Vice President of Hockey Operations: Antoine Bergeron
Antoine Bergeron is the club’s first full-time Director of Player and Coach Development. He was drafted by the St. Louis Blues in 2000 and played professionally in the ECHL with the Reading Royals and Trenton Titans. Antoine played his Junior career in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
Antoine brings over a decade of experience in developing and managing highly successful youth hockey organizations. His focus in on implementing the USA Hockey ADM to ensure the long term development and success of both PBK players and their coaches.
After completion of a productive 16 years professional career including a 5 years run with the Hershey Bears, Rob returned to central Pennsylvania and has been coaching youth hockey for 5 years. Rob has joined forces with Antoine to bolster our ADM compliant program.
Former ECHL Goalie Terry Denike and founder of Denike Goaltender Development will be designing and heading our goalie development program.
During an extensive career in youth coaching spanning over 28 years, Rich has coached Collegiate, High School, AAHA Festival, AAA and AA teams from the Mite to Junior levels. Rich will serve as Director of Coach and Player Development for our High Performance Hockey Program.
An accomplished and highly respected figure and power skating coach, Craig will expand his role this year as the club power skating coach, providing weekly power skating instruction across many levels of our travel program.
Former AHL star Mitch Lamoureux will continue to make PBK his home sharing his Hall of Fame experience and knowledge with our players and coaches in 2018/19.
A native of Slovakia, Mario played Junior level hockey in Liptovsky Mikulas, playing in international competition in Russia, Switzerland, Germany, Czech Republic and Slovakia. After playing 3 years of varsity hockey at Westminster Prep, Mario helped Colby College to its first NESCAC Championship and first NCAA Frozen Four appearance in school History.
After a stint as Captain of the Cheyenne Wyoming Stampede of the Western States Junior A Hockey League (scoring 27 goals and 39 assists in his final 43 games) Russ played 4 years at Lebanon Valley College while majoring in business. Russ was a nominee for the National Hockey Humanitarian Award.