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2014 GAME RESULTS(including Playoffs)

2014 REGULAR SEASON GAME RESULTS

Jan. 11th
BRUINS 5 BLACKHAWKS 2
The Bruins got three first period goals from former Blues forward Charles Smith-Frazier before Tristyn Collins scored for the Hawks late in the period. In the second Jocelyn Miller scored again for the Bruins, but Thomas Gordon put one past the Bruin goaltender to again close the gap to two goals. In the third period Joccelyn Miller picked up her second goal of the game to finish the contest scoring. 
RANGERS 6 RED WINGS 1
The Ranger defense didn't allow the Wings offense much of a chance at their goalie Derek Myers who had a shutout going until Red Wing Devin Thompson was able to get in alone to score late in the third period. Quentin Faynor had a hat trick from the D for the Rangers, while center Annica Barlow collected two goals and former Penguin forward Kyle Knoll got his first Ranger tally. 
FLYERS 4 MAPLE LEAFS 3
 Each team scored twice in the opening period with Dylann Humble and rookie Connor Joseph scoring for the Flyers and Dalton Hosey and former Penguin Emilee Gonser getting goals for the Leafs. The second period was all flyers with rookies Abeni Hartwell and Connor Joseph getting goals. Hosey scored again for the Maple Leafs in the third to make it close, but the Flyer defense played tough the last part of the period to hold on for the win. 
Jan. 17th
BLACKHAWKS 4 CANADIENS 2
The Hawks took the lead late in the first period on a Thomas Gordon shorthanded goal. In the second period the Canadiens Owen Bailey scored to tie it up, but about three minutes later Zhanna Reid put the Blackhawks back in front with her first goal of the season. The Canadiens Bailey again tied it up early in the third with a powerplay tally. Near the halfway point in the period however rookie Trinity France got what turned out to be the winning goal when a hard Payton Bolton blast deflected off her past Canadien goalie Connor Wood. Thomas Gordon added another shorthanded goal later in the third to insure the Hawk victory.
 BRUINS 6 MAPLE LEAFS 5
The Bruins took the lead only 34 seconds into this contest on a Carsen Musser goal, but later in the period the Leafs scored two shorthanded goals, ( one by Emilee Gonser and one by Dalton Hosey), to go in front. In the second period Charles Smith Frazier tied it up, but just over a minute later Hosey's second goal put the Maple Leafs back in the lead.  Erin Derusha gave the Leafs a two goal lead with less than three minutes left in the period, but Cordell Frank scored for the Bruins with only 57 seconds remaining to make it a one goal game going into the third. The Bruins drew even in the first minute of the last period on a second Smith-Frazier goal and then got a Jocelyn Miller tally about a minute later to take the lead back. Former Penguin Justin Schliep tied the game up again with his first Maple Leaf goal with 3:24 to play. Smith- Frazier however with less that 2 minutes remaining in the game was able to complete his second hat trick in two games, to give the Bruins their second win and hand the Leafs their second defeat of the young season.
 RANGERS 3 FLYERS 3
The Flyers Dyllan Humble opened the scoring with only 8 seconds gone in the game, but less than a minute later the Rangersgot even with a Annica Barlow goal and the took the lead on a Quentin Faynor blast from the defense about a minute later. Dyllan Humble again scored for the Flyers later in the period  however to make it two all at the end of the period. The game remained tied until with only 1:28 left in the second period Faynor again smashed a hard shot from the D that put the Rangers in front for a second time. Early in the third, Alison Hartwell scored to tie it up for the Flyers and the two fine defensive units were able to keep it that way for the remainder of the game. 
SATURDAY JAN. 18TH
CANADIENS 4 Redwings 2
The Canadiens took the lead in the first period when Caden Faurot took a shot on goal that was stopped by the wing goalie. but who accidently threw the puck in his own net when it stuck in his glove as he went to clear it to the other side. Gunner Garrett tied it up on a shorthanded goal about half way through the second period, only to have Owen Bailey put the Canadiens back in front a couple minutes later. Gunner Garrett again tied the score for the Wings with less than a minute to go in the second. In the third period however William Sisson and Garrett Backe scored ( both on Owen Bailey assists), for the win.
FLYERS 3 Bruins 1
After a scoreless first period the Flyers grabbed the lead on an Alison Hartwell second period goal. In the third Logan Boldrey scored to give a two goal lead for the Flyers. Bruin Charles Smith-Frazier did keep his hot scoring streak going later in the period, but less than a minute later the Flyers talented rookie Connor Joseph scored his third goal of the season to cement the Flyer victory. 

