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ranks depleted with many talented players leaving to play in the Eastern Junior Hockey League.
The USA Hockey Tier III Junior A National Championships will pit the top two teams from the Atlantic Junior Hockey League against the top two teams from the Eastern Junior Hockey League in semifinal games on March 26.
Area hockey trio head to Russia Cody Smith of Hudson, Connor Gorman of Shrewsbury and Zack Luczyk of Charlton have been named to the Eastern Junior Hockey League Select Team that will participate in the Junior World Cup in Omsk, Russia, from Aug.
Shea starred in baseball for the Colonials - he was a two-time Mid-Wach A All-Star - and played for the Boston Junior Bruins from 2004-08, earning Eastern Junior Hockey League All-Star honors three times.
Trevor, 19, has been a mainstay on the New England Huskies of the Eastern Junior Hockey League for the past three years, while Nevin, 16, starred for the Fitchburg Huskies of the Empire Junior Hockey League the past two years and is now with his brother on the EJHL team.
I don't have any expectations," said the 22-year-old Bostic, a 5-foot-11,190-pound right wing, who played two seasons at Wachusett Regional and two more for the New England Huskies of the Eastern Junior Hockey League before earning a scholarship to Niagara, a small college four miles north of the Falls with the same name in upstate New York.
Butler also honed his skills playing for the Boston Junior Bruins in the highly competitive Eastern Junior Hockey League, a veritable frozen pond stocked with Division 1 college prospects.
John's, Dufault played for the Walpole Stars of the Eastern Junior Hockey League for two years before joining the Crimson in the fall of 2004.