Danvers’ goals came from Troy Fleming and Stephen Ganley, with Zach Persson adding an assist.
“Danvers is a really good team. They have a lot of guys that can play, so holding them to two goals is really good for us,” Pynchon said. “We did a great job defensively and that kid No. 11 (Jay Calcagno) is as good as any kid in the conference.”
Danvers is now three games behind Beverly in the NEC standings.
“Obviously, going into the season our goal was (to win) the NEC and that’s probably not a reality for us at this point, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have aspirations to host a playoff game here at Danvers,” Murphy said. “With half the schedule left, we’ll continue to work hard to achieve that goal.”