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EHL Monarchs acclimate to new home

NEW HAMPSHIRE JR. MONARCHS (15-4-1-0)

A little more than a month into the season, the Junior Monarchs appear to be the league’s most complete club. They had scored the most goals (61), owned the best team goals against average (2.00) through Oct. 27, and won all three of their games at the Columbus Day Showcase in Hudson, NH. As of Nov. 22, the Monarchs continue to lead in the goals category (87) and are 2nd in team goals against average (2.35).

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Peyton Baldillez (#12)

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Shawn Nelson (#14)

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Eric Berglund (#23)

Three Monarchs’ forwards rank among the league’s Top 15 scorers – Shawn Nelson (10-18-28), Payton Baldillez (11-16-27), and Eric Berglund (8-14-22). Plenty of support comes from Hunter Laslo, Cam Owens and Joey Yeadon, who combined for another 17 goals and 33 points through the first 14 games.

Jake Theut (#1)

Jake Theut (#1)

Goaltenders Jake Theut (.919 save % and 2.66 GAA) and Brenden Cain (.919 save % and 2.08 GAA) have been superb, each with a shutout.  An active defense features Cam Spicer (4-5-9), Erik Ouellette (1-8-9), Jordan Mathieu (1-5-6), Jacob Donahue (2-7-9) and Jonathan Grassie (1-7-8).

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