Our Staff

Allan Andrews

President & Founder

Allan has been coaching at the minor hockey, High School and Junior levels since 1960 where he began his coaching career as Director of minor hockey for the town of Kensington. He has helped develop players such as former Toronto maple leaf captain Rick Vaive, Bob Stewart, Brad Richards, Sidney Crosby and many others who have gone on to professional, university and Jr. Careers. Allan has a Physical Education Degree from the University of New Brunswick where he played varsity hockey under former NHLer Pete Kelly and Dr. Bill MacGillivray. He also earned an Athletic Distinction award while at UNB. He also has an Education Degree from the University of PEI. Allan has level 5 and advanced level certificates from Hockey Canada, an Olympic Solidarity certificate from Stockholm Sweden, and a Masters coaching certificate from Hockey USA. His work in hockey research, particularly in the area of Hockey Skating is recognized worldwide. Allan's career experience includes Director of Elementary Physical Education for the City of Charlottetown 1962-65 and Provincial Youth Coordinator for the Youth, Recreation and Sport Division, and PEI Department of Education 1969-1985. Allan has been a member of the National Advisory Committee for Fitness and Amateur Sport for the federal sport minister, International Board member for Allied Youth, a founding board member for The Christian Council of Reconciliation for Canadian Penitentiaries, and a member of Canada Games Mission staff for Summer and Winter Games. In 1988 Allan was nominated by CBC's Scott Russell for an Atlantic Insight award for Innovation and was the winner in the Sports and Medicine Category. Most recently Allan has been chosen to receive the Order of Canada, recognizing Allan's outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to the nation. Allan presently spends his time scouting, developing and providing hockey and educational opportunities for young hockey players from throughout the hockey world.

Josh Andrews

Vice President

Josh has been involved in the hockey development world for over 20 years working with many players who are now playing professionally. Throughout his playing career, he had great experiences playing US Division 1 Prep School Hockey at the Lawrenceville School in NJ, Junior A Hockey with the Bancroft Hawks and the Hartford Junior Wolfpack and finished his playing career playing for NCAA Division III Lebanon Valley College. After moving on from playing due to injuries, he was one of a select few student-athletes chosen to attend Finland's Veirumaki Sports Institute. Josh holds a Bachelor Degree in Sport & Leisure Management from the school with a Specialization in Hockey Coaching. In addition to his program in Finland, he also coached in the Finnish Junior League and completed his thesis on Goal Scoring in the modern game. He has had also some great coaching experience as an Assistant Coach for the University of Calgary Dinos Men's Hockey Team and the UPEI Women’s hockey team. Josh is also a Certified High Performance Level 1 Coach.

Brad MacKenzie

Executive Director

Brad is the Executive Director of Andrews Hockey Growth Programs. Brad grew up in Charlottetown and has been involved in the Andrews Hockey programs since 2005. Brad played Jr A with the Summerside Western Capitals during the 2011-2012 season before shifting his focus to coaching. During that season Brad was an Assistant Coach with the Charlottetown Major Midget AAA Islanders and broke down game video for the PEI Rocket of the QMJHL. In 2012 Brad was among seven international students selected to attend the Vierumaki Sports Institute in Finland where he studied in the prestigious Sport & Leisure Management with Specialization in Ice Hockey Coaching Program. Brad received the Academic Consistency Award for the top student as well as the Leadership Award for his class. While in Finland Brad was also the Assistant Coach of the Vierumaki A-Jrs team and did work with the Finnish Ice Hockey Association and the International Ice Hockey Federation. Brad spent two seasons as an Assistant Coach with the UPEI Panthers in the CIS between 2014-2016. Brad is currently in his third season as an Assistant Coach with the Charlottetown Islanders in the QMJHL.

Paul Drew

Director of Goaltending Development

Paul Drew joined Andrews Hockey as the Head Goaltending Instructor for the 2014 Summer. Paul was a professional goalie for the Dayton Bombers of the East Coast Hockey League. He also spent time in the West Coast Senior Hockey League and the Ligue Nord-Americaine de Hockey. Before going professional, Paul played for the UPEI Panthers (AUS) and for the Plymouth Whalers where he posted the lowest GAA among all goalies in the Ontario Hockey League for three consecutive years. Paul has an extensive background working at goalie programs dating back to 1997. He is presently in his fourth year as the Goaltending Coach for the Charlottetown Islanders in the QMJHL and his third year with the Charlottetown Pride of the NB-PEI Major Midget League. Paul continues to innovate the way the goaltending position is played and trains many up and coming goaltenders through Andrews Hockey.

