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Kent School

Boys Ice Hockey

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Boys Ice Hockey

Kent School's tradition of hockey stretches back to 1911 and is alive today through the young men who represent Kent through hard work, selflessness, and dedication to academics and to their sport.

Kent competes in the Founder’s league, providing a high level hockey competition and sportsmanship.

Players learn not only the skills of the game, but leadership and teamwork that will last well past their high school careers.

Boys Varsity Hockey team celebrating championship

Our highly competitive schedule and focus on development has led many of our players to pursue their hockey aspirations in college and beyond.

Skill Development & Teamwork

Kent Hockey prides itself on the development of student athletes using the most up-to-date training techniques ranging from game video analysis to player conditioning through personalized training programs. Player readiness is developed in the rink, the outdoor synthetic ice surface, and in the fitness center. All of this development occurs for the betterment of the individual and, more importantly, the betterment of the team.

Leadership & Character Development

Kent Hockey prides itself on being competitive in the rink while also teaching young men the skills and characteristics that will carry them well into their future. By emphasizing integrity, sportsmanship, and collegiality, Kent Hockey develops strong players and engaged citizens.

Coach Dale Reinhardt

Coach Reinhardt has served as the head coach of the Boys Varsity Hockey Team at Kent School since 2013.  Prior to Kent, he served as an assistant coach at Canterbury School, and at his alma mater, College of the Holy Cross, at the NCAA D-I level.

While at Holy Cross he was a four-year letter-winner and voted assistant captain for his senior season. He helped the Crusaders to an Atlantic Hockey Championship in 2006 and a berth in the Elite Eight of the NCAA D-I Tournament.  In 2008, he was a finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS award, which honors the attributes of community, classroom, character, and competition. After his collegiate career, Coach Reinhardt played professional hockey for the affiliates of the Anaheim Ducks (Bakersfield Condors) and LA Kings (Ontario Reign) in the ECHL. He has worked with USA Hockey’s select national festivals since 2009.  During his tenure at Kent, he has coached the Lions to 2 Earl/Martin Large School New England Championships (2019, 2022) and a Founders League Championship (2014) 

In his words, Coach Reinhardt and his coaching staff aim to "attract great people and help to create a culture that allows them to continue to grow and develop into young adults that we are proud to see wearing the Kent Lion.  Our school's mission is to 'educate our students intellectually, socially, ethically, and spiritually so that they will be prepared to contribute to the common good in the world beyond Kent School.'  That helps to guide us in our approach to working with our players." 

Furthermore, Coach Reinhardt sees the importance of "creating an environment that allows for these student-athletes to put an emphasis on their academics and to have that work in concert with their athletic aspirations.  Additionally, with an understanding of the goals our players have in the hockey arena, we aim to partner with them to meet their individual goals within the framework of our team goals."

Coach Reinhardt also serves as Kent's Dean of Students and lives on campus with his wife Cara and two young children, Molly and Miles.
 

Contact Coach Reinhardt

Dale Reinhardt


 


 

Boys Varsity Hockey Roster

Name Class
Dylan Anderson 2025
Tyler Bhalla 2025
Justin Bowler 2024
James Burnham 2024
Denver Damphousse 2024
Nathan Di Chiara 2025
Giovanni DiGiulian 2024
Luke Dow 2025
Michael Fiedorczuk 2025
Aiden Hopewell 2024
Fionn Keon 2024
William Kirkiles 2024
Ishwara Lowtan 2025
Owen Mahar 2024
Theodore Mallgrave 2024
Martyn Ogorodnikov 2026
Samuel Pfefferle 2024
Stefano Pietrantonio 2025
Braden Pohlman 2024
Ryan Poirier 2026
Jack Roberts 2024
Matthew Schuyler 2024
Keegan Sears 2026
Justin Victory 2025
Keegan Waldo 2025
Patrick Walsh 2024

Boys Varsity Hockey Schedule and Results

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vs.
Berkshire Jamboree - Northwood
Hotchkiss School
Win 4-3
Tournament
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vs.
Berkshire Jamboree- The Frederick Gunn School
Hotchkiss School
Tie 3-3
Tournament
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vs.
Avon Tournament - St. Paul's
Avon Old Farms School
Win 5-1
Tournament
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vs.
Avon Tournament - Avon
Avon Old Farms School
Win 8-5
Tournament
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vs.
Avon Tournament - Tabor
Avon Old Farms School
Win 3-1
Tournament
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vs.
New England Championship - Dexter Southfield
Harvard University
Win 3-2


