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New England Wolves 2018-19 By the Numbers

05/06/2019, 6:45am EDT
By Staff Reports

Wolves 2018-19 By the Numbers...

* Junior Teams Using "Den of Development" Training Model:

+ Over 200 Hours of Practice Time per player on each JR Team (EHL & EHLP)

+ 80 Additional On- Ice Hours available through Volunteer & Optional Skill Sessions

+ 100 Hours of Workouts for the season including weekly Yoga, PiYo or Group Stretching sessions

+ 40 Hours + in the Video Classroom

+ 25 Hours of "Peak Performance Counseling" sessions with Dave Pollak

* JR Teams Community Service Initiative:

+ 1000 Man Hours dedicated to community service projects in the Lakes Region of NH

+ $30,000 raised for the Cure Starts Now Foundation at this years JBT Benefit Game

+ 50 kids per session (2 sessions- Fall & Winter) were taught how to skate by Wolves athletes with the Lakes Region Lakers Learn to Skate Program

+ 7 Charities- Wolves raised money for the Cure Starts Now, the Wounded Warrior Project, Laconia Fire, NH Humane Society, Zander Foundation, Lakes Region Mental Health Center, and the Laconia VFW.

* On Ice Success:

+ 2018 U14 NEPHL Elite Champions

+ 2018 NEPHL Midget Select Champions

+ 2018-19 EHLP Champions

+ EHL/ EHLP League Awards- 5 All Star Selections, EHL Rookie of the Year, EHLP Defenseman of the Year & EHLP Coach of the Year

+ EHL ranked in the top 10 in the league in Goals Per Game average and Penalty Killing

+ EHLP ranked in the top 3 in the league in Goals Per Game average, Penalty Killing, Short Handed Goals for, and Total team points.

+ 6 NCAA Commitments

+ 3 ACHA D1 Commitments

+ 4 Alumni in Professional Hockey 

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