Hannah Podvey Earns EWHC Goaltender of the Year

The Eastern Women’s Hockey Conference announced New Jersey Colonials 19U Elite Goaltender, Hannah Podvey, earned All-EWHC First Team and Goaltender of the Year honors for the 2018-19 season. Congratulations Hannah!

Hannah also starred in 19U Elite’s MAWHA games with a 9-1-1 regular season record and helped them capture the MAWHA Championship in February. In her spare time, she minds net for the West Essex Boys High School Hockey team.


Full Article Available on Eastern Women’s Hockey Conference Website

Goaltender of the Year – HANNAH PODVEY, NEW JERSEY COLONIALS

Hannah Podvey of the New Jersey Colonials has been named EWHC Goaltender of the Year for the 2018-19 season.

In her first season of EWHC play, the goaltender did not miss a minute of action for her team, playing and completing all 21 possible regular season contests, seeing 951 minutes between the pipes. Podvey led the league with a whopping 552 saves, 262 more than the next player. During the regular season, the goaltender posted a .857 save percentage. In the post season, Podvey managed 102 minutes in goal for New Jersey, making 42 total saves and earning the clean sheet victory over the Philadelphia Junior Flyers to advance to the Semifinals.

All-EWHC First Team

Forward – Hayley Parrish, Walpole Express
Forward – Taisiya Rykova, Northern Cyclones
Forward – Christina Klinoff, East Coast Wizards
Defender – Maddie Brown, Northern Cyclones
Defender – Neris Archambault, East Coast Wizards
Goaltender – Hannah Podvey, New Jersey Colonials