RANGERS 2 Blackhawks 0
First and third period goals by Kyle Knoll were all the Rangers needed as the Rangers strong defense kept the Hawks playing in their own end most of the game. Goalie Leah Priesman had scoreless first & third periods for the Rangers while Derek Myers was perfect in the second. Blackhawk goalie Hazilyn Stephens  made many good saves to keep the game a close one.
FRIDAY FEB. 7th
Blackhawks 5 Maple Leafs 3
The Hawks had the lead coming out of the first period on a Hayden Curtis goal. In the second Thomas Gordon got two more Blackhawk goals before Aidan Derusha put the Leafs on the board with his first goal of the season, but with only 6 seconds left in the period Gordon again scored for the Hawks. In the third Payton Bolton had another Blackhawk goal before Justin Schliep and Dalton Hosey each scored for the Leafs.
Rangers 3 Bruins 1 The Rangers defense was again the story in this game. All of the scoring came in the first period as the Rangers had goals from Ken Curtis, Kyle Knoll(shorthanded), and Andrew Sebastian. The only goal for the Bruins was on a powerplay by Charles Smith-Frazier.
Canadiens 8 Red Wings 5 This was a real goalie nightmare of a game as the Canadiens Owen Bailey and Wings Noah Scott were each able to score 5 goals. The Canadiens also were able to get two goals from Caden Faurot and one from Connor Wood.
Saturday Feb. 8th
Bruins 2 Red Wings 0 The Red Wings were never able to beat Bruin goalie Austin Schantz as he recorded the first shutout of a KFHL net minder in the 2014 season. The Bruins had a first period goal by Jocelyn Miller and a third period powerplay goal by Charles Smith-Frazier. 
Flyers 4 Blackhawks 3 The Flyers were able to keep their unbeaten 2014 record against a determined Hawk attack in this contest. It looked like an easy game for the Flyers as Logan Boldrey and Dyllan Humble both scored for them in the first minute of play. Alison Hartwell later in the first period added one more for them, but less than a minute later the Hawks struck back. Payton Bolton scored for the Blackhawks and then just ten seconds later Zhanna Reid put one into the Flyer net. In the second period Bolton got her second goal and the Blackhawks had tied it up. About half way though the third period Flyer rookie Abeni Hartwell scored what turned out to be the winning goal to get them the victory.
Rangers 6 Maple Leafs 2 The Rangers defensive unit again made sustained offensive pressure very hard for the opposition in this game. Dalton Hosey of the Leafs did manage two goals on hard smashes, but the rest of the scoring was all Rangers. defenseman Quentin Faynor had two goals from the D and center Annica was able to pick up two goals as well. Andrew Sebastian and rookie Azaleah Barlow had the other Ranger goals.
 
Friday FEB. 14th

Bruins 4 Red Wings 3 The Bruins jumped out to a early lead in the first periods on goals by Carsen Musser, Celeste Feasel, and Charles Smith-Frazier. The Wings fought back in the second with Devin Thompson and Chevy Cournaya goals. Jozelyn Miller added another Bruin goal in the third period and it turned out to be the game winner as the Red Wings did get a Noah Scott goal late in the period.

Flyers 4 Canadiens 3 The Flyers had first period goals from Dyllan Humble and Logan Bolderly before The Canadiens were able to score on a Owen Bailey shot during a powerplay. The Canadiens tied it up during the second period on a William Sisson goal. Early in the third Alison Hartwell scored to put the Flyers back in front, but Bailey again(this timea shorthanded) scored to tie it back up with less than three minutes to play. About a minute later however Logan Boldery again found the back of the Canadien net for what turned out to be the game winning goal.

Rangers 9 Maple Leafs 2 This game was tied at two apiece at the end of the first period, but the Rangers went on to score 5 unanswered goals in the second and 2 more  in the third. The Rangers got 2 goals each from Kyle Knoll, Ken Curtis, Annica Barlow, and Quentin Faynor(both of his from the defense). The Leaf scoring was done by Dalton Hosey and rookie Matthew Morris.

Saturday Feb. 15th

Canadiens 5 Maple Leafs 5  The Maple Leafs came out of the first period with a 3 to 2 lead after they got three goals from Dalton Hosey. The Canadien first period goals were by Caden Faurot and William Sisson. The Leafs got two more Hosey goals early in the second period, but the Canadiens had goals from Owen Bailey and Garrett Backe to make it a one goal game again. In the third period rookie Lilly Faurot scored her first KFHL goal to give the Canadiens the tie.

