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MIAA Division IA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament
Tournament information
Sport Ice Hockey
Location Massachusetts
Established 1991
Number of
tournaments
27
Administrator(s) Barry Haley
Format single-elimination tournament; best of three quarterfinals
Teams

8 (1991–2000)

10 (2001–present)
Current champion
Arlington High School

The Super Eight is the common name of an annual boys high school ice hockey tournament held in Massachusetts that takes place in March each year. A selection committee chooses the top ten public and private high schools from the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association to complete in this tournament. The tournament is technically called the MIAA Division IA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament. The tournament is a single-elimination bracket of ten teams. The Super 8 is considered one of the premier high school hockey postseason tournaments in the country.

History[edit]

Since 1991, the Super Eight has been held in Boston, Massachusetts at the TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins. However, many of the games leading up to the Finals may be held at alternative sites, including Tsongas Center, Chelmsford Forum and other rinks in the state. The tournament was the basis for the creation of the much newer Super Eight Baseball Tournament to crown a supreme state champion.

Tournament format history[edit]

1991–2000

8 teams are selected to participate in a double-elimination tournament, during the month of March.

2000–2003

The format changed to a 10 team-format with the bottom four seeds playing a play-in game.

2004–2012

The bottom four teams play a play-in game then the 8 teams are divided into 2 brackets of round-robin play, with four teams playing in semifinal crossover games.

2013–2017

The play-in game is the same, but the round of 8 is a best of three series.

2018—present

The play-in game is the same, but from the round of 8 on is a double-elimination tournament with a single game championship.

Results[edit]

Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Score Location Finals venue
1991 Catholic Memorial Boston College High 3–2 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
1992 Catholic Memorial Matignon 3–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
1993 Catholic Memorial Medford 5–2 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
1994 Catholic Memorial Arlington Catholic 5–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
1995 Catholic Memorial Boston College High 3–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
1996 Boston College High Matignon 5–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
1997 Arlington Catholic Boston College High 5–4 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
1998 Catholic Memorial Archbishop Williams 5–0 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
1999 Catholic Memorial Boston College High 5–2 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2000 Catholic Memorial Boston College High 6–3 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2001 Catholic Memorial Boston College High 1–0 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2002 Boston College High Catholic Memorial 2–0 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2003 Catholic Memorial Boston College High 3–2 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2004 Catholic Memorial Boston College High 3–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2005 Catholic Memorial Arlington Catholic 3–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2006 Boston College High Catholic Memorial 2–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2007 Boston College High Weymouth 6–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2008 Reading Malden Catholic 3–0 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2009 Catholic Memorial Burlington 5–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2010 Hingham Catholic Memorial 1–0 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2011 Malden Catholic St. John's Prep 4–3 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2012 Malden Catholic Boston College High 3–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2013 Malden Catholic Austin Prep 3–2 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2014 Malden Catholic Austin Prep 5–3 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2015 St. John's Prep Malden Catholic 2–1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2016 Malden Catholic St. John's Prep 2-1 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2017 Arlington Central Catholic 2-1 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2018 Boston College High John Flaherty Pope Francis 2-1 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden

Team titles[edit]

While Catholic Memorial has won over half of the 25 tournaments with 13 Championships, Malden Catholic's four straight championships marked the first time a school other than Catholic Memorial has won more than three consecutive tournaments. Reading Memorial High School became the first public team to win the Super Eight after defeating Malden Catholic 3–0 in 2008. The tournament has been won 22 times by schools in the Catholic Conference. Catholic Memorial with 13, Malden Catholic with 5, BC High with 4, St. John's Prep with 1. Xaverian Brothers HS is the only Catholic Conference team without a Super 8 Title to date. The 2017 title was won by Arlington High School, with a 2-1 OT win versus Central Catholic High School. This is the Spy Ponders's first ever Super 8 championship.

