09/26/2016, 4:00pm EDT
By Neil Ravin - Director of PR & Social Media, Eastern Hockey League
This week, the EHL is pleased to announce Ryan Dunner (Hartford Jr. Wolfpack), Cody Murch (Philadelphia Jr. Flyers), andRichard McCartney (Philadelphia Revolution) as the EHL Stars of the Week.
Also, this week's Premier Team of the Week is the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers.
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Dunner and the Wolfpack won both of their games this past weekend, outscoring their opponents 7-1. The Wolfpack sit atop the Central Division standings with a perfect 3-0-0 record.
- Friday, September 23rd ::: Wolfpack 4 - Cyclones 0 ::: (0g, 4a, 4p)
- Saturday, September 24th ::: Wolfpack 3 - Wolves 1 ::: (1g, 1a, 2p)
Murch and the Jr. Flyers won all 3 of their games this past weekend, outscoring their opponents 9-2. The 6'5" netminder was in net for 2 of the 3 wins, including the shutout victory on Sunday.
- Friday, September 23rd ::: Jr. Flyers 5 - Wizards 2 ::: (33 saves)
- Sunday, September 25th ::: Jr. Flyers 1 - Express 0 ::: (21 saves)
McCartney and the Revolution maintained their lead in the league standings by winning both of their games this past weekend. The Revolution sit at the top with a record of 5-0-1, which is good for 11 of 12 points in their first 6 games.
- Saturday, September 24th ::: Revolution 5 - Warriors 2 ::: (0g, 1a, 1p)
- Sunday, September 25th ::: Revolution 4 - Wizards 1 ::: (2g, 1a, 3p)
PREMIER TEAM OF THE WEEK
The Philadelphia Jr. Flyers were the last Premier Division team to kick-off their season, and they did so in grand fashion this past weekend. The Jr. Flyers won all three of their games, two of them by way of the shutout.
- Friday, September 23rd ::: Jr. Flyers 5 - Wizards 2
- Saturday, September 24th ::: Jr. Flyers 3 - Wizards 0
- Sunday, September 25th ::: Jr. Flyers 1 - Express 0