Wizard Hockey is a competitive, travel, developmental team. Fun will always be a goal, but so also will be hard work, commitment to increased skill and ability, knowledge of hockey, and team play.
 
 
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Change Team: 

Please see below for information on the East Coast Wizard's boys coaching staff for the 2014-2015 season.

U18

Kory Falite, is a 2010 University of Massachusetts-Lowell graduate.  During his time at Lowell (2006-2010), Kory was a member of the Men’s Division 1 NCAA hockey program.  He compiled 60 goals and 46 assists, leading the team in goals all four seasons.  Kory was selected to the All-Hockey East Team in his Sophomore season, as well as representing the East in the Frozen Four Skills Challenge his Senior year.  In 2016 Falite was inducted into the UML Hockey Hall Of Fame.

After graduating Falite signed with the St. Louis Blues and was assigned to Alaska Aces of the ECHL. He played 69 games during the regular season collecting 45 points in his rookie year. He also played in 9 playoff games helping the Aces win both the ECHL regular season and the Kelly Cup playoffs.  Falite went on to play in over 250 professional games in the ECHL and the GET-Ligaen in Norway. 

In 2013, Falite joined his brother Craig in Hong Kong, as the Director of Hockey Operations for the Hong Kong Typhoons.  During his 3 years in Hong Kong he oversaw and coached in 7 leagues ranging from 8U – 17U.  He was the Head Coach and organizer of the World Selects/Typhoons Training program, for power skating and skills development program. He also coached the Hong Kong Selects four youth teams, connecting HK hockey to the world bringing these teams to various tournaments across the globe.  In 2014 & 2015 the HK Selects 12U team was the first Asian team to participate in the Quebec International Pee-Wee Tournament.  They made it to the semi-final in their division in 2014 losing in a shootout. 

Falite returned to the states in the summer of 2016, where he joined the East Coast Wizards Premier teams as the Assistant Coach.  Kory also Assisted with the Boston Junior Bruins 18U, and is the Co-Head Coach of the Wakefield High School Girls Varsity.  He also does skills full time with Elite-Skills Hockey and Dream Big Hockey Stars.          

 

 

U16 
Bobby Jay played professional hockey for 10 years including time with The Los Angeles Kings and a year in Sweden. He was an all-star defenseman and won two Turner Cups in the IHL with Ft Wayne and Detroit. During his senior season the Burlington, MA native captained Merrimack College to a 1988 NCAA quarterfinal appearance before falling to eventual champion Lake Superior State. Bobby coached 5 years in the AHL for the Los Angeles Kings, Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers organizations. Prior to joing the Wizards Bobby was an assistant coach of the Men's Hockey Team at Harvard University. He was also the Head Coach of the NWHL's Boston Pride for two seasons guiding the team to the inaugural Isobel Cup Championship in 2016 and a finals appearence in 2017.  He is currently Director of Hockey for the Wizards.


U14 

Sean Gorman captained the 1987 State Champions at Matignon High School where he received honors as the division's top defenseman as well as being selected to the Catholic All-Stars and Team Massachusetts.  Immediately following his senior season at Matignon, Sean was drafted by the Boston Bruins and went on to letter 4 four years at Princeton University.  While captain in his senior year, Sean was selected as a second-team All-Ivy player, and was chosen for the United States Select team which would play in the US-Soviet series against the Soviet Dynamo Riga team in Orlando, Florida.  He also received honors with the 1941 Championship Trophy awarded annually to that varsity player who best reflected the winning spirit of the 1941 championship team and in so doing was an inspiration to his teammates.  Sean was awarded the Media Three Star Award given annually to that member of the Princeton men’s hockey team who demonstrated outstanding game performance throughout the season.  After college, an injury sidelined Sean for a year and would seriously dampen his hockey career.  He went on to attend camps with the Boston Bruins and San Jose Sharks.  After a few years in the minor leagues, Sean left hockey to pursue a career in the financial industry.  He has coached youth hockey for over 15 years and currently lives in Arlington with his wife and three sons.

Mark E. Fusco has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of Aspen Technology since 2005. Before entering the business world, Fusco played in the National Hockey League for the Hartford Whalers and the 1984 U.S. Olympic Ice Hockey Team. He received the Hobey Baker Memorial Award in 1983 while at Harvard College as well as being named a three time All-American. He is a graduate of Harvard College and the Harvard Business School.
 
 
 
2004
 
Lane MacDonald (Co-Coach) was a two-time All-American at Harvard, captain of Harvard’s 1989 NCAA Championship team, the recipient of the 1989 Hobey Baker Award, a member of the 1988 USA Olympic Hockey team, and a draft choice of the Hartford Whalers although head injuries ended Lane’s playing career after college.  Lane started coaching youth hockey when he was 14 working at his father’s hockey camps in the US and Canada (Lane’s father played in the NHL for 13 years).  He subsequently co-founded a group of summer hockey camps that he ran for several years, and Lane also spent one season as an assistant coach at Harvard after college.  Lane graduated from Harvard College in 1989 and received his MBA from Stanford University in 1995.  Lane currently works in the Private Equity Group at Harvard Management Company and lives in Weston, MA with his wife and three children.
 
