Massachusetts Hockey’s CCM Hockey High Performance Girls’ Player Development Director since the 2015-2016 season.
Head coach of BB&N girls' varsity hockey team since the 2012-2013 season.
2014, he served as intern coach at the U18 National Camp for Team USA.
2005-06 interim head coach for the BB&N Girls' Varsity Hockey team.
2002-03 season he was the head coach of Sacred Heart University Women's team.
Worked with the East Coast Selects hockey program.
After Graduating from Sacred Heart, Ed played briefly in the French Elite League with ASG Tours and then was invited to the Greensboro Generals (Toronto Maple Leaf's East Coast Affiliate) training camp.
Bourget played Division I college hockey while at Sacred Heart University and was a three time MAAC All-Academic team member.
ECAC medal of merit award winner his senior season and was nominated for the Hockey Humanitarian Award in 2001.
He graduated from BB&N in 1996.
Massachusetts Hockey Girls Player Development Director
Massachusetts Hockey Girls Player Development Goaltending Director
Phone: (781) 913-8987
Katie Burt started in 2021 as the Massachusetts Hockey Girls Player Development Goaltending Director is a Professional Women’s Ice Hockey Player.
Currently playing with the PWHPA and Team USA.
Katie grew up in Lynn, Massachusetts and attended Buckingham Browne and Nichols (BB&N) for three years where she led the girl’s hockey program to their first New England Tournament in 16 years her freshman year.
Her career at BB&N led her to Boston College where graduated as an Economics major. She was named the 2018 Eagle of the Year.
She completed her career among the NCAA leaders in every career category, finishing her eligibility ranked No. 1 in career wins (121), No. 5 in career winning percentage (.863), No. 5 in career shutouts (35), Tied-No. 9 in career goals against average (1.47), No. 12 in career saves (3,180) and Tied-No. 13 in career save percentage (.937). A three-time Beanpot Champion and two-time Hockey East Champion has also been involved with USA Hockey since 2014.
Katie won gold at the 2015 U18 Women’s World Championships as a member of Team USA. She was a also a member of two U-22 USA teams that competed in a three-game series against Hockey Canada in Calgary in 2016 and 2018. She was also elected to attend U.S. Olympic Tryouts in Tampa Bay, Florida for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.