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January 19, 2024




Respected and accomplished retired player joins Hockey NL


Grand Falls-Windsor, NL – Hockey NL announced today that Marcus Power of St. John’s has been hired as the provincial associations Manager, Development and High Performance.

Power completed his Bachelor of Business Administration through the University of Prince Edward Island in 2018.  Since earning his degree, he played professional hockey in both Germany and with the Newfoundland Growlers of the ECHL.  Marcus is an NCCP Development 1 certified coach and has been coaching AAA hockey in the province the last two seasons. 

“We are very excited on the hire of Marcus, and we are encouraged by his experience and skills as we transition into our hockey development rebranding”, said Hockey NL President Jared Butler. “With his education, professional hockey experience both as a player and administrator and his passion for our sport, we expect he will be a great addition to our staff. 

Power played four seasons with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League where he accumulated 103 points in his final year.  After his stint in the Q, he went on to have a successful four years with the University of PEI of the Atlantic University Sport.

Power will be responsible for the operations of the High-Performance Program, Coach Education, Player Development (including specialty and skill clinics) as well as other development training, projects, and seminars. He will work closely with the minor hockey associations for events including the regional championships.

Marcus will begin his position from his home office on January 23, 2024, and can be reached at [email protected]