BOSTON, MA -- The Eastern Hockey League (EHL) and Eastern Hockey League Premier (EHLP) are pleased to announce the dates for the 2023 Combine Series, set to take place at the same venues that were used in April of 2022.
The EHL Combine Series will resume the weekend of April 13th through 15th at Rodman Arena in Walpole, MA.
All 26 organizations will be in attendance throughout the weekend, to help provide a one-of-a-kind experience for all that are involved.
Following the weekend in Walpole, 10 coaches representing 10 different organizations will be joining Neil Ravin, the Associate Commissioner of the EHL, and heading out to Hartland Sports Center in Hartland, MI on May 5th and 6th.
"We are beyond excited for the return of the EHL Combine Series," said Ravin. "First, in Walpole, we are looking forward to providing a first-class experience for a new wave of players that are interested in our league. When you combine that with the fact that all of our coaches will be in attendance, it will be a great way for us to close the books on the 2022-23 season and get ready for the 2023-24 campaign."
Ravin went on to talk about the league going back to Michigan.
"As the years have progressed, we have seen more and more players come east to play in the EHL, from one of the best hockey states in the country," added Ravin. "This event will be another chance for us to showcase who we are as a league, and what we've done to become the leader in direct-to-college advancement on the east coast. Every day my goal is to teach more and more people about what the EHL is and what we have to offer. I look forward to building off what we established last, as the EHL Combine Series continues to grow and evolve."
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