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Meet our Coaches

The New Jersey ICEDOGS 2021 - 2022 Coaches



Andrew Ross - Midget 16U/18U
Bobby Castella - Midget 16U/18U



Dan Murphy, Bantam

Dan Murphy comes to the ICEDOGS with over 30 years of coaching and player experience. He has played 4 years of Division 3 college hockey and has coached at various age levels including several years with Dumont Roller Hockey. Dan coached with us in 2016 - 17 and quickly established himself with the players and parents by sharing his wealth of hockey knowledge, positive teaching style and professionalism behind the bench. We are happy to have Dan back with the ICEDOGS and look forward to another great year.

Jon Jones - PeeWee

Jon Jones has long roots with the NJ ICEDOGS. In addition to being a former player, he was a part of a very special group who were the first team to have donned an ICEDOG Jersey. Jon went on to play travel hockey and high school hockey and has coaching experience with local teams. He is a strong communicator whose love and enthusiasm for the game can only be compared to his compassion and willingness to see the kids succeed. Jon, welcome home!

Chase Hausler, Squirts

Chase played on the first ever Icedogs team and was the first starting goalie. He played 5 years with the Icedogs - winning many tournaments and championships along the way.  Chase's mom, Mary, and dad, Charlie, were board members on the original Ice Dogs board that started the club.  Chase also played varsity hockey with Paramus High school winning team MVP his senior year.  Chase continued his career playing college hockey at William Patterson University.

Erick Echeverria, Mites 

Erick is a lifelong hockey fan and player at Fair Lawn High School. Erick continues to play in adult leagues and has turned his attention to giving back through coaching. Erick‚Äôs coaching experience includes assisting with the Fair Lawn Clinic, coaching with the Ice Dogs Mites regular season and spring Clinic. Erick will stress the fundamentals of hockey, as well as team work, discipline and most of all developing a love for the game. Erik is a large part of why our Mite program has been so successful.