New England Hockey League

Andrew Andricopoulos

Andrew Andricopoulos is entering his second season as Player / Program Director with the New England Hockey League. 

Andrew attended Tabor Academy and was a member of the Men’s Varsity Hockey Team. At 16, he moved to Quebec City to play for the Quebec Remparts in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League where he lived with, and played for, NHL Hall of Famer Patrick Roy. Andrew was a member of the 2006 Memorial Cup Championship team and played alongside current NHL stars Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Alexandre Radulov. Andrew holds several defensemen scoring records in Quebec Remparts history. After his QMJHL career, Andrew attended several NHL and AHL camps before playing in the ECHL in the Washington Capitals and San Jose Sharks systems. Upon completion of his professional career, he returned to play Division 1 hockey in Fredericton, NB for St. Thomas University under the coaching of former NHL player Mike Eagles. Andrew was the Director of U.S. scouting for the QMJHL for four seasons. He coached at Brooks Prep School for two seasons and is currently in his 2nd season as an Assistant Coach in the EHL. He is the owner of ASA Hockey, a Player Development/Skills company. He is the Head Coach/GM of the Valley Jr. Warriors U15 Elite program, and helps run on-ice skills for all age levels.