School Appearances Titles Years
Acton-Boxboro 3 0 1995, 1996, 2006
Archbishop Williams 6 0 1993, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2013, 2014
Arlington 14 1 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2016, 2017
Arlington Catholic 12 1 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009
Austin Prep 12 0 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Belmont 2 0 2003, 2004
Billerica Memorial 6 0 1991, 1993, 1997, 1998, 2002, 2004,
Boston College High 22 4 1991, 1995, 1996, 1997,1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Braintree 1 0 2014
Burlington 5 0 1993, 2010, 2012, 2015, 2016
Catholic Memorial 23 13 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2014,2017
Central Catholic 2 0  
Chelmsford 3 0  
Don Bosco Tech 1 0 1992
Duxbury 3 0  
Falmouth 1 0  
Framingham 2 0  
Franklin 1 0  
Hingham 11 1 2010
Malden Catholic 9 5 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
Marshfield 1 0 2017
Matignon 8 0 1991, 1992
Medford 4 0 1991, 1993
Needham 2 0  
Newton North 2 0 1992
Pope Francis 6 0  
Reading Memorial 13 1 1991,1992, 2008
St. Mary's Lynn 1 0 2011
St. John's 6 0 1993
St. John's Prep 11 1 1991, 1992, 1994, 2015
Tewksbury Memorial 1 0  
Wakefield Memorial 1 0  
Walpole 1 0 2017
Waltham 4 0  
Westford 1 0 2008
Weymouth 2 0 1993
Winchester 4 0  
Woburn Memorial 2 0 1992
Xaverian Brothers 2 0  

Most Super Eight Finals appearances[edit]

Rank School Champion Runner-up Total Years
1 Catholic Memorial 13 3 16 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010
2 Boston College High 5 9 14 1991, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2012,2018
3 Malden Catholic 5 2 7 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
4 Arlington Catholic 1 2 3 1994, 1997, 2005
4 St. John's Prep 1 2 3 2011, 2015, 2016
6 Austin Prep 0 2 2 2013, 2014
6 Matignon 0 2 2 1992, 1996

Most appearances without a Super Eight championship[edit]

Top 10 - Updated through midnight February 5, 2017
Rank School Appearances S8 Winning % Runner-up Wins Per Appearance
1 Arlington 14 0
2 Austin Prep 12 2
3 Matignon 8 2
4 Pope Francis 6 0
4 Billerica Memorial 6 0
4 St. John's 6
4 Archbishop Williams 6 1
8 Burlington 5 1
9 Medford 4 1
9 Winchester 4

Most Super Eight participants by one conference in a year[edit]

Minimum three participants
Number Year Conference Programs (CWS Winner)
4 2007 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, Malden Catholic, St. John's Prep (Boston College High)
4 2008 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, Malden Catholic, Xaverian Brothers (Reading)
4 2013 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, Malden Catholic, St. John's Prep (Malden Catholic)
4 2014 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, Malden Catholic, Xaverian Brothers (Malden Catholic)
4 2015 CC Boston College High, Malden Catholic, St. John's Prep, Xaverian Brothers (St. John's Prep)
3 1991 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, St. John's Prep (Catholic Memorial)
3 1992 CC Catholic Memorial, Don Bosco Tech, St. John's Prep (Catholic Memorial)
3 1992 ML Arlington, Reading, Woburn (Catholic Memorial)
3 1998 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, St. John's Prep (Catholic Memorial)
3 2001 ML Arlington, Reading, Winchester (Catholic Memorial)
3 2001 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, Matignon (Catholic Memorial)
3 2003 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, St. John's Prep (Catholic Memorial)
3 2004 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, St. John's Prep (Catholic Memorial)
3 2005 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, St. John's Prep (Catholic Memorial)
3 2006 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, St. John's Prep (Boston College High)
3 2009 CC Catholic Memorial, Malden Catholic, Xaverian Brothers (Catholic Memorial)
3 2010 CC Catholic Memorial, Malden Catholic, Xaverian Brothers (Hingham)
3 2011 CC Boston College High, Malden Catholic, St. John's Prep (Malden Catholic)
3 2012 CC Boston College High, Malden Catholic, St. John's Prep (Malden Catholic)
3 2016 ML Arlington, Burlington, Reading (Malden Catholic)
3 2016 CC Boston College High, Malden Catholic, St. John's Prep (Malden Catholic)
3 2017 CC Boston College High, Catholic Memorial, Malden Catholic (Arlington)

Championships by conference[edit]

