Don Bosco Hockey is proud to announce that Seniors Matt Imbriano and Joe Bossolina, will join current Captain Lukas Klemm as team captains for the 2021-22 season. Imbriano, a four year varsity letterman and the only returning player from the 2019 State Championship team, will look to be the first player in school history to win three state titles and build on his 34 career points (14g, 20a) in 56 games.
“Both Matt and Joe have demonstrated leadership qualities the past few seasons, on and off the ice,” says Head Coach Greg Toskos. “Matt is part of a special group of players at Bosco who are four year varsity players. He’s won a lot of games over the past three years, including two state titles. While Joe showed last year the team meant more to him than any individual stats. Joe has played a variety of positions for us, but last year he stepped into a new role, took on the challenge and excelled. That’s the make up of a true leader. We’re really excited to have both Joe and Matt join Lukas as this years captains.”
Don Bosco opens the season November 26th at home vs CBA and will once again play one of the toughest schedules in the state. In addition to Gordon Conference opponents, Bosco will also take on Non-Conference foes The Hun School, Morristown-Beard and Lawrenceville School. The Ironmen will also travel up to Boston to take on perennial power BC High and Xaverian Brothers and will look to renew an old rivalry versus the Portledge School.