Trevor joined the organization in May, 2012 and took over the Operations Manager role in a full-time capacity in May, 2013. He subsequently took over the position of President in 2015 and has carried on in that role since.
This past season he was an assistant coach with the Eastman Selects Female Bantam AAA team where they won the Bronze medal at the Hockey Manitoba Provincial Championships. Prior to that he coached for four seasons with the organization's female HCSS Prep team that placed 30 student-athletes in CIS and NCAA programs. Prior to that he coached for two seasons with the St. Vital Victorias female Midget AA team where they won the city championship in the 2011-12 season. He has also coached his daughter's St. Vital Chill team at the Novice and Atom level for the past four years. Trevor holds the Development I coaching certification through Hockey Manitoba.
Trevor played his minor hockey in the Morden Minor Hockey Association. He played two seasons of high school hockey with the Morden Mohawks where they captured the schools' first Zone IV title in his grade 11 season. He played four years of junior hockey; three seasons spent with the, now defunct, St. Claude Knights of the KJHL and one year with the Pembina Valley Twisters of the MMJHL. He spent the last five years of his playing days with the Morden Redskins of the SEMHL where they captured one league championship.
Trevor was born and raised in Morden, MB and moved to Winnipeg in 1999 to attend Red River College where he graduated with a Business Administration diploma in 2000. He spent the next 12 years in several accounting positions in both the private and public sectors. Currently, he is employed by 99 Agency as a sales rep and manages the growth of their team sales category with Under Armour. He resides in River Park South with his wife, Kim, and their 9 year-old daughter Jalyn.
Phone: (204) 232-4190
Phil joined the organization on a part-time basis in January, 2014 and became a co-owner of Futures Hockey in 2015; however, prior to that Phil was an assistant coach with the Jr Titans U14 spring program and played a key role in growing the program to where it is today. Phil was brought on to help grow the organization's current and future programming. Phil's playing days included time at the AAA level with the Winnipeg Warriors and a stint with the St. Boniface Riels of the MMJHL but his playing career had to be cut short due to post-concussion symptoms.
In 2015, Phil earned his Bachelor of Commerce degree at the University of Manitoba and this past fall moved to Calgary, AB to manage the Home Run Sports retail store. Phil remains a part of Futures Hockey and consults on business development opportunities.
Chris is the organization's Manager of Player and Program Development and works closely with ownership to help plan for our camps and spring development programs. Chris is also the Head Coach of our U14 Prospects team.
Chris joined Futures Hockey as the head coach of our U14 spring program in 2015 and added extensive coaching experience and a wealth of knowledge to the program. He was instrumental in developing the Manitoba Maple Leafs spring program and coached at both the U12 and U14 age groups.
During the winter he serves as the Head Coach of the Eastman Selects Female Bantam AAA program where he just recently completed his fifth season at the helm. The Selects won the Bronze medal at the Provincial AAA Female Bantam Championship after capturing back-to-back gold medals in the previous two Championships. His experience at the provincial level is equally impressive as he has served in various roles with Team Manitoba's Program of Excellence including the Video Coach (2015) and Assistant Coach (2016, 2017), Female Prospects (2015), Manitoba Games (2014), U18 Team Manitoba (2013), and the Director's Cup (2012). He holds the High Performance 1 Coaching Certification.
From 2005 to 2012, Chris coached at the Atom and Peewee age groups in the Springfield Minor Hockey Association where he led two teams to provincial championships. He also held down the position of VP Sport and Development in the Association from 2009 to 2015.
Chris' playing days saw him play Junior A hockey with the Kildonan North Stars and the Winnipeg South Blues. Following that he played Senior A hockey where he suited up with the Springfield 98's. Chris resides in Oakbank with his wife and two children - Allie and Ethan.
Manager, Player and Program Development
Phone: (204) 794-6888