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EHL announces 2022 All-Star Team that will play NCAA D-III Nazareth, SUNY Brockport in New York


The Eastern Hockey League (EHL) has announced the roster for the 2022 All-Star Team that will be taking on Nazareth College and SUNY Brockport next week in New York.

This season marks the fifth time that the EHL will be facing off against an NCAA opponent, as the #EShow is the only junior league in the United States that features this unique opportunity.

“As I like to say every season, this is one of my favorite weeks of the year,” said Neil Ravin, the associate commissioner of the EHL. “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 from the NCAA Division II and III community has been amazing, and I hear from so many people about how the dates are always circled on the calendar.”

This year’s roster features at least one individual from every team, along with a nice mixture of new and veteran players in the league.

At the foundation of the team, there are two players competing in the EHL All-Star College Series for the second straight year.

Team EHL will undoubtedly lean on Stefan Kulhanek (Railers Jr. Hockey Club) and Dom Metro (Valley Jr. Warriors) for leadership, as the group prepares for this year’s matchups.

Below you’ll find the roster for the 2022 EHL All-Star team. This year’s team will be led by Adam Houli (New Jersey 87’s) serving as the head coach, with Sean Bertoni (Railers Jr. Hockey Club) and Tim Kunes (New England Wolves) acting as the assistant coaches.


#19 — Graham Broadfoot (Protec Jr. Ducks)
#15 — Victor Daigneault (Vermont Lumberjacks)
#17 — Dallas D’Amato (Connecticut RoughRiders)
#12 — Ryan Deschamps (HC Rhode Island)
#22 — Aleks Gamzatov (New Jersey 87’s)
#9 — Edijs Grigorjevs (New England Wolves)
#21 — Joseph Harrison (New York Apple Core)
#16 — Chris Hibson (New Hampshire Avalanche)
#11 — Christian Howanitz (Express Hockey Club)
#8 — George Kolovos (East Coast Wizards)
#20 — Charles Lavoie (New Jersey 87’s)
#10 — Ethan Lim (Connecticut Chiefs)
#13 — Kenny Maxwell (Seacoast Spartans)
#18 — William Pray (Seacoast Spartans)
#14 — Hunter Rossi (Connecticut Chiefs)

#3 — Jackson Collard (Railers Jr. Hockey Club)
#24 — JJ Creighton (Team Maryland)
#5 — David Dell (Protec Jr. Ducks)
#23 — Shane Green (Philadelphia Little Flyers)
#6 — Adam Jubran (Seahawks Hockey Club)
#4 — Victor Malzahn (Boston Junior Rangers)
#7 — Dom Metro (Valley Jr. Warriors)
#2 — Nolan Wutzke (Philadelphia Hockey Club)

#1 — Jack Boschert (Express Hockey Club)
#30 — Trevor Joule (New England Wolves)
#31 — Stefan Kulhanek (Railers Jr. Hockey Club)

Team EHL will take on Nazareth College on Friday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m., followed by a matchup against SUNY Brockport on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 2 p.m.

Both exhibition matchups will be streamed live on

— EHL/EHLP Staff

(October 14, 2022)

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