EHF News and Notes


March 18, 2019

By Matt LaRochelle /

Mid-Fairfield dominates the EHF Elite Division, winning four titles; Boston Jr. Terriers appear in league-leading eight championship games.

The Eastern Hockey Federation (EHF), proud member of the United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL), welcomed 27 new division champions in the finale of the 2019 EHF Championship weekend on Sunday at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough, Massachusetts.

Amongst the league champions (8 Elite, 19 Tier I), 13 organizations are represented, with an additional four making championship game appearances.

The Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers were the big winners of the weekend, earning a league-high four titles in the 2005, 2007, 2008, and 2009 Elite Divisions. In the Tier I Division, the NorthStars Hockey Club led the way by going a perfect 3-for-3 in title games (2005 Black, 2006 Black, & 2010 White).

Along with Mid-Fairfield and the NorthStars, Providence Hockey Club (3), South Shore Kings (2), Boston Jr. Terriers (2), North Shore Shamrocks (2), Manchester Flames (2), and Islanders Hockey Club (2) earned multiple championships during the three-day event.

Amongst the 54 finalists, the Jr. Terriers led all EHF organizations with eight teams, followed by the Islanders (7) and Providence (6).

The 2018-19 EHF season concludes this weekend, March 23-24, at New England Sports Center when champions will be crowned in the Tier I U14 Black and White (Group 1) divisions.

For complete information on the 2019 EHF Playoffs, click here for the EHF Elite Playoffs or click here for the EHF Tier I Playoffs

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