Female Spring ID SKATE /Coaching staff

Updated: Feb 3








We are thrilled to be announcing our ID skate dates and coaching staff for our female spring teams!


ID Skates for each team will be as Follows:


ALL AT ICE WORKS SKATING COMPLEX - RINK 4

FEBRUARY 20 - 5:15-6:15PM (U10&U12) / 6:30-7:30pm (U14/U16/U19)

FEBRUARY 27 - 5:15-6:15PM (U10&U12) / 6:30-7:30pm (U14/U16/U19)

MARCH 6 - 5:15-6:15PM (U10&U12) / 6:30-7:30pm (U14/U16/U19)


*Note* - Each skate will cost $20. Registration for the full program online will be your registration for the ID Skates/Clinics. If you have already registered, that registration will still be used for these ID Skates. If you have not registered already, you can register your player online at: https://www.1494hockey.com/femalespringteams


Payment for the full spring program is not required until teams are picked, and ID Skates have been finished. Only payment required is the $20 per ID Skate ($60 total). Payment can be received in the following ways: Cash on Arrival / Check (Made Payable to 14/94 Hockey Co) / Venmo (@hockey1494) / PayPal (sm14hockey@gmail.com).


Here is the list of coaches for our spring teams. Lots of playing and coaching experience to help these girls develop throughout their time in the program!


Darrell Fauver - U10 (ALL LEVELS)

After playing for the Lehigh Valley Comets Junior team, Darrell played his college hockey at Drexel University where he was named League MVP in 2000. After his playing days, Darrell jumped right into coaching with the Atlantic District 87’s, Little Flyers Bantam, Drexel University, Jr. Flyers Midget 16U and also served as a scout for the Sioux Falls Stampede of the USHL.


Lauren Patterson – U12 (ALL LEVELS)

Entering her 15th season of coaching - Lauren comes to 1494 with a huge amount of experience in the world of girls hockey! Growing up, Lauren played boys and girls hockey from high school to tier 1 and college for many organizations as a goaltender. She was one of the first goaltenders (and only female) ever selected into the Ridley High School Hockey Hall of Fame for her playing career as well as building the program. In her final year of competitive hockey, she was drafted and played with the eventual CWHL Clarkson Cup winning Boston Blades.

Lauren is completely dedicated to building girls hockey - she has helped start the girls hockey program in Lehigh Valley and has spent the last five years building up the Lady Patriots. We are thrilled to have someone with Lauren's passion and credentials behind the bench for 1494 Hockey!


Erin Dougherty – U12 (ALL LEVELS)

Erin comes to Aston 1494s finishing up her second season coaching with the Lady Patriots U12AA! Growing up in the Delaware County area, Erin played for various boys and girls organizations excelling at both offense and defense. She continued playing at St Joe's University where she was the president of the women's hockey program and she was the leading goal scorer for not just her team, but the entire league! She led her team her senior year to a perfect undefeated season and helped her team capture a championship. Erin has always displayed passion/leadership both as a player and coach so we are excited to have her part of our program!


Shayne Morrissey – U14 (ALL LEVELS)

A native of St. John's, NL, Canada, Shayne played junior hockey in Canada before committing to play NCAA college hockey with Neumann University. Shayne was named ECAC West Rookie of the Year in 2014 after his first season in college. After graduating in 2017, he sits 5th all time in career points scored with 108 points in 4 years. Shayne turned pro in 2017, splitting time between the SPHL and ECHL, where he now holds the Evansville Thunderbolts record for most goals scored in a single season. A CEP Level 4 USA Hockey Coach, Shayne also brings a wealth of coaching experience, coaching for 10 years with Xtreme Hockey programs in Canada, along with coaching Philadelphia Little Flyers and Delco Phantoms teams while attending college in Aston, PA.


Grace Klienbach – U 14 (ALL LEVELS)

A native of Eustis, FL, Grace played for the Boston Shamrocks in the JWHL prior to committing to play NCAA hockey with Neumann University where she captained the team during her Junior and Senior Year. After graduating in 2017, Grace was drafted to the Toronto Fury in the CWHL, but elected to sign her first pro contract with the Connecticut Whale in the NWHL. In just her second season with the Whale she was named an NWHL All Star. Along with playing in the All Star Game, she participated in the fastest skater in the skills competition. Grace has worked with Delco Phantoms teams during her time in college, along with coaching group sessions and private lessons for Fairfield Ice Academy in Connecticut. Grace is a great role model for young girls involved in hockey and advocate for the growth of women's hockey worldwide.


Sarah Hughson – U16 (ALL LEVELS)

Sarah joins the 1494s coaching staff with lots of playing and coaching experience! A native of Connecticut, Sarah attended The Gunnery School in Washington, CT for all 4 years of high school, where after graduating she committed to playing NCAA Hockey for Elmira University. Sarah’s 4 years at Elmira included competing in the NCAA Division III Hockey National Tournament all four years. Her senior year, she led the program in points, game winning goals, and power play goals, which led to being named a First Team NCAA All-American, UCHC Player of the Year, Elmira College Athlete of the Year, and UCHC Tournament MVP. After graduating Sarah signed a pro contract with the Connecticut Whale in the NWHL for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 season. After graduating in 2018, Sarah also became the assistant coach for girls varsity ice hockey at Choate Rosemary Hall for two seasons. Currently, she is the new assistant coach for the varsity girls ice hockey team at Greenwich Country Day School, the head coach for a u10 team at Greenwich Skating Club.


U19 Coach TBD




Frequently Asked Questions:


Do you have any exact dates for tournaments?

- Once ID Skates have been completed, we will evaluate each team, and choose tournaments in which we feel they can compete best. With the current COVID situation, we also do not want to promise a tournament to our players and parents and not follow through. We are hoping at a later date, we will have a better idea of which tournaments will be happening, and can give everyone plenty of notice to plan for other spring sports, vacations, school events, etc. If we are able to find a way to determine tournament dates prior to the end of ID Skates, we will notify everyone immediately so they can plan accordingly.


When will the weekend skills camp be?

- Since the USA Hockey Youth season has been extended into April, we are planning for our Weekend Skills Camp to be after tryouts for the 2021-2022 Youth Season, to ensure we don't interfere with games/nationals/tryouts. We are estimating for the weekend camp to be sometime in May.


Do I have to pay everything up front now?

- By structuring the program the way we have, you only have to pay for the 3 ID Skates first, then after teams are picked, and you are notified of tournaments, then the full Spring cost of $675 will be due.



If you have any further questions please let us know. We look forward to seeing you all at our skates February 20th!