Rank Conference Titles
1 Catholic Conference (CC) 23
2 Middlesex League (ML) 2
3 Catholic Central League (CCL) 1

Tournaments[edit]

1991[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School ^
  2. St. John's Preparatory School
  3. Boston College High School
  4. Matignon High School
  5. Medford High School
  6. Reading Memorial High School
  7. Arlington High School
  8. Billerica Memorial High School

^ Tournament Champion

1992[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School ^
  2. Matignon High School
  3. Woburn Memorial High School
  4. St. John's Preparatory School
  5. Don Bosco Technical High School
  6. Newton North High School
  7. Reading Memorial High School
  8. Arlington High School

^ Tournament Champion

1993[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School ^
  2. Medford High School
  3. Archbishop Williams High School
  4. Billerica Memorial High School
  5. Arlington High School
  6. St. John's High School
  7. Burlington High School
  8. Weymouth High School

^ Tournament Champion

1994[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School ^
  2. St. John's Preparatory School
  3. Arlington High School
  4. Arlington Catholic High School
  5. Wakefield Memorial High School
  6. Framingham High School
  7. Matignon High School
  8. Falmouth High School

^ Tournament Champion

1995[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School ^
  2. Boston College High School
  3. Arlington Catholic High School
  4. Arlington High School
  5. Newton North High School
  6. Reading Memorial High School
  7. Matignon High School
  8. Acton-Boxborough Regional High School

^ Tournament Champion

1996[edit]

  1. Boston College High School ^
  2. Catholic Memorial School
  3. Matignon High School
  4. Reading Memorial High School
  5. Arlington Catholic High School
  6. Arlington High School
  7. Acton-Boxborough Regional High School
  8. Tewksbury Memorial High School

^ Tournament Champion

1997[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School
  2. Matignon High School
  3. Arlington Catholic High School ^
  4. St. John's High School
  5. Boston College High School
  6. Reading Memorial High School
  7. Billerica Memorial High School
  8. Chelmsford High School

^ Tournament Champion

1998[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School ^*
  2. Archbishop Williams High School
  3. Arlington High School
  4. Boston College High School
  5. Billerica Memorial High School
  6. Reading Memorial High School
  7. Arlington Catholic High School
  8. St. John's Preparatory School

^ Tournament Champion

1999[edit]

  1. Boston College High School
  2. Reading Memorial High School
  3. Archbishop Williams High School
  4. Arlington High School
  5. St. John's Preparatory School
  6. Catholic Memorial School^
  7. Matignon High School
  8. Waltham High School

^ Tournament Champion

2000[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School ^
  2. Boston College High School
  3. Arlington High School
  4. Austin Preparatory School
  5. Arlington Catholic High School
  6. Reading Memorial High School
  7. Needham High School
  8. St. John's High School

^ Tournament Champion

2001[edit]

  1. Winchester High School
  2. Arlington High School
  3. Catholic Memorial School^
  4. Austin Preparatory School
  5. Boston College High School
  6. Reading Memorial High School
  7. Springfield Cathedral High School
  8. St. John's High School
  9. Archbishop Williams High School
  10. Matignon High School

^ Tournament Champion

2002[edit]

  1. St. John's High School
  2. Boston College High School^
  3. Austin Preparatory School
  4. Hingham High School
  5. Catholic Memorial School
  6. Billerica Memorial High School
  7. Chelmsford High School
  8. Reading Memorial High School
  9. Arlington Catholic High School
  10. Arlington High School

^ Tournament Champion

2003[edit]

  1. Boston College High School
  2. Catholic Memorial School^
  3. Arlington High School
  4. Hingham High School
  5. Austin Preparatory School
  6. Arlington Catholic High School
  7. Belmont High School
  8. Chelmsford High School
  9. St. John's High School
  10. St. John's Preparatory School

^ Tournament Champion

2004[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School^
  2. Boston College High School
  3. Arlington Catholic High School
  4. Hingham High School
  5. Waltham High School
  6. St. John's Preparatory School
  7. Belmont High School
  8. Duxbury High School
  9. Billerica Memorial High School
  10. Framingham High School

