Aston, PA — Last week, The Eastern Hockey League (EHL) announced their Annual Awards. Five Little Flyers received awards, headlined by Tyler Cassidy taking home the Goaltender of the Year award in the EHL’s Premier League. The 2001 native of Havertown, PA finished the season with a 16-4-1 record in net with an impressive 2.44 Goals Against Average and .921 save percentage. Cassidy finished tied for 2nd in the league with four shutouts. In addition to Goaltender of the Year Honors, Cassidy was also named to the All-EHL Premier team.
Soren Bredeson (D,EHL) - EHL 2nd Team Mid-Atlantic All-Conference
Bredeson was an iron man for the Little Flyers EHL team this season, suiting up for all 49 of the Little Flyers games. On the season, Bredeson finished with 32 points, including two game winning goals. In February, Bredeson committed to Morrisville State.
Shane Green (D,EHLP) - EHLP 1st Team Mid-Atlantic All-Conference
Green, one of the EHL Premier’s top shutdown defenseman, played in 39 games in his second year of Junior Hockey. The Bear, Delaware native scored six goals and added 18 assists. Two of the 2002 birth year defenseman’s goals were game winners.
Sebastian Rominiecki (D,EHLP) - EHLP 1st Team Mid-Atlantic All-Conference
Rominiecki, joins his defensive partner Shane Green on the EHLP’s All-Conference team. The 2001 birth year native of Runnemede, NJ played in all 41 of the Little Flyers games, scoring six goals and adding 21 assists. Rominiecki racked up the Premier league honors this season, being named Defenseman of the Week twice and Defenseman of the Month in January.
Elliot Schon (F,EHLP) - EHLP 2nd Team Mid-Atlantic All-Conference
Schon led the Little Flyers offense all season, scoring 36 goals and adding 12 assists in his first year of Junior Hockey. The 2002 forward from Cherry Hill, New Jersey finished amongst the league leaders in Goals (5th), Power Play Goals (T-5th), Game Winning Goals (3rd) and points (T-15th)
Cassidy, Green, Rominiecki and Schon are all alumni of the Little Flyers Youth Hockey program.