Calgary Inferno Team Staff 2013-14
She is no stranger to women’s hockey. For the past 15 years she has been selected to represent Canada at several national and international championships as a Hockey Canada certified Level VI official. A seasoned business professional with a rich and varied management background she brings a wealth of progressive experience and achievements in all facets of sport and business operations and management, communications and marketing. One of her most memorable career highlights came when she was hired as manager of the men’s national sledge hockey team who went on to win Canada’s first ever Paralympic gold medal at the 2006 Winter Paralympics Games which were held in Torino, Italy.
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Former National Hockey League player and longtime coach in men’s and women’s hockey, has spent the past six years as head coach of the University of Vermont women’s program. Tim, was an assistant coach with the Canadian women’s team that captured the gold medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics.
Played parts of 11 NHL seasons as a defenceman with the New York Rangers, Hartford Whalers and St. Louis Blues, along with more than 250 games in the American Hockey League. He has head coaching experience with the Western Hockey League’s Medicine Hat Tigers (1990-92), the International Hockey League’s Phoenix Roadrunners (1992-94) and the University of Calgary men’s team (1994-2001). He was an assistant coach with the NHL’s Atlanta Thrashers from 2001 to 2003.
Since 2003, Tim has been a mainstay behind the bench of women’s teams, including 2003-2005 as an associate head coach of the Oval X-Treme and 2004-2006 as an assistant coach with the Canadian women’s national team.
Kevin Haller - AC
Native of Trochu, Alberta, spent 13 years playing in the NHL. During his 13-season NHL career, Kevin played for the Buffalo Sabres, Montreal Canadians, Philadelphia Flyers, Carolina Hurricanes, Anaheim Mighty Ducks, and the New York Islanders. He won the Stanley Cup with the Canadians in 1993. Since retiring from his NHL career, Kevin has remained involved in hockey having coached various levels over the past 9 years. He and his wife, Kim, live in the Calgary area and are proud parents of four daughters.
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