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U-12 AAA Selects

Tournament Play 2019-2020
2019-2020 x Tournament Play

2019-20 Tournaments

1) Boston Breakout Super Series- Sept. 6-8, 2019 

2) New England Fall Classic- November 29, Dec. 1, 2019 at New England Sports Center

3) Green Mountain Avalanche- Feb 28- March 1, 2020 at Jay Peak

Recent U-12 AAA Selects News

Wolves Full Season Team Review 2019-20

03/21/2020, 7:45am EDT
By Staff Reports

By the Numbers...

A look back on the 2019-20 Wolves Full Season (EHL, EHLP, U16, U14) teams, by the numbers..

Team Numbers

* Combined 93-45-11.  a 62% Winning Percentage

* All 4 Teams spent at least one week in First Place in their respective leagues

* 4 Playoff Teams (EHL/ EHLP/ NEPHL/ UT1HL)

* 2 Teams (U14 & U16) entered the playoffs in the NEPHL as the Number 1 seed

* 8 Players (and counting) headed onto College Hockey in Fall 2020

* 5 Alumni appeared/ played in Professional games in Europe

Individual Accomplishments

* 4 Members of the Jr teams recieved All Conference or League Honors

* 5 Members of the Jr Teams (EHL or EHLP) were finalists for Post- Season Awards (Forward of the Year, MVP, Defenseman of the Year, Goalie of the Year, Coach of the Year)

* Jack Loran & DJ Schwenke tied for 4th in EHL Goal Scoring

* Ricards Jelenskis (3rd in EHLP pts) & Herbert Zeibots (4th in EHLP pts)

* Carson Gates - 4th in EHLP Wins

* Skyler Coard- 4th in EHLP Save Percentage

Community Service

* 1000 man hours dedicated to Volunteering in the Lakes Region of NH

* 25k raised for the Cure Starts Now at the JBT Benefit Game (January 25, 2020)

* 5 Benefit Games- NH Humane Society Game, JBT Benefit, Lakers Mites on Ice, First Responders Games

Great job Wolves 2019-20!  We thank all of our fans, players, parents, supporters, sponsors, coaches, league staff, officials, and much more for all their assistance in making 2019-20 one of our best years yet!

Congratulations to the Wolves EHL & EHLP ACHA Commits

03/20/2020, 9:00am EDT
By Staff Reports

The Wolves would like to wish the following EHL and EHLP Jr players who will be headed to ACHA hockey next season:

DJ Schwenke (F) - Liberty University (ACHA D1)

Noah Wirth (F) - Keene State College (ACHA DII)

Ryan Fueg (G) - New York University (ACHA D1)

Isaac Espinosa (F) - Weber State University (ACHA D1)

Evan Hahn (D) - University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire (ACHA D1)

In 2019-20 both Liberty University (DJ Schwenke) and Keene State (Noah Wirth) were headed to ACHA Nationals (prior to the cancellation of the season) as both were ranked #2 in the nation in their respective conferences.

Ryan Fueg is headed to New York University (joining Jake Drucker- Wolves 2017-18) at one of America’s finest schools. It currently has the #6 ranked law school in America (according to US News and World Report).

Congratulations to these athletes for their outstanding contribution to the New England Wolves!  We wish them extremely well as they head off to school and continue their athletic and academic careers!  Go Wolves!!

Condon Commits to Worcester State

03/19/2020, 8:00am EDT
By Staff Reports

Tommy Condon, a 1999 Birth Year Forward from Merrick, NY, has committed to Worcester State University for the Fall of 2020.  Condon is a two year member of the Wolves EHL team, and was an Assistant Captain in the 2019-20 season.

2018-19  New England Wolves EHL 42   19  9  28  71   |              
2019-20  New England Wolves “A” EHL 44   15  16  31  25


"Coach Kunes identified Tommy at the 2018 USA Hockey Nationals while he was a member of the PAL U18 Islanders." commented GM Andrew Trimble. "Tommy is an excellent skater, with two way ability, who can fit in any locker room because of his character and intangibles.  The Wolves are very pleased and excited for his commitment to WSU."

“Tommy is a player who has improved tremendously in the past two seasons with us.  Great kid and an extremely hard worker who took advantage of all that our program has to offer.  We could't be happier for Tommy.” Said EHL Head Coach Tim Kunes.

Coach Tim Kunes counted on Condon for big minutes 5 on 5 and on the penalty kill. In two years in Laconia, Condon recorded 59 points, as the Wolves steadily improved on the ice, qualifying for the playoffs in 2019-20.

Congratulations Tommy and GO LANCERS!!