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Girls Staff


Raymond P Jacques | Owner/Coach

Raymond P. Jacques, CFP, is the founder and President of New England Schooner, Inc. An industry veteran of more than 34 years, Ray specializes in creating custom financial strategies for individual and institutional investors. Today, he oversees the investment and management of over $780 million in client assets. Outside of his professional career, Ray is most passionate about hockey and advancing the USA Hockey Foundation’s mission to, “Strengthen American hockey by providing support in participation, opportunity, safety, player development, education and commemoration.” He has been inducted into the University of Maine’s Athletic Hall of Fame, honoring him for his award-winning 1981 to 1985 career, playing Right Wing and serving as legendary University of Maine Hockey Coach Shawn Walsh’s first Captain.


Michelle Jacques | Program Coordinator

Michelle Jacques, wife of Raymond P. Jacques, is the driving force behind the structure that is TeamONE Hockey.  Michelle is in charge of coordinating all ice times for both the Boys and Girls programs, and has managed check in, jerseys, tournament schedules, and Roster coordination throughout the years of TeamONE Hockey.  She goes above and beyond to make sure that our program is well maintained, and puts it in the best possible place to succeed.  We here at TeamONE are very lucky to have a woman like Michelle, and we value not only her skills as an organizer/planner, but as a person as well, and we look forward to the many years ahead! 


Ray Jacques Jr | Head Skating Coach

Ray Jacques Jr. began his hockey career with the Lowell Junior Riverhawks at UMass Lowell.  He later attended Austin Preparatory School in Reading, Ma, while starting his junior hockey career with the Salem Ice Dogs.  Ray went on to play in the EJHL for the New York Applecore.  Ray played three years at Salem State College before transferring to St. Olaf College where he would finish his hockey career.  Raymond is the director of the TeamONE Hockey Boys Program, and brings a wealth of knowledge involving the defensive position as well as skating technique and skills.  Ray has worked closely with NHL skating coach, Curtis Brackenbury, former NHL and U.S. National Team Coach, Mike Eaves, and USHL Des Moines Buccaneers Coach, Dave Red Allison.  Ray is excited to implement the skills he has acquired from his hockey career in his new program inspired by Curtis Brackenbury, Down to 90 Skating!


Jessica Jacques | Director of Girls Program/Head Skills Coach

Jessica Jacques is the Co-Director of the TeamONE Hockey summer Program. She is a coach who has assisted in player development, skill work, mental toughness, off-ice conditioning, and winning championships. She is also involved in the organization aspect including schedules, and events. Jessica is a former TeamONE player who has graduated Merrimack College where she played Division 1 College Hockey and studied Business Management. She was a four-year full scholarship hockey player. Prior to college hockey, Jessie played for the Boston Shamrocks and served as Captain her last two years. She played in the prominent JWHL League (Junior Women’s Hockey League). Jessie was a three-time USA National Camp participant which took place in St. Cloud Minnesota. She recently finished up her MBA- Masters in Business Administration. She loves giving back to the game that has taught her so much. Her biggest role model is her dad, the owner of TeamONE, who has taught her so much about the game of hockey and the life lessons it brings along the way. Recently, she was invited to work the USA Hockey Women’s U18 National team camp also known as the top 66 camp, this past summer in St. Cloud Minnesota. She got to work with top-end Division 1 coaches and the national team staff. Jessie strives to make TeamONE an environment for young athletes to develop their skills, game awareness and to understand the life lessons the game can bring. She is a mentor, to the new and up-and-coming athletes who dream of playing college hockey. 

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