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2024 SCHSHL Top Ten Forwards



Each week LISN runs the numbers through our AI Analytics program in order to analyze each team’s performance to date. Our model is designed to evaluate player performance based on the quality of competition, margin of victory, goal differential by period, high danger scoring chances and a multitude of other factors tracked by LISN.

1st Bobby Trites – Smithtown Hauppauge 

GP: 13 | Goals: 13 | Assists: 13 | Points: 26

The Bulls Captain has five goals and eight assists since returning from an injury sustained in November and Smithtown Hauppauge has gone 3-0-2 during that stretch.

2nd Thomas Ivers – East Islip

GP: 15 | Goals: 14 | Assists: 35 | Points: 39

The league leader in assists and points has yet to be held off the scoresheet this year and now has three goals and eight assists in his last five games.

3rd Colin Kalberer – Sachem 

GP: 16 | Goals: 9 | Assists: 20 | Points: 29

The longtime running mate of Thomas Konkowski has been the ultimate glue guy for one of the league’s top teams all season long. Colin Kalberer has three goals and eight assists in his last five games while tilting the ice in Sachem’s favor.  

4th Cameron Kalberer – Sachem 

GP: 16 | Goals: 12 | Assists: 13 | Points: 25

The speedster has been a crucial component on the top line for Sachem all year long with four goals and six assists in his last five games. 

5th Tommy Azzariti – St. Anthony’s 

GP: 14 | Goals: 10 | Assists: 5 | Points: 15

Azzariti has five goals and three assists in his last five games, but what is even more impressive is how and when the Friars star scores. Azzariti potted two apiece in big wins over East Islip and Sachem with another two coming in a win against Northport Huntington. 

6th Ryan Fleischauer – Connetquot Sayville BBP

GP: 14 | Goals: 9 | Assists: 13 | Points: 24

The T-Birds Captain has come out of the winter break playing his best hockey of the season. Fleischauer’s feet haven’t stopped moving while playing an excellent two-way that Connetquot Sayville BBP will rely on down the stretch.  Fleischauer has five points in his team’s last five games. 

7th Michael Agafonov – Northport Huntington 

GP: 6 | Goals: 6 | Assists: 4 | Points: 10

Northport Huntington Tigers are a different team with last season’s leading scorer back in the lineup. Agafonov is an elite play-driver who has all the tools coaches love to have at their disposal in the playoffs.  The Northport Huntington star has five points in his last four games with back-to-back multi point games against St. Anthony’s and West Islip. 

8th Stefan Hludzinski – Kings Park Commack

GP: 16 | Goals: 9 | Assists: 9 | Points: 18

The KPC Captain has two goals and five assists in his last five games for a Knights squad that has gone 3-1-0-1 during a stretch of games that included a 3-1 loss to the Bulls and a 1-0 overtime loss to EI. 

9th Jackson Cantalupo — Smithtown Hauppauge  

GP: 12 | Goals: 11 | Assists: 13 | Points: 24

The first year Varsity player hasn’t been held off the scoresheet since September 27th and has six goals in his last five games. Look for the former Junior Varsity division champion to be a key cog down the stretch for the Bulls.

10th John Coyle — Kings Park Commack

GP: 15 | Goals: 6 | Assists: 3 | Points: 9 

The Knights rookie is an excellent two-way center who was selected to represent his team in the fastest skater competition for a reason. Coyle scored the game winning goal in a 3-0 win against the T-Birds before unleashing in a two goal, four point performance in a 7-0 statement win over a Tigers squad that upset the Knights in their first meeting of the season. 

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