The Atlanta Center Ice 2018-2019 Travel Hockey Final Rosters
- Peewee A
- Bantam A
- U16 A
Travel Hockey Coaching Staff
Bob Blake – Head Coach Peewee
Bob Blake is originally from Wisconsin and has over 30 years of experience as a player and as a coach. Coach Bob has been involved in the Atlanta hockey community since 1998, coaching at the Midget and High School level. Bob worked for the Atlanta Thrashers community coaching staff doing local clinics and camps. His main focus has been for players to set goals, work hard, develop skills, and most importantly have fun. Bob is a USA Hockey level 4 certified coach.
Stephane Normandeau – Head Coach Bantam
Stephane Normandeau, a native of Quebec, Canada, has over 30 years of experience as a player and a coach at all levels of hockey including playing Junior A hockey in Canada and at the college level. While coaching youth hockey, Stephane has taken several teams to the SE District Championship and on to the National Championship Tournament. He was also assistant coach for the University of Georgia for 2013-2014. He is a certified level 4 USA Hockey coach. Stephane has a daughter Alex who enjoys playing Lacrosse.
Brian Daley – Head Coach U16
Brian played Tier I major amateur and junior hockey in Detroit. He was also a member of the USMC select team competing against DI, DII university club teams in SoCal. He has played and coached hockey for more than 30 years. Coach Brian is USA Hockey certified with recognized success at Bantam and Midget, A/AA, and High School programs in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Georgia. His CSHL Midget AA teams were recognized as CSHL Champions, regional Silver Sticks Champions, Ohio SE District Champions, State of Ohio Champion and Mid-Am District Runner-Up at USA Hockey Tier II Nationals. Brian works tirelessly to strengthen his coaching skills and knowledge of the game. He currently works with the Atlanta Gladiators coaching staff in hockey operations and performance analytics, and held a similar position with the Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL, IHL).
He will teach communication, expect commitment and self-discipline, and coaches a puck possession style of game. At 16U, his goal is to continue development of basic hockey skills while he and his coaches teach the concepts of puck support, flow and regroup, and how to recognize and react in game situations. His view of success is when young men on his team move up to the next level with increased maturity, confidence and ability to play this great game…for a lifetime. In the words of Badger Bob Johnson…”It’s A Great Day for Hockey!”