Gloucester hockey shuts out Revere
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The Gloucester Fishermen boys hockey team faced the Revere Patriots last night at Dorothy Talbot Rink, and came out with a win. The final scored was 6-0.
The Fishermen came out ready to play. Both teams battled back and forth, but neither the Patriots or the Fishermen found the net in the first period.
Gloucester’s Sal Costanzo started off the second period with a goal a couple minutes in. Revere tried to fight back, but Eric Chalmers, assisted by Chris Noyes and Harrison Marshall, found the net again towards the end of the period. Senior Liam Lyons put the score at 3-0 by the end of the second, with a goal assisted by Jack Sperry and Colby Mitchell.
The third period started off with a goal by sophomore Derek Hopkins, assisted by Lyons. Lyons scored his second for Gloucester, followed by another goal by sophomore Timothy White.
“We started slow,” said Gloucester’s coach Sean Lyons. “We picked it up and played much better in the second and third periods”
The boys’ next game is February 11th against Danvers at Rockett Arena in Salem.