^ Tournament Champion

2005[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School^
  2. Boston College High School
  3. Hingham High School
  4. Waltham High School
  5. Arlington Catholic High School
  6. Reading Memorial High School
  7. Duxbury High School
  8. Medford High School
  9. Austin Preparatory School
  10. St. John's Preparatory School

^ Tournament Champion

2006[edit]

  1. Catholic Memorial School
  2. Boston College High School^
  3. Arlington Catholic High School
  4. Medford High School
  5. Hingham High School
  6. Duxbury High School
  7. Winchester High School
  8. Acton-Boxborough Regional High School
  9. Austin Preparatory School
  10. St. John's Preparatory School

^ Tournament Champion

2007[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2007 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[1]

  1. Catholic Memorial School (14-1-2)
  2. St. John's Preparatory School (11-3-6)
  3. Boston College High School (14-4-2)
  4. Malden Catholic High School (13-4-2)
  5. Weymouth High School (19-1-0)
  6. Reading Memorial High School (19-3-0)
  7. Woburn Memorial High School (16-2-2)
  8. Central Catholic High School (16-2-2)
  9. Waltham High School (18-3-1)
  10. Austin Preparatory School (13-5-2)

Bracket[edit]

  Play-in
                 
  8 Central Catholic Raiders 3
  9 Waltham Hawks 1
 
  7 Woburn Tanners 0
  10 Austin Prep Cougars 1
Bracket A WEY CM CC MC
1 Weymouth Wildcats 2-1 5-2 3-2
2 Catholic Memorial Knights 1-2 10-1 5-1
3 Central Catholic Raiders 2-5 1-10 8-3
4 Malden Catholic Lancers 2-3 1-5 3-8
Bracket B BCH AP SJP RMHS
1 BC High Eagles 7-0 3-1 5-4
2 Austin Prep Cougars 0-7 2-1 6-1
3 St. John's Prep Eagles 1-3 1-2 6-2
4 Reading Rockets 4-5 1-6 2-6
Semifinals Championship
           
A1 Weymouth Wildcats 5
B2 Austin Prep Cougars 4
A1 Weymouth Wildcats 1
B1 BC High Eagles 6
B1 BC High Eagles 1
A2 Catholic Memorial Knights 0

2008[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2008 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[2]

  1. Catholic Memorial School (14-1-3)
  2. Hingham High School (17-3-2)
  3. St. John's Preparatory School (12-5-3)
  4. Boston College High School (11-4-5)
  5. Reading Memorial High School (20-1-0)
  6. Malden Catholic High School (11-5-4)
  7. Needham High School (16-3-2)
  8. Waltham High School (15-3-4)
  9. Westford Academy (15-5-1)
  10. Xaverian Brothers High School (10-6-3)

2009[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2009 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[3]

  1. Catholic Memorial School (10-4-4)
  2. Needham High School (18-3-1)
  3. Malden Catholic High School (15-3-2)
  4. Hingham High School (15-2-5)
  5. Central Catholic High School (15-0-7)
  6. Xaverian Brothers High School (14-4-2)
  7. Burlington High School (17-2-1)
  8. Winchester High School (16-3-1)
  9. Springfield Cathedral High School (13-4-2)
  10. Arlington Catholic High School (12-4-4)

2010[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2010 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[4]

  1. Catholic Memorial School (14-3-1)
  2. Austin Preparatory School (16-1-3)
  3. Hingham High School (17-2-3)
  4. Malden Catholic High School (13-3-4)
  5. Needham High School (17-1-3)
  6. Springfield Cathedral High School (15-2-5)
  7. Xaverian Brothers High School (12-5-3)
  8. Winchester High School (13-4-2)
  9. Burlington High School (14-4-2)
  10. Central Catholic High School (13-4-3)

2011[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2011 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[5]

  1. Malden Catholic High School (16-2-2)
  2. St. John's Preparatory School (14-5-1)
  3. Boston College High School (13-4-3)
  4. Weymouth High School (17-3-2)
  5. Hingham High School (13-5-4)
  6. Needham High School (12-6-4)
  7. Woburn Memorial High School (17-3-1)
  8. Central Catholic High School (16-5-1)
  9. St. Mary's High School (13-4-3)
  10. Springfield Cathedral High School (12-9-1)

