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EHF Weekend Warm-Up - September 28, 2019

September 28, 2019

By Matt LaRochelle/

It’s time for another weekend of hockey in the Eastern Hockey Federation.
Here are some things to watch for the weekend of September 27-29, 2019.

U14 Division

  • Connecticut Jr. Huskies vs Boston Jr. Eagles (Sept. 29 – Boston Sports Institute)

The Jr. Eagles get their 2019-20 EHF season underway by welcoming the Jr. Huskies (1-1-0, 2 Pts) to the Boston Sports Institute.

2006 – Bantam Minor

  • Islanders H.C. vs Boston Jr. Eagles (Sept. 28 – Warrior Ice Arena)

At 4-0-0, the Islanders (8 Pts) and Jr. Eagles (8 Pts) are the last two teams in the ’06 division without a loss or a tie; that will change following Saturday’s matchup at Warrior Ice Arena. In addition to having matching records, both teams have surrendered a division-low three goals.

2007 – Pee Wee Major

  • Minuteman Flames vs Boston Bandits (Sept. 28 – Bridgewater Arena)

    • Game 1 – 11:40 a.m.

    • Game 2 – 2:40 p.m.

  • South Shore Kings vs Boston Bandits (Sept. 29 – Bridgewater Arena)

Another team at 4-0-0, the Bandits (8 Pts) look to remain undefeated with a three-game weekend at home. Their challenge will come Saturday when they welcome the Minuteman Flames (3-1-0, 6 Pts) to Bridgewater.

U16 (Half-Season) – Group 1

  • Boston Bandits vs Boch Blazers (Sept. 28 – Boch Ice Center)

For the Bandits (5-2-0, 10 Pts) and Blazers (4-0-1, 9 Pts) this weekend sees the group’s top-two battle it out. In addition to being the home team, Boch has the advantage going into Saturday with the group’s best goal differential at +15.

U15 (Half-Season)

  • Minuteman Flames (G) vs North Shore Shamrocks (Sept. 28 – Allied Veterans Rink)

Not only did the Shamrocks (5-0-0, 10 Pts) maintain their undefeated record last weekend, they also held their opponents scoreless in back-to-back games. They will be tested on Saturday when they take on a Minuteman squad (3-1-0, 6 Pts) that have scored 26 goals through their first four games.

2006 – Bantam Minor

  • Palmyra Black Knights vs Philadelphia Hockey Club (Sept. 29 – Holydell Ice Arena)

Philadelphia has taken advantage of a five-game homestand to open the season, going 4-0-0 as of Sept. 28. PHC will look to wrap up an undefeated September as they host an unbeaten Palmyra squad (2-0-0, 4 Pts).

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