Jordan Grant will return to the Little Flyers program this year to be the Head coach of the 2008 Squirt Minor team. He makes his home in Media, Pa. He played all of his minor hockey in Alberta, Canada. He played for two years in the Alberta Junior Hockey League and subsequently played his collegiate hockey at Clarkson University in Division One of the NCAA. He retired from playing hockey in 1998 and has coached hockey ever since. Following his playing career he went on to the University of Pennsylvania and obtained his Dental degree. In his spare time he spends time with his wife Jennifer and their three children. His hobbies include fitness training, golf, snow boarding and fishing in Ocean City, Nj. during the summer.
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Nick specializes in Hockey IQ, motivation, and player development. As a rising junior at Lebanon Valley College, I major in/study Business/ psychology, while pursuing my love for the game. Being a student athlete is challenging, but it has been an ultimately rewarding experience, allowing me to thrive in my natural element.
With over 4 years of coaching experience, I have molded players across the country, while elevating my individual game. I played five years of Junior hockey, earning an EHL regular season championship with the Philadelphia Little Flyers. The team holds the all time best record at 38-3-3 in the league. In 2012, I participated in America’s showcase, playing for Team NJ. As a self motivated player, I have always analyzed my own performance and searched meticulously for areas of improvement. I turned that strategy into action when I began assisting others with their development. I instructed Camps at Planet Hockey LLC. all over the U.S. and have coached with The Northern Vermont Wildcats Spring program. I pride myself in having an eye for talent, playing a key role as a scout for the Philadelphia Little Flyers, Potomac Patriots, and several other programs.. With a proven track record of success, I have moved over 25 players by age 22, to Prep school or junior hockey.
Throughout my career, hockey has been an essential part of my development as a person on and off of the rink. Through unwavering dedication and discipline, I was able to play at a high level, constantly challenging myself to push my boundaries. When I reflect on my journey, I not only think about my passion for the sport, but the memories along the way. I have cultivated great relationships with people in the field, including Rocky Russo (NAHL Scout/Head Coach of the Little Flyers), Lincoln Flagg (East Coast Eagles), Dustin Good (Tilton School), Don Parsons (NCAA Division 3) and Jamie Herrington (USHL/NTDP). My journey has also been extremely unique, enabling me to travel the country and because of hockey, I was able to tour 47 of 50 states. These invaluable memories have changed my life and I hope that by the end of our program, you will also benefit from a diverse experience, while bringing your game to the next level.
2005 Peewee Major
Tom Sullivan is in his second season with the Little Flyers, his team last season finished in first place in the AYHL and qualified for playoffs. Tom was has coached with the Delco Phantoms the past 5 seasons during that time Tom's teams have won 2 League Championships and 1 District Championship. Tom played four years at Holy Cross was an Academic All American and was inducted into Holy Cross's Hall of Fame in 2012. Tom has been an instructor for Laura Stamm power skating and Paul Vincent Skating Elite Camp.
Rob joins the Little Flyers staff this season, Rob will share his wealth of Coaching and Playing experience with his team.
USA Hockey Master Level Coaching Certification
Coaching Youth thru Junior hockey for over 30 years.
2014-15 Jr Flyers 16U American Undefeated AYHL Season – League Champions Playoff Champions and District Champions
Selected to coach multiple AYHL All Star games
2 AYHL League Championships and numerous playoff appearances
Have successfully developed players into Div I and Div III College level
Played defense for 4years in the ECHL and CHL.
Stephane returns to coach his Midget 16 team for another year his 16 American team last season finished in first place in the AYHL. Stephane is the GM of the Iceworks skating complex. He is also the Hockey Director for Iceworks.
