|1. Malden Catholic||5||0||20||6|
|5. BC High||3||2||12||12|
|8. St. John's (S)||0||3||6||9|
|3. St. John's Prep||3||1||13||10|
|7. Central Cath.||2||2||14||17|
|2. St. Mary's||1||2||9||11|
|6. Springfield Ca.||0||3||9||12|
Teams play against every team in their group. The top two teams in each group advance to the semifinals.
FINAL > Malden Catholic 3, BC High 1
Trailing 1-0 after one period, Malden Catholic dug deep, grinding out a 3-1 victory over BC High to successfully defend their Super 8 title.
Crossover > BC High 3, St. John's Prep 2
BC High will get its shot at the Super 8 hockey final, beating St. John's Prep 3-2 at Merrimack College.
Crossover > Malden Catholic 4, Central Catholic 0
Top-ranked Malden Catholic punched its return ticket to TD Garden and will get the chance to defend its Super 8 crown after defeating Central Catholic, 4-0.
St. John's Prep 3, St. Mary's 1
Sam Kurker scored twice, including the winner in the third period, as the Eagles (16-5-2) defeated St. Mary’s, 3-1, in the final game of Super 8 group play.
Malden Catholic 7, Hingham 2
Malden Catholic rang up seven goals against Hingham, including three by Ryan Fitzgerald, in a win over the Harbormen.
Central Catholic 5, Springfield Cath. 4 (OT)
Central Catholic got a late third-period goal to send its game against Springfield Cathedral to overtime, where Jake Donahue won it for the Raiders, 5-4. Central advances to face Malden Catholic in the Super 8 semifinals Wednesday.
Third round > BC High 3, St. John's 2 (OT)
With uncertainty hanging in the air, Matt Sullivan’s overtime goal gave BC High a big boost as it skated off with a 3-2 victory over St. John’s of Shrewsbury.
Second round > St. Mary's 3, Springfield Cath. 2
St. Mary’s of Lynn notched its first Super 8 victory, 3-2, over Springfield Cathedral Wednesday night, with captain Brendan Magaery’s scoring the winning goal in the shootout.
Second round > SJP 4, Central Catholic 3
The final match of the second round in the Super 8 tournament saw a sixth tournament game decided by one goal as St. Johns Prep escaped with a 4-3 win over Central Catholic.
Second Round > MC 3, BC High 1
For the third time this season, Malden Catholic and BC High faced off, and for the second time the Lancers skated away with a victory, 3-1, Tuesday night.
Second Round > Hingham 3, St. John's (S) 2 (OT)
Hingham sophomore Sam D’Antuono scored the first three Super 8 goals of his young career Tuesday night - including the winner in overtime - providing all of the offense in a 3-2 win over St. John’s of Shrewsbury.
First Round > Malden Catholic 3, St. John's (S) 2
Malden Catholic has not lost a tournament hockey game since March 10, 2010, and Sunday's effort should be an indication that the Lancers might have what it takes to repeat as Super 8 champions.
St. John's Prep 4, Springfield Cathedral 3 (OT)
Sam Kurker’s overtime goal capped another thriller on Day 1 of the Super 8 tournament Sunday at Lawler Arena as St. John’s Prep escaped with a 4-3 victory over Springfield Cathedral.
First round > Central Cath. 6, St. Mary's 5 (SO)
Central Catholic beat St. Mary's of Lynn 6-5 in a shootout with senior Steven Merrick scoring the lone goal in the shootout.
BC High 4, Hingham 2
BC High took advantage of its power-play opportunities Sunday, opening Super 8 play by beating Hingham, 4-2, in a penalty-filled game.
Super 8 preview
Super 8 preview: Will Malden Catholic repeat?
Super 8 play-in
Early leads led to big comebacks that ultimately fell short as St. John’s of Shrewsbury and Central Catholic escaped with victories.
Boys' hockey preview
After going wire to wire as the No. 1-ranked team in the Globe’s Top 20 this season, defending Super 8 champion Malden Catholic will once again look to win the state’s elite hockey tournament.