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January 30, 2013

Breaking it down by digits across the local hockey landscape

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12: Points by Peabody’s leading scorer, Derek Demild. The Tanners are the only team in the area who don’t have a player with more points than games played (in this case, 13).

14: Number of Danvers High players who have scored 100 or more points in a career after Strangie picked up an assist in last Saturday’s 4-0 win at Lynn.

15: Goals this season for Trip Franzese of Marblehead in his first year with the Headers after transferring from the Pingree School. That number leads all North Shore goal scorers.

16: Number of players who have scored at least one goal for St. John’s Prep this winter: Tyler Bird (8), Brian Pinho (8), Andrew Brandano (7), Justin Longo (6), Jack McCarthy (5), Cam Shaheen (4), James Currier (3), Nic Gianelli (3), Derek Osbahr (3), Nick Bragole (2), Paul Crehan (2), James Brightney (2), Mark Azarian (1), Ean Mendeszoon (1), Evan Leclerc (1) and Teddy McNamara (1).

17: Number of players who have scored at least one goal for Beverly High this winter: Graham Doherty (12), Andrew Irving (11), Connor Irving (11), Nick Albano (6), Jesse McLaughlin (4), Ryan Santo (4), Clinton Cabral (3), Nate McLaughlin (2), Jack Morency (2), Matt Hamor (2), J.J. Bachini (2), Brendan Boyle (2), Tom Lindgren (1), Jake Straw (1), Teddy Leathersich (1), Kevin Lally (1) and Hunter Spencer (1).

18: Plus/minus of St. John’s Prep defenseman Evan Leclerc, the best mark on his squad.

19: Number of seasons since St. John’s Prep has won the Catholic Conference (1994, to be precise). They can do so with a win at home over Catholic Memorial tonight.

21: Shutouts so far this season turned in by Salem News-area goaltenders.

24: Goal differential that Beverly has outscored its opponents by in the first period of games (26 to 2).

26: Games played during the 2012-13 school year without experiencing a single loss for Beverly defenseman Jack Morency; he was part of the Panthers’ 13-0 Super Bowl football team, and is a blue line mainstay for the 12-0-1 BHS pucksters.

28: Goals allowed by Bishop Fenwick in the first period of games.

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