BEDFORD, MA -- The East Coast Wizards are back home, and preparing for a home-and-home series with the Seacoast Spartans. The Wizards will enter the front end of that two-game set with a record of 5-7-0 for the season. It's been an up and down start to the year for the Wizards, and it was truly proven this past week, as the team followed a loss-win-loss-win pattern in the four games that they played.
"This past week is really our season so far in a nutshell," said Wizards head coach and general manager Freddy Meyer. "Every year has many ups and downs that you grow from as a team, and this year's group is doing the same. We just need to make sure we are continuing to improve each and every day, and then the victories will start to pile up."
Meyer is big on taking things one step at a time, and all he wants his team to focus on right now is what's in front of them, and that's two games with the Spartans. Forget the past, as well as what lies ahead, and just focus on the two games standing between his team and the All-Star Break.
"We've had a few injuries that've impacted our lineup so far this year, and that's why next week's break really falls at the perfect time for our group," added Meyer. "Now our goal should simply be to enter that break with momentum on our side."
It's a busy time in the EHL right now, so be sure to stay tuned as the league gets set to announce the roster for the 2019 All-Star Team.
Always remember that if you can't make it to a game, you can catch the action live on HockeyTV. Also, be sure to follow the Wizards on Twitter, for updates throughout the season.