Harbormen Lose a Tough Battle with Framingham on Senior Night

The 3-1 loss didn't take way from a great night of celebrating the 13 seniors and their parents.

Photos by Joshua Ross


Seniors Will Ham (20), Captain Joe Sullivan (22), and Grady Harrington (23) took part in the pregame celebrations honoring seniors and their parents for their 4 years of hard work and dedication to the Hingham High School Hockey program.  Sullivan dressed for in what was mostly likely his last time with his teammates on the ice last night.  He had to "retire" from hockey a few weeks back due to continuous injuries.  Even though he is not physically on the ice, he is still an influential leader off the ice.


Donned in their custom Hingham Hockey jerseys, "The Mutants" are the Harbormen's own personal cheering section at almost every game, home and away.  They are mostly seniors and should also be recognized for their amazing dedication to the team throughout the season.


Senior Captain Danny Packard separates Framingham's Ryan Shimelman from the puck early in the game. The hits came early and often as both teams were looking to establish themselves from the start.


Senior Cam Tedeschi looks to get the Hingham offense going early in the 1st period.


Framingham took the early 1-0 lead, but Freshman Aidan Brazel flies through the neutral zone into Flyers' end.  He ended up scoring late in the 1st period to tie it up 1-1.


Hingham celebrates the Brazel goal in front of the crazed "Mutants" in the stands.


Senior Captain Terrance Concannon looks to clear puck out of the Harbormen's defense zone early in the 2nd period.


Senior James Eustace, playing solid defense in front of his net, puts a body on Framingham's Captain Will Trishchitta preventing him a scoring opportunity.


Senior Will Ham starts an offensive rush from deep in his zone looking to break the 1-1 tie late in the 2nd period.


Sophomore Goalie Luke Merian makes a great leg save early in the 3rd period keeping it a 1-1 tie.  Unfortunately, Framingham score minutes later to take the 2-1 lead.


Sophomore Bobby Falvey holds the puck in at Framingham's blue line as the Harbormen give the Flyer's everything they could handle with a late 3rd period push. But the Flyer's goalie made some great saves and they added another goal late giving them their first win over Hingham in 18 years.

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