With the 2018-19 Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association high school hockey season over, it’s time to look at the top 100 players in the Bay State circuit.
New England Hockey Journal has begun unveiling the top 100 players who played high school hockey this winter. Already released are the top 13 freshmen, top 32 sophomores, and top 24 juniors. Today, it’s time to publish the top seniors.
Over the course of the three-month season, there were several seniors who stood out as being worthy of recognition. Many of these players will move on to junior hockey, prep school as a PG, Division II or Division III, or club hockey.
No player in Massachusetts high school hockey stood out more this winter than BC High captain and first line center Thomas Kramer. As his coach, John Flaherty, put it, he simply willed his team, as he did in the state championship game.