Connecticut’s top boys hockey performances for Week 5

Rhys Davies, Fairfield co-op: Scored three goals and added two assists in 6-1 win over St. Joseph.

John Gagliardi, Hand: Scored a hat trick in 9-2 win over North Branford.

Tucker Healy, Westhill-Stamford: Scored three goals in 4-1 win over Staples. Added another goal in 4-2 loss against Greenwich.

Patrick Heslin, Immaculate: The freshman scored three goals in a 4-3 loss to Trumbull.

Beau Johnson, New Canaan: Made 26 saves in a 1-0 OT shutout win against Ridgefield.

Jack Roberts, Lyman Hall: Notched his 100th career point on a goal in 5-4 win over North Branford.

Anthony Romano, Sheehan: Scored two goals and had four assists in 9-0 win over New Milford. Scored two more goals in 4-1 win over North Haven.

Aksel Sather, Fairfield Prep: Had five assists in 6-1 win vs. Notre Dame-Fairfield. Added two assists in 2-2 tie vs. Notre Dame-West Haven. Added a goal and an assist in 7-0 win over Hamden.

Connor Smith, Notre Dame-West Haven: Made 49 saves in a 2-2 tie against Fairfield Prep. Made 31 saves in 4-1 win over Xavier. Made 37 saves in 3-2 OT win over West Haven.

Will Stewart, Ridgefield: Scored game-winning goal - also his hat trick goal - in 6-5 OT win vs. Fairfield co-op.

Tyler Stiewing, St. Joseph: Made 33 saves to earn 1-0 win over Greenwich.

Niko Tournas, Amity: The freshman netted three goals in 6-5 win over BBD.

Evan Vasiljevs, Cheshire: Netted his first career hat trick and added an assist in 8-4 win over Guilford. Added a goal and assist in 7-5 win over Branford.

Nik Vasiljevs, Cheshire: Scored one goal and added an assist in 8-4 win over Guilford. Had one assist in 4-1 win over Watertown-Pomperaug. Scored three goals and added three assists in 7-5 win over Branford.

Mason Whitney, Fairfield Prep: The senior scored seven goals this week. Netted a hat trick in 6-1 win vs. Notre Dame-Fairfield and scored two goals - including one with 1:14 left to tie game - in 2-2 tie vs. Notre Dame-West Haven. Scored two goals and added two assists in 7-0 win over Hamden.

GAMES TO WATCH

It’s been a fast and short regular season, but the postseason is upon us. The games to watch this week are all of the playoff games that are beginning at the end of the this and early next week. Watch all of those games and check out GameTimeCT.com for all the up-to-date scores and brackets for each tournament.

— Pete Paguaga