Coaching Staff

Mike Porcello

Mike has been with the Rebels Organization for several years and is excellent with teaching skills to younger players.   Mike's son played in the Rebels Organization and was a player on the Long Island Junior Royals team in the Metrolpolitan Junior Hockey League.


Kevin Young



Benoit Hogue

Benny made his National Hockey League (NHL) debut with the Sabres in the 1987–88 season, and remained with the Sabres until early in the 1991–92 season. Three games into the season, he was part of a blockbuster trade between the Sabres and the New York Islanders which involved seven players, including Pierre Turgeon and Pat LaFontaine.[1]

Hogue's time in New York was the most productive of his career, as he scored 105 goals in three-plus seasons with the Islanders before joining the Toronto Maple Leafs. Hogue was a journeyman for the remainder of his career, playing for the Tampa Bay LightningPhoenix CoyotesBoston Bruins, and three separate stints with the Dallas Stars. He joined the Washington Capitals late in the 2001–02 season and played the final nine games of his NHL career there.

In his NHL career, Hogue appeared in 863 games. He scored 222 goals and added 321 assists and won the Stanley Cup in 1999 with Dallas.



Greg Cartwright

Head Coach


Frank Dell'Solla

Head Coach


James Chang


Mike Cartwright


Pat Martin

Pat has been part of the Rebels family for a long time.  As a Rebels player starting in 2003 Pat was assistant captain of the famous '91 team that went on to win three NYS Championships, and a second and a third place finish at the USA Hockey Nationals Finals.   

After a successful year at the junior level Pat attended and played for Niagara University ACHA (09-13) regular season champs '13.

The past four seasons (17-21) he has been a Rebels  assistant coach with Greg Cartwright,  they won season championships twice, and EJ and NYS Championship in 2019.     

Reviews from players parents include, "great coach, excellent hockey knowledge, great motivator, and fantastic role model."



Tom Cartwright


Vincent Manetta

Vinnie has an extensive and diverse coaching past including both domestic and international.  In 2003, Vinnie started coaching travel hockey on Long Island and has had the opportunity to coach at every age and level with multiple organizations.  Vinnie Mannetta has also served as an evaluator on Long Island for USA Hockey’s Player Development Select Camps, the first step toward the USA National teams.


Vinnie is not only an accomplished coach, but his playing credentials are equally impressive. A product of Long Island travel hockey, Vinnie went on to play hockey at the college level. He attended Iona College and played for the Gaels from 1992-1996, captaining the team his final two seasons. He was an ECAC Conference All-Star selection during his senior season and also received College Athlete of the Month honors that year.


At the semi-pro level, Vinnie had 2 brief stints as a member of Nashville Nighthawks of the Central Hockey League during the ’96-’97 season and suited up as a power forward for the Idaho Steelhounds of the WCHL in ’97-’98. Following his years in the US, Vinnie skated professionally in Milano, Italy during the ’98-‘99 season.

Brandon Perrone

Goalie Coach