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Revolution downs EHL Jr. Flyers 3 – 1

Revolution down EHL Jr. Flyers 3 – 1

By Jr. Flyers Marketing 12/04/2019, 7:30pm EST

The Philadelphia Revolution defeated the EHL Jr. Flyers 3 – 1 in matinee action today at Ice Line. It was the first time in three tries this season that the Revolution had defeated the Jr. Flyers.

Just 6:04 into the opening period, the Revolution’s Anthony Bench was called for slashing to give the Jr. Flyers the man advantage. Twenty-five seconds later Anton Martino gave the home team the early 1 – 0 lead. After Shane Ward’s shot went wide, Martino picked up the loose puck at the near side faceoff circle. Martino sent the puck back to John McCuen at the point. McCuen passed it over to Justin Brown on his left who immediately passed it down low to Billy McDevitt. The Jr. Flyers co-captain sent a pass out front to Martino who one-timed it past Revolution netminder Duncan Nichols-Delay for his second goal of the season.

With 9:44 remaining in the second period, McCuen was called for hooking to put the Revolution on the power play. A minute later Brayden Patricia knotted the score. After the Revolution couldn’t convert on a 2-on-0, Saava Smirnov brought the puck back into the Jr. Flyers zone and when towards the net. As he got down low to the right of Jr. Flyers goalie Aron Hansson, Smirnov sent the puck out front to Patricia who was stopped by Hansson but the puck laid on the goal line and Patricia knocked it in the net to tie the game at one.

After the Jr. Flyers won the draw deep inside their own zone, the puck went to center ice where it was picked up by the Revolution’s George Boyle. Boyle backhanded a bounce pass off the far side boards to Carter Jones who entered the Jr. Flyers zone on a three-on-one.  As Jones got to the top of the circle, he passed the puck over to Bench on his right and Bench one-timed it past Hansson to give the Revolution a 2 – 1 lead with 6:18 left in the second.

With time running out in regulation, Hansson was pulled for the extra attacker. After the Revolution was the draw inside their own zone, the puck was picked up by Patricia at center ice. Patricia was going towards the net but was taken out by Jr. Flyers defenseman Jake Maley. After the puck was touched up, it was called an empty net goal since Patricia was in the clear and the officials felt the puck would have entered the Jr. Flyers net. It was Patricia’s second goal of the game to close out the scoring.

Hansson stopped 27 of 30 shots while Nichols-Delay stopped 29 of 30. Click here for the box score.

The Jr. Flyers next game will be on Saturday, December 7 at 8:00 PM when they host the Connecticut Roughriders.

Jr. Flyers announce Player of the Month for November 2019

Jr. Flyers announce Player of the Month for November 2019

By Jr. Flyers Marketing 12/03/2019, 12:00pm EST

The Philadelphia Jr. Flyers are pleased to announce the organization’s Player of the Month for November 2019. The Player of the Month is a monthly feature during the 2019-20 regular season that recognizes top performing players for the Peewee, Bantam and Midget levels. Only players that are recommended by their respective teams are considered for the Player of the Month award.

Pee Wee Major Player of the Month Hunter Haas (LW)

Coach Joe Moran reflected on his team's success in November, "These past few weeks have been great for our team, and it started with our crisp, energetic practices and that work ethic carried over into really well played games.  We have committed to team defense, and our goaltending has been very strong, which helped us to a 4-1-2 record over the month.  Every player on this team is focused and contributing to our success, without a doubt, but the player that really stood out to me in all of this success has been Hunter Haas, my choice for Jr. Flyers Player of the Month."

"Hunter has really matured this season, and each game I am watching a player that is seeing the ice and anticipating plays before they happen."  Coach Moran continued, "Hunter is really playing a selfless, team-oriented game.  He is blocking shots in the defensive zone.  He is making the right pass at the right time on all parts of the ice.  Most of all he's not giving up on plays, but rather he's bringing intensity and determination to each shift.  These are all key ingredients to his production as an offensive player, and that production showed up in a big way with Hunter recording 11 points (5G, 6A) over our seven games this month.  Three of his assists resulted in game winning goals, and he also notched a hat-trick versus a strong Team Maryland.  Simply put, he was a consistent presence in our games."  Coach Moran concluded, "Hunter had a month of individual highlights, for sure, but most encouraging to me is that, ultimately, Hunter's individual accomplishments are rooted in his commitment to his team, and to his teammates, to give them his full effort every time he hits the ice."  

Jr. Flyers announce Squirt Spotlights for week ending December 1

Jr. Flyers announce Squirt Spotlights for week ending December 1

By Jr. Flyers Marketing 12/02/2019, 6:00pm EST

The Philadelphia Jr. Flyers are pleased to announce the Squirt Spotlight for week ending December 1, 2019. Every week a player from the squirt major (‘09) and minor (‘10) teams will be featured. You’ll learn more about his favorite movie, food, sports team and more!

This week Jason Amer is featured.

Name: Jason Amer
Nickname:  Jay
Team: Squirt Major
Head Coach: Tyler Hostetter
Position: Forward
Shoots: Right
Grade & School: 4th, Folsom Elementary in Folsom, NJ
Favorite class in school: Math
Best part about playing hockey: Having fun and being with teammates
Favorite hockey player: Connor McDavid
Favorite hockey team: Edmonton Oilers
Favorite food: Mac & Cheese
Favorite movie: Lion King
Favorite song: Hall of Fame
Favorite sports team: Edmonton Oilers
Other sports played: Soccer
Career goal: Professional Hockey Player
Most famous person(s) met:
If you could meet one person who would it be: Connor McDavid
Hobbies: Video games and playing outside

Jr. Flyers Weekend Review – Nov 29 – Dec 1, 2019

Jr. Flyers Weekend Review – Nov 29 – Dec 1, 2019

By Jr. Flyers Marketing 12/02/2019, 11:00am EST

EHL Junior Flyers
No games scheduled

Midget 18U National Team
No games scheduled

Midget 16U National Team
No games scheduled

Midget 15 National Team
No games scheduled

Bantam Major – 2005 Team
No games scheduled

Bantam Minor – 2006 Team
11/29                   Syracuse Nationals                                        L: 3 - 0
11/29                   @ Quinte Red Devils                                     L: 4 - 0
11/30                   Markham Waxers                                          W: 4 - 2
11/30                   @ Toronto Marlboros                                   T: 1 - 1

Pee Wee Major – 2007 Team
No games scheduled

Pee Wee Minor – 2008 Team
No games scheduled

Squirt Major – 2009 Team
No games scheduled

Squirt Minor – 2010 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 19U T1 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 16U T1 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 14U T1 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 12U T1 Team
11/29                   Saugeen Maitland                                          L: 6 - 0
11/29                   Etobicoke Dolphins                                        L: 6 - 1
11/30                   Durham West                                                 W: 3 - 1
11/30                   Durham West                                                 L: 3 - 1

Girls 10U T1 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 19UAA T2 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 16AA-Black (Elite) T2 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 16UAA-White T2 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 16UA T2 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 14AA-Black (Elite)T2 Team
No games scheduled                     

Girls 14UAA-White T2 Team
11/29                   Central York                                                    T: 1 - 1
11/30                   Sara-Placid Lakers                                          W: 4 - 0
12/1                      @ Can/Am Lake Placid Tournament          L: 2 - 1
 

Girls 14UA T2 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 12UAA T2 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 12UA T2 Team
No games scheduled

Girls 10UA T2 Team
No games scheduled

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