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Ehl regular season champ 2014
This is the 2013-14 Eastern Hockey League season.  This is the league's first season. Each team played 44 games with the regular season ending February 23, 2014.  The teams ares seeded for the playoffs based on overall standings with the division winners being seeded #1, #2, and #3  based on points, the rest of the teams are seeded 4 to 17 based on points and tie breakers. The playoffs start February 26 with a single game playoff between the 16th and 17th seeded team.  The playoffs are scheduled to end sometime between March 21 and March 24 with the winner of the playoffs qualifying for the USA Hockey Tier III National Championships being held in Simsbury, Connecticut and the playoff runner-up qualified for a one game playoff with the runner-up of the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League for an at-large bid to the National Championships .

SeasonEdit

Final Standings

 EHL North

 Team                                           GP   W   L   T  OTL    P

(1) New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs    44    35   8   1   0    71

(4) Northern Cyclones                  44    32   10   2   0    66

(6) Boston Bandits                        44    22   17   3   2    49

(12) Boston Junior Rangers            44    18   21   2   3    41

(14) Valley Jr. Warriors                    44    16   20   3   5    40

EHL Central

 Team                                            GP   W   L   T  OTL    P

(3) Connecticut Oilers                    44    26   13   3   2   57 

(5) New York Bobcats                     44    23   15   5   1   52

(7) Harford Jr. Wolfpack                  44    20   16   4   4   48

(8) Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights  44    19   16   8   1    47

(11) New York Applecore                   44    20   21   1   2    43

(15) Walpole Express                          44    13   22   7   2    35

EHL South

 Team                                                 GP   W   L   T  OTL    P

(2) Philadelphia Little Flyers             44    28   11   2   3      78

(9) Philadelphia Junior Flyers           44    19   18   7   0      45

(10) New Jersey Rockets                    44    21   20   2   1       45

(13) Philadelphia Revolution                44    19   23   2   0    40

 (16) New Jersey Titans                        44   10   28   3   3    26

(17)  Washington Junior Nationals        44    5   37   1   1    12

Leading Scorers

Player                   (Team)                                  GP G  A  Pts PIM

Kevin Valienti (Northern Cyclones)                      44 35 41 76 18

Payton Baldillez (New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs)  44 22 41 63 12

Shawn Nelson (New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs)     44 26 36 62 10

Zach Felser (Philadelphia Little Flyers)               44 19 42 61 53


Leading GoaltendersEdit

Player          (Team)                                                 W-L-T-SO GAA

Brendan Cain (New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs)         11-4-1-2  1.85

Evan Morelli (Northern Cyclones)                            17-3-0-3  1.88

Jake Theut (New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs)             24-3-0-4   2.10

Alec Derks (Philadelphia Little Flyers)                     2011-1-3 2.38

Playoffs

Seedings: Division winners seeded 1, 2, and 3 based on points, rest of teams seeded 4 to 17 based on points

Play in Game

February 26

Play in Game #16 vs. #17

#16 New Jersey Titans defeat #17 Washington Junior Nationals (8-2)

First Round (Best of 3)

February 27 to March 2

#1 New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs defeat  #16  New Jersey Titans             2 games to none (3-0, 6-2)

#2 Philadelphia Little Flyers defeat  #15 Walpole Express                       2 games to none (4-1, 4-1)

#3 Connecticut Oilers defeat #14 Valley Jr. Warriors                                2 games to 1 (3-1, 3-4, 5-2)

#4 Northern Cyclones defeat #13 Philadelphia Revolution                       2 games to none (3-2, 4-2)  

#5 New York Bobcats defeat #12 Boston Junior Rangers                         2 games to none (3-1, 5-4)

#6 Boston Bandits defeat #11 New York Applecore                                  2 games to none (6-4,4-2)

#7 Harford Jr. Wolfpack defeat #10 New Jersey Rockets                          2 games to none (5-4, 5-0)

#8 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights defeat #9 Philadelphia Junior Flyers   2 games to none (5-3, 4-3)

Quarterfinals (Best of 3)

March 7 to March 9

Teams reseeded 1 to 8

# 1 New Hampshire Jr. Monarch defeated #8 Valley Jr. Warriors 2 games to none (4-1, 6-2)

#2 Northern Cyclones defeated #7 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights 2 games to none (2-1, 5-4)

#3 Philadelphia Little Flyers defeated #6 Hartford Jr. Wolfpack 2 games to 1 (3-2, 2-3, 5-0)

#5 Boston Bandits defeated #4 New York Bobcats 2 games to none (3-2, 5-3)

Semi-Finals (Best of 3)

March 14 to March 16

Teams reseeded 1 to 4

1 New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs defeated #4 Boston Bandits 2 games to 1 (2-3, 3-2, 6-2)

#2 Northern Cyclones defeated #3 Philadelphia Little Flyers 2 games to none (6-3, 3-2)

Finals (Best of 5)

Games scheduled for March 21, 22, 23, 25, 27

#1 New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs vs. #2 Northern Cyclones

#2 Northern Cyclones defeated #1 New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs 3 games to 2 (1-2, 2-4, 4-3 (3OT), 6-1, 3-2)


The Northern Cyclones advance to USA Hockey Tier III Junior National Championship, which are being held in Simsbury, CT and the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs play the runner-up of the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League playoffs for an at-large bid to the National Tournament. This game was won by the Jr. Monarchs.

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