Flyers 6 Bruins 4 The Bruins Jocelyn Miller and Cordell Frank(on a powerplay) each scored in the first period before the Flyers were able to get on the board with a Logan Boldery goal. The second period saw the Flyers get a shorthanded goal by Alison Hartwell. In the early part of the third period in this penalty filled contest Logan Boldery scored two more goals(the second on a powerplay) and then Dyllan Humble also got a goal for the Flyers. The Bruins fought back however with another Frank goal and then with 17 seconds to go a Charles Smith-Frazier tally made it a one goal game. The Bruins then pulled their goalie for the extra attacker, but with 8 seconds left on the clock Alison Hartwell found the empty net to cement the Flyer victory. 

Rangers 3 Blackhawks 1 Late in the first period Andrew Sebastian was able to stop a Blackhawk clearing attempt and get the puck past goalie Hazilyn Stephens, (who made many good stops to keep this game close) to put the Rangers out front.  The second period was scoreless with the Rangers continuing to enjoy a large shot advantage. In the third Quentin Faynor was able smash home his 10th goal of the season from the defense and Annica Barlow was also able to get a Ranger goal. Hawk forward Thomas Gordon was able to get their only tally.

Friday Feb.21st

Flyers 3 Red Wings 2 The Wings took a first period lead on a Noah Scott goal and about half way through the second period got one from Matthew Slaght to make it a two goal game. With only 51 seconds left in the second period however, Abeni Hartwell scored and the Flyers came into the third with new life. Early in the third Flyer Logan Boldery tied the game up and then later in the period Abeni Hartwell got her second of the game to send the Red Wings down to another defeat.

Maple Leafs 3 Blackhawks 3 After a scoreless first period both teams had 2 goals in the second and one apiece in the third. The Leafs had goals from Logan Boldery(on loan from the Flyers), Aiden Derusha, and Dalton Hosey. Hawk goals were two by Zhanna Reid and one by Payton Bolton. 

Saturday Feb. 22nd

Canadiens 4 Blackhawks 3 Both teams had a pair of first period goals. William Sisson and Owen Bailey for the Canadiens , with Thomas Gordon and rookie Trinity France getting the Hawk goals. France scored again on a second period powerplay for the Blackhawks, but in the third Sisson scored again and Caden Faurot got the winner for the Canadiens. 

Rangers 5 Red Wings 2 The Red Wings played really well in this game which remained scoreless until with only a little over 4 minutes left to play Annica Barlow grabbed a clearing pass and send a hard shot into the Wing net. Only 3 seconds later Andrew Sebastian again found the back of the Read Wing goal. The Wings fought back 14 seconds later on a Devin Thompson goal. Annica Barlow wasn't done yet however and she scored again about a minute later. The Rangers defensive wonder Quentin Faynor then smashed in his 11th goal from the D and assisted on a Kyle Knoll tally. The Red Wings Noah Scott did score with 10 seconds left to play, but the Wings again suffered a tough loss.

Maple Leafs 2 Flyers 0 The Flyers suffered there first loss of the 2014 campaign as they weren't able to get anything passed Leaf goalie Hanna Pixley as she collected only the second goalie shutout so far this season. Dalton Hosey was able to pick up two goals to give the Maple Leafs their first win in 2014.

 Friday Feb. 28th (rescheduled from Jan. 24th)

Flyers 2 Blackhawks 2 After a scoreless first period the Hawks Thomas Gordon had a goal at about a minute and a half into the second, but Logan Boldrey scored  with less than 3 minutes remaining in the period to get the Flyers even. Boldrey again scored for the Flyers early in the third, but with a little over 2 minutes remaining to play Hayden Curtis scored to get the Blackhawks the tie.

Rangers 8 Canadiens 0 The Rangers led this one all the way. They had 3 goals from Kyle Knoll, two from Annica Barlow, and one each from Quentin Faynor(from the D), Andrew Sebastian, and Kenneth Curtis. Leah Priesman had two scoreless periods in net for the Rangers.

Maple Leafs 4 Red Wings 2  The Leafs had two first period goals from Dalton Hosey and the Wings one from Matthew Slaght.  The second was all Maple Leaf as Justin Schliep and Emilee Gonser each scored. Slaght  got another goal for the Red Wing cause in the third period.

