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Davenport Commits to Assumption College

04/30/2018, 9:00am EDT
By Neil Ravin - Content Manager

EHL Veteran Set to Join Hounds this Fall

BEDFORD, MA -- The East Coast Wizards are pleased to announce that Chase Davenport has committed to Assumption College for the Fall of 2018. The '98 spent the past two seasons with the Wizards, tallying 16 total points in 93 career games in the EHL.

"Chase was a huge asset to our team over the past two seasons," said Wizards head coach and general manager Freddy Meyer. "He's the type of player that would do whatever was asked of him, whether that meant playing offense or defense. Chase was a leader for our group, and was by no doubt a huge factor in the steps that we've taken as a program. Kory and I can't wait to watch Chase continue to develop at Assumption."

As Meyer mentioned, Davenport bounced back and forth between offense and defense, but never let it make an impact on his overall play on the ice. The native of Princeton, MA was as reliable as any member of the Wizards, and he'll now join a program that has brought in nine different players from the EHL since the league was formed back in 2013. Davenport took some time to reflect and give his thanks to all those who helped him reach this point in his journey.

"I'm extremely glad that I decided to play for the Wizards, as I've learned so much and had an absolute blast in the process," said Davenport. "It's a wonderful place to play and it's been a huge part of my development. I'd like to thank Coach Freddy, Coach Kory, and Adrien for their support and guidance over the past two years. I'm looking forward to starting the next chapter of my career at Assumption College."

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Stoya Commits to Salem State

04/23/2018, 9:00am EDT
By Neil Ravin - Content Manager

EHL Defenseman Set to Join Vikings this Fall

BEDFORD, MA -- The East Coast Wizards are pleased to announce that Kevin Stoya has committed to Salem State University for the Fall of 2018. The '97 defenseman joined the Wizards in early December, and notched eight assists in 28 total games.

"Kevin is a physical force out on the ice," said Wizards head coach and general manager Freddy Meyer. "Of course being 6'4, he's hard to miss when he's out there, and his impact can be felt on each and every one of his shifts. Kory and I were very happy with the way Kevin bought in to our system on the very first day he arrived. His overall shooting and passing abilities improved tremendously during his time with us, and we only wish we had been able to bring him in earlier in the year."

As Meyer mentioned, Stoya is a big-body out on the blue line, at 6'4 and 220 pounds. The native of Lake George, NY truly uses his size to advantage, but also knows there's still more that he can develop and improve. All in all, Stoya is very happy that he chose to come to the Wizards in the middle of his final season of junior hockey. He took some time to reflect and give his thanks.

"I'd like to thank the Wizards for giving me a great environment to continue developing on and off the ice," said Stoya. "Being surrounded by Freddy, Kory, and a great group of guys, made it an awesome place to work hard everyday and work toward the goal of college hockey. I'd like to thank my family most importantly for their support over the three years of junior hockey, and all the programs and coaches that helped me develop. I'm looking forward to joining a strong team at Salem State this Fall."

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Marshall Commits to Southern New Hampshire

04/18/2018, 9:00am EDT
By Neil Ravin - Content Manager

EHL Goaltender Set to Join Penmen this Fall

BEDFORD, MA -- The East Coast Wizards are pleased to announce that Alec Marshall has committed to Southern New Hampshire University for the Fall of 2018. In his first and only season in the EHL, the '97 netminder owned a record of 10-4-0 to go along with a 3.04 GAA and two shutouts.

"We are very proud and happy for Alec on his commitment to SNHU," said Wizards head coach and general manager Freddy Meyer. "Coach Walsh is bringing in a player who works extremely hard both on and off the ice. Alec developed tremendously as the season progressed, and it showed in his overall statistics. Outside of  his regular goaltending responsibilities, Alec has phenomenal hands, and his three assists led all goaltenders in the EHL."

As Meyer mentioned, Marshall turned heads across the league with some of the passes he made up ice this past season. While only three of them led to goals, there were numerous other chances created by goaltender. The native of Nashua, NH gives a lot of credit to the Wizards for helping him reach the next step in his journey.

"Playing for the Wizards was one of the best experiences of my life," said Marshall. "Freddy and Kory have built a culture that promotes creativity, and they make it easy to get excited about coming to the rink everyday. In addition to their instruction on the ice, Adrian pushes his players off the ice to be better and better every day. The three of them, along with my teammates made it a year to remember, and I'm happy I had the opportunity to finish my junior career in Bedford. They all contributed to me fulfilling my dream of being a college hockey player. Outside of the Wizards program, I also have to thank all of my past coaches, family, and friends for guiding and supporting me along the way. Having said that, I'm excited to continue playing this great game for four more years while continuing my education at Southern New Hampshire University!"

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