Mario Larouche is the former goaltending coach of the Acadie Bathurst Titan of the QMJHL. He is the Goaltending Coach of the Northern Moose Major Midget AAA Hockey team. 

He was also a part of Les Aigles Bleus of l’Universite de Moncton won two national intercollegiate championships in a row in dramatic fashion, with nine seconds to go in Calgary in 1981 and thirty-three seconds left to play in Moncton in 1982. They were the first team from a Maritime-based university to win the national title. 

These two teams won fifty regular season games in their home conference; and defeated Dalhousie one year and Prince Edward Island the next to garner the Atlantic title and qualify for nationals. In both years they played off against Dave King’s University of Saskatchewan Huskies. 

Coach Jean Perron was responsible for resurrecting and consolidating the hockey program at U de M, – a continuing source of institutional pride and prestige.

Mario is a retired school teacher and a member of the Hockey New Brunswick Panel of Certified Hockey Canada Instructors. He will be responsible for all classroom and on-ice instruction for the north-east region.

He operates the Baie des Chaleur Goalie Clinics in Nothern New Brunswick..

He has been a major player in Goalie development in New Brunswick for the last 30 years.