Kings Corner Newsletter
The Exton Kings 2023-24 season is underway! This season we will be giving you coverage so you can stay up to date with the Kings! Each month the Kings will release a Newsletter to recap all the action and highlight some standout stars in the organization. You can follow the Exton Kings on Facebook and Instagram. Let’s go team by team and catch up with the Kings.
10U A National
Through five games, the Kings are 2-2-1 and off to a balanced start. They are 2nd in the division to Genesis Hockey Club (McGinty). Right from the start the Kings had a great battle in game one of the year. Although the Kings tied the Quakers 2-2, Exton showed resiliency. The Kings were down 2-0 at the end of the 2nd period. The Kings fought back with 3rd period power play goals by Dominic Valerio and Blake Daugherty (Daugherty also assisted on Valerio goal) to tie the game 2-2. Goaltender Connor Okonski made 10 saves for the Kings. The first win for the Kings came in the next game 3-2 over Snider Hockey 3-2. Blake Daugherty scored again, and Evan Miller gave the Kings a 2-0 lead. Snider tied the game, but Miller scored his second of the game and the Kings hung on 3-2. Daugherty and Miller put on a show against the Chester County Cougars with a 9-4 win. Daugherty had four goals, and Miller had two. Other scorers included Andrew Zajac, Travis Blaine and Domonic Valerio. Okonski made 17 saves for the win. The Kings lost to Genesis 5-3 despite goals from Max Larrabee, Zajac and Miller, and another tough loss was against the Hershey Jr. Bears 6-5. Daugherty had another stellar outing with four goals, Miller added one but it wasn’t enough to pick up the win. The Kings will take on the Bears and Genesis again in November.
The Kings are off to an impressive start! They are 5-1 and at the top of the division. The Central Penn Panthers are behind them at 3-0. They are scoring in bunches with 66 goals so far and only giving up 13. They started the season on a 5-game win streak with wins against: Quakers 16-1, Philadelphia Little Flyers 13-1 and 10-1, Wilmington Nighthawks 16-2, Little Flyers 9-1. Their only loss came against the Panthers 7-2. The Kings have four players with 11 or more points. They are led by Colton Herr 10G 4A, Wyatt Winnemore 11G 1A, Olivia Waldron 9G, 3A and Declan Barker 8G 3A. Goaltender Luke Hutnick is off to a good start with 5 wins and a goals against average of 2.46%.
12U A American
The Kings have their work cut out for them in October. So far, they are 1-3 and looking to improve. They battled in some tough losses to Snider Hockey and the Delco Phantoms. Their win came against the Chester County Cougars 7-5. Isaiah Thomas and Sean Hand had two goals each, while Owen Gofus, Landon Weinreich and Porter Stofflet all scored. Quinten Blackman made 11 saves in the win. The Kings leading scorers are Porter Stoflett 4G 4A, Sean Hand 5G 2A and Isaiah Thomas 3G 3A.
12U A National
The Kings started the season out pretty good, but now are looking to end a losing streak. They are 1-3-1. They tied Genesis Hockey Club (Garber) 2-2 in game one of the year. Parker Unruh and Sam Montane scored in that game, and goaltender Julian Guarneri had 14 saves. They picked up their first win 7-5 against the Campus Wild. The Kings were led by a hat trick performance from Ethan Duffield. Other scorers from the win included Bentley Adalbert, Cavan McGovern, Chase McLaughlin, and Tyler Neff. Julian Guarneri made 23 saves in the win. The scoring leaders are Ethan Duffield 5G 1A, Sam Montone 2G 1A, and Tyler Neff 1G 2A.
The Kings look to turn it around in October after a 1-3 start. Their win was against Genesis Hockey Club (Carty) 4-2. The Kings scorers were Ryan Farrell, Lennox Negron, and Ryan Menzel had two goals while Graham Watkins made 13 saves in net. The next couple weeks the Kings will be back on home ice against the Chester County Cougars and the Quakers as they look to get back in the win column.
14U A American
The Kings are off to a 1-3 start this season. The season began with losses against the Delco Phantoms, Wilkes-Barre Jr. Penguins and Snider Hockey. The Kings picked up their first win against the Campus Wild 7-1. In that game Mark Mannherz had two goals and then the Kings had 5 different goal scorers. Keegan Vaughan, Charles Sposetti, Warner Bennett, Nivaan Chaddah, and Christopher Marmaliuc all scored, and goalie Connor Millard made 19 saves in the win. Vaughan leads the Kings in scoring with 5G 2A.
It hasn’t been an ideal start for the Kings so far this season. They are still looking fortheir first win of the year and are 0-5. The Kings have had good moments in games but haven’t been able to get that full consistent effort. It’s still early in the season and plenty of hockey left to be played. Cody Leman leads the Kings in scoring with 2G 3A.
After an 0-3 start, the Kings are in need of offense as they lost to the Hershey Jr. Bears, Genesis Hockey Club (Matthews) and the Wilmington Nighthawks. The good news is the next 3 out of 4 games are on home ice as the Kings continue to work for their first win.
The Kings are 1-2 after 3 games played. They lost the first two games but picked up their first win 5-2 over the Quakers. They had 5 different scorers in the win, Ciaran Sweeney, Owen Brady, Rock Zheng, Andrew Michalowski, and Michael Stine all scored for the Kings. The Kings will be on home ice 2-3 games they play in October.
16U A National
The Kings had a solid month of September to start the year and are 2-0-1. Game 1 of the year was a thrilling 4-3 win over the Chester County Cougars. Matthew Townsley scored (second of the day) the game winner in the final minutes of the game. Lucas Fleuty had 25 saves in the win. Their latest victory was 5-1 over the Delco Phantoms (Pitel). Evan Flack, Connor Bradly, Matthew Townsley, Patrick Anderson, and Jayden Goldyn scored for the Kings and Fleuty made 26 saves. The Kings are led by Goldyn 2G 3A, Bradly 1G 3A, Townsley 3G.
Be sure to mark your calendars for Kings Fest! Kings Fest will be at Power Play Rinks on Saturday October 14th. This is a great event and the whole Kings Community comes together. A food truck will be in the lot, along with a dunk tank! There will be a raffle for signed jerseys, 50/50, and more! The fundraising will benefit hockey players looking to achieve their dream of suiting up for the Kings. Don’t miss out and be sure to join the Kings Community.
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