24-25 NJC 16U AA

Manager:  Alfred Nunan

League:  NJYHL


2024 Mid-Atlantic Summer Showcase – Hatfield, PA (August 16-18, 2024)

2025 Bethlehem Steel City Shootout – Bethelehem, PA (January 18-20, 2025)


2024-25 SEASON
# First Last Position Grad Year College Commitment
7 Dillon Stepnowski D 2027
8 Parker Mason D 2027
9 Denis Nunan F 2027
10 Landon Brisby D 2027
16 Ryan McSherry F 2028
19 Judah Leshin F 2027
21 Quinn Isherwood F 2027
23 Kevin Pancik F 2027
26 Henry Moore D 2027
27 Owen Chandler F 2028
29 Joseph Izzo F 2028
31 Nate Pryslak G 2027
35 Sebastian Parillo G 2028
36 Hayden Marshall F 2028
81 Ryan Wu D/F 2028
85 Alexei Doherty F 2028
91 Matthew Campbell F 2027

Last Updated: June 27, 2024


Experienced staff with a wealth of knowledge and a passion for athlete growth and development.

Braviak M 21



CEP Level 5

Coaching Experience:

  • New Jersey Colonials
  • Morristown Beard JV
  • Morris Catholic High School

Playing Experience:

  • New Jersey Colonials
  • Whippany Park High School

Mike Braviak has coached all age groups with the Colonials. He is the JV ice Hockey Head Coach at Morristown-Beard School. Mike is recognized for his ability to develop and prepare players for the next level.

Coach Braviak, a native of Whippany, New Jersey, played his entire youth hockey career, from 8U to 18U, with the New Jersey Colonials.  He attended Whippany Park High School, where he was a 4-year Varsity player, 2-year captain, and 2-time conference all-star.  After high school, he attended Fairleigh Dickinson University where he was a member of the cross country and golf teams.

Lee, T 22



CEP Level 5

Coaching Experience:

  • New Jersey Colonials
  • Chatham High School (Assistant Coach)

Playing Experience:

  • Bloomsburg University (ACHA)
  • Whippany Park High School

Tyler Lee has served as a head coach and assistant on several NJC teams. He serves as an assistant coach with Chatham, a Public State B finalist in 2022-23.  Coach Lee focuses on development and progression so each player improves within the team environment.

A native of Morris County, Lee attended Whippany Park High School, where he played varsity ice hockey. He attended and played hockey at Bloomsberg University where he contributed 39 points in 50 games


The New Jersey Colonials Youth Hockey Association's mission is to provide a quality environment for learning, playing and enjoying the game of ice hockey.