Collegiate Prospect Combine
Seth Goodrich

Seth hails from Salisbury, Vermont, and played high school hockey for Salisbury for two seasons and then Trinity-Pawling his junior and senior year. After a postgraduate season with the Green Mountain Glades in the EJHL, Seth attended St. Anselm College where he played four years of varsity hockey and was named captain both his junior and senior years.

Most recently Seth has worked as coach and skills instructor for the North Shore Vipers. During his tenure as program director the Vipers emerged as a perennial Tier I contender at the state and national level. Seth directed and coached teams to a Mass State Championship and most recently, a USA Hockey National Championship. Seth is also the founder of Goodrich Hockey School and NA Elite Hockey where he has trained and developed over 40 NCAA Division I and III players and commits, including 6 Hockey East and ECAC commits this season.

Scott Pellerin

Scott played his collegiate hockey at the University of Maine. In his senior year (1991-92), he was the Hobey Baker award winner. Post graduation, Scott continued his career at the professional level by playing 12 years in the NHL / AHL. After his playing career, Scott coached at the AHL level for 8 seasons. Currently, he is the Associate Director of Hockey Development for the Montreal Canadiens.

Coaching Staff
Marty Pierce

Marty coached Boston College High School for 17 years from 1995-2012. He coached under Joe McCabe and John Flaherty. His duties included JV Head Coach, scouting, player and skill development.  Next he coached the North Shore Vipers for 3 years from 2017-2019. He was the Head Coach 2018 Vipers U13 National Championship Team and 2017 Bauer Fire on Ice Championship team U14 Division. Marty also played at Boston College High School from 1986-1989. He was the captain of the 1989 team and All Conference all star selection 1989 (Catholic Conference) He attended Fairfield University from 1989-1993 and was the captain of 1993 team.  ECAC south all conference 1993.