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EHL Alumni Update

By Neil Ravin - Director of Communications, 02/06/19, 12:00PM EST


League Alums Sweep Weekly CCC Honors

BOSTON, MA -- Another week in the books, and the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) continues to see its alumni making noise at the next level. Throughout the country, every NCAA conference does there own version of weekly honors, and you can find EHL connections on a very consistent basis. This past week is another prime example, as all three honorees in the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) are #Eshow alumni.

Zach White -- New York Applecore -- Curry College

Zach White is a senior at Curry College and he also serves as his team's captain. White was just named the CCC Player of the Week after helping lead his team to a weekend sweep of the Wentworth Institute of Technology. Looking back on his time in the EHL, and White spent the 2014-15 season with the New York Applecore tallying 44 points in 42 total games that year.

Blake Wojtala -- New York Applecore -- Salve Regina University

Sticking with the New York Applecore theme, Blake Wojtala came to the EHL during the 2013-14 season, and then was White's teammate the following year. Wojtala is now a senior at Salve Regina University and is one of the top net minders in all of Division III hockey. Wojtala was just named the Goaltender of the Week in the CCC for the third time this season. The Seahawks' anchor turned in a pair of back-to-back 32-save performances, that helped lift his team to the top of conference standings.

Austin Morgan -- Philadelphia Revolution -- University of New England

Last, but not least, we wrap things up with Austin Morgan, an alum of the Philadelphia Revolution. The '97 forward is a freshman at the University of New England and he was just named the Rookie of the Week in the CCC, after tallying four points in a weekend sweep of Endicott College.

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Blake Harlow (New England Wolves -- UMass Dartmouth) was named the Rookie of the Week in the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC).

Tim Sestak (New York Bobcats -- Wesleyan) was named the Player of the Week in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC).

Cayden Primeau (Philadelphia Revolution -- Northeastern) backstopped the Huskies past Boston University in the Semi-Finals of the 67th Annual Beanpot Tournament at TD Garden.

Austin Morgan ('97) was an offensive force during his time in the EHL, tallying 109 points in 97 total games.