Bay State Battle
Aiming to avenge the 1932 defeat at the hands of the Greater Boston All-Stars, the All-Rhode Island schoolboy hockey team faced off against the Bay State All-Stars in March 1933 at the Boston Arena in game 1 of their two game series. Throughout the 51 minutes of play, the two teams played spectacular hockey ending in a 4-4 tie after a six minute overtime period Henri Gauron of Mount St. Charles scored 3 goals while Ken Phillips of Cranston High School tallied the other Rhode Island marker. Goalie Ed Thayer stopped 13 shots in the game. In the second meeting between the teams they met at the R.I. Auditorium. A brilliant attack from the start of the game to the last second enabled the Rhode Island All-Stars to hang up a 3-1 victory.