2003-2004 Record: 14-8-1 Overall Eric Dube - Coach, Brett Amero – Asst. Coach, Scott Lindsey – Asst. Coach Team: Tom Anderson – Alt. Captain, Pete Cornbrooks, Dave D'Amato, Jeff Engborg, Ryan Haney, Henry Huidekoper, Will Hutchinson, Doug Johnson, Mike Jopling, Dan Kaplan, Brett Lyall, Michael Marcel, Kevin McMahon – Captain, Chris Mecozzi, Pat Milnamow, Stephen Papp, Nick Pizzo – Alt. Captain, Bill Reighley, Nick Resch, Brian Sherk, Justin Sidell, Brian Skiba, Pete Smith – Alt. Captain.
The Wilton Men’s Varsity Ice Hockey team ended possibly their best ever and undoubtedly their most memorable season this year by making it to the state quarterfinals; the second most successful team to come through Wilton High School since 1996 when the team made it to the semi-finals. The season began with the loss of a highly respected and admired Varsity player, Wilton High School junior Matthew Shaw, which shocked both the community and the team. More unified than ever, the team began their season with four consecutive wins and narrowly suffered their first lost during the annual Christmas Tournament to their long withstanding rival, Ridgefield. Shortly thereafter Wilton would go on to defeat Trinity in their next game before playing Ridgefield again, this time knocking the former state champions and arch rivals off their pedestal by a final score of 8-6. The team continued to the state finals thanks to their determination, focus and pure talent of some of the best players Wilton has ever seen. The Wilton Men’s Varsity Ice Hockey team entered the state tournament as the seventh seeded team in Division II and went on to the quarterfinals before losing to Daniel Hand by a final score of 5 to 4, ultimately finishing their season with an overall record of 14-7-1.
AWARDS: Marce Lavin Founder’s Award: Kevin McMahon; All-Area: Kevin McMahon, Tommy Anderson, Pete Smith, Will Hutchinson, Patrick Milnamow; All-FCIAC: Tom Anderson, Kevin McMahon, Will Hutchinson