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Mite Major

Robert Loring

Mr. Loring, is a USA Hockey coach and graduate of Boston College who in his first year coaching, led the 2018-19 Wellesley Mite team to a Valley Hockey Championship. He also currently coaches for the Greg Carter Hockey School in Canton Massachusetts. He has played both hockey and football in high school and college,  respectively.

Mr. Loring is also Founder and Managing Partner of Revolution Capital Group, a Private Equity Firm with offices in Boston and Los Angeles and lives with his wife and two daughters in  Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Currently reviewing applicants.  If you are interested in either a Head or Assistant coaching position please click the application link below.

Squirt Minor

Jay Rourke

Jay is a Boston native growing up in Brighton until buying his first home in Hyde Park.   He is the president of Hyde Park Youth Hockey and coach of the LTS program, U6 Team and Mite AAA.    Jay is a graduate of Buckingham Browne & Nichols ‘94 (ISL) and went on to play college hockey at St. Michaels College (VT) where over his four-year career he graduated as the third-leading scorer in College history.   He was a three-time All-ECAC honoree, and three-time NCAA Division II All American.    As a member of the St. Michaels lacrosse team he was a four-year starter at midfield and was a three-time All Northeast-10 Conference selection and still ranks among the program’s all-time best in scoring.  Upon graduation Jay became a college hockey (ECAC & NESCAC) and lacrosse (D1-3 and World Games) referee until recently hanging up the stripes to coach his children in hockey, lacrosse and baseball.    Jay his wife and sons (8 & 3) and daughter (5) recently moved to Walpole.  

Squirt Major

John Daley

John is originally from Brighton, MA.  He is currently a coach in the Waltham Youth Hockey Program.  He has been involved in Waltham Youth Hockey for a number of years.  He has been an assistant and a head coach on a number of Waltham Youth Hockey teams.  John attended Elmira College and played Ice Hockey there.  John Lives in Newton, MA with his wife Ann and three sons Colin(12) and his twin boys Sean and Ryan(10).  He enjoys coaching hockey and watching all 3 boys play soccer.

Currently reviewing applicants.  If you are interested in either a Head or Assistant coaching position please click the application link below.

Peewee Minor

Conal Barbuto

Conal joins to the NEHL from Parkway Youth Hockey, where he has served in various roles for the past 6 years, including Development Program Director, Head Coach of the Mite AAA and Squirt AAA and Vice President of Board of Directors for the past 4 years.  Originally from Dorchester, he played his youth hockey in South Boston before moving on to play at Boston Latin School from 1991-1995 where he was Captain during his senior year.  Conal went on to play at his College hockey at Fairfield University from 1995-1999 and served as Assistant Captain his senior season.  Conal, his wife Christine, son Morgan, and daughter Riley, live in West Roxbury.

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Skills Instructor

Andrew Andricopoulos

Andrew is entering his first year as Player / Program Director of the New England Hockey League. He grew up in Groveland, MA before attending Tabor Academy. At 16, he moved to Quebec City to play for the Quebec Remparts in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League where he lived with, and played for, NHL Hall of Famer Patrick Roy. Andrew was a member of the 2006 Memorial Cup Championship team and played alongside current NHL stars Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Alexandre Radulov. Andrew holds several defensemen scoring records in Quebec Remparts history.

After his QMJHL career, Andrew attended several NHL and AHL camps before playing 60 games in the ECHL in the Washington Capitals and San Jose Sharks systems. Upon completion of his professional career, he returned to play Division 1 hockey in Fredericton, NB for St. Thomas University under the coaching of former NHL player Mike Eagles. Andrew had acted as the U.S. scout for the QMJHL for the past four seasons. Andrew is also entering his 2nd season as Assistant Coach of Men’s Varsity Hockey at Brooks School. He resides in Groveland, MA.

The New England Hockey League will consider applications received from experienced and qualified coaches. To be considered, please click on the link below and fill out the form.

Questions can be directed to Andrew Andricopoulos

phone (978.557.5518 x125)

E-mail (

Thank you for your interest.