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Hitmen Announce USPHL Exhibition Schedule

By Mike Klein 07/12/2015, 8:15pm EDT

Wayne, NJ- The Jersey Hitmen have announced the schedule for the September USPHL Exhibition Series event at the Ice Vault Arena in Wayne, NJ, beginning on September 3.
The games will consist of two halves, 25 minutes in length. As these are exhibition games, teams will be allowed to dress more than twenty players.

Astrom signs with USPHL Flyers

By Garrett Strot 05/14/2015, 5:30pm EDT

Christopher Astrom of the Tampa Bay Elite team has signed to play with the Philadelphia Flyers of the USPHL Premier for the 2015-16 season.

Astrom was Tampa's 3rd leading scorer this past season with 19 goals and 24 assist along with being a plus 15.

The Flyers play in the USPHL Premier Division where more than 65 players this past season have committed to NCAA Division I Schools.


By Brett Bruneteau 04/13/2015, 9:45pm EDT

The saying "better late than never" fits this scenario perfectly.  Today, the Philadelphia Flyers Junior Hockey team is proud to announce that its co-captain Ryan Badger has committed to play for UMass-Amherst hockey team next season.

Badger, who finished the season as the team's second-highest scorer, served as a leader on and off the ice for this year's Flyers squad.  His success helped spur the Flyers to their best season in the organization's short history, ending the year as runners-up in the United States Premier Hockey League.

Ryan Badger finished the 2014-2015 campaign as the Flyers leading assist getter with 41.  His unselfish play and incredible ability to create chances for his teammates was a major factor in the Flyers potent scoring attack.  In addition to his 41 assists, Badger added an outstanding 23 goals.  His 64 points were good enough to land him in the league's top ten point-getters this season.

Badger's impeccable regular season was only rivaled by his primetime playoff performance.  All postseason Badger served as the team's go-to-guy, leading the team in playoff points with 9 in just six games. 

His biggest point of the season came late in the night, following 90-plus minutes of hockey between your Flyers and the visiting Islanders Hockey Club in the USPHL Semifinals.  Ryan Badger who has made a USPHL career off always being in the right place at the right time, placed himself perfectly yet again in the second overtime of Game 1 of the team's Semifinals series.  Forward Ron Greco found Badger open for a game-winning power play goal, which is arguably the greatest moment in Philadelphia Flyers Junior Hockey history.

UMass-Amherst has brought on more than just a talented hockey player in the likes of Ryan Badger and the Flyers organization wishes him the best of luck in the next step of his career.