Patrick Tabb is currently an assistant coach of American International College’s men’s hockey program. Also an assistant at AIC from 2004-07, he rejoined the staff four years ago and has helped lead AIC to four Atlantic Hockey Conference championships and three trips to the NCAA tournament.
The Director of Olympia Hockey Academy (OHA), Tabb has placed numerous male and female student-athletes at the NCAA level. Focusing on on- and off-ice skill development, he is currently the off-season skills coach for current professional players such as Anaheim Ducks Frank Vatrano and Milwaukee Admiral John Leonard as well as many other pros, college, national team, junior and youth players.
Tabb was head coach and general manager of the then-Eastern Junior Hockey League’s Springfield Pics. As a founding member of the United States Premier Hockey League in 2013, the team won its Elite Division and advanced to the semifinals of the 2014 Tier III Junior Nationals. Tabb helped the team move up to the USPHL’s top division, the Premier Division, when it reached the league semifinals in 2016-17.
Tabb was also an assistant coach at Western New England University (2017-2018).
As a player at AIC, Tabb played in 115 games as a four-year letter winner from 1999-2003. Tabb also played at Avon Old Farms School under John Gardner, the winningest coach in New England Prep School history.
COACH PAT TABB