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EHL Jr. Flyers Player John McCuen Commits to Bryn Athyn College

By T1EHL Staff , 05/08/20, 4:00PM CDT

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The Philadelphia Jr. Flyers Junior team, proud members of the Eastern Hockey League, is pleased to announce that forward John McCuen has committed to play NCAA Division III Ice Hockey for the Bryn Athyn College Lions who are currently an independent team. His commitment begins in September 2020.

T1EHL and Philadelphia Jr. Flyers player John McCuen has committed to play NCAA Division III Hockey for the Bryan Athyn College Lions.

McCuen, who played his 16U and 18U season with the Jr. Flyers, played two season for their junior team. His commitment to the currently independent team begins in September 2020. The Broomall, PA native had 60 points (26 goals and 34 assists) in 90 games. This past season McCuen, 20, had 35 points (13 goals and 22 assists) in 46 games.

 “I would like to thank my parents for their time and continuous support through my career. I also would like to thank my sisters for their support. To my teammates and friends, thank you for your support of the years,” McCuen said.

“I would like to thank the Jr. Flyers organization and coach Jerry Domish for their guidance. I was fortunate enough to play for the Jr. Flyers 16U, 18U and junior seasons. I also would like to thank Coach Burke for giving me the opportunity to play college. I look forward to the next chapter of my academic and athletic careers,” he added.

“It’s great to see John get his commitment since he is a local player with a long history of playing with the Jr Flyers” stated Jr. Flyers general manager and head coach Jerry Domish.

“He actually had more success at the junior level then at youth. He put up 25 points his first year and 35 last season. He is a very good player who plays all 200 feet of the ice well and will be very successful in college. More importantly he is a great kid who does his job daily and always puts the team first. I wish him the best in his future.”   

T1EHL is proud of McCuen and all of its current and former players who continue to advance in the ranks of hockey. Where do you go from here? Everywhere.

This post originally appeared on the Jr. Flyers site. You can view it here: https://www.jrflyers.org/news_article/show/1103962