Middlesex Coaching Staff
Michael grew up in Belmont where he played ice hockey as a youth in the Middlesex league. Known to his peers as a hardworking forward, he was twice selected by his high school teammates and coaches to lead as team captain. Michael has coached both Mites and Squirts, most recently with Watertown Youth Hockey, including a VHL Mite A South championship season in 2017. As an elementary teacher, he works with second graders in Bedford, MA. Michael and his family moved to Winchester in 2018, where his son is a PeeWee with Winchester Youth Hockey.
Bill Pepicelli has been involved in coaching for just about 40 years. He grew up and played hockey for the town of Winthrop. Bill holds the following levels of certification; USA Certified advanced level #4, Mass Hockey Certified, USA ADM Bantam U-14, USA ADM Pee Wee U-12 & USA ADM Squirt U-10. Bill has an extensive coaching resume that includes coaching at all levels and numerous towns as well as select programs. He was the founder and coach of a private middle school hockey team in Burlington – the Mad Dog Hockey team for 15 years. Bill also Coached girls hockey at the peewee level for Burlington and contributed in coaching and establishing Burlington’s first Girls High School Varsity Hockey Team. .
Troy is originally from Philadelphia Pennsylvania area, although he has lived around the world in many places, due to his military background, he is recently retired from the United States Air Force. He played high school hockey at North Penn high school in Pennsylvania, and is a graduate of The University of Massachusetts- Lowell. Currently lives in Methuen with his wife Amy and two children, Kaya age 12 and Trey age 9. Over the last seven years Troy has worked with the Methuen youth hockey Association as a coach of the learn to skate and learn to play program, the head coach of the Methuen youth mite in-house hockey program, the head coach of mite one traveling team for two years, now coaching the squirts. He also was on the Board of Directors for the Methuen youth program as the mite coordinator, and also recently as the head of coaches.
Harry lives in the North End of Boston with his two sons (Harry 7, and Miles 5) and his wife Samantha. He’s worked in Financial Technology Sales for 18 years.
During his playing career he spent a year playing prep school hockey at Vermont Academy and then played junior hockey for the Rhode Island Sharks of the Eastern Junior Hockey league, now the EHL. He then played four years for SUNY Cortland and served as captain for 3 years. He has coached the Charlestown Micro program (in house) for 4 seasons and the Charlestown Mite teams for two seasons.
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)
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