Email:   Password:  
 |  New Account  |  Forgot Password

Blake Bellefeuille » Head Instructor

Blake started his playing career at the Framingham youth hockey program where he led 3 of his teams to state titles. He continued his success attending Framingham High School where he was named team MVP all 4 years and finished his career as the Massachusetts Division 1 all-time top scorer. He still holds this title with 302 points.
After a tremendous schoolboy career, Blake pursued a business degree at Boston College on full scholarship. As a freshman, he had instant success capturing the Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors 4 times and he also had the privilege of representing the United States in the World Junior Hockey tournament where he won a silver medal in Geneva, Switzerland. As a junior, Blake captured the Hockey East Tournament MVP by scoring in overtime in the finals. His senior year, Blake was named assistant captain and team MVP. He finished his career with the Eagles winning 2 Hockey East Tournaments, reaching 3 Final Fours, and scoring 174 points which makes him 10 th all-time. He also finished as the career leader in goals for the Hockey East Tournament.
After his senior season ended, Blake immediately signed with the Columbus Blue Jackets making him the first American born player to sign with the new franchise. Blake played professional hockey for 8 years; playing over 400+ professional games in the NHL, AHL and ECHL combined. In his final 2 years playing pro, Blake had the privilege of serving as team captain and player coach for the Charlotte Checkers.
Blake currently coaches the Junior Bruins 18u team as well as the Minuteman Flames 14u team. He also runs the Framingham Middle School Hockey Program and serves as a Director for the Central Mass Outlaws Hockey Club where he also coaches a 18u half season team. He also coaches for the New England Crows summer program.

Phone: 704-502-5208

Jeremy Wilson » Head Instructor

Jeremy was born and raised in Shrewsbury Massachusetts. A standout athlete who was passionate about the sport of Hockey from day one of lacing up his skates. As a youngster and through his teenage years he trained vigorously under Paul Vincent where he amassed his core skating skill and keen hockey sense. After playing as an 8th grader on the Varsity Hockey team at St. Peter Marian, Jeremy was recruited by Cushing Academy where he play 4 years of Varsity Hockey, his junior and senior years he served as Captain for the Penguins years under head coach Steve Jacobs. Notched 42 points as a junior left wing, registered 38 points in his senior season and was selected as Cushing's Best Defensive Player in 1997-98. Led Cushing Academy to the New England prep school title in 1995-96 and 1997-98. Also played on the school's football and track teams; Cushing's football team won the New England title in each of his last three years. Earned Cushing's Scholar-Athlete Award in 1998-99. Also played in Hockey Night in Boston where he won the Mr. Hustle Award.
During his junior year at Cushing Academy Jeremy verbally committed to the Boston College Eagles where is was highly recruited and awarded a full scholarship by Coach Jerry York. 1999-2000: Played in 36 games for Boston College. 2000-2001: Played junior hockey at Cedar Rapids Roughriders of the USHL. 2001-2002: Jeremy red shirted and returned to Hockey East the season of 2002-2003 with Merrimack College Warriors where he finished colligate hockey career. At Merrimack Jeremy graduated with a degree with Sociology. In 2006 Jeremy tryout for the reality TV show, To Be a Bruin. He was one of the player contestants and finished 2nd overall just missing a spot as an invitee to the Boston Bruins training camp.
Jeremy brings 15 years of professional power skating and skill development experience and has created curriculum for a variety of skill development programs. His knowledge and understanding of skating and hockey skills is evident through his teaching style and attention to detail.
Jeremy currently coaches the Central Mass Outlaws and North Stars. He also coaches the New England Crows summer program.

Phone: 508-904-3702

Will Ortiz » Head Instructor

Will Ortiz's hockey career started as a standout at Framingham High School.  After leading Framingham High to the state finals his senior year, he was recruited to play at Salisbury Prep.  At Salisbury, He continued his great play and led his team to a New England Prep title.  Following his championship run with Salisbury Prep, he accepted a scholarship to play at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.  He concluded his strong play at UMass playing 131 games recording 33 goals and 39 assist for 72 points.  Immediately after his senior year, he joined the Cincinnati Cyclones in the ECHL for their playoff run.  Making significant contributions, his team ended up winning the Kelly Cup in 2010.   Instead of pursuing a pro hockey career, Ortiz started coaching that fall back at Framingham High School. After serving as assistant hockey coach for the last 5 years, he took over as head coach this past fall.  This season he led the Flyers back to the Div 1 finals; the first time since 2004 when he was a senior.  Ortiz is also the junior varsity baseball coach as well as a math teacher at Framingham high.  He is also a head instructor at Versatile Hockey and involved with the New England Crows summer teams.

Phone: 774-279-5487

Jaymie Harrington » Head Instructor

Born and raised in Sterling, Massachusetts, Harrington was a standout player at St. John's High School in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. As a senior captain, Harrington helped lead St. John's to the 1999 Massachusetts Division 1 State Championship. Was an HNIB All Scholastic and Major Showcase Standout throughout his high school career alongside Versatile's Jeremy Wilson. Following St. John's, Harrington was a league all star for the Boston Jr. Bruins in the EJHL in 1999-00 which led to a tender offer from the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the USHL for the 2000-01 season. Harrington finished his USHL career with the Chicago Steel in 2001-02. Harrington earned a scholarship to Iona College NCAA Division 1 before transferring within Atlantic Hockey to Canisius College after Iona discontinued the Men's Hockey Program following his freshmen year. Following a successful collegiate career at Canisius, Harrington went from one side of the bench to the other and moved on to Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH. After one season as the assistant coach, Harrington was promoted and took over the program for the next 7 seasons. During his time at the helm, Harrington led the Franklin Pierce Ravens to numerous awards and program records/firsts as he worked to rebuild a struggling program, including the 2012-13 Northeast 10 Coach of the Year Award and also a 2012-13 Ed Jeremiah National Division III Coach of the Year finalist. Coach Harrington transitioned to the Junior Hockey level following the 14-15 season and coached within the Boston Junior Bruins Organization, as well as, teaching local skills clinics and camps throughout Massachusetts. Harrington is currently the Head Coach at The Hillside School in Marlborough, Ma. Coach Harrington holds two education degrees, a B.S. in Physical Education from Canisius College and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Franklin Pierce University.
Phone: 508-864-9419

Joe Palange » Head Instructor

Joe started his career as part of the Worcester Crusaders as both a player and later a coach. After playing his select hockey for the Crusaders, Joe went on to play for Marian High School in Framingham MA where he helped lead his team to a state semifinal appearance in his Sophmore season. As a senior, He served as Captain and helped lead the team to a second round playoff experience. Following Marian, he played NCAA Division 3 hockey for Nichols College in the ECAC Northeast. Following his playing time at Nichols, Joe helped start the Nichols Women's Hockey program. After 3 Years in the ACHA, he also helped develop that program into an NCAA program. Joe spent another 3 years coaching that team at the NCAA level. Following coaching at Nichols, Joe started personal and team skills clinics for PuckMasters out of Marlboro MA. Currently, he is entering his fifth season as Head Coach of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Hockey program, as a part of Division 2 ACHA. Joe is also very involved with the New England Crows summer program as a scout and coach.
Phone: 978-790-0405

Mike Looney » Head Instructor

Teddy Doherty » Head Instructor


David Belbin » Head Instructor