2019-2020 Rep Coaches, News (Ancaster Minor Hockey)

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2019-2020 Rep Coaches
Submitted By AMHL on Wednesday, March 20, 2019
The Ancaster Minor Hockey League (AMHL) and Glanbrook Minor Hockey Association (GHMA) are very pleased to release our initial coaching decisions for the inaugural 2019/2020 season for the Glancaster Bombers Rep Teams.


After receiving 39 applications, conducting independent interviews with each applicant and reviewing evaluations, player rankings, and interview recommendations – the Glancaster Bomber Subcommittee and both AMHL and GMHA boards have approved these coaches for the upcoming season.

Many hours were spent in hopes of providing a fair and transparent process. We are extremely lucky between our two organizations to have so many qualified and engaged volunteers willing to put their name forward and take on the immense responsibility of being a Head Coach. We were unable to award a team to every applicant that deserved one – and we strongly hope that all applicants will still be willing to offer their time and efforts to support their team in some capacity. 

Minor Atom
AA – Steven Foglietta
A – Tyler Black
AE – Vacant

Major Atom
AA – Shawn Gordon
A – Vacant
AE – Vacant

Minor Peewee
AA – Jeff Schweitzer
A – Chris Folz
AE – Vacant

Major Peewee
AA – Eugene Mirabelli and Rick Vandermolen
A – Matthew Rushton
AE – Lidio Mancini

Minor Bantam
AA – Jacob Dafoe
A – Chris Vaugeois
AE – Robin McHugh

Major Bantam
AA – John Gatto
A – Noel Clannon
AE – Jason Mancini

Minor Midget
AA – Dan Mintenko
A – Vacant
AE - Vacant

** where a position has been left vacant, there may be applicants who have been interviewed and recommended for a position, but have chosen to remain anonymous until the AA-level tryouts are completed. Further announcements will come as we hit tryouts and our numbers become clearer.
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