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The Boston Bandits Premier Junior Hockey Club now competes in the prestigious United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) . The USPHL Premier is considered one of the top leagues in the United States for NCAA College Placement. 

The Bandits program is committed to developing players on and off the ice and providing maximum exposure to NCAA Division 1 programs. Featuring one of the most respected and experienced hockey operations staff in all of Junior Hockey, the Bandits are ideally situated in Southern Massachusetts, just a short drive from top Hockey East and ECAC schools such as Boston University, Harvard, Boston College, Providence, Northeastern, Yale, UConn, UNH and many others. 

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The Bandits boast their own state of the art practice and training facility in Bridgewater, MA. The Bridgewater Ice Arena features two ice surfaces, a full service pro shop, an off ice training center, to which Bandits players have full access, as well as their own private team dressing room.  BIA is an ideal venue for Junior Hockey with a great fan base and arena atmosphere.

The Bandits Premier Club has had a long history of success. In 2015-16, the team captured a League Regular Season Title and moved an astounding 13 players on to NCAA Hockey programs. Led by University Maine Commit, Eduard Tralmaks, the Bandits attracted the attention of scouts from all over the globe. Tralmaks has enjoyed great success at UMaine and was invited to participate in the Ottawa Senators training camp in the summer of 2018.

The NCAA College Hockey Route

For more than 100 years, college hockey has been a breeding ground for outstanding hockey players and people. Today college hockey players make a bigger impact in the NHL than ever before, with more than 30% of the league coming from the U.S. college ranks.

NCAA Division I men's hockey is made up 60 member schools across six conferences: Atlantic Hockey, Big Ten, ECAC Hockey, Hockey East, the NCHC and the WCHA. The member teams range as far west as Alaska and as far south as Alabama.

There are a number of reasons to consider the college hockey path:

NHL Opportunities

From Charlie Coyle to Jack Eichel, college hockey consistently produces NHL stars and its presence in the league continues to grow.

Player Development

With its style of play, emphasis on practice and opportunity for strength and conditioning, college hockey provides an unparalleled environment for player development.


Some of the finest institutions in the world offer college hockey, providing young players exposure to elite educational programs while pursuing their hockey careers. Division I men's hockey players have a 92% graduation rate, best of all Division I men's sports - and invaluable in today's working world.

Student Life

The off-ice experience of life on campus, surrounded by fellow students in a supportive environment, is unmatched and often considered the best time of a person's life.

Special Events

Holiday tournaments, conference championships, outdoor games, the Beanpot and the NCAA Frozen Four provide college hockey players the opportunity to play in intense, high-profile special events.


With traditions unique to each school and a history that traces back to the 1800s, today's college hockey players carry on a proud legacy.

2017-18 Premier Team