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NAHL mourns the loss of New Hampshire coach Nick Cammarata

June 7, 2024

Nick Cammarata (1980-2024)

The North American Hockey League (NAHL) and New Hampshire Mountain Kings are mourning the loss of Coach Nick Cammarata who passed Monday from a heart attack, he was 44. This spring, Nick joined the New Hampshire Mountain Kings Academy as the 15U coach.  In addition he was also going to serve as an assistant coach for the organization’s NAHL junior team. ⁠

Nick was originally from Canton, Mass. He played prep hockey at St. Sebastian’s and was a four-year member of the Merrimack College Warriors from 1999-03. Cammarata served as one of Merrimack’s captains during the 2002-03 season. After 127 games as a Warrior, Cammarata played four seasons professionally in the ECHL, SPHL, CHL, as well as a brief stint in Italy.⁠

He recently embarked on a coaching career. He was an assistant coach with the Vernal Oilers (CAJHL) in 2021-22 and was later hired as the head coach of the Texas Brahmas (NA3HL). Last season he was an assistant coach with the Badlands Sabres (NA3HL).⁠

Nick’s time with the Mountain Kings was short, however impactful.  Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends, our staff and players, may they find some comfort that Nick was teaching hockey, the game he loved.⁠

Our thoughts and condolences are with Cammarata’s family and friends.

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