Jason has been coaching hockey for the past 27 years spending time coaching and developing players with minor hockey associations for the Stratford Warriors, Huron Perth Lakers and the Stratford Aces. During his coaching career Jason has also coached in the GOJHL with both the Listowel Cyclones and Stratford Cullitons winning Cherrey Cups with both organizations.
Jason spent eleven years in various roles running the Stratford Aces as a member of the Executive and has spent the last three seasons as Head Scout for the Stratford Warriors. Jason is an Inspector with the Stratford Police Service . He was born and raised in Stratford where he lives with his wife Jen and daughter Neely.
Nick is very excited to be joining the historic Stratford Hockey Club. He welcomes the challenges and obstacles he will face within the role of General Manager.
Nick brings multiple years of experience in the hockey world. His coaching experiences include Stratford Minor Hockey and the Huron Perth Lakers as well as several spring hockey programs. Most recently Nick has held the position of GM/Director of Midget Hockey with the Huron Perth Lakers. While holding this position for the past 4 years he promoted players to the next level with a very high level of success. His experience with the U18 program, as well as a hockey dad, will be valuable in the day-to-day interactions with players and families.
Nick holds strong values and believes in loyalty, honestly, teamwork and hard work. It is his belief that if the character in the room is right, wins and losses will take care of themselves on the ice.
Nick has resided in Stratford his whole life and lives with his wife Leslie, daughter Emily and son Tyler. Nick has been an employee of Turner Plumbing and Heating for 24 years. He looks forward to contributing to the continued success of the Stratford Hockey Club and its traditions in the rink and in the community.
Head Scout: Tyler Brown
Scouts: Phil Westman, Greg Swan, Russell Sutton, Mike Fischer, Keidon Giles, Brian Nigro, Chris Longthorne, Perry Reibling