This past weekend an EHL All Star team spent the weekend touring college campuses and had the unique opportunity of playing two Nationally Ranked Div III College Hockey Teams. Niks Krollis, Kyler Harding, Jake Adkins and Wiggle Kerbrat represented the EHL and the NH Avalanche in the weekend events. On Friday the team faced off against Plymouth State and on Saturday the EHL All-Stars headed up to UMass Boston to take on the Beacons. The EHL NH Avalanche has four players representing the Avs and Head Coach Chris Cerrella served as the teams Head Coach and were happy to be a part of this great opportunity. "This was a special event and no other league out there does it. Our players were able to tour Southern New Hampshire, Curry College and play games against Plymouth and Umass Boston. It shows that our league and teams go to great lengths to get our players exposure and we continue to prove we are by far the best pipeline to Div III college hockey. We have cornered the market and this event is a great way to show players out there that the EHL is the best place to play on the East Coast hands down," said Head Coach Chris Cerrella.
Friday the EHL All-Stars skated to a 3-1 loss against Plymouth State who scored the third goal which was an empty netter with a few minutes remaining in the third period. Saturday was a back and fourth game against Umass Boston that ended in an 8-5 loss, the game was 4-4 after the second period. Both games featured multiple EHL alumni which made the event even more special not only for the EHL and their players but also for the Colleges and their players who developed in the EHL. The league has already begun scheduling next seasons event as it was a success again this season.