2012[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2012 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[6]

  1. Malden Catholic High School (15-1-4)
  2. St. Mary's High School (18-0-3)
  3. St. John's Preparatory School (13-5-2)
  4. Hingham High School (16-4-2)
  5. Boston College High School (10-5-5)
  6. Springfield Cathedral High School (10-6-6)
  7. Burlington High School (14-1-6)
  8. Needham High School (16-4-1)
  9. St. John's High School (15-4-3)
  10. Central Catholic High School (12-3-5)

Bracket[edit]

  Play-in
February 27 at Volpe Complex
                 
  8 Needham Rockets 4
  9 St. John's Pioneers 5
 
  7 Burlington Red Devils 4
  10 Central Catholic Raiders 6
Bracket A MC BCH HHS SJ
1 Malden Catholic Lancers 3-1 7-2 3-2
2 BC High Eagles 1-3 4-2 3-2*
3 Hingham Harbormen 2-7 2-4 3-2*
4 St. John's Pioneers 2-3 2-3* 2-3*
Bracket B SJP CC SML SC
1 St. John's Prep Eagles 4-3 3-1 4-3*
2 Central Catholic Raiders 3-4 6-5** 5-4*
3 St. Mary's Spartans 1-3 5-6** 3-2**
4 Springfield Cathedral Panthers 3-4* 4-5* 2-3**
Semifinals
March 14 at Volpe Complex
Championship
March 18 at TD Garden
           
A1 Malden Catholic Lancers 4
B2 Central Catholic Raiders 0
A1 Malden Catholic Lancers 3
A2 BC High Eagles 1
B1 St. John's Prep Eagles 2
A2 BC High Eagles 3

* indicates one overtime period
** indicates shootout

2013[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2013 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[7]

  1. St. John's Preparatory School (17-2-1)
  2. Springfield Cathedral High School (16-1-4)
  3. Boston College High School (14-3-3)
  4. Austin Preparatory School (13-1-6)
  5. Reading Memorial High School (16-1-5)
  6. Catholic Memorial School (12-6-2)
  7. Archbishop Williams High School (12-4-4)
  8. Central Catholic High School (13-5-3)
  9. Hingham High School (13-7-2)
  10. Malden Catholic High School (11-6-3)

Bracket[edit]

  Play-in
February 25 at Stoneham Arena
Quarterfinals
March 3 at Tsongas Center
March 6–10 at Stoneham Arena
Semifinals
March 13 at Tsongas Center
Championship
March 17 at TD Garden
                                         
    1 St. John's Prep Eagles 1 3 4  
8 Central Catholic Raiders 4 OT     8 Central Catholic Raiders 4 1 2    
  1 St. John's Prep Eagles 1  
9 Hingham Harbormen 3    
  4 Austin Prep Cougars 2    
4 Austin Prep Cougars 2 1 X
   
  5 Reading Rockets 1 0 X  
    4 Austin Prep Cougars 2
  7 Malden Catholic Lancers 3
  3 BC High Eagles 3 2 2    
6 Catholic Memorial Knights 1 3** 3    
  3 Catholic Memorial Knights 3
7 Archbishop Williams Bishops 1  
  7 Malden Catholic Lancers 5  
10 Malden Catholic Lancers 9     7 Malden Catholic Lancers 3 4 X
 
    2 Cathedral Panthers 2 0 X  

2014[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2014 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[8]

  1. Boston College High School (14-2-4)
  2. Malden Catholic High School (16-4-0)
  3. Springfield Cathedral High School (15-2-5)
  4. Austin Preparatory School (13-4-4)
  5. Central Catholic High School (16-3-3)
  6. Duxbury High School (16-2-3)
  7. Braintree High School (13-4-3)
  8. Xaverian Brothers High School (11-3-6)
  9. Archbishop Williams High School (12-5-3)
  10. Catholic Memorial School (9-7-4)

Bracket[edit]

  Play-in
February 24 at Ryan Arena
Quarterfinals
March 2 at TD Garden
March 5–6 at Tsongas Center
Semifinals
March 13 at Conte Forum
Championship
March 16 at TD Garden
                                         
