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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Roster

1 Tadeas Bezdek, Goal, Prague 9, Czech Republic

2 Beau Brisette, Forward, Winchester, MA

3 Juno Cowans, Defense, Beverly, MA

4 Avan Pyle, Forward, Hanover, NH

*5 Chad Leach, Defense, Londonderry, NH

6 Gabe Brondel, Forward, Canaan, NH

7 Michael Fluty, Defense, Draper, UT

8 Lachlan Simmers, Forward, Norwich, VT

9 Dylan Biggs, Forward, Vineyard Haven, MA

10 Miles Kim, Defense, Woodland Hills, CA

11 Jack Costello, Forward, Winchester, MA

12 Zach Miles, Forward, Norwich, VT

*13 Riley Shaw, Forward, Washington, DC

14 Alex Kozin, Forward, Dover, MA

15 Connor Pollard, Defense, Lebanon, NH

16 Jake Calvani, Defense, Lynnfield, MA

17 Caden Perkins, Defense, Plainfield, NH

*18 Brogan Lamb, Forward, Kent, CT

19 Cole Beck, Forward, Skillman, NJ

20 Zach Hawthorne, Forward, Hanover, NH

30 Dylan Gorman, Goal, Rye, NY

*Captains

Scores & Results

Team Opponent Date Advantage Result Score
JV Hockey vs.
Rumsey Hall
Away Loss
JV Hockey vs.
Rumsey Hall
Away Other
JV Hockey vs.
Hanover Bantam
Home Win 5-0

Recent Game Recaps

vs.
Rumsey Hall
Loss

In Cardigan’s JV hockey's third game of the Pavek Cup Tournament, the Cougars played their friends from Upland Country Day School. The Cougars jumped out to a quick lead when Riley Shaw '19 scored, banging in a rebound. Upland quickly tied the game, but Brogan Lamb '19 made it a 2-1 game and the Cougars regained the momentum. Tadeus Bezdek '21 played his best game of his Cardigan career as he continued to turn away many shots Upland produced. However, the Cougars just came up short and Upland scored on an empty net, making the final 4-2.

In the final game of the tournament, Cardigan was faced with Western Mass Wizards. The Cougars came out flat, allowing the Wizards to score three quick goals, deflating the Cougars. Dylan Gorman '20 played great, keeping his team in the game as they battled back making it 3-2. The Wizards kept pushing making it a 5-3 game. Overall, the Cougars represented their school really well and had a very enjoyable weekend. Riley Shaw '19 and Connor Pollard '20 were named to the All-Tournament Team which was selected by other coaches.

vs.
Rumsey Hall
Other

Cardigan’s JV Hockey Team kicked off the Pavek Cup Tournament at Rumsey Hall on a positive note by defeating Indian Mt School 8-0. Brogan Lamb '19, Riley Shaw '19, Lachlan Simmers '20 led the way with two goals each, while Cole Beck '19 and Connor Pollard '20 scored singles. Dylan Gorman '20 played a solid game earning the shutout.


In the second game of the tournament, the Cougars took on the hosts Rumsey Hall for the third time this year. Both Rumsey and Cardigan played a great game, but the Cougars were trailing by a goal or two most of the contest. Down 3-1 in the third period, the Rumsey goalie made some big saves preventing the Cougars from mounting a comeback. Riley Shaw '19 scored the only goal in the game as Rumsey prevailed 5-1 with an empty net goal.

vs.
Hanover Bantam
Win 5-0

In final home game of the year, Cardigan JV hockey took on a mixed team of Hanover Bantams and Hanover High JV. It was a great game that remained tied at 0-0 until the third period. Avan Pyle '20 led the way with a three goal night, while Miles Kim '21 and Brogan Lamb '19 rounded out the third period, scoring with a final result of a 5-0 win for the Cougars. Tadeas Bezdek '21 earned the shutout for Cardigan.

vs.
Ulysse
Win 6-3

Cardigan JV hockey played another solid game in a back to back series with Ulysse U14. The Cougars outplayed their opponents but a few mental defensive errors allowed Ulysse to stay in the game. Near the end, the Cougars finally pulled away ended with 6-3 win.

vs.
Ulysse
Win 5-4

The JV Hockey Cougars put together their best three-period performance of the year, on Friday. Lachlan Simmers ‘20 started the scoring on a beautiful setup from Jack Armstrong ‘19 and Dylan Biggs ‘20. Simmers wasn't done yet and tallied three more. Brogan Lamb ‘19 finished with two assists and Biggs added two additional helpers. Avan Pyle ‘20 scored a top-shelf goal, from a tight angle, assisted by Riley Shaw ‘19. Dylan Gorman ‘20 gets the win in the cage.

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