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SCHSHL Top Ten Forwards – Weeks 10 and 11



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 Thomas Konkowski – Sachem

GP: 3 | Goals: 11 | Assists: 2 | Points: 13 | Team Record: 2-0-1

The Sachem Captain had back-to-back four goal performances with two consecutive first period hat tricks against the T-Birds and the Bulls, before netting a hat trick and an assist against the Tigers.

2nd Thomas Ivers – East Islip Chiefs

GP: 3 | Goals: 3 | Assists: 6 | Points: 9 Team Record: 2-1

The Chiefs star recorded a goal and an assist against the West Islip Lions before the Thanksgiving Break. Ivers had two key assists in a 5-2 loss to the Friars, before netting two goals with three assists on the first five goals of an 8-3 win against the Patriots. 

3rd Jesse Lemza – Kings Park Commack Knights

GP: 2 | Goals: 3 | Assists: 1 | Points: 4 Team Record 1-0-1

Scored the Game Winning Goal in a three point performance against the Friars. Scored the game tying goal to narrowly evade an upset loss to the Patriots. 

4th Brendan Landrigan | Smithtown Hauppauge Bulls

GP: 2 | Goals: 4 | Assists: 1 | Points: 5 | Team Record: 1-0-1

Landrigan scored a shorthanded goal in a win against the Tigers, before leading the Bulls charge with three goals and one assist in a tie game against Sachem.  

5th Colin Kalberer – Sachem

GP: 3 | Goals: 1 | Assists: 5 | Points: 6 | Team Record: 2-0-1

The Sachem star has slotted in as the team’s first line center over the past week which has led to a surge in scoring for Sachem. His six points are impressive, but his best plays aren’t the ones that landed him on the scoresheet. 

6th Anthony Pepe – East Islip Chiefs

GP: 3 | Goals: 4 | Assists: 2 | Points: 6 | Team Record: 2-1 

The scrappy winger has four goals, one on the penalty kill and three at even strength, in the last three games for the Chiefs with two assists during that span. 

7th Thomas Azzariti – St. Anthony’s Friars

GP: 3 | Goals: 2 | Assists: 1 | Points: 3 | Team Record: 1-1

The hero in an upset win against the Chiefs, the former freshman phenom is always noticeable on the ice even when he doesn’t find the back of the net. 

8th Lucas Scolaro – Ward Melville Patriots

GP: 3 | Goals: 2 | Assists: 2 | Points | 4 | Team Record: 1-1-1

You love him if he’s on your team, but you hate him if he isn’t. Scolaro is a pesky winger averaging over a point per game in his last three contests. He scored both Patriots goals in a 2-2 tie against the Knights.

9th Logan Booth Alum – Connetqout Sayville BBP T-Birds

GP: 3 | Goals: 1 | Assists: 1 | Points: 2 | Team Record: 1-2 

The rookie from Lake Ronkonkoma has four points in four games, but it’s his ability to tilt the ice in the T-Birds favor that has made him one of the SCHSHL’s fastest rising stars. 

10th Ryan Colapinto – Northport Huntington Tigers

GP: 2 | Goals: 2 | Assists: 0 | Points: 2 | Team Record: 0-2 

The Huntington native is one the SCHSHL’s premier shutdown centerman and his two goals in a monster performance against Sachem kept the game close until the final minutes of the third frame. 

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