Coaching Announcement, News (Cambridge roadrunners Girls' Hockey Association)

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Coaching Announcement
Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Thursday, January 9, 2020
We are pleased to announce the following coaches for the 2020/2021 Season:

PEEWEE AA
Bryce Macey - [email protected]

We are happy to announce Bryce Macey as the coach of our Peewee AA team. He is our current Atom A coach and is having a successful season with his team and doing a great job developing the players. 

BANTAM AA
Kory Green - [email protected]

Kory Green returns as our Bantam AA coach continuing to improve and strengthen our High Performance Program. He is seeing increasing success with the Bantam AA team and continues to work closely with our Midget AA team and the Rivulettes.

MIDGET AA HEAD COACH: 
Kory Green - [email protected]

Kory Green will also be coaching our Midget AA team. We are looking forward to having Kory continue to be an integral part of our High Performance program.

ASSOCIATE COACH: 
Shawn Maltby ([email protected])

Shawn Maltby is our current Midget AA coach who will be returning to help coach the team next season. Shawn has had many successes as Head Coach with his last season's team. One of the highlights is winning a Provincial Gold Medal at the Bantam AA level. Several of the players Shawn has coached have gone on to graduate to PWHL teams. Shawn will continue to work closely with the High Performance Program and the Rivulettes.


CrGHA has made great strides with the High Performance Program. The Rivulettes coaching staff continue to work weekly with our Midget AA or Bantam AA teams and coaches. As a result of this relationship over the last couple of years, we are seeing more and more players making the jump to the PWHL as well as receiving university hockey scholarships. 
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