BOSTON, MA -- A new week in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) kicks off this afternoon at 1:00pm, and this will start a stretch of at least 1 game per day for the rest of the month of September. Focusing on this weekend in particular, all 19 EHL teams are set to hit the ice, highlighted by the New Hampshire Avalanche beginning defense of their 2017-18 EHL Championship.
EHL Game of the Week
New England Wolves vs. New Hampshire Avalanche
Saturday, September 22nd - 4:20pm (Ice Den Arena)
The New Hampshire Avalanche begin defense of their EHL Championship, when they host the in-state rival New England Wolves on Saturday at 4:20pm. After helping 19 players make their NCAA Commitments this past season, the Avalanche have reloaded with another deep roster. These two teams are scheduled to meet 3 more times in the regular season.
Below you'll find the full schedule for the weekend, and the next set of TSR Hockey Stars of the Week will be released on Monday, September 24th at 4:00pm. Be sure to catch the #Eshow all season long on HockeyTV.
BOSTON, MA -- The Eastern Hockey League (EHL) is officially back in full swing as this past weekend featured 11 games, and 12 total teams in action. With a large number of teams and players beginning their respective 2018-19 season, there were plenty of worthy candidates for our weekly honors.
The EHL is pleased to announce that Dominiks Marcinkevics (New England Wolves), Tommy Donnelly (Philadelphia Revolution), and Brendahn Brawley (Philadelphia Little Flyers) have been named the TSR Hockey Stars of the Week.
A new week in the #Eshow kicks-off on Wednesday, and begins a stretch of 9 straight days each with at least 1 game on the schedule. The next set of TSR Hockey Stars of the Week will be released on Monday, September 24th at 4:00pm. Catch the #Eshow action all season long on HockeyTV.
The Little Flyers, Frozen Finals round-robin participants a year ago, ruined the Team Maryland league debut with a 3-0 win Friday afternoon in Aston, Pennsylvania. The Little Flyers then won 9-0 Monday in Odenton, Maryland.
Brendahn Brawley made 17 saves in the opening shutout. Thomas McLaren had 27 saves Sunday.
Tanner Beals made 50 saves for Maryland in the first game, keeping the Little Flyers off the scoreboard despite an 18-3 shot discrepancy in the first period. Philadelphia finished with a 53-17 lead in shots.
Mikey Giampapa scored one goal and assisted on another.
Alexander McBey scored the first goal of the season for the Little Flyers on Saturday, and then followed things up when he opened up the scoring in Monday's rout.
Kyle Scott wound up leading the offense with three goals and an assist.
Read more EHL news for the USA Hockey Junior Notebook.