“We are thrilled to add these organizations to the EHL,” said EHL commissioner Joe Bertagna. “These are proven organizations overseen by solid hockey people, people who will contribute significantly to our league."
This set of new programs fit in seamlessly to the league's footprint, as the EHL will now have nine total teams combined between the states of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
As for the home venues for each new franchise, the Jr. Terriers will skate out of Canton SportsPlex,as their home venue.
Located in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States, the EHL will increase to 22 teams with the addition of this group of new franchises, which is the largest number of teams the league has ever fielded since its inception back in 2013. For the past six years, the EHL has finished as the leader in the Direct-To-College Advancement at the Division II and III levels. This past season alone, the EHL accounted for nearly 1 in every 5 freshmen on Division II and III rosters.
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Coach Cody Bio
Michigan Native Set to Lead New Program Next Fall
BOSTON, MA -- The Boston Jr. Terriers are pleased to announce that Cody Gonyeau has been named the first Head Coach in program history, as the team will begin their inaugural season in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) in September of 2023.
“Stepping into the Boston Jr Terriers hockey family is an absolute honor," said Gonyeau. "I’m excited for what is to come with this organization. We’re already building for next season and I’m confident we will put together a very competitive and hard working team. We’re lucky to be part of the Eastern Hockey League. There is a lot for us to look forward to!”
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