High scoring affairs in the EBMHL
If you were looking to see some goal scoring up at Porazzo Rink and made it out to the week 3 Tuesday night slate in the East Boston Mens Hockey League (EBMHL), you got just that. A total of 45 goals scored in one evening was enough to provide a ton of action up Porazzo.
With the league abuzz over the blockbuster trade between JC Detailing and Mosca Club, that send Forwards Ryan Moran, Andrew MacCormack, and Shawn Velez to the Mosca Club while JC Detailing acquired Darrell Interbartolo, Jon Ciampa, and Marc Tassanari, JC Detailing took to the ice to the face Charlie Daniels and the East Boston Yacht Club. EBYC Came out ready to play in this one as they jumped out to an early lead on a nifty little goal by Rod Griffith. JC jumped right back into it on a Steven Dixon goal who took a home run pass up the middle of the ice from Mark Buttiglieri. JC Deatiling would turn up the heat on the Yacht Club as they barraged goaltender Chris Grossmann who showed his frustration throughout the contest. Griffith would later add another goal and Daniels would add 2 of his own, but that was far from enough as Shawn Smith and Joey Salvadore buried a pair, as well as another tally from Dixon and a solo goal from Darrell Interbartolo. Dixon and Smith would finish with 2 g’s and 2 assists each while Buttiglieri finished with a pair of assists. Another fantastic game was turned in by goalie Ryan Farrell for JC Detailing. Final Score 7-4
Next up would be the heavy shooting and very crafty Team Carlo Basile as they took on the Mosca Club, who has struggled so far this season. Coming off the big trade, Mosca hit the ice flying as they battled a very tough Basile squad all game long. Wouldn’t you know that the new acquisitions Moran and MacCormack would combine for a pair of goals each, as well as Frankie Dimarzo who netted a pair. MacCormack added 2 assists as well. Single tallies came from Dom DiMarzo and David Preston. D. Dimarzo, would finish the night with 1 goal and 3 assists. For Basile, David Berardinelli led the way as he was able to muster up the hat trick and add 4 assists on the night. Scoring a pair each were Dave Ivaska, Chris Flaherty, and Chris Prew. Kevin Sweeney added a solo tally and George Barker played fantastic between the pipes as he shut down Mosca all game long. Final Score 10-8
Game 3 we say MIlano’s Deli take on Preston Properties in the exciting nightcap. It was all MIlano’s in this one as Nick Clewer was just all over the ice, having a hand in on 5 goals as he recorded 5 assists. Leading the scoring attack was David Natola with the hat trick, while Vinny Schettino and Matt Johnson had a pair each. Single tallies from Peter Hanlon and Stephen Moccia, while Rob Bulla added a pair of helpers. Handling the scoring on the Preston side was Michael Burri who potted a pair as well as Jeff Casper who also had a pair. Single goals came from Marc Lanzilli and Matt Morrissey. Mike Mondello had 2 assists as well in the 9-6 loss.
See you all at the rink!
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Sterlingwear’s commercial outerware featured at show
By John Lynds
East Boston based Sterlingwear of Boston, the sole manufacturer of the official U.S. Navy Peacoat, was front and center during a Boston Fashion Week fashion show.
Sterlingwear’s commercial line of outerwear was featured during the Friday, October 10 fashion show at Beacon Photography Studio and Gallery, 185 Winthrop Street, Winthrop.
Since opening its doors to a new retail space adjacent to its factory on The McClellan Highway two years ago Sterlingwear has had nonstop business.
Since opening the retail store where customers can peruse the company’s many styles of Peacoats and other outerwear, Sterlingwear has been busy promoting the new space.
Sterlingwear use to only have its manufacturing facility for the U.S. Navy Peacoats on the corner of Porter and Orleans Street. The company began offering items online and then began opening retail shops due to the high demand for the officials Peacoat.
In November 2012, Sterlingwear moved its operations to 175 McClellan Hwy and celebrated the grand opening of its third retail store located at the manufacturing and corporate headquarters in Eastie.
Sterlingwear of Boston, in its third generation of leadership, is an all-American story of success.
The company started as Viking Clothing in 1965 by Lorenzo Fredella and his two sons, Frank and Anthony. At that time, the primary work consisted of cut and sew operations for other clothing manufacturers and retailers.
In 1968 it was contacted by the U.S. Government to produce Peacoats for the U.S. Navy. The contract to produce Peacoats for the U.S. Navy propelled the company into a new and successful direction.
For over 45 years, Sterlingwear of Boston has produced the peacoat for the U.S. Navy, as well as other outerwear and dress uniforms for all branches of the armed forces.