After terrific seasons at the Premier and Elite levels in the USPHL, the Knights added an NCDC team starting for the 2022-23 season. Going into their 2nd season, the Knights are excited to build a strong core with the new additions of Head Coach Terry Watt.

The National Collegiate Development Conference is an 18-team, tuition-free junior hockey league entirely located in the Northeastern United States. The league and all of its teams are fully united and dedicated to the mission of player development and advancement to college hockey.

Born and raised in Ajax, ON, Canada. Coach Watt played his Junior career in both Canada and the USA. Following his collegiate career, Terry played professional hockey on four continents, suiting up for 14 different teams. He also served as a player-coach during a couple of seasons in Europe. During Terry’s pro career he won four championships -- three as a player and one as a coach.

Recently Watt served as a Head Coach & GM for the Professional Women's Hockey Players Association (PWHPA), where he was coaching/training and working daily with Team USA and Team Canada For the last three-years coach Watt has also been the GM/Head coach for the Protec Jr Ducks in the (EHL) his teams have always been amongst the league leaders for points, advancement, and NCAA placement.

Off the ice, Terry is known for being the founder and CEO of the OTM Sports Network. OTM (On The Market) is a free hockey career networking tool, designed specifically for the hockey world to land contracts, jobs, recruit, network, gather league information and to follow highlights and news from every hockey league around the world. OTM is the world’s largest free secured site that allows hockey’s elite to advance their careers, share information and stay connected anywhere around the globe.

  • OTM Sports Network (Founder & CEO)

  • 33 years of playing and coaching experience

  • Professional playing experience: 9 years

  • Professional Coaching experience: 7 years

  • Professional championships: 4

Terry Watt

NCDC Head Coach

  • NCAA Athlete: Buffalo State College

  • 2022-Current NAHL Scout (Maine Nordiques)

  • 2022-2023 EHL Coach of The Year

  • 2022-2023 South Division Regular Season Champions

  • 2022-2023 South Division All-Star Coach

  • 2021-2022 EHL All-Star Coach

  • 2020-2023 EHL GM/Head Coach (Protec Jr Ducks)

  • 2019-2020 PWHPA GM/Head Coach (Tri-State) Olympians

  • 2019-2020 Egyptian National Team Head Coach (IIHF)

  • 2019-2021 NAHL Scout (Minnesota Magicians)

  • 2019-2021 Skills & Development director (Protec Ducks)

  • 2018-2019 NWHL Head Coach (Metropolitan Riveters)