As a seasoned skating and skills coach, Kurt Mallett’s mastery of teaching has transformed young athletes into outstanding hockey players. Mallett played four years of collegiate hockey, where he earned the honor of All American his senior year. Kurt also tallied 217 points in his 4 Collegiate Seasons of Hockey as well as 2 NCAA final four appearances, and held a 2 year Captain position for the Vikings. Kurt also played 6 yrs of professional hockey between the ECHL & IHL, before retiring to be a professional coach.
CHRIS DAVIDSONGeneral Manager of Seacoast Spartans
Responsible for the oversight and management of all Spartans Boys teams (Mites through Juniors) and the Seacoast Performance Academy. Chris spent the last 20 years coaching at the Collegiate and Prep School levels. He was also a four-year letter winner at Saint Michael’s College capturing a National Championship in 1999.
BRETT TRYDERU20 EHL Head Coach
A native of Melrose Massachusetts, Coach Brett Tryder takes the position of Head Coach with the Seacoast Spartans EHL (U20) team that will be making their first ever appearance in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) in the 2019/20 season. Tryder’s coaching experience includes a ten year stint at Plymouth State University where he spent 7 years as the Panthers Head Coach, and 4 successful years with the New England Wolves. Tryder comes from a family of coaches and had a successful playing career at Melrose High School, which led to his playing at both Salem State and Fitchburg State Universities.
MYKUL HAUNSpartans Skills Instructor
Mykül recently completed four seasons as the Head Coach for the Plymouth State University Women’s Ice Hockey program. During his time there he set records for regular season wins, playoff appearances, playoff wins, and coached players with NEHC post season honors – including the most players in school history with all-academic honors. He began his coaching career in the prominent Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL) with the New York Apple Core. Established and coach the Westchester Express Midget U16 AAA hockey program. During his two-year span in New York he also garnered an Eastern Junior Elite Prospects League Coach of the Year award along with three straight State Championship appearances, including the State finals in 2013.