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Nassau County Lions Seeking Coaches for 22-23 Season
The Nassau County Lions Hockey program is seeking qualified individuals to join its coaching staff for the upcoming 2022-2023 travel hockey season.
As one of Long Island’s premier programs, the Lions have served as the travel hockey home for numerous NHL, collegiate, prep school, and junior players throughout its 50-plus years of existence.
The Nassau County Lions’ home facility, Cantiague Park in Hicksville, features a number of amenities for our coaches and players, including a 125-plus-acre park centrally located in Nassau County, a fully stocked weight room, several meeting rooms for classroom and off-ice instruction, video and AV equipment for classroom instruction, and skill-enhancing off-ice training tools for use program-wide.
Candidates interested in joining the Nassau County Lions are asked to submit their resume for consideration to Scott Gerstner at
The Nassau County Lions 12U A team left the Sunshine State and hit the road to the Green Mountain State, recently traveling to Jay Peak Vermont to compete in the 2021 Green Mountain Avalanche Series.
The team was placed in a tight draw for the entire weekend, as the Lions finished their trip with a 1-1-2 record, defeating the Manchester Flames 6-2 in their opening game before falling by a slim 1-0 margin to the West Hartford Wolves in game two.
The Lions offense was on full display in game three, a 6-6 tie against the Connecticut Whalers, and they finished their stay with a 1-1 tie in a rematch against Manchester.
Many of the Lions players enjoyed a solid weekend on the ice at the Jay Peak Ice Haus, highlighted by the following:
•Outstanding goaltending from Brandon Hujber who backstopped the Lions in three out of the four games
•Luke Afanasewicz for netting two goals in the 6-6 shootout against the Whalers, including the game-tying goal with just six seconds left on the clock
•Darren Qu playing a solid 200-foot game, displaying his steady offensive and defensive abilities
•Mitch Daab for netting seven of the Lions total goals over the weekend, scoring half the goals for the team.
The boys had plenty of down time over their trip to enjoy their time away from the rink, hitting the indoor water park and the slopes of Jay Peak throughout the weekend.
Next up for the 12U A Lions, is a trip to Boston for the 2022 CCM Martin Luther King Tournament.
Nassau County Hockey will be offering its logo apparel via online provider Squad Locker. All orders can be submitted online, using the Nassau County Hockey logo. Click on the logo below to begin your Squad Locker experience.