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EHL announces 2022 South All-Star team to face off with NCAA D-III Lebanon Valley College


The Eastern Hockey League (EHL) has announced the roster for the 2022 South All-Star Team that will be taking on Lebanon Valley College on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.

This exhibition matchup is a new addition to the EHL All-Star College Series, which has grown since its inception back in 2017.

“I was very excited when Don (Parsons) reached out with the idea for this additional exhibition matchup,” said EHL associate commissioner Neil Ravin. “I’ve said it before, and I will say it again, when it comes to these games, they’re truly special because our players get the chance to play college hockey right now, while they’re still developing at the junior hockey level. The response we’ve received over this annual event (EHL All-Star College Series) from the NCAA Division II and III community has been amazing, and it’s led to this type of growth, where we can add in additional matchups based off of the different regions of our footprint.”

This weekend’s South Division roster includes at least five players from all five teams — New Jersey 87’s, Philadelphia Hockey Club, Philadelphia Little Flyers, Protec Jr. Ducks, and Team Maryland.

Leading the All-Stars behind the bench at LVC will be Terry Watt from the Ducks and Josh Fusco from Maryland.

Below is the roster for the 2022 South All-Star team.

The exhibition matchup will be streamed live on

#9 — TJ Avellino (Team Maryland)
#12 — Ethan Byrne (Philadelphia Hockey Club)
#8 — Caleb Cathcart (Philadelphia Little Flyers)
#18 — Elijah Clow (Philadelphia Hockey Club)
#20 — Tristan D’Elia (Philadelphia Little Flyers)
#19 — Patrick DeMarinis (New Jersey 87’s)
#15 — Kyle Folkerson (New Jersey 87’s)
#16 — Jack Ford (Philadelphia Little Flyers)
#10 — Nick Hebert (Protec Jr. Ducks)
#13 — Tyler Hissong (Team Maryland)
#11 — Koby Howat (Philadelphia Little Flyers)
#14 — Tanner Kontir (Protec Jr. Ducks)
#17 — Graeme MacDougall (Philadelphia Little Flyers)
#21 — Quinn Murphy (Philadelphia Hockey Club)
#22 — Tommy Tracy (Team Maryland)

#7 — Todd Branish (New Jersey 87’s)
#23 — Jacob Gates (Protec Jr. Ducks)
#2 — Devon Jolley (Team Maryland)
#24 — Andrii Levtukhov (Philadelphia Hockey Club)
#4 — Ian Lindberg (New Jersey 87’s)
#6 — Tommy Madden (Philadelphia Hockey Club)
#3 — Julian Wainwright (Protec Jr. Ducks)
#5 — Hayden Watson (New Jersey 87’s)

#31 — Lincoln Crosby (Team Maryland)
#30 — Louis Finnegan (Philadelphia Little Flyers)
#1 — Alexis Giroux (Protec Jr. Ducks)

— EHL Staff

(October 18, 2022)

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