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EHL - Eastern Hockey League
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|27 Oct 2020 |||Kārlis Reinis Riba (G)||Boston Jr. Rangers||HK Mogo|
|24 Oct 2020 |||Danylo Moroz (F)||New York Apple Core||Bilyỹ Bars Bila Tserkva|
|27 Aug 2020 |||David Pfostl (D)||Team Maryland||HC Merano|
|28 Jun 2020 |||Tomas Muller (D)||BK Nová Paka||Boston Jr. Rangers|
The Eastern Hockey League will kick off its inaugural season with three divisions in 2013-14. Each EHL team will play four games against its fellow divisional foes for 20 games; Each EHL team will play 12 league Showcase games against teams in other divisions; Each EHL team will play 12 more games against teams in other divisions for a total of 44 regular season games.
The EHL divisions are listed below:
Boston Jr. Rangers
New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
New Hampshire Lakers
Valley Jr. Warriors
New York Applecore
New York Bobcats
New Jersey Rockets
New Jersey Titans
Philadelphia Little Flyers
Philadelphia Jr. Flyers
Washington Jr. Nationals
The Eastern Hockey League (EHL) is an American Tier III Junior ice hockey league with 18 teams in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic parts of the United States. The EHL was officially announced on June 6, 2013 as the Atlantic Junior Hockey League welcomed six new members from the old Eastern Junior Hockey League and the AJHL re-branded itself under the EHL banner. The six members who came from the EJHL were the Boston Bandits, Connecticut Oilers, New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs, New York Apple Core, Philadelphia Revolution, and the Valley Jr. Warriors.