The Leafs were led by Michael Jessman, who registered one goal and one assist. Jessman scored on the power play 12:09 into the first period to make the score 2-0 Mass Maple Leafs. Mass Maple Leafs had gotten the advantage when Bay State Breakers' Mason Sloan was sent off for cross checking. Samuel Jenkins assisted on the tally.
Mass Maple Leafs forced Bay State Breakers' goaltenders to work without much rest, racking up 40 shots and forcing 33 saves. Keith Inman made 22 stops and Kirby Saari made 11.
Mass Maple Leafs also had goals scored by Sidney Thomas, who had one, Nicholas Menzel, who had two, and Patrick Hayes, who had three. Other players who recorded assists for Mass Maple Leafs were Joseph Fernandes, who had two and Ian Maisonneuve, Trevor Berman, Colin Cordeiro, Adam McGrath, Michael Sorenti, Nicholas Cambria, and Kurtis Garcia, who each chipped in one.
Bay State Breakers puts an average of 3.3 pucks into the net per game, and their offense rang up 51 shots on Mass Maple Leafs' net during the game.
Bay State Breakers was led by Thomas Cahill, who scored the team's only goal. Cahill scored on the power play 17:03 into the first period to make the score 3-1 Mass Maple Leafs. Bay State Breakers earned a power play opportunity when Ryan McCarthy was put in the box for roughing. Cameron Miglietta picked up the assist.