BOSTON, MA -- It's called the USA Hockey Ladder of Development, and it's for players that work their way up the tiers within junior hockey. For the EHL, some of the league's top young prospects have worked their way up to the Tier I (USHL) and Tier II (NAHL) ranks. A key factor in this version of EHL advancements has to do with the strong relationships the league has formed with its USA Hockey allies.
This season, the Eastern Hockey League has been invited to attend a pair of NAHL Spring Combines later this month.
"Now in our fourth year of hosting FPC events, we hope that both the players and families have a great experience of competition, make new friends and come away from this event better prepared to make an informed decision regarding the next steps in their hockey careers." - Mark Frankenfeld (Commissioner, NAHL)
Below you'll find the pair of FPC events that the EHL coaches will be attending along with a brochure for this year's combines.