Jack played College Hockey at Boston College and then the University of New England. After his college hockey, he signed a pro contract with the Washington Capitals in 1979. His professional career was cut short due to injury, which launched his coaching career.
Jack has spent the last 25 years coaching at the High School and Junior Hockey level. In Jack's recent years as a coach, Jack was the Head Coach of the Hartford Jr Wolfpack in the USPHL and before that, the Maine Wild in the NA3
Jim Mosso graduated from Fitchburg with a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He began his junior hockey coaching career with the Jr. Flyers U18 Tier 1 Elite and MJHL teams. Then, he became head coach of the Hartford Jr. Wolfpack (EHL). His first season with the Vermont Lumberjacks he was awarded 2016 EHL Coach of the Year.
A native of Burlington, VT., Matt Welch returns to the junior hockey level as a former player for the Green Mountain Glades (EJHL) and Full Stride Flyers (Empire League). Welch moved to the Colligate level where he played his freshman season at Fitchburg State in 2006-2007. Transferring his sophomore year, Welch finished his collegiate career at Adrian College in Adrian, MI. Matt graduated from Adrian in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture & Interior Design.
After College, Welch was drafted into the AAHL, extending his playing career for a short time at the minor league level. Matt currently has a career as a Professional Kitchen Designer in Montpelier, VT.
Welch’s has devoted years to helping run hockey camps and clinics, along with private lessons. Welch has been a goalie coach of the Vermont Goaltender Academy, Tim Thomas Hockey Camp, and Rodger Nielson Hockey Camp. Since 2011, Welch has been the goalie coach at Champlain Valley Union High School. In 2014, he helped lead them to a Vermont State Championship in men’s Division 1 Ice Hockey. Welch’s soul focus of the goaltending position strives to help the younger generation achieve their goals.