Our History

Founded in March 2020, the Elmira Jr. Enforcers found immediate success on and off the ice. Despite the challenges of operating through Covid, the Jr. Enforcers played a complete 44 game USPHL schedule finishing 28-14-2. The team swept the Buffalo Thunder and then the Philadelphia Hockey Club to advance to the USPHL Premier National championships as the #1 seed from the Mid-Atlantic.

The club has a solid foundation for success leading into its second season – already a winning tradition on the ice and off of it:

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Of our players gave excellent ratings to the gym we use

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Of our players rated our home game experience as excellent

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Of our parents gave us an excellent rating for their son’s overall experience

Billet Families

Our players’ typical day includes 2 ice sessions, video sessions, schoolwork, and workout with a dedicated trainer in a state-of-the-art gym.

Our players live in a local college dorm and with billet families. Both the college and the billet families received high grades in our post-season player surveys.

Are you interested in becoming a billet family and hosting a young hockey player? Host families receive free tickets and a monthly reimbursement for food and expenses. Please email us at [email protected] to learn more!

Our Vision:

To equip young men to make valuable contributions to their future chosen professions, their future home communities and the game of hockey through:

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Vision:

To equip young men to make valuable contributions to their future chosen professions, their future home communities and the game of hockey through:

  • An on-ice and off-ice hockey program that emphasizes work ethic and teamwork that teaches the finer points of the game to advance playing careers and equip players to share that knowledge with younger generations. 
  • Allowing for and encouraging academic development including on-line education and local public school and college to continue a pattern of life-long learning.
  • A rigorous conditioning program that reduces the risk of injury and physically trains their bodies for the rigors of a full-time junior A hockey season. 
  • Mandatory community service projects that connect our players with diverse groups within the local community to instill empathy and respect for others.

Value Proposition:

  • We provide value for every family by always making the health and well-being of our players our priority. 
  • We provide value for every family by proactively seeking opportunities to promote players within the USPHL ladder of development to the NCDC and ultimately college hockey.   
  • We provide value for every family by conducting ourselves in a professional manner above a typical junior A level. 
  • We provide value for every family by communicating regularly with parents.