BOSTON, MA -- We turn the page to another jam-packed week in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL). The upcoming schedule features all 18 EHL teams in action, with many intriguing matchups across the league. Every point is critical this week, both in terms of making the EHL Playoffs, and then securing the home ice advantage.
EHL Game of the Week
Vermont Lumberjacks vs. Boston Jr. Rangers
2/16/19 at 4:40pm - Breakaway Ice Center
The Rangers and Lumberjacks hit the ice for their third matchup of the 2018-19 regular season. Earlier this year, these two teams split their pair of games up in Vermont. The back end of this two-game set is scheduled for Sunday the 17th at 1:40pm, and we'll find out soon if these rivals are destined to meet in the First Round of the postseason.
Below you'll find the full upcoming schedule through Monday the 18th, and the next set of TSR Hockey Stars of the Week will be released that afternoon. Remember to catch the #Eshow all season long on HockeyTV.
BOSTON, MA -- For the second consecutive season, the Northeastern Huskies skated away as champions of the Annual Beanpot Tournament at TD Garden. With the pair of victories Cayden Primeau (Philadelphia Revolution) improves to 4-0-0 in his Beanpot career, and in back-to-back seasons, he's been named the Eberly Award Winner for the goaltender with the best save percentage in the tournament (.952). However, this year was a little extra special for the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) alum, as along with the Eberly Award, Primeau was also named the Most Valuable Player of the tournament.
Overall, Primeau turned aside 59 of the 62 shots he faced during the Beanpot, and the sophomore simply continues to impress at the next level. A draft pick of the Montreal Canadiens, Primeau is accomplishing so much at still a very young age, as he won't turn 20 years old until this upcoming August.
Looking ahead, Primeau will look to continue to lead the Huskies, as they head towards the Hockey East playoffs and then onto the NCAA Tournament.
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.