USPHL Adds the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs to Its
National Collegiate Development Conference
Boston, MA – The USPHL is proud to announce that the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs (“Monarchs”) will join its tuition free National Collegiate Development Conference (“NCDC”) for the 2018-2019 season. The Monarchs will join the current 11 USPHL Organizations operating the first East based tuition free junior league in the United States.
"We are elated to announce our advancement, and promotion to the NCDC. Our organization has a long-standing tradition of success and deep roots in Junior hockey here in the United States” says Head Coach and General Manager Ryan Frew. “The New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs brand is nationally known and recognized and we are proud to bring it to the USPHL's NCDC division. Our recent outreach to the international market has come with an overwhelming amount of success as well. We are now able to provide 23 players with the opportunity of a lifetime...to play tuition free hockey. This has been a longtime goal of mine, as well as our owner, Dr. Rick Vega. It's a really exciting time for us."
The Monarchs currently operate in the USPHL Premier and Elite Junior Divisions and 16U and 18U Midget Divisions. The Monarchs 2017/2018 campaign will continue to focus on its strong player development model with the anticipation of all its players attaining their goals including placing a multitude of players into NCAA college hockey.
This is just one of many exciting additions for the USPHL as the league continues to expand its presence across the United States. Follow the league and stay up to date with all news on www.usphl.com and on our social media accounts - @usphl.
The United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL), which operates in 16 of the 50 United States, is the Nation’s largest amateur ice hockey league. The league is comprised of 168 teams. Players in the USPHL are 8 to 21 years of age. Overall, the USPHL has had over 300 players advance to the collegiate level; even more advanced to other levels of the game.