WARWICK â€“ Tolman High took care of business on Saturday night, scoring early and often en route to an 8-0 victory over Warwick Veterans.
The Tigers struck just 14 seconds into the game when Ryan Pedro converted a pass from Ed Reall for a 1-0 lead. Kody Casavant then scored the next game less than one minute later. Ryan Deighan and Reall added goals to give Tolman a 4-0 lead after one period.
Brandon Speight scored the first of his two goals with one second left in the middle stanza. Casavant added two more goals in the final period for the Tigers, who take a 2-1 record in Division III into Thursdayâ€™s road game against Mount Hope set for 7:30 p.m. at the Portsmouth Abbey rink.
â€śI thought we moved the puck well and played like a team,â€ť Tolman coach Steve Reynolds said. Warwick Veterans is winless (0-3) on the season and has been outscored 27-1 in those three games.
The Tigers will host unbeaten Johnston/North Providence on Saturday night at Lynch Arena. JNP iced Tolman 4-1 in the season opener last weekend.
Tolman 4 â€“ 1 â€“ 3 â€“ 8
Warwick Veterans 0 â€“ 0 â€“ 0 -- 0
First period: 1. TOL, Ryan Pedro (Ted Reall), 0:14; 2. TOL, Kody Casavant (una.), 1:03; 3. TOL, Ryan Deighan (Kevin Tracey, Brandon Speight), 3:46; 4. TOL, Ted Reall (Kody Casavant), 11:49.
Second period: 5. TOL, Brandon Speight (Christopher Wallace), 11:59.
Third period: 6. TOL, Kody Casavant (Ryan Pedro), 0:23; 7. TOL, Brandon Speight (Deighan, Wallace), 10:52; 8. TOL, Kody Casavant (una.), 11:49.
Shots on goal: Tolman 38, Warwick Veterans 15. Goalie saves: Jared DaSilva (T).
BURRILLVILLE â€“ Pilgrim broke open a scoreless game with three goals in the final period on Saturday night en route to a 3-1 victory over North Smithfield.
Matt Prudhomme scored the lone goal for the Northmen, who fell to 0-2 in Division II-North with the loss. They face Coventry on Saturday night at Levy Rink in their next game.
Pilgrim took 38 shots on North Smithfield goalie Erik Pelletier, who was credited with 35 saves.
Pilgrim 0 â€“ 0 â€“ 3 â€“ 3
North Smithfield 0 â€“ 0 â€“ 1 â€“ 1
Third period: 1. PIL, Dylan Legarie (Cody Weaver), 7:50; 2. PIL, Nicholas McGuirl (una.), 9:31; 3. NS, Matt Prudhomme (Jacob Decelles), 10:08; 4. PIL, Cody Weaver (Nicholas McGuirl, Bryant Palermo), 13:53.
Shots on goal: Pilgrim 38, North Smithfield 17. Goalie saves: Erik Pelletier (NS) 35, Ian Giuttari (PIL) 16.
WOONSOCKET â€“ Scituate skated to an 11-1 victory over Woonsocket on Saturday night at Adelard Arena.
Chance Boucher scored the Villa Novansâ€™ first goal of the year at 3:49 of the first period after Scituate had opened with three goals. Jon Flynn and Metrius Gonzalez were awarded assists on the goal.
Ian Provencal and Matt Defaut shared goalkeeping chores for Woonsocket (0-4). Provencal stopped 26 shots and Defaut made 11 saves.
Scituate outshot Woonsocket, 48-10.
Mounts iced in OT
WEST WARWICK â€“ Mount St. Charles took unbeaten La Salle into overtime before dropping a 3-2 decision on Saturday night at the West Warwick Arena.
Sophomore Bryan Lemos netted the game-winner at the 3:09 mark of overtime.
Mount had led 2-1 on a goal by Brandon Borges early in the second period. La Salle, which had defeated Mount 3-1 in the season opener on Dec. 2, tied the game three minutes into the third period on a goal by Stephen Roccio when the Mounties had two players sitting in the penalty box.
â€śThatâ€™s the second time they have scored on us in a 5-on-3 situation,â€ť Mount coach Dave Belisle said. â€śOther than that, I think we played extremely in this game. I thought we had the edge in the territorial battle. In the first game against La Salle, I thought they won the territorial battle so this game was definitely an improvement for us.
â€śI thought we skated better and passed better,â€ť Belisle added, when asked for specific examples of the improvement in his young squad. â€śIt was really a great hockey game.â€ť
Both teams took 33 shots on goal. Mount goaltender Brian Larence made 30 saves on the night. Freshman goalie Tyler Walsh made 31 saves for the Rams.
The Mounties are now 1-2 in Division I action this season with both their losses coming to La Salle, which beat them 3-1 in the season opener. Mount will host Moses Brown at 9 p.m. on Friday night at Adelard Arena.
Mount 1 â€“ 1 â€“ 0 â€“ 0 â€“ 2
La Salle 0 â€“ 1 â€“ 1 â€“ 1 â€“ 3
First period: 1. MSC, Benjamin Handanyan (Brian Belisle, Brian Campbell), 0:36.
Second period: 2. LAS, Jason Delisle (Stephen Roccio, Bryan Lemos), 0:26; 3. MSC, Brandon Borges (Campbell, Handanyan), 1:44.
Third period: 4. LAS, Rocchio (Lemos, Robert Fox), 2:43.
Overtime: 5. LAS, Lemos (Nicholas Migliori), 3:09.
Shots on goal: MSC 33, La Salle 33. Goalie saves: Brian Larence (MSC) 30, Tyler Walsh (LAS) 31.