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ENABLE PUSH NOTIFICATIONS

To ensure notifications are received on your mobile device for game and events updates, reminders and news YOU must turn on the toggle in your mobile app for each type of notification on your phone by following the below steps:

1. Open the SportsEngine App and log in
2. Tap the My Account tab
3. Tap the Gear (settings) icon
4. Tap Notification Settings
5. Select a team. The notification toggles will appear.
6. Toggle the notification settings on or off


Notifications will be received when the toggles are switched on (blue).

"My recruiting key: I looked for people first, athletes second. I wanted people with a sound value system as you cannot buy values. You're only as good as your values. I learned early on that you do not put greatness into people, but somehow try to pull it out."

—Herb Brooks, Saint Paul native and legendary college, NHL and Olympic coach

    Prep Team Head Coach

    Tony MacAulay


    Head Coach-Tony MacAulay


    Head Coach-DeMatha Hockey Program

    HEAD COACH

    Tony MacAulay – BIOGRAPHY

    • Born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
    • 21 years of Coaching Experience
    • 10th Season with the Network Hockey Development Program
    • Head Coach for the DeMatha Catholic High School Prep Team
    • Graduated in 1994 from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Recreation, majored in Sport Administration and Management. 

    Playing Experience:

    • Played at the Junior “A” level in Canada (Maritime Junior A Hockey League).
    • Drafted by Sudbury Wolves (OHL), 9th round of the 1988 Priority Selection Draft, 122nd overall.
    • Dalhousie University Men’s Hockey Team – 5 Seasons (1989 – 1994)
      • A standout defenseman for the hockey team and played a team record 174 consecutive games, which included every regular season and playoff game in 5 year career with the school.
    • Attended the Vancouver Canucks training camp in 1992
    • Played 3 seasons professionally
      • 1994 – 95  Hampton Roads Admirals, Norfolk, VA (ECHL)
      • 1995 – 96  Varnamo GIK Tigers, Sweden (Division II)
      • 1998 – 99  Chesapeake Ice Breakers,              
                                         Upper Marlboro, MD (ECHL)

    Coaching Experience:

    • East Hants Junior “A” Penguins – Halifax, NS  (Assistant Coach)
    • Saint Mary’s University – Halifax, NS  (Assistant Coach)
    • Professional Coach for 5 seasons in the ECHL, the Premiere “AA” Hockey League.  Worked closely with several NHL and AHL hockey teams in developing players within the Minor league system.  Served as the Head Coach for the Texas Wildcatters before hurricane Rita cancelled the season in 2004-05.   
      • Roanoke Express            (Chicago Blackhawks)
      • Toledo Storm                   (Detroit Red Wings)
      • Trenton Titans                 (Philadelphia Flyers)
      • Victoria Salmon Kings     (Vancouver Canucks)
    • 2 seasons as the Head Coach and General Manager for the Washington Junior Capitals
    • Head Coach and General Manager for the Baltimore Junior Bandits
    • Served as an Advisor and Hockey Liaison for the Tri City Eagles and held the position of Coaching Director for 2 years. 
    • America’s High School Showcase – Team DC (General Manager / Head Coach) 2001 – Present
    • Currently an Coach and Advisor for the Bowie Ice Hockey Club
    • Continues to be instrumental in coaching the region’s top player prospects and has been credited in developing many of the area’s top players in such events as::
    • Network Hockey Development Program
    • America’s High School Showcase
    • Chicago High School Showcase
    • Hockey Night in Boston
    • Chowder Cup Summer Showcase

    Accolades:

    • The area’s winningest High School Hockey Coach
    • Lead the DeMatha Catholic Stags to 5 consecutive MSHL State Championships from 1997 – 2001, winning the Title 4 times. 
    • Won 5 State High School Championships
    • Coached DeMatha Catholic to the State Title finishing second 6 times.
    • Currently the winningest Coach in DeMatha’s Hockey program.
    • Named as The Washington Post High School Coach of the Year in 2001. 
    • Named Mid Atlantic Prep League (MAPHL) Coach of the Year in 2014 – 15.

    Family:

    Currently a member of the Computer Science Faculty at DeMatha Catholic.  

    Tony and his wife Tina reside in Huntingtown, Maryland with their 4 children; Savannah, Kaleb, Brooke and Delaney

    .

    Tony MacAulay – PLAYING HISTORY

    YEAR

    TEAM

    LEVEL

    LEAGUE

    1989 – 90

    Dalhousie University

    University

    Canadian Interuniversity Sport

    1990 – 91

    Dalhousie University

    University

    Canadian Interuniversity Sport

    1991 – 92

    Dalhousie University

    University

    Canadian Interuniversity Sport

    1992 – 93

    Dalhousie University

    University

    Canadian Interuniversity Sport

    1993 – 94

    Dalhousie University

    University

    Canadian Interuniversity Sport

    1994 – 95

    Hampton Roads Admirals

    Professional

    East Coast Hockey League

    1995 – 96

    Varnamo Tigers

    Professional

    Div. II (Sweden)

    1998 – 99

    Chesapeake Icebreakers

    Professional

    East Coast Hockey League

     
     

    Tony MacAulay – COACHING HISTORY

     

    YEAR

    TEAM

    TITLE

    LEAGUE

    1

    1996 – 97

    East Hants Penguins

    Ass’t Coach / Ass’t GM

    Maritime Junior A Hockey League

    2

    1997 – 98

    Saint Mary’s University

    Assistant Coach

    Canadian Interuniversity Sport

    2

    1997 – 98

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Maryland Scholastic Hockey League

    3

    1998 – 99

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Maryland Scholastic Hockey League

    4

    1999 – 00

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Maryland Scholastic Hockey League

    5

    2000 – 01

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Maryland Scholastic Hockey League

    6

    2001 – 02

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Maryland Scholastic Hockey League

    7

    2002 – 03

    Roanoke Express

    Ass’t Coach / Ass’t GM

    East Coast Hockey League

    8

    2003 – 04

    Roanoke Express

    Head Coach

    East Coast Hockey League

    9

    2004 – 05

    Toledo Storm

    Associate Head Coach

    East Coast Hockey League

    10

    2005 – 06

    Trenton Titans

    Head Coach

    ECHL

    11

    2006 – 07

    Victoria Salmon Kings

    Head Coach

    ECHL

    12

    2007 – 08

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    13

    2008 – 09

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    14

    2009 – 10

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    15

    2010 – 11

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    16

    2011 – 12

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    17

    2012 – 13

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    18

    2013 – 14

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    19

    2014 – 15

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    20

    2015 – 16

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    21

    2016 – 17

    DeMatha Catholic

    Head Coach

    Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    22 2017 – 18 DeMatha Catholic Head Coach Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League
    23 2018 – 19 DeMatha Catholic Head Coach Mid Atlantic Prep Hockey League

    2016 - 2017 Season Champions

    WCAC DEMATHA ALL CONFERENCE TEAM

    2016-17 WCAC ICE HOCKEY AWARD WINNERS

    First Team All WCAC

    Forward    Jacob Kaplan

    Goalie        Andrew Takacs

    Second Team All WCAC

    Forward    Ty Brandt

    Honorable Mention

    Defense     John Henrici

    Defense     Teddy Whitehead

    COACH OF THE YEAR

    Tony MacAulay


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