Brian Eklund

Brian brings a plethora of playing experience and coaching expertise to Massachusetts Crease. He is a local coach, who grew up in Braintree and attended Brown University. Upon completeing his college career, he went on to pro hockey. Brian played at every level of the minors before making it to the NHL playing with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Brian won the Stanley Cup as part of the Lightning team during the 2003-2004 season.

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Len Mosca

Len Mosca played for the Springfield Junior Pics before spending 4 year as the starter at Curry College in the ECAC Northeast. He won the league championship in his Junior year and made NCAAs twice. He was voted Rookie of the Year during his Freshman year as well as MVP during his Sophmore and Senior years. Mosca set records for career wins and GAA in a season, GAA in a career, shutouts in a season and shutouts in a career. He is currently the Goalie Coach for Curry College.

Mike Ronan

Growing up in South Boston and Braintree, MA, Mike has been a life long friend of Brian, and has coached with Brian now for three (3) years.  Mike, an alum of Archbishop Williams like Brian, posted a stellar high school and junior playing career, followed by starting at DIII Curry college and then Salem State.  After his college playing career Mike moved on to play in the Southern Professional Hockey League for Hunstville and Richmond before retiring to work with goaltenders on New England.

Rob Campbell

A native of Braintree, Rob grew up playing for multiple select organizations throughout the state. Rob started 4 years at Braintree High School with compiling numerous awards including a Boston Globe All-Scholastic and multiple patriot ledger all scholastic awards. Rob also played a prep year at Bridgton Academy before moving onto the college ranks and playing at DIII Salve Regina University. Rob has coached with Brian for 4 years.

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Joe Dawson
Joe grew up in Minnesota and started for Hill-Murray High School. He left at the age of 17 to play in what was then the MWEHL U18 league winning team MVP’s in back to back seasons. Afterwards, he would go on to play juniors in the AJHL (Alberta, Ca), the NAHL, and the EJHL (now USPHL). Joe finished his career at Curry College helping win back to back conference championships and holds the GAA record in a season. Joe has coached with Thayer Academy, Brown University, and is currently back with Curry College.
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