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This is the 2017-18 Eastern Hockey League season.  This is the league's fifth season after it was formed by the merger of the Atlantic Junior Hockey League and six members of the Eastern Junior Hockey League.

Membership Changes[edit | edit source]

team locations 2017-18

Showcase Events[edit | edit source]

The league has scheduled 4 league-wide showcase events which will freature all 16 teams playing two games each over two days at one location to give college coaches and scouts and opportunity to view the league's players.

Teams[edit | edit source]

North Conference[edit | edit source]

New England Division[edit | edit source]
Team Centre Arena
New England Wolves Laconia, New Hampshire Merrill Fay Arena
New Hampshire Avalanche Hooksett, New Hampshire Ice Den Arena
Valley Jr. Warriors Haverhill, Massachusetts Haverhill Valley Forum
Vermont Lumberjacks Burlington, Vermont Gordon H. Paquette Ice Arena
Boston Division[edit | edit source]
Team Centre Arena
Boston Jr Rangers Tewksbury, Massachusetts Breakaway Ice Center
East Coast Wizards Bedford, Massachusetts Edge Sports Center
Total Athletics Seahawks Hyannis, Massachusetts Hyannis Youth and Community Center
Walpole Express Walpole, Massachusetts Rodman Arena

South Conference[edit | edit source]

Central Division[edit | edit source]
Team Centre Arena
Connecticut Oilers Hamden, Connecticut Louis Astorino Arena
Connecticut RoughRiders Norwalk, Connecticut SoNo Ice House
New York Applecore Brewster, New York Brewster Ice Arena
New York Bobcats Royals Huntington, New York Dix Hills Ice Rink
Mid-Atlantic Division[edit | edit source]
Team Centre Arena
Philadelphia Junior Flyers West Chester, Pennsylvania Ice Line Quad Rinks
Philadelphia Little Flyers Aston, Pennsylvania IceWorks Skating Complex
Philadelphia Revolution Warminster, Pennsylvania Revolution Ice Gardens
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights Pittston, Pennsylvania Revolution Ice Centre

Standings[edit | edit source]

North Conference[edit | edit source]

New England Division[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L OL GF GA Pts
New Hampshire Avalanche 50 39 7 4 204 99 82
Vermont Lumberjacks 50 24 24 2 163 162 50
New England Wolves 50 17 31 2 146 234 36
Valley Jr. Warriors 50 15 31 4 131 191 34

Boston Division[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L OL GF GA Pts
Boston Jr Rangers 50 38 11 1 197 114 77
Walpole Express 50 36 11 3 207 123 75
East Coast Wizards 50 29 18 3 170 147 61
Total Athletics Seahawks 50 14 30 6 107 177 34

South Conference[edit | edit source]

Central Division[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L OL GF GA Pts
Connecticut RoughRiders 50 31 18 1 206 139 63
New York Apple Core 50 23 18 9 160 157 55
Connecticut Oilers 50 14 33 3 118 205 31
New York Bobcats Royals 50 4 42 4 92 298 12

Mid-Atlantic Division[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L OL GF GA Pts
Philadelphia Revolution 50 41 8 1 234 99 83
Philadelphia Little Flyers 50 39 9 2 213 104 80
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights 50 24 25 1 170 180 49
Philadelphia Junior Flyers 50 12 32 6 98 187 30

Frozen Finals Playoffs[edit | edit source]

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Format[edit | edit source]

The top six teams in each conference will qualify for the playoffs.  The two division champions earn the 1 and 2 seeds plus a first round bye.  The three seed plays the six seed and the four seed plays the five seed in a best-of-three series.  Teams will be re-seeded and the one seed will play the four seed and the two seed will play the three seed in a best-of-three series.  The four second round winners will advance to the Frozen Finals. The Frozen Finals will be held March 22nd through 25th at Schneider Arena on the campus of Providence College. The last four teams will participate in a round robin tournament with a title game being held on March 25th.

Conference Quarterfinals[edit | edit source]

Conference Semifinals[edit | edit source]

Frozen Finals Round Robin[edit | edit source]

Round Robin Standings[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L OL GF GA Pts
New Hampshire Avalanche 3 2 1 0 11 7 4
Philadelphia Revolution 3 2 1 0 8 3 4
Philadelphia Little Flyers 3 2 1 0 6 7 4
Boston Jr Rangers 3 0 2 1 7 15 1

Frozen Finals Championship Game[edit | edit source]

  • New Hampshire Avalanche defeated Philadelphia Revolution 3-2

2018 EHL champions New Hampshire Avalanche

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