2009-10: Devin Tringale skated in 26 games for Massachusetts' Lawrence Academy as a sophomore and played for the Neponset Valley River Rats team that won the Massachusetts District U16 Tier 1 midget championship. He scored 19 goals with 18 assists for Lawrence Academy.
2010-11: Tringale served as one of Lawrence Academy's captains as a junior and scored 16 goals with 26 assists in 28 games. Lawrence Academy reached the semifinals of the New England Prep School tournament. Tringale committed to playing college hockey at Harvard.
2011-12: Tringale was named the Independent School Most Valuable Player as Lawrence Academy captured the ISL and New England Prep School League championships. In 31 games he scored 19 goals with 27 assists. The Spartans (25-3-3) avenged one of their three losses on the season in the NEPSL championship, defeating Nobles and Greenough, 3-2. Tringale scored two goals in the semifinal against Salisbury and had the game-winning goal and an assist in the win over Nobles and Greenough. Tringale was ranked 79th amongst North American skaters in Central Scouting's final rankings (after being 98th in CS's mid-season rankings) prior to the 2012 NHL Draft.
2012-13: Tringale spent the season playing junior hockey for the Valley Junior Warriors in the Eastern Junior Hockey League before heading to Harvard in 2013-14. Tringale was the team's third-leading scorer during the regular season, finishing with 19 goals and 18 assists in 45 games, sharing the team lead in power play goals with Nick Pichette (7). The Warriors finished third in the Northern Division. In six playoff games Tringale scored 3 goals with 4 assists.
Tringale (trin-GAH-lee) has the build to develop into a power forward, but not all of his skills are defined enough at this point to indicate that he'll definitely become that player. He has the work ethic to play that style of game, but his offensive skills are not yet where they need to be to truly be an offensive threat. Tringale does pay attention to the defensive side of the game and has the skating ability to be a two-way player, but it remains to be seen where he'll top out once he advances to the pro game.