Colin Webster

Director of Program Expansion

Colin, a native of Prince Edward Island Canada, began instructing with the Andrews Hockey Growth Programs in 2009 and is currently the Director of Program Expansion. Colin has extensive hockey knowledge, specifically in the area of skating and skill development. As a player, Colin played with the Kensington Vipers in the IJHL where he won three Provincial Championships and one Atlantic Canadian Don Johnson Cup Championship. As a coach, Colin has worked with players of all ages and levels and has established himself as a Head Instructor in the world-renowned Andrews Hockey Growth Programs. Colin leads all Andrews Satellite Camps and is growing the Andrews Hockey Programs by taking them to locations around the World.

Jason Malone

Director of Spring Hockey

Jason grew up playing his minor hockey with the North River Flames. Throughout minor hockey, he attended Andrews Hockey summer programs as well as the Riptide spring hockey program. Upon graduating from Andrews’ programs, he worked to become a senior instructor while also coaching in both the boys and girls spring hockey programs. Jason's playing career led him to The Summerside Jr. A Capitals as well as the UPEI Panthers. His coaching career is extensive, serving as an assistant coach for the Jr. A Capitals and the PEI Rocket of the QMJHL. As a head coach, he looked after the Cornwall Thunder before moving to Nova Scotia to serve as Head Coach and General Manager of the Pictou County Jr A Crushers of the Maritime Hockey League. While there, he picked up his advanced level one Coaching Certificate from Hockey Canada. Jason oversees all aspects of spring hockey while also being very active with summer camp player development.<br />

Owen MacWilliams

Director of Sport Conditioning

Andrews Hockey is extremely excited to add Owen MacWilliams as Director of Andrews Sport Conditioning. Originally from Summerside, PEI, Owen is a recent graduate from Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. Previously, Owen completed his Diploma of Kinesiology in the Sport & Leisure Management Program at Holland College in Charlottetown. While at Acadia, he worked as a senior intern with both the Men and Women’s Basketball and Men’s Football teams. He was also Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach for Acadia Performance Training. Owen’s time at Acadia University afforded him the opportunity to broaden his skill set, allowing him to provide effective training to a diverse range of athletes, including hockey players of all ages and levels of ability.</p> <p>Throughout his educational career Owen was a student athlete, playing varsity football for the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks, the Acadia Axemen and the Holland College Hurricanes. Owen also attended a CFL training camp as an aspiring Athlete. Owen has a certificate Certified Personal Trainer from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and a certification as a Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS).

Ben MacDonald

Director- Andrews Sports Institute for Future Leaders

Ben MacDonald has been an Instructor with Andrews Hockey for over ten years in numerous capacities. In addition to instructing, he has been instrumental in the growth of the Atlantic Female Training Institute. Ben brings a wealth of hockey knowledge from his experiences at Rothesay Netherwood Prep School, the Charlottetown Major Midget Islanders and his Junior years spent with the Amherst Ramblers in the MHL. Ben has been a long time coach with both AFTI and Riptide spring programs and enjoyed his first minor hockey coaching experience with the Charlottetown Peewee AAA Abbies last year. Ben is a graduate of UPEI, earning a BSc in Kinesiology and more recently graduated from UNB earning a BEd with specializations in science, physical education and health. While at UNB Ben represented the UNB B.Ed Faculty as President of the Education Society. Through Andrews Sports Institute (ASI) Ben looks to increase engagement of students using a cross-curricular context. Students will frequently be exposed to technology, feedback/assessment, and reflection opportunities in a cooperative learning environment. Ben’s passions for movement, integrated technology, critical thinking, and leadership have us excited to welcome him to our team as Director of the Andrews Sports Institute (ASI).

Jessica Snowdon

Director of Andrews Ringette International

Jessica serves as the Executive Director of Andrews Ringette International, which organizes ringette programs throughout Atlantic Canada. Jessica has a very long list of achievements and accolades including Bachelor of Kinesiology, Bachelor of Education (2017) Certified Massage Therapist, 6 Canadian Ringette Championships, Represented Team Canada in Europe, National Ringette League Player (2010-2016), National First-Team All-Star, Canada Games Participant in 2007 and 2011. With an emphasis on fitness, fundamentals, as well as personal growth; Jessica coordinates clinics, leagues, tournaments, prep programs and much more across the Atlantic Canadian region!<br />

Mallory Rushton

Senior Instructor

Mallory started her hockey journey playing in Amherst, Nova Scotia. She attended the Atlantic Female Prospect Camp at Andrews and earned a scholarship to New Hampton Prep School. Mallory completed four years at New Hampton Prep where she served a leadership role in her final years. Mallory has continued her success in the classroom choosing to specialize in marketing and on the ice at the Rochester Institute of Technology. She is in her 4th year with the Tigers serving as an assistant captain. Mallory has been a critical figure in the development of the female program at Andrews Hockey. Mallory has coached the Atlantic Female Training Program the last five years and is a graduate of the program.

