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10-08-2013, 05:31 PM
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A few recent commits. Dominic Trento (NJ Hitmen) to Umass-Amherst and Mike Laffin (NJ Hitmen) to Holy Cross

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10-15-2013, 07:50 PM
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Interesting that more players havent committed yet. Guess it is still early though.

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11-17-2013, 07:33 PM
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Thread has been dead for awhile..

Bruins, South Shore, Hitmen are no surprise the top teams. Flyers are a surprise 4th. Islanders I thought would do better in 5th. BSB, PAL, CT and PJP round out. Three Premier kids were ranked by NHL Central Scouting last week.

http://usphlprospects.blogspot.com/2...jr-bruins.html
http://usphlprospects.blogspot.com/2...-portland.html
http://usphlprospects.blogspot.com/2...-rankings.html

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Connecticut Yankees Premier played a two game non-league set with the Junior A New England Wolves out of NH this weekend. The Yanks won the first game badly though the shots were even and won the second game 4-3 despite being outshot 51-25

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11-22-2013, 11:48 AM
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Connecticut Yankees Premier played a two game non-league set with the Junior A New England Wolves out of NH this weekend. The Yanks won the first game badly though the shots were even and won the second game 4-3 despite being outshot 51-25
Yankees are the type of team that rarely outshoot opponents from what I've seen. Their shots of are greater quality and they don't just "throw pucks at the net" unlike teams like the Bruins and Hitmen.

Don't agree with the strategy but if it works it works.

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12-11-2013, 07:44 PM
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Hearing and seeing a lot of movement between the bottom teams in the league. Should be interesting to see what the second half of the season holds. Does anyone know what the playoff format will be? Will the top 8 make it or will it be a play-in for the last spot? Possibly 6 teams and the top two get a bye?

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12-16-2013, 10:15 PM
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commitments seem to be picking up quite a bit as the season roles on. it'll be interesting to see how many there will be by the time the season is over

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12-28-2013, 03:02 AM
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2013-2014 USPHL Season

No thread about the league but a debate in the EHL thread, figured I'd make my own here.

Jr. Bruins have looked absolutely dominant, which I guess is no surprise considering what a great organization they've had the last few years. Brian Bowen (95) has been impressive all year.

Seeing the D1 commits just between Islanders HC, Jr Bruins, and Jersey Hitmen is all you need to see which of the leagues on the east coast is the biggest and best right now. Excited for the future of the USPHL

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12-28-2013, 10:47 AM
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http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1456117

Agreed. I can't wait to see what the league is like in 2 years. I hope it can eventually compete with the USHL and move into markets like Lewiston, Danbury and other places with former minor-league hockey that can operate as free-to-play organizations relying on ticket sales to succeed.

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12-30-2013, 04:30 PM
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Players that at one time played in the AJHL that are now in the USPHL Premier Division...

Mike Laffin '95 (11-12 Jr. Wolfpack 0 pts in 4 gms) Currently: 31 pts in 25 gms w/ NJH
Trevor Gooch '94 (11-13 Little Flyers 66 pts in 67 gms) Currently: 28 pts in 23 gms w/ FE
Brian Bowen '95 (12-13 Cylcones 56 pts in 38 gms) Currently: 26 pts in 26 gms w/ BJB
Patrick Schule '94 (11-13 Bobcats 86 pts in 67 gms) Currently: 20 pts in 23 gms w/ NJH
Chris Makowski '95 (12-13 Bobcats 2 pts in 4 gms) Currently: 19 pts in 25 gms w/ PAL
Matt Volonnino '94 (10-13 Rockets 54 pts in 67 gms) Currently: 18 pts in 23 gms w/ NJH
Alex Paolo '93 (12-13 Knights 10 pts in 40 gms) Currently: 14 pts in 21 gms w/ PJP & SSK
Nick DiNicola '94 (10-12 Wolfpack 33 pts in 65 gms) Currently: 13 pts in 23 gms w/ CTY
Matt McMorrow '94 (11-12 Bobcats 35 pts in 29 gms) Currently: 11 pts in 25 gms w/ FE
Jimmy Mazza '94 (10-12 Bobcats 22 pts in 54 gms) Currently: 11 pts in 25 gms w/ PAL
Braeden Quast '93 (12-13 Express 5 pts in 34 gms) Currently: 9 pts in 22 gms w/ CTY
Gianni Paolo '96 (12-13 Knights 16 pts in 43 gms) Currently: 9 pts in 22 gms w/ PJP & SSK
Christopher Wallace '94 (11-13 Bobcats 85 pts in 70 gms) Currently: 8 pts in 16 gms w/ NJH & PAL
John Schiavo '94 (12-13 Bobcats 31 pts in 38 gms) Currently: 8 pts in 19 gms w/ PAL

