Philadelphia Junior Flyers

The Philadelphia Junior Flyers are an USA Hockey-sanctioned Tier III Junior A ice hockey team from West Chester, Pennsylvania. They play in the South Conference of the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) and Premier (EHLP) at the Ice Line Quad Rinks[1]

Philadelphia Junior Flyers
CityWest Chester, Pennsylvania
LeagueEastern Hockey League
Home arenaIce Line Quad Rinks
ColorsOrange, black, and white
Owner(s)John Graves
General managerJerry Domish
Head coachJerry Domish
MediaFlyers TV
Franchise history
1987–presentPhiladelphia Junior Flyers

The players, ages 16–20, carry amateur status under Junior A guidelines and hope to earn a spot on higher levels of junior hockey in the United States and Canada, Canadian major junior, collegiate, and eventually professional teams.


The Philadelphia Junior Flyers were members of the Atlantic Junior Hockey League (AJHL) from 2008 until 2013 when Tier III junior hockey leagues went through a reorganization, which included the AJHL re-branding itself as the Eastern Hockey League (EHL). In 2015, the EHL added a lower level of Tier III junior hockey for player development called the EHL-Elite Division and all the current EHL members, including the Jr. Flyers, were added to the EHL-Premier Division. In 2017, the league re-branded, dropping the Premier name from their top division and renamed the Elite Division to Premier.

The organization currently fields a team at the former Tier III Junior B level in the EHL Premier (and formerly in the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League). It also currently fields youth hockey select teams at the Midget U18, Midget 16U, Bantam, Peewee, and Squirt and Mite levels.[2][3]

The Jr. Flyers 18 and under team won the silver medal in the 2010 USA Hockey National Tournament in Chicago, Illinois.[4]

Season-by-season records

SeasonGPWLTOTLPtsGFGARegular Season FinishPlayoffs
Atlantic Junior Hockey League
2008–0942192003411241484th of 6, South
8th of 12, AJHL
2009–1042201903431411453rd of 6, South
6th of 12, AJHL
2010–1144192302401421724th of 6, South
9th of 12, AJHL
2011–1244231650511791445th of 12, AJHL
2012–1344162152391171218th of 12, AJHLLost Quarterfinals, 0–2 vs. Northern Cyclones
Eastern Hockey League
2013–1444191870451131073rd of 6, South Div.
10th of 17, EHL
Lost Round 1, 0–2 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights
2014–154423192481241222nd of 5, South Div.
9th of 19, EHL
Lost Round 1, 0–2 vs. Hartford Jr. Wolfpack
2015–164119157451341296th of 9, South Conf.
10th of 18, EHL-Premier
Lost Round 1, 1–2 vs. Hartford Jr. Wolfpack
2016–1748368476163882nd of 4, Mid-Atlantic Div.
2nd of 8, South Conf.
2nd of 17, EHL-Premier
Won First Round, 2–0 vs. Hartford Jr. Wolfpack
Won Quarterfinals, 2–1 vs. East Coast Wizards
Won Semifinals, 2–0 vs. New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
Won Finals, 3–2 vs. Philadelphia Little Flyers
League Champions
2017–18501232630981874th of 4, Mid-Atlantic Div.
7th of 8, South Conf.
15th of 16, EHL
Did not qualify
2018–194620224441601723rd of 5, South Div.
5th of 8, Mid-Atlantic Conf.
11th of 18, EHL
Lost First Round, 0–2 vs. Philadelphia Revolution


The Junior Flyers have produced a number of alumni playing in higher levels of junior hockey, NCAA Division I, Division III, ACHA college and professional programs, including:[5]


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