The Premier Hockey League of New England (PHLNE)
Adds Five New Programs
New teams to begin league play for 2017-2018 season
Boston, Mass. – The Premier Hockey League of New England (PHL) announced today that it has officially added five new programs. The Mass Bay Chiefs, North Suburban Wings, Greater Boston Vipers, Worcester Junior Crusaders, and Boch Blazers will commence league play for the 2017-2018 season. Since being founded in 2004, the PHL has experienced tremendous growth while representing some of the top Midget and Youth Hockey programs from the region. The PHL is now comprised of more than 200 teams from 32 different hockey organizations solidifying itself as one of the largest youth hockey leagues in New England.
PHL President, Mike Bonish, states, "We are excited to welcome these programs into our league next season!" "All of these Organizations are guided by a core mission to provide a positive environment to its players and families which will fall in line with our league mission. ALL of The Premier Organizations are committed to the development of every player and a training program that is focused on Skill Progression, Player Development and Competitive Play."
“We are committed to becoming the first league that will develop a real balance in the level of play that will further the positive development of EVERY Player.” Mike Bonish added.