Stephen MacInnis

Senior Instructor

Stephen was born in Cable Head East, PEI where he grew up playing for the King’s County Kings. After playing two years of Bantam, AAA Stephen was accepted to Appleby College for his first year of Midget. Stephen played two seasons at Appleby Prep School before heading to Stanstead for his third and final year of Midget. At the end of that season, he was drafted by the Pictou County Weeks Crushers of the MHL. Stephen played two seasons with the Crushers Organization where in 2014 he won the MHL Character Award. After finishing with the Crushers, Stephen went out as a walk-on with his hometown, the University of Prince Edward Island. During his time at UPEI Stephen studied Business. During the 2016-17 season Stephen played in the NESHL for the Montague Stallions while continuing his education at UPEI. Stephen has since transferred from UPEI and is attending The University of Alabama and is playing ACHA Division 1 hockey for the Crimson Tide. He continues his education in Business. Stephen started coming to Andrews Hockey Growth Programs as a youngster where he worked his way up the ladder first as a demonstrator then junior instructor and finally as a senior instructor.

Brandon Shaw

Senior Instructor

Brandon grew up in Barrie, Ontario and played minor hockey for the Colts organization. Brandon moved on from minor hockey and joined the Rama Aces of the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League (GMHL). He played half a season with the Aces before sustaining a severe concussion forcing him to stop. Brandon has since shifted his focus to school where he completed his degree in social psychology at McMaster University. Upon graduating from McMaster, Brandon has been very involved in the hockey world taking positions as assistant coach and video coach with Cambridge Winterhawks Jr B and hockey operations intern with the Hamilton Bulldogs. Brandon is currently an assistant coach with the Merritt Centennials of the BCHL and is a western scout with Future Considerations for the NHL draft.

Josh Pugsley

Senior Instructor

Josh grew up in Amherst, Nova Scotia where he split time with the Amherst Ramblers and the Truro Bearcats Minor Hockey Association. Josh moved on to play Major Midget in Pictou where he recorded 62 points in 33 games. Josh was drafted later that year in the 3rd round to the Moncton Wildcats of the QMJHL and the 1st round to his hometown Amherst Ramblers of the MHL. At 16 years old Josh played as an underager with the Ramblers and was selected to represent Team Atlantic at the World U-17 Hockey Challenge. The next year Josh suited up for the Moncton Wildcats. Josh returned to the MHL in 2014 where he played one season with the Ramblers averaging a point per game and two seasons with the Summerside Capitals. Josh is currently enrolled in his second year of sociology at the University of Prince Edward Island.

Marilyn Fortin

Senior Instructor

Marilyn was born in Brandon, Manitoba. In Bantam, she moved to Prince Edward Island where she finished her minor hockey playing Midget for the Mid-Isle Wildcats. Marilyn had three successful seasons with the Wildcats during which she was selected to the National Women's Under-18 Championship in 2013 and Team PEI Canada Games team in 2014. In 2015 Marilyn moved to Switzerland where she played two seasons for the Neuchatel Hockey Academy (SWHL). During her time in Switzerland Marilyn played two tournaments with the Swiss National Team. Marilyn is currently enrolled at Nipissing University where she plays for the Lakers (CIS) and is studying Geography. Marilyn has been coaching with the AFTI spring program since its start and has been instructing for the last seven years.

Tanner Lund

Senior Instructor

Tanner grew up in Sherwood, Prince Edward Island playing his minor hockey for the Sherwood Falcons. Last season he split time with the Cambridge Winter Hawks of the GOJHL and the Sherwood A&S Metros in the IIJHL. He continues to play for the Metros this season while he finishes up his second year of Kinesiology at Holland College. Tanner has helped coach many teams for Andrews Hockey throughout the spring including - Little Pros, AFTI and Riptide. Tanner is currently serving as head of development with the Sherwood Falcons Development Clinics.

Jake Flegel

Senior Instructor

Jake was born in Charlottetown, PEI but grew up playing minor hockey in Ajax Ontario for the Knights. He played his junior hockey with the Chatham Maroons of the GOJHL and Cobourg Cougars of the OJHL before heading to Adrian College (NCHA) for two seasons. After his second year with the Bulldogs Jake turned pro. Jake is currently entering his third season of professional hockey with the Knoxville Ice Bears in the Southern Professional Hockey League.

