MATT CULOT - Lead Skills Instructor
Matt Culot is the Lead Skills Instructor at Micro Ice. Matt hails from Billerica, Massachusetts. He began his Junior Hockey career as part of the Boston Junior Bruins at the age of 14 years old. He went on to play another 5 years of Juniors, with teams including the Valley Junior Warriors, Rochester Americans, Kalkaska Rhinos, Springfield Express, and the Utah Outliers where he was the leading scorer on the team with 81 points (21 goals and 60 assists) and in the top 20 scorers in the WSHL.
In 2019, Matt shifted from playing to teaching, joining the El Paso Rhinos organization in Texas to deliver high level development clinics and private lessons with an emphasis in power skating, shooting, stick work and agility. Matt also managed the Dallas Stars’ branded learn to play hockey program.
In 2020, Matt made the jump to coaching by joining the Everbaldes U14 A team in Estereo, Florida. Matt also joined the TPH Center of Excellence Estero team. The TPH program is designed for long term athlete development by providing platforms for each individual to reach their potential. Matt provided skills clinics and lessons, coached tournament teams, ran the treadmill and ensured athletes stayed on track on and off the ice. He also coached the Southeast Elite summer tournament teams in various US cities.
Matt joined Micro Ice in 2021 and provides various skills and skating clinics, classes and private lessons as well as assists in coaching our Ice Dogs teams. Matt strongly believes in teaching skills that make players think and make quick decisions. He looks to challenge players to go beyond their comfort zone.