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More Than 20 Alumni Set To Play For Stanley Cup as NHL Playoffs Begin 

By Joshua Boyd/, 04/10/19, 6:15PM EDT




The United States Premier Hockey League congratulates all of its alumni, and alumni of its member organizations, for reaching the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which kick off on Wednesday night. Best of luck to all teams, and may the best team win Lord Stanley’s Cup!


Boston Bruins

Noel Acciari – South Shore Kings (EHF)

Charlie Coyle – South Shore Kings

Chris Wagner – South Shore Kings

Connor Clifton – New Jersey Hitmen


Toronto Maple Leafs

Ron Hainsey – New England Jr. Whalers (current Springfield Jr. Pics)


Tampa Bay Lightning

Ryan Callahan – Rochester Jr. Americans (current Rochester Monarchs)


Columbus Blue Jackets

Keith Kinkaid – P.A.L. Jr. Islanders

Andrew Peeke – South Kent Selects Academy


Pittsburgh Penguins

Brian Dumoulin – New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs

Zach Aston-Reese – New Jersey Rockets


Washington Capitals

John Carlson – New Jersey Rockets


Carolina Hurricanes

Brett Pesce – New Jersey Hitmen

Trevor van Riemsdyk – New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs


Calgary Flames

Noah Hanifin – Cape Cod Whalers / South Shore Kings (EHF)


San Jose Sharks

Kevin Labanc – New Jersey Rockets


Vegas Golden Knights

Alex Tuch – Syracuse Jr. Stars (current Utica Jr. Comets)

Nashville Predators

Brian Boyle – South Shore Kings (EHF)


Dallas Stars

Ben Lovejoy – Islanders Hockey Club (EHF)

Roope Hintz – Tampa Bay Juniors


Winnipeg Jets

Kevin Hayes – Cape Cod Whalers / South Shore Kings (EHF)


St. Louis Blues

Zach Sanford – Islanders Hockey Club

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