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Nashoba came out ready to go vs MARLBORO First year Nashoba Regional ice hockey coach Trevor Short admits he was worried about facing Grafton/Blackstone Valley Tech in a matinee matchup. But no worries were needed, as the Chieftains were focused from the get go and lit up the scoreboard with seven different players finding the back of the net en route to an 8 2 Coughlin Conference victory Wednesday at the New England Sports Center. "Morning games, high school kids, you don't know what you're going to get," Short said. "They all showed up early. We had a real good practice (Tuesday), and I think that translated into a solid win today. Morning games can be tough, but they were ready to go." Nashoba improved to 3 2 overall and 2 1 in the conference, while Grafton fell to 3 2, 1 1. Freshman first line forward Bryce Chaput led Nashoba with two goals both in the first period while Matt LeBlanc, Devyn Barrett and Bobby Denaro each had a goal and an assist. Brett Young and Kevin Gilchrest each had two helpers. "We got production from all three lines," Short said. "The puck movement was really good and it's something we've been focusing on. Move the puck, get your feet going and good things will happen." Chaput got the Chieftains rolling with two straight tallies in the opening period. Denaro fired a centering pass from the near boards to Chaput in the slot for the sizzling one timer goal. Gilchrest added an assist on Nashoba's second goal. "Nashoba was working hard and putting pressure on us," Grafton coach Brian Lehtinen said. "They got some good breaks, some fast breaks on us, odd man rushes and we couldn't stop them." Both offenses heated up in a four goal second period. Both times the Indians scored, Nashoba responded to steal back the momentum. First, Tanner Jelovcich tucked a shot inside the post, assisted by Nate Motuzas, to cut Grafton's deficit to 2 1. "They came out flying in the second and we had some good momentum in the second," Lehtinen said. But only 48 seconds later, Nashoba regained its two goal lead. LeBlanc had the goal of the game. He blocked a shot at the blue line, skated hard with the puck up the ice on a breakaway and then zipped the puck over Lewis' glove for a 3 1 lead. Grafton countered 19 seconds later on a Nick Hart tally, but Nashoba kept working and it paid off with Mike Magliozzi's goal on a scrum in front of the net at 9:59. Dean Anastas and Trevor Sicard added assists. "I like the effort, crashing the net and cycling the puck," Short said. "We made a couple of mistakes, but that's going to happen. Offensively, we moved the puck and the wings skated well and they got the puck to the slot and took quality shots." Nashoba goalie Luke Gilchrest a senior captain was solid in between the pipes, rejecting a breakaway bid by Cameron Thomas to open the third period. "Gilchrest, the word that comes to mind is consistency," Short said. "He's going to keep us in every game, and he has. We rely on that senior leadership."