Anthony Bohn named Assistant Coach

Portland, ME – June 19, 2018 – The Maine Mariners are proud to announce Anthony Bohn as Assistant Coach.

Bohn, 33, comes to the Mariners from the Aberdeen Wings of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) where he was an assistant coach the past two season. Over the past two season the Wings have compiled a 68-40-12 record while having 22 players commit to play Division I college hockey.

“We are excited to add Anthony to the Mariners hockey staff,” said Head Coach Riley Armstrong. “His knowledge of player development is evident in his success moving players to the next level and we are eager to have him join the staff as we add players to our roster for the upcoming season.”

Bohn joined the Wings after serving as Head Coach and General Manager of the Atlanta Capitals and Topeka Capitals of the NA3HL the three previous seasons.

“I’m incredibly excited to be joining the Mariners hockey staff,” said Bohn, a Florida native. “The opportunity for my first professional coaching position with an organization like the Mariners is something special to me and my family and I look forward to doing everything I can to help the Mariners succeed both on and off the ice.”

Bohn will be coming to Maine with his wife Falin and twin boys Aki and Tuukka.

The Mariners, affiliate of the New York Rangers, start play October 13, 2018 as members of the ECHL. The ECHL is the premier AA hockey league in the United States. Season tickets for the Mariners inaugural season are on sale now by visiting