NJC 12U Major

NJC 12U Major (Pee Wee A White)

Manager:  Greg Brozowski




  • Crimson Classic, Harvard, MA – September 13-15, 2019
  • Rochester Fire on Ice Tournament, NY – November 1-3, 2019
  • Colonials Girls Tier 1 Showcase, NJ – December 21-22, 2019
  • Taft School Jamboree, CT – February 1, 2020

Pat Hennessy

Dan Nacinovich

CEP Level 3


Coaching Experience:

  • New Jersey Colonials
  • Chatham Youth Hockey (Board)

Playing Experience:

  • Columbia University (Club)
  • University of Michigan (Club)
  • Lakeland (Juniors)
  • Little Caesars Youth Hockey


Born and raised in the Detroit metro area, Dan has served in various youth coaching positions for several years.  Dan played his youth hockey & soccer for Little Caesars, Lakeland (Juniors), University of Michigan, Columbia University (MBA).  During his collegiate career, he served as team captain for 2 seasons.  He remains involved in community (Chatham Youth Hockey Board) youth development and with local Club teams, boys & girls.  Dan is currently the Chief Revenue Officer for tech company TenFour, he was also part of the early leadership teams at Salesforce, Xant and Yext.

Dan drives his players to strive for the very best, both in academics and athletics.  He believes strongly in building love & passion for the game while developing the work ethic and character on and off the ice, to be successful contributors in life.

Ryan Hughes

CEP Level 4


Coaching Experience:

  • New Jersey Colonials Boys and Girls

Playing Experience:

  • Boston Bruins (NHL)
  • Providence Bruins, Cornwall Aces (AHL)
  • Chicago Wolves, Quebec Rafales (IHL)
  • Cornell University (NCAA, DI)
  • Lac St-Louis Lions (CAN JrA)


Ryan Hughes grew up playing in Montreal.  He was the leading scorer of the Lac St. Louis Midget AAA Lions, from where he was recruited to play for Cornell University.  He played for Cornell for 4 years, was two-time Captain and MVP, and amassed over 100 career college points.  Ryan was selected in the 2nd round of the NHL draft after his freshman year, and played for Team Canada in the World Junior Championships.  Ryan played in the American Hockey League for 4 years, as well as a few games in the NHL with the Boston Bruins in 1995.   He was the leading scorer and  named MVP of the Providence Bruins in 95-96.