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WGMHA - 2019-20 Coach Announcements - 1st round
Submitted By Steven Woods on Friday, December 21, 2018
The Waterloo Ravens are proud to announce the appointments of the following coaches for the 2019-20 season for AA & A teams as part of our first round coaching selection.

Additional coaching announcements will be made as they are available, and further opportunities to apply for additional teams will be posted in the new year.  

Midget AA - Darrell Husk Email: [email protected]

Bantam AA - Dave Morrow Email: [email protected]

PeeWee AA - Bryan Snyder Email: [email protected]  

Atom AA - Stephen Ahlberg Email: [email protected]

Midget A  - Marcel Gaudet Email: [email protected]

Bantam A  - Brian Bourque Email: [email protected]

PeeWee A, Atom A - We welcome inquiries and will re-announce an opportunity to apply shortly. Inquire: [email protected]


Potential players including non-residents interested in the Waterloo Ravens AA teams - please check out our new HPTP - High Performance Training Program for AA/A which will commence for the 2019-20 Season for all our MAA/A, BAA/A and PAA/A teams.  

HPTP is a program that will unify the Waterloo Ravens’ PWHL, AA and A representative programs to support our athletes at the top competitive levels with additional and exceptional coaching, skill development and mentoring opportunities.  All AA and A-level players will participate in this program and team coaches work closely with HPTP staff in a way that integrates and evolves with team strategies and coaching needs.

Waterloo’s HPTP teams welcome non-residents with targets of 5 for MAA, 4 for BAA, 3 for PAA and WGMHA leadership together with HPTP coaches will make determinations on additional non-resident players as may be determined to be necessary to insure HPTP teams are competitive annually.  HPTP teams and the association are committed to retaining non-resident players year over year as part of its long-term player development goals in partnership between PWHL, MAA, BAA and PAA teams. It is our intent to facilitate some overlapping practices amongst teams to insure coaches have opportunities to get to know players at younger levels and maximize opportunities to play in call up situations.

In its’ 11 years in the PWHL, WGMHA’s KW Rangers has supported 90+ players in advancing to post-PWHL play in USport and US colleges. Of these, 32 advanced to NCAA Div 1, and 54 to USport teams. At the latest count more than 100 former Ravens players have advanced to collegiate play.

The ultimate goal of HPTP is to continue to support our program athletes in their progression towards PWHL, USport, NCAA and beyond.


Dwayne Orth, Director of Coaching WGMHA

Steven Woods, Director of Representative Hockey WGMHA

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