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EHL All-Stars vs UMB

By Neil Ravin - Director of Communications, 10/26/19, 8:30PM EDT


Team EHL Falls to Beacons

BOSTON, MA -- Team EHL wrapped-up the 2019 EHL All-Star Week today with a matchup against the UMass Boston Beacons. 


Tonight's matchup marked the 3rd straight season where the EHL All-Stars faced-off against the Beacons. UMass won the first-ever EHL All-Star Game back in 2017 by a score of 3-1, and followed up with an 8-5 win last season.

Going into this season, the Beacons currently have six EHL alumni on their roster.

Nick Daluisio - (Philadelphia Little Flyers 2017-2019)

Evan Heldt - (Philadelphia Little Flyers 2015-2017)

Chris Peters - (Walpole Express/New England Wolves 2015-2018)

Jake Adkins - (New Hampshire Avalanche 2018-2019)

Nolan Redler - (Northern Cyclones 2014-2016)

Nolan Egbert - (Boston Jr. Rangers 2016-2018)

Game Day


The Beacons came storming out of the gate and took the lead just 34 seconds into the contest. EHL alum Nolan Redler scored the second goal for UMass, as the former Cyclone has now notched a goal in each of the three games he has played against Team EHL. Back in the 2017 All-Star game, Redler led the way, scoring a hat-trick for the Beacons in their win. UMass added four more goals in the frame and took a 6-0 lead into the break. 

All-Star Game 2019


Former Boston Jr. Rangers' standout goalie, Nolan Egbert, entered the game for the Beacons in the 2nd frame. Egbert won 2018 EHL Goalie of the Year honors and also stood on his head at the 2018 All-Star Game against UMass Boston, stopping 36 shots against his future team. 

Neither squad was able to find the back of the net in the 2nd period as Egbert turned away all 6 shots he faced. Philadelphia Jr. Flyers' goaltender, Sean Dynan, was solid as well in the period, stopping 16 total shots as the game remained 6-0 in favor of the Beacons. 

All-Star Game 2019


The Beacons added two more goals in the 3rd period and won by a final score of 8-0. Redler collected an assist on one of the 3rd period tallies. The final shot count from the last EHL All-Star Game of this season was 39-17 in favor of the Beacons. 

The EHL would like to thank everyone involved in putting together this year's EHL All-Star Week including all 31 EHL players across 19 teams, the EHL coaching staff, and each of the three opponents (Fitchburg StateSalem State, and UMass Boston).

All-Star Game 2019