BELMONT, Mass. -- The field at the Belmont Hill/Nichols Tournament wasn’t deep, but there were several very good, younger prospects on the top teams.
The team with the most young talent, Brunswick, skated away with the championship thanks to a 1-0 victory over host Belmont Hill in the final. Jakub Teply’s power play goal and a few key saves from goaltender Alex Rohlf were the difference.
Millbrook finished third, but also looked to have some solid college prospects for the future. Albany Academy, Nichols and Rivers also had a couple of players who stood out during the three day tournament.