Olivier Arseneau

Senior Instructor

Olivier grew up in Tracadie, New Brunswick playing for the Tracadie-Sheila minor Hockey Association. In Midget, he split time between the Miramichi Rivermen from 2010-12 and Ontario Hockey Academy 2012-14. During his final year with OHA Olivier was named Captain and MVP. After graduating from OHA, he was invited to attend tryouts for the Chilliwack Chiefs in the BCHL. Olivier played three seasons with the Chiefs and served in a leadership role with the organization. During his final year of junior hockey, Olivier was recruited by the University of Prince Edward Island. He is now in the first season with the Panthers and has chosen to study Kinesiology. Olivier has spent the last five summers instructing at Andrews Hockey Growth Programs.<br />

Nelson MacAuley

Senior Goaltending Instructor

Nelson was born in Souris, Prince Edward Island. He played Junior with the Charlottetown Abbies of the MJHL before taking a year off and heading to Germany. Nelson Played one year in Germany with EV Wiesbaden Ice Tigers (Germany 5). He holds two degrees from his hometown university, the University of Prince Edward Island - Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education. Since graduating Nelson has been very busy in the coaching scene around PEI and the Maritimes. Nelson has been with the Kensington Wild of the PEI-NB Major Midget Hockey League for the past three years and serves in the role of Goaltending Coach. This year has been busy for Nelson as he serves in roles with Hockey PEI’s Program of Excellence - Goaltending Leader, Team PEI U15- Goalie Coach, Team PEI U16 Gatorade Challenge - Goalie Coach and traveled with the Team Atlantic U18 Female team as their Goalie and Video Coach. Nelson has recently been named to the 2019 Team PEI Men’s Canada Winter Games coaching staff as the Goaltending Coach.

Gage MacWilliams

Senior Instructor

Gage grew up in Cornwall, Prince Edward Island where he played minor hockey for the Mid Isle Matrix. At the end of his second-year bantam, Gage was called up to play with the Kensington Wild as an underage player. The next winter Gage suited up for the Charlottetown Islanders of the NBPEIMMHL and was selected as a member of team PEI for the QMJHL Combine. Gage has played the last two years with the Charlottetown Pride (formally the Islanders) and has served in leadership roles as an assistant captain and captain. Gage has started his journey into coaching with the 2009 and 2007 Andrews Riptide teams and has been helping out with the Bantam AAA Matrix. Gage is set to graduate from Bluefield High School this year.

Paul Brown

Hockey Family Advisor

Paul works with Andrews Hockey to develop opportunities for players to further their education and playing opportunities at U.S. and Canadian Prep Schools and Universities at Division I, Division II and Division III levels. He is from Saint John New Brunswick and has spent the last 40 years developing players. He has extensive experience in the recruitment process and getting players and families to understand the playing and educational opportunities that are available to them and then connecting kids with schools. He has deep roots in the US Prep School and College process as he spent 20 years as an Assistant Coach at Yale (NCAA D1), Quinnipiac (NCAA D1) and Connecticut College (NCAA D3). He also served as the Head Coach at The Kent School Prep Program for six years.

Bruce Beaton

Andrews Hockey Advisor

Bruce grew up in Port Hood, Nova Scotia. He played his first ever football game at the age of twenty and went on to an outstanding career at Acadia University (BA (hon) MA) and in the CFL and XFL. Bruce won 2 Grey Cup championships, was a seven-time all-star and was named to the Edmonton Eskimos All-Century team. Bruce has been influenced by over 40 coaches at the professional level and by countless terrific teammates. A voracious reader, Bruce has also been affected by the hundreds of leadership books, sports, and leadership biographies, and personal and business development books he has read in the last 20 years. Bruce is the author of Little Athletes Big Leaders, Enduring Principles of Leadership, The Leadership Through Sports Winners Manual, as well as audio CDs such as How The Greatest Coaches Lead, How Stars are Made, Sports Leadership Volumes 1 and 2, and Maximizing Talent. Bruce has been instrumental in the development of the Andrews Hockey Personal Growth Program.

Roxanne Seaman

Andrews Hockey Advisor

Roxanne Seaman is from Gander, Newfoundland. She is the director of the S.M.I.L.E. Program (Sensory Motor Instructional Leadership Experience) at Acadia University. It is a program where both the children and the students benefit, for the students, it is learning leadership skills! Roxanne continues to teach at Acadia University holding various degrees such as - Doctor of Philosophy in Kinesiology, Adapted Physical Activity (Texas Woman’s University) Master of Physical Education, Leadership (Memorial University of Newfoundland) and Bachelor of Physical Education (Acadia University). Some other accolades held by Roxanne include coach of the Dallas Stars sledge hockey team, coach of the Nordic Ski Athletics in the World Winter Games for Special Olympics in 1997. Roxanne has been instrumental in developing Andrews Hockey off-ice leadership and teambuilding programs and continues to serve as an advisor for Andrews Hockey Growth Programs.