Grant Sherman – Director of Scouting and Director of Training

 Before joining DITR Hockey, Grant Sherman played four years of varsity hockey at St. Mark’s School in the ISL and won two consecutive New England Prep School Championships in his junior and senior seasons. He was also a student president and four-year varsity baseball player while at St. Mark’s. He learned during this tenure the importance of fundamentals, player confidence, and that success breeds more success. These elements are where statistical probabilities meet training fundamentals.

Grant is currently a head coach for the New Hampshire Avalanche Beast teams at the U16 and U18 levels. In his first season with the Avalanche, his teams played in the tier 1 division of the Beast Showcase Series. Prior to moving to the Avalanche, Grant was a head coach for the Neponset Valley River Rats premier program. 
Grant is finishing his senior year at Northeastern University and works part-time for the Boston Red Sox in Data Analytics. In his final year, he is representing the Northeastern Huskies ACHA team as their President and Assistant Captain. His team has made three-straight ACHA National Championship appearances including two trips to the National Semi-Finals and one National Championship appearance.

Grant uses the training elements he has learned by being coached by Scott Young, Carl Corazzini, Ken Hodge, David Quinn, Toby O’Brien, and Paul Vincent to name a few. He incorporates the best of traditional training along with the learnings of hockey statistical probabilities.

It’s what DITR Hockey is about, helping players breed success from success, probabilities and great fundamentals are what breeds success.

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