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2018-19 Regular Season Schedule

By Neil Ravin - Director of Communications, 07/10/18, 9:00AM EDT

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6th Year of the #Eshow Kicks Off on September 8th

BOSTON, MA -- The Eastern Hockey League (EHL) is pleased to release the 2018-19 regular season schedule. The 6th year of the #Eshow will feature 19 total teams, 10 of which will play out of the New England Conference, while the other 9 compete in the Mid-Atlantic Conference. All 19 teams will finish a 46-game regular season schedule, and 12 teams (6 per conference) will advance to the postseason. The road to the EHL Frozen Finals starts on Saturday, September 8th.

"We're all excited to kick-off a new season this Fall," said Mark Kumpel, the EHL's Director of Hockey Operations. "We have a strong group of new teams, which are of course led by a deep core of returning franchises, who are all looking to build off of the previous campaign. We've got just 2 months left until hockey season!"

Click here to view the full 2018-19 regular season schedule, and scroll down for a list of some key dates and matchups in the opening month. Also, stay tuned for another big announcement coming this Thursday.


Games to Watch in September

September 8th - Team Maryland vs. Philadelphia Little Flyers (IceWorks Skating Complex - 4:30pm)

  • The 2018-19 regular season gets underway as the Little Flyers welcome Team Maryland to the EHL.

September 9th - New Jersey 87's vs. North Carolina Golden Bears (Wake Forest University - 6:30pm)

  • Following the steps of Team Maryland from the day before, both the 87's and the Golden Bears cross off their first games in the EHL.

September 15th - Lehigh Valley Jr. Rebels vs. Boston Jr. Rangers (Breakaway Ice Center - 12:00pm)

  • The Rebels head to the north shore of Boston, for their first regular season game in the EHL.

September 21st - Connecticut Chiefs vs. Connecticut RoughRiders (SoNo Ice House - 12:30pm)

  • The fifth and final new team for the upcoming season, the Chiefs, kicks-off play in the EHL with a matchup against the RoughRiders.

September 22nd - New England Wolves vs. New Hampshire Avalanche (Ice Den Arena - 4:20pm)

September 22nd - Philadelphia Jr. Flyers vs. Team Maryland (Rockville Ice Arena - 7:30pm)

  • Also on the 22nd, we've got our first father-son matchup of the season, as Jerry Domish (Jr. Flyers) takes on Jerramie Domish (Maryland) for the first time since his son took over as a new head coach in the EHL.

September 30th - New Hampshire Avalanche vs. Philadelphia Revolution (Rodman Arena - 1:20pm)

  • We wrap up the first month with a championship rematch, as the Avalanche and Revolution hit the ice for the first time since the epic title game back on March 25th. New Hampshire won all four matchups with Philadelphia last season, including both contests in Providence. This game will be the featured matchup at the first showcase of the season in Walpole, MA.

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