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But he only spent 11 games with Austria's Salzburg EC before returning to North America, where he joined the Elmira Jackals, members of the East Coast Hockey League.
1, Yellow Horn was leading the East Coast Hockey League with 54 points (34 goals, 20 assists) in his first 45 games with the California-based Ontario Reign.
html) Puck Daddy blog reported that the ECHL, formerly the East Coast Hockey League, had two goals scored in the same span during a 1993 game.
His ratio of 85 goals and 211 assists in 489 mainly East Coast Hockey League games is impressive for a defenceman.
ICE HOCKEY: Edinburgh Capitals last night launched a hunt for a replacement hit-man after David Nimmo quit to join Florida Everglades in America's East Coast Hockey League.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- Outstanding goaltender Dominic Vicari, who starred in net for the Michigan State Spartans, has signed with Detroit Red Wings affiliate Toledo Storm of the East Coast Hockey League.
The Canadian star, 29, who holds a Spanish passport, agreed to join the Elite League Steelers from East Coast Hockey League Johnstown Chiefs after a month of talks.
Teplitsky, 24, is a 6ft tall defenceman who scored nine goals with 29 assists in 81 games in the East Coast Hockey League.