Saturday March 1st

Blackhawks 6 Red Wings 5  The Wings took the lead with about three minutes remaining in the first period on a Devin Thompson goal. Both teams had a couple of goals in the second period with Hayden Curtis getting two for the Hawks and Noah Scott scoring twice for the Red Wings. In the third early, the Blackhawks got another Curtis  goal and one from Payton Bolton before Scott again scored for the Wings tying things back up. Thomas Gordon then scored twice for the Blackhawks within about a minute and a half. The Wings did get a Matthew Slaght  goal with a little over a minute remaining in the game, but the Hawks were able to hold them off the rest of the way for the win.

Maple Leafs 13 Canadiens 7 Dalton Hosey put on quite a show as he scored 7 goals and assisted on 5 more. The Leafs had 5 goals from Emilee Gonser and a pair from Justin Schliep. Owen Bailey scored 5 goals for the Canadiens (all in the third period). Caden Faurot and Garrett Backe had the other Canadien goals.

Rangers 3 Bruins 2 The Bruins worked hard and got some good goaltending from Austin Schantz the first two period to keep the Rangers from scoring. In the first period Bruin Carsen Musser had a goal and in the second Celeste Feasel gave them a two goal lead. In the third the Rangers' Kyle Knoll took a rebound from a hard shot from Faynor on the defense to get their first goal of the game. With a little over a minute left to play in the  game Andrew Sebastian smashed an impossible angle shot from the corner that somehow squeezed through between Shantz and the post to tie things up. With one second showing on the clock Annica Barlow smashed home a shot from in front of the net on a great Kyle Knoll pass to give the Rangers the win.

 

 

 

 

 

Friday March 7th

Maple Leafs 7 Bruins 5  Emilee Gonser had 5 goals to lead the Leafs to this victory. Justin Schliep and Dalton Hosey had the other Maple Leaf goals. The Bruins goals were by Jocelyn,Charles Smith-Frazier, Celeste Feasel, Cordell Frank, and Carsen Musser.

Flyers 6 Canadiens 2 The Flyers took the lead early in this contest and kept it. Logan Boldery and Darrek Humble each scored twicehad one for the Flyers, while Dyllan Humble and Abeni Hartwell each had a goal. Owen Bailey and William Sisson had the Canadien goals.

 

Saturday March 8th

Red Wings 2 Flyers 2 The Flyers took the lead about three minutes into the game on an Alison Hartwell goal, but before the first period ended Matthew Slaght and Gage Garrett had each scored powerplay goals to put the Wings in front. Alison Hartwell scored again for the Flyers in the second to tie things up and it remained that way for the rest of the game.

Rangers 9 Canadiens 1 The first period was closely played with the Rangers getting only a Ken Curtis goal to take the lead, but the second and third were Ranger dominated. Andrew Sebastian had 4 goals for the Rangers, while Kyle Knoll, Annica Barlow, Patrick Woodbury, and Gary Priesman each had one. Owen Bailey had the only Canadien goal. 

Bruins 6 Blackhawks 4 The Bruins took the lead in the first period and although the Hawks tied it up twice in the game the Bruins kept coming back to go ahead again. The Bruins had goals by Sean Benedict, Jocelyn Miller, Celeste Feasel, Zach Seaton,,Carsen Musser, and Cordell Frank. The Blackhawks had two Payton Bolton goals and one each by Thomas Gordon and Hayden Curtis.

Friday March 14th

Maple Leafs 4 Red Wings 3 The Red Wings took the lead with only 50 seconds left in the first period on a Chevy Cournaya goal. Both teams scored twice in the second period with the Leafs getting a pair of Emilee Gonser goals and the Wings getting one each from the Garrett boys Gage and Gunner. Early in the third period Justin Schliep was able to tie the game up for the Maple Leafs and later in the period Dalton Hosey was able to steal a puck and smash home what turned out to be the winning goal for them. 

Bruins 5 Canadiens 4 The Canadiens had goals by Caden Faurot and William Sisson early in the first period, but later Addison Ramey was able to score from the defense to get the Bruins on the board. In the second Cordell Frank was able to get a powerplay goal for the Bruins to tie things up. The Canadiens took several penalties in the third period causing them to be shorthanded much of the time. Charles Smith-Frazier scored three goals for the Bruins(two on powerplays) in the third. William Sisson scored twice for the Canadiens( one shorthanded) in the losing cause.

