2011-12 Winter All-Met

Ice hockey

F Nathan Blondino

St. Mary’s Ryken / Jr.

Shattered MSHL single season records for goals (76) and points (105) as part of a one-two punch with junior Kalle Kuusisto.

F Devin Brink

Briar Woods / Jr.

A threat to score every time he touched the puck, Brink tallied 22 goals and 14 assists and led Falcons to their first NVSHL final.

F Chris Howland

Chantilly / Sr.

A force for four years, Howland scored 27 goals and added 14 assists to cap career with 88 goals, 40 assists in 42 games.

F Matt Potolicchio

Landon / Sr.

Two-time All-Met paced a Bears attack with 22 goals and 32 assists, captaining the area’s top team to back-to-back MAPHL titles. Video

D Nick Baker

McLean / Sr.

Tireless defender had eight goals, 16 assists and even filled in as an emergency goalie. Named NVSHL player of the year.

D Mike Piccirilli

Huntingtown / Sr.

Anchored imposing back line and captained the Hurricanes to their first MSHL final. Had seven goals, 15 assists.

D/F Max Greenwald

Landon / Sr.

Versatile two-way player keyed a defense that allowed 1.6 goals per game. Had 21 goals and 17 assists.

Chandler Gammill | Landon

Coach of the year

Ninth-year coach led the Bears to a 19-2 record and a second consecutive Mid-Atlantic Prep Hockey League championship. Over the past two seasons, Gammill guided Landon to a 40-2-1 mark and back-to-back season-ending No. 1 rankings, establishing the Bears as the preeminent program in the area.

Player bios by Matt Brooks - The Washington Post. Photos by Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post.
Published April 5, 2012.