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MIAA Massachusetts High School Hockey

MHL Top 20: Feb. 10

1. Austin Prep Cougars, 13-0-3 (Last ranking: 1)

AP was 5 minutes, 7 seconds away from knocking off Rhode Island power Mount St. Charles before the Mounties tacked on three unanswered to skate away with a tie. The Cougars have already clinched the Catholic Central large title, and if they can survive Falmouth without a loss, the No. 1 seed in the Super Eight has to be theirs.

2. BC High Eagles, 10-1-4 (Last ranking: 8)

Quietly, the Eagles are 5-0-3 since a Jan. 9 loss to CM at Fenway Park. BC has won its last three, all against teams sure to be in the discussion for Super Eight bids: Malden Catholic, Pope Francis and Arlington.

3. Hingham Harbormen, 12-2-2 (Last ranking: 5)

How did the Harbormen respond to one of their worst home losses (9-3 vs. Central on Jan. 30) in Tony Messina’s tenure? Just your standard 4-0 blanking of the Pope Francis Cardinals. Depending on how things go in Falmouth, Hingham could avoid the Super Eight play-in game this year.

4. Malden Catholic, 9-2-3 (Last ranking: 2)

MC’s back-loaded schedule means they still have a staggering seven games left before the postseason. But with a win vs. CM tomorrow, the Catholic Conference title belong to the Lancers outright.

5. Catholic Memorial Knights, 11-2-2 (Last ranking: 4)

We’re really hoping the third time is the charm for the CM-Hingham game next week; it has already been postponed twice due to snow, first on Jan. 7 and again last Thursday.

6. Arlington Spy Ponders, 13-2-2 (Last ranking: 3)

If the Ponders hold serve and win the games they’re supposed to win, the Middlesex Liberty title banner will hang at Ed Burns Arena. Arlington is in a (very) minor slump after a loss to BC High and a tie vs. Reading this week – no shame in either, just a reminder there’s still work to do.

7. Walpole Rebels, 17-0-1 (Last ranking: 6)

Don’t take the one-slot drop in the rankings as a sign the Rebels are slipping; just the opposite, as they won the biggest game they had left on their schedule vs. Braintree, 1-0 on Wednesday. After Natick tomorrow, Walpole has just three games remaining – all against teams with losing records (Newton North, Norwood and Brockton). As long as the loss column stays blank, they’ll be getting a call to the Super Eight. James Corcoran has allowed just nine goals this season. Nine!

8. Marshfield Rams, 14-1-2 (Last ranking: 9)

The Rams have been inching their way up the rankings all season long and now find themselves at a season-best No. 8. Marshfield hosts Medfield, the defending Div. 2 state champs, tomorrow, and will then have four games left – two of which are against Arlington and Franklin. Dan Connolly’s squad, which has already clinched the Atlantic Coast League title, has put itself in excellent position.

9. Central Catholic Raiders, 11-3-3 (Last ranking: 10)

The win at Hingham opened the most eyes, just in terms of the margin of victory even, but the Raiders still haven’t lost in calendar year 2017 (9-0-3). That includes wins in the last eight contests.

10. Pope Francis Cardinals, 11-3-1 (Last ranking: 7)

Western Mass.’s finest is just 1-3 since the 11-0-1 start.

11. Reading Rockets, 10-5-2 (Last ranking: 19)

Reading is 5-0-2 over its last seven…which gets you thinking, can they pull a 2014 Duxbury (win the Buddy Ferreira Classic and crash the Super Eight party)?

12. Burlington Red Devils, 10-4-2 (Last ranking: 12)

The Middlesex Freedom title is long since wrapped up, but can the Red Devils do enough the rest of the way to get into the Super Eight conversation?

13. Andover Golden Warriors, 11-4-1 (Last ranking: 13)

Chris Kuchar’s team can still win the DCL/MVC 1, depending on the outcome of tomorrow’s monumental showdown with Central at home.

14. St. Mary’s Lynn Spartans, 11-4-1 (Last ranking: 14)

The Spartans will have plenty of opportunities for marquee wins down the stretch, including Andover, BC High, Pope Francis and potentially Malden Catholic. Mark Lee’s team just may have a Super Eight run in it yet.

15. Franklin Panthers, 11-5-0 (Last ranking: 11)

Franklin still needs to fend off North Attleboro for the Hockomock League title, but once against feels like a team that will be playing late into March.

16. Xaverian Hawks, 7-5-3 (Last ranking: 15)

A Super Eight appearance appears unlikely, but the Hawks can still be a factor in determining the fates of some league rivals, including Catholic Memorial and St. John’s Prep. Xaverian’s game vs. SJP, its season finale, could determine whether the Eagles qualify for the postseason at all.

17. Wellesley Raiders, 12-4-0 (Last ranking: 18)

Wellesley’s win over Framingham certainly opened some eyes, considering the Flyers remain the lone team to secure a point vs. unbeaten Walpole.

18. Braintree Wamps, 10-5-1 (Last ranking: 17)

The Wamps have lost three out of four, its lone win coming over sub-.500 Needham.

19. Framingham Flyers, 8-4-4 (Last ranking: 16)

Sneaky big home game vs. Weymouth tomorrow, as the Flyers look to fend off both the Wamps and the Wildcats in the Bay State Carey race.

20. Medford Mustangs, 9-4-2 (Last ranking: N/A)

The late Charlie Driscoll would be proud to see this upstart Medford team on the up-and-up. Driscoll, who passed away in January, became the first head coach to lead a public school to the Super Eight championship game in 1993 at Medford High.

Next five out: Duxbury (9-6-2), Arlington Catholic (7-5-3), Weymouth Wildcats (6-5-3), Falmouth Clippers (9-6-1), St. John's Prep Eagles (5-7-2).

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