The most important person in the life of every club is the head coach. The AHL also possesses a head trainer. His responsibilities include implementing the franchise development strategy and motivating good athletes to achieve their goals. Over thirty League teams and over nine summer changes.
The hockey head trainer is now simply obliged to create a new stream of young talent. Let’s take a closer look at hockey head trainer changes in the off-season.
What’s new at Abbotsford?
Classically, the AHL is seen as the path to the NHL for players and coaches alike. Former coach Trent Kall just received an invitation to the Vancouver Canucks. 13 hockey seasons in the AHL were more than successful – Syracuse, Utica, and Abbotsford.
Jeremy Colliton has been appointed as the new head trainer of Abbotsford for 2022. Jeremy five years ago was the youngest trainer in the AHL along with Rockford IceHogs. The trainer has good statistics for his own performances.
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Colliton already realized a closing with Rockford, more than five hockey seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks crew, as well as a trip to the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Club Chicago also experienced a change
Ryan Warsofsky was Chicago’s head trainer until the 2022 season. The young trainer has had great success in the AHL before. He spent three seasons heading the Carolina Hurricanes crew. His main achievement is 50 event wins in the ordinary hockey period and 110 points ahead of the Calder Prize.
Brock Sheehan has been appointed to his position for the 2022 season. He is also an impressive hockey athlete.
At 29, Sheehan burst into coaching following playing in the Chicago Steel. Working as a second trainer at the College of the Holy Cross and Steel, he also won the 2021 league championship.
Cleveland lost an age-old coach in exchange for a young professional
For three seasons in a row, Cleveland was headed by the oldest trainer in the AHL, Mike Eaves. New Vogelhuber replaced his colleague in 2022. The new trainer is only 34 years old. Ogelhuber has a very positive outlook.
In the AHL franchise, the instructor already won the Calder Cup back in 2016 with the Monsters team. In Cleveland, he worked as a second trainer for four periods. He bided his time.