Located in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States, the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) and its 19 teams celebrates its 7th season in 2019-20. For the past four years, the EHL has finished as the leader in the Direct-To-College Advancement at the Division II and III levels. This past season alone, the EHL accounted for nearly 1 in every 5 freshmen on Division II and III rosters.
To go along with the NCAA Commitments, the EHL has also helped over 75 players work their way up the USA Hockey Ladder of Development to the North American Hockey League (NAHL) and the United States Hockey League (USHL). This area of advancement is also not limited to just players, as the EHL has seen a number of coaches make the jump up the ladder as well.
The Eastern Hockey League Premier (EHLP) serves as a sub-division for the Eastern Hockey League (EHL). This fall, the EHLP will kick-off its 5th season under the EHL, with 13 teams split up between 2 different conferences. While the name has changed a couple of times, the model remains the same; to help players develop and prepare for the next step in their journey.
The EHL's sub-division has done a great job promoting players up the ranks of junior hockey, and is responsible for a number of the league's NCAA Commitments. Over 125 players have developed at this level and then made their jump up to the EHL. From there, over 60 players have advanced onto college hockey.
With every player comes a different path and next step. Whether it's college hockey or staying under the USA Hockey umbrella, the EHL and the EHLP provide all of our players with the resources to improve their game and keep climbing in their respective journeys. Every story is different, and we're ready to help you write the next chapter in yours.
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