“There is no position in sport as noble as Goaltending”

Your Goalie registration for CT Breakers includes Twice-weekly team practices, with esteemed goalie coach Mike Mammone attending one full practice per week for Mite, Squirt, Peewee and Bantam Breakers teams as well as our Sunday Goalie Clinic led by CT Crease (8 Sessions). The Best Spring Goalie offering in the area. Period.

Coaches Include:

Mike Mammone
Mike is a distinguished figure in the world of youth hockey and goalie coaching. Mike has served as the lead goalie instructor for New Canaan Winter Club and currently serves as the Head Goalie Coach for Post University’s Men’s team as well as Trinity College’s Women’s team. Mike’s influence extends further as he has served as head coach and assistant coach for numerous local youth teams at all levels and several local Junior (U20) teams. Mike’s dedication to player development sets him apart as a leader in the world of goalie coaching.

Craig Height | CT Crease
Craig is currently in his 7th season as the goalie coach for the Sacred Heart University Men’s NCAA D1 Ice Hockey Team. He has also served as goalie coach for The Wesleyan University Women’s team, Central Connecticut State University and the CT Roughriders of the EHL. 
Craig was a four-year starter at Central Connecticut State University, where he led the team to a national championship appearance in 2008. Craig joined CT Crease full time in 2009 after completing his degree.

Craig Ryan | CT Crease
Craig Ryan joined CT Crease as an instructor in 2018. Craig is a Connecticut native who played his youth hockey with the Wallingford Hawks and later High School for Lyman Hall and Hebron Academy. After graduating from Hebron in 2009, Craig went on to play 2 seasons in the EJHL for the Bridgewater Bandits and  New England Huskies. After his junior career he went on to play 4 seasons at the University of New England.

Connecticut Crease is the longest-running private hockey goalie training program in Connecticut. Established in 2002, Connecticut Crease has developed an impressive clientele over the years, from beginners to goalies playing at NCAA Division 1.