Boston, MA - This past week featured all 13 EHLP teams in action, ahead of the upcoming showcase at Breakaway Ice Center.
The week ahead includes a full slate of the games, and the 2nd showcase of the season. The next set of TSR Hockey Stars of the Week will be released on Wednesday, November 15th at 10:00am. Catch the EHLP action all season long on HockeyTV.
Larionovs has earned his spot as one of the top players in all of the EHLP, with yet another award. The forward was just recently named EHLP Forward of the Month at the end of October, and he continues to produce for the Rangers. This past week, Larionovs and the Rangers had a busy weekend with a slate of 3 total games, and they ended up winning all 3 of them. The native of Latvia had a total of 7 points on the weekend, including a hat trick on Sunday against the New Jersey 87s. The 2000 forward now has a team leading 23 points on the year, with 9 goals and 14 assists. Larionovs and the Rangers will look to keep their 4-game winning streak alive next week as they will travel to Haverhill to play the Vally Jr. Warriors on Friday, and go back home to host the second showcase of the year with games against the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers on Sunday and the New York Applecore on Monday.
Wright and the Wildcats, split their 2 matchups with the Valley Jr. Warriors this past weekend. The 2000 defensemen picked up 4 points in the 2 games, with a goal and 3 assists. Wright leads the entire team in points with 13 this season, as he has racked up 5 goals and 8 assists so far. Up next for the Wildcats are 3 games this weekend starting with a home matchup against the New York Applecore on Saturday. The squad will then travel up to Massachusetts for a pair of games against the Central Penn Panthers and Philadelphia Little Flyers in the second showcase of the season.
Profaci earned a shutout win in his only game of the week, as he stopped all 30 shots that he faced as the Wildcats beat the Valley Jr. Warriors 7-0 on Sunday. With the win, the '01 netminder is now 4-4-0 on the year, with a 3.21 GAA and a .928 save percentage. This is Profaci's second honor of the season, as he was also named selected a couple weeks ago (TSR Hockey Stars of the Week #7).