The West Coast Renegades are proud to announce that our U15 and U16 teams have been accepted in the East Coast Elite League (ECEL) for the 2018/19 season.
The ECEL is a New England based league with a proven track record of progression to higher levels of hockey. Last season alone saw two players in the ECEL commit directly to NCAA D.1 programs, and 5 players drafted in the recent USHL draft. The ECEL is a showcase based league that will see WCR travel to the Boston area for four weekends during the season for league events that are regularly scouted by organizations in the NHL, NCAA D1/D3, Junior and Prep Schools.
As an organization, we feel that this move will provide our players with invaluable exposure and top level competition needed to further their hockey careers and realize their dreams of playing hockey at the junior, college or professional levels.
In addition to our scheduled league games, the 15's and 16's will continue to play additional games in both tournament and exhibition formats throughout the region.
If you have any questions regarding this move, please feel free to contact hockey director David Imonti at firstname.lastname@example.org
See you all at tryouts!
About the ECEL: The ECEL, founded in 2013, is a four-weekend showcase series that will provide maximum exposure for its member organizations and their players, by playing in top venues in ideal scouting locations. Spread across the U18, U16 & 15U divisions and represented by several of the top hockey organizations across the country, the ECEL is the premier showcase series in the United States, unmatched in its format and exposure opportunities.
Experience: The ECEL Showcase Series will complement the regular league schedule of its members by offering high-quality competition played at top venues and desirable scouting locations for maximum exposure to college and professional scouts. All ECEL showcases are fully staffed and all games will be broadcast live.
Exposure The East Coast Elite League’s Showcase Series is designed to provide top competition and exposure for the elite teams, and organizations, throughout the country. This year’s East Coast Elite League (ECEL) has attracted coaches from NHL, NCAA Div. I/III, USHL, NAHL, Canadian junior and other top junior leagues in North American. The ECEL strategically places its showcase events in the hot bed in New England that is surrounded by over 60 Div. I/III NCAA schools in New England.