29 Results for group: coaches

Bob Gaudet

Entering his 22nd year as head coach at Dartmouth College, his alma mater, this fall, Gaudet is poised to become the all-time winningest coach in school history. His 305 wins at Dartmouth trail only Eddie Jeremiah (308), and he’s made the Big Green one of the most consistent teams in ECAC Hockey and the Ivy League during ... More

Howell P. Campbell

The late Howell P. Campbell left a legacy at St. Paul’s School, where he played, captained and coached the hockey team, and remained on the academic staff until his death in 1953. Born at the school in 1888, Campbell skated for the school’s Isthmian (first) team from 1905-07 and the varsity team as a senior in ... More

Gary Bishop

Gary Bishop, a former standout player at Lowell Tech who has enjoyed a tremendous career as a high school coach in New Hampshire, winning fi ve state championships at Bishop Guertin, is being inducted into the New Hampshire Legends of Hockey Hall of Fame as a coach.As a player, Bishop skated for Lowell Tech (now UMass-L... More

Rand Pecknold

From growing up in Bedford and skating for Manchester West High School, to building one of the top college programs in the country, Rand Pecknold has impacted the game at both state and national levels.After playing for two years at West and two more at Lawrence Academy, Pecknold attended Division 3 Connecticut College, ... More

John Dodds

In 11 seasons as coach of the girls hockey team at Hanover High School, Dodds has built the state's preeminent program and will be inducted into the New Hampshire Legends of Hockey Hall of Fame as a coach.A native of Philadelphia, Dodds has long been involved with coaching hockey in the Upper Valley area, recently conclu... More

Rick Middleton

Rick Middleton is known to a generation of Boston Bruins fans as a skilled right winger whose play embodied his nickname - "Nifty" - and who scored nearly 1,000 points in his NHL career, but he'll enter the Hall of Fame as a coach thanks to one amazing triumph in 2002.In 2001, Middleton had been out of pro hockey for 13 ... More

Bruce Parker

During a coaching career that spanned more than half a century, Bruce Parker helped oversee the glory days at Berlin High School in the 1960s, and later coached other scholastic and collegiate championship teams in Massachusetts and New Jersey.After growing up in Wakefield and Reading, Mass., where he helped found the ... More

Bill Dennehy

Bill Dennehy was an excellent baseball player growing up, helping Springfield College reach the Division 2 College World Series in 1970.But it was after he arrived at Phillips Exeter Academy shortly thereafter that he began building the career that has landed him in the Legends of Hockey Hall of Fame in the coaches ... More

Bruce J. Crowder

A year after playing his last game in the NHL in 1986 for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Bruce Crowder was hired by University of Maine coach Shawn Walsh as an assistant coach.But it was when he took the head coaching job at UMass-Lowell and took up primary residence in Nashua, where he still lives today, that Crowder began ... More

Jim Tufts

Longtime Exeter High School Jim Tufts has fond memories of his early days coaching high school hockey in New Hampshire in the late 1970s, and of looking up to established coaches like Dick Ryerson ('06 Inductee) of Concord, Hubie McDonough Jr. ('04 Inductee) of Manchester Memorial, Albie Brodeur ('03 Inductee) of Berlin ... More