VINsanity Camp Director
Vincent Conanan has played for seventeen years. During his youth career he played Tier 2 level for the Old Bridge Junior Knights and the Red Bank Generals. He played at the Tier 1 level for the New Jersey Devils Youth 16 and 18 National teams. He was fortunate enough to tryout and make the Atlantic District USA National Player Development Camp for four consecutive years (2007-2011).
When he began to play at the Junior B Level for the Metro Moose (MET league), he was sent to the Corpus Christi Icerays (NAHL) in Corpus Christi Texas. Also, he has achieved to play at the Junior A level for the New York Bobcats (AJHL) and the New Jersey Hitmen (USPHL).
San Jose Sharks (NHL)
Cornell (NCAA), Lehigh Valley (AHL), CCM/AHL Rookie of the Month, Four Year career with Cornell, led Big Red in scoring during senior season
Rumson, New Jersey born professional hockey player. Played at the Red Bank Generals and Devils Youth Hockey program growing up. 2016-17: 2nd professional season with 49 point 10 goals 39 assist. 2015-16: In his first full AHL season, led all Barracuda Blueliners in points and plus/minus (+11)…Ranked 11th amongst rookie AHL d-men in points…Scored first AHL goal on Nov. 28 vs Texas in a 5-4 win… Ranked 1st on team with 3 points (three assists) in four playoff games
2014-15: Helped Cornells penalty kill finish first in the nation (91.1 percent)…A member of the leagues best power-play unit (tied) with a 20.3 percent success rate… Finished 2nd in assists (13) and 4th in points (14) on Cornell, despite an injury-shortened season (both categories ranked 1st among defensemen)…Finished his career at Cornell with 78 points (19-59=78) in 123 games, recording the most points from a defenseman since 2002-03…Named to the NCAA (ECAC) First All-Star Team and NCAA All-Ivy League First Team…Made his professional debut with Worcester on April 3 at Wilkes-Barre Scranton…Registered his first professional point (assist) with Worcester on April 7 at Portland
Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
Cornell (NCAA, Lehigh Valley (AHL), CCM/AHL Rookie of the Month (January) (11-games, 6 goals, 6 assists, 12 points, +11 rating).
Missed 21 combined games (10/23/15-11/7/15, 11/11/15-12/9/15) due to injuries last season. First Pro Goal: March 20, 2015, Lehigh Valley at Hartford (first professional game). Pro Debut: March 20, 2015, Lehigh Valley at Hartford Signed to ATO (amateur try-out) by Lehigh Valley on March 20, 2015. Signed entry-level contract beginning with 2015-16 season with Philadelphia Flyers on March 12, 2015. Four-year career at Cornell University (NCAA): 103 games, 18g, 35a, 53pts, 82pim. Led Big Red in total scoring (22 points) during 2014-15 season (senior season). Won gold medal with United States at 2013 World Junior Championships in Ufa, Russia (teammates with Shayne Gostisbehere). Two seasons with U.S. National Team Development Program (Ann Arbobr, MI) (2009-11): 59 games, 8g, 15a, 23pts, 48pim
Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
Joeseph grew up playing at Staten Island Rangers, Bayone Rangers and New Jersey Rockets. NHL: Signed a two-year entry-level contract with the Edmonton Oilers on March 28, 2017. He played six games with the Bakerfield Condors (AHL) to finish the season. 2016-17 Season: Gambardella led the team in scoring with a career-high 52 points with a +21 rating, to go along with a career-high 18 goals and 34 assists, playing in all 41 games for the River Hawks. Named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team for his six-point (1g,5a) effort and +4 rating in five contests. Was the first UMass Lowell player ever to win the Walter Brown Award, given annually to the top American born player in New England and was also named to the New England Hockey Writers All-Star Team. He was named a Second-Team Hockey East All-Star and earned the Len Ceglarski Individual Sportsmanship Award for the second consecutive season at the leagues annual awards banquet on March 16th. Ranked tied of ninth in the nation in points and his 34 assists were tied for seventh nationally. Played two seasons with the Des Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League … Totaled 45 points (19g, 26a) in 79 career games with the Buccaneers … Second on the team in scoring with 36 points in 48 games in 2012-13 … Tied for the team lead with three game winning goals.