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EHL Weekly Preview

By Neil Ravin - Director of PR & Social Media, 01/30/18, 9:00AM EST


Warriors Set to Honor Paul T. Gilmartin on Friday Night

BOSTON, MA -- We've reached the final five weeks of the regular season in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL). Starting tomorrow and running through Monday, the EHL features every team in action with 18 total games on the schedule.

New Hampshire Avalanche vs. Valley Jr. Warriors
Friday, February 2nd - 6:30pm (Haverhill Valley Forum)

The Avalanche and Warriors hit the ice for just their second matchup of the regular season, and Friday is one of five total games that remain between the two teams. Friday’s game has a very special meaning for the Warriors, as the Haverhill Valley Forum will be officially changing its name to the Paul T. Gilmartin Memorial Arena. Be sure to tune in early for the pregame ceremony.

Below you can follow the box scores for all 18 games this week. The next set of TSR Hockey Stars of the Week will be released on Monday, February 5th at 4:00pm. Catch the #Eshow action all season long on HockeyTV.

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Starting this week, we will be highlighting a set of players or teams to watch, as they look to etch their names in the EHL record books. This week we're focusing on the league's top scorers, as the 2017-18 season has produced some of the highest totals to date. There are four players who have already crossed into the top-ten in league history, with Joey Savel (Philadelphia Little Flyers) already sitting at the top, after he passed Kevin Valenti (2013-14 Northern Cyclones) this past week. With 90 total games left in the regular season, the only question that remains is how many players will end the 2017-18 season with their names in the top ten.


  1. Joey Savel (2017-18 Philadelphia Little Flyers) - 78
  2. Kevin Valenti (2013-14 Northern Cyclones) - 76
  3. Donny Flynn (2016-17 New Jersey Rockets) - 76
  4. Richard McCartney (2016-17 Philadelphia Revolution) - 74
  5. Alex Ochterbeck (2017-18 Philadelphia Little Flyers) - 69
  6. Jon Ruiz (2014-15 Philadelphia Jr. Flyers) - 67
  7. Corey Kennedy (2015-16 New York Bobcats) - 66
  8. Connor Powell (2015-16 New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs) - 65
  9. Devin Panzeca (2017-18 East Coast Wizards) - 64
  10. Jake Fuss (2017-18 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights) - 64