Coaches

Head Coach - Terry Jones

Head Coach – Terry Jones

Terry has been Coach, and, or Manager of the Nitehawks since 1996. During this 24 year span the team has won over 1000 games and 12 Division Championships, 11 Conference Championships, 8 KIJHL Championships, 4 Cyclone Taylor Championships, and 1 Keystone Championship. In Terry’s playing career, special highlights were winning a Memorial Cup with the 1983 Portland Winterhawks and also winning 2 Spengler Cup Gold Medals. Terry and his wife Loretta reside in Montrose. They have 2 sons: Kellen and Connor who are currently playing pro hockey in the USA. Terry is vice-principal at Stanley Humphries Secondary School in Castlegar.

Assistant Coach - Shane Drake

Assistant Coach – Shane Drake

Assistant Coach - Jeremy Cominotto

Assistant Coach – Jeremy Cominotto

Goalie Coach - Mike Morissette

Goalie Coach – Mike Morissette

Mike played 4 years for the Nitehawks from 1996-2000. He was a member of the first Cyclone Taylor Championship team. He has coached the Nitehawks for 9 years and has been a member of 4 league championships as either a player, or coach. Mike has added the position of goaltending coach to his resume this year. Mike and his wife Danielle, and their daughters Maya and Chloe reside in Fruitvale.

Team Trainer - Steve Mears

Team Trainer – Steve Mears

Assistant Team Trainer/Accountant - Kevin Hendrickson

Assistant Team Trainer/Accountant – Kevin Hendrickson

Head Scout - Cory Clark

Head Scout – Cory Clark

The Nitehawks are very fortunate to have Cory Clark as their Head Scout. Cory works tirelessly in his pursuit of hockey talent, especially throughout the Province of Alberta. He has great confidence in the Nitehawk program. Cory feels young players are not only expertly tutored in terms of their hockey skills but are treated respectfully by everyone in the Nitehawk Organization. Cory has been instrumental in the continued success of the Nitehawks. Cory and his wife Susanna have 2 children, Brett and Trey. Brett backstopped the Nitehawks to the Keystone Cup Championship in 2014. Cory and family reside in Grande Prarie, Alberta.

Regional Scout - Larry Lovelock

Regional Scout – Larry Lovelock

Stony Plain, Alberta

General Manager - Jamie Cominotto

General Manager – Jamie Cominotto