Release | Sean Marcellus joins the EOJHL as Director of Hockey Operations


OTTAWA, ON – The Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League (EOJHL) is proud to announce the appointment of Sean Marcellus as its new Director of Hockey Operations. 

Marcellus, a native of Arnprior, ON, brings a wealth of experience in hockey league management to his new role, further strengthening the EOJHL’s commitment to excellence. Marcellus has an impressive track record, having most recently served as Director of Operations and Interim Commissioner for the Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL) from 2015 to 2024. Additionally, he held the position of President of Hockey Eastern Ontario U18AAA, showcasing his deep involvement and leadership within the hockey community. 

This appointment marks a return for Marcellus to the EOJHL, where he previously held a similar role from 2015 to 2020. In his new capacity, Marcellus will oversee all hockey operations and manage the league’s social media channels, aiming to enhance the league’s visibility and engagement with its audience. 

“Sean has been a major contributor to the success of U18 and junior hockey in the region for years,” said Commissioner Marc Franche. “We are lucky to add him to our league staff, he’s a great addition to the EOJHL.”

“I am very excited to join the EOJHL,” said Marcellus. “It is an honor to return to the league where I got started, and I am humbled by the opportunity. Emphasizing the league’s commitment to developing local talent, my objective is to elevate its brand and provide players with the recognition they merit.” 

The EOJHL is confident that Marcellus’s extensive experience and dedication will contribute significantly to the league’s ongoing success and growth. His appointment reflects the EOJHL’s commitment to fostering a high-quality hockey environment that supports and promotes its players.


About the Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League

The Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League (EOJHL) is dedicated to promoting and developing junior hockey talent in Eastern Ontario. With a focus on community engagement and player development, the EOJHL provides a competitive platform for young athletes to hone their skills and achieve their hockey aspirations.