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EHF Weekend Warm-Up - September 14, 2019

September 14, 2019

By Matt LaRochelle / FedHockey.com




EHF Hockey is back in full swing for the 2019-20 season. Here are some things to watch on September 14 & 15, 2019.



After months of preparation, the Eastern Hockey Federation’s South Division, formerly known as the United States Premier Hockey League’s High Performance Youth League (HYPL), begins division play this weekend in rinks across the Mid-Atlantic.

2006 – Bantam Minor

  • Hartford Jr. Wolfpack vs CP Dynamo (Sept. 14 –Clifton Park Ice Arena)


The 2019-20 EHF South season officially begins in Clifton Park, New York, where CP Dynamo play host to the Jr. Wolfpack. Hartford looks to continue where they left off at last year’s HYPL Playoffs, where the Jr. Wolfpack advanced to the 14U Minor Division championship game.

In addition to the South Division, this weekend is the official kick off for the EHF’s newest member, Wolverines Hockey. Of their five teams in the division, the Wolverines’ 2006, 2008, and 2009 will all take to the ice on Sunday, September 15.

2006 – Bantam Minor

  • New Jersey Rockets vs Wolverines Hockey (Woodbridge Community Center)


2008 – Pee Wee Minor

  • Philadelphia Hockey Club vs Wolverines Hockey (Woodbridge Community Center)


2009 – Squirt Major

  • Philadelphia Hockey Club vs Wolverines Hockey (Woodbridge Community Center)


For more information on the EHF South Division, including schedule and standings, visit the division page on USPHL.com.




U14 Division

  • Providence Hockey Club vs Top Gun (Sept. 14 –Salem ICEnter)

  • Providence Hockey Club vs Boston Jr. Terriers (Sept. 15 –Canton Sportsplex)


Five months after their run at the 2019 USA Hockey National Championships, Providence Hockey Club is looking to continue right where they left off. Their 2019-20 campaign will begin with a weekend road trip up north.

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