flying versus the Plymouth Jr. Panthers and scored four quick goals in the first 8 minutes of the game and ended the first period 6-0. The Cougars were a much stronger team, so in the third period the coaches decided to mix up the teams by trading jerseys, stop keeping score, and the kids had a great end to the game. Some of the traded Cougar players even scored against their team. All players learned how important sportsmanship is and that having fun playing this game is really important too.

Record: 4-3

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Ryan Frost
Director of Athletics
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Julia Ford
Assistant Director of Athletics and Director of Alpine Skiing
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Nancy Moye
Athletics Administrative Assistant
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Leonard Angelli
Athletic Trainer
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