ScoreBound is the official on-ice and off-ice development program for the Manchester Flames.

NH Sportsplex is the official off-ice training facility for ScoreBound.

ScoreBound focuses on fundamental hockey skills that will give you the foundation to become a competitive hockey player.

ScoreBound will help you reach your goals no matter your age or skill level.

Our Instructors

Scott Pellerin - spellerin@scorebound.com

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Scott Pellerin is in his fifth season as the Assistant Coach for the Manchester Monarchs. He assisted Head Coach Mark Morris in tying
a franchise record for the most wins (51) and points (110) in Monarchs history
during the 2006-07 season. Pellerin also assisted in leading the team to the
most successful post-seasons to date, the Eastern Conference Final of
the 2007 and 2010 Calder Cup Playoffs. The Monarchs 188 regular and post-season victories under his direction are the most wins by a single coaching tandem in franchise history. He is a veteran of 840 NHL and AHL games
during his 13-year playing career from 1992-2004. He collected 72 goals,
126 assists and 198 points in 536 NHL games with the New Jersey Devils, the
St. Louis Blues, the Minnesota Wild, the Carolina Hurricanes, the Boston Bruins,
the Dallas Stars and the Phoenix Coyotes.
As a 1992 graduate of the University
of Maine, Pellerin was Co-Rookie of the Year in 1988, an All-American, Player of
the Year in 1992, Most Valuable Player for the Hockey East Tournament in 1992 and
the 1992 Hobey Baker winner. He a third round draft pick (47th overall) of the New
Jersey Devils in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft and signed his first professional contract
with New Jersey in 1992.

The native of Shediac, New Brunswick,
represented Canada in the Goodwill Games in Seattle, Washington, and also won a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the World Junior Championships in Finland in 1990.
He was a member of the 1995 Calder Cup winning Albany River Rats and the AHL 1995-96 regular season champions, again as a member of the River Rats. Pellerin accumulated 120 goals, 184 assists, 304 points and 429
penalty minutes in 328 career games in the AHL as a member of the Utica Devils, the Worcester IceCats, the Portland Pirates and the River Rats. Pellerin was also a part of the St. Louis team that won the Presidents Trophy, awarded to the NHL team with the best record at the end of the regular season, in 1999-2000.

 

Hubie McDonough III - hmcdonough@scorebound.com

 

Hubie McDonough, a native of Manchester, New Hampshire, is in his 10th year as the Director of Hockey Operations for the Manchester Monarchs.
His responsibilities include overseeing all player movement between Manchester and
their respective affiliates in Los Angeles, California, and Ontario, Califoria, player immigration and team services.McDonough served as the Director of Hockey Operations for the International Hockey League's Orlando Solar Bears before his appointment with the Monarchs in 2001. He helped guide the Solar Bears to the
2001 Turner Cup. Prior to that post, he served as an Assistant Coach for the Solar Bears during the 1999-00 season.

One of the most prolific goal scorers
in small college ice hockey history while attending nearby St. Anselm College,
McDonough captured the small college Hobey Baker Memorial Award in 1985. At Manchester Memorial High School, McDonough, who remains St. Anselm's all-time leading scorer, played for his father, Hubie Jr., before moving on to play at
New Hampton Prep. Signed by the Los Angeles Kings as a free agent in 1988, McDonough enjoyed a 13-year pro career that spanned 955
games, including 195 NHL contests with the Kings, the New York Islanders and the San Jose Sharks. He was named to the All-IHL Second Team twice (1992-93 and 1994-95) and played in two IHL All-Star Games (1994 and 1995). McDonough was selected as the Most Valuable Player in the 1995 IHL All-Star Game. McDonough enjoyed nearly four seasons as a player in Orlando and was one of the team's most consistent performers. With him at center, the Solar Bears twice advanced to the Turner
Cup finals (1996 and 1999), and they appeared in the IHL post-season during all four of his seasons there.