The Philadelphia Little Flyers of the Eastern Hockey League are proud to announce the hiring of former Penn State University Assistant Coach George Lewis to be EHL Head Coach. Last Season Lewis was an Assistant Coach on the EHL Team that capture its third straight EHL Regular season Championship. Prior to joining the Little Flyers Lewis spent 3 years working with Penn State NCAA Division 1 team, focused on daily practice, working with the Goaltenders and video during his time there. While at Penn State the Nittany Lions picked up their 1st 20 win season and moved multiple players on to the Professional ranks, Including Casey Bailey (Toronto Maple Leafs) as well as Goaltenders Eamon McAdam (NY Islanders) and Matt Skoff (Reading Royals).
EHL Head Coach/GM
Assistant Coach Philadelphia Little Flyers EHL Premier Team
New Jersey Rockets U16-U18 AAA National Head Coach. Consultant to several Jr hockey programs
Scout/Assistant Coach – Trenton Titans ECHL
Scout and Assistant to CEO/GM Rich Lisk 2011-2013. Hired as Assistant Coach Trenton Titans for 2013-14 season. Operations suspended prior to start of season.
Head Coach – Philadelphia Revolution Empire Jr A
Coached team to a 39-7-4 overall record, 31-6-3 league record, 3-1-0 in playoffs losing in Semi’s. Most points by a Revolution team in their history.
Finished season with leagues #1 PP and #1 PK.
Named Western Conference All-Star Coach
Named Coach Liberty Bell Games by Ottawa Senators Scout Summer 2011 & 2012
2009 – 2011
Head Coach - Indiana Jr Ice U-18 AAA
In charge of all coaching, recruiting, school placement and billeting of players for the Midget team. Records of 36-19-6 and 38-15-7 over the two seasons. Duties also included running practices for USHL team with Head Coach Charlie Skjodt, working special teams and systems.
2008 - 2009
Head Coach - Seguin Bruins Jr. A OPJHL
Promoted to the Seguin Bruins by the Indiana Ice. The Seguin Bruins were the Ice's affiliate team in the OPJHL. Replaced Head Coach with a 3-15-1 record in last place. In 31 games, finished 14-16-1 and made playoffs.
Head Coach - Indiana Jr. Ice U-18 AAA
Resurrected a program that had a 7-46-6 record in 2007, as of promotion to Seguin Bruins OPJHL, team record was 17-9-1
Skills Coach/Scout Indiana Ice USHL
I was in charge of running morning skill sessions for Head Coach, Charlie Skjodt. 17 of teams 23 players were pre/post age. Duties included all individual skill work, power skating, team oriented drill work. Became on ice coach for special teams and systems work.
2005 - 2008
Head Coach Indianapolis Racers 93's
Formed a team, made up from players from Indianapolis that won 150+ games in 3 years and was National Runner-Up at U-12 in 2006 and at U-14 in 2008
Trenton Titans, ECHL
Helped GM Rich Lisk with player analysis and contacts to Division I hockey players.
2006 - 2012
USA Scout for the Indiana Ice of the USHL
Go to various tournaments and prospect camps to evaluate player’s abilities to one day play in the USHL. Write reports on player’s progress and present them to Jeff Blashill, Charlie Skjodt, Coaches and Jimmy Palifito, Director of Player Personnel
1990 - Present
Owner of Players Edge Hockey Schools. Conduct camps and clinics throughout the United States
EC Dorsten, Germany
Player/Assistant Coach, Division II
Enschede Lions, Holland, Elite Division
Virginia Lancers, ACHL
New Jersey Devils, NHL Rookie and Main Camp
Plattsburgh Pioneers, QMJHL
1st round draft pick for expansion team, after team folded, was re-drafted by Three Rivers in the QMJHL. Signed with Virginia of the ACHL
Jr B Wilmington Wheels
7th round Midget Draft Kitchener Rangers OHL
EHL Elite Head Coach
Phone: (317) 496-6162
Glenn is our Goaltending Coach. Glenn's Professional Experience includes being practice goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers from 1977-1981. Glenn was a member of the Philadelphia Firebirds Hockey Club from 1978-1979. He is the Head Instructor at the Tretiak Goaltending School in Toronto. Glenn is in his tenth year with the Little Flyers.