Jon Schedlbauer grew up right outside Boston playing defense for the Lincoln-Sudbury Warriors from
’07-‘11. He transitioned over to the Varsity team his sophomore year, before taking his junior year off
to pursue rowing crew at the Division 1 level in college. After being accepted into Cornell University,
he decided he missed hockey and took his senior year off from crew to play on the Varsity team at
Lincoln-Sudbury.He then when on to play defense at the Division 1 ACHA level for the Cornell Club
Hockey Team that currently resides in the NECHL. He helped them win the NECHL league championship
his freshman year. After graduating from Cornell, he took over coaching responsibilities for the defensemen
as an assistant coach and helped the Cornell Club hockey team reach their winningest season in recent
memory at 14-5-1, as well as winning the NECHL South Championship
Adult Skills Coach
Michael has been skating since he was two years old through high school, 5 years later he jumped back into it and ended up going on a pro tour in Sweden and Finland and then played minor leagues single A hockey back in the US. After recovering from spine surgery he has been coaching the last two years and has trained everyone 6 years old to several NHL players. He is very versatile in his skill set and is looking forward to sharing it!
Adult Skills Clinic Coach - Natick and Somervile
Alex grew up in the Western part of North America living in both Seattle, WA and Vancouver Canada playing his youth hockey. By the age of 17 Alex decided to play Junior Hockey which ended in Philadelphia before pursuing the next level. Alex continued playing hockey at the NCAA Division 3 level playing for two different teams the Becker Hawks out of Worcester, MA as well as the Framingham State Rams. He has acquired a great deal of knowledge from his expereince playing all over the country and is excited to share this knowledge with players wanting to learn more abou the great game of Hockey!
Somerville Adult Skills Coach
Noah started playing ice hockey in 2014 as a Rookie D skater in Bedford while attending weekly clinics. Because of a background in roller hockey, Ice Hockey was a smooth transition. After joining the rookie free agent team of destiny, The MAHL All-Stars, it wasn't long before the new squad hoisted the cup at the end of the season.
After a few seasons and championships with two different teams (5) and moving up to C divisions, Noah now coaches and hopes to pass the torch in ways that MAHL coaches have before him. Look out for Noah and the Barn Rats in our leagues. Say Hi and Introduce yourself
Adult Skills Coach (Marketing & Office Administration)
Mark started playing hockey when he was 4 years old in Wilmington. Growing up he played on various select teams such as the Jr. Riverhawks, Cyclones, and PHD in addition to town-hockey A-B teams. He also played high school hockey and was invited to play in the MVC All Star tournament in Tewksbury multiple times. Mark currently plays in MAHL A-B level skates and last year played for the Hoffman Production Team that won the B1 MAHL Cup in Tewksbury.
Sam Holl grew up in West Hartford, CT skating for the CT Whalers and CT Clippers AAA hockey programs before playing varsity hockey at Conard High School in the CIAC Division II Hockey Conference. During his time at Conard he was an integral team asset and earned the spot of team captain his senior year. After high school, he played hockey for ACHA DII Central Connecticut State University Hockey Club where they earned the Divison II National Champions Runner up in 2010. Sam also coached three summers at the Summer Skillz Hockey Camp in Newington, CT.
Sam was stationed in Anchorage, Alaska as part of United States Air Force and played in various leagues out there before separating and moving back to the east coast. He's now enrolled as a Marketing student at Suffolk University. Sam believes being a team player along with hard work pays off, if you put in the time to practice, you’ll be that much better as a player.
Ozzie grew up in Western Massachusetts playing for the Springfield Pics and Western Mass Blades organization. As he grew and developed, he played for Springfield Cathedral until he later transferred to The Winchendon School. At Winchendon, Ozzie was a member of the varsity hockey team, until he graduated in 2014. He then took his studies to the University of Tampa, where he decided to play club hockey. The Spartans won the Southern Collegiate Hockey Conference Championship and took their talents to nationals in Columbus Ohio. Unfortunately the Spartans fell short and finished 9th overall in the nation. Ozzie just graduated from the University of Tampa and started working for the MA Hockey League this year.
