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Trinity Hillers Ice Hockey

TRINITY HILLERS ARE READY TO TAKE THE ICE

Another summer has passed and the Trinity Hillers are set to improve on last years success. The 2016-17 Hillers, led by captain Nathan Hilzendeger, put up a decent final record and had an amazing start. Unfortunately, the Hillers would finish just outside of playoff contention behind the Burrell Buccaneers and the Kennedy Catholic Golden Eagles. Now, under the leadership of Captain Tyler Piatt, and assistants Joseph Chopp, and Hunter Donahue, the Hillers look to make it into the postseason and even contend for their division title.

 

 Last year the Hillers boasted quite the roster with 5 players and their head coach, Matthew Wade, nominated for the PIHL All-Star game. The players who attended were goalie  John Popielarcheck, center Joseph Chopp, and defensemen Tyler Piatt and Jesse Kagle. Nathan Hilzendeger was invited but couldn’t attend due to his AAA travel schedule. The Hillers are going to have to work hard this season due to the subtractions of key seniors last year Nathan Hilzendeger, Jesse Kagle, and Tyler Brown. However, the Hillers appear to have the tools to make a push with the additions of players including Hunter Donahue, Ryan Tremmel, Noah Heffner and Ty Kress.  The Trinity Hillers welcome returning seniors Popielarcheck, Piatt, Chopp, Bill Beitler, Ryan Broaddrick, and Camden Raleigh.

    

The Hillers’ first game falls on the 10th of October against the team that edged them out of the playoffs last year, the Burrell Buccaneers. The Bucs were eliminated in convincing fashion by Meadville in the first round and are looking to continue their winning ways with the help of players Tyler Stewart, AndrewBurkett, and Dylan Zelonka. But they're not getting off easily because the Hillers stand in their way, ready to take on the team that gave them trouble last year. It’s a season opening game that looks like a possible PIHL Varsity DII Finals matchup, and it all starts October 10th.

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