Jon Biotti (Co-Coach) played both baseball and hockey at Harvard College from which he graduated in 1991.  Growing up, Jon worked for seven years as a camp counselor at Paul Vincent’s Dynamic Skating.  Jon also received graduate school degrees from Harvard Business School (MBA, 1996) and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government (MPA, 1997).  Since graduation, Jon has worked at Charlesbank Capital Partners, a private equity firm based in Boston.  Jon lives in Cambridge, MA, with his wife and three children and serves on the Board of the Belmont Hill School, which he graduated from in 1987.  Jon has coached many different Wizards teams over the past five years including Wizards Development Team, Girls U8, Girls U10 and 2004 Boys. 
 
 
2005

Sean Gorman captained the 1987 State Champions at Matignon High School where he received honors as the division's top defenseman as well as being selected to the Catholic All-Stars and Team Massachusetts.  Immediately following his senior season at Matignon, Sean was drafted by the Boston Bruins and went on to letter 4 four years at Princeton University.  While captain in his senior year, Sean was selected as a second-team All-Ivy player, and was chosen for the United States Select team which would play in the US-Soviet series against the Soviet Dynamo Riga team in Orlando, Florida.  He also received honors with the 1941 Championship Trophy awarded annually to that varsity player who best reflected the winning spirit of the 1941 championship team and in so doing was an inspiration to his teammates.  Sean was awarded the Media Three Star Award given annually to that member of the Princeton men’s hockey team who demonstrated outstanding game performance throughout the season.  After college, an injury sidelined Sean for a year and would seriously dampen his hockey career.  He went on to attend camps with the Boston Bruins and San Jose Sharks.  After a few years in the minor leagues, Sean left hockey to pursue a career in the financial industry.  He has coached youth hockey for over 15 years and currently lives in Arlington with his wife and three sons.

 

2006

Mark Wallace played hockey at the collegiate level for the Bentley University Falcons, where he was a four-year starting defenseman, earning a Bachelor of Science in Management. After his senior season, he was offered minor league professional contracts in both the ECHL and SHL. Prior to attending Bentley, Mark was a Middlesex League All-Star defenseman and team Captain at Wakefield High School, where he was awarded the Charles T. Kirk trophy and the Red Czarnota award as most improved throughout his high school and youth hockey career. Prior to joining the Wizards coaching staff, Mark was a coach with the Assabet Patriots ‘06 and ‘04 hockey teams for two years. Mark has also been the USA hockey Coordinator, ran the learn to play hockey program, coached multiple teams and ran coaching clinics for SMS hockey. Mark currently is the VP of Sales & Marketing for a rapidly growing software company. Mark, his wife Alison, and two sons live in Stow.

 

2007

Brian West played four years varsity hockey at Shawsheen Tech HS, and was Captain his Senior year. He went on to play at Merrimack College for two years, before transferring to Salem State College. After graduating from Salem State, he went on to receive his Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from Western New England College.

 

West has been a police officer for the Town of Billerica for the past 23 years, and presently works as the School Resource Officer. He has been coaching youth hockey, and working with kids for many years.  He currently lives in Billerica, with his wife and two children.

 

 

2008

Mike Pandolfo

 

2009

Co-Coach David Green grew up in British Columbia, Canada where he played Jr. A hockey for Penticton Panthers & Merritt Centennials.   From 1993-1997, David played for the Providence College Friars where he won the Hockey East Title in 1996 & was Captain his Senior year; as well as being named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.  David continued his education to pursue his Masters in Business and currently is Senior Vice President at Otis & Ahearn Real Estate. 

2010

 

Patrick Aufiero  played three years of Varsity Hockey at Winchester High School before playing his senior season for the United States National U-18 Team, which was the program’s inaugural season.  Patrick moved on to play in college at Boston University where he was drafted by the New York Rangers.  During College, Patrick was selected to play for the 2000 US World Junior Hockey Team, which finished 4th in the World Junior Championship held in Sweden. After concluding his collegiate career,  Patrick signed with the Rangers and played  two seasons in their American Hockey League affiliate,  the Hartford Wolfpack.  Patrick played for the Providence Bruins during the 2004-2005 NHL lock-out before an injury cut his season short and concluded his career in Germany’s Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL) where he suffered a career ending knee injury.  

 

Patrick has coached throughout his career including in the Massachusetts Satellite Training Program and USA Hockey and most recently as the director of  Winchester Youth Hockey's Learn to Play Program. Patrick received his law degree from Suffolk University and is the General Counsel at Alternate Concepts, Inc.