Peter Gintoli - (e) Pgintoli27@aol.com
Peter Gintoli – is a Connecticut Native and a former NCAA Division III hockey player at Salve Regina
University in Newport, RI where he put together 35G, 47A in 97 GP. He played one year professionally
with the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs in the Southern Professional Hockey League where he recorded 5G,
13A in 44GP.
Peter is also a current member and Captain of the US Deaf National Team where he has played
internationally in Canada, Finland, and Russia. Prior to his Collegiate and Professional career Peter
played junior hockey for the Bay State Breakers in the EJHL.
Peter believes in Player Development and reflects back on many of his coaches and mentors which
include: Jeff Sauer – Former Wisconsin Head Coach, David Lassonde – Dartmouth College Associate
Head Coach, Kevin Delaney – Chicago Blackhawks Skating Coach, Andrew Boschetto – Niagara Assistant
Coach, Sam Ftorek – Roanoke
Associate Head Coach
Germain, who hails from Quebec City, PQ, had a hugely successful fourteen year professional playing career including time in the NHL with the Los Angeles Kings. Germain enters his fifth season coaching within the organization and has proven to be a knowledgeable and steady coach. During his time with Elite Hockey Program, Eric has been involved with both the bantam and midget levels.
Coach Germain’s son Jeremy, who is an alumni of the organization, is currently a forward on the Princeton University Tigers (D1-ECAC).