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United States Premier Hockey League

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United States Premier Hockey League

United States Premier Hockey League
Sport Ice Hockey
Founded 2012
No. of teams 35 organizations
Country  United States
Most titles Selects Academy (2)
Official website

The United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) is an USA Hockey.[1]


  • History 1
  • Member Teams 2
  • Champions 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


The league was originally founded as having three divisions (Premier, U18 and U16) but on June 6, 2013, it was announced that the USPHL would absorb the

  • Official USPHL Website
  • Official Empire Website
  • Official EJHL Website
  • Official EJHL South Website
  • Official USA Hockey Website

External links

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  2. ^
  3. ^


Year Premier Division Elite Division Empire Division U18 Division U16 Division U16F Division
2014 Boston Jr. Bruins Springfield Jr. Pics Florida Jr. Blades Selects Academy Selects Academy not competed


Team Location Division(s)
Adirondack Jr. Wings Troy, New York Empire, U16F
Atlanta Knights Marietta, Georgia Elite, Empire, U16F
Bay State Breakers Kingston, Massachusetts Premier, Elite, Empire, U18, U16, U16F
Boston Jr. Bruins Marlborough, Massachusetts Premier, Elite, Empire, U18, U16
Brewster Bulldogs Brewster, New York Empire
Connetitcut Jr Rangers Stamford, Connecticut Premier, U18, U16
East Coast Eagles Wake Forest, North Carolina Elite, Empire, U16F
Florida Eels Fort Myers, Florida Elite, Empire, U16F
Florida Jr. Everblades Estero, Florida Empire, U16F
Frederick Freeze Frederick, Maryland Empire
Hampton Roads Whalers Chesapeake, Virginia Elite, Empire
Islanders Hockey Club Tyngsborough, Massachusetts Premier, Elite, Empire, U18, U16, U16F
Jersey Hitmen Wayne, New Jersey Premier, Elite, Empire, U18, U16, U16F
Jersey Shore Whalers Brick, New Jersey Empire
Jersey Wildcats Randolph, New Jersey Empire
New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs Hooksett, New Hampshire Elite, U18, U16, U16F
New York Aviators Brooklyn, New York Empire, U16F
P.A.L. Jr. Islanders Hauppauge, New York Premier, Empire, U18, U16, U16F
Palm Beach Hawks Lake Worth, Florida Elite, Empire
Philadelphia Flyers Elite Voorhees, New Jersey Premier
Portland Jr. Pirates Saco, Maine Premier, Elite, U18
Potomac Patriots Woodbridge, Virginia Elite, Empire, U16F
Providence Capitals Manville, Rhode Island Elite, U16
Richmond Generals Richmond, Virginia Elite, Empire
Rochester Jr. Americans Rochester, New York Premier, U18, U16F, Empire
Selects Academy South Kent, Connecticut U18, U16
Skipjacks Hockey York, Pennsylvania U18, U16
South Shore Kings Foxboro, Massachusetts Premier, Elite, Empire, U18, U16
Roswell Bulldogs Rockledge, Florida Elite
Springfield Pics West Springfield, Massachusetts Premier, Empire, U18, U16
Syracuse Stars Cicero, New York Elite, Empire, U18, U16
Tampa Bay Juniors Tampa, Florida Elite, Empire
Team Comcast Pennsauken, New Jersey U18, U16
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights Pittston, Pennsylvania U18, U16
. Estero, Florida to Portland, MaineThe USPHL consists of Premier, Elite, Empire, U18 U16 and U16 Futures divisions with 35 organizations scattered along the East Coast spanning from

Member Teams

During the 2014 off-season the USPHL lost the New York Applecore (empire) but added the Providence Capitals (Elite & U16), Jersey Shore Whalers (Empire), and the Richmond Generals (Elite, Empire) organizations to increase the total number of organizations to 35 headed into the 2014-15 season.

On March 7, 2014, the USPHL announced the formation of the U16 Futures (U16F) Division.[3] The division is guided for players who aspire to play midget hockey but are not yet ready for the U16 Division. Eleven organizations field teams in the U16F Division for the 2014-15 season.


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