Coach Fusco began his coaching career in upstate NY, near Oneonta. For almost 18 years, he coached youth
baseball, U-16 and U-19 American Legion baseball and U-19 soccer in USA soccer for the NYSWYSA.
He coached youth ice hockey in the STHA of Binghamton, NY. In 2002 and 2003 he coached the Binghamton
Tornadoes Jr C before taking the Binghamton University Men`s Ice Hockey head coaching job for the
2004-2005 season and 2005-2006 season. Coach Fusco graduated from Franklin Pierce University
where he was a 3-time letter winner in soccer, baseball and hockey in 1973 and 1974. His oldest son,
Josh, formerly a coach for the University of Scranton, now coaches for the Scranton Knights NAHL organization. Coach
Fusco joined the Scranton Hockey family for the 2017-2018 season.
Coach Moran is an alumni of The University of Scranton, graduating in 2008 with his BS and in
2012 with his doctorate in physical therapy. Coach Moran has had multiple leadership roles in
his career and made his coaching debut for the 2012-2013 season as an assistant coach alongside
Coach Sean Twomey, the Head Coach from 2012-2016. His dedication to the team led to a new role as General Manager for the 2014-2015
season and interim Head Coach for the 2016-2017 season. Coach Moran resumed his previous role as General Manager for the 2017-2018 season, handing the reigns over to Coach Fusco to head the team. He currently works as a home health physical therapist in the Wyoming Valley.
Coach Hackling began his hockey career playing for the Junior Penguins through the Midget U-16 team, prior
to joining the Phaldelphia Little Flyers for U-18 and juniors in the MJHL. Coach Hackling went on to play for the
Wilkes-Barre Miners NA3EHL team for three seasons and then joined the Orangeville Ice Crushers in the GMHL. Coach
Hackling is currently a student at Luzerne County Community College working toward a degree in Business Management.
He joined the Scranton Hockey team for his coaching debut for the 2017-2018 season, getting the chance to coach his
brother, Lewis, who is in his senior year at Scranton.