Saturday March 15th

Blackhawks 6 Red Wings 0 Shutout goaltending by Hawk goalie Hazilyn Stephens and excellent offensive play by Payton Bolton with 5 assists made it difficult for the Wings. Hayden Curtis had a hat trick, Thomas Gordon 2 goals, and Tristyn Collins one for the Blackhawks.

Bruins 3 Canadiens 2 Connor Wood scored a goal early in the first period for the Canadiens, but the Bruins had a Charles Smith-Frazier goal and a pair of Jocelyn Miller goals before the period ended to take the lead. The Canadiens had a second period goal from William Sisson, however the Bruins were able to hang on the rest of the way to get the win.

Rangers 6 Flyers 0 The Ranger defensive unit simply didn't give the Flyers many chances and kept the play around the Flyer goal most of the game. Quentin Faynor scored two more goals from the defense  setting a record of 14 from the D in one season ! Kyle Knoll also scored twice for the Rangers. Andrew Sebastian and Gary Priesman had their other goals.

 

 

 

 

DEFENSE PLAYER OF THE NIGHT
JAN. 11TH
 Ranger Quentin Faynor
Three goals and great defensive play
JAN. 17TH
Ranger Quentin Faynor
Two goals and fine D
JAN. 18TH
Red Wing Matthew Slaght
2 assists and excellent D
FEB. 7TH
 Ranger Duncan Seume
1 assist & great defensive play
FEB. 8TH
 Ranger Quentin Faynor
2 goals & nice defensive play
FEB. 14TH
 Ranger Quentin Faynor
2 goals, 2 assists & good defensive play
FEB. 15TH
 Ranger Quentin Faynor
1 goal & great D
FEB. 14TH
 Blackhawk Ivy Bolton
1 assist & very good defense
FEB. 22nd
 Ranger Quentin Faynor
1 goal, 1 assist & excellent D
FEB. 28th
 Ranger Quentin Faynor
1 goal, 2 assists & nice D
March 1st
 Bruin Addison Ramey
1 assist & very good defensive play
March 7th
Flyers Darrek Humble
1 goal & good D
March 8th
Rangers Quentin Faynor
2 assists & nice D
March 14th
Bruins Addison Ramey
1 goal and fine defense
March 15TH
 Ranger Quentin Faynor
2 goals, 1 assist, & great D
OFFENSE PLAYER OF THE NIGHT
JAN. 11TH
 Bruins Charles Smith-Frazer
Hat trick
JAN. 17TH
Bruins Charles Smith-Frazer
Hat trick and 1 assist
JAN. 18TH
 Ranger Kyle Knoll
Scored 2 goals
FEB. 7TH
Canadiens Owen Bailey
5 goals & 2 assists
FEB. 8TH
Rangers Annica Barlow
2 goals & 2 assists
FEB. 14TH
Canadiens Owen Bailey
2 goals & 1 assist
FEB. 15TH
Maple Leafs Dalton Hosey
5 goals
FEB. 21st
Blackhawks Zhanna Reid
2 goals
FEB. 22nd
Rangers Annica Barlow
2 goals & 1 assist
FEB. 28TH
Maple Leafs Dalton Hosey
2 goals & 2 assists
March 1st
Maple Leafs Dalton Hosey
7 goals & 5 assists !!!
March 7th
Maple Leafs Emilee Gonser
5 goals
March 8th
Rangers Andrew Sebastian
4 goals & 1 assist
March 14th
Bruins Charles Smith-Frazier
3 goals
March 15th
Blackhawks Hayden Curtis
3 goals & 1 assist
 GOALIE OF THE NIGHT
JAN. 11TH
 Ranger Derek Myers
Allowed only 1 Red Wing goal
JAN. 17TH
Blackhawk Hazilyn Stephens
Allowed only 2 Canadien goals
JAN. 18TH
Ranger Leah Priesman
Allowed no goals in 2 periods against Blackhawks
FEB. 7TH
Blackhawk Hazilyn Stephens
Allowed only 3 Maple Leaf goals
FEB. 8TH
Bruins Austin Schantz
Shutout against Red Wings
FEB. 14TH
Bruins Austin Schantz
Allowed 3 against Red Wings
FEB. 15TH
Blackhawk Hazilyn Stephens
Allowed only 3 against Rangers
FEB. 21st
Blackhawk Hazilyn Stephens
Allowed only 3 against Maple Leafs
FEB. 22nd
Maple Leafs Hanna Pixley
shutout against the Flyers
FEB. 28TH
Ranger Leah Priesman
Allowed no goals in 2 periods against Canadiens
March 1st
Bruins Austin Schantz
Allowed 3 against Rangers
March 7th
Flyers Ethan Boldrey
Allowed only 1 in two periods against Canadiens
March 8th
Ranger Leah Priesman
allowed no goals in 2 periods against Canadiens
March 14th
Bruins Austin Schantz
allowed only 4 goals against the Canadiens 
March 15TH
Blackhawk Hazilyn Stephens
Shutout the Red Wings
 

