PLYMOUTH, NH -- Dating back to the formation of the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) in 2013, a total of 18 players have made their commitments to Plymouth State while playing in the #Eshow. The Panthers compete in the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC), which is made up of a group of schools that all heavily recruit players from the EHL. This Fall their are five EHL alumni arriving at Plymouth State, and those five are part of the 22 EHL alumni that are now freshmen at MASCAC schools.
"The EHL has done a tremendous job in preparing their players for the next level," said Plymouth State head coach Craig Russell. "The league is competitive and provides a strong development model with the quality coaching throughout the EHL. All of the players that have come to PSU from the EHL have been ready to compete the first day they set foot on campus."
This year's incoming freshmen class includes the following EHL alumni:
The EHL would like to wish this group of players the best of luck as they arrive on campus and get set to kick-off their collegiate hockey careers.
The #Eshow is back and remember you can catch all the action on HockeyTV. Also, keep an eye out for more 'Pipeline of the Week' features throughout the season.