Youth League Director & Head Youth Coach
Matthew Aronian's career began at Chelmsford High School where he
played varsity hockey from 1995 to 2000. During his time at Chelmsford
High School, Matthew secured spots on the Hockey Night Boston's North
Middlesex team, Massachusetts Select team and 7th Player award for the
1999/2000 playing season. Matthew progressed to the college level
playing at Framingham State University from 2001 to 2005. At
Framingham State, Matthew was able to secure a starting role his final
two years as a forward and was an intricate part of their special
teams. After college Matthew was able to secure a coaching job with
Wayland High School for the 2006/2007 season.
Matthew now teaches full time in the Webster School system and has
been with the MA Hockey League for the last two years as a player and
a coach. Matthew believes that learning can be fun and that hard work
always pays off.
Adult Skills Coach and Youth Coach
Craig Stern, a Pennsylvania native, started his hockey career playing for
the Minnesota (now Rochester) Ice Hawks of MnJHL (now NA3HL)
from 1997 through 1999, earning Defensive Player of the Year
honors in 1999. He went on to play three seasons in the
Ontario Provincial Junior ‘A’ Hockey League (now OJHL),
as a member of the Parry Sound Shamrocks, Stouffville Spirit, and the Huntsville Wildcats,
where he served as an alternative captain. Craig also had short stints with the
Rochester Mustangs of the United States Hockey League (USHL) and the
Tupelo T-Rex of the America West Hockey League (AWHL). From there, Craig went on to play
three seasons at Framingham State University, from 2003 through 2006, where he played
with Coaches Aronian and Pettinato, and averaged almost half a point a game as a defenseman.
Craig graduated in 2007 with a BA in Political Science and upon completing his
undergraduate studies, went on to law school and business school,
earning his Juris Doctor from the Massachusetts School of Law at
Andover in 2010, and an MBA from Nichols College in 2012.
Outside of hockey, Craig is a founding partner of Rodriguez Stern, P.C.,
a law firm with offices in Framingham, Andover, and Leominster,
and is the President of Rock Solid Realty, Inc., a real estate company
also located in Framingham, Massachusetts. He currently lives with his
wife Erin in Quincy. Craig believes that players of all ages have to work extremely hard
in order to improve, but should never lose sight of why they play the game in the first place: to have fun!
Obi began his hockey career in the metropolitan league. He made his high school varsity team as a freshman. He forgoed his senior year to play junior hockey in the EJHL for the Walpole Jr Stars as an assistant captain in his second season. He was recruited to play at Umass Amherst, playing in the Hockey East Championship game in one of the longest games in Hockey East history. He went on to play professionally for The Danbury Mad Hatters (EPHL), The Elmira Jackals (ECHL), The Melbourne Ice (AIHL-*Australian champions), The Quad City Mallards (CHL), where he spent the majority of his career leading his team in points one season and as an assistant captain. He participated in AHL training camps for the Worcester Sharks and the Springfield Falcons. He finished his career playing for the Missouri Mavericks (CHL [now ECHL]) as regular season champions in 2014.
Obi is a route sales representative for Nestle Waters North America and a proud husband and father.
Head Goalie Coach
Lorenzo Lescano started his career off in Cambridge MA, where he started playing youth hockey at the age of 5. There he
began playing as a forward and later moved back to become a defenseman. Lorenzo later started playing goal before starting
high school at St. Dominic Savio in East Boston. Lorenzo was able to secure a starting role during his freshman year with the
varsity team. Lorenzo’s performance within that CCL earned him recognition among the coaches in that league. Lorenzo lead
the Spartans to one state Championship appearance, the first for that school in ten years. After that, schools abrupt closure he
later went on to play in the Russian hockey league for the Dynamo Moskva where Lorenzo completed his professional career.
Throughout his career, Lorenzo has trained with many top-notch programs and coaches, such as Vladislav Tretiak and the
Vladislav Tretiak Elite School of goaltending in Canada; Dynamic skating in North Andover, MA and several others over the years.
Lorenzo hopes to share the skills he has learned with the parents and goalies that he coaches.