Jon Hutcheon - Jon is a co-owner of Elev802 Boston. Jon had a successful hockey career that included four years playing professionally before transitioning into coaching. He started his predecessor company, High End Hockey, in 2010 with a small skills group and summer tournament team. Alumni of Jon’s programs have competed at the NCAA, minor pro, Olympic and NHL levels. Jon spent 5 years with the St. Louis Blues as a skills coach every summer during their Development Camp and worked with 14 of their players on the 2019 Stanley Cup Championship Blues. Before opening Elev802 Boston, Jon won two USA Hockey 18U National Championships with the Neponset Valley River Rats and South Kent Selects Academy.
Chris Dyment - Chris is also a co-owner of Elev802 Boston. Chris grew up playing hockey in Reading and went on to play for Boston University and then professionally across the United States and in Europe before transitioning into the coaching field. "Dymes" began his predecessor company, CDH Development, in 2016 and has trained countless players from mites to the NHL. Chris has coached various programs in the area, including the NH Junior Monarchs and the Islanders Hockey Club, and has run the skills programs for Reading youth hockey, Boston Hockey Academy and North Shore Shamrocks.
Shawn Hutcheon - Shawn has been a skills instructor for the past 20 years previously with High End Hockey and the Hockey Academy. Shawn played collegiate hockey at Fitchburg State University and then embarked upon a referee career that saw him officiate numerous Boston Bruins training camps and IIHF World events.
Alex Molnar - Born and raised in Nitra, Slovakia. Alex has played competitive hockey since age 6 and went through all levels of hockey until retirement at the professional level in 2015. Notable highlights include Slovakian National U16 and U17 team member, NCAA and Pro player. Alex has been coaching and training hockey players since 2012. Alex currently holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Economics from Salem State University. Alex is the chief in charge of all on and off ice execution as well as recruiting the right staff in order to maximize each athlete’s and teams’s development.
Cayla Barnes - Cayla is a current capt ain for the Boston College womens team. In 2015, 2016 and 2017 she was a member of Team USA's U18 World Championship teams winning a gold medal all three years and being named top defenseman twice. In 2018 she was a member of Team USA at the Olympics and won a gold medal, In 2022 she led Team USA defensemen in scoring at the Olympics and won a silver medal. In total Cayla has won 5 gold and 3 silver medals as a member of Team USA since 2016.
Matt Thomson - Matt Thomson is a Reading, MA native who has worked as a skills coach for Chris Dyment for the past 5 years. As a player, he played for the Islanders Hockey Club his senior year where he led the league in goals. From IHC, he went on to play in the USHL for the Youngstown Phantoms and Cedar Rapids Roughriders, where he led the league in PP goals. After juniors, Matt went on to play for Northeastern University where he won two Beanpot Championships and a Hockey East Championship.
Anthony Quatieri - Anthony joins us from Danvers, MA who is currently playing for Connecticut College. "Q" played at St. John's Prep where he won a Super 8 title in 2015. After his high school career, he spent one season in the NAHL and NCDC before joining the Camels at Conn College. Anthony has been skating with Jon Hutcheon since 2013 and previously spent his summers as a shooter for Stop It Goaltending. Anthony will join us for the summer of 2022 before playing a 5th year of NCAA or turning pro.
Cancellations for all private or semi-private lessons require a minimum 48 hour notice. No show, no call bookings will result in 100% forfeit of money. If you cancel prior to 48 hours from your start time we will issue you a credit towards your next lesson.
All pre-registration deposits for summer skills are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Spring and Summer clinics - Full payment is required at time of registration. Cancellation requests received via email at least 60 days prior to camp start date, will be refunded, less a $50 administration fee. Cancellations received via email at least 45 days prior to camp start date will receive a 50% refund, less a $50 administration fee. Cancellations made within 30 days of the camp start date will not be refunded. No shows will also not be refunded. If a player becomes sick or injured at or before camp, 50% of the unused portion of the clinic tuition will be returned in a letter of credit (voucher) for a future clinic. A Doctors note is required. Elev802 Boston can not provide refunds for cancellations due to unforeseen acts of God, including facility damage/closing complications or weather/COVID-19 related rink/facility cancellations and closures