Harrington College of Canada:
Building Campus as of June 2008  



  Harrington College's  buildings Campus 2008



 America East Hockey League "Victoria Cup" Junior A Playoff Champions 2007 - 2008 Harrington Icebergs

The Harrington Icebergs became the league first AEHL team to win back to back championships 


America East Hockey League "Victoria Cup" Junior A Playoff Champions 2006 - 2007  Harrington Icebergs



 Assistant Captain #18 Karl Taylor Windsor Ontario, Captain #13 Hiroki Iwasaki Tomakomai Japan holds Victoria Cup high, Assistant Captain # 61 Corey Dizaglio South Boston MA


Harrington College of Canada  is a small school made up of a maximum of 90 elite hockey players from around the world. The size of HCC ensures that students receive individual attention and guidance aimed at helping them reach their fullest potential athletically, academically and socially.


Hockey Staff

Mario Richer                                                           
Head Coach
Junior A Icebergs

HCC coaching staff is headed by Mario Richer. Mario was assistant coach for the Canadian National Junior Team and the Canadian National Men's Team in 2004, and is an Advanced II Level coach. He has coached in the QMJHL and Midget AAA, and was assistant coach to Team Quebec Under 17 in the world championships. He has a B.Sc. from the University of Sherbrooke.


Assistant Captain Karl Taylor Shoots at AEHL Victoria Cup Championships 2006-2007               


Igor Kravchuck
Director of Player Development                    
Assistant Coach, Junior A Icebergs

The head coach of the Bantam team is former NHLer Igor Kravchuk. Igor was drafted by the Chicago Black Hawks in the 4th round in the 1991 NHL entry draft. Kravchuk went on to play for Edmonton, St Louis, Ottawa, Calgary and Florida, playing a total of 699 NHL games and accumulating 274 points. Igor won several gold medals with team Russia at international competition.

Vincent Riendeau
Director of Goaltending

The head goalie instructor for the school is former Montreal Canadien Vincent Riendeau. Mr. Riendeau player 184 NHL games with Mtl, St Louis, Detroit and Boston. Mr Riendeau also played in Europe, including Russsia. Mr. Riendeau has established himself as one of the most sought-after goalie instructors in Quebec.

Marc Ikin
Strength and Conditioning Coach


Harrington Icebergs Captains  receive the America East Hockey League Regular Season Champions Award 2006-2007


Dr. Gordon Bloom
Mental Conditioning Coach

Dr. Gordon Bloom is an Associate Professor of Sport Psychology in the Department of Kinesiology & Physical Education at McGill University. His teaching and research interests focus on creating an ideal environment for young athletes. He examines the knowledge and leadership skills of team sport coaches, and how their knowledge and behaviours impact the growth and development of young athletes. Dr. Bloom’s research program has answered questions on the strategies employed by team sport coaches in terms of team building, communication, coaching style, decision making practices, leadership styles, and behaviours. Dr. Bloom's role with HCC is to help our students both in the classroom and on the ice. As an applied sport psychology practitioner, Dr. Bloom has worked with Canadian Olympic athletes, in a variety of sports, including those who have won medals. More specifically, Gordon is currently working with a number of Olympic hopefuls at our National Training Centre in Montreal, where he oversees the implementation of a neurofeedback training program that is designed to help improve athletes’ anxiety management, concentration, and confidence skills. This program is funded by Sport Canada and is designed to help Canadian athletes perform well at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games.

Specific to hockey, Dr. Bloom has worked in the NHL, AHL, QMJHL, CIS, Midget AAA, and all levels of minor hockey. Gordon has also appeared on radio (The Team sports-radio network, CBC radio), television (CTV National News, CBC, Global), and in the print media (Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen), where he has discussed various aspects of achieving peak performance in sport.






2007-2008 AEHL  Year End Awards
Goaltender of the Year -
Jared Coreau -   Perth, ONT              Harrington College Icebergs
2007-2008 AEHL League North ALL-STARS Team Selection -
Marc Myre -         Gatineau, QC             Harrington College Icebergs   
Pierre Landry -   Maltempec, NB          Harrington College Icebergs
Karl Taylor -        Windsor, ONT            Harrington College Icebergs (Harrington Icebergs - Most All-time Career Points)
                                                                              (AEHL Junior "A" 2007-2008 League  North All-Stars Selection & Game MVP)
2007 Regular Season
North All-Stars 1 1 4 5 0 0 0    
Harrington Icebergs 40 16 38 54 3 0 31    

2006 Regular Season

Harrington Icebergs 50 19 25 44 6 2 55    


Career Totals  91  36  67   103     9    2   86
Hiroki Iwasaki    Tomakomai, JPN       Harrington College Icebergs
2006-2007 AEHL  Year End Awards
Defensemen of Year -
Oliver Dame-Malka - Harrington College

Goaltender of the Year - 
Mickael Gasnier - Harrington College