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A historical look back in time at the beginning and current state of South Eastern Pennsylvania High School Hockey League History, otherwise known as "SEPA High School Hockey League History".
Grab some popcorn, your favorite beverage and enjoy the nostalgia and memories.

South Eastern Pennsylvania High School Hockey League History - SEPA High School Hockey League History

SEPA HS Hockey History | Media & Archives

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News Media and Archives

Flyers Cup History
A Historical look back on past Flyers Cup accomplishments, memorabilia, and archived information

SEPA HS Hockey History Pages

  • Southeastern Pennsylvania High School Ice Hockey Hall of Fame: Read about the people who made it all happen!

  • SHSHL History: Explore the entire life of the Suburban High School Hockey League championship winners, and stats leaders

  • Breakaway Magazines yearly awards winners 2001 to 2010

  • Malvern Prep's Derek Amoroso broke all single season scoring records in the 1988-89 season with 131 points in 19 combined regular season, post season and Flyers Cup Tournament games. Coincidentally he broke every EHSHL scoring record as well.
    Regular Season - 16GP 52G 45A 97PTS
    Post Season - 5GP 24G 10A 34PTS
    Total - 19GP 76G 55A 131PTS

  • ALL Time Leading Goal Scorer: Archbishop Carrol's Scott Chamness scored a record setting 271 regular season goals in 67 high school games. This does not include post season. Forty two years later he still maintains this record in absentia.

  • Germantown Academy's Winning Streak Snapped: It was 100 straight regular season games without a loss

  • SEPA High School Ice Hockey Classics: Go back in time and relive the past, we have over 180 high school hockey games, most from at least 30 years ago, including Flyers Cup and PA State Championships!

  • League Statistics And Standings
    Various statistical data packs originally given out at the conclusion of each leagues season

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