EHL Premier Update: Full slate of action this weekend

Kevin Doyle
Kevin Doyle
Kevin joined HNIB in 1990 and is a Senior Writer and Director of the Northern New England and Mass/R.I. High School Division camps. A veteran editor/writer of 40 years in the print and digital mediums, he has edited and produced original content and coordinated production for local and global publications and websites. He holds degrees from Merrimack College and Boston University and won multiple industry awards as Sports Editor of The Daily News of Newburyport and News Editor of The Amesbury News. He is the 2016 recipient of the North Shore Lifetime Commitment From the Community award presented by Moynihan Lumber and a 2017 Newburyport High School Wall of Fame inductee. He resides with his family in Portsmouth, NH. Email him at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter @kdoyle40

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A full pre-Thanksgiving slate of games kicked off Wednesday night with the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs rattling off five unanswered third-period goals to pull away from the Walpole Express, 7-3, and the Northern Cyclones registering a methodical 4-2 decision of the New England Wolves in North Conference action.

Connor Powell Monarchs
Connor Powell

Trailing, 3-2, after a goal by second-place Walpole’s Austin Bianchi with 12:15 to play, the fourth-place Monarchs pulled even on Connor Powell’s first of two goals with 11:13 left, then got the game-winner from Derek Neal with 8:05 to play. Justin Goldman (12:24), Powell (17:20) and Hunter Laslo (18:05) rounded out the closing blitz. Kyle Madore had 27 saves for the win.

Nolan Redler Northern Cyclones
Nolan Redler
Northern Cyclones

The third-place Cylcones prevailed on third-period goals by Nolan Redler and Joey Meehan. Cam Bando and Jarrod Fitzpatrick also scored while Drennen Atherton picked up the win with 25 saves. Ryan Dunn and Matthew Donald Toombs tallied for the Wolves.

This weekend the first-place Boston Bandits look to hold their ground when they visit the struggling Wolves on Saturday and Sunday while the Cyclones and Monarchs square off Saturday night.

In the South Conference, the first-place Philadelphia Revolution will ride an 11-game winning streak into Saturday night’s game against the Connecticut Oilers. The Revs have doubled up their opponents on the scoreboard (80-40) and have a nine-point bulge but the third-place Oilers have two games in hand with a chance to close the gap just a bit.

Meanwhile, two teams that sit in stalking mode with five games in hand on the Revolution – the second-place Hartford Jr. Wolfpack and the fourth-place Philadelphia Little Flyers – face off in a key two-game set at Ice Line Quad Rinks Saturday and Sunday.


Connor Bechtel Jr. Wolfpack
Connor Bechtel
Jr. Wolfpack


Boston Bandits – Ryan O’Donnell, Fitchburg State

Hartford Jr. Wolfpack – Connor Bechtel, Salve Regina; Thomas DeFelice, SUNY Fredonia, Zach Palmer, Nichols College.

Philadelphia Revolution – Dave Melaragni, Northeastern; Cayden Primeau, Northeastern; Chayse Primeau, Canisius.


Austin Kelly Little Flyers
Austin Kelly
Little Flyers


George Blinick, G, Junior Flyers

Austin Kelly, F, Little Flyers

Sean Kuhn, G, Jr. Rangers



Points – Anthony Del Gaizo, New Jersey Rockets, 36

Goals – Anthony Del Gaizo, New Jersey Rockets, 18

Assists – Donny Flynn, New Jersey Rockets, 23

Goals Against Average – Cayden Primeau, Philadelphia Revolution, 0.91

Save Percentage – Cayden Primeau, Philadelphia Revolution, .975

Wins – Connor Rodericks, Walpole Express, 10.


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