shayne morrissey

Owner / Lead instructor

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 holds the Evansville Thunderbolts record for most goals scored in a single season.  He 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. Shayne is currently a coach for two Little Flyers AAA teams, Director of Female Hockey for the Little Flyers Girls program, along with being an assistant coach for Neumann University's NCAA Men's Hockey Team.

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grace klienbach


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 is currently a member of the Buffalo Beauts in the Premier Hockey Federation (Formerly knows as NWHL). 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. Grace is also currently a Director of Female Hockey for the Little Flyers Girls Program and Assistant Coach for the Neumann University NCAA Women's Hockey Team.


mike davis


From Newark, DE Mike played his youth hockey locally for the Ducks organization before graduating to playing 4 years of Junior Hockey for the Philadelphia Little Flyers (1 Season) and Amarillo Bulls (3 Seasons). Mike played 4 years of NCAA Hockey for Neumann University (2 Years) & and Stevenson University (2 Years) where he amassed a total of 96 points in 105 games. Mike turned pro in 2018, splitting time with the Birmingham Bulls (SPHL) Norfolk Admirals (ECHL). Mike and Coach Shayne were teammates and linemates in both college and pro hockey. 


rebekah lucas


From Feasterville, PA, Rebekah played youth hockey for the Lady Patriots and NJ Colonials prior to committing to Neumann University to play NCAA hockey, playing alongside Coach Grace. In her 4 years at Neumann, Rebekah sits #1 all time in Neumann University women’s hockey  history in points, totaling 114 points in her 4 year career. She also led the nation in goals per game as an assistant captain in her senior year. 


Megan russelo


A native of Leamington, Ontario Canada, Megan played junior hockey with the Southwest Wildcats of the PWHL prior to committing to play NCAA hockey for Neumann University playing alongside Coach Grace. During her time at Neumann, Meg proved to be a consistent contributing player in all 4 years of college, amassing 49 points in 97 games played.  Her character and great leadership on and off the ice showed true when she was named Assistant captain of Neumann University in her senior year. 


Cyril morrissey


Currently residing in Newfoundland, Canada, Cyril will travel to Aston for select camps to add his 34 years of coaching experience to the list of coaches to our program. An advanced level one coach with Hockey Canada, Cyril has coached all levels from Mite to Midget AAA. During which he has won the Hockey Newfoundland Labrador Provincial Championship a total of 7 times in the past 13 years. He was also heavily involved in the Team Newfoundland High Performance Program for 6 years, along with coaching the Women's Team Newfoundland during the Canada Games in 2011. Cyril is currently a technical director for the St. John's Caps Minor Hockey organization.