WALPOLE, MA -- Daniel Eruzione, an alum of the Walpole Express, has committed to Salve Regina for the Fall of 2017. The '96 forward tallied 47 points in 46 games for Walpole during the 2015-16 season. Following the solid year, Eruzione joined the New Jersey Titans of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) and racked up 56 points in 56 games this past season.
"I am very excited for Danny to be headed to Salve Regina," said Walpole Express head coach and general manager Jon Lounsbury. "He's worked hard and had an incredible junior hockey career averaging a point per game in both the EHL and NAHL. We want to wish Danny the best of luck, and I look forward to watching him play in the Fall."
Eruzione joins a pair of EHL stars, that also made their commitments to join the Seahawks this Fall. The native of Massachusetts will be joined by the 2016-17 EHL Defenseman of the Year in Dylan Carabia, and a 1st Team North Conference All-Star in Paul Boutoussov.
Learn more about the Walpole Express on team's official website, and check out the full list of 2017 NCAA Commitments.
HAVERHILL, MA -- Nick Scarpa, a goalie for the Valley Jr. Warriors, has committed to Trinity College for the Fall of 2017. In his first and only season with the Warriors, the '97 racked up 12 wins while posting a 2.44 GAA.
Scarpa is 1 of 2 EHL goaltenders heading to Trinity this Fall. The other netminder is Sam Kany, who made his commitment to the Bantams in April. With 8 total EHL commits since the league was formed, Trinity has become a popular destination for some of the league's top players. Last season, the Bantams advanced all the way to the Division III National Championship Game before falling to Norwich University. Scarpa and Kany will look to help their team get back to the title game, when they arrive on campus this Fall.
Learn more about the Warriors on the team's official website, and check out the full list of 2017 NCAA Commitments.
TEWKSBURY, MA -- Kyle Galloway, a forward for the Boston Jr. Rangers, has committed to Southern New Hampshire University for the Fall of 2017. This past season was Galloway's first with the Rangers' EHL team, and the native of Georgia tallied 23 points in 50 total games.
"Kyle is the kind of player that plays the game with a lot of passion and intensity," said Rangers head coach Rich DeCaprio. "He really heated up in the second half and into the playoffs. He's a skilled player that sees the ice well. We are happy for him as a '97 to be moving onto NCAA hockey and to play for Coach Walsh at SNHU."
When Galloway joins the Penman, there will be a sense of comfort in already knowing two of his teammates. Johnny Andrews and Zach Ciampa each made their commitments to SNHU a few months ago.
"My experience with the Rangers is one that I'll never forget, said Galloway. "Hard work was expected and the coaching staff pushed us everyday to get better. Coach DeCaprio and Coach Blair taught me many things on and off the ice that not only improved me as a player, but are going to help me make the transition from juniors to college. I want to thank all my coaches and teammates who have developed me into the player I am today and allowed me to achieve my goal of playing college hockey."
Outside of the three Rangers players heading to SNHU this Fall, there are three other EHL alums also getting set to join the Penmen.