Flyers Champion Named New Framingham High Boys Hockey Coach

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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham High Athletic Director Paul Spear announced Dan Riva as the new Framingham High boys ice hockey coach today, August 27.

Riva will replace Will Ortiz, who resigned this summer.

A graduate of Framingham High School and RPI, Riva was on the last Flyers team to win a Division 1 State Title in 1992. He captained the team his senior year in 1992-93. 

While at RPI, he led the ECAC in scoring, was a First Team All-Star and named MVP his senior year. 

Following his collegiate career at RPI, Riva went on to play more than 300 games in the AHL, IHL and ECHL.  

Riva has extensive coaching experience from beginners with Framingham Youth Hockey to high school-aged players with the Central Mass Outlaws hockey club.

Riva resides in Ashland with his wife and two children.


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