Cromwell Staff


Bob Crawford – Director & Coach

Drafted by the St. Louis Blues in 1979, Crawford also played for the Hartford Whalers, New York Rangers, and the Washington Capitals. His 10-year professional career saw many highlights among them was his 36-goal season with the Hartford Whalers in 1984 and his trip to the 1986 Stanley Cup semi-finals as a member of the New York Rangers.

Coach Crawford’s passion for the game of hockey and the advancement of his players on and off the ice is second to none. Crawford holds a high standard for his players to live up to. He brings a family feel to the rink and the personal attention and feedback that he gives to each player and family is immeasurable. The knowledge he holds and passes on to the players and families in his program is invaluable and unsurpassed. His ability to Coach at every age level effectively is one of the many reasons he is highly sought-after. Bob has the ability to recognize and develop a players potential in them that they didn’t know they had.


Mike Tenney – Head Coach

Mike has been coaching hockey for 14 years, the last 9 of which have been in Junior Hockey (NAHL, USPHL, MJHL). Mike received the Coach of the year award after his 13/14 season as head Coach of the Maine Wild (NAP3). Over the course of his coaching career Tenney has also been involved with the USA Hockey Festival program at the State, District and National levels. Coach Tenney has had over 60 players move to college and professional hockey out of his programs and will continue to build on the 300 plus players the Wolfpack has moved on to collegiate programs over the years.

Mike is currently the head coach and general manager for the Hartford Junior Wolfpack (USPHL). He is a highly sought-after coach because of his enthusiastic, upbeat techniques he brings to the ice in order to make his players value their growth in the sport. Mikes strong leadership skills are an asset to his coaching abilities. His effectiveness to relate to each of his players and to teach them where they are makes him a valuable addition to our staff.


Jack Lowry – Coach

Jack played D1 (Boston College) NCAA college hockey. He is the head coach for the Hartford Jr. Wolfpack U16 team and bring his experiences of navigating the world of junior, college and pro hockey to the organization. Jack has won two state championships as head coach for the Cheverus Highs School in Maine.

Jack is one of our most experienced coaches. He is without a doubt a legend to New England hockey. He is passionate about each players development and growth. He supports them from day 1 to see them reach their potential. He is experienced with grounding players with his knowledge and helping them to love the moment they are in and building their talent for what the future holds.


Kevin Coyne – Hockey Director

Kevin Coyne is coming to Champions Skating Center from Chicago. Coach Coyne played his youth hockey for the Chicago Chill AAA, Team Illinois and Wisconsin AAA. He then played his junior hockey at the Chicago Force and El Paso Rhinos. Coach Coyne finished his playing career at Becker College where he played NCAA Div. III ice hockey, golf, and lacrosse. Coach Coyne has over 10 years of coaching experience at the AA and AAA levels. Coach Coyne has served as the hockey director at two rinks in Chicago prior to moving to Connecticut. Coach Coyne has also worked at several hockey camps such as Robby Glantz International Power Skating, Turcotte Hockey School, and European Elite Hockey.


Dannel Malloy – Director of Training

Dannel is a Sports Performance and Fitness Coach who strives to help athletes of all ages reach their fitness aspirations and live a healthier life. Prior to becoming the Director of Training at The New England Athletic Club and Hartford Jr. Wolfpack, Dannel was a sports performance coach at Division 1 Prep and a Cross Fit trainer at CrossFit Exceed With over 15 years of Coaching experience, Dannel has developed and worked with youth, college, and professional athletes. Dannel's experience also includes playing hockey for the Division 1 Rochester Institute of Technology, as well as the Single A Danbury Whalers.