Brendhan was officially announced as the United States Elite League Commissioner in the Fall of 2023. Brendhan grew up in Minneapolis MN, and now resides in Duxbury MA, with his wife and 3 kids. Brendhan grew up playing youth hockey in MN and then attended Cretin Durham Hall HS and graduated from Johnson High School in 1997. Brendhan then attended Vermont Academy prep school during the 1998 season. He then went on to play in the USHL for the Twin City Vulcans. Brendhan has been actively involved in coaching youth hockey including teams such as the 06 Blue Chips, and 06 Boston Advantage. Brendhan now works for Octagon where he represents multiple athletes at different age groups. Brendhan has strong relationships at all ages including, Youth, Tier 1, HS, Prep, Junior, College, and pro athletes as well as personnel at all these levels. During Brendhan's professional career, he has demonstrated the ability to collaborate and bring different partners together to help strengthen and grow businesses. Brendhans responsibilities include ensuring the best hockey players play in our league, our teams prosper as well as organizing/collaborating with host cities to ensure the best events take place for the hockey players, families and all involved within the hockey community.


Brendhan said "I am excited to take on this role. I am confident with the relationships that I have within the hockey environment, that I will be able to help grow the USEL to ensure that we provide the best league with the best players, to consistently provide the highest competition for these prospering athletes while helping streamline the path for these young athletes to meet their athletic dreams."

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