About Us

Overview

The Gary Dineen Day Hockey School is now in its thirtieth consecutive year of operation, and is widely accepted as one of the leading hockey school institutions in the nation.

Over 22,000 student-athletes have come in contact with the Dineen Approach to hockey playing, all benefiting from the attention devoted to fundamental skill development and personal understanding of the sport. Class size and total enrollment are limited.

In the summer of 2000, Lincoln Flagg was named Head Coach and Director of Player Development for the Jr. Coyotes. Lincoln played for the Pics in 1973, the organization's first year of existence. He played for the University of Massachusetts at Amherst from 1975-78. Since the conclusion of his playing career, Lincoln has been an instrumental force behind the bench. He coached at American International College from 1980-84 and then returned to the Pics as an assistant under Gary Dineen from 1985-87. In the 1990's, Lincoln helped build the Connecticut Clippers organization. He coached the Clippers Midget team before taking the same position with the Coyotes Midget team in 1999. For the past 27 years, Lincoln has been a program director at the Gary Dineen Hockey School and is presently On-Ice Director of U.S. Hockey's Satellite Elite Program.