, Salem, MA


March 25, 2013

2013 Salem News Boys Hockey All-Stars


Pinho was ranked No. 117 among North American skaters in the Central Scouting Bureau's midseason rankings for the 2013 National Hockey League Draft.

Finishing his high school career with 35 goals and 66 assists for 101 total points, Pinho will play a year of junior hockey before going to Providence College on a Division 1 hockey scholarship. Also an outstanding student at St. John's Prep, he credits his father Jim for being his biggest athletic influence.


Beverly Sophomore


Among the North Shore's leading scorers for defensemen with eight goals and 16 assists for 24 points ... Had three assists in victory over Lynnfield ... Had the game's only goal, a third period power play tally, in a 1-0 win over Winthrop ... Third on the team in assists ... Fourth in both goals and total points ... Northeastern Conference all-star and All-Conference selection ... Hoping to do a post-graduate year after high school before playing hockey at a four-year college.


Salem Senior


Witches' captain was also team's leading scorer with 24 points ... Wenham native led club in goals (14) ... Had hat trick and added an assist in win over Everett ... Northeastern Conference all-star ... Finished high school career with 25 goals and 46 points ... His leadership was key in Salem improving from one win a year ago to six this past season ... Embraced first-year coach Ted Hanley's philosophy and coaching style from Day 1 ... Looking to attend the University of Maine.


Beverly Sophomore


Second-year starter had one of the greatest seasons ever by a Panther netminder ... Finished with 14-1-1 record, going unbeaten in the regular season ... Had a miniscule 0.99 goals-against average and a save percentage of .943, both of which led the North Shore ... Had an area-high seven shutouts, including a pair vs. Saugus ... Northeastern Conference all-star and All-Conference selection ... Favorite performance came in a 4-2 late season win over Danvers ... Goalie coach Mike Buckley has been his biggest athletic influence.

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