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Wizards Set to Take on Warriors

02/23/2018, 9:00am EST
By Cam Brochu - EHL Intern

EHL Team Eyes Regular Season Sweep

BEDFORD, MA -- The Wizards will travel to the Haverhill Valley Forum this afternoon to cap off their regular season series with the Valley Jr. Warriors. With only four games remaining on the schedule, the Wizards have locked up the #4 seed in the North Conference and will be facing-off against the Vermont Lumberjacks in the First Round of the EHL playoffs.

"We're looking forward to today's game," said Wizards head coach and general manager Freddy Meyer. "Kory [Falite] and I are stressing the need to stay hungry here, even with nothing on the line in terms of playoff seeding. We need to remain focused right throw the final game of the regular season."


The Wizards have previously beaten the Warriors three times this season, including a 5-3 win in the most recent matchup between the two teams. The 15-29-3 Warriors are still fighting for the 6th and final playoff spot in the North Conference, and are fresh off a win against the 1st place New Hampshire Avalanche. The puck drop is scheduled for 12:20pm in Haverhill where the Wizards will look to keep building momentum as we head towards the postseason.

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Wizards Fall to Rangers 6-4

02/22/2018, 9:00am EST
By Cam Brochu - EHL Intern

Panzeca and Schuett Extend Point Streaks to 18 Games

BEDFORD, MA -- The Wizards traveled to the Breakaway Ice Center on Wednesday to cap off their regular season series with the Boston Jr. Rangers. Unfortunately, the Wizards fell to the Rangers in a hard fought battle and ended the season with a 3-3-0 record against their division rival. Regardless of the loss the Wizards stay right where they're at in 4th place in the North Conference.

"That was a good battle yesterday," said Wizards head coach and general manager Freddy Meyer. "With it already set in stone who are are going to face in the playoffs, we have to just keep building up the momentum until we get there.

After the Rangesr took an early lead, Brandon Turer tied up the game at one goal apiece near the eight-minute mark of the 1st period. Devin Panzeca then extended his point streak out to 18 games with a tally in the last minute of the frame to give the Wizards a one-goal advantage at the break. The Rangers tied up the game around halfway through the 2nd period, but Trent Pitser put the Wizards back ahead just before the six-minute mark of the frame. However, the Rangers would score the next 3 goals of the game to take a 5-3 lead. Dylan Schuett waited until the final minute of the third period to extend his point streak to 18 games with a goal to make it a 5-4 content. The Rangers would then tack on an empty-netter just seven seconds later and went on to win the game by a 6-4 final. Korbinian Lutz stopped 25 saves in the losing effort.

The Wizards will get back to work with a road game against the Valley Jr. Warriors tomorrow afternoon. 

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Wizards Wrap-Up Season Series with Rangers

02/20/2018, 9:00am EST
By Cam Brochu - Wizards Intern

EHL Team Battles Division Rival for Final Regular Season Matchup

BEDFORD, MA -- The Wizards will travel to the Breakaway Ice Center on Wednesday to cap off their regular season series with the Boston Jr. Rangers. The boys are 3-2-0 against the 1st place Rangers this year and won the last matchup between the two teams at the end of January by a 4-2 score. Going into Wednesday’s game, the Wizards sit in 3rd place in the Boston Division (4th in the North Conference) with a 26-17-2 record and five regular season games remaining. The Wizards have officially locked in the 4th seed and will be facing the #5 Vermont Lumberjacks in the First Round of the playoffs.

The Rangers on the other hand, sit in 1st place in the Boston Division with 71 points and are fresh off a weekend sweep of the Lumberjacks. Wednesday’s game is scheduled for a 12:00pm puck drop in Tewksbury, a place where the Wizards have already won twice this season.

"It's nice knowing what exactly lies ahead," said Wizards head coach and general manager Freddy Meyer. "We are excited to take on the Lumberjacks in the First Round, but we have a lot of work to do before then. The goal is to head into that series playing the best hockey that we've played all season long. This starts with today's game against the Rangers."

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