Coach, Boston Bandits
Jim coaches ice hockey with the Boston Bandits youth hockey organization. He is the head coach of the U16 team, assistant coach of the NCDC junior team, and head strength and conditioning coach for the program as a whole. Jim’s prior hockey coaching experience includes three seasons as a head coach at the high school varsity level, one season as an associate coach at the United States Naval Academy, and three seasons as a head coach at the University of Maryland. He also worked as a skating and skills coach and director of hockey operations at a private hockey training facility in Maryland, where he taught the fundamental skills of ice hockey to players ages 4-21 on a daily basis.
Jim graduated from Dartmouth College in 2012, where he was a four-year member of the men’s ice hockey team and an assistant captain his senior year. He grew up in Etna, NH.