The EMHL is the home of competitive teams from the 12 great youth hockey programs featured on this website, with 2013-2014 as its inaugural season. The EMHL is an opportunity for the accomplished youth hockey player to experience great competition, a robust, stable game schedule and minimized travel, while improving his/her hockey skills.
The EMHL consists of six divisions, with 12 teams in each division at the Mite, Squirt Minor, Squirt Major, Pee Wee Minor, Pee Wee Major and Bantam levels. The twelve teams in each division will be divided into two 6 team subdivisions, the EMHL South, and the EMHL North, to minimize the travel. Each team will play the other 5 teams in its division 4 times, and each team in the other division twice, for a total of 32 round robin games. All games will count in the standings, and each team will have to travel to the other division teams only once each season.
There will be playoffs within each subdivision, with one or more teams advancing from these playoffs to the EMHL Championships for each division.
The EMHL offers it all!
- Great Hockey Development and Competition
- Minimum Travel
- Known Game Schedules Published Online From the Beginning of the Season
- Online Game Results and Standings Weekly
- Great Playoffs
For more information on the individual teams and their player openings, please contact the programs by clicking on the Contact page. You can also go to the program website by clicking on their logo.
NORTHERN HOME RINK
Top Gun Hockey Icenter, Salem, NH
Islanders Hockey Skate 3, Tyngsboro
Minuteman Flames New England Sports Center, Marlboro
New England Bull Dogs Janas Arena, Lowell
New England Jr. Falcons Enfield Twin Rinks, CT
New England Predators Haverhill Valley Forum
SOUTHERN HOME RINK
Bay State Breakers The Bog, Kingston
Boston Bandits Bridgewater Ice Arena
Edgewood Hawks Providence College
Global Hockey Mark Bavis Arena, Rockland
Mass Mustangs CDL Arena, Raynham
South Shore Conquistadors Pilgrim Arena, Hingham