2019/2020 Rep Coach Announcement, News (Burlington Girls Hockey Club)

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2019/2020 Rep Coach Announcement
Submitted By Jenn Wagar on Tuesday, February 26, 2019
We are pleased to announce the following rep coach appointments for the 2019/2020 Season! 

John Brown | Bantam 3
A seven-year Barracudas coach in both rep and house league divisions, John is currently the Peewee BB Head Coach for the 2018-2019 hockey season. His coaching philosophy is to provide a fun, fair, safe and supportive environment that encourages and motivates aspiring players to achieve their goals.  John believes in learning life lessons through sport and is committed to developing challenging drills, individual and team skills, varied practices and fun games that help build teamwork, strength, character and a sense of accomplishment.  John can be reached at [email protected]

Chris Douridas | Atom AA
A four-year Barracudas coach, Chris is a D1 trained coach and currently coaches the Atom A team. An enthusiastic and outgoing dedicated volunteer, Chris's coaching philosophy is to create a safe, fun and positive atmosphere where players arrive at the rink excited and ready to play and learn.  He promotes teamwork and fair competitive play with a commitment to helping girls develop and become stronger players.  Chris can be reached at [email protected].
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