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2017 AYHL All-Star Saturday Recap

Release Date : 01/29/2017

HAMDEN, CT – The 2017 Atlantic Youth Hockey League All-Star Games were held at the Northford Pavilion at the TD Bank Sports Center on the campus of Quinnipiac University Saturday.

Games were held at the 15-Pure, Midget 16 and Midget 18 levels under the watchful eyes of parents, friends, and scouts from several Division I programs and prep schools. The game at 15-Pure was a new addition to the All-Star Saturday after the league adopted the division last spring.

“It was great to see the league’s top talent in its most prestigious levels on display this weekend,” said AYHL commissioner Gene Palecco.
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The AYHL Week 18 National Rnakings

Release Date : 01/26/2017

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – MyHockeyRankings.com published its weekly national rankings Wednesday, and 125 Atlantic Youth Hockey League teams were ranked, along with teams around the country across nine divisions, in the eighteenth published rankings of the 2016-17 regular season. The two AYHL teams that remain unranked do not meet the criteria to be ranked by the publication.

Thirty AYHL teams placed in the top-25 in their respective divisions, with 14 placing among the top-ten teams, including seven in the top-five. The Philadelphia Little Flyers ended the review period with the number one ranking at Pee Wee Minor for the seventh consecutive week and the North Jersey Avalanche returned to the top spot at Midget 18U.

Additionally, the New Jersey Colonials (Pee Wee Minor) held onto the second ranking at Pee Wee Minor for the sixth straight week and the North Jersey Avalanche remain ranked second at 15U.
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Alexandros Gaffney commits to Harvard

Release Date : 01/24/2017

WEST ORANGE, NJ – The Atlantic Youth Hockey League and the New Jersey Colonials are pleased to announce that Bantam Major forward Alexandros Gaffney (West Orange, N.J.) has committed to Harvard University for the 2020-21 season.

“Alexandros is one of the hardest working players I have ever coached,” said head coach Noel Rubin. “With his blend of skill, speed, scoring ability, and work ethic, he will be a perfect fit for Harvard.”
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The AYHL Week Seventeen National Rankings

Release Date : 01/23/2017

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – MyHockeyRankings.com published its weekly national rankings Wednesday, and 125 Atlantic Youth Hockey League teams were ranked, along with teams around the country across nine divisions, in the seventeenth published rankings of the 2016-17 regular season. The two AYHL teams that remain unranked do not meet the criteria to be ranked by the publication.

Thirty AYHL teams placed in the top-25 in their respective divisions, with 14 placing among the top-ten teams, including seven in the top-five. The Philadelphia Little Flyers ended the review period with the number one ranking at Pee Wee Minor for the sixth consecutive week.

Additionally, the New Jersey Colonials (Pee Wee Minor) held onto the second ranking at Pee Wee Minor for the sixth straight week and the North Jersey Avalanche remain at the second position at Midget 18U and return to the second spot at 15U.
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The AYHL week sixteen national rankings

Release Date : 01/15/2017

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – MyHockeyRankings.com published its weekly national rankings Wednesday, and 125 Atlantic Youth Hockey League teams were ranked, along with teams around the country across nine divisions, in the sixteenth published rankings of the 2016-17 regular season. The two AYHL teams that remain unranked do not meet the criteria to be ranked by the publication.

Thirty AYHL teams placed in the top-25 in their respective divisions, with 15 placing among the top-ten teams, including seven in the top-five. The Philadelphia Little Flyers ended the review period with the number one ranking at Pee Wee Minor for the fifth consecutive week.

Additionally, the New Jersey Colonials (Pee Wee Minor) held onto the second ranking at Pee Wee Minor for the fifth straight week and after spending 15 consecutive weeks in the top spot at Midget 18U, the North Jersey Avalanche fell to the second spot after Shattuck-St. Mary’s went 1-0-1 with No. 9 Chicago Mission to move into the number one ranking.
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