2018 Devils/NJSIAA All-Tournament Teams Announced

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NEW JERSEY DEVILS/NJSIAA

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS HONORED

2017-18 PUBLIC A, PUBLIC B, PUBLIC C AND NON-PUBLIC TEAMS SELECTED

 

The New Jersey Devils High School Player of the Month Program continues in this, their 26th season honoring the top scholastic hockey players in the Garden State.

2017-18 All-Tournament Teams

Non-Public
F-Mickey Burns, Don Bosco
F-Hunter Macy, Delbarton
F-Nick Siffringer, Delbarton
D-John Campomenosi, Don Bosco
D-Jalen Kaplan, Delbarton
G- Matt Schoer, Pope John

2018 NJSIAA Non-Public State Champion, Delbarton Green Wave (Tom Smith TSPImages)

Public A
F- T.J. Evan, Woodbridge
F-Scott Schnell, Hunterdon Central
F-Richard Stefanik, Hunterdon Central
D-Travis Beni, Woodbridge
D-Chris Del Gaizo, Hunterdon Central
G- Noah Dominick, Hunterdon Central

2018 NJSIAA Public A State Champion, Hunterdon Central Red Devils. (Tom Smith TSPImages)

Public B
F- Jin Lee, Northern Highlands
F- Colm Trainor, Princeton
F- Will Zimmer, Randolph
D- Aidan Connelly, Northern Highlands
D- Sean Vlasich, Northern Highlands
G- Scott Kimiecik, Randolph

2018 NJSIAA Public B State Champion, Northern Highlands Highlanders. (Tom Smith TSPImages)

Public C
F- Alex Laferriere, Chatham
F- Greg Spitznagel, Summit
F- Thomas Winter, Chatham
D- Nick Meyer, Chatham
D- Johnny Puskar, Summit
G- Nikita Pryymak, Summit

 

Every month December through February, eight student-athletes from throughout the state will be selected as recipients of the award. Public A, Public B, Public C and Non-Public All-Tournament Teams will be selected in March and an overall Boys and Girls High School Player of the Year will also be chosen at the conclusion of the season.

Winners are based on nominations received from members of the media who cover the state’s scholastic hockey. Award winners and their guests receive tickets to a Devils game, a plaque presented by a Devils’ player and dinner compliments of the Devils. This marks the 26th season the Devils honor high school student-athletes.

 

2017-18 SELECTIONS

Devils’ All-Tournament Teams

Devils’ Players of the Month for February

Devils’ Players of the Month for January

Devils’ Players of the Month for December

2016-17 SELECTIONS

Devils’ All-Tournament Teams

Devils’ Players of the Month of February

Devils’ Players of the Month of January

Devils’ Players of the Month of December

2015-16 SELECTIONS

Devils’ All-Tournament Teams

Devils’ Players of the Month of February

Devils’ Players of the Month of January

Devils’ Players of the Month of December

2014-15 SELECTIONS

Devils’ All-Tournament Teams

Devils’ Players of the Month of February

Devils’ Players of the Month of January

Devils’ Players of the Month of December

2013-14 SELECTIONS

Devils’ All-Tournament Teams

Devils’ Players of the Month of February

Devils’ Players of the Month of January

Devils’ Players for the Month of December

2012-13 SELECTIONS

Devils’ All-Tournament Teams

Devils’ Players for the Month of February

Devils’ Players for the Month of January

Devils’ Players for the Month of December

 

Main Image: 2018 NJSIAA Public C State Champion, Summit Hilltoppers. (J.C. Hageny/HockeyClan)

 

Written by John Christian Hageny / @JCCSPORTS 

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