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Brack Healy

Brack Healy

Head Coach, 14U Major (2019 - 2020)

Brack Healy spent the early portions of his playing career with the Montclair Blues travel program. He played varsity hockey at Montclair High School and is a member of the NJSIAA 100-point club. Healy then skated at Rowan University before transferring to Montclair State to focus on a career in education.
In 2003, Healy joined the Montclair High School coaching staff as an assistant under Bruce Parker where he remained for five years. After quickly learning the ropes, Healy became the state’s youngest high school head coach at the age of 23.

Healy spent five years as a varsity head coach at Montclair Kimberley Academy and then Fair Lawn High School. Prior to Healy’s arrival at MKA the team was 4-19. In his first season the team was ranked Top 20 in the State by the Star Ledger and finished 14-7-4. The team won its first state playoff game in over 15 years and Healy was named “Coach of the Year” by NJ Power Ranking.

His travel coaching career began with the Montclair Blues in 2004. As a head coach with the organization his teams won three league titles and compiled an astounding 178-42-17 record over his seven year tenure. In 2013, Healy guided the NJ Bandits 18U team to the National Finals where they earned the Silver Medal in a 2-1 championship loss. Healy also served as the assistant coach under Jim Hunt for the Jersey Hitmen 18U team.

In 2014, Healy became the head coach of the Jersey Hitmen Empire team. In two seasons his team compiled a 70-24-6 record which includes a league title. In 2016, Healy became the Head Coach of the 16U team amassing a 91-36-2 ledger while earning a Top 20 spot in the Tier 1 Rankings. For his efforts, Healy won the USPHL “Coach of the Year” Award.