KFHL 2014 PLAYOFF RESULTS

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Friday March 21st

Rangers 4 Maple Leafs 1

The Ranger defense made it difficult for the Leafs to get many shots toward the Ranger goal in the first period, but the Leaf goalie Hanna Pixley was kept busy with several Ranger chances. Annica Barlow was finally able to get one past Pixley right from a faceoff, but no other pucks got in for the remainder of the first.  In the second period Kyle Knoll was finally able to score for the Rangers with Annica Barlow assisting, as again the Ranger defense kept the Maple Leafs playing much of the period in their own end of the floor.  Early in the third Knoll again scored, this time on a rebound of one of defenseman Quentin Faynor's hard shots. With 42 seconds left Annica Barlow again scored for the Rangers off a rebound from a hard Ken Curtis shot. With only 26 seconds remaining in the game Dalton Hosey was able to grab a Ranger clearing pass at the center line and spoil Ranger goalie Leah Priesman's chance at a shutout with one of his hard shots. 

Flyers 4 Bruins 2

The Bruins took the lead after just two minutes had gone by in the first period when Cordell Frank, in front of the Flyers net, smashed in a rebound from a Charles Smith-Frazier. The Flyer's Abeni Hartwell hard shot tied it up with just over two minutes to play in the first on a nice pass from Connor Joseph  who had just taken a Alison Hartwell pass. The Bruins however reclaimed the lead with only 19 seconds left to play in the period on a Charles Smith-Frazier goal with Jocylen Miller and Addison Ramey assisting. In the second period the only goal was a Logan Boldrey drive on a Flyers powerplay with a Dyllan Humble assist. About half way though  the third  period a roughing call on Boldrey put the Bruins on a powerplay, but the shorthanded Flyer's Alison Hartwell was able to get the puck to Dyllan Humble who managed to get it into the Bruin net for what turned out to be the winning goal. Connor Joseph was able to get another Flyer goal with 2:28 remaining in the game with Abeni Hartwell and Dyllan Humble assisting. Shortly afterward Joseph was hit with a high stick/ slash to the face that forced the Bruins to play shorthanded the rest of the game and made it hard for them to mount a comeback attack. 


Saturday March 22nd

 FINAL GAME

RANGERS 4  FLYERS 0

   The 2014 Playoff Champion Rangers had four sixth graders on the team that were all in the running for the Most Valuable Player of the playoffs. Quentin Faynor not only played his usual great defense in both games, but had an assist in the first game against the Maple Leafs and two goals from the D in the final game against the Flyers. Leah Priesman in goal allowed only one goal in the first game and then shutout the Flyers. Forward Kyle Knoll had two goals in the game against the Leafs and was only kept off the board in the Flyer game by some very good goaltending.
 The MVP of this year's KFHL Playoffs however, went to center Annica Barlow who had two goals and an assist in the first game against the Leafs and a goal and an assist in the final game. Her defensive play against a couple of the league's best centers, (Dalton Hosey of the Maple Leafs and Logan Boldrey of the Flyers), was relentless. She is the first girl to be chosen Playoff MVP in the long history of  the KFHL.



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Playoff MVP
   The 2014 Playoff Champion Rangers had four sixth graders on the team that were all in the running for the Most Valuable Player of the playoffs. Quentin Faynor not only played his usual great defense in both games, but had an assist in the first game against the Maple Leafs and two goals from the D in the final game against the Flyers. Leah Priesman in goal allowed only one goal in the first game and then shutout the Flyers. Forward Kyle Knoll had two goals in the game against the Leafs and was only kept off the board in the Flyer game by some very good goaltending.
 The MVP of this year's KFHL Playoffs however, went to center Annica Barlow who had two goals and an assist in the first game against the Leafs and a goal and an assist in the final game. Her defensive play against a couple of the league's best centers, (Dalton Hosey of the Maple Leafs and Logan Boldrey of the Flyers), was relentless. She is the first girl to be chosen Playoff MVP in the long history of  the KFHL.

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