Bob MacIsaac joined the Hockey Huskies coaching staff in 2013 after having coached in the Maritime Hockey League (MHL) for five seasons. A native of Antigonish, MacIsaac coaches the defense. A former defenseman himself , MacIsaac has played at the Major Junior, University and Professional levels.
MacIsaac captained the Huskies for three seasons from 1997 through 2000, and was both a league all-star as well as an Academic All- Canadian in his time at Saint Mary’s. MacIsaac was MVP of the team for the 97/98 season, and during his final season he was honoured with the Father David Memorial Award, which is awarded annually to the Saint Mary’s University hockey player who best exhibits leadership, commitment and dedication. That season he also captained an all-star team of players from the CIS that took part in a two-game series with their counterparts from the NCAA.
Prior to joining the Huskies, MacIsaac played two seasons with the Saint Francis Xavier X-Men, where he won rookie of the year honours during the 1994/1995 season.
MacIsaac played his junior hockey with the Ontario Hockey League’s (OHL) Sudbury Wolves, where he captained the Wolves in his final season.