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John mclean

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John is one of the top instructors in the world within the skating and skills community. He also coached at the D1 college level for BC and Merrimack College.

John has served NHL teams in various roles with both the Tampa Bay Lightning and Boston Bruins. 

He is currently an assistant coach with the NHL's Boston Bruins after serving as the skating and skills coach in 2022-2023.

John previously coach at Malden Catholic High School where his teams compiled a record of 118-31-18, which included four Super Eight championships as well as four Catholic Conference titles.

A North Andover, MA resident McLean played hockey at Boston College. He played four seasons (1983-87) as a standout defender for the Eagles and served as Captain his Senior Season.

tom ford

director

Tom is known throughout the country as one of the most dedicated and knowledgeable instructors in Hockey. Through great passion and focus Tom has worked with many of the top players in the area and helped their success, reaching NHL, AHL, D1 and other levels of hockey.

Tom is currently the Skating and Skills coach for the

NHL's Boston Bruins and Div.1 University of Lowell Men’s Hockey Team

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kim brandvold

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Kim works with players of all ages and abilities and is very passionate about teaching the game to all of the skaters he encounters. 

Kim is currently an assistant coach for Boston University after serving as the Skating and Skills coach for the NHL's Boston Bruins, where he worked with both prospects in Providence and full time players in Boston.

Kim was previously the Head Hockey Coach at Central Catholic High School. In two seasons as Central head coach — after eight years as an assistant with the Raiders — Brandvold built a 39-9-3 record, and twice qualified for the Super 8 tournament.

In his first season, Central became the first team in area history to advance to the Super 8 title game, falling in overtime.

A native of Oslo, Norway, Brandvold moved to America to play hockey at UMass Lowell. He played four seasons (2002-06) as a standout defender for the River Hawks.

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