Head Coach/General Manager: Tony Langevin (Southern New Hampshire, ’18)
Langevin spent his first three years of high school at Queensbury High (NY) where he finished as the #3 leading points player in the Section 2 Capital District Hockey League. After Queensbury, he skated two years for the Albany Academy in the New England Prep League and helped lead the Cadets to two successful finishes by advancing to the New England Prep School Large School Championships. Langevin then headed to Canterbury School, also in the New England Prep League, and helped lead the Saints to their best season record in years. He then skated for the New Hampshire Fighting Spirit Junior A Men’s Ice Hockey Team in the North American 3 Eastern Hockey League (NA3EHL). He finished with a 23-21-44 scoring line for the Fighting Spirit and helped them to an NA3EHL Regular Season Championship title as well as finishing the season as an AAU National Championship Semi-Finalist. Langevin was recruited by past Head Coach Jaymie Harrington of NCAA Division 2 – Franklin Pierce University and under Harrington, anchored the #1 Power Play unit and helped the Ravens to their most successful season in years. He spent multiple seasons with the Ravens before transferring to play NCAA Men’s Division 3 Ice Hockey for the Daniel Webster College Eagles. With a younger squad, the Eagles competed in one of the most competitive leagues in the country and had one of the strongest schedules for any team: the New England Hockey Conference. Langevin notched key goals against nationally top ranked: Norwich (national champion), Babson (#2), and Castleton (#23), as well as having a multi point game against Southern New Hampshire. He finished his playing career for Southern New Hampshire University, Division 2.
His younger and aggressive coaching style is loved by every player he coaches, in addition to his dedication to move student-athletes to the next level in their hockey careers. He has helped place and has coached over 500 players who have played for him at various Prep School, Junior Hockey, and NCAA College Hockey programs.
Associate Head Coach/Director of Scouting: Trevor Simonson (Southern New Hampshire, ’18)
Simonson started his junior hockey career with the Arizona Redhawks in the WSHL before moving to the Butte Roughriders in the NPHL. In 30 games, he collected 11 points and led the Roughriders to a post season playoff run. He then played for the Columbia Valley Rockies in the KIJHL and had short stints with the Boston Bulldogs, Richmond Generals, Cranston Reds, and Walpole Express. He finished his junior hockey career with the American Hockey Institute (AHI) Fighting Spirit in the NSHL and served as an Assistant Captain. He anchored the team on and off the ice and helped lead them to the AAU National Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada. He played NCAA Men’s Division 3 Hockey for the Daniel Webster College Eagles. After playing, Simonson served as an Assistant Coach for the squad for the three seasons. After coaching College Hockey, he served as the Head Coach of the Binghamton Jr Senators U16 AAA team in the 2018-2019 season. He led the team to a 32-16-3 record and captured 2 Championship Titles with the squad. For the 2019-2020 season, Simonson moved onto Head Coach the Elmira Jr Soaring Eagles. He was nominated as the Head Coach of the NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament.
His coaching skills assist Bobcat players in on ice growth and development. He is a great teacher of the game of ice hockey from behind the bench.
Assistant Coach: Henri Langevin (Connecticut, ’78)
Langevin played NCAA Division 1 Men’s Ice Hockey for the University of Connecticut Huskies. Before UCONN, he led the BFA-St. Albans Bobwhites Hockey team to 2 back-to-back Vermont Division 1 State Championship titles. Langevin led the Bobwhites in scoring both years. After UCONN, he coached various youth hockey programs all around New York and Vermont. For the 2010 and 2011 hockey seasons, he served as Associate Head Coach for the CD Selects U18 AAA Hockey Program, which finished Runner Up two years in a row in the New York State Amateur Hockey State Championships, at the Tier I level. For the 2018-2019 season, he served as an Assistant Coach for the Binghamton Jr. Senators Junior A Hockey Club, who finished as a National Championship Finalist. In 2019-2020, he served as an Assistant Coach/Defensive Specialist for the Elmira Jr. Soaring Eagles.
Since existence in the program, he has led the prestigious Northern Vermont Wildcats Elite Spring/Summer Junior A hockey team to various prestigious Tournament Championship Titles, including winning the Ocean State Lobsterfest (twenty times), Jersey Rockz Elite Invitational, Pepsi Tournament of Champions (three times), Boston Elite Challenge Cup (two times), New England Classic Tournament (four times), as well as a 2nd place finish at the Hub Cup Junior Showcase and a 3rd place (out of 78 teams) finish at the Senior Chowder Cup Showcase. Many players have moved onto play Prep School, Junior, and College Hockey, as well playing for him.
Director of Media Relations/Broadcaster: Jack O’Marra
O’Marra spent the 2019-20 season as the Director of Ticket Sales and Color Commentator for the Danbury Hat Tricks (FPHL) and the Danbury Colonials (NA3HL). He won the FPHL’s Broadcaster of the Year award with his two broadcast partners for their great success in coverage, analysis and production.
O’Marra graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies. At URI, he was named the lead hockey broadcaster for the student run radio station, WRIU 90.3FM. He also covered basketball, baseball, football and soccer with the station through his four years. As a senior, he was elected General Manager of the station after serving 2 years on the executive board. That year, WRIU was awarded the Best Independent Radio Station in the State of Rhode Island. He also was a URI Tour Guide, and wrote for the school newspaper.
He currently hosts a Sports Talk Show on Twitch called the “Captain Jack Show,” where he brings on guests and talks about the greater sporting world. He is passionate about his broadcasting style and preparation and loves the combination of the high pace play of hockey in combination with the energy the broadcast requires.
Goalie Coach: Jeff Walker (Stop It Goaltending)
Strength & Conditioning Coach: Christian Ferrara (9-Strength-3)
Graphics Design Artist: Ben White (All Star Sports Graphics)