Samuel Bernard '94 (12-13 Rangers 2.2 GAA, .936 in 23 gms) Currently: 3.1 GAA, .918 in 9 gms w/ PAL
David Lynch '93 (10-13 Bobcats 2.12 GAA, .926 in 51 gms) Currently: 7.31 GAA, .857 in 4 gms w/ PAL

Most of the players that came over from the AJ couldn't put up nearly the same numbers in the USPHL.

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12-31-2013, 06:04 AM
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Keep in mind that the players that played more than one season usually had something like 2 pts 20 GP in their first season so the PPG averages about 1 for their entire AJHL career

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Keep in mind that the players that played more than one season usually had something like 2 pts 20 GP in their first season so the PPG averages about 1 for their entire AJHL career
So these stats can even be a little misleading in favor of the AJ if I'm not mistaken?

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So these stats can even be a little misleading in favor of the AJ if I'm not mistaken?
Correct.

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01-07-2014, 07:53 PM
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Top 10 Uncommitted USPHL Players

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01-09-2014, 08:28 PM
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Jr. Bruins (Premier) Look To Continue Winning Ways In Second Half

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Good squad. If I had a team to root for to win the USPHL Championship, it would be the Jr. B's

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01-11-2014, 11:02 AM
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Hitmen Premier vs. USA U-18 Preview. Rooting for Hitmen in this one

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Have this game goin on FastHockey, glad they pushed up the time a bit! I'd love to see what the Hitmen could do in this one but I don't think they have anyone that can stop Eichel.

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01-11-2014, 04:51 PM
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Hitmen Lose 3-2. Recap

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So with all this talk about what the USPHL's future will be, specifically next season and being a fan-driven league, what do you think the footprint will be? I know the Jr. Pirates are trying to play in Lewiston next year which seats around 3,500. Johnstown has also been thrown out there as a possible expansion market.

Boston Jr. Bruins - New England Sports Center (1,000)
South Shore Kings - Foxboro Sports Center (350)
New Jersey Hitmen - Capital One Bank Ice Vault (1,500)
Philadelphia Flyers - Flyers Skate Zone Voorhees (500)
Islanders Hockey Club - J. Thom Lawler Rink (2,500)
PAL Jr. Islanders - Nassau Coliseum (17,000)
Bay State Breakers - The Bog Ice Arena (350)
Portland Jr. Pirates - Androscoggin Bank Colisee (3,000)
Connecticut Yankees - Rink at Chelsea Piers (350)

Other Markets
Johnstown, PA - Cambria County War Memorial (4,000)
Danbury, CT - Danbury Ice Arena (2,500)
Trenton, NJ - Sun National Bank Center (8,000)

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I wouldn't be surprised if the PAL Jr. Islanders decide to move to the Ferraro Bros Center on Long Island once that opens up. I think the bigger rink there is supposed to be able to seat a few hundred. Considering I saw a preseason OHL game in Mississauga at a 500 seat arena and it wasn't sold out I can't imagine much more than 3 would be needed for this.

I'm also curious about expansion in the next few years once the Kingsbridge Arena opens in the Bronx. I know for a fact they're looking at bringing a high-level junior team in, but I don't know if it would make sense for the USHL unless they go for that full-on expansion to the northeast people have been talking about forever. I feel like there will likely be a USPHL team playing there in a few years.

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I wonder if any teams will move to the rink that Mark Messier is building by Yankee Stadium in the next year or two. I think it will be very good exposure for a team if they were able to get into that rink in the years coming.

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JuniorHockey.com talks with New Jersey Hitmen GM after USNTDP Game. Good read

http://www.juniorhockey.com/news/new...?news_id=81321

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The NHL Central Scouting Bureau has ranked three USPHL players in the Midterm rankings for the NHL 2014 Entry Draft, along with one USPHL alum that is now playing on the U-18 USA team. http://usphl.com/team-news/four-usph...ntral-scouting

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JuniorHockey.com talks with New Jersey Hitmen GM after USNTDP Game. Good read

http://www.juniorhockey.com/news/new...?news_id=81321
Haha, hate posting my own articles on here but thank you for that!

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