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Sunday, December 8, 2013

Jr UPDATE

The Eastern Hockey League released the names of the Mid Season All-Stars.  Two teams of 23 players each.   Former Sylvania Northview State Champions Zach Felser ( Philadelphia Little Flyers) and Dalton Carter ( Norther Cyclones) were honored in being named among the  First Team All Stars.
First Team All-Stars
Last Name
First Name
Pos
EHL Team
Baldillez
Payton
F
New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
Drevitch
Tyler
F
Boston Bandits
Felser
Zach
F
Philadelphia Little Flyers
Gillespie
Mike
F
New Jersey Rockets
Keussen
Rikard
F
New York Applecore
Nelson
Shawn
F
New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
Nolan
Tom
F
Connecticut Oilers
Perez
Dan
F
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights
Ruiz
Johnathan
F
Philadelphia Jr. Flyers
Valenti
Kevin
F
Northern Cyclones
Widmar
Joe
F
Connecticut Oilers
Zuccaro
Chris
F
Northern Cyclones
Carter
Dalton
D
Northern Cyclones
Dallaire
Bryan
D
Northern Cyclones
Drazen
Zack
D
Connecticut Oilers
Foland
Nick
D
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights
Gallo
Grant
D
Northern Cyclones
Mathieu
Jordan
D
New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
Spicer
Cam
D
New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
Stein
Zach
D
Hartford Jr. Wolfpack
Derks
Alec
G
Philadelphia Little Flyers
Grunwald
Gabe
G
New York Bobcats
Theut
Jake
G
New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs

The process was via coaches nominations then the league confirming with numerous NHL and NCAA scouts.
Congratulations to Zach Felser and Dalton Carter
In this weekends action Felser had seven points that came on one goal and six asits.  Felser now has 32 points in 22 games and is ranked 6th.  Carter ranked 21st with 23 points, had 2 assits on the 5th of December.  Drew Crandal of the Washington Jr Nationals had goals in his last two games.
Date: Dec 09, 2013
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BOSTON, Mass. -- The Eastern Hockey League has announced its Players of the Week for December 2-8, 2013.  Left to Right:  Josh Victor, Spencer Landry, Zach Felser.


DEFENSIVE:  Josh Victor, Connecticut Oilers
The 1994 birth-year defenseman from Killeen, Texas, played his usual hard-hitting style of defense as the Oilers gained a road split with Wilkes-Barre this past weekend.  The 6-4, 205-pounder tallied his first point of the season with an assist on Saturday.
GOALTENDER:  Spencer Landry, Hartford Jr. Wolfpack
The 1993 birth-year netminder from New Hartford, N.Y., kicked away 75 of 77 shots this past weekend as the Wolfpack claimed a pair of hard-fought road victories over Walpole and Applecore.  Landry has won four of his last five games and given up only seven goals during that stretch.
OFFENSIVE:  Zach Felser, Philadelphia Little Flyers
The 1994 birth-year forward from Sylvania, Ohio, capped a seven-point weekend by tallying five assists on Sunday -- the Little Flyers came from a 4-1 deficit to tie the Rockets 5-5 with Felser helping on all five goals.  He chipped in a goal and assist Saturday as the Little Flyers topped the Titans 6-2.