Justin Selman

Camp Coach

Following two impressive seasons at Bergen Catholic, Justin played 2 years in the USHL for the Des Moines Buccaneers and the Sioux Falls Stampede before heading to Ann Arbor where he played 4 years for NCAA powerhouse UMichigan; earning an assistant captain role in his senior season. After an impressive final showing for the Wolverines putting up 31 points including 13 goals, Justin continued to impress signing a contract with the St. Louis Blues. Justin is currently in the Blues system spending time with the AHL affiliate the Chicago Wolves.

Cristoval Boo Nieves

Camp Coach

Cristoval started his career at the Kent School where he played 2 years before leaving to play for the USHLs Indiana Ice. in that time he competed in tournament play for USAs U18s. In 2012 “Boo” was selected in the 2nd round 59th overall by the New York Rangers. Nieves earned his way to sporting the famous UMichigan yellow and blue sweaters for 4 years where he wore an “A” for the Wolverines in his senior season. He then signed with the Hartford Wolfpack of the American Hockey League where he dressed for 8 games scoring 5 points. Cristoval is currently on an NHL deal with the New York Rangers and earned his first call up with the big club in 2016. In his debut the blue shirts faced off against the Vancouver Canucks.

Connor Leen

Camp Coach

After his impressive career with Don Bosco Prep, Leen spent a season with the Jersey Hitmen and finished 2nd in points the EJHL with 67, including 26 goals in just 43gp. He then headed north on i95 where he played 4 seasons with the University of Maine Black Bears. Following a 10 goal senior season at Maine Leen signed with the Bakersfield Condors where he notched his first pro goal. In 2016 Leen spent a season with the Wheeling Nailers, the ECHL affiliate of the Pittsburgh Penguins. He was part of and Eastern Conference Championship team whom fell short in the Kelly Cup Finals. He most recently sighed in Europe, and spent some time with Cortina, Italy, but came back due to injury. His rights are with the Brampton Beast, ECHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadians.

Ryan Rosenthal

Camp Coach

Ryan began his career at Bergen Catholic before heading to the Kent School for 3 years. During his time at Kent, Ryan scored 45 goals and had 42 assists in 80 games and was the assistant captain as a Senior. Ryan and Cristoval helped lead Kent to the New England championship in their Junior year. Then, after spending one year playing at the University of Vermont, Ryan decided to play junior hockey for the Coquitlam Express in the BCHL. In his one year, Ryan was named the captain of the team and led the Express to win the Fred Page Cup while totaling 51 goals and 37 assists in 73 games including playoffs. He then returned back to Hockey East to finish his NCAA career with Northeastern University. He attended rookie camp for the New Jersey Devils and the Montreal Canadiens and is now currently a free agent.

Alexx Privitera

Camp Coach

Alexx played his first two years of high school hockey for Bergen Catholic before leaving home to play for the NTDP. In two seasons playing for Boston University, Privitera logged 26 points (6g-20a) in 48 games. Privitera spent a year playing for the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the USHL after deciding to transfer to Vermont from Boston University. With the Fighting Saints, Privitera skated in 57 games and netted 44 points (11g-33a) while serving as the team captain. Privitera spent his final two college seasons at the University of Vermont where he scored 42 points (13g-29a) in 77 games. Privitera signed his first professional contract this year with the Manchester Monarchs, the ECHL affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings.

Craig Wyszomirski

Camp Coach

Craig started playing high school hockey for Don Bosco Prep for two years before leaving home to play at The Gunnery posting 13 goals and 37 assists in his final two seasons. Wyszomirski spent his freshman year of college playing for the Providence College Friars later deciding to head to the BCHL to play for the Surrey Eagles. In 71 games with the Eagles Wyszomirski posted 46 points (11g-35a). Craig also earned first team all-star recognition. Wiz transferred to Merrimack College where he played both defense and forward to be a versatile asset to the Warriors. In his final three college seasons he posted 5 points in 75 games for the Warriors. Wyszomirski signed his first professional contract with the Manchester Monarchs, the ECHL affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings. Wyszomirski earned his first call up to the Ontario Reign, AHL affiliate of the Kings in mid February.