I am the Junior Varsity head coach for one of the strongest high school hockey programs in the Northshore. My staff and I have been at the same program for 10 seasons and have helped groom every player that comes hrough the program to become varsity ready. We provide a fun and stress free environment while emphasizing fundamental skills. Our past and present players as well as their parents stand behind our coaching ability each and every season.
I have been playing baseball since I was 4 years old. Played on multiple AAU teams, multiple select teams, multiple showcase teams. I was invited to a regional tryout for the Lowell Spinners (Single A) in 2009, unfortunately i did not leave the tryout with a contract. Continue to personally hone my craft as my passion for the game will never die. I still play regularly and practice often.
I love the team atmosphere, I love to win and I love watching my players get better and excell at the sport they love.
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Figuring out who they are as a person first and a player second, then decide who they want to become. Run through some basic drills as well as question and answer to see their skill set and what we need to work on. Building a fun work environment is key to gain trust.
I have played hockey for 20 years at multiple different levels, I have coached at the High School level for 10 seasons.
Played baseball starting at the age of 4, I'm now 31. AAU/Select/Tournament/Showcase teams every season until I was 19. Competed in a Lowell Spinners invitational tryout in 2009.
Staple drills to warm up and get practice started is always a must. One drill from each of the 3 main focus points is key(skating, shooting, passing).
Light warm up and multiple throwing positions to assess player, light batting practice to analyze swing.
I was approached by my former coach and he asked if would help him as an assistant, he retired the following season and I was given the head coaching job.
Every single player to come through our high school program has played for me at least one season. Our program has made the tournament 5 years in a row.
Coaching my hockey team to a 10-0 shortened season. Seeing my entire roster play for the Varsity team 2 years after moving on from my JV team in the state semi finals.
Be ready to work, have an open mind and be ready to have some fun.
Be realistic with yourself as a person and a player. Know what areas you’d want to improve in and be open minded to what areas I feel you could improve in. No question is a dumb question.
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