Staff

Tyler Noseworthy
Head Coach and Assistant General Manager
Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks - NA3HL
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Josh Starr
Director of Communications
Danbury Hat Tricks

Josh Starr is the Director of Communications and Play-By-Play broadcaster for the Danbury Hat Tricks (FPHL) and Jr. Hat Tricks. He spent the last four years broadcasting Penn State hockey games for the student radio station, CommRadio.

Josh called Play-By-Play for multiple Penn State postseason games as well as their trip to Wells Fargo Center in 2018. With CommRadio, Josh served as general manager of the station for two years. He hails from Broomall, Pennsylvania.

Chad Oklin-Jolin
Director of Media Relations
Danbury Hat Tricks

Chad Oklin-Jolin is a 2020 graduate of San Jose State University with a Masters degree in Mass Communication and a Bachelors in Radio, TV, and Film. A Santa Cruz, California native, Oklin-Jolin will arrive in Danbury after seven years on the San Jose State Campus.

While in San Jose, he spent seven seasons as a broadcaster for San Jose State’s student radio station, 90.5 KSJS, culminating in a three-year stint as program director. A role in which he directly oversaw 150 members of the station.

Oklin-Jolin also spent three seasons as a media relations assistant for the San Jose Barracuda of the American Hockey League.

Colton Orr
Managing Partner/Owner
Former New York Ranger, Colton Orr, who played 13-years professionally, has joined the Ownership Group of the team’s North American Hockey League platform.  Orr will serve as the organization’s Managing Partner of the Junior Hockey operation.
 
Colton Orr, a native of Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada, played 477 games in the National Hockey League and registered 24 points (12 goals & 12 assists) and over 1100 Penalty Minutes (PIMs).  Orr’s former teammates include Jaromir Jagr, Henrik Lundqvist, Chris Drury, Brendan Shanahan, Phil Kessel, Joe Thornton, and Brian Leetch.
 
Orr: “I was fortunate in my Junior Hockey career to have an ex-NHL player (Mike Ridley) to mentor my team in Winnipeg with the St. Bonifice Saints and it was an unbelievable experience for the guys in the room.  Being part of building this program from the start is a very exciting opportunity.  I can’t wait to get on the ice with the boys.”
 
As part of the partnership, the Danbury Ice Arena will become the home of the Colton Orr Hockey Academy (www.coltonorrhockey.com) which focuses on developing full contact hockey players, taught with the proper methods.  All of the camps, clinics, and symposiums are designed to specifically teach body contact and positioning, while also enhancing player skills.