Coach Brendan Reilly, Jr.

Coach Reilly is a USA Hockey Level 4 Coach. Some of NJ’s top hockey players are a representation of the skillful coaching and training they’ve received by Coach Reilly. His teaching methodology includes mastering power skating techniques, speed development, and repetition with positive reinforcement.  Coach Reilly’s extraordinary experience and expertise have resulted in a consistent track record for developing high-level players who moved on to division one college hockey, junior-level hockey and has been hired by NHL and KHL professional hockey players for his Unique training.

Brendan has been playing ice hockey for over 40 years, including semi-professional hockey for the NEHL’s Jamestown Titans. He was inducted into Saint Joseph’s Regional High School Hockey Hall of Fame and was honored by the 2013 NHL draft picks. Early in his career, he played in 2 highly regarded NJSIAA State Championship games as a member of the Saint Joseph’s Regional High School hockey team. As a Green Knight player for Saint Joseph’s Regional High School, Brendan played against some of the top Swiss teams in Switzerland. Brendan’s skills played a major part in helping his team win the NJIHL “A” Conference title.  At the age of 17, Brendan played in many Junior “A” showcases, which lead him to several invites to play in the USHL. He also played in the Frozen Flashback Charity Game, which raised $250,000.00, for Hockey Fights Cancer as a member of the St. Josephs Green Knights versus the Delbarton Green Wave 1989 alumni teams. The NJ Senate and state assembly honored both teams for their historic charitable event, for “The game that was never played”.