    1 BC High Eagles 2 4 X  
8 Xaverian Hawks 6 2OT     8 Xaverian Hawks 1 0 X    
  1 BC High Eagles 1  
9 Archbishop Williams Bishops 5    
  4 Austin Prep Cougars 2 OT/SO    
4 Austin Prep Cougars 2 4 X
   
  5 Central Catholic Raiders 1 1 X  
    4 Austin Prep Cougars 3
  2 Malden Catholic Lancers 5
  3 Cathedral Panthers 4 6 X    
6 Duxbury Dragons 1 3 X    
  3 Cathedral Panthers 1
7 Braintree Wamps 1  
  2 Malden Catholic Lancers 3  
10 Catholic Memorial Knights 2     7 Catholic Memorial Knights 3 4 X
 
    2 Malden Catholic Lancers 4 6 X  

2015[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2015 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[9]

  1. Springfield Cathedral High School (20-0-2)
  2. Malden Catholic High School (16-1-2)
  3. Austin Preparatory School (19-1-1)
  4. Boston College High School (13-5-2)
  5. St. John's Preparatory School (14-5-1)
  6. Central Catholic High School (15-5-2)
  7. Franklin High School (Massachusetts) (16-1-3)
  8. Woburn Memorial High School (15-1-4)
  9. Burlington High School (16-1-4)
  10. Xaverian Brothers High School (11-3-6)

Bracket[edit]

  Play-in
February 24 at Chelmsford Forum
Quarterfinals
March 1–5 at Tsongas Center
March 8 at O'Brien Rink
Semifinals
March 11 at Conte Forum
Championship
March 15 at TD Garden
                                         
    1 Cathedral Panthers 3 5 X  
8 Woburn Tanners 5     8 Woburn Tanners 2 0 X    
  1 Cathedral Panthers 3  
9 Burlington Red Devils 2    
  5 St. John's Prep Eagles 4 OT    
4 BC High Eagles 1 2 X
   
  5 St. John's Prep Eagles 2 5 X  
    5 St. John's Prep Eagles 2
  2 Malden Catholic Lancers 1
  3 Austin Prep Cougars 3 4 2    
6 Central Catholic Raiders 0 7 1    
  3 Austin Prep Cougars 3
7 Franklin Panthers 3 OT  
  2 Malden Catholic Lancers 6  
10 Xaverian Hawks 2     7 Franklin Panthers 1 0 X
 
    2 Malden Catholic Lancers 2 5 X  

2016[edit]

The ten teams to qualify for the 2016 Super Eight tournament are listed below.[10]

  1. Boston College High School (17-0-3)
  2. Pope Francis High School (15-3-2)
  3. Malden Catholic High School (14-3-3)
  4. St. John's Preparatory School (14-2-4)
  5. Burlington High School (17-1-3)
  6. Austin Preparatory School (13-4-3)
  7. Arlington High School (15-3-3)
  8. Reading Memorial High School (12-2-6
  9. Central Catholic High School (14-7-1)
  10. Hingham High School (11-8-3)

Bracket[edit]

  Play-in
February 29 at Chelmsford Forum
Quarterfinals
March 6–10 at Tsongas Center
March 12 at Chelmsford Forum
Semifinals
March 16 at Tsongas Center
Championship
March 20 at TD Garden
                                         
    1 BC High Eagles 3 2 5  
8 Reading Rockets 3     8 Central Catholic Raiders 4 1 3    
  1 BC High Eagles 3  
9 Central Catholic Raiders 4**    
  4 St. John's Prep Eagles 5    
4 St. John's Prep Eagles 6 5 X
   
  5 Burlington Red Devils 1 4** X  
    3 Malden Catholic Lancers 2
  4 St. John's Prep Eagles 1
  3 Malden Catholic Lancers 1 4 4    
6 Austin Prep Cougars 2 1 0    
  3 Malden Catholic Lancers 3
7 Arlington Spy Ponders 2  
  2 Pope Francis Cardinals 1  
10 Hingham Harbormen 4     7 Hingham Harbormen 1 0 X
 
    2 Pope Francis Cardinals 8 2 X  

References[edit]

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