The Jr Flyers tier 2 program is now called Team Philadelphia (they were not permitted to use the Jr Flyers team). They have multiple teams across age divisions, largely coming from Quakers families who either wanted to stay at Ice Line or did not think the Quakers would be able to build their rink in time for the season. Many of the coaches are also coming from the Quakers. Team philadelphia essential stole a program, was subsequently denied membership in DVHL, so they will be playing EJEPL, plus whatever games they can schedule against other local teams (including DVHL teams), plus tournaments and showcases. The irony is that because they are not part of DVHL, they were not subject to any limits on how many players they could take from the Quakers.
The Quakers will have to rebuild their program, as they lost a lot of players, and will play fewer team than they (and their original investor) had hoped - I’m sure there numbers will increase next year once the rink is operational. We’ll have to see how long the teams in the DVHL make Team Philadelphia wait before they let them join.
Both programs will move forward and everyone involved in all the drama should move on.