Kingston Canadians Coaches for the 2020-2021 season, News (Kingston Area Minor Hockey Association)

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Kingston Canadians Coaches for the 2020-2021 season
Submitted By Enrico Caruso on Thursday, March 26, 2020
We would like to welcome and congratulate all new and returning coaches for 2020-2021 season:

U8 (Minor Novice)

A-Brad Smith

U9 (Major Novice)

AA- Mike Bauml

U10 (Minor Atom)

AA- Pat Dee
A- Chris Empey

U11 (Atom)

AA - Aaron Campbell
A- Ash Freeland

U12 (Minor Peewee)

AA- Brendon Gurd
A- Greg Brown

U13 (Peewee)

AA- Richard Gallagher
A- Shawn Pearce

U14 (Minor Bantam)

AA-  Rob Mayo
A- Ryan Hamilton

U15 (Bantam)

AA-Jon Paul Brown
A- Tom Kekowich

U16 (Minor Midget)

AA- Brian Hulton

U19 - (Midget)

AA- Steve Carter
A- Rob Sinclair 

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