 


 

Recent Success

  • 2022 NEPSAC Martin/Earl Tournament Champions
  • 2020 Avon Christmas Classic Tournament Champions
  • 2020 Avon Christmas Classic Tournament Champions
  • 2019 NEPSAC Martin/Earl Tournament Champions
  • 2013-14 Founders League Champions
  • 2013-14 NEPSIHA Elite 8 Quarterfinalist
  • 2013 Avon Tournament Champions
  • 2012-13 NEPSHIA New England Elite Eight Tournament Runner-up
  • 2011-12 NEPSHIA Large School Tournament Semi-Finalists
  • 2010-11 NEPSHIA New England Elite Eight Tournament Runner-up
  • 2010-11 Founders League Co-Champions
  • 2010  Avon Christmas Classic Tournament Champions
  • 2009-10 Founders League Champions
  • 2009-10 NEPSHIA New England tournament Quarter-Finalists
  • 2009 Avon Christmas Classic Tournament Champions
  • 2007 Avon Christmas Classic Tournament Champions

Recent Alumni

Recent alumni have continued to excel on the ice and in the classroom at colleges such as Harvard, Brown, Michigan, Providence, Northeastern, Vermont, Massachusetts-Lowell, Penn State, Vermont, St. Lawrence, Army, and several other highly competitive NCAA Division I and III schools.

Former Kent players are also involved in the NHL. In 2008 Kent had two players taken, one in the third round and the other in the seventh by the San Jose Sharks.

In the 2012 draft Kent had two players selected on in the second round and another in the fifth round.



 


 

Boys JV Hockey Roster

Name Class
Varen Aggarwal 2026
Aidan Armilio 2026
Eliot Cape 2027
Nicholas Chavka 2024
Jay Cucinell 2027
Jack Dec 2024
Samuel Foehrenbach 2027
Hank Hannan 2024
Maximilian Huh 2024
John Klindworth 2025
Brendan Morrissy 2024
Giovany Njoh-Mbengue 2026
Shengxuan Peng 2027
Nate Press 2025
Ryder Press 2027
Connor Quenville 2025
Sacha Reyes 2026
Andrew Schweitzer 2025
Conor Szwez 2025
Reid Torrey 2024
Andrew Volgende 2024
Hunter Wittman 2025
Jack Yang 2024

Boys JV Hockey Schedule and Results

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vs.
Berkshire School
Away
Berkshire School
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vs.
Brunswick School
Home
Nadal Rink
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vs.
Salisbury School
Away
Salisbury School
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vs.
Loomis Chaffee School
Home
Nadal Rink
CANCELLED
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vs.
Trinity-Pawling School
Home
Nadal Rink
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vs.
Hotchkiss School
Away
Hotchkiss School
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vs.
Avon Old Farms School
Home
Nadal Rink
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vs.
Taft School
Away
Taft School
-
vs.
Westminster School
Away
Westminster School
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vs.
Frederick Gunn School
Home
Frederick Gunn School
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vs.
Taft School
Home
Nadal Rink
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vs.
Trinity-Pawling School
Away
Trinity-Pawling School
-
vs.
Avon Old Farms School
Home
Nadal Rink
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vs.
Frederick Gunn School
Away
Frederick Gunn School
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vs.
Canterbury School
Home
Nadal Rink
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vs.
Choate Rosemary Hall
Home
Nadal Rink


 


 

Boys Thirds Hockey Roster

Name Class
Grant Bitman 2024
Elias Booth 2026
Sam Booth 2024
William Cashel 2026
Ethan Chen 2024
Charles Cosgriff 2026
Nolan Drnek 2025
Andrew Fayerweather 2026
Owen Gawel 2026
Justin Granito 2025
Andrew Hess 2024
Jack Horgan 2024
Brighton Johnson 2026
Larson Johnson 2027
Liam Kinsella 2025
Seungyun Lee 2026
James Macintyre 2025
Carter McCabe 2026
Beckett McSween 2026
Robert Ober 2024
George Oyen 2024
Charles Paquin 2026
Jude Parker 2026
Aaron Shin 2027

Boys Thirds Hockey Schedule and Results

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vs.
Rumsey Hall School
Away
Rumsey Hall School
Loss 2-10
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vs.
Avon Old Farms School
Away
Avon Old Farms School
Loss 1-7