Mike Cosentino


Mike Cosentino enters his second season with the Brooklyn Aviators as the Head Coach and General Manager of the USPHL Premier team. Before joining the Aviators, Mike served as the interim head coach and assistant general manager of the Elmira Mammoth professional hockey team, who competed in the FPHL, a single A pro league. Mike has also coached in the past for the Old Bridge Knights, the Brick Hockey Club, Swain’s Hockey Skills and Development and Norwalk High School in Norwalk, CT. Mike’s roles have ranged from head coach, to assistant coach, to goalie coach for these organizations.

Mike is from Point Pleasant, New Jersey. He played youth hockey for the New Jersey Titans AAA programs. He also played varsity hockey and baseball for Red Bank Catholic High School. While at RBC Mike won a conference championship in hockey as well as being named a conference first team all-star, in addition to receiving MVP for the varsity team. Mike then went on to play junior hockey for the Philadelphia Revolution of the EHL. Mike then played NCAA college hockey for King’s College and Neumann University. After his junior year, Mike received the opportunity to play professionally in the FPHL for the Watertown Wolves. Mike played pro hockey for three years in the FPHL, and while he was there, he received 2 call-ups to the SPHL and ECHL.

Mike’s coaching philosophy is that success comes from consistent improvements every day, which lead to big changes over time. He believes that attention to detail and consistent discipline will provide players with an efficacious junior hockey experience.


Head Coach and General Manager