- Assistant Coach
Ed Comeau joined the Colorado Mammoth as an assistant coach in September, 2010. The 2011 season will be his first with the Mammoth organization and his 14th as a coach in the NLL. In his 13-year career, Comeau has a total of five Champion’s Cup titles and has twice served as the head coach of the East Division in the NLL All-Star Game.
Ed Comeau joined the Colorado Mammoth as an assistant coach in September, 2010. The 2013 season will be his third with the Mammoth organization and his 16th as a coach in the NLL. In his 15-year career, Comeau has a total of five Champion’s Cup titles and has twice served as the head coach of the East Division in the NLL All-Star Game.
In 2008, Comeau assumed the dual role of head coach and general manager of the Titans organization where he served for two years. In his first season with the Titans, he was named the league’s GM of the year.
His previous coaching experience was with the Rochester Knighthawks, spending two years as an assistant and three years as head coach. In 2007, his team set a franchise record finishing the regular season 14-2, winning its last 12 games in a row. The Knighthawks’ winning streak continued into the playoffs as they won the league title and ran their winning streak to 15 straight games, the second-longest streak in league history. Following the season, Comeau was named the winner of the Les Bartley Award as the NLL’s coach of the year.
He began his NLL career with the Ontario Raiders as an assistant coach, moving to Toronto when the franchise relocated after his first season. Comeau was with the Rock for five-plus seasons and won four championships during his tenure.
Comeau resides in Hamilton, Ontario with his wife, Tracy, and their twins, Alex and Spencer.