The Florida Jr Everblades are excited to announce that Noah Wild will be joining the organization as an Assistant Coach for the 2024-2025 season. Noah recently retired from playing professionally in the FPHL and is looking to share the knowledge he gained throughout his playing career.
Growing up on Long Island, New York, Noah attended the Northwood Prep school in Lake Placid, where he played out of the historic 1980 Olympic rink, then joining the Long Island Junior Royals (MJHL) to begin his Juniors career. He spent the next two years in the EHL with The Philadelphia Revolution and the New York AppleCore, where he was named Captain for his final season of Juniors. After Juniors, Noah attended Post University (Waterbury, CT), gaining a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management, while playing for the Post Eagles NCAA D3 team for 4 years, serving as Assistant Captain for his final 3 years.
After Graduating in 2020, Noah signed with the Delaware Thunder of the Federal Prospects Hockey League (FPHL) for the 2021-2022 season. Wild then played his final season (2022-2023) with the Elmira Mammoth (FPHL) where he also served as an Assistant Captain.
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Noah has his USA Hockey Level 4 coaching certification and has been coaching/training youth and junior players throughout his career. Noah spent 6 years as a clinic/camp coach working with Barbara Williams – the first female NHL power skating coach.
Noah is very excited for the opportunity to be joining the Jr. Blades and is eager to get to know everyone and get to work!