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We are currently accepting applications for a Full-Time Zamboni Driver. Responsibilities include: Driving the Zamboni, Janitorial Duties and other General Building Maintenance. Experience preferred, but will train the right individual. This position requires the availability to work nights and weekends.
Please email Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or stop by the Front Office to fill out an application.
The New Hampshire Junior Monarchs are proud to announce the hiring of Austin Block as the Youth Director and Associate Head Coach of the Premier Junior Team. Austin comes to the Junior Monarchs with an impressive hockey background. Austin played for the Fairbanks Ice Dogs of the NAHL, where he led the league in scoring, earning Forward of the Year during 2008-09 season. Austin matriculated to the University of New Hampshire, where he enjoyed a stellar four-year career with the Wildcats. After his time at UNH, he played professionally for eight seasons. During this time, he made his way back to New Hampshire to suit up for the Manchester Monarchs in the ECHL.
Since retiring from the professional ranks, Austin has coached several youth teams while also establishing himself as an elite player development coach. He began his coaching career at the midget level with the Northern Cyclones and was sought after and subsequently hired to coach the Charleston Colonials of the USPHL Premier. Austin continued to grow and educate himself during the pandemic by creating his own player development business that offered elite services to players of all ages and skill levels. Austin has been focusing on skill and skating development in the New Jersey area for the past year, while assisting with multiple youth programs of all ages. His experience and knowledge, as a player and a coach, will certainly be a great addition to the Junior Monarchs family.
"I could not be more thrilled to be returning to New Hampshire and be a part of the Junior Monarchs organization. I look forward to building on the success of the organization and am anxious to get to work and create relationships with everyone that is part of the Junior Monarchs family."
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