Boston Bruins forward Jay Pandolfo, a 1992 Burlington High School graduate, said he was excited to see his alma mater win a second straight Division 1 championship.
Jay Pandolfo is hoping to help the Boston Bruins on a Stanley Cup this season. But in the meantime, the Burlington High School graduate is excited to know his alma mater has already hoisted a trophy of its own. Pandolfo, a 1992 BHS gradaute and current Bruins forward, said after a recent practice session in Wilmington that he was glad to see that the Red Devils were able to polish off a second straight Division 1 state championship when they recently toppled Marshfield at TD Garden. Are you a big fan of the Red Devils? You'll also want to see:
Burlington boys hockey dominates Milton at TD Garden for 6-2 state championship win.
There were seas of red filling the seats of Boston’s TD Garden on Sunday for the Division 1 championship between Burlington and Milton, but only one side could leave the fast-paced tilt happy. It was the Red Devils who grabbed momentum early and poured it on late to snag the state title with a 6-2 win over the Wildcats. Brian Hood gave Burlington a lead just 1:31 after the opening face off when he fired home a rebound to give his team a 1-0 edge. The Red Devils fought off a growing number of Milton chances later in the period to take the one-goal advantage into the intermission before scoring the next two goals to put a stranglehold on the game. “It was an up and down game,” said Milton head coach Paul Noonan. “I thought if you were a …