Spencer has an extensive hockey background which began in a hockey family in British Columbia where he was on the ice at age 3. He was an all-star in the BCHL and went on to play Division 1 hockey at Yale University where he won the David C. Noyes award for inspiring teammates through determination, grit, and courage. After completing his college career, he played professionally in Germany. His coaching experience ranges from the Learn to Skate level to development teams, and he is currently coaching 8U, 10U, and girls hockey. He has two children who are players at SnoKing, who are proving to love the game as much as their dad.
Professionally, Spencer has worked in finance for three top global companies: Disney, Goldman Sachs, and Microsoft. He has also worked for a start up satellite launch company, Spaceflight Industries, as well as the Fluke Corporation.
Aiden played professional hockey in Germany. He is a student of the game who is always improving and evolving his own game. Aiden also played Junior A hockey in both Canada and the U.S. with teams in elite leagues, such as the BCHL. Being an offensive-minded player, Aiden specializes in shooting, stick handling, and passing. He has a passion for helping develop players and giving them the tools to excel in hockey.
Jeremy has been around the game of hockey his entire life, born in Montreal he was skating on ponds since before he could walk. Jeremy grew up playing youth hockey in Arizona, and went on to grow his career in the Western Hockey League. Playing in the WHL for four years, two years for the Victoria Royals, and two with the Prince Albert Raiders. He won the WHL Championship his 3rd Year in the league and had the honor of playing for the Memorial cup.
Jeremy won the Humanitarian of the Year award his final two years with Prince Albert, wanting to be involved more at the rink, with teammates, in the community, and alway wanting to help no matter what the task was.
He is now attending school with Carleton University, in Ottawa, and still aspires of playing pro hockey once he gets his business degree.
Erik was born and raised in Seattle, WA where he hounded his parents for a chance to play hockey since he was 4 years old. As a child he played for the Sno-King Hockey Association and at 15 years of age, Erik made the Midget A team. At 17 he left for college at Washington State University (ACHA Division II) starting all 4 years. Erik earned Pac-8 Honorable Mention as a freshman and was one of just two players to represent WSU on the first ever Pac-8 Conference team in the National ACHA All-Star Tournament in Philadelphia, PA.
Professionally Erik has developed his career working as an Associate Director of Client Success at an Institutional Review Board for Clinical Research. Currently he works as an Associate Account Executive for Amazon Web Services in downtown Seattle.
Forever a student of the game, Erik continues to play in local leagues around the Seattle area.
Nick Wagner played in the BCHL and was the Captain of his Jr. A hockey team in Ontario Canada. Nick is a two way player who benefits his team not only with his offensive and defensive skills, but also with his strong leadership. Focusing on a positive attitude and improving skills in all aspects of the game is Nick’s top priority. He looks forward to helping young players grow and improve their own game.