EJHL

AcronymDefinition
EJHLEastern Junior Hockey League
EJHLEuropean Journal of Health Law
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A 6-foot-2, 190-pound defenseman, Doherty had 4-14-18 totals last season while being named an EJHL All-Star.
He was voted the best forward on his team in the EJHL All-Star game this year.
I think I might go to a prep school or I might play another year of juniors," said White, who still has two years of eligibility remaining in the EJHL and is applying to prep schools.
The ages in the EJHL range from 15 to 20, but the oldest player on White's team is 19.
Since the EJHL Huskies play their games in Tyngsboro, very few people outside of their immediate families and circle of friends have seen them play.
Nevin, meanwhile, is still earning his stripes with the EJHL Huskies after starring for the Empire Huskies the past two seasons.
The Huskies, like many EJHL teams, have SAT prep courses and academic tutoring, and the constant travel and demanding practice and game schedules teach the players about organizing and planning their time, dedication to a goal, and other important life skills.
communities are skating for the Huskies and Bruins entries in the top-flight EJHL (ages 16-20) and the Empire League, a sort of feeder system for the 14- to 17-year-old set.
Phil Ginand of Milford will play in the EJHL all-star game in Saturday.