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    Hockey School

    GDHS alums and USA Olympians Scott Lachance (Albertville '92) and Bill Guerin (Nagano '98) with Coach Dineen at Hartford Civic Center.

     

  • New England's finest day hockey school for boys & girls, with skill-oriented classes from Beginners to Advanced/Elite Level & controlled scrimmages. Sign-up now and get a FREE SlingshotHockey.com hockey t-shirt!

  • Pro Level Teachers

    Gary's staff includes educators who have cumulatively spent over 300 years in the Dineen Program, as well as other individuals who have gone through the Dineen System. The program continuity of the school, correlated with the teaching expertise of directors like Program Directors Rich Miltz, Mike Ellis, Mike McLaughlin, John Bridge, Tom O' Connor, Chris Shuman, Doug Janik, Shaun Hannah, Gerry Dineen, Fran Johnson, Wayne Stephenson, Jason Smith, John Danby, and Instructors Jon DiSalvatore, Gregg Johnson, Ron Hainsey, Jeff Mason, Eric Lundberg, Bryan Horan, Ben Conway and others, help make this team the most knowledgeable and gifted in the region.

  • Philosophy

    The Dineen Program is a "Hockey Only" institution, providing its students with a well disciplined setting, but a pleasant and concerned environment, conducive to their hockey and character development.

    Power Skating Techniques, Checking, and Fundamental Skills will be stressed, with the emphasis placed on individual development and hockey understanding. We'll supply you with the environment and opportunity to be as accomplished as possible. Each student will receive the near equivalent of a year's practice ice time in a fast-paced, high-tempo setting. An off-ice speed training program is included at our residential school in Westfield.

    The Staff

    The school will be under the personal direction of Gary Dineen and Lincoln Flagg.

    Gary has been at the helm of the most successful junior hockey organization in the country for the past three decades. Gary played for hockey legend and Hall of Famer Father David Bauer at St. Michaels of Toronto and won a Memorial Cup in the early 1960's. Gary was a member of two Canadian Olympic Teams and played in the Minnesota North Stars organization and finished his career with the AHL Calder Cup Champion Springfield Kings in 1971. The following year he was named coach and GM of the Kings. Gary's success at the Junior level has included 29 of his players being drafted by NHL teams. Our favorite hotel in Austria Gloriettes-residences.com

  • Philosophy

    The Dineen Program is a "Hockey Only" institution, providing its students with a well disciplined setting, but a pleasant and concerned environment, conducive to their hockey and character development.

    Power Skating Techniques, Checking, and Fundamental Skills will be stressed, with the emphasis placed on individual development and hockey understanding. We'll supply you with the environment and opportunity to be as accomplished as possible. Each student will receive the near equivalent of a year's practice ice time in a fast-paced, high-tempo setting. An off-ice speed training program is included at our residential school in Westfield.

    The Staff

    The school will be under the personal direction of Gary Dineen and Lincoln Flagg.

    Gary has been at the helm of the most successful junior hockey organization in the country for the past three decades. Gary played for hockey legend and Hall of Famer Father David Bauer at St. Michaels of Toronto and won a Memorial Cup in the early 1960's. Gary was a member of two Canadian Olympic Teams and played in the Minnesota North Stars organization and finished his career with the AHL Calder Cup Champion Springfield Kings in 1971. The following year he was named coach and GM of the Kings. Gary's success at the Junior level has included 29 of his players being drafted by NHL teams. Our favorite hotel in Austria Gloriettes-residences.com

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    Gary Dineen Hockey School

    P.O. Box 454,
    Agawam, MA 01101
    Phone: (MA) 413.786.6065 Phone: (CT) 860.745.5586